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J Section Iff f HEirCt10IVOLUME36i L RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 1909 y NUMBER 2Q I 1 er fl r I5 l tj t II f SPOT CASHf ii kr t p FiRNITRESALEBe Ending Saturday October 30 we will give cut prices on all Parlor Suites Davenports Ejopk Cases Bedroom Suits Folding Beds Dressing Tables China Cabinets Side Boards Buffs Dining Tables Hall Racks Druggets Mattings and many other things too numreous to mention Dont overook the fact that we carry the largest and most complete stock of Furniture in this city This is a golden opportunity for young ij people who intend to go to husekz ping end every housekeeper boarding house and hotel keepers will find this an excellent opportuniy to sup ply their wants in this line This is no odds and ends sale It incudles goods of style and quality Com expecting to see the grandest fur niture values offered in this and will not be et tever city you disappointed e o o e e Bed Room Purnitilrr V Bedroom Suites rg Priee125Sale Price 95 00 Bedroom Suites reg price 9500 Sale Price 75 00 Bedroom Suites reg price 6500Sale Price 39 00 J3 drom Suites 00njjfBed room Suites ref price 3000 Sale Price 2250 i edroom Suites ref price 2750Sale Price 1G 75 i BRASS BEDSrOBraeS Beds reg price 5000 Sale Price S3i CO r Brass Beds reg price 3000 Sale Price 19 00 Brass Beds reg price 9 00N 1e Price 16 75 i IRON BEDS IronBeds reg price 2250 Sale Price 51500 Iron Beds reg price 1500 Sale Price 9 75 Beds reg price 1000 Sale Price 695 rIron Beds reg price 300 Sale Price 1 45 i Just Received a New Line ofI Parlor Suites f Parlor Suites genuine leather regular price 57 50 Sale Pricej5Vqo Pat los Suites genuine leather regular price 4500 Sale Price 32 50 Parlor Suites genuine leather regular pride 3000 Sale Price QOOt Parlor Suites chase leather regular price 2850 Sale Price 1775 f i Wardrobes Wardrobes good beveled mirror oak regular price 3750 r Sale Price 27150eI Wardrobe oak good glass regular price 2500 Sale Price 1750 Wardrobes oak regular price 2000 Sale Price 15 75 Wardrobes oak regular price 1000 and 1250 Sale Price 7 75 Book Cases Combination Book Case regular price 1500 Sale Price 9 95 Combination Book Case ref price 1200 8 45 Regular Book Case reg price 2250 Sale Price 16 95 Regular Book Case reg price 1800Sale Price 13 75 Regular Book Case regular price 1000 and r 1200 Sale Price 7 95 Rocking Chairs rW haye a hundred different styles and patterns in Willow Oak Mahogany arid Early English Rocking Chairs and have cut the price to suit everyone If you want to rock cheap now is your chance GoCarts We will sell all GoCarts regard less of cos- tSide Boards Side Boards oak neat beveled mirror regular price 1800 Sale Price 512 50 Side Board best seasoned oak good mirror 5regular Price 17 75 Side Board handsome plate mirror regular price 3500 Sale Price 23 50 Side Board fine golden oak regular price 4000 1 27 50 t Side Board oak newest effect of the seasonrregular price 5000 Sale Price 37 50 HallRacksHall Racks regular price 3500 Sale Price S5 00 Hall Racks regular price 3000 Sale Price 21 50 Hall Racks regular price 2500 SalePrice 17 75 Hall Racks regular price 2000 Sale Price 14 75 f r t Hall Racks regular price 1600 Sale Price 0 95 Hall Racks regular price 1000 Sale Price 6 95 AII ft TH- EEnglander f Couch BedsT- here is always a time when you need an extra bed and if you havent a spare room in the house 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 feltmattress Gall andet Sale Prices DRUGGETS Plu lets 9x12 reg price 2500 Sale Price 51875 H cc cc 2250 Sale Price 16 75 fiH cc 1500 Sale Price 9 g5 i 1 850 Sale Price 5 85 l COMFORTSI Comforts regular price 250 Sale Pricesi 76 Comforts 14a5 Comforts regular price 175 SalePrice 1 25 Comforts regular price 125 Sale Price 85 s IL t z 1 ww g li7 yt f E Dont forget 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 bar= if gains Positively Nothing Charged at Sale Prices Oldilam v LackoCORN- ER ItF i j f f0Z 2ND AND IRVINE STREETS RICHMOND KENTUCKY S r C ft oJ z5N- c i l c j c u J o 0 r c ui I e t w IUWRIUI iirtr LJ1 Established and Tailoring House A1 T HOT BLAST llllll L j Burns SLACKor SOFT COAL Without Smoke orSoot HeatsDouble the Space Heated by any other Stove with half the fuel Clean Neat Economical The land tobuy for service A Money for People who want a Good Stove at an Honest Price k Sqe it in operation You will like it Jf r 1 f YIt t j I SOLD IXCLUSIVELY BY wo CO EAST MAINuSTREET RICHMOND KY Dont get the idea into your mind that all sell the goods at the same prices Theres olways one yard that leads is better stocked and closer priced than all others especially in- Lumber and Building Material Come in and letus convince you that ours is tnat yardyour perplexities will endand your wants be satisfactorily filled As an experiment isnt it worth trying ED BLANTON COMPANY Telephone 425 Near L A Depot 8S IARE THE BEST CLOTHES tf r 1 i P Bench Tailored Ready to Wear Guaranteed not to or Fade ft 1 jySars eXperienCe the at01iY guarantee in suis all sizes from r mallest boy to largest ftnJn Newest stock in city to select from Fine Line New Style Hatsand Furnishing Goods Suit Cases Trunks Umbrellas etc at lowest prices for high class goods a StoufferOldest Clothing in 6LOE T1H Sayer DoBuckley i1IIHLTMiT11IH ifiI yards Sterling hb Shrink Hi RichmondHOTOGRPBScftbc children pictures for their friends pictures for your family and your wifes pictures for you and the children both to look on inIfuture years and bring the childhood days again We take them nnd take them eo well that they catch nfl the charms and preserve then for you The Schlegel Studio I Moberley Notice to Creditors All persons having claims against the estate of T J Douclas deceased are requested to file same properly daysfromestate are requested to call and settle same Mrs TJ Douglas Admx Sept8 1900 I C84tf Testifies AlterFourYears Carlisle Cente N Y G B Bur agoIcured of kidneytrouble by taking two RemedyIsymptomand after four years am again pleased to state that I have never hadany return of ihose symptoms and I am evidently cured to stay cured j Foleys lidney Remedy will do the same for you GREAT FIRE SALE STill ON atONEHALF alsohaveOvercoats for Menand boyst Flannel Shirts of good quality and many other articles such as Shirts Collars and Mensr Furnishings all at Orienalf Priceand lower These goods must go at some price Come at get your share Now is your chance In addition to the above stock we have just received a large stock of FINE SUITSan- dOvercoats for men boys and children all new and uptodate of best quality and made by the best clothiers We also have a new everythipginpricesbeforewe take pleasure in showing you Look for the Fire Sale Sign ndJ S StanifeFwJIfe 5Pf Wain Street oppo c Madi00 NaHoiul BtoklII1 t 1uh l Tie Richmond Climax NBIJSB0J DERI H THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO Incorporated A p MILLER Preset and Mangr LOUIS LANDRAM Editor if PRESS ud PUBlISI FFICE 100 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE VEDNESEAY OCT 20 1909 Must Not Kill Them The closed season for the hunting of rabbits and qui rels is now on and it is against the law to kill these ani mals from now nntil the beginning of the quail season on November 15th The law governing these animals was passed for the purpose of affording protection to quail during the two months immediately proceeding the expiration of the closed season Some hunters take advantage of the oppor tunities offered for other game and kill quail while supposed to be hunt ing rabbits and squirrels Piggs Pure Apple Viriegar- 8l2m Zero Courtship The Practical Young Man and the Girl from Boston had known each other for nearly two weeks and two weeks is a long time when there are moonlight nights and a stretch of Sheltered bea h with an old wrecked schooner snuggling down comforts bly in its sand grave It seemed although they had known each other for years and years The Practical Young Man said so and the Girl from Boston knowing him agreed with him One night when a fleecy cloud pissed accommodatingly across the moon and the sheltered beech seen cd oven more sheltered than usual and tile old wreck was actually redolent of romance instead of tar on that night the Practical Young Man so far forgot himself us to ask tbe Girl frviu Boston if he might kiss her The Gill from Boston shivered Oh sirii she cried I have never been kissed in all my life Thats all right said the Practical Young Man Dont let that wor ry you I suppose someone has got to break the ice The Richmond Steam Laundry ol your service Call or ring 52 Kentucky Game Law The quail i shooting season closes January 1 Rabbits can be killed ten months in the year from November 15 to September J5 The open sea sons for squirrels extend from ty vember 15 February 1 and from June 15 to September 15 Quail shooting is lawful only six weeks in the year from November 15 to January 1 Dot few persons understand the law protecting game in this state and the penalties for violating same The following table gives the open sea son for all kinds of ganie Open dates include first date but not last date given Squirrel June 15 to Sept 15 Squirrel Nov 15 to Feb 1 Woodcock June 20 to Feb 1 DovesAug 1 to Feb 1 Duck and GooseAug 15 to Apr 1 DeerSept 1 to March 1 Wilt TurkeySept i to lebo 1 RabbitsNov 15 to Sept 15 Quail Partridge and Pbrnsants Nov 15 to Jan 2 No open season for English Mon golian or Chinese Pheasants License Nonresident 25pO 01 as by same his state ProhibitedSale or transportation oibird or foul killed within state Netting and trapping birds is pro hibited Hunter may be transportedwith his game Penclty Jar violation 5 to 2500 Netting seining trapping poison ing or dynamiting fish is prohibited 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 eparate offense Regulates tbe bowels promotes easy natural movements enics con yourdrugiist The Cost of Living- The average housekeeper finds some difficulty in getting the full measure of satisfaction from the return of the country to trade activity for the cost 01 living which has been increasing so rapidly for most of the past thir teen years is again advancing from the slightly lower levels brought by the depressicn of 1908 The Review of Reviews points out that all that all through the past sum mer the prices of the necessaries of life have been slowly advancing reaching on August 1st the highest figure reported for that date save one in 1907 It Is rattier startling to see that the practlcrllycreased over 49 per cent since 1896 The Bradstrcet Agency has selected 106 articles of domestic consumption and has kept a careful record ot t heIr prices month by month for seventeen years The highest point ever reached was on March 1st 1907 after which came the moderate slump caused by the financial disturbances of that year We are now marching steadily back toward this high re ordand the August figures jreonly 68 per cest below it Some of the individual eases of increased cots are much averagePorkret to 21 75f eggs ftom J2jc dozen to 28c in large cities mutton from 5fc II pound to lie cora from lie a bwEbel Jo SOc wheat from 64o a hushI6 H20 and so forth The figure give M3H J e iepriflM JwijMi a nife MM MhnuMM to th ultimate qwapaw 1 biff dfeWedlv greater c iIiJjIA i JIit ID ++++ ++ 4++ + t+ It is now unlawful to kill rabbits or squirrels until Nov 15 V H Ferguson ol Bourbon bought in Louisville 60 head of 1034pound cattle at 4i cents Velmar Texas marketed 20000 turkeys in 1908 and the crop is said to be 25 per cent larger this year A Hardin couniy grower has shIp- ped 1200 barrels of apples from his or chard this season and says it is the banner crop of the State rG A Bale the auctioneer has jUt returned to Lexington from Centra N Y whore he conducted a record breaking sale of Gucrsncy cattle 92 head from three months on average 4381 n head M H Ferguson of Fleming couny attempted to quiet two borsos which wore lighting when a vicious stallion seized his arm just above the wrist in his teeth and crushed it to a jelly The animal held on to the mans arm until beaten of with a club by Mr Fergusons son Thejirst sale of the now crop of 6urley tobacco in the Cincinnati mar ket took place last Wednesday Two hogsheads of fine Carroll county leaf were offered one red leaf brought 1375 the other colory brought 1475 A 214 acre tract of law was sold in Shelby county for 44000 The land was bought only a few years ago for 20000 which is a practical illustra tion of the remarkable increase Inland values in Kentucky The Cincinnati Enquirer of Satur day published its annual estimate cf the Burley tobacco crop of Kentucky Ohio Indiana and West Virginia approituatelvof 200000000 as was anticipated Maryland and Dcleware this jesr marketed tho largest strawberry crop in the historyof the State From the peninsula territory 16 GiG 406 quarts were handled making a total of 1456 cars W H Wilson sold to Schoberth Edwards eight 950lb fat steers at 4c McCarthy Bros sold to S Veil 12 head of 1000lb steers at 4 12 cents Schoberth Willis sold 150 stock sheep to W H Vgsou at 050 a head and 50 to Hob Coyle at 025 Woodford Sun t Louisville Times As an evidence of the rapid increase in value of Kentucky farming land within the last few years the sale of 214 acres six miles east of Shelbyvillo on the Southern railway for 44300 is re ported It was owned by the real estate firm of bong Marshall who brought the land live years ago al 100 an acre The purchasers were the Karcber Bros who live near Cherokee Park and who will use it for truck farming The purchase cropsliveplace valued at 0000 First class kindling for sale Richmond Cooperage Co 921 tf YThe Boy The problem what to do with the boyis one that nearly every father of a boy must face Sooner or later the boy must go out into the world 1o make his own way What is he to do Is he to be a lawyer doctor merchant mechanic flow many parents asks a writer have studied their boys to see if they could find special aptitude for a certain line of work to meet only with boyvouldIndlclte I could do something for him But why try to make a lawyer out of him when he doesnt know himself whether be wants to be a lawyer or a railroad brakeman the father may say in es laming his embarrassment Yet youthful preference is of little value Rare indeed must be the man that can not look to his boy ood days and Jind that at various times he had am bition to be a circus rider a railway engineer a champion prize fighter a criminaUawyer a pirate an Indian lighter and Jesse James The unreliability of the preference of youth as a guide to the fature is shown by C W Bardeen in an article bisIEleven years ago in a Massachu sects town where I was superintendent of schools I sent a questioner to 467 children between 12 and 16 One of the questions was What vocation do you expect to follow The purpose of the questioner was to get material fjr a talk to theyOung people of that community Less than a year ago I mydendwoodqd in getting authentic information respectiug the vocations of 406 of the original 457 Of the 400 live were following the vocations they had select ed eleven years ago Ipresnme that throughout this country not over one percent of children in the elementary grades will follow the vocations they night choose today However there is really no occasion for the father of the boy to take too much at heart his boys future Give the boy the best ad vantages tbatI can be afforded Rot necessarily expensive advantages in the way of elevatingenvironment of books and associatesWater reaches its level and in the eBdmost of us reach about theolMwhIch we are fitt Genlusca1 0 suppressed jxi Johnnie Got There TohnnlefPop do babies ever cass now9 F therWkjAo iJolianie babies never curse JohnnleOh yes they did poppthe Bible says so FathorJohnay you Must fee crazy Tbiborn NJ HunIT1WiUbuy farm town lots or anything else in the Real Estate line Any business intrusted to him will be promptly and carefully attended to See him if his services are need ed BUC DOTY SURVEYOR Solicits the Patronage of the Genera Public Prices Reasonable See him or writs Union City Ky 1 WALIJPAPER We have added to our busi ness a Hue of Vall Paper consisting of thee Latest and Most Up ToDate Patterns from 5cts a bolt up We are practical in this line of work andwill be pleased to have you call and get our prices Estimates furnished for any sort of interior decorations B Juett Son Phone 449 145 First st Money to Loan on Good Farm Lands The Northwestern Mutual Life In surance Co will lean money at 6 per cent nlerest on good improved farm lan A1l Mortgage Apply to J C Cheuanlt Atty 6Otf Richmond y For Sale- A No 1 carriage in good condition practically new for sale cheap Aso a two sent trap which may likevv sr be bought at a oargain May be seen at Richmond Motor Plumbing Co tf A C Scanlan Gold Q Flora The Monument dealers have added to their business a PNEUMATIC TOOL PLANT ffhich will enable them to d better work than ever before Phey have a large assortmem f Granite and Marble and invite their friends to call md inspect their stock and work Satisfaction guaran 9ed tiolden Flora With Zaringrs Patent Flour a good baker becomes even better And even an iUhxpellence one can get satisfactory results If tho pirl dopsnt turn out good biscuit bread or cake dont blame her at once It may be the flour Older a sack of Zuin a Patent today ond note the results Its dollars doushnnts she will do better with ZariuRsTatenl Flour PUBLIC SALE OF VALUABLE City Property I will oiler fr sale on premisesvon Wednesday Oct 20 J909 at 2 oclock p m the handsome brick residence known a the Barlow prop erty on Collins street The house con tains seven rooms and has basemen under entire buildlne Tot y 200 x 200 fet Is on one of the best etseets in Richmond and Is very desireablo n every way All in fine repair Will also at same time offer a epleiidli building lot on B street Lot is 13 Jx2Sa feet and nicely situated Term made known on day of eale John Allman Lon Tom Chenault Auct Baby wont suffer five minutes with croup if you apply Dr Thomas Eclectric Oil at once It acts like magicPerry 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 Zemo is a clean liquid for external use gives instant relief and cures any form orskin or scalp disease by destroying the germ that causes the disease leaving a clean healthy skin Perry Thomas will gladly show you proof of many remarkable cures made by ZemoKy Carriage forks B M LACKEY Prop Carriages Runabouts Buggies Road Wagons Surreys Carts We handle the best brands on the market and sell them on an absolute guarantee of satisfaction Prices Always Lowest Foleys honey apd Tar clears tl e rlr passages stops the irritation in the throat soothes tbo inflamed membranes and tbe most olistinnti m h disappears sore and inllamn ungs are he81Mand strengthened and the coM is expelled from thesy em Refuse any but tbe genuine i lit yellow package Sold bj Stock ou Son olrn F J Yeager THE UlTO lATE JEWELERSec- ond Street opp Ooi rt Hoi Large and omplte stic f Watches Cocks Diamonds Jewelry Silverware Eyeglasses We call especial attention tour facilities for repairing All work done