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Digital page images are linked to the text file. iJ ra j a 1I H TIiE RICHMOND CLIMAX Jr IVOLUME 36RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 27 1909 NUMBER 21 11 I WALL PAPER BROWERS t JFFALL SURPRISE t See Ad f F c til C F Brower Go MAIN AND BROADWAY LEXINGTON KY When in Need ofn Plastering or Concrete MATERIAL t SEE ROBINSON Office and Warehouse on L N R R PHONE 142 RICHMOND We also handle all kinds of Feed he Right Way to get good work is- o buy your paper from and up to date ne and get an uplodate paperhanger +++i i i Land5tak Crop J+++++++ + ++ ++++t + + + At Mt Sterling court Matt Long bought Jersey bull at 535 i spring ers at 30 each- Woodford county has provided free dipping tanks for sheep to aid in eradlcatingscabbiesGive genuine rest on Sundays andholidays bygiving them extra feed and attention A sheep with its wool with water will suffer as much on a chilly day as a man with a rainsoaked overcoat- J M BigstafT anti M G Cockren of Bath bought 300 feeding cattle in Fleming countyat an average of i 25 per hundred Itch d in SO minutes by Wool fords Sanitary Lotion Never tail Sold by Perry Thomas DmeuletB oO GUI At the sale of horses in Lexington 304 bead sold for an aggregate of 91580I W J Mont of Lawren oburg sol to M Phillips of IIarrodsburgsix mare mules at UOO and one 57 inch horse mule colt for 115 At Otvingsville Mrs EvaCatlet sold her crop of tobacco consisting of six large barns or about 60000 pounds to J W Clay at 14c a pound Edna May tho Kentucky show mare won the championship in the gaited saodle cla s at the Illinois Stato Fair SprliigHuld Men past middle life havo found comfort and relief in Foley Kidney Remedy especially for enlarged pros tate gland which is very common among elderly men L E Morris Dexter Ky writes Up to a year ago my father suffered from kidney and bladder trouble and several phys icians pronounced it enlargement of the prostate gland and advised au operation On account of his ago we were afraid he could not stand it and I recommended Foleys Kidney Remedy and the first bottle releived him and after taking the second bottle he was no longer troubled with this complaint Sold by Stockton 4 Son United States Senator U D Clayton of Florida was in Georgetown last weekand purchased of H B Morgan an extra pair of mules for 450 AQo 418 W P BAXTERMrs Katherine Gregory of Clark owns 7000 acres of land has 45 acres ot tobacco and was the first person in the county to pool with the Burley Tobacco Society Thos McClintock of Mlllersburg sold to J T Tate Son of Shawhan eight mule colts for 760 and bought four mules in Bath county He also sold four mules to Charles Thompson of Lexington for 670 Most women are troubled with Kid ney complaint and you know very many serious and even fatal diseases result from these neglected Kidney troubles If you will take DeWitts Kidney and bladder Pills as directed you may be confident of good results Try them and see how good theyare Beware of imitations pills that are intended to deceive YOU Be sure you get DeWitts Sold by all drug J s1olmrhe right of state and county Boards of Health to apply tho tuber culosis test to milch cows and when necessary destroy those believed to be infected even to an entire herd is upheld by Judge OVttaar of the Court of Appeals Hog jholcra costs the farmers of the United States f10000090 annual ly according to eutmates presented at the closing session of the Inter state Association State Boards of Live Stock Commissioners at Chicago Regulates the bowels promotes easy natural movements cures con yourdruggists Imp St liaise one of the most famous stallions in the world is dead at August Uelmonts nursery in Fay ette county His death followed closely that of Ben Strome another famous horse who died Thursday St Blaise won the English Ddrby 1000 A Pound For Flesh Miss Luella Lowstetter a buxom hasbroughtW Reed principal of the school She openly asserts that demands are SI 000 for each pound of flesh which she lost through worry and stiame oyer being jilted bv the principal At a meeting of sheep br adors in Lexington Saturday measures were discussed for eradicating scabbier from the sheep of tho State and there by relieving Kentucky sheep from the quarantine now against them The general opinion expressed was that a dipof coal tar was the most effective cure for the disease Jersey cows as butter producers are hard to beat According to a bulletin on butter producers 19 Jersey cows for the year ending August 2 pro duced 700 pounds of butter in one year