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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i i T r u t I c THE RICHMOND CLIMAX J l 1 VOLUME 36V RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 13 1909 NUMBER 19 11 1 WALL PAPERhe Right Way to get goodwork is your paper from and up to date and get an uplodate paper hanger BROWERS t i FALL90 ThPRJE1See r- f t 1 it rc f C F Brower Go MAIN AND BROADWAY LEXINGTON KY r When in Need of r t Plastering or Concret- eMATERIAL SEE BURNSIDE ROBINSON Office and Warehouse on L N R R PHONE 142 RICHMOND We also handle all kinds of Feed 1 t Lind5Crap i i+++ ++England reports that her potato crop this year is the biggest on re cord A Christian county farmer claims to have 1803 pumpkins on a two acre patch Diirintj the colored fair at Lexington Miss Stokes yearling filly by Peter the Great dam Tulle Thompson trotted a mile in worlds record time of 2191 reducing the yearling filly recordfrom 223 Hog cholera cost farmers of the United States 10000000 annually according to estimates presentedat the closing session of the Interstate Association State Boards of Livestock Commissioners in Chicago Cattle hogs and sheep have com manded high prices dairy and poultry products have brought big returns while the corn hay and tobacco are splendid crops with every indication of renumerative prices prevailing Two boxes of apples selected from an Oregon orchard will 1e sent to President Taft in November They run thirtysix to the bushel and each apple will cost 75 cents The variety is the winter banana Eighty per cent of tie cattle pro ducedin Bourbon have oeen market ed the remainder being bunches of excellent individuals and in prime condition for fancy prices Butcher stuff is commanding good prices and findingready tale The agricultural outlook in Madison is one of much encouragement due to excellent weather conditions and high prices prevailing for almost every prnduot of the farm Farmers are jubilant as a result of the profitable season the loss sustained to the wheat crop being the only disappointment of the year During the year ending June 1909 the horses exported by the United States were 21616 head distributed as follows Great Britian 1267 Bel gium 23 France J7 Germany 81 British North America 17277 Mexico 1619 West Indes and Bermuda 974 Asia 15 other countries 353 Two years ago mule exports were 6781 and horses 33822 Pint 418 W P BAXTER The Government Needs Money There has been no little adyerse criticism by the press of the country on the proposed increase of two cents in the registry fee of letters On this Important subject the Ohio btate Journal says The Post office Department pro posed to Increase the charge for registering letters and packages from eight to ten cents It is claimed that the Government is running behind on the eight cent charge No doubt of that considering the number of graft appropriations Congress is making- In charging two cents additional for insuring the safe transmission of postal parcels we will get mosey to pay for many indispensable things For instance there is that 100000 mimicrywar expense By raising the registry price it will take only 5000000 pieces of registered matter to pay this deficit off Then that 50000 appropriated for a congres sional junket to Europeit will take the revenue from 2500090 parcels to pay that expense Then take Speaker Cannons automobile which a servile Congress paid tor out of the public treasurythe ulitimate comsumer will only have to pay on 200000 mail parcel to liquidate that obligation There are similar cases no doubt all of which go to show that the people must pay this extra two cents for the Govern ment badly needs the money Men past middle life have found comfort and relief in Foley Kidney Remedy especially for enlarged prostate gland which is very common among olderly men L E Morris Dexter Ky writes Up toa ago father suffered from kidneyI 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 Foleya Kidney Remedy and the first bottle relieved him and after taking the second bottle he was no longer troubled with this complaint Sold by Stockton Son olm White Plymouth Rocks For Sale- I have a few nice white Plymouth Rock Pullets and cockrels for sale O D Miller Richmond Ky Ceia Weather Advice to all is to beware of coughs and cold on the chest as neglected they reads ly lead to pneumonia consumption or other pulmonary troubles Just as soon 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 the perMttleA Novel Hat A lending Parisian milliner has just indented a hat which may be adapted for various occasions at will It can be taken to pieces When its remov able brim is packed away under the brow it beeomes a close fitting toque suitable for motoring railway travel ing or for walks jn rough weather If the owner finds herself pneipected ly called upon to appear fn evening dress she has simply to readjust her crown and she is ready for any function demanding the greatest elegance Regulates the bowels promotes easy natural movements cures con stipalion Doans Regnlets Ask your druggists for them 25c a box A New Way to Can Tomatoes Last summer I tried a new method of canning tomatoes and it proved so satisfactory that I want to pass it on Scald and peel the tomatoes as usual Have the cans sterilized place the raw tomatoes in them whole pour in boil ing water to fill the cans so that all the crevices are filled then put on the cover Place the cans in a boiler or large vessel pour in boiling water till It reaches the neck of the can put the lid on the boiler wrap it with a blanket or rug and leave until the water is cold which will be next morning The cans are then ready to put away I did not lose a can out of forty quarts When the cans were opened the tomatoes were whole and firm enough to slice easily Womans Home Companion for September Most women are troubled with Kid ney complaint and you know very many serious and oven fatal diseases result from these neglected Kidney troubles If you will take DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills as directed you may be confident of good results Try them and see how good theyare Beware of imitations pills that are intended to deceive you Be sure you get DeWitts Sold by all druggists olm it t t t ti SITIall Things i t Had it ever occured to you That it fakes everyone of the 360 degress to make a r circle that a wheel is made up of many spokes that a minute will catch an import j ant train that a linger mark will discover a criminal that a two cent stamp will t ccarry a letter five t thousand miles that a smile may brighten a whole lifetime that 99 S cents will not make a dollar BUT that a few cents saved on every purchase ofrx merchandise willmake dollars in a short time They are small thingsbut they count I b I The Hustling Cash Storet dollars We sell for cash and lose hoNot only saves you the cents t but saves you bad debts We are thus enabled to pay cash for all our merchandise and can buy hem for less money and give you a better article for a lower price than our competi t rswh buy and sell on long credits We invite your comparison v t N f I lr i j f 1J i t 1 r j Jr ihli ti c I i a ijiI it t 1l z r 1i ifti t fI 1 r I 4 ie1lj j i j i ro st i i a t 4 C i v q fxi f o j1tJ t tfr i h t t 4 t ifr e iti i 1f j il t I i r Ic t Ii i We Sell t 7 Jn V ir Jf ii 0 ieMayManton ftt i r i iI j 1 i ir Patterns qi t J is l ri Jiit Y 3h JO Each i vICt ty- c 1 i t S i 4 IIt r C tl r i k 1 l Pardon Waits For Man Who Kills Night Rider Governor Willson said Sunday that if any man who kills a night rider wants an executive pardon for that act he can have it It is believed at Frankfort that the attitude of the Governor on the tobacco pool i may cause a failure of that project He saidYou will remember that I have made public addresses to our people asking them to defend their homes and assured them that if they did de fend their homes and were careful not to make a mistake and kill any in nocent person but simply necessary defense of their lives liberty and poperty they would not need any procIlamatlon character and Itis my set purpose to keep the faith under that proclamation If mena interest in a business plan to from a combination to raise the price on their crops which is en tirely proper and wise if lawfully carried on is so great that theywill form a pool that falls into lawlessness why should not selfrespecting free Kentuckiansform a liberty or freedom poola thousand times mote serious and earnest than any paol for money profit and why should they not fight for their liberties when the law behind them and the State government is with them You need not be troubled in any wPywith the stomach if you will Kodol at those times when you feel that you need it Kodol is guaranteed to relieve you If it fails your moneywill be refunded to you by the druggist from whom you purchased it Try it today on this guarantee Sold by all druggist The twentyfive head of Welsh ponies imported to Elmendorr the great farm of James B Haggin arrived Monday morning in good condition and were taken to the stables at once The Welsh pony is considered a much more active and useful animal than the well known Shetland breedand will be quite a novelty in this coun try as few have heen imported The Elmendorf herd will be used for breeding purposes Prompt delivery perfect work reasonable prices The Rich mond Steam Laundry insures all these Phone 52 tf The old stock PhoneWALLfor you n PAPER II FOR YOU AND YOUR WIFM I Acheerful pretty bedroom will help you to start in a cheerful pleasant mood Its a haven of rest for you to come back to at night And all day long it is a pleasure to your wife To make a pretty bedroom it is more important to have s tasteful furniture that harmonizes than furniture that merely t costs a lot A brass bed or a pretty white iron bed W 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 n cretonne a shirtwaist box covered with the same and The cretonne repeated in hangings at the window over white muslin curtains a light colored rug on the ftoorall this does not cost very much if you buy from uxt and makes a pretty room Come in and talk it over Dont forget to get a STEARNS is 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 superior to any i IIfaatsa r s Day Phone 76- Night WSO R Lsh141G1B Undertaking a S i 136 r 229 pecla1tyI t ttr it trittiit itit 6 i tlt y rWeSell f 11 1I May Manton i AI Jxy Patterns t lOc Each I a 1 t What tc 411r SE11 r4 11 Wthatothers are getting 1V 1250 and 1500 forv v We sell the Elite Garment Companys Suits for ladies from 1500 to 2750 others get 2000 tc 4000 XWe are showing the Elite Skirts from 350 to 1250 Vr We are showing a beautiful assortment of those Long Black Coats so lar for ilg 1909 alsorWe sell Faultless Clothes for men and boys Excelled by none for style fitand c workmanship at all prices from 500 to 2000 V i iWe sell The Mayer wehave rrall prices from 25c to 450 A We tell Duttenhofer Shoes for ladies none better lvWe sell 11 Buster Brown Blue Ribbon Shoes for children A We sell the famous JE Tilt Shoes for men and boys You can paymo ert1lil ou Mta cant get a better shoe I fe- I We sell Silks Dress Goods wash Goods Blankets Hosiery Underwear ctct Ictf I everything you want to fit you up from head to foot i ik We save you money on each purchase Rest I Hamilton BrosA fi- i fy t dn J Hn t nn C L Nervous Womenf For nervous tired women we recommend Car dui Cardui is a womans medicine It acts specifi cally on the female organs and has a tonic building- effect on the whole system It contains no harmful ingredients being a pure vegetable extract If you suffer from some form of female trouble get Cardui at once and give it a fair trial TAKE J35 It Will Help You Mrs W W Gardner of Paducah Ky tried Cardui and writes UI think Cardui is just grand I have been usirtr it for eleven years I am 48 years old and feel like a different woman since i nave been taking it I used to suffer from bearing down ains nervousness and sleeplessness but now the pains are all gone and I sleep good I highly recommend Cardur for young and old Try it AT ALL DRUG STORES Ch tTHIS IS THE SEASON FOR 1ies4 Veyeta6ks 5 We have every kind fresh and new t at right prices tVIe receive fresh shipments every day jOur stock ot Staple and Fancy Groceries cannot be equaled SWL12 McKINNEY tt GROCERS cTeleph6ne 223tJ c 1 Its Building Time If 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 Repair work neatly and promptly done First class work guaranteed Get my estimate before carpenterslin JEFF STONERICHMOND KY f k Aiew Quarters z We are established in our new quarters in the t preparedthanyour Hides Furs and Iron Fresh Groceries and Vegetables in se- asonJhurman Grocery ====== CompanyI Furs Hides IronI pay the market price for Eurs Hides Iron Rags Etc If you cannot Bring them write or telephone and I will call M WIDETELEPHONE 803 203 Estill Avenue RICHMOND ICY Going to Use Any umber Sash Doors Laths Paint T Rubber or Felt OQfflgp i PLANS FURNISHED REASONABLE Better come direct to i Todd Lackey Comer Main andOrchard Streets AND GET A SQUARE DEAL Telephone 100 Richmond Ky Rural TelephonesMr Farmer Make your home as modern for your family as a city residence and place yourself JH a position to gel the latest market quotations at any time This can be accomplished by means of our telephone servile which you and your neighbor can get for a sum that is email compared with the bene nlreceived Call or address our nearest office or write direct to headquarters Nashville Tennessee for Information regarding our special Farmers Line rate If at present you are not enjoyipjr telephone service jwmlrnmediately interest you Our lines cover the States ot Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi lipaUiana and the Southern portion of Indiana and Illinois East Tennessee Telephone Gof Incorporated r Ueo MarJschen a Formerly with J B stouffer I Merchant Tailor iijApprtmcnts over J E Sextoa ZlPbenc17- All Kinds t eletllllltB Repnir1tij stIatMIo OrYour Pstreoag Soileli F 1LLJI HJWuIa I T The Richmond Climax fUlIlISIm ffERf EStk t THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO Incorporated A D MILLER Pleat and Mangr LOUIS LANDRA Editor lemb r el PRESS alJ PUBLIStERS lEAGUt cBICE 100 PER YEAR IN ADVAC WEDNESDAY OCT 13 1909 Lost In Richmond bunch o keys with my name on rinf Ha ward for return liTBurnain 98tt WALL PAPER We have added to our busi ness a liue of Wall Paper con sisting of the Latest and Most Up ToDate Patterns from Sets a bolt up We are practical in this line of work and will be pleased to have ypu call and gtjt our prices Estimates furnished for any sort of interior decorations B Juett Son Phone 449 145 First st James Hunley Will buy or sellyour house farm fown lots or anv thing else in the Real Estate line Any business intrusted to him will be promptly and carefully attended to See him if his services are needed HCDOTYSURVEYOR Solicits the Patronage of the Genera Publtc Prices Reasonable See him or write Union City Ky Money to Loan on Good Farm- Lands ITifA Northwestern Mutual Life In surance Co will loan money at 5 per cent interest on good improved farm lauds on Mortgage Apply to J C Chonault Atty BOtf Richmond y For Sale- A No 1 carriage in good condition practically now for sale cheap Also a two seat trap which may likewise be bought at a bargain May be seen at Richmond Motor Plumbing Co tf A C Scanlan 6oIdc Flora The Monumet dealers have added to their business PNEUMATIC TOOL PLANT which will enable them to do better work than ever before rhey have a largeassortment 5f Granite and Marble and invite their friends to call and inspect their stock and work Satisfaction guaran teed Golden Flora With Zarings Patent Flour betterAndEatisfactory results If the girl dopsnj turn out good biscuits bread or cake dont blame Her at once It maybe the flour Order a sack of Zarings Patent today ond note the results Its dollars to donuhnuts she will do better with Zarin s Patent Flour Colds on theChst medicalIname a on thechest He will say Bronchitis Ask him if it is ever serious Lastly askhimU he pre scribes Ayers Cherry Pec Keepiffamily physician 4qer I4 OZ fOrIULI4 tcoho1from We urj you M conult your doctor a bidtastearid fetmtu IMeftijKiaD- dWbftmb 00ItI4 S i hi Yld m bMie0 Apt mil ft IfMtN jmNiii fJtu I- If f S CUSTOMERS want what they want when theflwant jt and when they theyU buy your goods if you let them know a ptketheyADVERTZ4tt Mhanttell the hOI tufa you fcan fill their need nt thm responsive CopjrUbt WB by W N U TFAIilfiOflCllA aH1 f EtflUCHSTER ftOCRIA CCfcRESPONDENCE SOLICITED This matter must not be reprinted with out special permission A CONVINCING DEMONSTRATiON A reader of these uotes lLvtit tte- raysvllle Pa Bends US tt dipping glV lug a brief summary ot the ivotdto spraytng 1 Yet1thet vbCharO bzconducted by tho ttiperinwsnt station at Burtlngtob L during tfi ast dgnteen years The showing is sAcn ttn tcxccttehc rtVe that potato raises will bo glad to hear about it Thor tougU 81 MyIng with the bordeaux mix WKi blue vitriol lime and water made Up In the WV50 recipe twice yielded 7 per cent more nnd spraying three times yielded 141 pet cent more than the unsprayed faurlng the eighteen years that the station has used the bordeaux mixture there has been an average Increase of 02 per cent or 112 bushels per acre The lowest Increase In yield was 2C per cent nnd the highest 215 per cent In seasons when there was much dampness The aHeti experimented with were the White Star Polaris Green Mountain and Delaware nnd these when Unspfayed yielded from W to 2Ct IrtisMs per acre under least nbd uiost favorable condltlonsj Vhile sprayed the returns varied from 133 bushels to 389 bushels per ncrc These figures should be pretendsgatdenA SURE HOG CHOLERA CURE Experiments which have been con ducted by experts Jn animal disease nt the Knusna City stockyards with a view to giving the new serum cure for hog cholera a still further test seem to prove beyond doubt that It Li both effective and reliable At the beginning of the test which extended for thirty days thirtyfive hogs were placed in an isolated pen twentytwo of which were inoculated with scrum four with virulent cholera blood and the nine remaining given no treatment nt alt During the period nil the hogs which were not vaccinated with the scrum died while the twentytwo that had been Inoculated did not contract the disease at all but were alive and healthy at the close In order to give the new cure the severest test the treated hogs jvere subjected to the most aggravated type of exposure hogs that had died of the disease be- Ing left In the pens for periods of two or three days Dr I R Baker chief of the government Inspection depart meat at Kansas City had the work In with0hlsAssistantsport of the experiments to the depart went of agriculture which will In turn give the matter still further publicity SOMETHING TO WORK FOR A scad of young fellows dont fare any lietter than they do In a financial way because they spend every cent they earn just as fast as it comes into their hands The outcome of this is that saving nothing they have nothing ahead toward which to strive nnd naturally feel unprepared to tackle any business proposition requiring capital or 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 alone without any well defined object in life often has spells when his questions whether the mer feeding and clothing of himself is real ly worth while and in too many cases his 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 some def mite purpose perhaps the starting of a home or the helping of some friend or relative In need Is a boon which thousands of young fellows ought to avail themselves of The start maybe hard but the rest Is easy The see ond hundred dollars Is often easier saved than the first ten THE NEED OF SHADE During the hot weather of July and August this yoar there appeared iu Bomcof the central western states account of cattle in pasture being hilled by the Intense heat ln 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 while1 In another some fifteen perished the animals when found be ing piled up one upon another in an effort to reach a mere patch of shade hardly sufficient lor a single animal Losses of tilts type would seem to sug gest the wisdom of providing shade of some kind in the pasture lot so that on especially hot days the stock may find refreshing shelter there Where a grove is not available shelters of some kind should bt erected which may be left open oa two or three sides so as to permit of a good iirculatlou Of airs This Item Is too late to help outany this year but It may servo ash j remlndtrfor next WeddingTen Years Hence Hereis the way tae papers will write up weddings Ten years hence The bride looked very welL Ba raveling dress but all eyes were cen IJarlsuland In his dainty gloved hllQls Jle car tied a Btnall rose His hair wa beautifully do eNpuda delicate odor of lair oil of the bfst quality floated dowrr the aieUr az be pMpeuV the yoHUg pwte will wise biui now that h fotn riiedHeis loved by all for hk natty acoomplistments hk waysThbrkWocinmids beofc k pmMd the KNoW will mhi ooiMoitbfhMNriwt wfehk h b wtNitea d A wtwti a tftf MlIls um Iii DONTWAIT w YOU ONLY KNEW HOW SCOITSFMIUSION would buiJdyou faefeM Wweight ctreagthea your weak- ikGat aid c1 put you ia Cadtttoa for Bed winter you would begin talny it sow Take It little cold milk or water SOC aad 100 AU IsIs It Is usually the tabby eats that ftff most often found kicking around Un ticr ohtfs feet which are the poorest mouscrs nnd of least account It requires from four and onfequar ter to tour nnd onehalf bushels ot wheat to make a barrel tit floUr while a barrel of nom will make about 2SO otic poUnd loaves of bread A sick nnlmal on the farm should lie Isolated at on This not otily makSs It possible lo give the special cafe needed butili lessen thC likelihood bf a spread of the trouble provided It should prove cataglouS WerejFederal authorities for the purpose of preventing what Is styled as the lip and leg disease among sheep an nIl ment somewhat similar to the foot and mouth disease In cattle There Is one present day fad which has a deal of common sense to bath it and that lit the rapidly Increasing tend ency of people In cities and sinaller towns And Jfl Sdttie fcdseS the countFy ot sleeping in tents on their porches bf In their bckah15 Jt has healthful tttiInItUditm Thtt gtaVe Poultry association bf Connecticut has brought pressure to bear oh the members of tile state leg- islatUre find secured the passagfe of a gdformust be pldccd in each receptacle con taining eggs stating whether they are fresh or cold storage A good square look at a piece of meat reeking with tuberculosis germs and the exhibit Is being made frequently these days Is calculated to make the consumer of meat and tnllk products