promptly and fully guaranteed z hew Quarters We are established in our new quarters in the old City Hall building and ara better prepared than ever to care for your skins Bring u your Hides Furs and Iron Fresh Groceru and Vegetables in se- asonJhurmaft Grocery Company ===== Furs Hides IronI pay the market price for Eurs Hides Iron Rags Etc If yon cannot bring them write or telephone and I will call M WIDESTELEPHONE 2C3 203 Estll Avenue RICHMOND KY Its Building Time p you intend to erect a house store house barn or other buildings I will be glad to make drawings andjsubmit prices on your work Repair work neatly and promptly done First class work guaranteed Get my estimate before making contracts for anything in the carpenters line ofo Jo Jo j J J J GFF STONEDR1GH14QrIKY oJ n ti Lr c p i4I4I4r4i4i TODD 180NIi I Contractors and Builders l j Estimates ucnished on short notice on buildings of l 5 all kind We also have a of large and complete stock l t Mantles 1 Grates and Tiliifg 1TODDON+ ir 4r 4 41 4I4r 4I4 4 + tJ ts 0L JL FRESH OYSTERS GOOD MBALS COLD DRIXKS EVERYTHING GOOD TO EAT ALL HOURS RICCIS NEW RESTAURANTF- ancy Croceries Fruits Candies Cigars Tobacco SecondRICHMOND KYCorner Main and FRESH OYSTERS ny HpCN WN For Homes BT our Pneumatic Water System water is forced any where in house stable or yard for all domestic purposes and for fire protection Cool water in summer and ice water need not be supplied to stock in winter Tank nndercround no freezinz or bursting of pipes Entirely automatic in action Air pressure generated by hand pump windmill or engine Sold on 30 DAYS TRIAL Awarded two medals and two diplomas at St Louis Worlds Fair Hundreds of our individual waterworks plants are in use We have many letters from these satisfied users and have published about nlty of them in book form It makes a book of strong personal op1nicasa COpy free Costs 55OO and UP accordinz toyour requirements Write for full par U A BJRfON VVATEX StJLiC- O 1PNY Kansas City SnI I 11eni 0 m I I rrWff4ff H n The Burton Water System roI Water Works Country rMo The latest best and cheapest plont for Ktorinc water underpressure always reliable sure and safe Cult be put in bv your self and operated by hand motor jrasoliiie engine wind mill and is the latest and best water supply system This system In ideal for iirnis country homes iubtirban places anti can beadapted toany place condition or position verybestSplace modern and have nil the latest Improvements Splendid propertGetplace and have baths and all the comforts of a city home The cost is slicht the ben ts great h This cut Miowsn cif tern hincl rumP audISold By Richmond Motor S- Plumfen OiJii y Incorporated = st 1i tit bnws a well v ili im inimp I tt INCHESIIIIp- v Repeating Shotguns ajNDORSED by the U S Ont IIjnance The choice of over 450000 Sportsmen Used by Charles G Spencer who led all other trap shooters in 1908 with the unprecedented record of 967756 for 11175 targets and by five out yearWinchesterstrong and simple they arc LTHE REPEATERS THAT OUTSHOOT ALL OTHERS IJ A Good Stove Saves HEATA Defective One Wastes It r Hence we handle only the very best stoves that we know are reliable We Sell the Woiider HBotirlO Stoul AND THE Model Cookiiig iI StoveVSold Under an Absolute Guarantee Taylor Oldh m TMLcHarHimhnreMm 1utSSI l t P SS1 Ie o r- v tf 0 i Section 2 t RICHMONDCLIMAx THE Section 2 t l N w IVOLUME 36 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 20 1909 NtrMBER1 I WALL PAPER BROWERS r Q f 141a I i JL v SURPRISE4f Sed t t C F Brower Co MAIN AND BROADWAY LEXINGTON KY When in Need of Plastering or Concrete MATERIAL r SEE BURNSIO ROBINSON Office and Warehouse on L N R R PHONE 142 RICHMOND We also handle all kinds of Feed r t he Right Way to get good work is o buy your paper from and up to date Mie and get an uplodare paper hanger Sensible Fashions A report of the llltut fashion designs fromChicaR3 is thus expressed Goodbye to the girl who resembles a human slat or Mean pole alto that will be about all for the female person who load on top of her head from 2 u 7 pound of excelsior and the near iiair likewise the hook for the woman who wears auch a long and tight corset that the cannot walk or bend over The national dressmakers who are flecking in from every direction for heir convention sounds the death knell of these extreme fads They also vouchsafe the cheering information ha thfe hew atvles will locate a wo nans waist about where nature in Hided it For two seasons womans wait ias been rambling about all the way from her shoulder blades to her knees but the new styles will get it back into its proper position Here after the dressmakers hasten to assure the public it will be possible to know whether a woman is coining or going Hiid also to guess with some degree of certainty whether she has her dress on upside down or not In all events the bean polo effect is decidedly passed Now comes rnilUs RussilinIbleufeCTVhlcb blouses both front and rear and the polnpadoni pinier mOll- ified to such a radical extent that the wearer dan walk without assistance In colbrs the pinks blues dead leaf tints and pastels will be popular The heavy rich shades deep blues old lose effects mahogany browns and purplish blncks will be much in vogue Mnie Ida McGlone Wilson will toll the delegates that common sense is to rule in the new atjlep Women with highheel shoes false hair long straight gorses and extremely tight skirts will he sadly out of style for these lads are to be dropped simultaneously Men past middle life have found comfort and relief in Foleys Kidney Remedy especially for enlarged pros tate gland which is very common among lderly men L E Morris Dexter Ky writes Up to a year ago my father suffered from kidney and bladder truablc and several phys icians pronounced it enlargement of the prostate gland and advised an operation On account of bis age we were afraid bo could not stand it and I recommended Foleys Kidney Reme dy and the first bottle relieved him sad after taking the second bottle he was no longer troubled with this complaint Sold by Stockton Son olm Phone 412 W P BATERTSunflower Philosophy If you think a man has no trouble it is becausa you have given him no chance to tell them Never permit yourself to reach that stage whore your entire happiness de pends upon one person Wo have observed that when thi doctor begins to issue bulletins th undertaker begins to tale notice- A man cant talk back when a wo man abuses him but he does some thingwhIch is worse ho remembers A woman might as well propose for after she has been married eight cr ten years her husband says she did anyway Watch any man awhile and you will find that ho has a bone hidden somewhere that he runs to every HUh while to did up It is nic for grandparents to have good memories but a parents memory according to children shonld never be lone enough to reach from the threat to the spanking ost women are troubled with Kid ney complaint and you know very many serious and even fatal diseases KidneytroublesKidney and bladder Lllls as directed you may be confident of good results Try them and see bow good theyare Beware of imitations pills that are intended to deceive you Be sure you get DelVitls Sold byall drug- gilits olm He Must Be Rich- A special says The ofllce of police judge of Owingsvilleitf not a lucrative one at best but iu view of the fact that the property owners are taxed almost to the limit to pay necessary expenses leaving little or nothing to repair streets Andy Denton one ot the candidates for police judge offers to serve without salary in the event of hu election and invites all other can dilates for city offices to say whether or uot they will do likewise Regulates the bowels promotes easy natural movements cures con yourdruggists 1000 A Pound For Flesh Miss Luella Lowstetter a buxom public school teacher ot Pittabnrg has brought suit for 25000 against Prof E W Reed principal of the school She openly asserts that demands are SI 000 breach pound of flesh which she lost through worry and shame over being jilted DV the principal it A HandMeDown A wellknown advertising exper responding to the toast Sartorial Progress at the banqnet of the recent convention of the Tailors National Convention spoke somewhat as fol lows I am glad that yon clothiers who advertise nowadays print pictures of mens and boys fashion Thus you smarten up the country and tend to abolish the dreadful custom of cutting down dads suitto boys size I remember how in the distant past my little brother rushed whimpering into the sitting room one night Whats the matter I asked sympathetically Ob he murmured pas had his beard shaved off and now I guess Ive go to wear those old red whiskers Cold Weather Advice to all is to beware of coughs and cold on the chest as neglected theyreads lylead to pneumonia consumption or other pulmonary troubles lust as soon as the cough appears treat it with Ballards Horehound Syrup the standard cnre of America Use as di rected perfectly harmless A cure and preventive for all diseases of the lungs Price 23c 50c and 1 per bottle Sold by Perry Thomas A Suitable Name Whats that you call your mule I calls him Corporation an swered the old colored man How did you come to give him such a name Fum study in de animal an readin de papers Dat mule Bits mo blame an abuse dan anything else in- do township and goes ahead havin his own way jes de sameWash ington Star A Change for the Milder Anna B Dam and Charles I Gosh were married iu Dubuqne recently and those who heard the minister go through the marriage service thought it sounded like a steamboat mate talking to the deckhands White Plymouth Rocks For Sale I have a few nice white Plymouth Rock Pullets and cockrols for sale C D lIl1er- Richmond Ky I j Small ThingsHad it ever occured to you That it takes every one of the 360 degress to make a circle that a wheel is made up of many spokes that a minute will catch an imports aRlinger mark willwsIcarry a letter five thousand miles that a smile may brighten a whole lifetime that 99 cents will not make a dollar BUT that a few cents saved on every purchase of fmerchandise will make dollars in a short time They are small thingsbut they count The Hustling Cash Store Not only saves you the cents t but saves you dollars We sell for cashand lose no w bad debts We are thus enabled to pay cash for all our merchandise and can buy them for less money and give you a better article for a lower price than our competi tors who buy and sell on long credits We invite your comparison t all r 1 r I 5 i tr i r t JJ kvii f e I f iii X rr 1 it J v 1II ti I Ett i ftt I JtG1 ff JS Y h i t 1 F F 21i j We Sell J f i d J t f f t l 6t IMaYMnt0n f0ii II 1l1I J 1 Y Patterns i 1jlclM j N7f T IOc Each fj fiA J 7rc h I 4 g i on n h 1Stray Steer white face will weigh about 600 pounds Came to my place about July 20 Owner can have same byidentifyingand paying charges- J A Dawson- 3t R F D No 1 Richmond You need not be troubled in any waywith the stomach if you will simply take Kodbl at those times when you leel that you need it Kodol is guaranteed to relieve you If it fails your money will be refunded to you by the druggist from whom you purchased it Try it today on tbis guarantee Sold by all druggist Lost In Richmond bunch of keys with my name on ring Reward for return liTBnrnain 98tt For Sale or Rent My stable corner of 3rd and Water streets two brick solid rockfonn dation comparatively new doing a good business as well located as any stable in town I prefer to selland will sell well worth the money but if not sold will rent for the year 1910 tf HOY C WHITE For a clear head a stout heart and strong mind DeWitta Little Early Risers gentle safe easy peasant little pills DeWitts Carbolized With Hazel Salve is unequalled for anything where a salvo is needed and is especially good for Piles Sold by all druggists olm Estray Steers Two red steers weight about one thousand pounds each came to my place some time ago and have since been cared for by me Owner can have same by paying charges Also lost in Richmond court day two heifersred nod black weight about 500 pound each 4t G W Deatherase Three rooms over Singer Sewing Machine office on Second street apply this office tf Prompt delivery perfect work reasonable prices The Rich mond Steam Laundry Insures all tkese Phone 52 tf New Method Teeth Ext without PAIN Dr Hobson Richmond Ky The old stock for you PhoneAALLPAER II t FOR You AND YOUR WIFE i I Achecrful pretty bedroom will help you toy start in a cheerful pleasant moods Its a liaven of rest for you to come back night- longAnd all day it is a pleasure to your wife Tojaake a pretty bedroom it is more important to have 1tastefulturniture thatharmonlzesthan furniture that merely icosts a lot A brass bed or a pretty white iron bed if tyou prefer bureau and chiffonier of light color bird cye maple is especially pretty a low rocking chair and one or two straight back chairs to match a mirror five foot high screwed on to a closet door a sofa upholstered cretonne a 1 I shirtwaist box covered with the same and ibe cretonne repeated in hangings at the window over white muslin curtains n light colored rug on the floorall this does LJtnotcost very much if you buy from ut and makes a pretty room Come In and talk it over Dont forget to get a STEARNS FOSTER ma tress That is what makes your bedroom a haven of rest 11No other mattress is so comfortable r Made in four grades of superiority 1050 to 2250rWindsor Grade at 1350 is guaranteed superior to any other adttrtlttd maltrest We sell it on 60 nights trial lf tIIf you can part with it at the end of that time we will J P return your money without question or comment 4J OLDHAM and LACKEY 01 7 Tsaz era- a to i I f i f Day Phone 76 iipecjaNight1 tyjI c A f I We Sell 4 1r May Manton Q 1 Patternsi1 Oc Each Q Jr l t t 1 j2at We6 f SeII 1 jttjtiesdrLADIES ReadytoSuits f correct styles for 1000 that others are getting r 1250 and 1500 for i We sell the Elite Garment Companys Suits for ladles from 1500 to 2750 K others get 2000 tc 4000 We are showing the Elite Skirts from 350 to 1250 x We are showing a beautiful assortment of those Long Black Coats so popular for r 190also a complete line of misses and childrens Cloaks We sell Faultless Clothss for men and boys Excelled by none for style fit arid workmanship f at all prices from 500 to 2000 f fWe sell The Mayer Prince Albert and R M Shirts Prettiest patterns we have ever shown 50c and 100 We sell Hats and Gaps all prices from 25c to 450 Iwe tell Duttenhpfern Shoes for ladies none better jWe sell Buster Brown IlyWe sell the famous J Ee Tilt ShOeS for men and boys You cn pay more but you ilst cant get a better shoe Sta Vie sell Silks Dress Goods wash Goods Blankets Hosiery Underwear etcUlnfact everything you want to fit you up from head to foott tf jL tWe + save you money on each purchase Respt f Hamilton Bros ni c w dn nu DIJ v I r t 1 I Springa t ugsIandI thisI I I chas- eBENNETT tJf tI and HIGGINS Furniture and Undertaking Streetiaa S p 6 p wr p I THINK THIS ABOUT I C 0 II A I L AN yen afford to delay matters F what avail is procasti nation T best in a few weeks prices will be higher ET us therefore haveIyour order now GET IN YOUR COAL NOW QuicklyI Rex Red Ash Jellico- We have thu exclusive sale A 1rial order will convince you that uri is a little better than you have heen getting else where and possIblyless Full Weight or Coal Forfeited B11 Luxon Bro W9 IT Piggs Pure Apple Vinegar si 2m J S Stanifer is opening a great dis play of Fall and Winter clothlng Boots shoes etc For Sale Two dwelling house at Paint Lick known as the Henry Beasley property Possession January 1st 1910 For terms etc apply to W G Kemper Paint Lick 101341 Wanted Good reliable men and women a agents Pay uood salaries or commission Call at once Miller House 35G West Main Stray Steer Pale ed steer weight about 550 rame to my pUcn on October court 10day Osmer can have eame by prov ing property and pitying charges x J Etubry Park 4t RF DNo3 Makes Hens Lay I 1urhon E KProuucer is a natural condition powder for laying hens It ae s gently on the fowls digestive and- egprdne4ngI orcans and makes them lay rraiilnrly Try it and see Sold bv tlry t Thomas Richmond Notice Of Election Notic is hereby given that on Tues day Nov 2nd at thi regular voting places in the City of Richmond Ky all election by the qualified electors of the City of Richmond will be held for the purpose o electing three public school trustees on from each ward Polls will be open Iron 7 a m to 4 p m C E Wi CDS Mayor 2t Madisonpmean to the voters ot Madison county that I am tho Republican nominee for the office of County Judge and I ask that you give my cause due consideration Anything bald or done in my behalf will be greatly appreciatedRespectfully P F Adams Jr Business Change MrJ H Kennedy has severed his connection with Uoldeii Flora of this city and accepted a position as representative of Petel Iturghard Stone Co of Louisville This firm is ac knowledged to be tho largest stone conpany In the South and their work is iu all the leading cemeteries ot the country Being now with this wellknown and reliable firm Mr Kennedy is in position to give cue towers the very highest class of vrurk at reasonable prices and furthermore he can guarantee that the work will be delivered when promised nis headquarters are in Richmond and be will be glad to furnish estimates to any needing tombstones or monuments or any kind of Btone or marble work 4t FarleyMarch 4 Mi1Iiqcf 1 5 Around Town I Rev D H Scanlan of Montreal S PresbyterIaniug HiJhSchoolMonday about eleven years fell and broke his leg Pont buy yonr Fall and Winter clothing Gents Furnishings Boots Shoes etc until you see J S Stanl fers great display A big crowd went to Cincinnati Sun day on the last excursion of the sea son Several brought back welldevel oped jags but the crowd was fairly orderly and all had a good time The police gathered in a number of negroes Saturday night for fighting and otherwise creating disturbance Judge fJreenleaf soothed their troubles with good stiff lines yesterday morning Todd Stagner architects aud builders tell The Climaxthat they havejust completed plans for a 4000 house for C W Sales of Pryse Ky They also have a number of other buildings to erect in kichuiond and tell us the building industry is on a great boom in both town and county Remember the children of today will be the bone and sinew of this country ere long So lets give them a good education To do this they must have comfortable quarters and study rooms A vote for the school boi1s is a vote to insure them both comfort and a better education Mr Joe H Smith Madison coanty boy won the medal and cups in run fling races and bench shows at the Brunswick Fur Club meet at Barre Mass Mr Smith is a brother of Mr Murray Smith this city and has many friends here who are glad to learn of his good luc- kPretty Warm Thank You The above headline describes our popular girl contest It is moving alongnicely and the girls are hustling Recital At Madison Institute Fridav even ing Oct 22 6 oclock Miss Virginia A Gottlieh contralto and Miss Alma Math pianoforte The public cordially invited Honors For Mr Crooke At meeting