under authenticated test Average production 12702 pounds milk 818 pounds of butter Three have produced over 1000 pounds of butter Cold Weather Advice to all is to beware of coughs and cold on tho chest as neglected they reads ly lead pneumonia consumption or other pulmonary troubles Just as peon as tho cough appears treat it with Ballards Horehound Syrup the standard cure of America Use as di rectedperfectly harmless A cure and preventive for all diseases of tho lungs Price 25c 50c and 1 per bottle Sold by Perry S Thomas The Winchester Democrat says Breakfast bacon is retailing here to day at SOc a pound This prico would really morn 12 to 14 cents forhogs on foot but has any farmer contracted to sell his hogs at that price This is an advanced of retail prices of from 200 per cent over the prices of three years ago and show that the con suming public is but a tool in the hands of the meat trust Ed Baumlestcrof Louisville wide ly known in Kentucky as Cherokee Ed has purchased from the Colum bia Trust Company a fine farm near Lebanon the place contains 530 acres and the price paid was 30 000 Many who have heard of the deal are wonderipg if Baumelster will use the farm for wintering his menagerie or whether he has made the purchase as an investment White Plymouth Rocks For Sale I have a few nice white Plymouth RockPuIIets and cockrela for sale C D Miller Richmond Ky James Hunley Will buy or sell your house farm town lots or any thing else in the Real Estate line Any business intrusted him will be promptly carefully attended to See him if his services are need ed It t fI r t i h It Aft HJt JiTO ijjY r v 6 Yugy YI fil + 4If1 tt vI i 1 i tJ f z 7 Small ThingsHad it ever occured to you That it takes every one of the 360 degress to make a j 4 circlemany spokes that a minute will catch an import ant train that a finger mark will discover a criminal that a two cent stamp will f carry a letter five thousand miles that a smile may brighten a whole lifetime that 99 r icerits will not make a dollar BUT that a few cents saved on every purchase of r tt merchandise will make dollars in a short time They are small ngsbut they count yr The Hustling Cash Store i ii r Not only saves you the cents but saves you dollars We sell for cash and lose no I had debts We are thus enabled to pay cash for all our merchandise and can buy t 7 hon for less money and give you a better article for a lower price than our competi i I tars wh66uy and sell on long credits We invite your comparison r v jIfI Ji i wv ii j I i f if ie 1 jf 3Jj r 0 J 10 v pp I rIfrzlif1 r 1wc tL i t1 l iEtf r r h IlJ r r i7i rr tfr 1 t e7 f i itfjtL 1 II J j r tiS Gsz i i tI 1t h 1 0 Sell 1 I ic pSe d Ui 1 1r r d lt l J 8 0 sa 0 iIl May Mantont Y l 1 I J t t t 1 tlN 0 r 16 n1 1 J h Ir Patterns r f Oc Each c t1 1 vrt r Ic rt f r f f 1 pI 4 0fi j f J id r W j J 1at 1WlY i w r LI o r L Jr IIf Jvrf 7 u t= r IStray Steer white face will weigh abonf 600 pounds Came to my place about July 20 Owner can have same by identifying and paying charges J A Dawson 3t R F D No 1 Richmond You need not be troubled in any waywith the you will simply take Kodol at those times when you feel that you need it Kodol Is guaranteed to relieve you If it falls your moneywill be refunded to you by the druggist from whom you purchased it Try it today on this guarantee Sold by all druggist Lost In Richmond bunch of keys with my name on ring Reward for return E TBurnam 08ti For Sale or Rent My stable corner of 3rd and Water streets two story brick solid rock foun dation comparatively new doing a Rood business as well located as any stable in town I prefer to sell and will sell well worth tho money but if not sold will rent for ihe year 1910 tf HOY C WHITE For a clear bead a stout heart and strongmind DeWitts Little Eirly Risers gentle safe easy peasant little pills DeWitts Carbolized Witch Hazel Salve is unequalled for anythingwhere a salve is needed and is especially god for Piles Sold byall druggists olm Estray Steers Two red steers weight about one thousand pounds each came to mv place some time ago and have since been cared for hymet Owner can have same by paying charges Also lost in Richmond court day two heifersred und black weight about 500 pound each 4t G W Deathorage 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 these Phone 52 tf New Method Teeth Ext t0PAINDr Hobson Richmond Ky The old stock Phonewfor you L irAPERII FOR You AND YOUR ijAcheerful pretty bedroom will help you tostart i in a cheerful pleasant mood Its a haven of rest for you to come back to at nightI Andall day long