thankful that EOUJB bhe In thd past decade had patriotic conccfii enough for the public health to assist In giving this dread flldgue Its present publicity A Pennsylvania farmer we heard of the other day very effectively solved the problem of loosening up the clay hardpan soil of a long cropped field by sowing the field in the spring with seed of the long horn turnip and plow UNtIllcthe turnip had pciletratbd the hard soil to U foot of more and when the roots decayed the field was very effectively perforated making possible a ready circulation of air and moisture Al falfa performs a similar service Iu loosening the soil but the turnips get action in a much shorter time With the long winter evenings ap preaching plans for a systematic course ot reading or study would be an excellent thing for the ambitious boy or girl who way not have all the advantages be or she desires A bright young person could outline n very sat- Isfactory course for himself which if followed ollteot1scl utIO Sly vould be ot great Value to him while to him who biay have a trifle more spare time excellent courses of correspondence In special and even collegiate courses are offeicd by schools and universities of high standing More than one earnest young student has acquired the major part of a college education in this way rhe chief requirements are Industry patience and perseverance While It Is true that a tract set apart as an orchard should not be turned Into a hog lot It Is nevertheless worth remembering that it is a real benefit to the trees and results In fruit that Is tree from worms Ira drove of hogs can be given the range of the orchard for three or four hours n day from the time when the windfall apples begin to litter the ground These drops are usually wormy nrid the worms are destroyed when the apples are con sumed When the drops reach a mer charitable size the hogs may be kept out of the orchard until after harvest when there will be considerable more stuff they wilt clean up Besides cleaning up the apples and destroying a lot of worms they will also devour a good many grubs and insects of one kind and anotherJA plain spoken friend of the writer In referring to the practice of those or a rural party telephone line In taking down their receivers and listening to conversations when their neighbor ring sounded dubbed it as harktn on the line Not Infrequently a telephone patron will not hear a call distinctly and will thus unwittingly overhear a conversation that does not concern him There Is excuse for this but mighty little for tlc practice which prevails in some sections where from two to halt a dozen receivers are taken down every time a ring is given for some other patron on the line Those who have got the habit of harkln on the line probably have given the prac tice little scrutiny but in the last anal ysls It is akin to sidling up to two peo pIe engaged In private conversation on the street for the purpose of overt hearing what they may have to say or secreting oneself behind a door or un der a window to hear conversations not concerning him in the Irast It makes matters no bEtter that the offender cannot be detected but rather the more dlrgustlnp and small Where It develops into a habit it U an abject admission of Insufficiency und poverty of both character nnd experience aS welf us prima fade evidence of mor 3id curiosity and poor breeding YOU ARE READING THIS AD OTHERS WILL READ YOURS lrs U MOST everybody reads the Theyfurnisbman in town ad on the fens as the personals and he more f Peter SBjkh4wifc w nsaa what SrrJth w ty the paper that Joae it Md tog lIaat so much Joka sons Mote ad ifaMMii from tbe jwper Johnson trying A nonMvrtjiing pay DalLTJaesJdis r s JIIII Wilt ftti irkai AnmI aid Mtlnet It Is a mistake to imagine that aol Bials are prevented by Instinct from aUng Injurious food A chicken will drink paint a cow partakes of water In which noxious ctemlcals have ben washed ducks cheerfully swallow shrills and choke themselves In the process No animals like children need watching Recently numerous cases of poison ing In ducks which followed the con sumption of cabbage leaves hate at tracted much ni elltloa A few hours afltr finding poisoning has manifest ttl itself by loss of appetite great weakness tottering steps and some times death from time immemorial ducks have thrived on cabbage leaves The poultry farmers were gredtly puz zledThen It was discovered that various caterpillars wcfe concealed itt tile cab bage Jeaves hence these tears But the point Is that tot from Instinctive ly detecting any danger and behaving accordingly the ducks consumed great quantities bt the leaves With much ap parent rtVlshLobdoh Answers Pieasurejirtd Sacrifice An aVeyearoId was visit ifea tlty park with her mother for Uie first time She had noticed the beautiful red and white swan boats as they passed through In the morning and her mother had promised they should come back after the shopping was done nnd have a ride Shortly after dinner they stood on the bridge over the lagoon watching the boats below and listening to the cry of thin barker as he tried to induce the passing cfowds to patronize his swab boats lint when lie r mother started toWafd tht 1 oat landing little felsle declared Very Vigorously that she did Hot want to go at nil dudits hot1 niolher Urge hdr broke forth til leflrs This liu den fear wag so different fMu her former ertgertiess that her iioihei could not understand it Until she noticed the boatmahs till Ito was cryliig donie nlorig Come dloiigi tilde clear foUnt tht bobd bblV Jt bellls tor ladles and gents Children thrown Inl Apples as Omens In parts of England many quaint su perstitions still center round the apple Apples hung on strings and twirled before the tire are said to fall off In the order that the marriages of the vari ous owners will proceed An apple eaten before a looking glass is sup posed to give It View of the Inquirers future husband wile Vlll be Bedtt peep Ing over Inilaflys sliolildeF 1pel safely tiikfett frdnl ah apple tossed three times round the head and thrown to the ground unbroken forms the first letter of a future lovers name A more recent though hardly more seri ous custom necessitates n bow of wa jer In which are floating a number of apples Mothers must drop forks into the bowl from a distance of about four fwr If the fork pierces du dpplethe rpjlV Is believed to protect the perforur bt8 children from catching cold Lon lioU Scraps Early English Scare In 1370 a report was circulated that Vrrtalp galleys with a multitude of armed men thenIll were lying off the foreland of Thantt and nb order was fit tiUcO Issued that every night watch shall bO kept between the rower of Lotion nnd Billingsgate with forty men at arms and sixty archers The watch was kept In the following or der Tuesday the drapers and the tailors Wednesday tile mercers and the apothecaries Thursday the fish mongers nnd the butchers 1rldity the pewterers and the Vintners ftUUrdily the goldsmiths and the saddlers sun- day the Ironmongers the armorers and the cutlecs Monday the tawers the spurriers the bowycrs and the glr fliers Even In 1G1C pirate vessels were caplured off the Kentish coast between Broadstalrs and Margate rondon Chronicle I The Label Language Theres a Jauguage In hotel labels the same as in stamps or flowers said a courier All over Europe the hotel porters paste the hotel labels on your trunks Jn such a wnyttuitthe porters In future towns will know what sort of a tipper you are Up at the top of the trunk the label means you are generous In the mid die it menus your a middling sort Down very low It means you are no oodi Willing to Help Jta what are the folks In our church gpttln up n subscription feri To send our minister on a vacation to Europe Wont there be no church services while hes goner Xo dear Ma I got SI23 In my bank Can I give that CIeveland Leader Franklin end the Balloon When the balloon was first discov ered some one said to Franklin What will ever come of it Franklin point ed to n baby In Its cradle and said And what will ever come of that A Truthful Sign Mr LongearBy the way did you ever know that large ears are a sign of generosity Miss Bcdutl of course Mr Longear They are a sign that nature has been generous The Spelling Class Teacher Spell coincidence Willie WlllleI cant spelt Jt but I can Itll what It means UVacher Vell then what does it mean Willie Twins Judge He who relies IIn posterity to do him justice wilt not feel the pain of disap polntmentPuck The7 Wire Worms The wire worm iffeeltinjj to ba tbe worst insect pest in the whole State ot Soiuli Carolina asserted n native of that State lecently Close to Charles ton theatre worm has absolutely destroyed an area oi farm crops 20 miles long nnd 25 miles wide Many farms h ve been abandoned and tbe pest IP gpr3vdinp too and unless some menus are found to check its ravages ifsven tully may spread over the whole State For tile past two years the govern moot experts have been downtbereIstudying the pest but Rre s toward exterminating the worm has been made The wire worm knows no discrimi nation destroying the crops Usually lie begins on the grass and niter that is destroyed he starts on the earn and cotton After finishing those he eats up everything that is left census ClerkA- nnouncement JIM beenmade by the Census Bureau of its piB for the examination and the erapoynveiu of 3000 extra clerks to assist in eompiliBg the next census TheM el rke will i Reive a salary of float i860 ta fiQ A yrabdbeintbeservke of the JG v iromentabout one year Under the- cailsu Law the applicants must iMe the examiriatioa in their Mrtiv Sinte and will noib Y ib to MJ nttMi branch of th 1erke4Th jfezilaiM Lion iMlitd jo17 the tIsMstrb- tenob ad thiibi ia bit HUitt ft 1pbsIII An lnipstJonI Remedy Free people who are otherwise healthy suffer rom indigestion or dyspepsia When you consider that the stomach and allied digestive organs ate the most important organs of the body it would seem that a dis order there is to be taken vcry ser busty thl7UkeoqeDthealong and the stools are forced and Indtgestlolgomines your health It is good advice tc suggest to you that you go to your drug gIst and get a bottle of Dr Caldwellt SyrUp the wonderful cure for- Stdtnar11Iiyez ijnd troubles That What C t or Carson City Mlch Id mid he Is well today Others did thb same and ate cured are Ida A For Grand Junction Term B F fjl1ot lilor Shenandoah la who ae that it saved his tiCs Xou can obtain a eocent or Jl bottle of the drb st and taken according to dl tcLIons 1t Wili pr ibably be all you need l grjpesrldexceptional tonic properties which tone the stomach and that Is what is es- peciallY needed In indigestion All sufferers from indigestion who have never used Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin can obtain a free test bottle by writing the doctor It will be sent direct to YOUI home without any charge In this way thousands have to their own sat isfaction Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin it the very remedy they needed to cure indigestion When once you use this grand remedy you will throw violent cathartics tablets Salts etc away If there Is anything about your aliment that you dont Understand or if you want any rnefllaU advice write to the dofitbfi and he will answer yoU fully There la no fchdfge for this service the address is Dr W B daldwell too Caldwell bldg Montlcello IIL ISTOCKTUN HAGAN Democratic Ticket FOR Circuit Julge1 M Denton Coniniomvh AttyB A Crutcher Circuit Clcrknn Roy C White pfeprcstntatlve L Itcrrlncton County Judcc W R Shnckelford County Attorney nu 0 P Jackson County Clerk RETerrlIlJr Shcriffm D A NcCord AssessorShelby I Taylor School SUltm John Xoland J nUcrnN n Jon- esSuneorooJ WMoores Coroner Geo W Samuels FOR MAGISTRATE AND CONSTABLE Richmond No 1 Magistrate 00001 D Dykes Constable uL M Scrivnei Richmond No2 lall8tratcuH C Rice Foitown Xo 3 fn trnieuGonlon Burcin Constabllu iLDavId Cobb Union No t lInclSttaUuHackett Constable EnosThoxno- sEIIlsYatesNo5 MagIstrate LA Hunter Constable Robt Wcbb Xirksville No- 7MagistrateJoseph T Lone ConstableuuuFrank Tusscy Million No 8 IaglstrnteJAYoungConstable City Ticket FOR Nayor5 Saui Rice PoIIceJudgeJobnJGreenleatCity Chief of Police lJamea II Allnian City Councilmen T T Covincton Emil Lorisch JohnESexton Taltou Todd Jeff Stone Everett Berry They Know a rhing or F w t Thee was a couple whji luo vu children a boy nl 1C iiii a un I 14 Aront that time of life kttoth tin ctiine itlonc With witt pru islin bn commonly found ttif ptireiim he lt1 pa ia tit hiulij noi l4JW u rln u condition of their nnnlier or the i pendin event atidwhen tit lute i pnuichet the girl it t Sriit u Vi tion tnBiiraj rfilativeb in iuoth i r At IHH llitw eii ev Mil t ce tile Iiilitr rauir iiut x t JolllltlV h1 1vU Of 11 er I he boi tani uotluujr father eat ilovrirat his desk and in r tow moments handed the boy a tele gram Take that to the elejrrapl ifllre he sajdauid send it to stot i Here is a dollar to pay the chargMs The boy cam back af er a whhIII handed lila father i be change Wb said the faiiiei that elegrmi mote than 85 cents didnt n 1 ij yts the boy replied the one yon wrote would nave cost more I Fiat one of my ownhYou did thefatbei said and what did you 81 Oh tht lad replied Just iied sister nil its a toy- Resumed Business Having been out of the paintjn and paper bnsincssfor about four years have decided to again resume this clost of work and use this method to ash a share of yrur patronage guaranteeing first class work in every respeo Tte people cf Richmond and Madisui county are lamiliar with my worl such ns paper hanging painting vi nisliing etc I shall take great pleasu in making estimates on any vorl you may desire ill this line no matte how small the job eep splendil lin of wall paper from which to select Thanking you for past favors liD earnestly Boliciftnj a share of you future business I am Respecttill j W L Leeds 141 Second St tf Kichmont y Itcb cured inSO minutea by Wool fords Sanitary Lotion Never tails Sold by Perry Thomas Druggists oOCoi Stray Calf I Came to my place oa Curtis piki about Sept 1 Weighs about 60 pounds Owner can have same b proving property and raying charges JF Gott Richmond 2 Jennets For Salt JI bay fer 8Ve flli or five Jennets atiM fre B erie Jto eight y rold Yes rtkulars call on er addrew IHll rd Brrynan R F D 3 9C4t IticlitroodX- 3Stry Steer Btdtw with wWti faeewll weigh i boat 800 poMidf COM to my Lai tfJLy J Owet ca 1I 8y UNoOIJriwirtd pplbI1sl- i A I It Vt1l1I I- I1 h R 1riiiiI VI t i I PoI Hrj The SMnTHH 9NDAt p f Y TRUSS HOLDS We make a Specialty of Trusses Perry and Thomas 1 Women Suffer Agonies KidneysAndReal Cause of their Condition t These poor suffering women fcavo been led to believe that their misery of mind and body Is entire ly duO to ills of their sex Usually the kidneys and bladder aro re sponsible or largely so And In such cases the kidneys and bind der are the organs that need and must have attention Those torturing enervating sick headaches dragging pains In back groin and limbs bloating and swell Ing of the extremities extreme nervousness or hysteria listless ness and constant tired wornout feeling are almost certain symptoms of disordered and diseased kidneys bladder and liver DeWItts Kidney and Bladder C1esbeenbeneficial in all such conditions of female organism affording the most prompt relief and permanent benefitAs Illustration of what these Pills will do Mrs P Jf Bray of Columbus Ga writes that she was T ry with kidney trouble and that she is now well and that these Pills are what cured her They are very pleasant to take anydeleteriousas syrupy alcoholic liquid prep Sale by Druggits I It is always cheapest in the long fun to get the best We do the very best Concrete Work Give us your order and you will be well picas dandt oro y satisfied ft K Stone Bhone 432 1If you are going to sellout and want bruJOwill they are worth get J W Shearer White Half Kyx to conduct your His charges arereasonable Billious Feel heavy after thinner roiiEUB coated Biitrr tusti i Com plexion sttcw Liver needs waking up Doans Uegulets cure billions attacks 253 at any drugstore a IN ANY- kPOST1ON Fitting rations are apt to do E C DeWltt C Co Chicago want every man and woman have the least suspicion that miare afflicted with kidney and der diseases to at once write and a trial box of these Pills will be sent free by return mall post paid Do It today For All sale IHrHis rs gentle safe easy pleasant little pills DeWitts Carboized Witch Hazel Salve is unequalled for anything where a ill is needed anti is especially god for Piles Sold byall druggists olin New Method Teeth Ext without PAIN Dr Hobson Richmond Ky W Ii Bolton General Blacksmith Carriage and Buggy Painting Special Attention t- oIepairing i Buggies Wagons and J Farm Machinery t 1 We Put On The Best Rubber Tires Made Our Facilities F01tFimdwi Are Unsurpassed Shop at Ky Carriage Works Water Street Fie d Garden I ISEEDI I I S I I Wehave just received J large shipmentif I Fieldand Garden Seedand invite those rI who are contemplating sowing grass to I Icalland examine our line and get prices t making a purchase Our line ofIStaple and FancyS GROCERIESSwas nover more now j I I I I Tat e andSo n1I I Telephone 35 J pSFowejFurnished designs fot Funerals and Weddings 1rma J PPa u J T1ction1 JTHE r RICHMOND CLIMAX Section 1- I UME 36 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 13 1909 NUMBER 19 II kIdI H I H D I5H- SPOT CASH ii FITRNITIRE SALE r t L ii oiC tt J r 1Frday October 15j I Ending Saturday October 30 we will give cut prices on all Parlor Suites Davenports Book Cases Bedroom Suites Folding Beds DressingI Tables China Cabinets Side Boards Buffets Dining Tables Hall Racks Druggets Mattingand many other things too numerous to mention f Dont overlook the fact that we carry the largest and most complete stock of Furniture in this city This is a golden opportunity for young 1 people who intend to go to housekeeping and every housekeeper boarding house and hotel keepers will find this an excellent opportunity to supply t their wants in this line This is no odds and ends sale It includes goods of style and quality Come expecting to see the grandest fur niture values ever offered in this city and you will not be disappointed at of a afr at at at at A r i or AJII Zl I Bed Room Furniture Bedroom Suites reg price 5125 Sale Price 95 00 Bedroom Suites reg price 9500Sale Price 75 00 Bedroom Suites reg price 6500 Sale Price 39 00 Bedroom Suites reg price 3r 00 Sale Price 2500 Bedroom Suites reg price 3000Sale Price 22 50 Bedrdbm Suites reg price 2750 Sale Price 16 75 BRASS BEDS Brass Beds reg pricewo000Sale Price S35 00 Price 19 00 price3000SaleBrass Beds reg 2500 Sale Price 16 75 Brass Beds reg price IRON BEDS Beds 2250 Sale Price 15 00 Iron re g price Price 9 75 price1500SaleIron Beds reg Price 6 95 Iron Beds reg price1000Sale 300 Sale Price 1 45 Iron Beds reg price Just Received a New Line of Parlor Suites HParlorSuites5000 SalePrice ti 35 00 Parlos Suites genuine leatber regular price 45 00 Sale Price 32 50 Parlor Suites genuine leather regular price 3000 Sale Price 19 00 Parlor Suites chase leather regular price 2850 Sale Price 17 7fc u1 Wardrobes Wardrobesgoodbeveled mirror oak regular price 3750 Sale Price 27 50 Wardrobe oak good glass regular price 2500 Sale Price 17 50 Wardrobes oak regular price 2000 Sale Price 15 75 Wardrobes oak regular price 1000 and 1250 Sale Price 7 75 Rook Cases Combination Book Case regular price 1500 Sale Price 9 95 Combination Book Case reg price 1200 8 45 Regular Book Case reg price 2250 Sale Price 16 95 Regular Book Case reg price 1800 Sale Price 13 75 Regular Book Case regular price 1000 and 1200 SalePrice 795 Rocking Chairs 1 We haye a hundred different styles and patterns in Willow Oak Mahogany and Early English Rocking Chairsand have cut the price to suit everyone If you want to rock cheap now is your chance GoCarts We willsell all GoCarts regard less of cost Side Boards Side Boards oak neat beveled mirror regular price 1800 Sale Price 12 50 Side Board best seasoned oak good mirror regular price 2500 Sale Price 17 75 Side Board handsome plate mirror regular Price 3500Sale Price 23 50 Side Board fine golden oak regular price 4000 27 50 Side Board oak newest effect of the season regular price 5000 Sale Price 37 50 HallRacksHall Racks regular price 3500 Sale Price 25 00 Hall Racks regular price 3000 Sale Price 21 50 Hall Racks regular price 2500 Sale Price 17 75 Hall Racks regular price 2000 Sale Price 14 75 Hall Racks regular price 1600 Salt Price 9 95 Hall Racks regular price 1000Sale Price 6 Q5 r TH- EEnglander rl i Couch BedsT- here is always a time when you need an extra bed and if you havent spare room in the houseaI what are you goingto do The Englander Couch Bed solves the problem In it you have a couch and a bed One motion and is opened for a bed the upholstering is put out of the way and it is ready to sleep on An all steel frame springs and mattressCall Get Sale Prices f wqww f DRUGGETS Druggets 9x12 S185ac 2250 Sale Price 1675 is u 1500 Sale Price 9 95 850 Sale pence 585 1 COMFORTS Comforts regular price 250 Sale Price 51 76 Comforts regular price 200 Sale Price 1 45 Comforts 175Sa1ae Price 125eComforts regular price 125 Sale Price 85 H l LlT IIL t Don tforget the Date of Sale Be among the early birds and get first choice If you do not take advantage of this sale you will miss many ba = gains Positively Nothing Charged at Sale Prices t OhIh mLaekoy t- a t c t r J CORNER 2ND AND IRVINE STREETS RICHMOND KENTtJCKli r t o V UiV n rV i v 1 JIi =a t1IJI c fir JFE LI r rc0 a0 1 IFaded Print Spring L ugsIandIasIsortment ever brought Ito this I city See them before you pur I chaset t BENNETT and HIGGINS Furniture and Undertaking- i StreetI j1THINK ABOUT I IrCII 0 t A I L AN yen affjrd to delay matters F what avail is procasti nation T bestlu a tew weeks prices will be higher ET us therefore haveIyour order now GET IN YOUR COAL NOW We Deliver Quickly Telephone HO Rex Red Ash Jellico We have the exclusive sale A trial order will convince you that oura is a little better than you have been getting elsewhere and our prices are no higher possibly less Full Weight or Coal Forfeited iiB II Luxon Bro Piggs Pure Apple Vinegar si 2m First class kindling for sale Richmond Cooperage Co 921 tf Three rooms over Singer Sewing Machine office on Second street apply this office tf The Richmond Steam Laundry at your service Call or ring 52 For Sale Radiant House Heater good as new tf Roy C White For Sale Swiuiintt desk stand for typewriter lvt Complete This office 4 Farm Wanted ill rAnt farm of about 100 to 200 screa for year 1010 L CEpperson 2t Richmond Estray Steers Two rd steers weight about one t onennd pounds each came to my law some time ngo and have since Itea cared fur byrne