of the State Bankers Association John W Crooke cashiei of the Citizens National Bank this city was honored bv being elected representative of the Eighth district section of the organization an honor well bestowed Halloween The Junior Society of the First Pres bvterlan church will entertain with a delightful halloween party on Friday night Oct 29 in the lecture room of the church It will be novel and attractive and the proceeds will go for the benefit of the society Good Shows Continue The shows at the Grand every even ing are way above the average The highest class of vaudeville IB given and the turns are all rood The vaudeville hills are changed twice a week the pictures every night The latter are fine and are ereatly enjoyed Two entertainments are given every night the first at 730 the second beginning at 815 Admission onlylOc Nothing More Important Everyone knows that there is noth lug more important than that of giv lug children proper education This can not be done unless they have nom fortable quarters in which to work The city schools both white and color ed are crowded beyond the limit and this deplorable state of affairs cannot he remedied unless more room is built Vote for the bond ipsue and lets give the children comfortable school rooms Home Grown Cotton Mr J D Mitchell of this city sent to The Climax office several bushes of cotton grown here in Richmond The bushes are large while the blossoms are well developed and the quality is as good as that grown in the South It required much trouble and attention but proves what many have always believed that cotton can be raised suc cessfully IB this climate provided of course that it is kept tinier shelter Investigate- By voting fQr the bod MeaO1the tax payers can saveJrom 1500 o f2ayear and at the same time pay nnojs Now doesnt this look like a good busi ness proposition It you ace doubtful as to the necessity of tIM improve nientsTha Climax aeka that you vtelt the schools and take a look at tbe Bila BioB feeliBj confident ibt TD4IwiU Iti With i t IB oar ytew Ih etf- MAI fctfeft M w lYW JMlJ II IiC II Special Quality and Style in Suits at TjvloOOW- eset out determined tooffer the best Fifteen Dollar Suits we have ever sold We searched the market and picked out the best from the best makers we paid cash and took off the discount we cut our own profits to the very limit we squeezed into these suits every five cents worth of quality possible They are rich patterns in the newest greens brown andgray mixturesu as wellas plainer effects in wide variety they are tailored in the latest style and honestly made inside as well as out Come to see them they are matchless values at the price 1500Newest and best in Overcoats and Raincoats Hats and Caps Underwear Gloves Ties Etc The smallest boy or the most experienced man trades here in perfect securitywe have the same price our lowest price to one and all k THE FOR IU p rL a K 21 Rr The Ballots This Climax office Is printing the ballots to be used at the election next month It contains all the names shown on the ticket printed elsewhere in this issue and is not ES complicated as the ballot usally IS Now pet ready to go to the polls and place your stamp under the rooster Skidoo Say girls if your best fellow OVet stays his time when calling on yon spring this on him and if he dont take a tumblo he is too stupid to ever call on ybil again Here it in take any number between one and nine add one multiply by nine cross out left hand figure add fourteen add the number you started with and then watch the young mans countenance Republicans Nominate The Republicans or rather a little handful of thcm got together last week and nominated ticket for City Councilmen and possibly several other offices we are not certain as we at tach so little importance to the move However if our voters stay at home and fail to vote the rads may slip up on us and win so we mention the fact that the Democrats will not fail to go to the polls and vote for tho splendid city ticket nominated Concreting About Complete The work of laying the concrete pavements around the court house premises is almost completed nothing being left but the making of some curb tug As stated in The Climax this is the greatest improvement made in Richmond in many a day and the fis cal court is entitled to a vote of thanks for having it done The grading is not finished but most of the ground has been leveled off and is ready for the sodding Enjoyable Occasion x The J W Zarring Grain Mill 001 stave a delightful tencourse dinner at Joes Saturday evening to several of their employees The dinner was a success not only from a social but from a business standpoint as it gave an op portunity for those in charge of the making of flour n chance to sco conditions from the side of the selling force Those present were C D GatlilF J M Hurst and H M O jlesby salesmen Fred Goos wan and Win Carter millers Allen Zarring secretarytreasurer Damage Suits- In the Federal Court at Frankfort Friday were decided the damage suits growing out of several deaths which werocaueed Ue explosion of a lo comotive bpiler on the O 0 road between Colby and Pine Grove a year This administrator of or two ego Chas Marshall fireman received a verdict for five thousand dollars In the case ntthie administratrix of Geo Harp the engineer the jury decided in lavor of the company on the ground for the acci that he was responsible dent by allowing the water to get too low in the boiler Great Meeting The centennial of the Christian church which was celebrated at Pitts burg last week was largely attended and greatly enjoyed Prominent mem bers of the church were present from all over the country and many Inter eating and enjoyable addresses were made Rev H ugh McLellan delivered pnccipal addresses Following one of bo is a list of those goiugfroaa this city and county Anne tioarnett Mrs N B f1tIM Miss Aildie liunley Mrs Settle Park Mrs E C Wines Mrs W rBMier MrS Mary B Clay Miia of tied Howe fcf INIr II K = Warning toDemocrats Members of Party MustGo to Polls and Vote Success Then Assured While every indication points toward an overwhelming victory for the Democrats next month yet The Climax again uiges upon our voters the im portance of going to the polls and vot ing The Republicans while keeping quiet are leaving no stone unturned and working like bay beavers to get out their vote Should all the Republicans vote and our people fail to go to the polls the result is plain It would mean the defeat of our splendid ticket and the placing of the business of the people into incompetent and extrava gant hands Now cant see the result No tax payer wantshis money handled in a loose manner No citi zen wants his county governed by in competents Then to avoid such a calamity our people must go to the polls and stamp nnder the rooster thus insuring Democratic victory and able careful and economical management ot the county and city affairs By stamping under the rooster you vote for the straight ticketfrom circuit judge to the Smallest officer in the town and county then vote for the school bonds and you will have done a days work for which you will have every reason to feel proud The Closing Hours Beginning next Monday the local banks will close at 3 oclock This will be continued during the winter months For Sale Livery outfit best stand in Rich mond with established business Cor ner Third Water Sts o206t W T Griggs BoudinotTerstegge The many friends of Miss Hallie Eou dinot were surprised Saturday to learn ot her marriage to Mr Albert L Ter stfgge of New Albany Ind The cere mony was performed by Rev Eo C Mc Dough in this city Saturday The bride is well known and highly thought of by our people who wish her a long life of happiness The groom is a prosperous young business man and has a bright future The Ulimax joins in congratulations and well wishes Bees In Cprn Mr Fount Rice who lea larmer near Terrill this coanty tqlls The Climax that a man named Keith was looking over his placo last week and found in a corn field a large swarm of bees They had settled on the corn and made a large quantity of honey the latter being perfectly capped and thoroughly preserved Mr Keith will hive the bees and get enough honey to supply his family for some time TRADE MORAL Advertising prominence in this paper is to you Mr Home Merchant what steam is to an engine City Property Sold The handsome Dillingham property on West Main street iwas bought by- WR Sbackelford The bidding was lively the placo being knocked off to Mr SlwckeUord at f11010 The strip of land at intersection olL N ad L A red was boo btbj 3ame Crutcher er fj06T11 prewrty boUgh fe t Mr hefetlfcjd k V rr ktfbt rfjKMrti ike frntlttNtIa i r I The Bar Sinister- E C Darnold big scenic produc tion The Bar Sinister which will bethe attraction at the Opera House Friday Oct 22 enjoys the distinc tion cf being one of the best shows of its kind on the road It is a power fully constructed drama of the new school and is thoroughly consistent from thebeginning to end The cast is an unusually strong one and contains quite a few well known metropolitan actors and actresses The play is a powerful love story full ol characters that have good red blood in them and a play with a strong moral lesson Prices 25 35 50 Seats at White Wines Peter T Phelps Peter T Phelps departed this life Saturday night October Oth at his late home with bis daughter Mrs W J Collins of this county He was wide ly known and highly esteemed and re spectea for the noble qualities of his characterHe a man of One intelligence and sound judgment which he brought into practical use as a farmer lIe was in iustrious and thrifty and prosperous As a citizen he was deeply interested in all that pertained to the moral ad vancement ot his community lie wits an example in civic righteousness and lid the moral qualities that should distinguish every man Having the truest welfare of the people in view He bad a broad feeling ot humanity which brought him into active sympathy with his fellow citizens in all their experiences lIe cared for the needy and had a special Interest in orphans He was generous and kind toward all lila neighbors loved and respected him Be was a wise counselor in his family and Hraoiig his friends as they sought his advice He never spoke evil of anyone in this respect his silence was golden He had no enemiesall men esteemed him for his true worth For a long time he was confined to his homo because of the infirmaries of age but for the last two years of fiia lifehevias an invalid miring tins period when he required almost con stant caro and attention he was dis tinguished for his patience and gentleness and always appreciative of the kindness and care bejto Ted upon him The family on the other hand were always caring for him with untiring faithinlnees He wanted for nothing within their reach Their ministy was gentle and beautiful tJo was born Fob 11 1824 At the early age of 15 he was baptized into the Christian church and in 1817 was mar nod to Miss Angeline McOhord by Josiah Collins a preacher greatly beloved by the people in his day His wife died 25 years before him It was the sad office of the writer lo preach the funeral He left two daughteis Mrs W J Collins ot Madison county fend Mrs Richard Cobb of Danville He lived in this county the most of his lift except in his occasional visits to his daughter Mrs Cobb He was thought to be the oldest member of the hrlstlan church in Richmond He was all through lif a consistent Christ Ian He was a constant atttndant np on religious worship as long as his heahh and strength permitted He was fond of music especially the old songs and joined heartily in singing Even in the feebleness of lila age he wpuRBins and was delighted to have his Jrlends sing with him He has en tered into the rest that remsineth for the people of God He knows the Jblesaedness of the life beyond and has joined the lovedoB u goad before May the comfort and consolation of the Gospel be with the bereaved family aad friends C K MASDIIALI SK 1Foe Sale i4 ft WstftVi I ISO Our Buckeye I- HIghmi ShoesI at 350worth 400 A corker for the price Either black or tan Futt J2 inch top raw hide strings heavy double soles select material throughout You cant equal it elsewhere under 400 Come see it for yourself I By far the largest stock in Madison county of Lace Boots Bootees High Top Shoes and all kinds of good Winter Footwear for both men and boys Quality always higher than the price Headquarters for I Ball Band Rubbers in every style You know their reputation COVINCTON BANKSSTORE QUALiTY K = dI Big Contest Booming Our Popular Girl Contest Alive With Interest More Special Prizes Offered Interest in our popular girl piano contest has increased since last week and all are now busy getting votes The young ladies have shown so much interest that we have decided to offer some extra prizes which are named in th big advertisement on another page of this issue of Climax Reid the conditions printed in this ad and secure one of the handsome special prizes No newspaper has ever made an offer of anything as valuable as are the pianos we are going to give and it is well worth the time of any young ladyand her friends to put in hard work to win This is no lottery scheme but a plain offer where the best hustler wins The pianos will be shipped in a few days and placed on exhibition Extracts From a Letter From the Press Committee to the Newspapers of the Burley District The subjoined extracts are from a letter sent out by the Press Commit tee to the newspapers of the Burley District emphasising the following facts That the growers the community and county in which they live as well as every business Interest of the state have been greatly benefitted by the growers organization you must ad mit That the 1009 pool is a still greater benefit and a more complete success is evidenced by the price at which tobacco outside of the pool is being bought by the Independent Manufacturers commission warehouse companies and speculators II- i positive assurance that the Burjey Tobacco Society backed as il is byat least sixty per cent of tho growers of Burley tobacco is nowln position to demandand receive fair and renum erative prices for the tobacco owned by its members The average price of 14 to 15 cts per pound now being paid for un pooled tobacco is in Itself an admis sion that the growers In the Burley pool are in a position to sell their to bacco at a substantial advance over the prices named for unpooled to bacco Would a speculator pay 16 cents per pound for tobacco in the barn tobacco not yet cured and in some cases tobacco he has never seenIf he were not fully convinced that the Burley Society pool would enable him to sell at an advanced price Would a manufacturer pay the same price for individual crops if he were not sure that he would be compelled to pay more for the pooled to bacco later OB Just how much more he will have to pay for the pooled tobacco depends entirely upon the leagth of time the purchase of tile pooled tobacco is de layed No specified price has been set OB the poole tobacco It Is ia the hands of the Barley Toba co Society to sell to the best advantage The price ol pooled tobacco wUl be governed by the price aetl trade oa eutaide to bacco aIIt if vMwtt tit MM tnuti W MoNspw 1 I IIYhr- h t1lt K pooled tobacco otherwise It would not touch it for there is no doubt but that every pound of tobacco pro duced in 1900 will be needed by the manufacturer before another crop Is grown The Burley Tobacco Society has the advantage of knowing this condition to exist You also know that with the large crop grown this year were it not for the pool of the Burley Tobacco So ciety the cry of over production1 would put the price down to less than 8 cents per pound for have not the Independent manufacturers in their suits against the Burley Tobacco Society asked the Uaited States Courts to rule that Burley tobacco is worth only 8 cent and that any sum above that price is excessive charge The larger portion of the credit for the success of the pool next to the farmers themselves is duo the loyaltyof the country press in the Burley District Everyacre of tobacco pooled be fore the 20th inst exerts a double strength in that it takes from the en amy and adds to the struggling masses May we not depend upon your loyal support and best efforts during these closing days when your support means so much for the uplifting of the people Yoars truly Press Committee Burley Tobacco Society Young Men In Trouble Frank hhifflet and Oscar Stafford were airested and lodged in jail charged with passing worthless checks and obtain ing goods Bhifllet bought some goods from Hamilton Bros Saturday giving a check signed by Stafford and receiv- Ing some money in change He went to Winchester that tfierripou and re turned at 720 when he was met by a reception committee and escorted to jail Stafford who victimized Mr E V Elder was captured at Red House Sunday Both will be taken before tho grand jury which is in session Civil Service Examination An examination for the position of elevator conductor at the Government Building will be hold at the post office in this city Oct 30 If you wish to apply get application blanks from L P Adams at the post office The job will pay a good salary and is worth trying for Important School Work The mothers of the children in Caldwell and Barlow Schools are invited to an open ses to be given by the Senior Literary Society at Caldwell school Friday afternoon nt 1 oclock Other addresses will be made includ lug an address by DrC H Vaught upon the important subject of School Hygene All mothers are urged to be present Public Meeting A meeting is hereby called of all citizen male and female for Friday eve ning Oct 29 at 730 oclock in the lower court room to discuss and agree upon plans to prevent imposition upon our citizens by unworthy persons and also to identify Bcd relieve those real ly wortby of aid Present bees rueth ode wa te charity upon unworthy and dellalnr persona while depriringwor thy ewee of relief sadly seeded The plan to select one eetapetent diaoeet person to wjiota will be entrusted tae work at hunting up the needy and giv lag ueoeseary relief ad having all- others arrested for vsflfaacy ladte eriiutelteuiii will ho bolfeiwd and panfebed and gifts will thM reaeh theme who HMiTMMl dflf1b1biMil IB tlw rwHttif ft d MMl ft t tIe t t t 3K = = = I DEATHS WALKERMrs Dorcas Walker of Lancaster died very suddenly at her home in that city Monday the funeral services and burial taking place yester day afternoon She was the widow of the late Judge W E Walker widely related and well known in Madison She was the mother nf Hon Lewis L Walker also well known here Deadly Weapon In affirming the judgment of the McCracken Circuit Court In the case ol Jesse Well against George Krentzer awarding the latter 51 damages for being injured by Wells automobile while crossing the street the Court of Appeals decided that an automobile is a deadly weapon and says the pos session of a deadly or dangerous instrument always entails great caie upon the possessor The court decided that the automo bile is as deadly a weapon as a street car or railroad