it is a pleasure to your wife To make a pretty bedoom it is more important to have ttastcful furniture that harmonizesthnn furniture that merely i costs a Jot A brass bed or a pretty white iron bed if you prefer bureau and chiffonier of light color birdseye maple is especially pretty a low rocking chair and one or two straight back chairs to match a mirror five foot high screwed on to a closet door a sofa upholstered n cretonne a shirtwaist box covered with the same and The cretonne repeated in hangings at the window over white muslin curtains a light colored rug on the floorallI this does x not cost very much if you buy from ttr and makes a pretty room Come in and talk it over Dont forget to get a STEARNS FOSTER mattress That is what makes your bedroom a haven of rest No other mattress is so comfortableiMade in four grades of superiority 1050 to 2250 s2 Windsor Grade at 1350 is guaranteed superior to any other advertised mattress We sell it on 60 nights trial i 11 If you can part with it at the end of that time we will j S return your money without question or comment JHfe r t OLDHAM and LACKEY Ji 4 f Day Phone 76 WSO ROL MGB Night J36 229 411 Undertaking a Specialty L Ant m m ft t mftmft rfM j 0 J l t We SellJtMay Manton 1t Patterns i lOc Each 1 t 1 t r i What We a- r ft sell I We sell LADIES ReadytoSuits gettingi Q We sell the Elite Garment Companys Suits for ladies from 1500 to 2750 others get 2000 tc 4000 We are showing the Elite Skirts from 350 to 1250 We are showing a beautiful assortment of those Long Black Coats so popular for 1909 also a complete line of misses and childrens Cloaks We sell Faultless Clothes for men and boys Excelled by none for style fit and workmanship at all prices from 500 to 2000 We sell The Mayer Prince Albert and R M Shirts Prettiest patterns vethave ever shown 50c and 100 r fWe sell Hats and Caps all prices from 25c to 450 We tell Duttenhofer Shoes for ladies none better We sell Buster Brown Blue Ribbon Shoes for children f We sell the famous J E Tilt Shoes for men and boys You can paY mora but you cant get abetter shoe i We sell Silks Dress Goods wash Goods Blankets Hosiery Underwear etc win fact everything you want to fit you up from head to foot t V V We save you money on each purchase Respt J 0 Hamilton Brose1 t l t uf 4 u ii t J 11 ii 111HE f j i I F a 1 I Jw = JJ y 2 issjgji 7 Ji 2 Y Il 1 uI e c FALL Is HERE t and it is about time you are think ing about winter clothes We have a beautiful line or Fall and Winter I goods Everything in Woolen Goods Silks Flannellettes tGinghams Challiest r v r Merserized Bengalines Outings v 4 the very best values for your money i iWe wish to call your special at tention to our SILK WAIST PAT TERNS both in fancy and plain Prices ranging 398 498 598 a pattern Call and see us OWEN McKee The Richmond Climax rciUSnQ IT THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO Incorporated A D MILLER Frest and Mangr LOUIS LANDRAM Editor Kembir el PRESS and FBICE flOO PElt YEAB IN ADVANCE WEDNESDAY OCT 27 1909 Democratic Ticket FOR Circuit eJN Bculon Coimonw1i AttU A Crotchet Circuit ClerkuRo C White Representative L n Ilcrrington County Jut e W R Shackclford County Attorney O P Jackson County Clerk RJL Terrill Jr SherlfLDANcCordAssessorShelby School SupLu John Noland JailerNILJonesSurvcyor Coroner Gcp tV Samuels FOR MAGISTRATE AND Nagi5trateJ D Dke- sCoustablemL M Scrivner Richmond N-o2NagistrateU C Rice lrox own No 3 MagistrateGordon Burg- inConstableDavid Cobb Union No Magistrate Joke Hackett COnstablenEnos Thomas ElllsYntesNo5 Magistrate L A Hunter COnawblenRobt Webb XirksvlUcN- o7MagistrateJoseph T Long Constable Frank Tussey- MillioHtoS Magistrate munJ A Young COnstableJas Taylor City Ticket FOR Mayor Sam Rice Police Judce John JGreenleaf City Attornemn T H Collins Chief of Police James II Allman i CityCouncilmen T T Covineton Emil LoMacli John E Sexton Talton Todd Jeff Stone r Everett Berry One of the great jokes of American jurisprudence ii the presumpton of innocence theory The law holds in criminal cases that the juror must carrywith him throughout the trial and to the jury room the presump lion of innocence1 as it refers to the aaccused Thereby the law mikes pfejurers of the majority of jurors Lawyers generally admit this and proceed upon the truth of this idea in their conduct of a trial Nobody presumes anybody innocent if the initial circumstances indicate his guilt To make a man swear that ho will presume throughout atrial the in H cenco oi thd accused is not only to stake the juror a felon but to make 8jaughtn stock