Osrnercan have Rhino by pacing charges Also lost in Richmond court day two heifersred and black weight about 600 pound each 4t G W Deatberage Notice To Contractors Rids for buildinr the addition to the Pat tin A Clay Infirmary will be receiv ed until 0 octoco r M October 151900 Jlans and opeciflcationR may be seen ht the pot olfico Right reserved to re jct any and all bid- sRedistricting Commission alv Willson has requested Judge AX Huiiphrey Col Andrew Cowan nr Louisville 0 II Waddle Somenjet t IeT L E lenlen Frankfort John Allen Lexington John Hager Ashland L J iwfird Newport JerrA Sullivan Richmond and O U McElroy BowlI iiuireen to act as a commission to ppIro a redlstrictinjr bill to be subI m ttfd to the next legislature Humnhrey is namnd nichairmao FarleyMarch Milliqurg Very Latest Styles I have just returned from the cities with an elegant line of- Embroideries Stamping Patterns Etc and invite the ladies to call and see them All newest creatiOnsafl d beautiiil in design AtMrs7cth EdCorneIistD SttMt Li r j J Around Town + +Pure apple vinegar at Jas B Parks 146 First St tf Circuit court is drawing a big crowd to town this week Many will go to Cincinnati on the last excursion next Sunday j RJi McKee bought of Mrs Stanton Hume the dwelling adjoining the Catholic parsonage price 3000 The high fire tower will be a good place for Allen Zarring and Tutt Bur nam to hang up their socks Christmas The concrete pavements continue to- go down Nothing gives better evi dence of a towns prosperity and pro gressiveness Rhoda Jane Hill and Ellark Cleve land Kelly were married at the court house Thursday by Squire J A young The price of holtS continues to climb baconithis winter The small boy reports the wanut largeProudstained hands The Lexington trots have drawn many Madison county people this week The exhibitions have been above the average so we are toldTA box supper will be civen at Con cord school house Friday night Pro buildingCome Any lady will be fortunate who se cures a sample box of The Thomas Mig Cos goods They are very lineFWe have seen the goods itsTodd Stagner contractors have contract for erection of a tenroom dwelling for Mrs Ida Hugeley and have commenced work on another welling for N V White W C Fielder and familyof this city has moved to Kansas City where be will make his home He is a fine mechanic and his friends wish him well in his ne v home Mr and Mrs Bassett Millard Managers of the Singin Sknle Beginment arrived Monday and the rehearsals will proceed rapidly this week The cast is composed of the very best local talent and the performance promises to be the event of the season Remember the Institute itstituteand 30th and be certain to attend As stated in last issue of The Climax prominent speakers will be on hand and much rood is sure to result Remember thedates and be there Doing Well In South In renewing his subscription to The Climax Key Geo W Shepherd formerly of this city writes that he has a fine church in Lakeland Florida which is increasing III membership and doing much good They gave 10QO Sunday for missions and have had thirtynine additions sinco he took charge in Ma- yRichmond Physician Honored The Kentucky State Medical Association will meet in Louisville Oct 1921 and will be attended by prominent physicians from not only Kentucky but other stales will be represented Pr C H Vaught of this city is on pro gram to take part in one of the leading discussions an honor much appreciat led by his many friends A Noble Husband IParis News Owing her improved to the bravery of her hUs- band June Jett who allowed skin tc be taken from his arm to be grafted on the burns of Mrs Jets of Jackson who was terribly burned about the face and body last winter at the home of her lather Mrs Jett has returned home from St Joseph hospital where she bad been ior several months Mrs Jett will soon be enti ely recovered Several squares of skin were removed from the husbands arm by the sur geons and applied to the burns The New Democratic Creed lyiElection of United States Senators by direct vote of tile people Taxation of corporations by States alone IaGlve up the PhiHplaea and taper Primary and ballot reform Home rale and local self govermen Opposition to extension of Federal power at expense of States i XiKid governmHra1 eooay E4erc met of smtitrwft kwt 2o iaterfereaee wHk individual lib ertf Skeoluthnw tttf la t PiO tJC I 2 i fK r U 1J NewFall WinterSuits THE STORE FOR r 9 Interest Increasing Since the summer has gone attendance at the Elks lodge is increasing nd much interest is manifested here is something doing every Friday n a pttendFire At Ball Park prettFballMonday Workmen are covering the ences with tar to protect it and in ome manner this tar became ignight ed setting fire to the fence A quick run by the department was made but the thames were extinguished before any damage was done Daily Rehearsals theSingingSchool next Tuesday night are rehearsing every night and a good show is prouiised The instructors arrived Monday and have personal charge of die rehearsale Thisentertainment is fur benefit of the Episcopal church and will be given by prominent local people A good show is promised Rich Man To JailcIn an effort to break up the carrying of concealed deadly weapons Goy Willson refused to pardon the jail son tences imposed upon several prominent men who must now go to jail In the case of Roger Hoffman of Bourbon county convicted of carrying concealed a deadly weapon and sentenced to pay a fine of 50 and serve 10 days in jail the Governor says This is an appli cation for the pardon of the jail sentence of a man of prominence Ten Jays for carrying a pistol il enforced will do more to StOp the practice aud save life and sorrow which the habit entails than a dozen jailings of men not well known The law makes no exceptions lam really sorry that it- si my duty Much New Paving Upon invitation of Mayor Woods The Climax man took a stroll over tbe city Sunday to look at the many new cement pavements being put down Important work is being done on near ly every street in the city which is evidence of public spiritedness commendable indeed As a rule the paving is of the very best quality and workmanship thoug in a few places it is rather thin To lay this work thin is both waste of time and material for it soon cracks and comes to pieces When propeily constructed it will last a lifetime and it is econonj to have the very best made Richmond will soon have more concrete walks than any city in Central Kentucky and our people should feel very proud of this fact Circuit Court Circuit court has been in session sinco our last issue and quite it lot of business disposed of Judge Benton who is always exceedingly kind to litigants and attorneys keeps the wheels ofjuctice turning rapidly and will not hear to the delay and parley in kUlotime lie is a splendid judge and a gentleman in whose presence it is a pleasure to be The civil business or the criminal docket either for that matter is small which speaks volBBsns of good for our county The criminal cases are small in nature aveIdispute with shooting irons in fact keep put of trouble A umber of eommon atItelltJOtt GraadjtHij U examining m t iDla1JjI lU power DlIPi i r The Top 0 Th World This popular attraction will appear at the Lexington opera house next F m Catineeperformance Drawing Big Crowds spicturehowsdrawing crowded houses The pictures are changed nightly tbe vaudeville n t ThursdayightSmith are tim feature Tonight last time Quinn Bros and tbe original bight730Lively Fight OnaThe Popular Girl inaugu rated by The Climax Is moving off with a rush that promises to be the greatest in tbe history of newspaper work in Central Kentucky Last week a special prize was offered to the girl bringing in f10 worth of sub sciptions and several of the handsome jewel boxes were given to sue- esafut young ladies For several reasons the vote will not be publish e wpianosilland one for the town These instru ments have been ordered sent to us and will be on exhibition in one of the store windows within a short time They are good pianos as fine- sa can be found in home and f bortunatelady who gets one of thembMeeting of Ladies All ladies interested in charily work in Richmond are earnestly reo quested to meet at Elks Club Rooms next Thursday afternoon Oct 14 at 230 oclock This meeting is for the purpose of forming a permanent organization to handle this important and noble work during the winter and it is hoped all interested will attend Such an organization would prove of great benefit As it is peo ple asking alms go to leaders of all organizationinBv having an organization irrespec tire cf church denomination a record of those rcciving help could be kept and much trouble avoided That the poor must be lookedafter there Is no denying so why not go about the work in a systematic and bettei way Remember date of the meetiug ladles and be there Democrats Get Busy- A meeting of the Democratic county committee was held Satnrdsy and a lot of business attended to The com mittee was well pleased with the out look ia the county However the mem gfightprecinct The committee realizes that the enamy is making a etjll haut and that our friends the tads will bur watching As baa been stated In The Climax itis important to the taxpayer that every Democrat go totlla pells and vote as by so doing it iawree jood government of our county bwiaeee and an honest economical adaiietrtton Everybody realize the felly at placing the business of the eottaiy m ineempeteat and extravagant 4e but atileee the Democrats go the pelk and vote this will be done The Meeting Saturday WM attended by a large number of taxpayew awl property owners of the county adshe Mthneiaum displayed gave evi dence that the Democrat laB Y wasied to the Importoaee of niUinn boeyvaod from now Qbtil tbe ales of tbe paUl wiH vwrk ikt traliw ter Ow UIi i c j t The 66 Kenton Makej Select Yours Early Before the Best j Are Sold As sure as fate early buyers get the prettiest Suits they skim the cream and let the other fellows have whats left Our stock is now at its bestour tables piled high with the seasons choicest fabrics and newest stlyes Now is the time to buy if you would choose to best advantage Quality guaranteed in every suit and prices reasonable 1000 1250 1500 1800 2000 2250 2500 NewHanan and WalkOver Shoes New Fall Overcoas New f t i Hats Shirts Ties Etc One Price to all COVINCTON BANKSQUALITY Corn Exhibit Turley Evans Agents for the Farm Department of the Home Insurance o of New York hereby offer a premium of 5 for the best one dozen ears of white corn and also a premium of 250 for the best dozen ears of yellow or red corn This corn ia to be tied together and left at the State Bink and Trust Co before December lilt 1909 All corn exhibited to remain tbe property of said Turley Evans The exhibits will be remembered and the name of the exhibitor will not be known to the j u d g e until the premium is awarded The judges will e Joe Colling end Judge E 0 Million ho upon disagreeing may pick a third to decide The premiums will be- warded December court 4t Where the Money Goes If one will only make a few trips to the L N station and see the number of good ladies climbing off the in coming trains loaded down with big bundles he will readily understand why our home merchants sometimes complain about dull business The Climax man was at the local station a few nights ago and estimated that about 25 ladias got off the 720 train and each had large bundles of goods and hat boxes Had the money spent by that one delegation been spent with Richmond merchants it would hareDbeen a gieat help to the home men to say nothing of the fact that the coin would have been left here where bus- andorbrother would have had an- therchanca at it All this talk about eing unable to find what they want in Richmond mere bosh people aim ply think it sounds bigger to sty they bought a dress or hat in Cincinnati If Richmond is good enough to make your money in it certainly is good enjngh to spend it in so think about t ehisstrangers Association Association of Public School People At Rnnyon Grove Saturday Oct 16th 1909 10 a mDevotional Exercises 1015 Welcome AddressM i s s Jennie B Evans RespnseMr Frank V A11In 1030 Relation of Parent to Teacher Mrs Mary Hayden Misses Lena Hart Hallle Boudinot 1100 How soon and why should Agriculture be taught In the Public SchoolsMessrs B F Edwards Allln Davis Oliver Brooks and Robert Stockton 1115 Sanitary Condition of the Rural scholMIs8es Olantha Bress ler Dorcas Francis and Martha J Hubbard 1130 AddressProf E P kelley 1200 Dinner OB the ground 115 How Secare a iongertor for the Country Sckek4sMis es Maude Spainbower Maude Bailey and Rebecca UwarilgI130 Oppor D1Powe1J200 The AdvaatBges ol the New County Sebool District Law Mrs MH Berry Misses Mary Bash Myrtl IMtM Mary Harris aad W I Edwards 23OAddreasProf JL Gao Payae- Tbore will be some time gIven to general dlscuMio of tbe topes BMHI tioaed above aaeV all tMberiecbool patroas tnuUet aadpeno iatereet Mli Public Sebool work aw iBtlted to take part in thaee 4iad uioB Robert Stockton Wa PreeWent MlM VMKW WlpMi 9mtffi u ii The Juries p thresentWL Arnold Foreman H F Barka er S W Million J 1st N Flannery Talt WillnuKhby W A Langford Silas Alexander M F Ar buckle John McBride M M Miller a rendThe Petit Jury is as follows N C Bonny Dillard Hill J G Kay Shelbyy Jett IraParks William C Grigps Wilson Ends 111 Haden JO Miller Wilson Howard Allen Denthernge Smith Haden John C Mason Jake Cuscick Eugene Barnes J F Hubbard B K Duncan James Cosby Obe Curry W 0 Griggs Wm Barnes Ben Boggs and Steve Green Official Figures Following is the official return from registration in this city Monday COURT HOUSE Detnocratic227Republlcall Independentuuu 9 CITY lULLbDemocratic 105 Republican i j147 I gndependentNORMAL Democratic 182 Republican u 91 Independent 0 PRANCIS 149 Republicauuu1fi7Independent 8 Prominent Citizen Dies After a long illnesj Mr Peter T Phelps died at the homo of hit daughter Mrs W J Collins near this city Saturday night Mr Phclps was eightyfive years of age and has countyItives In Boyle county Ho united with the Christian church when fifteen years old and always lived an honest uprightlife He is survived by two daughters Mesdames W J Collins of this county and Richard Cobb of Boyle His wife who was Miss Angeline McChord died several years ago Funeral services were conducted bv Rev C K Marshall at the home Mouday afternoon the burial taking place at the Richmond cemetery Cecilian Club Notes The years work of tho Cecilian club was resumed last Wednesday where the first meeting was held with the president Mrs Kellogg In view of the suspension of work during the summer considerable business hat accumulated A delightful program miscellaneous in character was rendered The roll call Current Events brought out many timely and interesting items Miss Dorothy Kellogga taleated pianist ofCin cinnati played one o f Chopins Etudes in a masterly manner Two voice selections were heard one My Dream by Mrs Hanger the other I See Thae In Mr Dreams by Miss Laura Bright Others taking part on the program were Me dtae Amsil D Miller B L MMdelUw RdJ K Johnson all three of whom played Kleetioas from MMC of tlIebe9t known operas Martha Luck Di Lamm r Moor sod TIM Credi A spirited dieeoestoa tbe Opera as n Edaeator clpeed tbramalter which tbe venal nodal period wueujolaA dMy loach of 441 sods aa 1W i a I Beautiful Addition The Climax man took a stroll through e new addition being made at the urnamwood property and was very Jheadwaybeen and the made o thnitsidencesa with ood weather will be faeadyfeearproperty In Richmond and every new honse built for rent is gobbled up as soon as tbe paint dries Rent is unreasonably high and we know of no investment that will bring more money erectingdwellings A Plain Proposition Shall the City of Richmond continue to rent school buildings is a question the voters are soon to be called upon to decide The following facts are worthy of consideration as an o yThereaud 4th in the Barlow Building last rear children crowded out oi the main Those four grades crowded Into small rooms averaged 101 pupils To teach these students cost 2050 for rade teachers 150 for rent 100 extra for music and at least 100 for extra expenses a total of 2700 or tuition of 12590 per pupil or 2 59 per month The corresponding grades in tbe Oaldwell BuildiLg averaged 146 students The cost for teaching was exactly 1850 a tuition ot 1207 or 120b per monthMper would have coat to teach the average of 104 students in the Barlow Building 1317 It did coat 2 700 The school oat 1383 in cash y renting Add to this the loss in service of the four splendid teachers in that building who by the very nature of the equipment could not render the city their bestaIf the city grows during the next year as it has in the past year there will need to be added atleast two more white teachers and one more colored teacher This will add at least anoth er 1000 to the money lost These are facts to which it is folly to close our oyesAs an example of the difference between renting and owning our build- Ing consider what has been done in tho Colored School this year Last year the School Board rented three small rooms outside and provided three teachers The children were mierably housed and cared for This last summer two basement rooms in the Colored Building were fitted up at an expense of 600 anti now two teach era are doing the same work that three did before and the children are well housed and cared for The saving to the city of one teachers salary rents and other expenses this year is over 100 This is one reason the schools are costing the city this year nearly 3500 less than last year The schools are coating too much money to run them and it is all due to uneconomic housing In the Colored Building there are 8 rooms of standard size and three rooms 15x26 feet about half size There can be placed only about 20 pc pils in each ot these little rooms and yet It takes a teacher There ifi only one economic way to ran a school system The room shout be of such a szs and with such equip ment that eAch teacher can give a maiiwB of service Th ee fee s should be carefully eon deed by every voter who deeires to see the schools of the city raised Is their highest efficiency sad by the lliUie a pba bawnee proportion rMTboIDMJlc will dietribote laaDdnd bos ci t 5 it assa plep among tbe Is 4fais efty Pout Ullto t I- rtaMtI r 1 Jr a Tall Fire Alarm The new tower for tbe fire alarm has arrived and will soon be in position is made of iron and will reach a beighth of almost one hundred feet he bell to be placed at the top can en be heard for many miles and as is a very large one its peals will awaken the soundest of sleepers in ct we believe it would awaken a llow lulled to sleep by a windy sermon on c hot day In center of the tower is an arrangement for drying the hose which will prove quite convenient and result in saving of the hose When the building is completed Richmond will have the swellest and best fire department in Central Kentucky Dont ScoldSMother dont scold You can be firm without scolding your children ou can reprove them for their faults ou can punish them wfien necessary but dont get into the habit of perpet n ally scolding themMIt does them no soon become so accustomed to faultfinding and scolding that they pay no attention to it Or which often happens they grow hardened and reckless in consequence of it Many a naturally good disposition is ruined by constant scolding and many a child is driven to seek evil associates ecause there is no peace at home others with their many cares and perplexities often fall into the habit unconsciously but it Is a sad habit for them and their children Watch y ourselves and dont indulge in this unfortunate and often unintentional manner of addressing your children Watch even the tones of your voice nd above all watch your hearts for we have divine authority for saying that out of the abundance of the heart the mouth speaketh P A C Infirmary f The following reports of the P A O Infirmary show the good work be ing done by that noble institution They embracq all receipts and disbursements and make interesting reading Fiom Oct 1100 to Oct 1 1809 Bal on hand Oct 1 1008 21 41 County u 60000 Cityuu 30003 Membership eesJu 99 00 Pay patients i 1909 59 Donations u T1 33 49 Elks 100 00 Ball games V 138 01 Entertainment 1 19 25 Miscellaneous 8 55 Total 3293 93 Expenditures for the year 3050 13 Balance fWi 80 Disbursements from Oct 1 1908 to Oct 1009 NuniesSalarie 1034 55 Housekeeping expenses 118661 Coal 167 25 lee i 54 96 Water 40 70- Telephoae 25 65- Dr fiivi 1M 45 Light JL 77 48 Merchandise 288 83 JiIeMlIu 107 G7 TOkL 300 13 Moy reeetrei sec bnilifar fend QMrtdy kafrrL 39 80 abellah 667- DomUieM AJOi IPasnylM 18134- XntertaWtMek tl 1- CJtfc diaaet i JOe 00 C Bfcmpiiv ux Go I tlfrttf c f Entries To Date The following names of voung ladies have been sent in for the big piano contest As each young lady starts with one thousand votes and their friends are going to work in earnest tho race promises to wax warm to the finish Each starts with equal show in g 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 the number of votes entitled to It is not too late to add other names to send in any you wish Mayme Powell Moberly Ollie Winkler Moberly Annie Cockrlll Waco Katie Pitman Waco ddie Mellon College Hill tella Wilson Waco Gertrude Grinstead Moberly Lucy Tliarpe Waco Nannia Whorton Valley View Olantha Bressler Valley View Susau Doty Kingston NewbyMary Sallie B Parish Silver Creek Lula Wheeler Kirksville Madrne Farris Silver Creek Lottie Ferris Kirks Hie Mariette Jones R F D2 Richmond Clara Gibson R F D 2 Richmond Hallie Coy Kirksville Margaret Curry White Hall Hattie Moberly Rnthton Mary Turpin Rod House Elizabeth Farris Red House Mary Hamm Ruthton Lucy Williams Ruthton Martha King Cottonburg Nora Cruse R F DI Richmond Bertha Lear Ruthton May Roberts Ruthton Ether Garrett R F D 1 Richmond Annie Christopher RFD4 Richmond Nora Davis Red House Anah Asbill R F D 4 RichmondIEfflfc Northcutt Valley Marlam Noland IN RICHMOND Margaret Phelps j5BessieParksCatherine ScottIMst fe Pig Ellen Walker Annie Mae Walker Duncan Foster Russell Stouffer Mary Oulton Zulab Oliver The Last Excursion The L N will run its last Cincin natiexcursion nextSnnday Train will leave Richmond at 640 a 5m Faro for round trip only 175 We understand these excursions have brought good money to the company this sea son as every one has been liberally patronized The theatres are all open next Sunday as well as moat of the parks and there will be plenty of amusement for all who go Returning train leaves Fourth St depot at 8 p m Whn Times are Hard We are sot sorry when times are hard T woatea then cook noodles with the chicken to make the chicken gordand sake