tram and says that pedestrians have a right to be on the street and that the drivers of automo biles should be careful not to run them down or injure them The court says that pedestrians should be diligent to keep from being injured but that it is the business of the driver to prevent tho injury A Few Reminders As the time of the seer and yellow leaf tastapproacheth we are reminded that the corn is cut and in the shock and the seed is on the hollyhock observes the editor of an exchange The sum mer girl has changed her frock The housewife counts her cans of fruit the hunters sallies forth shoot the footbal fiends begins to root The buckwheat cakes will soon be here and sorghum lasses too will cheer and oer t Ii e children faces smear its sticky mess from ear to ear The nuts are tailing n the wood the squirrel store his winter food the pumpkin pies are now so good The possums in the simmon tree the coon dog holds a jubilee across the fields the rabbits flee as coming danger now they see The bird dog hunts timid quail but strike a frightened rabbits trail The burr gets in the horses tall and the autumn winds begin to wall The apple butter stews and biles the thrifty housewife stirs and smiles as she reflects upon the cans ot fruits shes canned in different styles Call For Election School Bond Issue Pursuant to an ordinance passed by the Board of Council of Richmond Ky at a meeting held Oct 8 1909 calling for an election to be held by the qualified voters of the city of Richmond Ky on Nov 2 1909 that being the regular election day to determine whether or not the city of Richmond shall issue bonds to the amount of twentyfive thousand dol lars to te used for the purpose ofI making additions and adding equipment to the white and colored schools It is hereby ordered that aa election be held on Tuesday Nov 2 1909 by the qualified voters of the city of Richraoad Ky to determine whether or not the city of Kichmond Ky shall isoair aa Isdebtednees of twenty five thousand dollars said iadebted sees to be is the form of bonds TUH alag for twenty years beating iater est at UM rate ii five per cent per aanuia due and payable M provided for by ordiBHoe dlIytke Board of CouMtt M Got 7 1W- SaidboadIesbobe u4 for UM purpose ol eeeeIic edd1IIoal Hlhl lads to he bIle i oohs wW ead- dstcdi ijIsX SqtIp4III M 3IIL =V M MM iI II = IIJ Entries To Date The following names of young ladies i have been sent in for the big piano icontest As each young lady starts withone thousand votes and their friends are going to work In earnest the race promises to wax warm to the finish Each starts with equal showiing Please remember that bringing as much as ten everyoneIto 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 10isend in any you wish Mayme Powell Moberly Ollie Winkler Moberly Annie Ojckrill Waco Katie Pitman Waco Addie Mellon College Hilt Stella Wilson Waco Gertrude Grinstead Moberly Lucy Tharpe Waco iOlanthaEloise Million Newby Mary Tudor Nowby Sallie B Parish Silver Creek Lula Wheeler KIrksville Madrne Farris Silver Creek r Lottie Fame Kirks ille PClarajMargaretHattie Moberly Rrthton Mary Turpin Red House tilil Elizabeth Farris Red House 4 Mary Hamm Ruthton Lucy Williams Ruthton Martha King Cottonburg Nora Cruse R F D I Richmond ti Bertha Lear RutbtonrI May Roberts Ruthton Ethel Garrett R F D 1 Annie CbristoPherRFD Nora Davis Red House RimondAAnah Asbill R F D 4 Ethic Northcutt Valley Mariain Noland Maggie Eads Union City Mary Thomas Laura Dozier M ClevaDanu Ie Mary 1 Parks IifaryIrene McKinney Grace Dalton Bed House Mary Wells Doylersvllle Grace Wagers Berea IN RICHMOND Margaret Phelps Anne Bennett Cohen Bessie Parks- Catherine Scott v Mattie Pi Ellen Walker Annie Mae Walker Duncan Foster Ruesell Stouffer Mary Culton Zulah Oliver Corn Exhibit Turley Evans Agents for the Farm Department of tho Home Insurauce- Co of New York hereby offer a premium fit 5 for the best one dozen ears of white corn and also a premium s4 of 250 for the best dozen ears of yel low or red corn This corn Is to be tied together and left at the State Bank and Trust Ca before December let 1909 All corn exhibited to remain the property of said Tarloy J Evai The exhibits will be remembered and them of the exhibitor will aot be known to the judges until the premium Is awarded The Jadgee will be Joe Collins and Judge E 0 Million who apoa disare gma pick a tJlnl nan to decide The leai1iIl bw awarded Deeeabe4 court 4t A eeaiolpaltt woaW add jrMtiy to Ute spaes eC the bii4 hut H ill yttiatlM tha aiKl Itrrrlrlr 0Z a w 1II V co I r rt oI 0cv FALL Is HERE t and it is about time you are think ing about winter clothes We have 4 beautiful line oi Fall and Winter goods Everything in Woolen Goods Silks Fiarinellettc Ginghams Challies Ii Merserized Bengalines Outings i t V i the very best values for your money We wish to call your special at tention to our SILK WAIST PAT v TERNS both in fancy and plain Prices ranging 398 498 598 a pattern Call and see us OWEN McKee The Richmond Climax nnusBED nnr WEDIBOIT THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO Incorporated A D MILLER Piest and Mangr LOUIS LANDRAM Editor et PRESS and FBICE fl00 PER YEAB IN ADVANCE WEDNESDAY OCT 20 1909 Democratic Ticket FOR Circuit JudleJ N Benton Comtiionwh AUuD A Crutchcr Circuit ClerknRo C White Representative L B Herrincton County Judge W R Shackelford County AttorncYnO P Jackson County ClerkR B Terrlll Jr Sheriff D A McC- ordAssessorShelby L Taylor School SuptJohn No- laudJaflrN lLjo- nesSurveyorJ W Ioorea Coroner Geo W Samuels FOR MAGISTRATE AND 1 xraIstmtei D Dk- cliConstableL N Scrivner Richmond No NagistrateU C Rice Foxtown No 3 Magistrate uGordon Duw- nCOnstablemDavld Cobb Union No 4 Magistrate Joke Hnckett Constable Enos Thomas ElllsYatesICo5- Magistrate L A Hun- terConstableRobt Webb KirksrlllcTCo7 IrD istrateJoseph T Long Constable Frank Tussey Million Xofiv Magistrate 1 A Young Constable Jas Taylor City Ticket FOR Mayor Sam Rice Police Judge John J Greenleaf City AttorneyT H Collins Chief of Police James H Alltuan City Councilnicn T T Covlngton EmU Lorlsch Jobn EfSexton Talton Todd Jeff Stone Everett Berry THE Climax wishes tb again impress upon the voters of Richmond the im portance of voting for the school bond issue We have published facts and figures to show the importance tit furnishing more and comfortable quarters for the children and are satisfied that any one who as a rule stands back onvoting for bonds will vole for this issue if howl only stop and consider its importance The education of children is a duty no one should try to avoid and any man with a thimble full of sense knows that it is wrong and cruel to house up children in uncomfortable and inadequate quarters The fact of comfort is alone enough to make one vote for the bonds and when better results can be obtained is proof enough to convince anyone of the importance of having adequate and comfortable quarters The manner in which this money is to be raised works no bard ship on anyone as the bonds run for several years and the increase is trifl lug Tblaktbls over gentlemen and weare satisfied that you will make HpyoarHiisds to vole for bond Enoa Tim eedbam bas sold hIM ifllliamstowB Coarl r to Messrs R 1 WMtoTer aid SM Billeter owMr of tbe Grant Coaaty News tk two papers wilt M consolidated anA 1bHeMd atWHli 8town r jre4kMt d1bJcli IB iwwspaper eifoles sad hw iCgion of fneda tntit thftt Ue wtlvMMat fr UK fjfpwi Lip jiiijr It Mapmrjr tt f put b41 4tIsmpU f AFTEK all there is but one great everpresent harrowing alwaysat proverIare forgotten great political or eco nomic crimes are committed and nations stand aghast for the time being battles and murders more or less grewsome harrass us with their details as they are given in the public prints great wars may devastate im mense territories and convert fields of sunshine into worlds of mourning but always irresponsive to the tu mult of the times unfeeling of the smaller griefs that encircle all about there staiks abroad the ghastly bone creaking creature poverty Poverty is a murderer of mens souls and their intelhcts which is vastly worse the being a mere murderer of bodies it is theGreat Grim Specter that is the haunt of youth and the evil messen ger of old age It is the eternal torture and mental damnation rolled into one and served hissing hot before the parching palates of humankind There would not be much need of Riches in Heaven but for Poverty on EarthEDITOR Hughes of the Lancaster Record who always has a weather eye out for the interests of the Demo cratic party gives this timely advice rt behooves the Democrats all over Kentucky to vote straight if for no other purpose on account of that re districting bill If the Republicans have a majority in the next Legisla ture the youngest child will not live long enough to see another Democratic Representative or Senatorjin many counties and districts of the state The most casual obsrver can see the truth of this assertion Dont walk into a trap in day light TIlE deepest sympathy of every newspaper man in the Stale goes out to Edit r John Pulliam of the Har rodsburg Herald who last week was forced to shoot a man named Robards Robards who was mentally un balanced harbored the idea that Pul liam had wronged one of his relatives Every man who knows John Pulliam knows that he never did such a thing However his life was in danger and he was forced to do just what any other man would have done under the circumstances We never knew a more kindhearted honorable gen tIeman and we join with legions of friends in prayers for speedy recovery from the wound received at the hands of thd party attacking him Eniron R R Perry of Winchester was robbed of U5 at the depot in that city last week While we sympathize 1vith Bro Perry in his loss yet that pickpocket should be captured and presented with a large and handsome chromo Any fellow who can find as much as f15 in the jeans of an editor in entitled to more praise than Wright Brothers Peary Cook or any other mal of note I A NEW YOUK girl tried several ways to end her life and failing got married Ask any married woman if tho girl succeeded in the attempt +1 Personals I Mr Cecil Traynor visiting rela tives here Mr W S Oldham was in Lexing ton Saturday Mrs T H Collins spent Saturday in Lexington Mr and Mrs Hale Dean were in Lexington Friday Miss Issie Million has returned from a visit to Frankfort Mrs L R BlaBtoD has rBtarae4 from a visit to Lexlag ton Mrs L E Turley and daaghter visited ia Lexington last week Mrs KO Yeggs spent last wM- klaXIHNlnmi aat Lexington MM it A MifffiM iTM tbii week far a iri W Mintttvs ia MM st4 flI ItpfflIs J tLr1tll d I y J Ipu Miss Mary Traynor has returned from a visit to Parkersburg W Va Misses Lydia McKee and Mayme Campbell were in Cincinnati last week Mrs Tom Collins and Miss Ollfe Baldwin were in Lexington Saturday Miss Hallle Eppes was a visitor at Crab Orchaid Springs tue past week Miss Marian Noland is in Lexing ton studying voice under Prof Wheel er GiunchlgBani fishingMrs Sallie Lysle of Shelbyville is visiting her cousin Mrs B L Mid dleton Mr Robert Crotvc was down from Beattyville last week to visit his motherMrs BJL Middelton entertained the French Mission Circle Monday afternoonMrs Burke of Covington is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Jake Collins- Miss Edna Bronaugh of Nicholas ville has been visiting Miss Hester CovingtonMrs Hacker of Nicholasville was here last week to see her father Mr A E Carse Mr and Mrs A B Faris spent last week wIh Mr Tevis WJlkerson and wife in Lexington Mrs Gilbert Grinstead of Somerset is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Lyman Parrish Mr Reed Jouett spent several days in Lexington last week visiting relatives and friends Mrs B W Sturdevant of Toledo Ohio is the guest of Mrs Tommie Barnes Bertiman Mrs Alice Labbins has returned to Fort Worth Texas after a visit toI Miss Jennie Taylor Mrs Mary B Hicks has returned from Cincinnati where she purchased a full line of art goods Mr W S Henry of Whites Station has returned from a visit to relatives in Frankfort Prof TJ J Coates and Z T Rice are in Louisville as representatives to the Masonic Grand Lodge Mrs Dan Terrlll was called lo Lan caster Monday by the death of her cousin Mrs Dorcas Walker Miss Margaretta Smith has returned from a visit to her brother J Speed Smith in Seattle Wash Mr and Mrs Wm McCord of White Hall left last week for Martins ville Ind for a visit of several weeks Mr Frank Robinson wife and little daughter Mae attended the Robii sonCable wedding at Marcellus Ky Miss Matilda Tribble has returned from a visit to Mrs Charles Sit and daughter Miss Florence in Lexing ton Mrs Charles Downey who has been visiting relatives here has re turned to her home in Memphis Tenn Mrs Edgar Blanton entertained thIpast week in honor of Miss Kate ler and her visitor Miss Foggof FrankfortMrs Neale Mrs J G Bog ley Misses Julia Higgins and Laura Bright were shoppers in Lexington SaturdayMrs Juett and son Reed spent Sunday in Covington the pleasant guests of her daughter MrsNO Elmore Mrs James Deatherage and son Clarence Woods Deatherage have gone to Elliott Iowa to visit the formers daughter Mrs B C Loganv Mrs FaBRic Kerr and daughter Mrs Lucy Carr of Bloomiigton III were guest of Mr Jc George and family last week Mrs J B Stoaffer and Mrs Wm Crowe will go to Stanford today to attend the Missionary Union of the Presbyterlaa March Me ames Ben Banks 1tN ROArk aadT J Smith are 1m Louisville at tending tbe wetlBg of the Kentucky ttt TMUi Ua Bewd ef WMMMS abe ls4ii williiI bNpw U Q o Climax It is possible that he may not return erjoylng1 single blessed ness Miss Harriet McCoy who has been employed in The Climax office left last Thursday with her fathers fami ly for Kansas City where they will make their home Mr J W Stivers of Kingston who has been quite ill was able to be In town la3t week tho guest of his daughters Mrs J C George and Mrs Jennie Jones C W Cobb left Monday for Bovnia Texas He was accompanied by Mr Logan A Foster agent for Swenson Land CoM represented in this city by Freeman and Gilder Misses Elizabeth Thatcher of Somerset Mary Reid Margaret Rhodes Messrs Josh Bell and Geo McRoberts of Danville were visitors of Mr and Mrs Lewis Neale Sunday Lancaster Record Miss Fannie Wilson is in Cincinnati purchasing a now lot of stamping and embroidery patteinsMrs G C Faria left Thursday for her home In Denver ColoradoMr J Jessup our clever and accommodating Express agent returned last week from a ten days visit to Chicago He met many old friends and acquaintances while on his tripand reports a most delightful time A party of friends stormed Dr F V Cox at his home in Newby Monday night it being his birthday All efforts to learn his age proved futile The forty guests were royal ly entertained and all spent a most enjoyable evening Miss Jane Stockton has returned from a pleasant visit to friends in Carlenville Champaign and Urbana Ill and also Mrs Edmund Hume in Louisville A beautiful picture of Miss Stockton appeared in Saturdays Louisville Courier Journal fromIembroidery openings and purchased a complete line of Christmas novel ties Her patterns comprise many new and attractive designs and those wanting Holiday and other goods will do well to call on Miss Roberts Mrs Forbes of Texas whohns been visiting her sister Mrs G W Dnley returned home today via Chicago She was accompanied to Chicago by her mother Mrs Tate of Richmond who is visiting here Hoopeston Ill News Mrs Tate arrived home last nightLexington Leader Misses Mary Louise and Alice Kellogg of Richmond are guests of their grandmoth er Mrs R C Morgan Their parents Mr and Mrs Clark Kellogg have gone for a trip to Now York The mar riage of Thomas D Brnmfield and Miss Annie Wells both of Richmond took place Thursday at noon in the personage of the Baptist church Rev J W Porter officiating The witnesses were Mrs M D Lancaster and I Mr Walker White of this city The bridal couple will return to Rich mond to make their home From four to six oclock ion Wed nesday afternoon Master Leroy Mc Kinney entertained about forty of his friends in celebration of his thir teenth birthday anniversary After enjoying various games the children were invited to the dining room which was decorated in pink and white De licious ices cakes and fruits were servedafter wbich the happy little guests departed wishing their young host many happy returns of the day A remarkable feature was that this was not only Leroys birthday but the twentyfourth anniversary of Mr and Mrs McKinleys wedding as well as the sixtyfourth birthday and forty fifth wedding anniversary of one of the guests The Sale Legal Unless the people of Richmond who have objected to the talking over by the Louisville and Nashville railroad ot the Louisville and Atlantic railroad have some further proof to offer that this deal is in violation of the antitrust law which prohibits the merger of two parallel or competing lines Attorney General Breathitt will take no legal steps to prevent the transaction so saysa special from Frankfort Good Crops and Good Prices Bumper crops and splendid weather have made the rich acres of farm land in Kentucky a source of wealth and comfort during the summer and so far into the fall is the report of Commissioner of Agriculture Rankin The late fall has enabled the farmers to house their crops and the stock is free from disease except the sheep and the farmers are working hand in hand to eradicate the scabbies and lift the Federal quarantine Must Eat Less Lexington Gazette The commis sary general of the army finds that as comparedwith last year the cost cf the soldiers ration has none up from 1965 cents to 215 cents a lay an in crease of 185 cents or nearly 10 per willIcan us poor devils and get the money Il the great increase of the cot of liv ine keeps up the rest of us will have to eat less or get a cheeper grade ot food The trusts have done all in their power to put up the price on everything and this has been largely increased by the most iniquitous tariff bill ever enacted James Hunley sold for Chas Ternll his house on Third and Mol erly to Squire Alex Black for 1250 Shall Richmond Continue to Rent School Houses To the Citizens the Taxpayers the Voters of the City of Richmond we your Board of Education charged with the duty of administering your schools submit the question above It is for yon to decide whether you will continue the present unsanitary inefficient and extravagant method of renting or whether you will make adequate additions to your own buildings at a lower expense issuingbondsColored buildings we state the following facts for your consideration In 1904 the Budget for Education was 11716 in 1909 it is 17685 an increase of 5969 or an average increase in yearly expenses of f1194 about double what the increase in school population and attendance would have extravagancehasschool population and to having to employ two teachers to do the work of one This abnormal expense must continue and increase so long as we continue the present policy Your Board of Education is thoroughly convinced that you can build your own buildings at a lower tax rate than to continue renting In the one case