of law Nobodycan carry throughout a trial the presumption of a mans in H9C Bce if early testimony Indicates MB guilt The whole ideals absard ltls built much upo lht Hmo theory M that of the sacredness antl super hWMaflityofjudges A jttdge in his private life may be aad sometimes it a perna of very ordinary in tla ooaioa polltlctaa lot us jWaoY Me to all UM tricks of bei a4 wWhtlfcir WI Mftelt iifiW iiiifTiIIi l I cent President Taft in his recent speeches advocating the doing away with many of the laws delays as he terms them meaning technicalities might well have included a panegyric against the laws fallacies THE r3sultof next Tuesdays election will determine who shall have charge of administration of the finances of Madison county for the ensuing four years There will absolutelyno doubt about the matter if the Democrats will go to the polls and cast their vote This county is Democratic by more than six hundred if the strength of the party is polled but in past elections many Demo crats have failed to go to the polls on election day thereby placing the partys chances for success in jeopardy LET every Democrat in the county determine to roll up one of the largest majorities over given a Democratic ticket in Madison It will require only your vote to accomplish this feat +1Personals 1 +Miss Mollio File is visiting relatives in CynthianaMr Watts has gone to Texas on a business trip Mrs Betty Chenault is visiting Mrs Sam Fogg in Frankfort Mr and Mrs Keliogg have returned from an Eastern trip Miss Susie Leavel of Lancaster is visiting relatives here Miss Martha Ross has been a recent visitor in Crab Orchard Mr W C Davis of Lancaster has been visiting relatives hero Mrs W O Mays of Paint Lick has been visiting relatives hero Miss Kate Douglas has been with Mrs Emma White for a few days The Cecilian Club will meet this afternoon with Mrs H B Hanger Mayor C E Woods has returned from a visit at Crab Orchard Springs Miss Mary Hanna of Harrodaburg is the guest of Miss Margaret Miller Mrs J A Higgins has returned from a visit to relatives in Stanford R W Colyer has returned from a visit to his brother C Eo Colyer in Wyoming Race Creekuiore of Lexington is mixing with relatives and friends here this week Mr Richard Gentry Jr of Nash ville was called here by the death of hi motherMrs R Burnam has returned from a visit to Miss Mary Mason Scott in FraukfortDr Gardner of Irvine was in the city Monday en route to Louisville for a visiL Mr and Mrs Harry Scrivher and children arc visiting Mrs Sim Hamil ton at Wiscmantown Misses Stella May mo and Loula McWhorter of Paint Lick arc attending school here this session Mrs Snoffer of Baltimore has returned home alter a visit to her daughter Mrs C H Mainheart Mrs Sallie Lyle who has been the guest of Mrs B L Middelton has returned to her home in Shelbyville Mr and Mrs Phelps Collins who have been spending the summer here have returned to taeirhorae in the WestMrs Sim Hamilton and Mrs Wm Boaln of Estill county attended the funeral of their aisterialaw Mrs L- Ie Gentry f Mand MMw V M LteirtjrtBd daughter teaeyi1 aJtt spending tkJ week inClitcilinati- Yeiicle wtfciuttMMj ntije sltlwi Mrs Hattie Buchaaaa daaghter and Miss Eloise Million were guests ei ker brother Mr J IIWareh at VU lbs pat weak siq jt tiM= rl ui t home with Mrs H C Jasper Mesdames Alex West and Henley Bastic and little son of Lancaster have returned home after a visit to Mrs W H West at Speedwell Mr and Mrs Robert Boatman of Belize British Houduras have been visiting here and were entertained by Mr and Mrs Alex Gibbs and Mayor C E Woods Squire Tandy Chenault of Shelby rifle was a guest of his brother Judge J C Chenanlt last week and was warmly greeted by many of his old friends and acquaintances here Miss Elizabeth Shackelford wes hostess at a beautiful dance Friday evening Miss Shackelford is one of Richmonds most pop lar debutantes and the dance was a most delightful affairLouisville CourierJournal Mrs T J Smith of Richmond who has been the guest of Mrs John Otter during the State Federation of Wo mens Clubs and later a short stav at The Seclbach has returned home The following interesting program was rendered Monday afternoon at the Womans Club- Current Events Historical and Physical Geography of PoyntzEthnography Miss Esther Burnam Mr Jouett Epperson who has been dayshascounty He was accompanied by his aunt Miss Lucy Adams who will be the guest ot relatives in that county Richmond frlends have received the following invitations 1S9US09 Nr and Mrs Elmer Dcatlicracc request the pleasure of your company at