good gravy to save the meat serVe apple pie oftener than plum paddiag do away with the servant girls who cant cook and display their mw skill stay at homo mow with tbe children because they gaddingtrylater ass4astesd of aagela food Ute KMotal beaUk li better and the peofj Mw oOerwiw OOBK aud Ttott o Lnal M boMe liero U aot1110 tentba bout hard tiassli M a IiSitffaIl iiaupttk c Ii 11 Xiphlfi1i1 r I14 1 j l U 1If pr ff 1r 1I tE pci 9 j 7 7 r ii Ii Hi i FALL Is HERE t1 i y and it is about time you are think r ing about winter clothes Wehavt a beautiful line of Pal and Winter i Ji goods Everything in t f k I Woolen Goods SiIksFIanneIlettesf i r f Ginghams Challies k i i T JMferserized Bengalines Outings t itte very best values for your money We wish to call your special at tention to our SILK WAIST PAT fx t TERNS both in fancy and plain 0 I Prices ranging 398498 598r S b a pattern Call and see us OWEN MeKee Tbe Richmond Climax rUBUSsffl flIRT IT TOE CLIMAX PRINTING CO Incorporated A D MILLER Pieat and Mangr LOUIS LANDRAM Editor Mmber PRESS and FFICE 100 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE WEDNESDAY GOT 13 WOO Prrr the sorrows of the great President Taft had asked for a corn beef and cabbage dinner on reaching San Antonio Texas next Monday but this request will be disregarded by the committee there which will serve instead a banquet whose cost will be 15 a plate For weeks the presidential mouth has been watering for corn beef and pabbage even as it watered for corn pone and possum in the South He was tired of state dinners tired of nightingales tongues asa steady diet and nectar as a regu lar drink and ho longed for the hum ble cabbage of his forefathers Twas ever thus Seldom do our dreams come true and our phantasies assume material form Those of us who haven t been condemned to several weeks of banquets and who can have corn beef and cabbage whenever we want italways provided of course that we have the pricehave much for Which to be thankful IT is very gratifying to those who want good prices for tobacco to know that the growers all over the State are now pooling their crops very rapidly For a time little interest was manifested in the matter and it looked like the farmers would refuse to take interest However they seem to have awakened to the fact that the only way by which they can get good prices Is by thorough organization and the large number of names added to the pool shows that the farmers are determined to stand together In this county muchof the crop has been pooled and we be Hove that in a short time it will all be placed in the pool IT is gratifying indeed to see the Democrats of Madison standingshoul dpr to shoulder Thero is no dissat l faction anywhere and The Climax feels justified in predicting the largest majority in recent years The Dem ocrats seem to realize fully that to allow the Republicans to have charge o the countys affairs means extravagance misrule and bad management while the election of the Democratic ticket means the business oftnb county will be in the hands of men vayThatsup his mind to go to the polls and vote Its a plain business proposi- tl nI this issue of The Climax tve print tke entire Democratic ticket frpm the highest down to the smallest y office In the county All we ask is a close perusal of those names and we know yon will agree with TuG Climax iathe statement that the ticket can sot tw Improved upon I t Do you realize tile enormous iiriaoant of money passing through the t Wads of oar county officials Then stamp under the rooster and thus lead yoar aid in having that money 11 kakdled by competent and trnst q wprtkj aMcials f iilr TTBH to beat theother maas elltofLfif t5 MJMt ad that aecousts for tke way it a may UTe wltkaat vtelWe I ia mtaupport 0IUINrwr OOtIatrfarw- I to1i pniapdall iwrIIj g WHAT has become of that ticket nominated by the rads some months ago It seems to have gone into a hole and pulled the hole in after it Tig well thus for the splendid men on the Democratic ticket are certain of election and that too by an over whelming majority MARRIED women as a rule live longer than their unmarried sisters says an exchange Thats because the married ones shove all their troubles off onto the shoulders of hubby Two hundred Kansas City High School girls never saw a hog The editor of the Louisville Post is mean enough to say but then of course none of them are married EDITOR HAUnT SOMMERS says that while it is true that pole cats do not come from the North Pole yet the stink stirred up by Cook and Peary would lead to believe so THE average man of family at this season finds himself for the first time in months seriously interested in the consteration of the coal supply THE small boy who defined groundhog as sausage meat evidently did not refer to bologna or he would have changed the h torn d A KISS is invisible says the Henry County Local but a wise man will not give another mans wife one while her husband is looking GoxERXOit WILLSON says bo will pardon anyone who will kill a night- rider so get your gun and proceed with the good work You may air you may wash em all day if you will but the scent of the mothball will hang round em still THE Paris Democrat says when you have money enough to invest in min- Ing stockbuy an overcoat HAPPy thought for the delinquent subscriber he will not have to buy coal in the hereafter THE summer girl is now busily engaged learning to wear clothing +I Personals I 1 Miss Lucy Jones is in Winchester visiting relatives f Mrs John Flora is visiting rela tives in Danville W E Luxon attended the trots in Lexingioti fast week Miss Belle Bennett is spending two weeks in Savannah Ga Mrs J R White of Irvine is visit- Ing her mother in this city Mr LeRoy Land Lexington has been visiting Richmond friends Miss Anne DeJarnett leaves this week for a visit to Pittsburg Miss Cary Rice has letnrned from a visit to friends in Lexington Mr and Mrs Lewis Neate attended the tiots in Lexington Friday Mrs Charles Higgins and son are visiting relatives in Lexington Mr and Mrs Elmer Tate visited In Lexington several days last weekI Miss Lncilo Brooks of Lexington has been visiting Mrs Eugene Todd Dr J W Bryant has been spending a few days in Indianapolis on business Mr Edward Stockton has been spending several days in Louisville Misses Willie Traynor and Mary Cultoa were in Lexington Saturday Mayor C E Woods speata few days tk past week at Crab Orchard Springs A j Miss Tillle TribbJe has raturawj from a visit witk friends is L xiBg ton Miss JMI MaMC ef Florida is fidif MM 7Aaxi14 Harrk at- well SpeNI MrAlx alKM of Salt Lak City 1tM1I tbspi 01 Mia lJMJlia- LMoI i1Loi Ml iinfefBfeitf Ii w Wi HM Hj I dus on Third St Misses Kate Douglas and Sarah Wagers have returned from a visit to friends in Cincinnati Mr Thos Million attended the funeral of his sister Mrs Mollie Oder in Cynthiana Sunday Huckeyehaveders and family Mr and Mrs M C Keljogg are spending several weeks in Pitt3burg and Now Yoik Mr and Mrs James Dunlop of New York are visiting her mother Mrs Nannie Embry Mr and Mrs C S Gray have re daughterMrsMiss Mollie Fife has returned home after a visit to Mrs F W Fletcher and other friends in Lexington Mrs Martin Gentry and children Sallie and Ralph have returned from a visit to relatives in Winchester Geo McCoy and Miss Bettie IMr of Lexington spent Sunday with Mr James McCoy mid family Mr A J Suit and Mr B Jonett are attending the Grand Lodge meeting of 1 0 O Fat Maysvllle this week Mrs J A Higgins Mrs Daniels Miss Sallio Ellis and Miss Julia Big gins were shoppers in Lexington Sat uiday Me dames Willie Ray and Porter Wearren of this county have been visiting Mrs J M Dickerson in in Garrard Mr and Mrs Harry Hills are wel coming a handsome son who arrived Thursday night at their home on Glyndon Ave Mrs 1 L Isaacs and snn of Deer wood Estill county visited her par ents Mr and Mrs J HI Jackson at Berea Sunday Miss Sue Serivner came over from Winchester Friday to spend the weekend with her sister Mra L G Sal lard and Miss Alma Snrivner John F English who has spent the summer in Cleveland 0 has accept ed a position with the Southern Pa cific Railroad at St Jose Cala Miss Tutt Royce who has been critically ill of typhoid fever at the Gibson Hospital has recovered suffi ciently to be removed to her home Mr Burrcll C Million of Jellico Toxin is visiting his parents here and attended the funeral of his aunt Mrs Mollie Oder in Cynthiana Sun day Rev William Crowe of Frankfort is the guest of his mother Mrs Wm Crowe on Oak St He willconduct tho midweek service at the First Presbyterian church this evening at 730 oclock Miss Mary Goodloe Lackey who has been the pretty guest of Misses Mary and Margaret Miller has returned to Danville before going to her home in Kansas City Mr and Mrs W H Duncan of Borea are rejoicing over the arrival of an eightpound boy born Sunday and christened William Russell Mrs Duncan was formerly Miss Elon Jack son Mrs M E Hooper of Philadelphia who has been here on a visit to her brothers Mr Charles Sharp this cityI and Mr DF Sharp at Panola has gone to Knoxville to visit relatives before returning home Rev DClay Lilly of Wilmoro filled tho pulpit of the Iresbyterian church Sunday morning and evening and was heard by largo andappre ciatrve audiences His sermons were strongand interesting and many good lessons were drawn therefrom While bere lie twas a guest of his brother Hon G E Lilly and family The social gIra by Miss Sarah Headrix ia hcpar of Mr Charles Wagers StHrday wu K success in every way TLoee present were Misses Martha aad Ella Lanter San nie Williams Joe and Tkos Williams Charles Wagers Wlk f Tarpjm and Miss Bertha Day All report an enjoyable time Lexington L Mlri Mr Warfield mI1i SI ti pmt 14Iy M ta bate Im rt Bfcfc Itiprt fftfcf tertimMR 9 I t PBI F Higgins and Mba Bessie Tiirley of Richmond are the guests of Dr and Mrs E O Vance for the trots Mrs Allene Boggs her mother Mrs Jackson and her bright little son of Richmond were guests here SattNIIV Miss Nettie B Smith of Danville crutcherland will be remembered as the accom pUshed stenographer and private secretary to Collector C IL Rhodes when the Revenue office was located hero She has held the same posi tion under three other Collectors Yerkes Denton and Cooper and her host of friends hero are confident she will retain her position indefinitely whether the Democrats Repub licans or Prohibitionists win The meeting of the Womans Club in Elks Club Rooms Monday after noon was very interesting and greatly enjoyed It was a business session the first of the year and most all the members were present Current Events the principal subject was ably handled by Mrs Walker and Miss Mary Tribble Echoes from theFed eration was the subject on program for report awl discussion by Mrs T J Smith and Mrs B L Banks and their remarks were highly complimen ted Delightful refreshments were served At conclusion of tha program a delightful social session was held A piano for a song and The Climax will siucthe sqng for you See offer elsewhere Only When Talking Do you Stammer all the time asked a Shelby county doctor whom he had consulted Nnnno he spluttered I only ststststammer when I ttttalk U Tongue Twisters A London paper recently offered a series of prizes for the best tongue twisting sentences The prize winningcontributtons are The bleak breeze blighted the bright broom blossoms Two toads totally tried to trod t Tedbury Strict strong Stephen Stringer snared slickly six sickly silky snakes Susan shineth shoes and socks socks and ishocs shines Susan She ceascth shining shoes and socks for shoes and socks shock Susan A haddock a haddock a black spotted haddock a black spot on the black back cf a black spotted haddock Lucky Editors The editors of the Harrodsburg Herald are lucky bachelors Hue is a list of tbo useful and ornamental articles which admiiing patrons pre sented to them Irist week One squash of last years growth looks as good as new One petrified terrapin One peck of apples One tbreecored apple One stalk of corn with tour ears One live chicken hawk Two ears of corn each 15 inches long and 9 inches around containing 2380 grains Ole tenhorned tobacco worm un Forty Years Ago Shelby Record An old account book owned bva farmer shows that in January 1865 he sold ten fat hogs at 1550 per hundred This was a pretty long price anti we of today should say he was making money hand over fist but another page of the same account book shows that he paid 5 50 for ten pounds of coffee 333 for ten pounds sugar 177 for for twelve spools of thread and 130 for a gallon of kero sine oil The subscription price to a country weekly in those daye was 2 50 per year Yes and four years ago the editor paid thirty per cent less for his paper stock than he pays now and his living expenses have increased forty per cent lIe gets the same old price one dcilar per year when he gets it for his paper and no more for his jnb printing or ad vertising Those who benefit by the high prices that rule these days for hogs sheep corn wheat and other commodities thatare necessary for the editor to live should treat him fairly and not only bo willing to pay him a reasonable price for what be does but pay him promptly CORRESPONDENCE RDTHTON Messrs John Arvino and Robinson Whittaker of Oklahoma are visiting Mrs Jerome Cotton daysinMrs J L Koulett of Caleast visit ed reiatievs here Sunday Mr and Mrs James Griggs are the proud parents of a son whom they have named Burton Mr and Mrs Wm MGuire also have a son called Robert Earl Misses Nannie and Nora Cruse and J H Ferguson recently visited at Whitlock and Haysburg Rev Owen Young recently held a series of meetingsat Corinth Christian church during which several souls WtdIlug was held with dinner on the ground This rather unique meeting was enjoyed by a large concourse of people Miss Hallie King and Burton Mob erly were quietlymarried a few days ago The bride is the second daughter of Mr and Mrs Wm King and Is pretty blonde The groom belongs to a prominent family of this place His Lola Wheelar of Kirksville protractedtained by several of her friends while here pubfishing findtngtherealns countybeforeby Rice and John Cruse while hunt ing Tkey skinned it and loft the carcass lying It 3s one of the most beutiflul birds I ever saw So aw think Itls Wneorane or SOOM kind of Wro It Ii nearly ali tmt U hrfffteV 11JIit c 2 l Fine Showing Official Reports of Ball Club Show Successful Years Work At tbe meeting of the Bockbbldera of the Richmond Bieo Ball Associa1 tion held Wednesday evening the officers made their report which we publish below The following directors were chosen M 0 Kellogg T J Smith R C Stockton WR Shackel ford J Hale Dean These gentlemen will at an early date elect a president andsecretary As stated in last issue of The Climax the club is free from debt owns the grounds and has the foundation tot a splepdid team next season Believing our readers will like to read it we print in full the following report The following report contains infor mation and a tew suggestions from the retiring board of directors which may be of interest or value to their succes sors or stock holders The stands and possibly fences should be covered with some kind of paint to protect them from the weather The diamond should be protected so that the winters rains do not wash it and the low part of the fence on BigHill pike should be raised in some way A mistake was made when it was built lower than the rest of the fence The above work is almost necessaryOther improvements and changes that have been suggested and would of course ho 01 Distinct benefit to the park were it not thy the expense in volved are- Move the club house over into the far center field corner Complete the drain in center field Increase the seating capacity end put a few boxes ann reserved seats An increase in the seating capacity may not seen necessary but with the in terest in Base Bail growing as it is the attendance the coming season should bo considerably increased over the one just passed While we bad trouble getting started last season owing to the grasping tactics of the Land grabbers and horn other reasons and it was a serious question as to whether we were not biting ufl more than we couldconvoniently masticate in buying property and putting such a In rue sum in improvements it looks as though every thing had worked out pretty well Certainly a well located park such as we have with comfortable stands increases tao attendance It was said many Dimes the Richmond club had tbn best park in the Uagub and at least partof the credit is duo 10 the ground keeper The tepurt of the treasurer which will be submitted later wilt thow you the excellent condition which wo are in asregards financesTheres no doubt that our first years experience sued us money the past season and there is no reason why the club should notbe run even more economic illy the coining season There is no doubt in our minds that a ball clubconducted on clean lines will not of necessity line to win every game to e self sustain ing in Richmond Our people love the game for the games sake which fact we think has been clearly proven and this spirit is the best asset auy ball club can have wnether it be in a Class D league or in the big leagues Bus ton has since Base ball began been one of the best money makers in the James history and largely because tLe audiences there know the game and are willing to give a visiting player credit for a good play They want when they go to tee a game of ball to see a game on its merits and may the best team win Whenever you get a town like that where there is a rpl it of fair play you have a good ball town one that will last anil grow slid get better And wherfever you have a town that wont stand to lose whore the visiting players and umpires are roasted and everybody but them selves are blamed for defeat you have a town that will soon be raising a fine crop of cabbage or tobacco on the sj otI where the ball park once was There are several unused lots out side of the park owned by the Association and it is a question of whethei they should ha disposed of or held They are a source of some revenue but at the same time hardly enough to par for keeping theii fenced and looking after them There has been some talk of this association consolidating with the Fair company and owning tli property jointly but this would be ii the opinion of the majority oi the board a great mistake From our ex perience it is a pretty bigjob to run a ball team and keep the public een reasonably eatisfied let alone trying to consolidate with a Fair Company Pel son ally I have hind do experience with fairs but have gotten snme pointers from some of my brother directorsVe what looks like the basis for a good team under reserve for next season The following players are the property of the Richmond Club J W turord HEWills Al Grotie Ada Thom JohnOeacer J K Win tab or Wm D Knox II C Dawson Roy Golden M J McCormick When Mr G robe left it was with the understanding that he should comeback and run the team next season but this understanding does not in anyway obligate our successors who possibly may not cjiuider him as capable as some one elsa Wjillo Mr Groho probably has his faults as all of us have he also lies his good points one of which is strict attention to the financial end of things His accounts always balanced to the cent and he saved many dollars for the association He way not be the best ball player in tbe world lint if every man on the team had tried as consistently to WilL every 5iQ900bonusesOf course the question ofa manager for the coining season is one of tile first things to be considered The annual meeting of th league will be held at Winchester Nov 10th and several important questions will come up for consideration Mr Ham mond him announced th the will not be a candidate fur reejection and the question as tp who will succeed him is one that should bo given much thought The position it a trying one and we think that Mr Hamwind has made a very acceptable offipadwe are further of the opiufoBlttit this will be proven beyond a doiflitahiotild Mr Hammond carry out his resolve m t to stand for reeleciior If the league succeeds IB getting al good or a hotter man it will be lucky Another matter that will be before the annual lowting wilt be the question of enlargiraf the wltWlultJerA1 ttxUbrear- JPrttrtasi litLwa in tlleouta1doantia frnncbTes II ptfiadpf the contrary A franchise in ihsi limo Grass League now haa a value 6f from pGO 00 to SiOOOOO- WbV are i informed by President Hammond that the 200 00 for the irafSof Roy Golden by the Pitlsbnri club has reached him in the shape of a voucher Thero has been a nctlte in the papers that draft has hlso been made by Minneapolis for Dawson but as yet no official notice has reached us or MrHammoud We cannot too strongly urge upon our successors the importance of follow ing up and getting an opinion on and decision on the protest made by this club against the methods employed by certain of the Winchester club officials to influence the results of tall games Actions of the kind are we think covered by our own league constitution and by laws and the matter has also been put up to Mr Farrell and will be bvhiio put before the National Com mission but matters of this kind are apt to be allowed to lapse unless someone keeps them in mind constantly Our attendance figures for the past season will show an average attendance of over 400 and very few that saw the games this year got by without doing business with the ticket office The passes were kept down to almost nothing and were much less in num ber than in any other town Wo want to thank the stockholders and Base Ball going public the their liberal attendance loyalty to tho team and patience with us and our manage monte Big Time For Elks The State meeting of Elks will be held at Maysville October 19 20 and 21 and the members in that city are making great preparations to entertain the visitors Richmond lodge wil send a big delegation Money Back B L Middelton Sells a Rem edy for Catarrh on The Liberal Basis Breathe Hyomei over the germ ruMen membrane and it will kill the germs and cure catarrh There is no other wayyou must gat where the germs are before you can destroy them And when catarrh germs have dis appeared other things will happen there will be no more hawking not even in the morning that offensive breath will disappear there will be no more o noxious mucous or cough luir or sneezuz or huskiness of voice o difficulty in breathing All these disagreeable accessories of the demon catarrh wIt disappear and as they goth glow of health will return and all the strength and energy that was formerly used in combating the in roads of catarrhwill bring back your vitality aud ambition will make a n w healthy happy being of you in a fey weekp- B L Midtlolton will