your money goes into your own buildings for a limited time in the other you payout more yearly for an unlimited time and have nothing to show for it The problem as we see it is this Will you pay out 2 250 a year and own your houses or will you pay out more than 2250 too much each year and not own them The following estimates areJiased upon the actual experience of the last five years They assume that the increase in school population the increase in State per capita will continue at the same rate These estimates are intended to show fairly what the budgets will be for the next five yEars With New Buildings Without New Buildings Budget at present in the City 10000 wITH WITHOUT 19101110000 11425 191112 IOOOOIi 11825 191213 10 000 12600 19131410400 13150 191415 u u u 11075 14025 Totals 51475 t63t5 In estimating the budgets With New Buildings the 2250 foi the bands have been counted in The actual budgets for the five years for the administration of the schools would therefore be 11250 less than 51475 or 40225 The actual difference in cost between running the schools live years in ourown and in rented buildings will bo approximately 21800 near Iyenough to pay off the bonds But you askHow can this be We will explain next years budget With New Buildings Present City Budget10000B- ondsIncrease2450Decrease in present rents and incidentals u 700 Decrease in fuel and repairs450Increa-sein State Per Capita eitimated 600 From tuitions of County High chool Studentsestlmd 600 l2Lo 42350 2850 ndget for 101011 9900 I t Estimated at lOOCb I F Wifhout New Buildings Renting 10000tuitionsTwo White Teachers ii 800 One Colored Teacher t Vvi 275 4 Rents and incidentals new u t uu 300 Increase inState Per Capita u v u f600 11975 t6QO Budgetfor 1910U 11375 With new and adequate buildtagswe have estimited the budgets for the next three years at the seine sraount believing that the increase la State Per Capita the tuitions from CntyHigk School stalesta aad the iaeieased r efficiency of the present faculties will be able to take acre of tJaeurlSal hr crease in attendance without an increase of teaching force This coaolaBioaiB justified we think bythe fact that the City budget was 10194 IB 1907 and only 10000 IB 1906 This la tra notwithstanding the feet that the White School census has increased 215 students and the average attendance 125 Your1 balldinga are BOW erowitod aad next years Increase will bare to be bikaire olin rBt bUdl fs if you fi1 to provide Jot a4dltLie to yarM- MIM h1 ei se 1114 e1wa ar f1thIJj pbsMi II+ ainot MA 9t tmam c 1 ca JcJ Jt f Animals ar4 IMlrict It Is a mistake to Imagine that ant mals are prevented by nstlnct from eating injurious food A chicken will drink paint n cow partakes of water In which noxious chemicals have been washed ducks cheerfully swallow snails and choke themselves In the process No animals like children need watching Recently numerous cases of poison Jug In ducks which followed the con sumptlon of cabbage leaves have at tracted much attention A few hours after feeding polsqnlng has manifest ed Itself by loss of appetite great weakness tottering steps and sometimes death From time Immemorial ducks have thrived on cabbage leaves The poultry farmers were greatly puz zled Then It was discovered thjit various caterpillars were concealed In the cab bage leaves hence these tears But the point Is that far from Instinctively detecting any danger and behaving accordingly the ducks consumed great quantities of the leaves with much apparent rellsbLondon Answers Pleasure and Sacrifice An alert little flveyearold was visit- Ing a city park with her mother for the 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 and have a ride Shortly after dinner they stood on the bridge over the lagoon watching the boats below and listening to the cry of the barker as he tried to Induce the passing crowds to patronize his swan boats But when her mother started toward the boat landing little Elsie declared very vigorously that she did not want to go at all and as her mother urged her broke forth In tears This sudden fear was so different from her former eagerness that her mother could not understand it until she noticed HIP boatmans call He was crying Come along Come along Ride clear round the pond Only 5 cents for ladles and gents Children thrown in- Apples as Omens In parts of England many quaint su perstitions still center round the apple Apples hung on strings and twirled before the fire 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 supposed to give a view of the Inquirers future husband who will be seen peep lug over miladys shoulder ieel sate ly taken from an 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 a bowl of wa ter in which are floating a number of apples Mothers must drop forks into the bowl from a distance of about four feet If tin fork pierces an apple the font Is believed to protect the perform ers children from catching coldLon don Scraps For Rent Eight offices in the McKee block Steam heat water and janitor service Splendid location and very desirable Possession at once Also the store room on Main street occupied by Charles Pigg Apply at once RJI McKee Actual Starvation Perry Thomas Give Facts Regarding Dyspepsia Although indigestion and dyspepsia are so prevalent most people do rot thoroughly understand their cause and how to obtain relief There is no na son why people should not eat anj thing they desireif they willonly chew it carefully and thoroughly Many actually starve themselves into sickness through fear of eating every goodlooking goodsmelling and nood tasting food because it does not agree with them Dieting cannot cure dyspapsia If we refuse every article of food that die agrees with us before long we have nothing left and find ourselves chron ic dyspeptics VeuresoconfldcntthatwB can fur tiieli relief for indigestion and dyspep slaihat we promise to supply tho medi clUe free of all cost to every one who uses it according to directions who isiiot perfectly satisfied with the re dulls We exact no promises and put no one under auy obligation what eyer Surely notning could be fairer We are located light here where you live and our reputation should be sufficient assurance of the genuineness of our offer We want every one who is troubled with indigestion or dyspepsia in any form to come to our store and get a box of Kexall Dyspepeia Tablets rake them howe and give them a reasona bit trial according to directions They ale very pleasant to take they soothe the irritable stomach strengthen and invigorate the digestive organs promote a healthy and natural bowel ac tion almost immediately relieve nausea and stomach irritation produce Healthy digestion and assimilation and promote nutrition A 25cent package of Rexall Dyspep sin Tablets furnishes 15 days treat went In ordinary cases this is sum dent to produce complete relief In more chronic cases a longer treatment ot course is necessary and depends upon the severity of the trouble For such cases we have two larger sizes 60 cents and L Remember you can ob ain Hexall Kemediesiti Richmond only at our store Tbe Rexall more Perry and Thomas Richmond PL DARN tD IG c DiDrrQQUCUDn THE BAR SINISTER A Powerful Love Story of The Far North All Star Cast SPECIAL SCENERY PRICES a5= 35oIsk N Jtli c J n Popular Girl j Piano iContestis Dooming The Girls are Hustling for Votes and are well Bunched in the Race The Climax Popular Girl Contest is moving along nicely and every young lady is working faithfully to win one of the elegant 40000 Pianos we are going to give away It is easy work to do and the one who proves the best worker will win the prize We are of fering three special inducements this week Read them in this ad Another JewelryBox In order that others of the faithful workers may have a chance at the Handsome Jewelry Boxes we have decided to offer one of them to every young ladv contestant bring big In Ten Dollars by 5 p m Oct 30 Young ladies who bave lormerly won one ef these boxes are barred This the offer made by any The are the best on the well their price To The Occasion- Mrs Jenkins returning home af Let being away for two wceksUTomh- ow did all those empy bottles get into the cella- rJenkinsuI dont know I never bought an empty bottle in my life Expert Lexington Gazette In another col umn of the Gazette is reproduced a part of Senate W O speech before the Court of Appeals in argu- Ing for a new trial Ion Beach Hargis The Senator sizes up in his vigorous manner Judge Adanfs of the Breatbi t circuit court and in thoughts that speak and words that burn shows that ho is incompetent and unfit to fill the position ol circuit judge It is a Republican estimate of a Republican Judge Adams is candidato for reelection and The Gazetto hopes that those who have intended to vote for him will read Senator Bradleys re marks and reverse their intentions The Democrats have an able candi date in the person of Judgo Red wine so there is no excuse to continue an incompetent on the bench WASH DAY Instead of being a day to be dreaded will b r like every other dayif you will have our wagon call for the work You need not be afraid that your articles vill not be prrperly laun deredor that they will not last as long they will if you send them to us for we employ only expert help kind use the finest and best of soaps etc Office 108 Main Street City Laundry Hugh Tevis Manager Special Offer of M Free Votes As an extra inducement to the girls to turn in their votes quickly we will until Octpber 23 at 5 p m give absolutely free 500 Extra Votes on every dollar turned in After that date voUs will be awarded as heretofore is will be as much ted by the bride anti groom ai some thing that will be of as well as usein other words silver backed hair brushes combs sets etc In these lines we are showing splen did assortments assortments that compiro with the most stocked of at prices that ate much better than those quoted here or elsewhere You will do well to inspect our stocks before you buy elsewhere L E a I Muff 500 A set of in at I at 750 2200 80 Sn Special Prizes To the girl bringing in the mps in each Before 30 at pm will be given a- Handsome Gold- Necklace IB no affair but a Neck lace will be proud to wear n biggest ever newspaper pianos brands market and worth wholesale 40000 The Climax Printing Co Equal Testimony Bradleys Normal Extra Silver Toilet Sets Nothing apprecia practical decorative manicure favoiably completely metropolitan establishments LANE Each District October Read This4 Dr 01 Phares Liberty Ind says have tested Bourbon Cholera Remedy in tan cases of this fall and it has proven successful in nil but one It was not given according to instructions in the case wliirh it Sold l v Perry Thi mae Tie Apaci Winter LadlEs Miritlii atten lion to needlo wurk The lone winter evenings ideal for doing fancy lisp carries a full line of stamplugbe glad at any time to show her beautiful Chi ixt mae novoltiep are to sern her When in the need of a Materials Stamping call tMiss Eva Roberts Fira Street rt We are Receiving the Choicest Lot of A Evaporated Fruit The best Canned Goods and the choi A cest brands ot Fancy Groceries We C qualityI 1 est of market prices See our beautiful of J Queensware Wooden Granite and Willow Ware 6 S WELl McKINNEY t GROCERSC ti C Telephone 223 S 1 JVewandZlltraz7aslzona61e t II tljles Jn UOmelJtear Suits Coats and Dresses in Handsome Array Eveiy devotee of fashionevery fashion lovinpf woman will b interested in thisIt tl display Our Mr Wile has just returned from Nw York with jurannents which mark a new standard even for this store The new effects the style ten 1etHie for Fall are pictured in these models to a most exacting diee Our firtsig1itorthim brought any amount of praise from us and we are more than anxious that you should see these new Fall creations Fashions latest conceptions for Fal in twopiece suits ccats arid dresses present the newest ideas at attractive prices cr 6 To find better values and a more authentic delineation or the new Fall models is impossible This hrsan acknowledged leadership iir womens wpar and this showihg willudd more nraiso to our already w llvarned u ross Th r4Icwiiin wotd pictures give you just an idea jf the many iiteietingrea ur tlwttjIl hQlinlpuIt25OO TO 0 jlSkFURS A good Fur at pretty consisting pillow or rug muff nd Btylisbnenkpiece natural water mink S750 IRitatinB Lynx Sets at ia60 anil S17GO l Black Carcul Sets to jBUck Coney Mulls at 22 00 AKenaiB J1Ck Poney COAt inches long best eStin lined Extra PI IS25CO in votes district 5 Thfp cheap anybody I Hop cholera in failed Witn Of atnuilv are work Eva Roberts patterns Many be at shop 1 Embroider etc on qu line store I Goats and CapesTS WjBroadelothCipes AIolortlf4 coo 25 00 r vWe Rtibb erJ l Rain Cipesl05O o 2500 tFI1p law h On r 411o it I t l= = = ff h1 OJ 1cl1A i tmm t J cM t r j v J itf iv WIIIJ- i J L J LJ1 4 1 wr = 1EiCUI SiLONI I OUR PRIVATE CAR VIRGINIA = = I Hebron Ky July 24 3909 Swenson Land CoIChicago Ill Dear Sirs Your kind favor at hand and must say that I was agreebly surprised at the kindness youhave shown ate in deducting the interest trom my note and please acceptinythariks for same I think I was the first man from Boone County Ky to buy Texas land and have had a great many to call on me in regard to that country and several of them have gone down on this present trip with the inten tion of buying and trust that I can influence others to go for I think that a great county Wishing for your success and thanking you for kindness I remain Yours very truly Signed W R ROUSE One of the best farmers of Boone county Ky BovINA i B ovina was known long before the coming of the farmer as the greatest cattle shipping point in the county It was the Mecca or gather ingxplace of the old time herdsmen of this section During the yearssince then it has developed wonderfully due to the results obtained from the soil and stock Being on the main line of the Santa Fe gives us unex celled shipping facilities Stores banks and business of all kinds are prosperous Clothing food stuffs and other supplies cost no more at Bovina than other points Building materals can be delivered 1Q per cent cheaper in Bovina than in most northern or eastern markets Our schools are of the best We have several young flourishing church organ izations New buildings are going up every daylots are worth double what they were two years ago Opportunities for business enterprises are unlimited You make no mistake in locating at Bovina Going to Use Any = = y Luniber Doors LathsPaint Rubber or Felt Roofing J i PLANS FURNISHED REASONABLE 4 Better come direct to Todd lackey Comer Main and Orchard Streets AND GET A SQUARE DEAL Telephone 100 Richmond Ky Ueo0 Msurfischen Formerly with J B Stouffer Merchant Tailor Appartments over J E Sexton Phone J73 All Kinds o- fPressineleanyn Repairing Satisfaction Guaranteed Your Patronage Solicited Thisis the tradeI mark is whichI every bottle of the genuine Scoffs Emulsion the standard Cod Liverf Oil preparation of the world Nothing equals it to build up the weak and wasted bodies of young and old FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS Send ire name of paper and thb ai for our beautiful Saying Eank and C1dds SketchBook Each bank contalU a Good L ck renny SCOTT JtOWMI 4M PMT SI N Y e1fds111 by Perri 1i =u n Oj 41 Sash Our New Vigorflyers the best that was made But Ayers Hair Vigor new im proved formula is better It is the one great specific for fall ing hair Anew preparation in every way New bottle New contents Ask your druggist to show it to you the new kind Doa not change the color of the hair A e Dorm ata with eACh bottle Stow It to your doctor 4ck btrrabeut It then doeeheasys As we now make our new Hair Vigor it doss not have the slightest effect upon the color of tbe hair You mat use freely and for length of with Stopsrallingifcale ty the Jr c Ayer Co XxnreU MMS If you are going to sellout and want your goods to bring all they are worthShearer je W White HattKr j j to conduct yottr tie His arpaare rsasonsbit Liver Trouble Remedy Free Any intelligent person can be his oflivernot be mistaken If the white of the eye becomes yellowish if the skin be comes sallow if pimples and blotches appear if the bowels do not move if you have sick headache if you are yourliveryetfoundSyrupPepsin laxativethe Slow of gastric Juice thereby soon enabling the liver to do Its work natur remedynsinglebottleFor example John W Lee 619 S Penn ave Indianapolis Ind had astubborn and very longstanding case of blotchesjaundiceninchum Jackson Ky says tho samo tothegency as you can never tell when somo member of the family will need a good laxative suffererCaldwells Syrup Pepsin without personal freetestyouhowworks It will start you on the of your trouble and convince you thathave found a cure That Is the youIthe sample and the doctor urges send for It today If there Is anything about your ailment that you dont understand or If you want any medical advice write to the doctor and he will answer you fully There tno charge for this service The address Is Dr W B I Caldwell 600 Caldwell bId ilontlcello Ill I I STOCKTON S HAGANI It is always in the long run to get the best We do the very CbestWork Give us your order and you will be well pleased and thoro r i A satisfiedRK dt Stone t Phone 432 Bilious Feel heavy niter dinner Tonguo coated Bitter tutePCom pJexiott sx wl Liver M4 waking Hf D rKefmMa care bUlIe Mbjtkti tine at say 4r4tOT LEAVINGI RIHMONO MADISON COUNIV1 KENTUCKY November 1st = and 15th 1909 RRFare rrieals and birth at less than half the Price with us j AN OLD MANS OPINION OR TEXAS Experience Meeting of Bovina Home Seekers After having heard from everybody and before you go any further I would just like to let you know what an old man like my self thinks about your country Iam eighty years old and declare since coming here I feel almost like a young fellow of seventy years For years I have been toubled with asthma hardly a night passed but what I coughed myself to sleep or stayed awake all night through difficulty with my breathing Down here all has vanished I do not cough I breathe with ease have enjoyed every day since I came here and slept well every night I think I am probably better qualified to speak abovt this country than any one here because I have in my lifetime pioneered nearly every new country opened during the last GO years I passed through some of the Western States when my wagon wheels sank to the hubs in sand when we had to pull the box from the wheels then snake the wheels and gears out separate I have farmed every country from Dakotas Kansas Minnesota Wisconsin to the clay banks of Lake county Ill I must say that here is the most re markabe condition I have ever struck I have driven over miles of land every foot of which is equally good My only regret is that my means are limited and instead of buying a dozen sections I must limit myself to one I want to say to every one of you here today you can make no mistakes by investing here The prices may seem high but take it from one who has been through a great many land openings this land that you have iu the last few days driven over will more than double in value in