their Crystal Wedding Saturday eveninjr the thirtieth of October seven to eleven oclock Richmond Kentucky The favor of an answer is requested Lexington Gazette Mr and Mrs Clark Kellogg of Richmond were guests over Sunday of Cotand Mrs Richard C Morgan They reached frotlNew triptodren have been with Mrs Morgan during their absence They returned to Richmond Sunday even IntIMr W A Barr of Chicrigo repre senting the great Sieges Brothers Ladies Tailoring establishment of Chicago will be with W D Oldham Co Friday Oct 29th with suits and ccats of the very latest designs to deliver For all Ladies and Misses who hsvnt purchased their fallsuits and coats this isarara opportunity to do so Dont fail to come Lancaster Record Mrs Martha Terrill of Richmond is the guest of her sister Mrs Sue Leavell Willis Kennedy of Richmond was a visitor lu our midst Saturday Miss Rebec ca Rice of Richmond is the guest of the Misses Francis Mrs George Ballew of Richmond was with her mother Mrs Edna Francis last week Mrs Lewis Francis of Richmond was here Tuesday to attend the funeral of Mrs Dorcas Walker Many Richmond friends has received the announcement cards Mr and Mrs James W Gatewood announce the marriage of their daughter Mary Elizabethto Mr David Chenault Fox oa Tuesday October the nintecnth- nlnteen hundred and aineiMt Sterling Kentucky Miss Gatewood will be pleasantly remembered here as the visitor ofker aaat Mrs JM Poyntz BIRTHS Rr u4Jrs oP huibof Lancnf c tt Iiit wieoiiiifli a wn 1iItend Oliver PrfetvJh Mrs J5u li v b form erly Miss Gaseio Bush iii this city Mr and Mrs Robt Graves nee Sue fester 01 ParIs are receiving eon- ratislatiouet friends over the birth ol a AUU OH Mom4ay rilif t1J Q Hey Listen to This Girls Listen to me you pretty girls Do y n know that a plain sensible girl is m ich more in demand than is a friv o one beauty Do you know that a well appointed sensible man does not otten give his heart or his home into tie keeping of a woman whose only attraction ia her personal loveliness And that In case he does anything so rasb when he repents at his leisure he usually tells her so Public Meeting A meeting is hereby called of all cit zeus male and female for Friday eve ning Oct 29 at 730 oclock in the lower court room to discuss and fagrpe upon plans to prevent imposition upon our citizens by unworthy persons and also to identify acd relieve those real ly worthy of aid Present loose methods waste charity upon unworthy and designing persons while depriving wor thy cases of relief sadly needed The plan to select one competent discreet person to whom will be entrusted tie work of hunting up the needy and giv ing necessary relief and having all others arrested for vagrancy Indiscriminate begging will be abolished and punished aud gifts will thus reach those who need and deserve help This call is the result of a demand for protection against impostors 2t C E Woons Mayor Call For Election School Bond Issue Pursuant to an ordinance passed by the Board of Council of Richmond Kynt a meeting held Oct 8 1909 calling for an election to be held by the ijnaliGed voters of the cityof 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 dollars to to used lot the purposed making additions and adding equip ment to the white and colored schools It is hereby ordered that an election be held on Tuesday Nov 2 1909 by the qualified voters of tho cityof Richmond Ky to determine whether or not the city of Richmond Ky shall Incur an indebtedness of twenty five thousand dollars said indebted uessto be in the form of bonds running for twenty years bearing inter est at the rate of five per cent per annum due and payable as provided for by ordinance passed by the Board of Council on Oct 7 1909 Said bond issue to be used for the purpose of erecting additional build Ings to the public schools white and colored and adding equipment to same C E Woods Mayor c20 2t A B Faris City Clerk For Constipation A Medicine that Does Not Cost Anything Unless It Gives SatisfactoryRelief If you suffer from constipation in any form whatever acute or chronic we will guarantee to supply you med icine that we honestly believe will effect permanent relief if taken with regularityand according to directions for a reasonable length of time Should the medicine fail to benefit you to your entire satisfaction we promise that it shall cost you nothing No other remedy can be compared with Itexall Orderlies for the easy pleasant anti successful treatment of constipation The active medicinal ingredient of this remedy which is ordorless tasteless and colorless an