soil you a corn plee Hyomei outfit for SI OX This includes a fine inhaler a bottle of Hyo mei and instructions for use S ld by leading druggists everywhere Ex tra bnttleS 50 cents And bear in mind money hack if Hyomei doesnt cure M OgNA CUres niieitionIt relieves stomach misery BOOT stom ach belching and cures nil stomach dis tabletsIROPOSALS Sealed proposals will be received until noon October 30th for the heat lug of the Power House and three rest dences on the campus of the Eastern Kentucky State Normal School Rich mond Kentuckj Plans and spevilications of all of the foregoing equipment may be seen at the office of the State Normal School at Richmond Kentucky and at the ofllce of ANDEKSOJ and KKANKEI Architects and Engineers Lexington Kentucky All proXsals must be accompanied by n certiticii check of two 2 percent of the amount of the contract price payable to the JJoardof Regents of the Eastern Kentucky Slate Normal School to be a guaranty that the successful bidder or bidders will enter into contract with said school in accordance with bid and give good security sure pietarredpriceAll and address ed to the Board of Regents of time Eastern Kentucky Stale Normal School care of ANDERSON FKANEL Architects and Engineers Laxington Kentucky The law provides that nil contracts will be let to the lowest bidder complying with the terms hereof and the statutesSThe right to rejcckany and all bids Is reserved Board of Regents of the Eastern Ken tucky S atc Normal School Richmond Kentucky by J A SULLIVAN Chairman Executive Committee t Public Sale I will offer for nalo publicly on the piouiises at two ociock p lJOIl Saturday October 30th 1909 Two Residences on Estill Avenue each containing six rooms iuclndiiit kitchen The prop erty and have large yards ami rood gardens with all necessary tint s surh as stable smoke a1c- mil housnc fits Hood cisterns airt water in yard antI gas in ont of tt residences The property will bIoltas a whole anti then teperately the acceptetlAthouslholdfurnilureofsale Possessionnlven January 1009 Mrs David ONeil LonpTom rlmnanlr And r Wih The Appro ch Qf W ter Ladies naturally turn their atten tion to needle work Thelnnirl winter evenings are ideal for doing fancv work MIs Eva ofEmbrolrletjug outfit is complete She will be glad at any tItus to How her patterns Many bwmtifUlChri mae novelties are to ho sea at her hop When in thn appd of Erabroidbr Materialfl Stamping etc call on Miss Eva Roberts Piart i iee gaDFo- rany one whose teeth are out who will cut out this ad and bring to Dr Hobsonsoffice This will be taken as 200 cash on a set of teeth An Ordinance WHEREAS the Board of Education of the City of Richmond find it absolute ly necessary to provide additional and more commodious quarters for the use of time rapidly growing school papula tion of the City ot Richmond the present school house and other qnar ters being totally inadequate to accom modate the same and WHEREAS tbe amount of money ne cessary to be raised in order to provide adequate accommodations for the school children of Richmond will incur an amount of indebtedness the payment of which can not be met without exceeding the income and revenue provided for time city for the year 1910 or any single year there fore be it resolved and ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Richmond Kentucky FirstThat the City of Richmond Kv Incur an indebtedness in time sum of Twentyfive Thousand 2500000 Dollars for the purpose of erecting and equipin additional buildings for time aecdmmodatlon of the school children of Richmond Ky that said indebted ness be evidenced by fifty coupon bonds of the denomination of Five Hundred S500CO Dollars each wmb bonds shall be dui and payable as fol lows Ten at the expiration of five years from the date of issuance and the remaining forty of said bonds shall be flue and payable as lollows viz Two of same at the expiration of the sixth year and two at time expiration of each year up to and including time tenth vear three at the expiration of the 11th errand thrre at ezpirlition of each succeeding year up to and including the twentieth year from the date issuance until all of said bonds ofI have been paid in full Said shall bear interest at the rate of five per cent per annum payable semi iltlofBank Trust GJ of Richmond Ky Said bonds Btail he numbered consecu tively from 1 to 50 both inclusive nail shall bo due and payable and redeemed under this ordinance in the rtrder of their serial numbers respectively A sinking fund shall be annually crested for the purpose of paying said binds as th v fell due of time aiiiinl niiionn respecikely as required bv Section y of tn ordinance to be raised animallv for the pnrpoce of paying such bonds at d time intrest thereon Sec 2That the proceeds of sidbonds shall be used exclusively in the purpo e forth in rhis orilinaiuv Sec 3 That the amonnt of nrtnev neressary to be raised annually bv taxation to pay the interest on said bonds and to redeem said bonds as they fall due as herein provided shall be ns tollows to wit 1010 22000 10I1A 225000- I3 226000 1013 2 250 1914 225000 195 u 300000 IDIGu 19SOOO 1917 191000 1918 185 19Wun 1 SCOCO lilO 225000 1021 217500 1022 2 100 CO 1023 u 202500 it 193000 1020 187500 i01 1810 cOI1927 l72t5C0 11128uu K5SOCO lYmuul 00 Pep 1Ihat a tax shall annually be evied and eokctid oil all he real and peisonwl poiiHttv within he cnr porato limits f the City oj R rhino d pairiretand also to crpjiiq a sinking timid for he payment of he principal nf stiif bonds and thn iqiih of lu hleduedtlierefnrSee 5Titatan election be and the seine is liei bv ordered af required bylaw on Novembe1 2d lOOt that being the regular general election rly at the ariouH votinc places in the City of Richmond Ky for the purpose of tnihinitiiof to Ihe qualified electors of said city the question whiher or not the Board t Council shill incur said 10le tadno sand isiie bonds iliorefor nile the County Cierk of Madison county Ky is requested and direced to supply tbe ballots necessary for said election and to have printed thereon said question in such foim as the law requires the Clerk of this Boat d is directed to certify a copv of this ordinance to said County Clerk Sec n That the Clerk of this Board be arid is hereby directed to give no tice of said election bv the qualified electors of the City of to be held as herein provided to determine whether or not such indebtedness shall be incurred and that such notice thai be published for two consecutive weeks prior to said election by weekly insertions in the Kentucky iReRister Rich mond Climax Richmond Pantagraph and tho Sentinel they being weekly papers of general circulation in the City of Richmond Ky specifying the amount of indebtedness proposed to be incurred arid the purposes of same and the amount of money necessary to be raised annually for interest and sink lug fund Sec 7That the Clerk of this Board be and is hereby directed to publish this ordinance once in each oi the fol lowing paner of general circulation in Richmond Ky Kentucky Reiser Richmond Climax Richmond Pauta graph and the Sentinel Passed October 8 1909 MayorAttest Cures Remove Doubt About Eczema Cure Read What Your Drnrjolsl Says About Oil of Wlntergrccn Compound Stockton h Son druggists submit the following to the readers of the Cli maxFor several years we have announc ed with our recommendation that we had found a positive cure for eczema asiinple skin wash oil of Inter reeu compounded with other healing ingre dients Yet we know there are people right in this town who have eczema and still have never tried this remedy We have therefore arranged with the D D D Laboratories of Chicago for a special offer ofa trial bottle at 25 cents instmiil of ih SlCO uott o as regularly told We ofFer this trial bottle with our recommendation anti assurance that jut as soon as the patient washes his itching skin this mud liquid will take tire itch awav instantly Sold by Suck tonSou For Sale Two dwelling house at Paint Lick known as the Henry Ueasloy property Possession January 1st 1910 For rwrras etc apply to W G KII1fr Paint Lick 101341 t rFoundSafety razorconrr day Owner elm have same bv applying at The Climax office proving property and paying for charges it For Rent Eight offices in the McKee block Steam heatwater and janitor service plendid location and very desirable Possession at once Also the store room on Main xireef occupied by Charles Pigg Apply mit once R J McKee English Spavin Liniment removes Hard Soft or Calloused Lumps and Blemishes tom horses also Blood Spavins Curbs Splints Sweenev Ring Bone Stifles Sprains Swollen Throats etc Save S50 by use of one bottle A wonderful Blemish Cure Sold by Perry Thomas Druggists 606 rtcommissioner MADISON CIRCUIT COURT Douglas Parrisb Plaintiff vs Notice of Sale Harriet Parrish Ac Defendants By virtue of a Judgment rendered by the Madison Circuit Court at its present October Term 1909 I wilt on Tuesday October 26th 1909 AtlloMock a m on the premises expose the farm known as tint Parrish farm to public sale TUs farm will be- soM in parcels Drill then as a whole anti the bil producing the moet money will be accented This farm lie close to Red House Kentucky about six miles from Rich mond Ky and has on it a good dwell rig and desirable out houses and large barn also one largo store house It is well improved and well watered Itis close to a Railroad depot It is in a most excellent neighborhood Said IWle in generally dercririeil rs follows tnwit Lvinir being close to Red Houe in Madlon county am surrounded bv the lands of H 13 Han ger Sam Todd Green Bros M H Wells Isaac Tussey Mrs Parks Tom Ellison and J H Turpin and for spe cific bnundry reference is imide to the Julcmf nt in the fthcve ntvled cause The rightofway of the L N R It is not sold Ala about 3 or 4 acres 4Iheretofore sold to Al Williams is re servedIcorne prepared to execute the required bonds T H COLLINS M C M CC Long Torn rhnnanlt Aria fJ DJ4tr b Cb jWe are Receiving the Choicest Lot of Evaporated Fruith- ej best Canned Goods and the choi cest brands ot Fancy Groceries We 1 make it a point to combine quality with quantity and always at the lowtJ est of markft prices SI our beautiful e Queen ware Vocrdii Gifiiite and WuJow Watcj SLL McKINNEY t 1 GROCERS c Telephone 223 f 1 t Tile Latest Things ForMen 1 w s 11 0l h 0 4 f wmnaI 1 g Sa f I 17 r I Faded PrIntJ w I I Spring v I HugsBrussels Wilton Velvets and 9x t2 Axminster Bestas sortment ever brought Ito this I I city See them before you pur I chaset t e tI BENNETT and HIGGINS Furniture and Undertaking i Telephones 73 Maui StreetI p p S S pp S SSa L t ITHINK ABOUT iIrCI 0 II A JIL AN ycu affjrd to delay matters F what avail is procaati nation T bestIn a few weeks prices will be higher ET us therefore have your order now GET IN YOUR COAL NOW We Deliver Quickly Telephone 110 f Rex Red Ash Jellico We have tho exclusive sale A trial order will convince you that ours is a little better than you have been getting elsewhere and possiblylessFull Weight or Coal Forfeited J r B II Luxon Bro yi7 Piggs Pure Apple Vinegar sl2m First class kindling for sale Rich mond Cooperage Co 921 tf Three rooms over Singer Sewing Machine office on Second street apply this office tf 1TheRichmond Steam Laundry at your service Call or ring 52 fForSale Htdiant House Heater good as new tf Roy C White For Sale Stvfaintcriwik stand for typewriter Nsw Complete This office Farm Wanted ki11ront farm of alxiut 100 to 200 Korea for rear 1110I 42r Richmond Estray Steers Twn rdBtper weight about one t ousnnd pounds each came to my Iller slime rime ngo and have since In en cared fur byrne Owner can have fiarnn by pa iug charges Also lost in Richmond court day- t co heifers red and black weight about 500 pound eac It G W Deatberage Notice To Contractors Kids for buildin r the addition to tho Tallin A Clay Infirmary will be receiv ed until C oclnc P is October 151P09 Jlans and specifications may be seen lit the post ollice Right reserved to re j ct any and all bid- sRedistricting Commission Gv Willson has requested Judge Az Hunphrey Col Andrew Cowan nr Louisville 0 II Waddle Somerset fTL E lenlen Frankfort John Allen Lexinzton John Hager Ashland L J Grtwiird Newport Jerrn Sullivan Richmond and O II McElroy Bowl jii Green to act as a commission to prpue a redistricting bill to be sub ratted to the next legislature Judge Hamnhrey is named as chairman r 7 14 FarleyMarcb Milliqerg Very Latest Styles I have just returnedIfrom the cities elegant line of- Embroideries Stamping Patterns Etc and invite the ladies to call and see them AU newest creations a n dIbeautKil in design keMrs Ed Cornelison 517 North Street k tI l J 1 + 4 44UI4U4 r Around Town j Pure apple vinegar at Jas B Parks 146 First St tf Circuit court is drawing a big crowd to town this week Many will go to Cincinnati on the last excursion next Sunday j RJ McKee bought of Mrs Stanton Hume the dwelling adjoining the Catholic parsonage price 53000 The high fire tower will be a good place for Allen Zarring and Tutt Bur nam to hang up their socks Christmas The concrete pavements continue to- go down Nothing gives better evidence of a towns prosperity and pro gressiveness Rhoda Jane Hill and Ellark Cleveland Kelly were married at the court house Thursday by Squire JAYoung The price of hogs continues to climb skyward and a piece of streaked bacon will cost as much as an automobile this winter The small boy reports the wanut largeProudstained hahds The Lexington trots have drawn many Madison county people this week The exhibitions have been above the average so we are toldTA box supper will be given at Con cord school house Friday night Pro buildingCome Any lady will be fortunate who secures a sample box of The Thomas Mil Cos goods They are very finefWe have seen the goods itsTodd Stagner contractors have contract for erection of n tenroom welling for Mrs Ida Hugeloy and have commenced ork on another welling for N V White W C Fielder and family of this city has moved to Kansas City where he will make his home HA is a fine mechanic and his friends wish him well in his ne v home Mr and Mrs Bassett Millard Managers of the Singin Skule Beginment arrived Monday and the rehearsals will proceed rapidly this week The cast is composed of the very best local talent and the performance promises to be the event of the season Remember the Institute Farmers should remember tho iL stitute to be held at Waco the 29th and 30th and be certain to attend As stated in last issue of The Climax prominent speakers will be on hand and much good is sure to result Remember the dates awl be there Doing Well In South In renewing his subscription to The Climax Rey Geo W Shepherd for merly of this city writes that he has a fine church in Lakeland Florida which is increasing in membership and doing much good They pave SlOOO Sunday for missions and have had thirtynine additions since be took charge in May Richmond Physician Honored TheKentucky State Medical Associa tion will meet in Louisville Ort 1021 and will be attended by prominent physicians from not only Kentucky but other states wilt be represented Pro- C H Vaugbt of this city is un pro gram to take part in one of the leading discussions an honor mnh appreciat ed by his many friends A Noble Husband Paris News Owing her improved condition to the bravery of her husband June Jett who allowed skin to be taken from his arm to be grafted on the burns of Mrs Jett of Jackson who was terribly burned about the face and body last winter at the homo of her lather Mrs Jett has returned home from St Josephs hospital whore she bad been for several months Mrs Jett wilt soon be entirely recovered Several squares of skin were removed from the husbands arm by the surgeons and applied to the burns The New Democratic Creed Tariff for revenue only Federal income tax Election 61 United States Senators by direct vote of the people- sTaxation of corporations by State alone aGive up the Philipinea and imper ialism Primary and ballot reform Home rule and local self govern men Opposition to extension of Federal power at expense of States Rigid governmental economy Enforcement of antitrust laws tfo interference with individual lib arty KveolHtfaiia ftijiepM art tj k1M1s If r CiveaI4lI j = = = =I w y w T- NewFall WinterSuits I 1 I THE FOR I Interest IncreasingS- ince the summer has gone attendance at the Elks lodge is increasing nd much intere3t is manifested here is something doing every Friday n a pttenlFire At Ball Park prettFbaUMonday Workmen are covering the fences with tar to protect it and in manner this tar became ignight ed setting fire to the fence A quick run by the department was made but the flames were extinguished before any damage was done Daily Rehearsals theSingingSchool next Tuesday night are rehearsing every night and a good show is promised The instructors arrivedg Monday and have personal e he rehearsals Thisentertainment is for benefit of the Episcopal church and wilt be given by prominent local people A good show is promised Rich Man To JailcIn an effort to break up the carrying of concealed deadiy weapons Gov Willson refused to pardon the jail son tences imposed upon several prominent men who must now go to jail In the case of Roger Hoffman of Bourbon county convicted of carrying concealed a deadly weapon and sentenced to pay a flue of 50 and serve 10 days in jail the Governor says Tins is an appli Canon for the pardon of the jail sen tence of a man of prominence Ten days for carrying a pistol il enforced will do more to stop the practice and save life and sorrow which the habit entails than a dozen jailings of men not well known Tire law makes no ItIMuch New Paving Upon invitation of Mayor Woods The Climax man took a stroll over tbe citv Sunday to look at the many new cement pavements being put down Important work is being done on near ly every street in the city which is evidence of u ii I I c tcommendablepaving is of the very best quality and workmanship thoug in a few places it is rather thin To lay this work thin is both waste of time and material for it soon cracks and cornea to pieces When properly constructed it will last a lifetime and it is econooj to have the very best made Richmond will soon have more concrete walks than tiny citv in Central Kentucky amour people should feel very proud of this fact Circuit Court Circuit court has been in session since our last issue and quite a lot of business disposed of Judge Benton who is always exceedingly kind to litigants and attorneys keeps the wheels of juctice turning ripidly and will not hear to the delay and parley ing sometimes indulged in to kill time lie is a splendid judge and a gentleman in whose presence it is a pleasure to be The civil business or the criminal docket either for that matter is small which speaks volnmns of good for our county The criminal cases are small in nature good proof that the people have stopped the old method of settling disputes with shooting irons in fact keep out of trouble A number of unimportant common j wealths cases have occupied the attention of the court and the dockets will likely be well cleared up The Grand jury is examining many per Dons and 4ulnjriil iiti power te Ma4 Ill 11 The Top 0 Th World This popular attraction will appear at the Lexington opera hours next F m Catineeperformance Drawing Big Crowds s picturehowsdrawing crowded houses The pictures are changed nightly the vaudeville n t ThursdayightSmith are the features Tonight last time Quinn Bras and the original bight73Oand Lively Fight OnaThe Popular Girl inaugu rated by Tho Climax is movingoff with a rush that promises to be the reatest in the history of newspaper work in Central Kentucky Last week a special prize was offered to the girl Dringin in 10 worth of sub sciptions and several of the handsome jewel boxes were given to sue- esslul young ladies For several reasons the vote will not be publish e wpianosilland one for the town These instru ments have been ordered sent to us and will be on exhibition in one of the storo windows within a short time They are good pianos as fine as can be found in any home and fortunate indeed will be the young lady who gets one of thembMeeting of Ladies All ladies interested in charity work in Richmond are earnestly requested to meet at Elks Club Rooms next Thursday afternoon Oct 14 at 230 oclock This meeting is for the purpose of forming a permanent organization to handle this important and noble work during the winter and it is hoped all interested will attend Such an would prove of great benefit As it is peo pIe asking alms go to leaders of all organIzationin irrespectlvecord of those rcciving help could be kept and much trouble avoided That the poor must be lookedafter there is no denying so why not go about the work in a systematic and bettet way Remember date of the meetlug ladles and be there Democrats Get Busy- A meeting of the Democratic county committee was held Saturday andS lot of business attended to The committee was well pleased with the out look in the county However the mem strongfishtprecinct Tire committee realizes that the ensmy is making a still hunt and that our friends the lads will bear watching As has been stated in The Climax it is important the taxpayers that every Democrat go to the polls and vote as by so doing it insures good government of our comitys business and an honest economical administra tion Everybody realizes the folly of placing tbe business of the courtly in incompetent and extravagant hands but unless the Democrats go the polls and vote this will ba done The meeting Saturday was attended by a large number of taxpayers and property owners of the county and the enthusiasm displayed gave evidence that the Democrats hare tinitlblleYhe p IlewlH tWiu The KentonMakeSelect Yours Early Before the Besti Are Sold As sure as fate early buyers get the prettiest Suits they skim the cream and let the other fellows have whats left Our stock is now at its bestour tables piled high with the seasons choicest fabrics and newest stlyes Now is the time to buy if you would choose to best advantage Quality guaranteed in every suit and prices reasonable 1000 1250 1500 1800 i 2000 2250 2500 NewHanan and WalkOver Shoes New Fall Overcoas New Hats Shirts Ties Etc One Price to all covicfO BANKSSTORE QUALITY organization Corn Exhibit Turley Eyans Agents for the Farm Department of tbe home Insurance o of New York hereby offer a premium of 5 for the best one dozen ears of white corn anil also a premium of 250 for the best dozen ears of yellow or red corn This corn is to be tied together and left at the State Bink and Trust Co before December 1st 1009 AH corn exhibited to remain tbe property of saidTurley Evans The exhibits will be remembered and the name of the exhibitor will not be known to the judges nntil the premium is awarded The judges will e Joe