the next few years I am going home tomorrow and am going to take to my friends and neighbors a most favorable report Then I am coming back here as soon as I can adjust my business and the train will bring me Before coming here I was told by representatives of this cdrapa ny that this county would add 10 years to my life Since arriving I am certain that with Gods help I will 20 years more and round a centurys experience ORLANDO BROWN ChicagoI WRITE OR ON Office over for printed be sent request Spitting Nuisance If the local authorities want to stop the disgusting habit of spitting mucous on the sidewalks they had better instruct the people as to the best method of killing the catarrh germs and curing catarrh You can easily tell by reading the symptoms below whether you have catarrh or not- Otfensivebreath frequent sneezing discharge from nose stoppage of the nose huskiness of the voice tickling in throat droppings in throat a cough pain in chest loss of strength variable appetite spasms of coughing low spirited at times raisingof mucous difficulty in breathing loss ot vital force B L Middelton has a sensible remedymoney back if it fails for catarrh called Hyomei which is a vaporized air so antiseptic that when it is breathed over the inflamed and germsinfested membrane It kills al germ life and cures catarrh The price including hard rubber in haler is only 1 00 and money back if it doesnt cure Extra bottles 50 centfI have tried almost everycatarrh cure on the market without benefit Have been using Hycmei for one week and feel like a4new man al readyWm V Goode Neward Ohio June 21 1- D09MONA Cures Indigestion It relieves stomach misery sour stom ach belching and cures all stomach dis ease or money back large box of tab lets 60 cents Druggists in all tow- nsBoltonW B General Blacksmith Carriage and Buggy Painting Special Attention t- oRepairing Buggies Wagons and Farm Machinery We Put On The Best Rubber Tires Made Our Facilities For lintdin kwlosiig Are Unsurpassed Shop atKY Works Water Street Jennets rot Sale I have for sole for or five firstclass Jennets atjeefiiflB ante tlgbt years otdorpartkttikM Mil on or ddreas IHUrf 7l trynanR F D8 li641 K1etua4iX t slaves to tho Servants I am very tired said tbe fashion ably dressed woman 1 have been working dreadfully bard all day Doing what Why seeing to my serv ants working for them Didnt you know that the more senants you have the harder you must work Certainly 1 have to do all the shopping for my servants have to buy their uni the caps and aprons of the the clothing of tbe housekeeper and have to see to the marketing tooyes and very often In spite of tbe fact that I have a housekeeper I must or they will form a combine to rob me of I have The housekeeper will get a rakeoff that will enable her to retire in a few yeasts Then perhaps It is I who must bunt a plnce as housekeeper for some one else Oh yes if you want to keep your position as mistress of a household of servants you must keep hustling You cant afford to let the grass grow under your feet to tiny great extent New York Press He Got a Hundred Sammys mother talked to him long and earnestly about the poor marks he had been petting In his work at school She painted in alluring colors the ca reer of the little boy who studies his lessons and gains the love and respect of his teachers She went even further She promised him that if he got good marks she would give him a whole dime all for his own Sammy seemed Impressed That afternoon he returned from school fairly dancing with joy Oh mother he shouted I got a hundred Sammy cried his delighted mother She hugged him and kissed him end petted him and gave him the dimeAnd what did you get a hundred in she finally asked In two things replied Sammy without hesitation I got forty in readin andTilxty in spelllnEery bodys Magazine Trapping the Faryon William Morris did not always get tits jokes right end first In a Mograpfiy of her husband Mrs Edward Hiirae Jones tells of the ease with which he reversed them A dinner gathering had all been ask- Ing conundrums Who killed his brother Cain asked Burne iones Morris fell into the trap at once Abelfl be shouted Later in the day be came In laugh Ing I trapped the parson by Jove he exclaimltll him Who killed his brother Abel Cain he said at once Ha I said I knew youd say that Every one does I came away and left him puzzled enough and I doubt if hes found out yet what the Joke was Not Qualified Two men were petting warm over a simple difference of opinion They turned lo the titled man Isnt a jomenuide strawberry short cake better than a cherry pie demanded one of them Isnt a homemade cherry pie bet ter than any shortcake Inquired the otherThe third man shook his bead I iont know bo said board Cleveland Plain Dealer The Trijepii Tongue Henry r eki you re a foolr You whoa IwaNo dfdat2ttblnkSo a st bI- Qfr i liIjErI R sr I 8OUR MILET STACKS AT BOVINA I to and There Is no question about that at aUfor the lame and aching 00back is caused by diseased condition of tho kidneys and bladder It is only common sense any way that you must euro condition by the cause of tho con dition And lame and aching back are not by any means the only of derangement of the kidneys and bladder There are multitude of and un of more or less condition Some of these are for instance Extreme and unnatural lassitude and weari ness nervous heart ir rest scalding sensation and sedi ment In the urine Inflammation of the bladder and passages etc DeWItts Kidney and Bladder Pills are an exceptionally meritori ous remedy for any and all affec tions or diseased of results are at once felt They regulate purify and effec tually heal and restore the kid neys bladder end liver to perfect and healthy condition even In some of the most advanced cases Swenson Land Company Will run an excursion to Bovtna Texastrichestt ofandrain Grand climate On main line of Sante Fe Railroad EstillWecounty men to go on this Excursion Hartford City Ind April 12 1J09 Swenson Land Co Chicago Mil Gentlemen I had the pleasure of visiting yowl lands at on the excursion leaving Chicago April 6th To say that I am pleased would be insufficient Thirty years ago I rode over the Panhandle and thought I was very well acquainted with it but I found a new country which very much exceeded what I expected to find In fact I was so favorably impressed with it that I expect to some member of my family at BOVINA having contracted for 320 acres I was well pleased with the treatment accorded me by your people and wish them all the in the world in the development of your country very truly Signed E C STORMRr 3 Mr is a welltodo farmer living near Hartford City FOR FULL PARTICULARS CALL FREEMAJM GRIDERPerry Thomas Dru1StorewSend matter Will on Carriage forms maids everything asked u n Bovina i 7 That Lame Back Means Kidney Disease Relieve the Lame Aching Back You Must Relieve the Kidneys a l a removing symptoms a wellknown mistakable indications a dangerous irritability sleeplessness operatedirectly locate success Yours Storm n And First conditions beneficial E C DeWitt l Co Chicago want every man and woman who have the least suspicion that they and a trial box of these Pills will bo sent freo by return mail postpaid Ibr Sale by All Dr Some women retain their beauty to an advanced them Avoid the pain treat yourself at home byx Cardui as thousands of other women have Begin at once and give Cardui a fair trial TAKE The bladder Womans Beauty agerapidly someformtakingi CARUI3 36 If Will Help You vmtesjsoon to muchbetterAT ALL DRUG STORES Rural Telephones tfrlrme ako your loom H TnndR n for vent family as A city rest ilenc1 and placo yours If ill n position to gIt the Inieet marker quotations e any tiuiQ ThU can be accomplished by means of our telephone eerviee which you Ann your neighbor ran gt for a stint that is small compared with the bene tits received Call or nddreES our nearest ofTe or write direct to hcadquarteri Nesbville1onnesjeofor information regardie our special JTarKiere Line tale If at present you are not enjoying telephone service we ML hurnodiatcly UiterciS yoyQar lines cover the States ot Keatncky XeuaciMU Mississippi 14twts1rexiand the Southern portion erf 1asiujT Illinois Bast Tennessee TclehcaeCo Incororated p J t r i REAL ESTATE r AGENTS Ift riT GYSS THEyyE EST RES9LTS LrGNiTRADE s AtnErX J TRUSS HOLDSIN POSITION We make a Specialty of Fitting Trusses Perry and Thomas IField Garden IS E E DI I r I IWe have just received a large shipment of I Field and Garden Seed and invite those who are contemplating sowing gras to Ycall and examine our line and pisabefore making a purchase Our line of t Staple and r G ROC ERJES I was nOVel mora complete than now Tate ndSonI 35t I i r eo S1 I V r Floral Designs Cut Flowers Plants t Furnished on short notice Special attention tin 11 design for Funerals and Weddings at Richmond Greenhouses i 0 WET MAIN CTELEPBONJ88 tasn IThe Latest Things For Men I W DOldhamandqCompany CsIJI4rJr ATTOBHJCYATLA 313HMOND KENTUCKY Jffico over State Bank A Trust Co op posite Court House on Main Street Dr Robt C Boggs Dentist Telephone 267 Office in Oldham Building Dr C H Mainhart Graduate ifcKlllipp Vetrlulor College so Il- lVeterinary Surgeon CALLS ANHWEKED PROMPTLY Offlce at Vaughn SaoraeU Stable Telephone n RICHMOND KT JGBOSLEYPhysician 4 O lce ocr Stmlfer Soperat Rootii2uid3 MaUi Street RICHMOND Office Ilioue Rea Phone 210 Call up C W Cobb at Red House Ky for Country Hams Country Bacon Coun try Lard the kind your mother had Phone 2462 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 us a trial order and get acquainted with our Coal and method of doing business t i 1 1 Tluiji QD I O D M OHENAULT- ATTORNEYS AT LAW ilCHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen alts grocery R Emmett Million Successor to Burcin Den- nyDENTIST Orer State Bans Trait Company TELEPHONE SSt Dr F S Smith DENTIST Hobson Building PHONE 205 rarry M Blanton s DENTIST WOce ID Bennett Building yanlr TElJtPHONElW Dr Hobson Dentist McKee Block HTESCream VermifugeTHE WORM REMEDY THE CHILDRENS FAVORITE TuNIC Or IMITATIONS THE CtNUINC PREPARED ONLY BallardSnow Liniment Co- aT LOUIS MO Sold by Perry Thomas Taken Up As Estray Two black shouts weight about 50 pounds each Came to tny place about two mouths ago Owner can have same by proviug property and paying charges Sept 29 09 Jno J Todd 4t Tern Ky A Shaking Up mayall be verywell so far as the trusts are concerned but not when it oomes to chills and fever and ma lafla Quit the quinine and take a real cure Ballards Herbine Contains no harmful drugs and is as cer tain as taxes If it doesnt cure you get your money back Sold by Perry Thomas olm Send in name of some young lady you would like to see get a150 piano The Climax For Rent Store room on First St Snitable for any kind of business Apply at tf A Dobrowsky important Announcement In order to close out quickly we offer all Spring and Summer Goods Jit Cost ad Less Thai Cost 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 Goodsconsisting of every new creation in Womens Wear and must make room Iorthese geods We bought them at very low figures and can sell them lower than you can find the same qaality elsewhere ijB Walker= i Womems Woes Richmond Women Are Flndlna Relief at Last It does seem that women have more than a fair share of the aches and pains that afflict humanity they must keepup must attend to duties in spite of constantly aching backs or headaches dizzy spells bearingdown pains they must stoop over when to stoopmeans torturo They must walk and bend and work with racking pains and many aches from kidnty ills Kidneys cause more suffering than Keepthemaintained Head of a remedy for kidneys only that helps and cures the kidneys and is endorsed by people in this locality Mrs J W Pumphrey Danville St Lancaster Ky says Sly experience with Doans Kidney Pills leads me to believe that they live up to the claims greatdealcould not shep on this account On several occasions my back became so painful and weak that I was unable to attend to mv household duties Being advised to give Doans Kidney Pi11t a trial I did so They helped me from takingthemwould have effected a complete cur I was compelled to discon tinue their use for a time but am now again using them and am cer tain tbat they will soon ria me en tirely of kidney trouble For sale by all dealers Price CompanyBuffalo the United States- Remember the nameDoansand take uo other slm Two nice rooms for rent with board Mrs JT Palmer phone 633 tf Slightly Kohl with Snow When you see that kind of a weath er forecast you know that rheuma readyforthingmadefrost bite sore and stilT joint and muscles all aches and pains 25c 50c and1OO Sold by Perry and Thomas plm Estray Hog A mountain sow came to my place court day and has since been cared for Owner can have same by identi fy ing and paying charges Squire Williams 1m Irvine pike A Banquet spread before you would do you no good if you couldnt eat What goon can food do a child when all soon ns it enters its stomach it is eaten by worms Thats the rcaon your bab is ailing cross pasty f cd aud thin VermiflJgeItwill PerryThomes For Rent Eight offices In the McKee block Steam heat water and janitor service plendid location and very desirable Poeseesiou at once Alsd the store room on Main street occupied by Charles Pigg Apply at once R J McKee English Spavin Liniment removes Hard Soft or Calloused Lumps and Blemishes fcorn horses also Blood Spavins Curbs Splints Sweenev Ring Bone Stifles Sprains Swollen Throats etc Save S by use of one bottle A wonderful Blemish Cure Sold by Perry Thomas Druggists 606 I For Sale typewrllerNew Eczema Curable Proof Now at 25c Try the Oil el WlatergreeaC- eaapeHHd Itch Islaslaat ly Relieved It is usually very costly to consult R specialist in nay disease but for 25o oa a special offer we can now give tp those suffering from eczema or any form of skin disease absolutely instant relief with pros peet of aa early cure A special trial bottle of the oil of wiaterfjreea as cotapoKaded ia the Chicago Laboratories of the D D D Company may be had ia our store oa ODeIIwe years of anecees with this z114 PreriptIonkeewill epttMpecial Sf eutboff M tk1oualo cmnrinMd 14T 0 u C Pdth- e Let Dame yourItdoor When you keep your business a secret you are locking Mme Fortune out See us today about our ad rates 7J ItbpjrUW lam tr W N u Death on the Guillotine Sardolit lb tordef to bb present at the cittcutlott ot tropmau In January LaUoquettedescription he says At daybreak the guests went out upon the cold bleak execution place where the guillotine had already been erected The bedraggled crowd which had spent the night In drinking places sang ribald songs and from time to time shouted for DeIbler the executioner who mcauwblle was explaining the mechan ism The basket In which the head was to drop was brought and while looking at It I was horrified to see the lid arise and a human form emerge Dont worry said Delbler with a smile that Is only my wife who wanted to see the execution and I chose the simplest way to secure a good place for her Clomcnceau saw 2ISJ1and describing how the culprit was dragged to the machine strapped upon the plank and there tortured by await lug the pleasure of Delbler till the knife finally ended It nil said that the horror of It made him sick Why Blinds Were Drawn The Edinburgh landlady of the sev byherblinds drawn closely down on the Sab bath was but carrying on the tradi tions of her greatgrandparents The centurylvnlon Sunday Mr Thompson In his Weavers Craft gives It Some times the minister himself he wrote when he got a colleague to preach for him would make the rounds accompanied by an elder to spy with his own eyes the sins of the absentees Here one man Is found romping with his balms another as the minister peeped through the window was de tected kissing his wife two men were found drinking nle and our was found goingtoeating a hearty dinner All were pull ed up before the session of the kirk arid repentance forced upon each London Standard Bread and Cheese- A couple advanced In years got mar sled lately The husband bad a room lu the bouse securely locked the Inside of which his wife had never seen and being curious of Its contents she begged again and again to sro the room At last be consented and lo and be hold the rooui was full of whole cheeses He explained matters by telling her that for every sweetheart he hud in hIs young days he bought v cheese nis wife began to cry Dont cry dear he said Jre had no sweethearts since I met youK Its not that she replied still sob bing only wish 1 had been as thoughtful as you and bought a loaf of bread for every man that kissed We could have had bread and chse1 enough to last us all our daysLoudo- im TitBits Trouble For Creditors Kven tie simplest law transactions Serum to be beyond the comprehension of souie people Au old farmer went into a growers shop a short time ago irdprvd a sovereigns worth of goods and when they were ready for deliv cry laid down a live shilling piece lu payment thereof Time shopkeeper called out ncre this isnt right as the customer start d to leave Oh yes thats all right repIIedMbe man Ive got permission from the Judge to tins 5 shillings In the pound- A heated discussion revealed that the man mid lately settled au Insol vency upon this basis and expected to continue that method Indefinitely When he was shown his mistake he was very Indignant and evidently con sidered himself a much abused man London Globe She Wasnt Superstitious Mary Mary cried Mrs Johnson to her timid what shall I do Ive just lied n most dreadful accident and dont know whets going to happen Ive broken my new hand glass and you know how unlucky It Is to break a looking glass It means seven years unhappiness ror mum replied Mary dont you set no heed on that Look at me Im not fretting and Ive Just broken the large pier glass In the drawing roomLondon Fun- Leftover Material Barbara aged four had hiways been allowed to make small rakes out of the scraps of dough left from the uioru Ings baking so one morning after be lug sent to gather the eggs she came running In with a very tiny one mill exclaimed Oh mamma see this little egg It must be thats all the dough the hen had IeftDclineator Ups and Downs The world Is full of ups and downs quoted the wise guy Thats right agreed the simple tang We are ci- ther trying to live up to a good repu tatlou or trying to live a bid one downPhiladelphia Record i A Piano Club Mrs HuttouWe are organizing a piano club Mr Klatlelgh Will you joIn us Flatleigh With pleasure Mrs Ilutton What pianist do you propose to club flrstChicaga News Better Left Unsaid Hostess Its beginning to rain Joull get wet I think youd better stay to dinner Departing Guest Oh dear no Its not raining so badly as all that Sydney Bulletin r Fruits of adver tising in this paper fill give- yQuapleaunter S suo prise than when SkaajdrV o J if i fMMOnCIi4IID lND GAkEllEEIRIGG REGISTER ROCKfORD 1K- C0PRSPONDENCC I I SOLCITEOJ This matter must not be reprinted wltb out special permission- OVERPRODUCTION OF APPLES The point has been raised by many iv4w have visited sections of the west where large areas art being planted to pple