entirely new discovery Combined with other valuable ingredients it forms a preparation which is incom parable as a perfect bowel regulator intestinal invigorator and strengthen cr Itexall Orderlies arc eaten like candy and arc notable for their gen tin dndngreeablo action They do not causo griping or any disagreeable effect or inconvenience and may bo taken utany time day or night We particularly recommend Itexall Orderlies for children and for delicate or aged persons because they not contain anything injurious Unlike other preparations they do not create a habit but instead they overcome the habits acquired through the usu of ordinary laxatives catharics and haish physic and remove the causes of constipation or irregular bowel action that are not of surgical variety We want you to try R xnlI Orderlies at our risk We know of nothing that will do you so much good They are prepared in tablet form in two sizes 36 tablets 25o and 12 tablets lOc Re member you can obtain Rexall Reme storeIThe Aj L d G Hung Jury A large crowd assembled at the court house last Thursday when the case of the Commonwealth against William Sparks for the killing of Joe Jake Collins at his home on the Union pike last June came up for trial The greater portion of Thursday and Friday was consumed in examining JudgeIjury and the case was turned over to the attorneys for argument Each side was granted three hours for are guments by the court Tho defend ant was ably represented by Hons A F Byrd and Davis of Winchester and Judge H C Rice of Richmond Commonwealths Attorney Crutcher was assisted by Hons W B Smith and W S Moberley of this city At 530 oclock court adjourned for one hour People hastened home to supper and then back to the court house Long before court resumed proceedings the court room war packed to overflowing When the Court rapped for order Attorney Byrd arose and resumed his argument for the defense When he began speaking a deathlike stillness swept over the assembly and every ear strained lest it lose one word that fell from the lips of the speaker eloquent His voice was clear and resonant penetrating every corner and for nearly two hours he held the large assembly spellbound He exceeded his allotted time some fifteen or twentyminutes He made a matchless speech and was followed by Hon B A Qrutcber who was no less eloquent i11the argument for the Commonwealth It was nearly ten oclock before the ar guments were conojuded At the conclusion of the arguments the court room was ordered cleared Judge Benton then instructed the jury and released it from duty till morning The following morning at 8 oclock the jury again took up the case After several hours deliberation the jury failed to agree and so reported Realizing that it would bo impossible for the jury to reach a conclusion and render a verdict as per instructions the Court thanked the members and dismissed them There was a great diversion of opinion Some of the jurymen held out for a life sentence others from one to five years and some for acquittal State Debts- A dispatch to the Cincinnati En quirer says Month by month the state debt increases until it will require Treasurer Edwin Farley estimates 1000000 to settle up all the debts If the Lexislature carries out the suggestions of Auditor E P James and reapportions the funds so that more money will go into the general expense fund and less money into the sinking fund Treasurer Far ley thinks the debt will be kept down The statement to October 1 follows Sinking fund 123417 90 school fund 715502767 total 88844557 general expense fund overdrawn 150500 Public Sale Having sold my farm I will sell on the premises 5 miles south of Rich mond near Caleast to highest and best bidder beginning at 10 a m o- nThursday November J8 09 the following property 4 extra work mtipf 1 Cyenrold mare nnn colt No 1 milch cow N shoals 800 barrels of No1 white corn 40 tons of timothy hay 10 tons of al falfa 3 large riiks of straw 1 buggy and harness 1125 ponnita Zajncs best patent flour fnriiiiuc implements of all fcinilf household and kuclien furiiitnrt consisting of some of the oldest style of mahoiranv and walnut furniture in existenceI 15 000 to loan on easy termr saleIM B WHITE Route 2 box fl3 Richmond Ky PUBLIC SALE I will otTer for sale publicly on my premise 5 miles west of Richmond on the Tatas Greek pike at 10 oclock Saturday Nov 6 J909 The following stock etc One extra perImare 3 year old jack yearling jack S year old jennet in foal to Kiy Whites jack Napoleon 2 year eld jennet 3 year old extra good steer 2 extia good yearling steer 2 