Collins and Judge E 0 Million ho upon disagreeing ma picks third an to decide The premiums will be- warded December court 4t Where the Money Goes If one will only make a few trips to the L h N elation and see the num ber of good lidies climbing off the in coming traits loaded down with big bundles he will readily understand why our home merchants sometimes complain about dull business The Climax man was at the local station a few nights ago and estimated that about 25 ladies got off the 720 train and each had large bundles of goods and hat boxes Had the money spent by that one delegation been spent with Richmond merchants it would have been a great help to the home men to say nothing of the fact that the coin would have been left here where husband or brother would have had an- therchance at it All this talk about eing unable to find what they want in Richmond mere boshpeople aim py think it sounds bigger to say they bought a dress or hat in Cincinnati If Richmond Is good enough tomato your money in it certainly is good enjngh to spend it in so think about this before giving your money to strangers Association Association of Public School People At Rnnjon Grove Saturday Oct 16th 1909inDcvotionai 10 Exercises 1015 Welcome AddressM Is s Jennie B Evans ResponseMr- Frank V Allln 1030 Relation of Parent to Teacher Mrs Mary Hayden Misses Lena Hart Hallle Boudinot 1FOO How soon and why should Agriculture be taught in the Public SchoolsMessrs B F Edwards Allin Davis Oliver Brooks and Robert Stockton 1115 Sanitary Condition of the Rural schoolMisses Olantha Bress ler Dorcas Francis and Martha J Hubbard 1130 AddressProf E P helley 1200 Dinner on tho ground 115 How Secure a longer term for the Country Schools Misses Maude Spainhower Maude Bailey and Rebecca Edwards 130 The Country Childs Oppor tunity for DevelopmentMrs J DI Powell Missed Tommie West Prof J B Harris 200 The Advantages of the New County School District Law Mrs M H Berry Misses Mary Bush Myrtle Dalton Mary Harris and W S Edwards 230JAddresa Prof E Geo Payne There will be some time given to general dlscussloa of the topics men tioned above sad all teecbersJschool patrons trustees and person interest ed 1 Public School work are Invited te tHe part in these discussions Bolwrt Stockton VIle Pre idnt Mlti Jt1t WkJH rr- The Juries Following is the list of juries at tletlpresent term of circuit courtBWL Arnold er S W Million 11 Hendren J N Flannery Talt Willoughby W A Langford Silas Alexander M F Ar buckle John McBride M M Miller and Marion CoyaThe Petit as Bonny DilIard Hill J G Ray Shelby Jett Ira Parks William Oldbam D C Griggs Wilson Eads J M Baden J C Miller Wilson Howard Allen eatherage Smith Haden John C Mason Jake Cuscick Eugene Barnes J F Hubbard B K Duncan James Cosby Obe Curry W O Griggs Wm Barnes Ben Boggs and Steve Green Official Figures Following is the official return from registration in this city Monday COVET HOUSE DetDocratic227RepnbJIcan Independeutuunu 0 CITY hALbDemo ratlcIOdRepub- lican i 1147 Ind pendentu u 6 NOKMAL Democraticuu182Republican 91 Independent uGFRANCIS DtmocraticuuuI9Republicanuuu11Independent 8 Prominent Citizen Dies After a long illness Mr Peter T Phelps died at the home of his daughter Mrs W J Collins near this city Saturday night Mr Phelps was eightylive years of age and has resided all his life in Madison county except a short time spent with relatives in Boyle county Ho united with tho Christian church when fifteen years old and always lived an honest uprightlife He is survived by two daughters Mesdames W J Collins of this county and Richard Cobb of Boyle His wife who was Miss Angcline McChord died several years ago Funeral services were conduct ed bv Rev C K Marshall at the home Monday afternoon the burial taking place at the Richmond cemetery Cecilian Club Notes The years work of the Cecilian club was resumed last Wednesday whor4S the first meeting was held president Mrs Kellogg In view of the suspension of work during the summoi considerable business had accumulated A delightful program miscellaneous in character was rendered The roll call Current Eventsbrought out many timely and interesting items Miss Dorothy Kellogg a talented pianist of Cin- cInnati played one of Chopins Etudes in a masterly manner Two voice selections were heard one My Dream II by Mrs Hanger the other 11 See The In My Dreams by Miss Laura Bright Others taking part on the program were Mesdames Ansll D Miller B L Middelton and J R Johnson all three of whom played selections from some of the best known operas Martha Lucia Di Lammer Moor and Tan Credi A spirited discussion oa the Opera as an Educator closed the program alter which the Basal social period was enjoyed A dainty lunch of lftd sandwkfc all elire s a urci Beautiful Addition The Climax man took a stroll through ienew addition being made at the arurnamwooda itgreeablyheadway made The streets have all been and the sidewalks made o thnitesidencesnd with weather will be r faeadyyear There is a great demand for property in Richmond and every new ouse for rent is gobbled up as soon as the paint dries Rent is unreasonably high and we know of no investment that will bring more money erectinldwellings A Plain Proposition Shall the City of Richmond con- tInue to rent school buildings is a question the voters are soon to be called upon to decide The following facts are worthy of consideration as an object lessonyThere were four grades 1st 2d 3d and 4th in the Barlow Building last year children crowded out of the main Those four grades crowded into small rooms averaged 101 pupils To teach these students cost 2050 for grade teachers 450 for rent 100 extra for music and at least 100 for extra expenses a total of 2700 or tuition of 12590 per pupil or 2 59 per month The corresponding grades in the Caldwell BuildiLg averaged 146 students The cost for teaching was exactly 1850 a tuition 01 1267 or 126b per monthMper would have cost to teach the average of 104 students in the Barlow Building 1317 It did cost 2 700 The school lost 1383 in cash l y renting Add to this the loss in service of the four splendid teachers In that building who by the very nature of the equipment could not render the city their bestaIf the city grows during the next year as it has in the past year there will need to be added atleast two more white teachers and one more colored teacher This will add at least anoth er 1000 to the money lost These are facts to which it is folly to close our eyesAs an example of the difference between renting and owning our build ing consider what lisa been done in tho Colored School this year Last year the School Board rented three small rooms outside and provided three teachers The children were mierably housed and cared for This last summer two basement rooms in the Colored Building were fitted up at an expense of 000 and now two teachers are doing the same work that three did before and the children are wellI housed and cared for The savin the city of one teachers salary rents and other expenses this year is over tOO This is one reason the schools are costing the city this year nearly 3600 less than last year The schools are costing too much money to run them and it is all due to uneconomic housing Iti the Colored Bdildlug there are 8 rooms of Standard size and three rooms 15x20 feet about half sizr There can be placed only about 20 pu pils in each of these little rooms and yet it takes a teacher There is only one economic way to rim school system The room should be of such a sizj and with such equipa mont that each teacher can maximum of service These facs should be carefully considered by every voter who desires to see the sch ols of the city raised to their highest efficiency and by the voter who desires to see the schools run for the least possible expense It is a plia business proposition J The Thomas Mfg Co will distribute one hundred bozea pC theIr tine SAIQ plea among the liUltM of ihis elty- pOIltfU tu Mwnlwi MM wtitfc h-eirttiir e it Tall Fire Alarm The new tower for the fire alarm has rived and will soon be in position is made of iron and will reach a hth of almost one hundred feet The bell to be placed at the top can en be heard lor many miles and as is a very large one its peals will- awaken the soundest of sleepers in ct we believe it would awaken a llow lulled to sleep by a windy ser mon on c hot day In center of the tower is an arrangement for drying the hose which will prove quite convenient and result in saving of the hose When the building is competed Richmond will have the swellest and best fire department in Central Kentucky Dont ScoldSMother dont scold You can be firm without scolding your children ou can reprove them for their faults you can punish them wflen necessary but dont get into the habit of perpetually scolding themMIt does them no soon become so accustomed to faultfind- Ing and scolding that they pay no attention to it Or which often happens they grow hardened and reckless in consequence of it Many a naturally good disposition is ruined by constant scolding and many a child is driven to seek evil associates ecause there is no peace at home others with their many cares and perplexities often fall into the habit unconsciously but it is a sad habit for them and their children Watch yourselves and dont indulge in this unfortunate and often unintentional manner of addressing your children Watch even the tones of your voice nd above all watch your hearts for- ew have divine authority for saying that out of the abundance of the heart the mouth speaketh P A C Infirmary The following reports of the P A O Infirmary show the good work be i ng done by that noble institution Lhey embrace all receipts and dis bursements aud make interesting reading From Oct 1 190S to Oct 1 1909 Bal on hand Oct 1 1908 21 41 County h 60000 City k3j63 Membership eeSd 09 00 Pay patientsz 1909 59 Donations n 33 49 Elks 100 00 Ballsamesu 138 01 Entertainment n n 19 2z Miscellaneous u 8 RR Total 3295 93 Expenditures for the year 3050 13 Balance 245 80 Disbursements from Oct I 1908 to Oct 190- 0NursesSalarie 103455 Housekeeping expenses 1186 61 Coal nnnu 167 2 Icennn i u 54 96 Water 40 70 Teepbonen 25 6- iDragsuu 126 45 Ligbtunu 77 46 Merchandise u 23883 Miscellaneous nn 107 67 Total 3050 13 Money received for buiidisg fand Coart day dIBaern 30 00 Sbasaari 1 40867 Dooatloyd 204 00 Pe ye1tn j 181 3t EuterNhii 9115 Fair tllr 2000 0 Btraast 100 00 tii 1dI6 1f UIJ Entries To Date IThe following names of young ladies been sent in for the big piano contest As each young lady starts with one thousand votes and their friends are going to work in earnesttthe race promises to wax warm 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 the number of votes entitled to It is not tco late to add other names 10 send in any you wish Mayme Powell Moberly Ollie Winkler Moberly Annie Cockrlll Waco Katie Pitman Waco ddie Mellon College Hill JiGertrudeSusau Doty Kingston i1 JlIarySallie B Parish Silver CreekJLula Wheeler 1Lottie 1HallieElizabeth Farris Red House Mary Hamm RuthtonjLucy Martha King Cottonburg Nora Cruse R F D 1 Richmond Bertha Lear Ruthton May Roberts Ruthton Ethel Garrett R F D 1 Richmond Annie Christopher RFD4 Richmond Nora Davis Red House Anah Asbill RFD4 Richmond Blur Northcutt Valley View Marlam NolandIN hAnneBessie Parks- Catherine Ellen Mattie Scottt 1Duncan The L ft N will run its last Cincin nati excursion nextSunday Train will t leave Richmond at 640 a m Fart 1 for round trip only 175 We understand these excursions have brought good money to the company this season as every one has been liberally patronized The theatres are all open next Sunday as well as most of the parks and there will be plenty of amusement for all who go Returning train leaves Fourth St depot at 8 p m When Times are Hard We are not sorry when times aro hard The women then cook npodlco with the chicken to make the chicken go round make good gravy to save the meat serVe apple pie oftener than plum pudding do away with the servant girls who cant cook and display their own skill stay at homo theyhavetry their hand at nice old fashioned gl fer bread instead of angels food the gemetal health Ls better and the people wW woli otherwise come and visit a 011 stay at house There Isf Mttof M Wcv1hs 4bbHt hard ti1 if lMIn I The WerW Hdnowued tnt Only Absolute Simke Cmwinwf Steve Hn Ecrth i THE WONDER OP THE AGE e HOT BLAST 11b TIGHT FlorenceII PAl STED JUNE 13 ISO t Tateot Sustained by U S Circuit Court July 5 latent Sustained by U S Circuit Court of Appeals March 6 1900 iIreollmituious and unscrupulous people who clnlm tohave n dove like or jtmt RS good as the Florence Do not 11 deceived by such false claims and find it out when ton late Exrnlne the Flolence carefully b1ore you buy NO SOOT NO SMOKE NO DIRT NO CLINKERS EVERYTHING CONSUMED jpAt the end of a seasons use with soft coal there will be osootin thepipp or flue t f THE ZENITH OF STOVE PERFECTION The only jointless leg bottom andbase with full radiation and larre ash pan that is on th rnarhet orhas ever been made in the interest of the stove industry The jointless leg bottom and base makes the stove air tight below the grate which is the only true fire keeping principl- eIt wilPbe as good a fire keeper twenty years hence as it is today The Hot Blast Air Tight Florence will heat twice the space heated that can by any other stove on earth at one the cost The only perfect floor heater that is or has been made All features are patented and no stove manufacturer yearsfromtion for damages lithe Florence is Operated According Ip Directions The No 21 will heat one small room all winter with 2 tons of slack or lump coal The No 42 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 allAvinter with J tons of slack or lump coal The No 53 or No 27 will heat 5 room all winter with 4 iOns of slack or lump coal The No 55 will heat a large store or school room with 6 iOns of slack or lump coal For a church less coal will be re mired Will burn a ton less of hard coal Base Burner of the same rize and heat twice the space THE HOT BLAST AIR TIGHT FLORENCE burns soft coal or slack and all the smoke and gases No filling up of the stove pipe or flue with soot No dirt inside or outside the house It will burn hard coal and all the gases which escape from a hard coal base burner It will burn wood and saw dust wet or dry It will produce onehalf less consumedfuelDouglas Simmons STOVE GIVEN AWAY On October 15th we will Give Away a 20th Century Laurel Heater whichVa grand drawing at our store and the person holding the lucky number will gel the Stove Everybody come and see ttii splendid Stove cats of which ar shown here Iis a work bealei Madison County Hardware 00 Public SaleActing as Executors of Robt Duorscn deceased we will sell at Potts Mill on O99AT155 Acres more or less of Good Land outbuildingsU30 or 40 beadof Yearling Cattle 5 or 6 head of Mules 3 or 4 fine Milk Cows And a number of other things TERMS made known on diy of sale LaRUE DUEUSOX LAFAYETTE DUERSON I Executors K L POTTS J LONG TOM CJIENAULT Auct I 4cisiANGEt You will find our Shirt and Colla work as fine as it looks from a distance Conscientious care combined with the same kind of equipment and liclpa assures you of THE work that is on par with that of the best metropolitan establishments Try THE Laundry once and youll always have your bun dIes sent to us LaundryHugh Weve Rounded Up the Best J Our large purchases of the choice furniture now on display has I enabled us to get the best stylesand to name the lowest prices Now is the time to refurnish your home one room- 7 or to buy apiece of Furniture for that odd corner that you have needed Be sure to make an early selection from OUt showing t UMAN and HIGGINSK HOME FURNISHERS c tFurniture Carpets and Stoves Qposite Hotel Glyndon Richmond Kentucky w are H MUittiifc f for Sewing Machine Suppli for aU 5acbi lfS r RI 1 j f f f1f dr tc S c p r = Ill The only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape VCreaxzi cf Tartar akrngftwder I Absolutely To Live a Century- It is said by observing the following rules one stands a Rood chance of being a worthy tneniber ot the Hun tItcdrcat Club Eight hours sleep Sleep On your right ride Keep your bedroom Window open all night Rare a mat to your bedroom door Do not have your bedstead against Ibo wall N cold water in the morning but a bath at the temperature of the body Exercise before breakfast Eat little heat and see that it is welt tlo ked Eat plenty of fat to feed the cells which destroy disease germs Avoid intoxicants which destroy those cells Dally exercise in open air Allow no pet animals in your living rooms they are likely to carry about disease germs Live in the country if you can Watch the three Dsdrinking water damp drains Take frequent and short holiday Limit your ambition Keep Your Tt m per Lucky Editors The editors of the Harrodsburg Herald are lucky bachelor Ilrre is i list of the useful and ornamental articles which admiring patrons presented to them last week One Equaeh of last years growth looks as good as new One petrified terrapin One peel of npplf Ono threecored nppe One stalk of corn with four ears One live chicken hawk Two ears of corn each 36 inches long and 0 inches around containing iSO Bruins Oao tenhorned tobacco woiui Pleasant Treatment Let me kiss those tears nwatl he begged tenderly She fell in Iris arras and he wts busy for the next few min mites And vti the tears flowed OD Cant iiolhilic flop then he naked breathlessly sari 01J the murmur ed it is hey rvr yon kiv Bui goon with tho tr Tn e Only When Taking Do you stinii an itA titasked a SheShv CMIIIV ooqtar ivutni had consulted Nnnno he fcpaiUvrtxJ 1LI stat ststarainer whim I ttttrtlk1 PUBLIC SALE OF City Propeit The undersigned Executors ot II R Dillingham will on Friday Oct 2909 pursuraut to the antliqrity given to them by said will sell at public auction to the highest and best bidder the following described property in the city of Richmond 1 The lingo brick dwelling house known as the old Holloway Home stead The lot ou which this residence is situated fronts Hillsdale avenue 125 feet and runs back in parallel lines perpendicular to Hillsdale avenue 210 eet and then broadening out sors to include a garden in the rear contain lug in all about 1 12 acres The build ing contains eight zooms large halls two cisterns in yard and a smoke house Land on the whole is a very desirable piece ct property 2 A fine building lot on the east oi said residence lying between the resi Irvunestreetfronthngilihledaleavenue back in parallel lines perpendicular isiniprovedbyframe building used as carriage Louse The lot lays well 3 A fiue Duilding lot on the west- side ot brick residence fronting hills- dale avenue lent and running back fa parallel lines perpendicular thereto 210 dwelllnhouoCO feet and runs back in parallel lines perpendiculnr to Hallie Irviuo street Ito feet to the lice of the garden of the brick how and bounded ontho north by a ten foot alley 5 Lot No 5 fronts Hallie Irvine street CO and runs back 140 feet and is bounded on the south by a ten foot alley amid on the north by tho Z euian therelllAfterpieces of property separately it will then be offered as whole and sold so as to lnigeatamountofmoiieyTlie theletwl10wiuIpayableJanuary beduespectivelYlD six and twelve months tor bearinitlaterestsecured bya lies on the property lIDBaybura t I u Tbrp OE OhWI4 ui1I 1II r Cures RenycDoubt About Eczema Cure itcadWhat Your Druggist Says About Oil 02 Vlntergrcen- Conipouridi Since the oldfashioned theory of curing eczema through the blood has beengiven up by scientists mans different salves have been tried for skin diseases lint it has been found that these savlos oIy clog the pores and ban hot psnatrato to the inner skin below thoeptdtrmts whore the eczema germs are lodged This the quality ofponetratinp probably explains the tremendous success qf the only standard liquit eczema cure oil of wintergrcen as PrescriptionAfter worlds leading skin specialists have accepted thlsas the true eczema cure We ourselves do not hesitate to recommend D D C Prescription at 1 00 a bottle but the benefit of prescriptionspeciallargetrialoffer now This ilrst bottle ought to convince every sufferer and at ant rate it will surely take away the itch at once Sold by Stockton rlagan e The Sneeze There exists an nticieut se Tiimodicai statement which tells flint the sireczc is healthy anti should not be suppressed It Is one of those stuck sayings which are always uttered by laymen on the vague authority of sonic traditional doctor whose tin me Is suppressed in favor of the udjective eminent It Is one or the timings about which you inoutaliy pledge your self to usk your bwli doctor but when It ctmitS to the jKilut you never da tellhur you do not get the opportunity rininnerit be until sume future occasion To our own mind the odds are that sneez ing Is a wholesome habit fur It Is an unpleasant one Of course there are people who cnn sneoM sihd not look ridiculous but they liie few Any one caught Iti the net of trying to suppress it sneeze is n terrible ndfltilon to thp luulscipc and If you nut to sneeze and cannot what gnryoylo co iW hold I canQIc to you That JiM iuy con torted face that quivering iiMJiitl and that deflucted 1IOSttiiVbT your ouu tenant is souietUiutf worth tmttrtins two entliedls mum It Is as iion1l Jurfnelalami that to nniui his fretiilctl Humor Have you clti tieitrd a scwpsrinn of unit n doswr ssrtwsh It Is now perieiMv that iiaa ISh xtIt1nlltmrHy Ir rltntlug ftLCtlu atloi Clabe Wheat Land For Rent About 1G5 acres of good wheat land for rentpow in corn wIn rent as- a whole or in parcels For particulars call or adthess JOE CHENAULT it Richmond Kv Executors Sale OF Vaab1c City oerty The undersigned as executors of the will of II B Dillingham and as agents for his heirs and devisees will o- nFriday Oct 15 J 909 beginning at the hour of 10 oclock otter for sale at public outcry to the highest ana best bidder in front of the late residence of H B Dillingbam on Main street in Richmond the following pieces of real estate located within the corporate limits of the city of Richmond Ky 1 A substantial modern brick latelyoccupiedall the land contiguous to same con taming three acres moro or loss The house is substantially built amid handsomely finished contains nine rooms including bath and store rooms and has a superb collar and gasThenecfssaryoutbuildIng riage house and has an entrance by an alley to the rear premises front throughthe2 Also Ii acres of land located at pikenndrcsldedce Ly IL D Rayburn this lot is improved with a substantial two story frame dwelling contains six rooms and barn end other necessary outbuildings atIcontain about three acres more or less and will be sold in separate parcels and would make One sites for anykindon following terms one third cash