trees under conditions which make possible the production of a maximum quantity of fruit ofthe high vat quality whether so many trees are being set as to result In a serious over production and a reduction of present prices to the point where there will be little or nothing left for the grower after necessary expenses and freight charges have been met The question Is time which may and should be taken Into account but does not seem to fur mush cause for alarm for n good many years to conic Among some reasons rill this attitude may be mentioned the fact that many orchards In New Eng land Michigan Missouri Arkansas mill lesser apple states are past their prime either through advanced age Insert and fungous pests or lack of tillage of the soil and are today pro ducing less fruit than In years gone by and will product less In the future than now Coupled with this decline of old orchards is a quite limited plant hig of new trees in the sections men tioned This means that much of the western planting will be requited to lake the place of orchards that are now doing business in other sections Another factor to be taken Into con sideration is that the highest grade fruit wherever produced never comes Into competition with that which Is nnd rslzed undercolored scabby and wormy It Is likely too that should there lao no enormous increase in the produrtion of high quality apples the well orpinlwd fruit growers associa tions will like pains to see before that liaie comes that a market developed at home or abroad where the surplus inn be disposed of at good prices In fart this is already being done a de mand having been created for Amer ican apples In a number of European mil Asiatic countries A last factor that may be taken into account is that even under the most favorable condi tions of climate and soil there will al ways he many who through lack of knowing how or of forethought anti Industry will not be able to maintain iliilr orchards or ranches on n profit able Ktsis Another commendable sate ciiiinl wIlt be in set only the best varie tits of apples so that in seasons of Heavy rniji the fruit produced may be disposed of at remunerative prices THE SCHOOLHOUSE WELL A reader who lives In a township In which there sire no wells on any of tin tight or nine school grounds lu he area calls attention to the fact that i lien ought to be wells made frog and mouse tight so that the boys and girls ivuuld have a convenient and pure wa ter supply and would not have to both er neighbors In the vicinity going aft r water and often leaving gates unfas tened and windmill out ot gear He makes the further suggestion that It would be advantageous all around if schoolhouse well were located just outside the fence beside time road so that It could be used not only by the school population but also by travel ers along the highway who If a small trough were provided would find It very convenient for the watering of heir horses or III furnishing a drink for themselves A distinct advantage of Mils over the usual location would hI that with the Increased use of tin water It would keep frostier and purer ind be much less liable to become nailed through disuse during vacation time AN OREGON MOSSDACK One old niossback who lives In an Oregon fruit valley whose case was reported to us not long since sold out ti short time ago and moved out of the stale because the fruit Inspector Insisted that he spray his fruit trees The old codger said hell be hanged If hed stay III a slate where he couldnt enjoy personal liberty and do as he pleased It Is the discouraging of the type of horticuliure that wen of this character would follow If left to them selves that Is largely responsible for the splendid reputation a number of western states nr making as produ cers of gilt edged fruit It other cen tral and eastern states would go after this proposition in the same hammer and tongs fashion n long step would be taken toward putting horticulture on rt rational basis CHINA WAKING UP Prospects are certainly brightening ifl Culiia as shown III the recent tied slon of till government to establish ngrlculluraj schools in Manchuria where young men agricultural tastes may acquaint themselves with better methods nt farming The crops to be grown will lllIIllIh the same as those produced In tbenorthern part of till United States Naturally the Chi nese government Is looking to this country for Instructors and has set aside 1OI0O for the support of the new school TM Jdr Pvdmade from Royal Grape Cr ua l1l1u- mtr Insures the most delicious and healthful food baiDAItiflg ABS1iLUTELY PURE spraying tha backs of Infected animals with crude petroleum has been found to be an effective means ot rid ding them of ticks If the colts arc halter broken by weaning time and used to bridle and harness by the tIme they are yearlings the task of finishing them up as tracta ble well broken horses wilt be a sIm- ple one Preliminary returns Indicate a win ter wheat crop of 432920 bushels with yield of 155 bushels per acre While the total yield is a trifle lens than 5000000 bushels below that of last year the yield per acre is 11 bushels better A good many folks will burn kerosene lamps all night with The doors nnd windows closed and then wonder why they feel thick beaded and dull In the morning or ere allllcied with nerv ousuess and indigestion when the thing Is a plain case of cause and effect Unadulterated milk should contain about S7 per cent of water and 13 per cent of solids It also contains bacteria which hasten the souring and ripening processes The number of harmful bacteria which It may contain depends largely upon the degree of cleanliness observed in handling It Danish dairymen seek to bead off an infection of their calves by tubercu losis by removing them from their dams nt once If the latter are found to be tuberculous This malady isone that Is not Inherited at birth but con tracted by drinking germ laden milk Thus removal and giving the calves pure milk insure their healthy develop meat It Is estimated that 300000 people in all registered for the land drawings held In Spokane Billings and Cocur dAIeue If each person on the aver age spent 20 in car fare and hotel bills to make the trip to one of the three places the process of registcring alone cost lu the aggregaf6 SaoOOOOO This Is a good round sum and would have bought 00000 acres of land at 100 per acre It has been found as a result of experiments In sections where peat soils prevail that the application of a good supply of barnyard manure will do much to make them workable and wills t bacterial life to working which VJll uuVke their fertilizer content avail able fcrplant life In this respect nat ural fertilizers seem to be much more effective than commercial fertilizers which are of an inorganic nature Cold storage experiments which have been conducted by the pomoogical di vision of the department ot agriculture seems to show quite conclusively that InIa lOU ttjnt is turned tp sugar The keeping Duality of time fruit is turtber increased By the carefulest possible handling in picking and packing and placing in storage us soon as may be utter pick ing It was found that underripe fruit tended to shrink in storage and lost much of Its sweetness and flavor Trials which have been made with hogging down corn by experiment stations and Individual feeders seem to demonstrate quite clearly that a corn crop fed in this way is bandied with the least possible expense while the bogs make more rapid gain in weight thou under any other system of feeding This Is a somewhat rare instance of where that which seems to be the easiest way ot doing a thing Is also the most to be cotpmepded from the standpoint of dollars and cents To make the plan most effective the field should be feneed off in small areas and the hogs made to eat one section up clean before being turned Into another One of the first things that strike the attention of the eastern tourist in California Is time extensive use of crud petroleum as a substitute for coal Steam engines have ancll tank Instead of a coal tender the oil being drawn from elevated tanks in the same way that water Is for the supply of stem Manufacturing plants not operated by electricity use the crude oil almost ex elusively as do ocean and river steam boats as far north as Seattle The crude oil Is also used extensively In sprinkling railroad tracks suburban streets and country roads arid when the road is once made but a single application of oil Is needed In eight or ten months to keep it in excellent shape The discovery of oil in Cull fornia has been a boon to her trauspor tatlufu and manufacturing interests that it would be difficult to estimate as It Is cheap economical and easily bandied That Turkish red variety of winter wheat Is being sown this fall by many a farmer in the small grain belt who has not raised a bushel of wheat on his place for a score of years or more Among the advantages of substituting winter wheat for pats In a crop rota tion may be mentioned the fact that where conditions are at all favorable it will give a larger net return per acre than oats while It matures two weeks earlier than early oats enabling one to turn under the stubble early and thus keeping myriads of weeds from maturing a crop of seed Where out wishes to make a fall sowing of alfalfa winter wheat makes nil excelS lent preceding crop as there is time to give the land several disking before he nlfalfa Is sown With conditions at all favorable there should be a yield of from wlnty n to thirty five busliplsper icre while the price should no not less thUD Si per bushel rUe Cuban orange crop of 1003 was a record breaker aggregating nearly 500000 crates The output of pine sipplcs was 1000000 crates and tls hulk of It was shipped to New York cky r Any person who does the common work of life which falls to his lot faith fully and well deserves credit as a benefactor of his fellow men Just as truly as do those who labor higher up It Is not so much the kind of work as the way In which It is done that makes it worth while Goats have lately been used In the Lassen national forest in California for tin purpose of denuding strips of land of vegetation to make fire lines Not do the goats eat vegetation of al most every description but they have been known to tear bark loose from god sized trees und strip It up a dozen or more feet Venezuela has 200000 acres devoted to the raising of coffee The number of plantations is 33000 and the annual produtt about 00000 tons Argentina the great wheat granary of South America exported SUC72000 bushels of wheat from Jan 1 to Aug This is about 32000000 more bushels than for the corresponding period last year Light clothing and cool drafts of water are just as refreshing for little ba bios in hot weather as for grown folks and a lot of their fretfulness and cry lag during the heated season are very likely due to the fact that their needs in these two particulars are nor given the attention they deserve Babies have feelings the same as old folks but arent endowed with capacity to kick up as much disturbance If tbelr wants are disregarded A lot has been written and consider ably done ot late along the Hue of eradicating tuberculosis from dairy herds for the sake of these animals and the hogs that may follow them It is about time the babies In town and country homes who are compelled to subsist largely on milk front tubercular cows bad a word said invthPir behalf It may be that dollars dont talk so lanai for them as for the animals In pen or feed lot but common decency and humanity sbould Acc6nlfnsito nbulletln recently Js sued by the department of agriculture milk and the products derived there from constitute onesixth of the total fried of the average family In North America this milk Is produced almost exclusively by cows in the hilly dis tricts of Europe by the goat by the buffalo inrlidla tbe llama ln South America the camel in desert countries and the mare In Russia and central Asia Sheeps mllktlif used in solDti countries for maklngxbcese arid other purposes white Ip arctic regions the milk of reindeers la commonly usei f for food A north owa farmer claims to be the only Ulan In the west who lsrals lag thoroughbred Arabian horses Twenty years ago he brought three colts with him from his native land Today his herd numbers fiftytwo and ton of them have been selected fur ring purposes and will be exhibited nt neighboring state fairs These Arabi alas are very attractive in appearance having silver manes and tails and glossy coats of a beautiful bull color The owner has on his farm besides stables and quarters for his men n complete circus equipment for the training of his horses Owners of telephone telegraph and power transmission companies in some sections or the country are reporting considerable damage to poles from the attacks ot the common red headed woodpecker wbtcb with the gradual decrease III number ot trees has conic to look upon the poles as a legitimate place for the building of a nest The excavation for the nest which is usual ly three Indies in diameter and tire or six inches deep not only weakens the pole by so much but the nest becomes a point where the rotting process sets in Attempts which have been made to stop the work of the birds by filling the nest with stones has made st bad matter worse as they usually proceed to excavate another nest adjacent to the old one and thus enlarge the cavity A soaking of the poles In creosote has proved quite effective but this Involves a larger expense than most com panics are nt present willing to stand Town health officers should Inquire more carefully than is customary into time practice followed by many slaugh ter house proprietors of hauling the carcasses of animals which have died of one disease or another to the hog prtis and allowing the porkers which art to furnish the people ot the com munity with toothsome pork chops and sausages to devour the diseased and often germ laden flesh from the dead animals bones This might be nil right for Fiji Islanders or Patagonians hut It Is too much for the stomachs ot supposedly civilized Americans at least when they knowof It Federal authorities have cleaned up the big packing ho csJt Is ablaut time the siinie timing were done the small town slaughter houses by state and local authorities Jt doesnt mate mat tenS better If this practice is followed only with hogs that are shipped to the hip packing centers as this Is merely a transference of the proposition from pork clops and sausage to banunnd bturwhlch tbe customer of the local shop eats a few montbs later r 4 ft f j IB E SURE y jVOTJ J A JFTIE Hu H tI t i iI hr1c t fI Mq Rh l ICK uco o u r iiIi 1Ij1 A PURELY VEGETABLE COMPOUND n II CURES BILIOUSNESS CONSTiPATION DYSP5PSJA H COMPLAINTS MALARIA CMSLLQ AND FEVER AiD Aii LSVER 1 SA GUARANTEED CURE for rail diseases cacpric JT a TOR PID LIVER Ono bottle purchased today nay eavj g oa a tri u sick spoil tomorrow1 SMALL DOSE LARGE EOTTLSPRICE SQs GET T CI C iT BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT Ctr 500SOZNcrth Second Street ST LOUIS KO Sold and RocoiuiJondcc b PERRY THOMAS 4 1 l I George English i PLUMBINGDoctor 1 l 1II Gas and Gasoline Engines I l Worksf1 210 E Main Street Phone 619l I i RICHMOND KENTUCKY j f7 1 Freeman Grider a a 4 R aVEit te Fire LiflrAcciten Lllnd iabUit1J nsu nace Agen ts J t 1 rII you Want to sel ygur property listlit roitk fchetnlL f j jJ r Vvfa 1l Ifyou want to insure see them i L tiwtj lui V f Wj Office over Perry Thomas DrugStpie 4t ij 8upremB Satisfaction j 1 f 6jI L in every Salad made withjtjl Ferndell Salad Dressing f j savestime and you run no cbanc of ifi Pur Salad being a failure Its absolute Jy pure its flavor is delicious its oirtomical because it can be reduceilwiSitinfr lokfflavor Io t5 Bottle i tr1 7 at r r rh SS I 11JCOuinJtml Crl Phone 72 232 West Main street t The Lexll lleraldr k Acknowledges but one superior among the morn ing n wspapers of Kentucky iLls the First N ws paper m Central Kentucky and in many respects the First Newspaper in the State The Basis of this Claim The Controversy ovoi the Discovery of the NtI Pole has been the world sensation The Herald is the only newspapdr in Kentucky to purchase and reoe the copyrighted stories of both claimants to the hon I The Fight for the 1909 Tobacco Pool has bee one news topic overshadowing State interest for th past tEree months The future historian whea m ing for material upon which to make up the flj l torical estimate of this history making struirgle t findin the files TheLexington Herald themost coiu pl S2D mpQr Qti1 jI The Most Complete Reports ever gki was the verdict oflihosewhoi attended the recentcentennialr c iTntion of the Christian Church of Kentucky uti the wavin which this e vent was handled by the Her aldHj TheiBlue Grass RegionIs the Heart qf Kentucky i i the educational center the center of the States best f agriculture the great Kentucky uews center The Lesington Serald is time only paper that prints the news of the Blue Grass I iJ M y6 yu noticed The Heralds Sporting Page re cently Nothing else in Kentucky equals it If you aie interested in sports read TheuHerald a week and you villberleligl1ted i Blue Grass Farmer Edition t pjmtedeyery Monday morUi gis growing jit circula tion A competent will hereafter devote his entire time to making this the one Great AgriculturalWeek ly of Kentucky r t j iCThe Sunday Herald alone is w rtll the yearly subscription price ftcont pare JJlY9rably inthe extent and variety of itsj j1f turesTyrith the largest metropolitan Sunday paper AIi A Special Offer I f t For tne next tVroVeek 1he eraldxoffers4o1send all editions to new sabseribers to January 1 on receipt L J 3 ofSlOO CornpyIt tqQ U F U j h b J v Lj I Tile Worra Rcfoowitorf Md OnlyAbseiwth Sm k CellMIIIi Stove Nff Earth e THE WONDER OF THE AGE The HOT BLAST I AIRTIGHT PATENTED JUNK 13 1809 i Patent Sustained Ur C S Circuit Court Jnly5 tfatcnt Sustained by U S Circuit Court of Appeals March 6 1S06 Beware of Imitations and unscrupulous people a stove like or just as good as the Florence Do not I be deceived by such false claims and find it out when too late Examine the Florence carefully before ypu buy i NO SOOT NO SMOKE NO DIRT NO CLINKERS l J EVERYTHING CONSUMED 7At the end of a seasons use with soft coal there will be no soot in the pipe or flue THE ZENITH OF STOVE PERFECTION Madison Ccurt present October Tcrm U money about good houses large house well watered Railroad depot neighborhood House lands Green Wells Isaac Tussey Parks The jointless leg and base full radi ation and ash pan that the has ever been made the interest the stove industry The jointless leg and base the stove the which the only true fire- keeping principle will fire twenty todayThe Air Florence will heat that can by any stove half the cost The perfect floor heater that has been All features patented and stove manufacturer tion damages the Florence Operated According Directions The will heat winter with tons lump coal will heat rooms winter with 234 tons coal The No 51 No will heat 3 4 rooms all winter with 3 tons lump coal C The No 53 No will heat 5 rooms winter with 4 of lump coal jC The