on tbe 1st day of January 1010 for which security will ba required and tho residue in two equal installments due respectively in six and twelve months after the lit day of January 1910 de ferred payments to bear interest at the rate of 6 per cent per annum from Jan 1 1910 at which time possession will be given putchaser and to secure payment lien will be reserved The tittle to this property is absolutely perfect and sale will be made distribution reservation for purpose fjSH Thorpe iosaaalt flrtr r == ttl i 1 r o C 31 = it t U J Enqu4e Hats p300 IcrYIR v Tw Eide r s r f Shirts JtOO L50 f Now is the Time To Buy WINTER UNDERWEARJ iII 4 3 i tfr Mens Standard Fleece UnderWear SOu quhtyI 3Pc tI1 Metis Extra Fine Ribbed Underwear 980 quality l 55u riMens Extra Fine all wool red Underwear 125 quality u Ose M Mens Extra Fine all wool gray Underwear 125 quality f 98c t 1 Fleeced Ribbed Underwear extra heavy per garment 25c iBoys Union Suits all SIzes each 25c N1 Boys Union Suits velvet lined each 50c Ladies Fine Elastic Ribbed Underwear per garment T ei jlv l29cr jIi t ladies1 Fine extra heavy Fleece Underwear per garment 4 jjgti l 2l i it Ladies pure white extra heavy Fleece Underwear 50c Lidieb all wool white or scarlet Underwear 125 quality per garment + Se t 1J I Ladies Tlibbed Qnion Suits all sizes X J 0i1 Ladies Fine Ribbed Union suits all sizes J 75c K Ladies Fine Combination suits all sizes 125quTJlity i Hc F Ladies Print Corset CQverso x J c 1 Misses Oneida Combination suits all sizes V rT M Misses RibbedFleechLiued Combination suits all sizes T tc j Misses Ribbed lull trimmed Fleece Vests L i Misses Ribbed full trimmed Fleece Pants 25C ChildrensiSeavy Ribbsd Vests and pants in sizes from 16 to 22 15c each ChildrensHe vy Ribbed Vests and pants in sizes from 24 to 26 t 20c eachjChildren Heavy Ribbed Vests and pants in sizes from 28 up 25c Jersey Ribbed Wrappers 7 lOc each Infants Fine Elastic Ribbed Wrappers oo 156 each Infants Cashmere Glovefitting Wrappers 00 25c each I The Rubens Infants Shirts v z 2JC each H Ladies Flahnfiiltte Night Robes 50c 7bC and 100 MensFlan el te NightRobes r v 75 and 98e- i1tl ti 1i 0 t i J p 1I Respectfully Submitrcd to the Cash Trade j 1E v IIiider i Hats 3 Stoughton Shoes 350 and 4J t ji L =iH k = t = t======C t I t 1I TRY AN AD IN THE GLI MAX 4v IT WILl PAY YOU t t lr gf 1i l i iJ c Terms Cash A Fat it b s Th oR l l iQ dff 1Ld R 9S Emperor and qualityr Infants Enquirer SUrprlsetIJ A Big VVilDHu = t Passed the first quarter ahead ofaU previous efforts and swung into the half with a vim and determination to break all records Every article marked in plain figures Jt tz9 saleDrop7 see for yourself j Hrowr9s WonderClip off the dollars from all previous records in price rediicTions Read below for proof SII Drapery Department Flat Braided Curtains 50 inches wide 3 yards long regular i Jtpriee COOyFall Surprise Priceuuu 4 SO trJ Curtains CO inches wide 3 yards long regnlar price S3 50 Fall Surprise Prico 2 80 g Nottingham Curtain 50 iiicJfes wide 8 12 yards lone regular price S2o Fall Snprlse Price w- hLOit Cross Stripe Madras Oartainp 30 inches wide 8 yaids long reg ular price 3 50 Fall Surprise Price i 2 GO Cross Stripe Madras Curtains 8G inches wide awards long rpp h ular pricul76 Fall Surlirice Ti dcou 1 40 Oriental Portier W Inches wide a yaids Itimig megular price tI 600 Fall Surpfifio Price4S- Ot Plain Mercerized Portiers in all colors 50 inches raids f long regular price 1000 Fall Surprise Price 8 00 50 inch Madras In plain and Oriental colors regular price 5123 ItaU Price lC 100 Tapestries and Damask at Great Uduc ion V i Art department 03W850Lene FahlSurprisePricer 1000 9 Gounod Composing Faust regular price 20 00 Fall Surprise COtiprise 4 CO SurprisePrmcea 22 50 Colonial Mantle Mffror regular pi ire S20 CO Fall Surprise P lce 15 CO r A T1 45c 4e Regular Price if ChargedfJ r quotations yido3 Pricec Rug DepartmentCarpet j r S YJ11 3x15 AxrainsUr regular price 4500 rprise Price 27 50 tJ10 Gx SurprisePrice 37 50- v 100x130 Axminster regulorpricA375O Fall Surprise Price 30 00 i 9x12 Seamless Wilton regular price 5500 Fall Surprise Price 35 00 9x12 Seamless Axminster regular price 3VOO Fjll Surprise rtr 509x12 1 i I 009x12prise Price fx I 18 50J J Parlor Furniture e tilt HIColonial Mnliocaiiv Pettpo upholstered seat mnFback regular COMatiosany tJIfl COMftjmjrany tprice l1800 Fall Surpise Price h 9 CO 1 tpnceMahogany Chair to match regular price 1500 Fall Surprise tJtt700Colonial rJThreb00Three f 4000 Fan Surprise Price 20s i CO f E H c1F1 BROKER COMPANY 1Z r WflUCXYeiii HiJ 1II C 1 Tr The RICHMONfO CLIMAXS 71 Popular Girl Piano Contest If The Girls Start in Race With Energy and Deter inatonEqual Chance for All r i THE VOTINGIS NOWUNDERWAY Rules of Contest RICHMOND Climaxissent free subscribers of thepneyear to Climax Contestants are re= quested towrite us for copies of these paper to canvass ithIAnnouncement This piano andpopular Aid contest will be conducted on strictly business principles with perfect justice and fairness to all concerned Prizes The first prises shall be two fine firstclass pianos valued at each One piano will be awarded to the winner residing In Richmond and one to the winner residing In Madison county Many other valuable and uBCful presents will be given and announced later Winners of special prizes offered from time to time arc not barred from any other award- sCandidates Any young lady In cftherof these districts is eligible to enter in this contest The most popular young lady Is the one who shall receive the moat votes In her territory To her shall be awarded the beautiful upright piano to be given away in that territory Classes of Voles The votes are Issued In coupons of the following den om In tlonsNew Subscriptions 509 votes for 1100 oneubscrlpUons Renewal Subscriptions votes for Loj on subscriptions Jack Subscriptions votes for luxi on subscriptions General Subscriptions Standing of the Contestants will be published In this paper more or less ripeularly same to be compiled from editors re cords as ballot boxes are locked No employee of the paper shall be a candidate or work in favor of a contestant m7lF 7I F If Womemts Woes j Richmond Women Are FIn lIDI Relief at Last FElt does seem that women have mol than a fair share of the aches anr pains that afflict humanity they must keep upmust attend to dutlei In spite of constantly aching backs or 4headches dizzy spells bearingdown must stoop over when to stoop means torture They must walk and bend and work with racking pains end many aches from kidney Ills Kidneys cause more suffering than anyother organ of the body Keep 1 the kidneys well and health is easily J maintained Read of A remedy for kidneys only that helps and cures the i kidneys and Is endorsed by people in this locality j Mrs J W Pumphroy Danvilfe St 1ILancaster Kv says My expedience Doans Kidney Pills leads mu to believe that they live up to the claims made for them I suffered a great deal from backache and at night could not shep on this account On several occasions my back became so painful and weak that I was unable to attend to my household duties Being advised to give Deans Kidney Pills a trial I did so helped me from the llrst and had I continued taking them long enough I believe they would have effeced a complete cure 1 wv compelled however to dls on tinue use fora time but am now again using them and am cer bin that they will soon rid me en tirely of kidney trouble Foe sale bv aIL dealers Price 50 cents Fosierftlil urn Company HillY II Sew York sole agents for the United Sttes Rfmener the namcDoansand take no uthr slm JGBOSLEY Physician and Surgeon Office over Stanifer Sopers Kooms 2 und 3 tit RJCHMOND i e PUojicSJJ Hcs Phone iO m Gail up C W Cobb at Red House Ky for Country Hams Country Bacon Coun try Lrdthe kind your mother had Phone 2462T1HIs pu J ad is directed at the I man who has all the business in his line in this community g Mr Merchant You my youve got it all Youre aell ing them all theyll buy any how But at the same tine you would like more busJAMB q Make tkic communky Wf more j Advertise strongly ecnaikt ently judiciously t qsuppeyoucanbuyakofwashtubi a big wiwhtub 1ein tkla paper Put in an jnvitme picture of a washtub Jhere people co ez it the JIute they look at your ad Talle strong oa washtub And youTi find every woman in this vicinity wo JiM been getting fttong with a rickety washtub See years and years will buyooeiom you f Thats wiv iowpA N t r r RELIGJOUS THOUGHT Q mt Cleaned From the Teachings Sr All Denominations Redlcion in Its highest sense is the aspiration of man after God the feel ing In nan which urges him to bring GOO down Into his soul and the lifting ot ttte soul up to God Rabbi Tobias 8chtber Chicago Grace It Free Qofv grace is ever to be bad for the letter Nit we know not what nor tftHM BT how to ask unless we know Mtr fr4 and those we can know only fcy tipect1ongey Thomas It Mc Gui maD Catholic Boston A Nctlont Blessing A pmother is Gods sunshine to Mesa Ml to save A nations greatest Mesag Is mothers good enough grand Z5M for their boy and girls to admire to reverence to love them Rev Dr John Reid Shannon Methodist Eptsaopal Washington wan of Ridicule lUdfeulo has killed more men and women than poison Many a man bent upon reform and a true upbuilding of character baa been swayed by a sneer or by laughter when Just a little pres sure of a helping hand would have wired birnRev A P Wedge Baptist Lowell Mass tuodof Up to Date Thinking Many men who today wear coats of the latest cut cherish Ideas which are a style ot five centuries ago before the reformation of Luther began What we meed today Is a style of thinking as up to date as the manner of our dress Rev Robert Fulton Presbyte nan Indianapolis Ind Blessed Are They Who Believe The worldling may have his pleasure and the fortunate man his happiness but the believer has and Is satisfied wltk the blessedness that comes from his faith in Christ membership In his church and his moral influence in the life of the worldDr Evans Congre gatlonallst Cambridge Mass Svrvlng and Ministering to One Another To be really great one must serve his fellow men and nay attempt at self seeking will be fatal to self development Ministering to others Is the evi denco of real greatness and although the cAre of self may be the first law of nature to deny self is the first law St grace Rev William Halloway Main Baptist Philadelphia Be True to Yourself Smite the untrue the unclean the unwholesome things to death Beyour self be true be natural be honest be courageous dare to have convictions and yoa will not be Ingloriously lost In the mimic maelstrom of the multitude Goo has never ceased to use the men who dare to bo themselves Rev H H Scott Methodist Cleveland O To Make Good People Nothing can make good men and women that does not take them first as Individuals and go to the very roots of tielr beginning They need to be put right In their fundamental rela tionships Impressed with a sense of their duty to God and man and fur nished with an adequate motive pow erRer W R Taylor Presbyterian Rochester NY Perseverance In Divine Life True believers may become Indlffer est and lukewarm but they cannot finally and totally fall away from the state of Salvation and shall persevere and be finally saved They may fall late eta and error bnt he that bath tagBB a good work in them will per twIn It until the day of Jesus Christ Ber Dr John Lee Allison Presbyte EMYMhlngtoi Truthfulness and Sincerity A MB first duty to himself Is to be atacercVto meaa what he says to say wlat k means Insincerity under Bristi very ether Thrtu Its Inward see te altogether evil Truthful Bceo 1Iaot merely speaking the truth It is mere theM that Truthfulness is BlrapHeity In character and sincerity In motive Rev Dr Thomas Vas Ness Unitarian Boston Why Man Needs a Seod Wife A BMk needs a good wife to help him interpret and diecover himself Mas ealy cornea to hIs beet under the seanhsft transforming influence of a noble wife seek wifely companion kip tead to elevate fak motive to vitalise hte consctec it lay the bun dOIIoC ethics to MB nature to give hte Whole life a braad r horteoa B v bf fete X4t MQ lktiI1iIe- tilllh lh w WIt at exceptInEach contestant is requested to send us a cabinet size photograph for publication as soon as convenient Make up your mind whom yqtt Ore going to vote for before coming to the office We positively will not decide the matter An awarding committee of three of the best business nfen are to be appointed to make final count and distribution of prizes lOne thousand votes will be given free to each young lady nominated during the first thirty days A free ballot rood for greaterDartContest not to run not less tItan ninety days The day of closing will be announced about thirty lays in advance Tlieiight 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 are 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 count During the last two weeks voting may be done in the seal ed box tit 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 furnished for this purpose This guarantees n fair and square deal to nil concerned V Lhff m 7 7I7F We are all possessed of a longing for some Joy a craving for something that the heart can never be at case until It gets But true satisfaction never comes in this life for we can always long for something more When then dejection comes and life seems weary let us stand In thought on the mount of the transfiguration and refresh our selves beholding the glory of the Lord and let us so live that when the end Bomcs we may see him In eternal glory In heaven Rev David W learn Ro man Catholic Boston Our Life In the Future Death Is but a stage of development We enter the future very much as we have left the present life We will progress in knowledge In holiness in happiness or in the evil courses and tendencies of our earthly lives and in view of this fact how important becomes the state In which we enter life prepared or unprepared rcnsual or spiritual the servants of Gcd or of the evil one In the light of this truth of immortality what grandeur attaches to life How incalculably it Is Increased in value when we see it under the as poet of eternity What care one should have to his acts when they are seeds reaching ut Into undying ages How different become our alms and plans when they are not to be broken by death but to be carried forward on larger scale hereafter Rev JunIus B Remcnsnyder Lutheran New York The Forests on the Niger The Insects of Africa are expert dis ease carriers and they come in such numbers on the Niger that one hardly dares to ue ones lump or go too near a light of any sort at night These forests on the Niger are deadly places for all their haunting attraction anSI take a big toll both of European and native life Yet the first three days on the Niger with all its mud and Its smell and Its mangrove tIles and its frogs and its crickets are enough to give the newcomer an inkling of the drawing power the fascination of what Is probably the most unhealthy country in the worldW B Thomp son lu Blackwoods Dodging a Slander During a suit for slander brought in an Ohio lown one of the parties was asked by the presiding magistrate Is It true as alleged that you dew dared that Thomas Mulklns had stolen your pocketbook Your honor responded the man I did not go sd far as that I merely said that if Mulklns had not assisted me In looking for the pocketbookI might have found itiChlcago flee ardIIesdld Before and After She was a frivolous fashionable young woman with beaux galore but one man with only a small income seemed to be the favorite Youll have to work hard before you win that girl said his mother And n good deal harder after you win her answered his father who knew what he was talking about His Poems May I otTer you this little gift Frau lein Kate Excuse meI never take presents from men But it is only a copy of my book of poems In that case I will accept I thought It was something valuable Fllegende Blatter The Place For It An old Scotswoman was advised by her minister to take snuff to keep her self awake during the sermon She answered briskly Why dlnna ye put the snuff in the sermon mdn The Shake What did you say last night when Jack naked you to marry him I shook my head Sideways or up and downtEost- on Transcript Tlitrclsuo piety in keepIigafl un just promUe German Proverb Aaklq VIt mayall be very well so far as the trusts are concerned but not when itc0jea tQ chills and fever andraa larlaQuit the quinine and take real cure Bailards Herbiha Con lkiDs htO Jwrmful drugs nit is ascertain M iaIf it dbesat surer 701 MMMJT fcki P 4yhrry- V i PRIZES One 4QO Smith Barnes Piano andmany other valuable and useful presents to be announced later Winners of special prizes offered from time to time are not bar red from any other awards iIL rJ F v ffi F a ij George III and the WIgmakers When George III ascended the throne of England his wealthy subjects were beginning to leave off wigs and to appear In their own hair 1f they hull any As thp sovereign was himself one of the offenders the per uke makers who feared a serious loss of trade prepared a tltlol in which they prayed his majesty to be gra ciously pleased to shave his head for good of distressed workmen and IIthe a wig ns his father bad done be him When the petitioners walked to the royal palace however It was noticed that they wore no wigs themselves As this seemed unfair to the onlookers they seized several of the leading processionists and cut their hair with any implement that came most readily to hand From this Incident arose a host of curious caricatures The wooden leg makers were said to have especial claims on the kings consideration In asmuch as the conclusion of peace had deprived them of a profitable source of employment hence the suggestion that his majesty should not only wear a wooden leg himself but enjoin the people to follow hIs laudable example As Others See Us The man who can pick out the best picture of himself Is a rare bird said a photographer Even an author who is reputedly a poor judge of his own work exercises vast wisdom in select lug his best book compared with the person who tries to choose his best pHotograph Every famous man or woman who has been photographed repeatedly has his or her favorite pic ture Usually It is the worst in the collection It shows him or her with an unnatural expression sitting or standing In an unnatural attitude The Inability to judge of his best pIc- ture must be due to the average mans Ignorance of how he really looks or perhaps It can be partly attributed to a desire to look other than be does A stout man will swear that the photograph most nearly like him Is the one that makes him look thin a thin nina the one that makes him look stout the solemn man selects the jolliest picture the jovial man the most cadaverous Philadelphia Iedger A Famous Quotation- A story about Krats Is quoted by the late Sir Benjamin Ward Richard son In his Lives of disciples of Arsculaplus Jlr Stephens a friend of the doctor once told him that one evening at twilight when ho and Keats Were sitting together in their student days Stephens at his medical books Keats engrossed In his dream lug Keats called out to his friend that he had composed a new lIulA thing of beauty Is a constant joy What think you of that Stephens- It has the true ring but Is wanting in some way replies the latter as he dips once more into his medical stud ies An Interval of silence and again the poet A thing of beauty Is a joy for ever What think you of that Ste phens That it will live forever A happy prophecy Indeed Slightly Hold with Snow When you see that kind of a veath er forecast you know that rheuma readyforlards Snow Liniment Finest thing made for rheumatism chilblains frost bite sore and stiff jointo and muscles all aches and pains 25c 50c and tlOO Sold by Perryand Thomas oltn Farm For Skunks A farmer in Ohio has started skunk farm The plans arc to sell tho fur and the oil But the strangest kind of a farm Is one In Mexico The man believed he was purchasing paradise- ol roses but found when he got there it was thexreverse All he could raise was grneif rattle snakes horned toads and lizzards can be called game Ho sells these things to tourlstsand Is making goodeven with such things For Rent itore room e FtSt hlthJe for oUt rMN Way Happiness Misfortunes and trials are great edu cators and the way to happiness does not lie in attempting bring l ur cir cumstances up to our minds but oar minds down to cur circumstances Let us build our house on the hilltop of heerfulnpgs FO high that no shadows may rest npou it and where the morn jag comes early and the evening tarries late She is to be pitied whose house Is in some valley of grief with the longest night and shortest day God has put us here to make the world brighter and happier by our lives and evelY one of us hhonldstudy how to be a blessing to others We must get the wrinkles out of our brow and we must have smiling faces Let a man go home at night wcrn and weaned by the tolls of the day and how soothing- is a word dictated by a cheeriul dispo sition It is sunshine falling on his he fit He is happy and the cares of life are forgotten Smiles kind words and Jooks characterize the children and peace and love have their dwell ings there Home should be the center of joy A Banquet spread before you would do TOU no good if you couldnt eat What god call food do a child when as soon as it enters its stomach it is eaten by babyIsGive it Whites Cicam Vermifuge It will expel the worms and act as a tonic for the child Sold by Perry Thomas olm The Perfect Man There is a man who never drinks Nor smokes nor chews nor swears Who never gamblesnever flirts And shuns all sinful snares lies paralyzed There is a man who never does A thins that is not right His wife can tell just where he is At morning noon or night lIes dead I Let V7Howl Let em howlV Let em row h Let em stamp it fair or foul Let em screech Bawl and preach Blow their trombones AH and eachVJust sit tightV Youre all sight Weve a hunch youll Win your figlii Stand up Cook Youre no spool Its a cinch you Know roqr book I Where He Belonged An exchange gets this off at the ex pens of anAdventist He prophesied that the world would come to an end at a certain late put on his ascension robes climbed to the top of his straw stack and waited his doom He got tired oi waiting anti forgetting himself felt asleep Some boys discovered the man and touching a lighted match tithe straw awoke him Gazing around at the flames on every side ho cried out In hell just us I expected Too True Parents oftentimes wonder who or what has ruined tlieirboys They have been in school every day but the teacher either does not teach them any morality cr else Ii8 teaching is a failure The truth is the boys are on tile streets