No will heat store schoolroom with 6 tons lump coal For church less coal will be required Will burn ton less of hard coal Base of same size and heat twice the space n HOT BLAST AIR TIGHT FLORENCE burns soft coal slack and all smoke and No up the stove flue with soot No dirt inside out side the house It will burn hard coal and all the gases which escape from hard coal lS base burner will burn wood and saw dust wet dry will produce onehalf less 1 d I For any one whose teeth are out who will cut out this ad and bring office This will be taken as 200 cashon a set teeth Commissioners Sale MADISON CIRCUIT Douglas Parrish Plaintiff vs Notice of Sale ct Harriet Fairish e Defendants By virtue of a Judgment rendered by the Circuit at 1809 will on Tuesday October 26th J909 n At 11 ollock a on the premises expose the farm known as the Parrish farm topublic sale TLis farm will be sold in parcels and then as a whole and the bid producing the most wilt accented This farm lieg close to Red House Kentucky six miles from Richmond Ky has on a dwelling desirable out and also one large store It fa improved and well It is close to a It in a most excellent Said land is generally described rs follows towit Lying being close to Red in Madison county and surrounded by the of H B Han r per Sam Todd Bros M H Mrs Tom Florence only bottom with large is on marhet or in of bottom makes air ht below grate is It be as good a keeper years hence as- it Blast Tight twice the space heated other on earth at one only is or made are no yearsfromfor If is to No 21 one small room all 2 of slack or The No 49 or No 23 2 or 3 small all of slack or lump J or 25 or of slack or or 27 all tpns slack or 55 a large or tl of slack or a 3i a Burner the THE or the 3i gases filling of pipe or or b a It or It ft consumedf4eiDouglas Simmo- ns9OO to jDr Hobsonsof COURT VV its I i m U be and it and is and ti Ellison and J H Turpin and for specific boundry reference is made to the Judgment in the above styledcause The rightofway of the L N R 1L1 ia not sold Also about 3 relservedPurchaser will come prepared to execute the required T H COLLINSM C Long Tom Ohenault Auc A Hard This is to certify that all druggists are authorized to refund your money if roley V 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 conghs and prevents pneumonia and consumption Contains no opiates The genuine is in a yellow package Refuse substitutes Sold by Stockton and Son oJm For Sale Radiant House Heater good as new tf Roy C White a Public Sale I will offer for sale publicly on the premises at two oclock p m 011 Saturday October 30th 19Q9 Two Residences on Estill Avenue each containing six propertygood gardens with all necessary out bnildm s such as stable smoke and coal houses etc flood cisterns and water in yard and gas in one of the residences The property will ba told thebestAt the same time and place will sell householdfurnitureof sale Possession given January 1 1909 Mrs David ONeil Long Tom Chenault Auct C Weve Rounded Up the Bet i ti5 Ct Our large purchases of the choice furniture now on t display has I t tenable us to get the best styles and tq name the lowest prices F Now is the time to refurnish your home one room or to buy a fl fiepiece of Furniture for that odd corner that you have Be sure to make an early selection from our showing 2 k ILUZMAN and HIGj1iNSo- t HOME FURNISHERS c Furniture Carpets and Stoves Opposite Hotel Glyndpn Richmond Kentucky WStHeqriiririag M ein sp fl sU Itaiies l iir n oUI An Ordinance WHEREAS the Board of Education of ha City of Richmond find it absolac ly necessary to provide additional and more commodious quarters for the use of the rapidly growing school popula lion of the City ol Richmond the present school house and other quar ters being totally inadequate to accommodate the lIam and WnKUKAs the amount of money necessary to be raised In order to provide adequate accommodations for the schoolchildren of Richmond will in cur an amount of indebtedness the payment of which can not be met without exceeding the income and revenue provided for the city for the year 1910 or any einjle year therefore be it resolved and ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Richmond Kentucky First That the City of Richmond Ky incur an indebtedness in the sum of Twentyfive Thousand 25000001 Dollars for the of erecting and equiping additional buildings for the accommodation of the school children of Richmond Ky that said indebted couponbondsHundred 50000 Dollars each which bonds shall be due and payable as follows Ten at the expiration of five years from the date of issuance and the remaining forty ol said bonds shall be dUe and payable as follows viI Two of same at the expiration of the sixth year and two at the expiration of each year up to and including the tenth year throe at the expiration of the 11th year and three atexpiration of each succeeding year up to and including the twentieth yeai from the date of issuance until all of said bonds shall have been paid in full Said bonds shall bear interest at the rate of five per cent per annum payable semi annvally on January 1st and July 1st of each year and said bonds and coupons shall be payable at the State Bank Trust Richmond Ky Said bonds shall be numbered consecutively from 1 to 50 both inclusive and shall be due and payable and redeemed under this ordinance the order of their serial numbers respectively A sinking fund shall be annually created tor the purpose of paying said bonds as they fall due of the annual amounts respectively as required bv Section of the ordinance to be raised annually for the purpose of paying such bonds and thp interest thereon Sec2lhat the proceeds of said bonds shall be used exclusively for the purpose set forth in this ordinance Sec 3That the amount of money necessary to be raised annually by taxation to pay the interest on said bonds and to redeem said bonds as they fall due as herein provided shall be as tollows towit 1010 2250 00 1011 225000 1913Luu 225000 1913 225000 1914 25000 1915 300000 1810 103000 191u 190000 1018 185000 1919 1 SOO 00 1920 2250 00 192Lutl7G 00 1022 2 100 00 1923 UUun 2 025 00 1924 195000 1925 187500 102LuuUlO 00 1927u 172500 1928 105000 1u 157500 sec 4lhat a tax shall annually be levied and collected on all the rral and personal property within the cor porate limits of the City ol Richmond payinterestand also to create a sinking fund for the payment of the principal of said faith and credit of the pledgodthoreforSec 5 Tha1 an election be and the bylawthe regular general election day at the various voting places in the City of Richmond Ky for the purpose of submitting to the qualified electors of said city the or not the Board ot Council shall incur said indebtedness and issue bonds therefor and the County Clerk of Madison county Ky is requested and directed to supply the ballots necessary for said election end to have printed thereon said question in such form as the law requires and the Clerk of this Boatd is directed to certify a copv of this ordi nance to said County Clerk Sec 6That the Clerk of this Board be and is hereby directed to give notice of said election by the qualified electors of the City of Richmond to be held as herein provided to determine whether or notsuch indebtedness shall be incurred and that such notice shall be published for two consecutive weeks prior to said election by weekly inser tions in the Kentucky IRe ifter Rich mond Climax Richmond Pantograph and the Sentinel they being weekly papers of general circulation in the City of Richmond Ky specifying the amount of indebtedness proposed to be Incurred and the purposes of same and the ampunt of money necessary to be raised annually for interest and sink inn fund Sec 7That the Clerk of this Board publishthsordinance lowing papers of general circulation in Richmond Ky Kentucky Reeister Richmond Climax Richmond Panta graph and the sentinel Passed October 8 1909 MayorAttest Farm Wanted Will rent farm of about 100 to 200 acres for year 1910 L C Epperson 2t Richmond Dividends From Poultry Th3 Department of Agriculture has just issued a statement with reference to farm products and prices making special mention of eggs and poultry This report states that today on the general farms poultry pays the largest dividends although it receives the least attention The price of poultry and eggs in the last ten years has in creased in price to the consumer fast er than any other agricultural pro duct except bacon Eggs have in creased 47 per cent poultry 37 per cent being ten per cent higher than than any other food product such as potatoes beef pork mutton etc In no case have grains increased in such proportion Statics show that Iowa leads in eggs with Ohio second Illin ois third and Missouri fourth lawns egg crop amounts to more than 70 000000 a year But crop and prices are two different matters and it is inter sting to note what a difference is- Is received for eggs in the different States The highest price per dozen Is credited to Nevada the average there being 2088 cents Montana Is a close second with Washington next Ualiorala is fourth and Oregon fifth with an average of 15 cents a dozen The lowest plce is credited to Texas the average price being 77 cents That State disposed of more than 68 000000 at the average price Will Slop Cattle This Year Tanks aad troughs are being built OB the distillery property along the Georgetown1 pike preparatory to slop distilleryiutarted Industry many years ago and thousands of cattle were fattened tfcere every year The practice was discontinued many INraco but ike mafOMMit d eidd toUH tbetr Yf1aphtnLoiabs tWi esrniI The Fall Season Toe fall season is upon Ul The frost is en the pumpkin and the fcr eats have bees painted by the tpuch of the Frost King and they are turn ing crimson and yellow The nights are now longer than the days and the familyas the evening shadows approach gather around the cheerful lire instead ot the spacious portico The crops are all matured and the farmers are busy gathering Into his grainaries the product of his year of toil It has been a bountiful year for him An all wise Providence has sunshine and showers in due season and the earth has brought forth its increase abundantly His condition has been growing bettor from year to year Large crops and good rjflces have put into his pocket a goodly share of cash These beautiful October days the grandest of the year put new strength and vigor Into the lives of those who have tolled through the hot days of summer Eveiy where there is increased activity The mer ohant is getting ready for his fall trade The schools have all opened up Homes are being but In shape for the winter season which is not far off Peace and prosperity arts evi dent throughout our great country nod the people are not waiting for the President to set a day for Thanks giving but are retutning it daily in their evening prayersEx Donts For Churchmen Dont forget that living for all is the aim of all living Dont fail to observe that he who knows only faces has no friends Dont try to open the windows to lifes sunshine unless you have sym pathy Dont forget that where your life does not teach your teaching cannot liveDont neglect your works it you would have your wings take care of themselves Dont imitate men who miss the spirit of the law by making most of the letter Dont fail to learn that farther your life reaches the deeper its roots will strikeDont try to lead the world to a better life by looking like an under taker on Sanday Dont expect to succeed in gaining interest in the church until you have some principal there Most Reassuring Editor Walton of the Lexington Gazette says the action of Federal Judge Anderson In dismissing tbe libel proceedings against the proprie tors of the Indianapolis News in pub lishing articles alleging that theie was a corrupt profit of 2800000 in the sale of the Panama Canal to the United States is almost reassuring The proceedings were instigated by Mr Roosevelt and had so much reborn and politics in them that the judgr would not stand for such a prosecution in his court In dimis lag it be expatiated on the libertyof matters which related so much tothe public interest It is gratifying to find one federal judge who has not de veloped into a judicial tyrant and who has the courage to sustain the press at the risk of becoming an un desirable citizen in the estimation of the exPresidentoJ The small boy reports the wanuf and hickernnt crops as quite large Proud indeed is the urchin with the stained bands PUBLIC SALE OF CttyPpeFty The undersigned Executors ot II D Dll1in bam will on 1rriaay 2909 pursnraut to the authority given to them by said will sell at public auction to the highest and best 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 Hillsdale avenue 125 feet and runs back in parallel lines perpendicular to Hilledale avenue 210 eet and then broadening out BOSS to include a garden in the rear contain ing in all about 1 12 acres The build hug contains eight rooms large halls two cisterns in yard and a smoke house and on the whole is a very desirable piece of property 2 A fine building lot on the east oi said residence lying between the resi dence and Hallie Irvine street fronting Hillsdale avenue 60 fret and running back in parallel lines perpendicular thereto 210 feet This lot is improved by a small tworoom cottage and a frame building used as a carriage house The lot lays well 3 A fine building lot on the west side of brick residence fronting IJillE dale avenue 60 feet and running back in parallel lines perpendicular thereto 210 4 A building lot in rear of dwelling house which fronts Hallielrvinestreet 60 feet and runs back in parallel lines perpendicular to Hallie Irvino street 140 feet to the jicu of the garden of the brick houso and bounded on the north by a ten foot ally 5 Lot No 5 tronts Hallie Irvine street Wand runs back 140 feet and is bounded on the south by a ten foot alley and on the north by the Zjeman lot being about 00 feet wide at the rear After the sale of the above described pieces of property separately it will then be offered as whole and sold so as to realize the laigest amount ofmoney The title to all of the property is perfect and possession will be given on tho let day of January 1910 The property will be sold on the fol lowing termsipOne third of the purchase money wilt be due and payable January 1910 for wbjcb ecurhy may be required and the balance will be dee iH two equal installments tins re spectively a MX aad twelvemonths for wbkh notes will be required bearia interest at the rate of six percent antI xewW by a lisa on the property H D Ray Tkerp ao1 ObeoauttJI U pnquirer Hats 300 EldersV nJOO Now is the Tithe To Buy WINTER UNDERWEARI Mens Standard Fleece Underwear 5Qc quality rnc- Mrs Extra Fine Ribbed Undeswearg fequality v 7c Mens Extra Fine all wool lend wear 125 quality rV QS c Mens Extra Fine all wool grayjUnderwear 155qualifcy I 98c Boys Fleeced Ribbed Underwear extra heav3T per garrneiifc 2fic Boys Union Suits all sIzes each25c 1 Boys Union Suits velvet lined each 59A tLadlestILadies pure white extra heavy Fleece Underwear 50c quality k 45cILadies all wool white or scarlet Underwear 125quality per garment g8c Ladies Ribbed Union Suits all sizes X 50c Ladies Fine Ribbed Union suits all sizes 1 viU U t75cLadies Fine Combination suits all sizes 125 quality i 98c Ladies Print Corset Covers i 25c Misses Oneida Combination suits all sizes 14cMisses Ribbed Fleece Lined Combination suits all sizes 25c Misses Ribbedfull trimmed Fleece Vests i 4r 2c j Misses Ribbed full trimmed Fleece Pants v i 25e Childrens Heavy Ribbed Vests and pants in sizes from 16th22f 15e eachpChildrens Heavy Ribbed Vests and pants in sizes from 24 26 20c each Childrens Heavy Ribbed Vests and pants in sizes from 2S upV i2pc eachg Infants Jersey Ribbed Wrappers iOc each tttchInfants I The Rubens Infants 81 urt se V 1 b5t each ij Ladies Flannelette Night Robes 50c75c and 100 U- Mens Flanielette Night Rbes 75and98c 11 it JV62 itW 1 8 Respectfully Submitred to the Cash Trade f E LIider II Enquirer Hats 3 Stoughton Shoes 350 and 4 ijl t TRY AN AOlN THE GLIM AX f t Jr I T W I L L PAY YOU r 7J e Terms Cash f BROWERS c Fall UrprlseThe Seasons Wonder 3 A And why Becanse unusual out of the ordinary Merchants T usually wait until the middler or end of the season to cut prices J t Stocks are then broken choice things sold only odds and ends left It remained for us to take the initiative to blaze the way This is a JI Hrower Habit y tJ j To lead and not to follow is our motto Surprise was caused wonder created that we should ytalie our fall t stock more comprehensive in detail more vjivied in assortment larger in quantity than ever before and cut the J it tIaimI Furniture Department Leather Goods in Great Variety t Mahogany Couch rplmlstered in A grade leather diamond tuffs regular price 4500 Fall Surprise Price 2iu0 Box Couch upholstered in tapestry 12 inch cedar box regular price S22CO Fall Surprise Priceuu 12 50 t Box Couch upholatered in trrecn denim cedar box rtlular puce if S20 00 Fall Surprise Trice 12 50 Large Turkish Chair upholstered A grade leather Harring toy spring regular price 53SOO Full Surprise Puce9 00 Large Turkish Rocker Hnrriu spring regular price t3503 VFall Surprise Price JTr 23 CO Turkish Leather Rocker mahogany frame regular 500 Ii4lV it Surprise Price2500 Chair to watch regular price 3300 Fall Surprise Pricey 25 Golden Oak LaHier Rickor upholstered seat iind regular 1q price 1850 Foil Surprise Price 0HGoldenOak Leather Rocker regular price 1600 Full SurpriecV Price J i 41 BX jt PepartmentH t Regular 15c papers 7Jc Regular 20c papers J t3L ilio1 lOc Regular 30o 1 5- cnoulr 40 papersi 9flrt i Regular 50c papers u u 25oS R3ulllr j5c papers 4OC 4I Sveral Patterns of Tapestry regularjrlc35 to Soc PalISn prie it Price i i i1 10c Our entireliiio of impprfadwhirpspprs including German leaihars and Tekhos onehialfricVttnofjla to twenty rolls will be closed rgriless ot cot J p iOI J f 1 j i f ton ick out e Regular Pdce if ChargedJ Rug Department 3 Full of Good Things in allSizes VT T 4w It iKl2 Axmiuusterregularprice 23 00 Fal Sucpjjge Prigg 515 00 J0x12 Extra Tupestry Brussels seamless regular price S20CO T SjrP 8Pfice raUi00 JQxiaO ntMgry one siam teg price Sltf00 Eallurprfi Price 12 50 rJ 83xlO CTiiipesry orb seam regular price 1400 Fnlt Surprise ltI- 84gQ6flPapestyseatneiI 10 CO regular price SJ2 50 Fall Surprise jPrfce 7 oo 6 Jilgplow It u tQiarprieo S Fall Snrprine rrice 22 50 JOxb1 AxwIriVter s mlesB r TOiw prlte 15Oi1Pali urprisVPrice 12 50 0x9 Body BrhssJJs rfgciar prc 815 F4U Suirn ig iPric i 12 50 Cs9 TftpeetWv Sarfes ron1rprine1b 00 Fnilr Surprise Prfce t 1 7 CO siDf apery Depattmenf i i + J ttJ43 inch Orfenfal Striflc regulttrprice Soo Fall S nrprtpe Pin1C y J Wa55 nth Crp nr Madras regular price OOc Fall Surprise price SOc y4JCQjinfch Colored Madras regular price SlOQ Fall Surprise P 9c8750 yc 60 Such ColoretFMa lIaB regular price 125 Fall Surprise Erice 1 00 yd 50 inch cWs Strip Silk regular price S2 50 Fall Surprise Piice 1 50 yt J ydVI r CF BROWER COMPANY tJ NRMAlN ROADWAY LEXINGTON EtT a J1iJiiLl JsaeJ t JIa ql tiVi rz I r t i aks