from the time sclicol closes until late at night The street corner teachIinall thebad language and idle vicious habits ot boys are taught on the streets at late hours of the night Teachers may be abIeVt accomplish a little in counteracting evil influences hut much of their labor is in vain until par outs cooperate with them in keeping their bojs off the street Send ia name ol some youmr lady b It1 l1Me te wta OInb- f CI a 1 VV Several of the Handsome Special Prizes were given last week Others will be offered later on r if- VV THE CLIMAX VOTING CONTEST wwl909I hereby Foggost or nominate tile name ofn AddressVIas a young lady worthy tobeome a candidate in the Popular Girt Voting Contest The editor shall not divulge my name and this does not obligate me in anyway SiJnedw Address Address all Communications or to TIlE CLIMAXKentucky jlk I JL lf 7if7I 7I i 7 j What is Love The man who has never read the works of Robert G lugeisol has missed one of the greatest feasts In the literature of intellectualI The following is his Love1 Love is the only bow on lifes dark cloud It is the morning and evening star It shines on the babe and sheds its radiance on the quiet tomb It is the mother of art Inspirer of poet patriot and philosopher It is the air aiid light of every heart builder of every home kindlerof every fire on the hearth it was the first dress of im mortality It fills the world with mel ody for mnsicis the voice of love Love Is tue magician the enchanter that changes worthless things to joy and makes right royal kings and queens of common clay It is the perfume of that wonderful flower the heart and without that sacred passion that di vine swoon we are less than beasts but wjth itearth is heaven and we are godsV PUBLIC SALE OF City Property The undersigned Executors ot IL B Dillingham will on Friday Oct 2909 pursuraut to the authQrity given to them by said will sli at public auction to the highest and boat bidder the fol lowing described property in the city of Richmond 1 The large brick dwelling house known as the old Holloway Home stead The lot on which this residence is situated fronts Ilillsdale avenue 125 feet and runs back in parallel lines perpendicular to HMlsdalo avenue 210 feet and then broadenine out soes to include a garden in the rear contain lug in all about 1 12 acres The build lag contains eight rooms large halls two cisterns in yard and a smoke house and 011 the whole is a very desiiablo piece of property 2 A lithe building ot on the east oi said residence lying between the residence and Hallie Irvine street fronting Ilillsdale avenue feet nnd running back in parallel lines perpendicular thereto 210 feet This lot is improved by a small tworoom cottage and A frame building used as acarriage4umce The lot lays well 3 A flue building lot on the west- side ol brick reaideuce fronting hills dale avenue 00 feet and running back in parallel lines perpendicular thereto 20 4 4 A building lot in rear of dwelling house which fronts VFIahiie Irvine street 60 feet slid runs back in parallel lines pcrpeudiculitr to Hallie Irvine street UO feet to the line of the garden of the brick house and bounded on the north by a ten loot alley 5 Lot No 5 fronts Hallie Irvine street 50 and runs back 140 feet and is bounded on the south by a ten foot alley and on tho north by the ZseiiKUi lot being aboutOO feet wide at the rear Alter the sale of the above described pieces of property separately it will then bo olTred as whole and sold so as to realize thn lat Rest amount of money The title tpajl of the property Is per feet and possession will be given on the 1st day ol January 1910 The property will be sold on the following terms One third of tile pur chase money will be due and payable January 1 1910 for which security may be required and the balance will be due in two erl installments duo re spectively in SlRBd twelve months till which notes will be required bearing interes4t the rate of six percent and secured by a anon the property HDEaybufa 6 H Thorpe 1 r VJOhault aw 0 r VV Dr Robt C Boggs DentistVTelephonj 267 Office in Oldham Building Dr C H Manh rt Graduate McKtllippVetetinai College ot Veterinary Surgeon CALLS ANSWERED PROMPTLY Office at Vaugtn Smnels Stable Telephone 80 RICHMOND KY O DlI OHENAVEJLT- ATTORNEYS AT LAW tlCHMOKD KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen nIts grocery R Emmett Million Successor to Bursln Den- nyDENTIST Over State Bank i Trust Company TELEPHONE 2M Dr F S Smith DENTIST Hobson Building PHONS ios A S1JJJL1V A ATTOBXEYATLA S10HMOND KENTUCKY mce over State Bank Trust Co op tosite Court House on Main Street Harry M Blanton zx DENTIST Yomce to Bennett Iluildiur ijialy lEi2PnONB 195 Dr Hobson Dentist McKee Block vv Ilr1 i UsermfugcThE VO Ei rVl uIiTHE CKJLCaCHS FAVOFH7E TUiCV tlVIA miTYnOH THt tNf tnsfkfiO OIIY 3Y aIfd novi Llanert Cr aT LU15 mao Sold by Perry Thomas Cures Sick Turkeys Mr Clinton Woodard Wllinore Kv sats I cured my hogs with jour Boubon Hog Cholera Remedy and my wife cured some sick turkeys with your Bourbon Poultry tJure They are both splendid remedies Sold by Perry Thomas Richmond Ky Taken Up As Estray Two black shoats weight about 50 pounds each Came to my place about two mouths ago Owner can bavje same byproving property and paying charges Sept 29 09 v Jno J Todd 4tV t Terrill Ky Lost On Speedwcllor Big Hill Pike a red and black bugjy lap robe Bring to tnis office and get reward Wheat Land For Rent About 165 acres of good wheat ldfor rent npwii corn Will iBet- aa whole or npsrcespsrbeiNea- hi 0H4IeIfOJfIIifltTLTt n IV c VV OODFOR zfm xooVOTES IN THE Popular Girl Piano Contest j For lIissu UhwSCatThis Coupon Out and Vote It Nominations Richmond Notice Having purchased the Coal and Feed business of Mr J Ballard on Aspen ave we use this method to in vite our friends and the public for a share of their patronage We handle the celebrated Rich Mountain Jellico Coal which we guarantee to give perfect satisfaction Give usa trial order and get acquaintedwith our Coal and method of doing business SIH Thorpe Two nice rooms for rent with board Mrs J T Palmer phone C33 tf Business Change Mr J IL Kennedy has severed his connection with Golden Flora or this city and accepted a position as representative of PeterBurghard StOll6ICo of Louisville This firm acknowledged tobe largest stoneJcompany in tireSouth and their is in all the leading cemeteries ot the country Being now with this 1 wellknown and rbliable firm Mr Kennedy isin position to give eus tomers the very highest class of work fhebe delivered when promised IllsVheadquarters are in Richmond and heVwill be glad to furnish estimates to any needing tombstones or monuments or any kind of stone or marble work It 4 Estray Hog A mountain sow came to IIcourtfor Owner can have same by identLVfying and paying chargesI1m Irvine pike The Lexington Herald Acknowledges but one superior among the morn ing newspapers of Kentucky It is the First Newspaper m Central Kentucky and in many respects the i First Newspaper in the State The Basis of this Claim The Controversy over the Discovery of the North Pole has been the world sensation The Herald is the only newspaper in Kentucky to purchase and receive the copyrighted stories of both claimants to the honor The Fight for the 1909 Tobacco Pool has been one news topic of overshadowing State interest for j past three months The future historian when thering for material upon which to make up the finpl torical estimate of this history making struggle willVfind in the files of The Lexington Herald the most cornVplete contempory record The Most Complete Reports ever given was the verdict of those who attended the recent centennial convention of the Christian Church of Kentucky Otlsthe way in which this event was handl d by the Her ald Kentuckythe 4 1 agriculture the great Kentucky news center The iILexington Herald is the only paper that prints the news of the Blue GrasstHave you Page re cently Nothing else in Kentucky equals it If you are interested in sports read The Herald a week and II you will be delighted Blue Grass Farmer EditionII printed every Monday morning is growing in circula ticSncompetent will hereafter devote his entire i time to making this the one Great Agricultural Week ly of KentuckyVf The Sunday Herald alone is worth the yearly subscription price It corn pares favorably in the extent and variety of its fea tures with the largest metropolitan Sunday papers VV A Special Offer For the next two weeks The Herald offers to scndVVa-ll editions to new subscribers to January 1 on receipt of lOIThe Lexington Herald COmp i likiorporMedV J t r to KentkyV VV J Io VV r J iYMianx J Uii ifils t f 41 i n c rii from stock from Umbrellas J BriStOllfferEstablished Clothing and Tailoring House in Richmond GLOBE AIR TfiHT 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 a Good Stove at an Honest Price See it in operation You will like it i H y i SOLD EXCLUSIVELY BY woD0 Buckley CO EAST MAINSJTREET RICHMOND KY Dont get the idea into your mind that all yards sell the goods at the same prices Theres olways one yard that leads is better stockedand closer priced than all others especially in BuildingMaterial Come in and let us convince you that ours is tnat yardyour perplexities will end and your wants be satisfactorily filled As an experiment isnt it worth trying ED BLANTON COMPANY Telephone 425 Near L A Depot Sterling 1 Clothes ARE THE BEST- CLOTHES tCfl tolShrink or Fade r t 0 years experience the factory guarantee in suitstall sizes smallest boy to largest man Newest in city to select Fine Line New S- tyleHats anFurnishing Goods Suit Cases Trunks etc at lowest prices for high class goods Oldest PH0T0GRAPHSofthechildren their friends pictures for your family and your wlfna piqtures for you and the children both to look on in future years and bring back the childhood days again We take them and take them so well that they catch all the charms and preserve then for you The Schlegel Studio JIcGaughey Moberley Notice to Creditors- All persons having claims against the estate of T J Douglas deceased are requested to flU same properly daysfromestate are requested to call and settle same Mrs TJ Douglas Admx Sept 8 1909 6841 Testifies AlterFourYears Carlisle Center N Y GB Bur yearssgoIcured of kidney trouble by taking two edyItsediment and pain and all the symp toms of kidney trouble disappeared and after four years 1 am again pleased to state that I have never had any return of ihose symptoms and I am evidently cured to stay cured FoleyVIidney Remedy will do the same for you GREAT FR SALE STill ON sellONEHALF alsohavex Overcoats for Menand boys Flannel Shirts of good quality and many other articles such as Shirts f Collars and Mensr Furnishings all a- teOI1 half PriceIand lower Thse goods must go at some price Come at get your share Now isi your chancelIn addition to the above stock we have just received a large stock of FINE SUITSan4 Overcoats for men boys and childrenf all new anduptodate of best quality and made by the best clothiers We also have a new everythinginpricesbeforebuyingwe take pleasure in showing you Look for the Fire Sale Sign o StatinIteFNUtetrwfrc InRat w I l jtSo d t f e tWdr 1 t Kentucky Game Lav The quail shooting season closes January 1 Rabbits caa be killed ten months in tho year from November 15 to September I5neopen sea sons for squirrels extend from No vember 15 February 1 sod from Juno 15 to September 15 Quail shooting is lawful only six weeks in the year from November 15 to January 1 But few persons understand the law pro tecting game in this state and the penalties for violating same The following table gives tho open ads son for all kinds of game Open dates include first date but not last date given SquirrelJuno 15 to Sept 15 SquirrelNov 15 to Feb 1 WoodcockJune 20 to Feb 1 Doves Aug 1 to Feb 1 Duck and GooseAug 15 to Apr L DeerSept 1 to March 1 Wild Turkey Sept 1 to Feb 1 Rabbits Nov 15 to Sept 15 Quail Partridge and Pheasants Nov 15 to Jan 2 No open season for English Mon golian or Chinese Pheasants License Nonresident 2560 or as by same his state ProhibitedSale or transportation oi bird orfoul killed within state Netting and trapping birds is pro hibited o Hunter may be transported with his gametl Penalty for violation f5 to02500 Netting seining trapping poison ing dynamiting fish isprohibited Some birds and other insectivorous birds protected the year round The possession of rabbits squirrels or other game Is prima facie evidence of guilt and each fowl or animal constitutes a separate offense A Hard 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 o lm Feeding Cattle Scarce Good quality feeding cattle are as scarce among marketing at all points at this time as they were a few months ago Those who have wellbred young steers evidently feel that they are worth morn at home with a re cord corn crop to course of growth than at market says the Drovers Journal Feeder cattle buyers are confronted with a situation which possibly many had not anticipated Those who did not stock their pas tures with relatively heapsteers available a few months ago and who now come to market looking for good quality kinds find that only such grades can be bought by competing with killers and paying killers prices A short time age both corn and feed fug cattle were considered too high in price A few weeks hence tho feeders may not stop to consider corn values but may face a much higher cost of feeding steersFarmers Home Journal For a clear head a stout heart and strongmind DeWitts Little Early Risers gentle safe easy pleasant little pills DeWitts Carbolized Witch Hazel Salve is unequalled for anythingwhere a salve is needed and is especially good for Piles Sold byall druggists olm Billions Feel heavy after dinner Tongue coated Bitter taste Com plexion sawi Liver needs waking up Doans Regnlets cure billious attacks 25cat any drugstore Executors Sale OF V lU DI8 mty roITty The undersigned as executors of the will of H B Dillingham and as agents for his heirs and devisees will o- nFriday Oct 15 1909 oclockofferhighest and best bidder in front of the late residence of H B Dillingham on Main street in Richmond the follow ing pieces of real estate located within the corporate limits of the city of Richmond Ky 1 A substantial modern brick residence on West Main St occupied by H B Dillingham with all the land contiguous to same con taining three acres more or less The andorooms including bathand store rooms and has a superb cellar and gasTheoutbuildfugriage house and has an entrance by an alley to the rear premises from throughthn2 Also Ii acres of land located at the Intersection of the Big Hill pke and Boggs land now occupied as a residedce ty H D Rayburn this lot is improved with a substantial two story frame dwelling contains six rooms and has barn and other neces sary otbuildinga 3 Two tracts of land located at the intersection of the L N and L A Railroads The tracts of land contain about three acres more or pareelsanykindon following terms one third cash OH the 1st day of January 1910 for which security will be required and the e in two equal installments due respectively in six and twelvemonths aftertthe 1st day of January 1910 de ferred payments to bear interest at the rate of 0 per ceat per annum from Jan 1 1910 at which time possession will be given purchaser and to secure payment lien will be reserved absorlatelywithout Mservatloa for purpose of diatribaatioiu IHTitecpeiT Vhc nUll u t For Sale Fine Blue Grass Farm BThe undersigned as executor of the estate of James Bennett deceased will on Thursday October 14 J909 at 10 oclock a mon the premises sell at public auction the fine farm of 223 acres ot land known as the Dr Scott place situated just outside the city limits of Richmond Ky on the Tates Greek pike and within one mile of the Court house On this farm is a firstclass twostory six room exclud ing halls and pantry residence with large cellar stable and all other neces sary Improvements The entire farm is in bluegrass and is now in the high est state of cultivation Being walhni and sugar tree land it is genuinely fitted for raising tobacco It is abundantly supplied with water We will alao at the same and place sell to the highest and best bidder the following personal property viz 40 Extra good feeding cattle weighing about ilOO one mare and mule colt one mare and one mare mule 2 years old past unbroke- nTernirsFarmOnethird cash bal ance in two equal Installments due in one and two yeais with six per cent interest from date of silo Personal property will be sold for cashFor further information apply toi S C BExErrExecutors W C BENNETT Long Tom Chenault auctioneer Foleya Honey and Tar clears the air passages stops the irritation in the throat soothes the inflamed membranes and the most obstinate cough disappears Sore and inflamed lungs are healed and strengthened and the cold is expelled from the system Refuse any but the genuine in the yellow package Sold by Stockton Son olm Regulates the bowels promotes easy natural movements cures con stipation Doans Reguluts Ask your druggist for them 250 a box PUBLIC SALE OF VALUABLE City Property I will offer fr sale on promises on Wednesday Oct 20 J909 at 2 oclock p mjthe handsome brick residence known as the Barlow prop etty on Collins street The house con tains seven rooms and has basement under entire building Lot is 200 x 200 feet Is ou one of the best streets in Richmond and is very desirenble in every way All in fine repair Will al so at same time offer a splendid building lot pllslreet Lot is 130x230 feet and nicety situated Terms made known on day of tale John Allman Long Tom Chenault AncU- x Baby wont suffer five minutes with croup if you apply Dr Thomas Eclectrie Oil at once It acts like magic Eyt Carriage Warks B M LACKEY Prop Carriages Runabouts BuggiesI 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 81201 Perry Thomas are pleased to an nounce to customers that they have secured the agency forZemo the best known remedy for the positive and PimplesDandruff form of skin or scalp disease Zeruo is a clean liquid for external use gives instant relief and cures any form of skin or scalp disease by de stroying the germ that causes the disease leaving clean healthyskin Perry Thomas will gladly show you proof of many remarkable cures made by Zemo FiJN Yeager THE UPTODATE JEWELERSec- ond Street opp Court House Large and complete stock of Watches Clocks Diamonds ti Jewelry Silverware Eyeglasses We cal1e attention too repliiringUftlJ J 1r Ballards Snow Linimentor Positively Cures Rheumatism Neuralgia Lame Back Old mdc9 Sprains Bruises etc Give it a Trial and be Convinced Three Sizes Prico 25 50c and 100 BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT CO JAMES F BALURD Proprietor ST LOUIS MISSOURI Sold and Recommended tatffggT gfSBBI PERRY d THOMAS The selection of the GitbGraduate can best be made here We have a splendid as sortment of small Gold Jewelry Watches Chains Bracelets Lockets NecklacesAll of the very best and of the character that will give mutual pleasure to both the recipient and the purchaser All specially priced for this occasion Your xamiuation is respectfully solicited L E LANED P Armets Old StandMain Street V 1 l George English I 1 l PLUMBINGDoctor l l l l Gds and Gasoline Engines I il Agents i for Johnson Bestd System of Water Works for country and suburban homes I 210 E Main Street Phone 619 l RICHMOND KENTUCKYl Freeman Griderr Real Ejtate Fire Life Accident and Liaollity Insurance Agents If you want to sell your property list it with them If you want to insure it see them r Office over Parry Thomas Drug Store Supreme SotisfociionI in every Salad made with Ferndell Salad Dressing- It saves time and you run no chance of your Salad being a failure Its absolute ly pure its flavor is delicious its eco nomical because it can be reduced without loss of flavor 25 Cents Bottle- sT T Couingtoq Co Phone 72 232 West Main street Important In order to close out quickly we offer al- lAnnouncelndllt Spring and Summer Goods j it Cost In aLe S s nan Cast We will not carry over anything and to move them out have slashed prices right and left Here is a chance to get the best bargains ever offered Come early and get first caoice We are now receiving our immense stock of Fall Goods r consisting of every new creation in Womens Wear and must make room for these geods We bought them jt very tow figures nml inn sell fclikni lnwoV than you can find tee same qaality elsewiiere JB WalerL oJ I Fw swr 7 jlI Contractors and Builders I l l Estimates furnished on short notice on buildings of kind We also have a large and complete stock 1all of Mantles Grates and Tit I I r TODDSONI I t1j tQ 0c FRESH QYSTERS GOOD SEALS COLD DRINKS EVERYTHING GOOD TO EAT ALL HOURS RICCrS NEW RESTAURANT Fancy Croceries Fruits Candies Cigars Tobacco Corner Main and Second RICHMOND KY FRESH OYSTERS For By our Pneumatic Water System water is forced anywhere in bouse 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 undertronnd no freezing or bursting of pipes Entirely automatic in action Air pressure cecerated by hand pump windmill or engine Sold on 30 DAYS TRIAL Awarded two medals and two diplomas at SL Louis Worlds Fair Hundreds of our indrridnal water works plants are in use We have many letters from these satisfied users and have published about fifty of them in book form It makes a book of strong personal opinions a copy free Costs S7500 and up according to your requirements Write for full par C A BURTON WATER SUPPLY i KanSas City i Mo Ii 0M tp 1I The Burton Water System I Water Works Country Homes COMPANY The latest best and cheapen plant for storing water under pressure always reliable sure and safe Can be put in bv yourself and operated by hand motor gasoline engine wind mill and Is the latest and best water supply system This system is Ideal for farms country homes suburban places and can be adopted to anyplace condition or position These systems are the very l est If you want to fit up your place modem and have all the latest improvements Splendid for tire protect your property Get a Burton System on your place and have baths and all the comforts of a city home The cost Is slight the ben ts great1 ti JF Sold By Richmond Motor Plumbing Company Incorporated y 5 This cut shows a well with hand pump I r1NCHSlR V Repeating Shotguns t pjBJlNDORSED by the U S Ord nance The choice of over 450000 Sportsmen Used by Charles G Spencer who led all other trap shooters in 1908 with 9677forJo yearWinchesterstrong and simple they arc THE REPEATERS THAT OUTSHOOT ALL OTHERS TA flood Stove Saves HEATA Defective tpiIeHence we handle only the very best stoves that we know are reliable j We Sell the f i Wonder fluting toui AND TIEh1 Model Cooking v Stove v i Sold Under a1 Absolute Guarantee Taylor Oldhani The Ltjulkie Hardware Men rn U 0l bIe