extra good milch cows 10 meat hogs 0 shoats weight about 50 pounds about 100 barrels of corn stack oats farming tools of every description set of double harness roukaway and bar ness buggy and harness Terms made known on day of sale WIITUDOR CONDENSED REPORT OF TilE State Bank Trust C As made to the Secretary of State on call for October 2d 1909 J IRESOURCES Loans and diseQunts35595051Over- drafts p 1049783 Stocks and bonds i fc 3150000 Due from Banks and Bankersoooo oo101U7425 Cash in vaults 31368 56 Banking house and fixtures 2500000 Other real estate J 157500 Current expenses anti taxes paid 228936 Total 55736555 LIABILITIE3IT CitalSthckpaid in v 15000000 Surplus and profits l 1507761 Individual deposits5 55I Trust funds on deposit 9251oIBank deposits J3T3219 Total deposits T 40857790 1JOv I R E Turleyi Casjiier of the above named bank do solemnly wo i tviliVi ft ytvtjV tttclne1t is true uidcm i ectt- O best of jnj kho jetlgevinformjituiii jtijd belief IB1 TURLEY Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this OctQber 12tbj IDO9I L P EvANSotary Public Girt J closing VAii1I I d- rri i I Public Sale I will offer for sale publicly on the premises at two oclock p m on Saturday October 30th J909 Two Residences on Eatill Avonue each containing six rooms including kitchen The property adjoins and have large yards and good gardens with all necessary out buildings such as stable smoke and coal houses etc flood cisterns and water in yard and gas in one of the residences The property will be sold as a whole and then seperately the best price realized will be accepted At the same time and place will sell horse and buggy and some household furniture Terms made known on day of sale Possession given January 1 1909 Mrs David ONeil Long Tom ChenaultrAuct PUBLIC SALE OF City Pro eity The undersigned Executors ot H R Dillingham will on Friday Oct 2909 putsnraut to the authority given to them by said will sell at public auction tothe highest and best bidder the following described property in the city of Richmond 1 The large brick dwelling house known as the old Holloway Homestead The lot on which this residence is situated fronts Hillsdale avenue 125 feet mid runs back in parallel lines perpendicular to Hilledale avenue 210 ieet and then broadening out soes to include garden in the rear containing in all about 1 12 acres The building contains eight looms large balls two cisterns in yard and a smoke house and on the whole is a very desirable piece of property 2 A lIne building lot on the east oi said residence lying between the reoi dence and Hallie Irvine street fronting Hillsdale avenue feet 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 carriage house The lot lays well 3 A flue building lot on the west side of brick residence fronting hills dale avenue 00 feet and running back in parallel lines perpendicular thereto 210 4 A building lot in roar of dwelling house which fronts Hallie Irvinestreet 60 feet and runs back in parallel lines perpendicular to Hallie Irvine street lit feet to the lire of the garden of the brick house and bounded on the north by a ten loot alley 5 Lot No 5 tronts Hallie iryine street 60 and runs back 140 feet and is bounded on the south by a ten foot alley and on the north by the Zeeman lot being about 00 feet wide at the rear After the sale of the above described pieces of property separately it will then bo offered as whole and sold so as to realize the laigest amount of money The title to all of the property is perfect and possession will be given on the 1st day of January 1910 The property will be sold on the fol lowing termsOne third of the pur chase money will be due and payable January 1910 for which security may be required anti the balance will be due ia two equal installments due re spectively in six and twelve months lor which notes will be required bearing interest at the rate of sir per cent and btcured by a lien on the property II DRayburn S II Thorpe Joe Chenault Expcutors of II B Dl1lln ham For Sale Swinging dtsk stand for typewriter New ouipleteThis cffice Silver Toilet Sets Nothing will be as much apprecia ted hythe bride and groom as some thing that will be of practical as well as decorative usein other words sliver backed hair brushes combs manicure sets etc In these lines weare showing splen did assortments assortments that compare favorably with the most completelystocked of metropolitan establishments t prices that are much better than those quoted hero or elsewhere You will do well to inspect our stocks before you buy elsewhere LELANEn WASH DAY Instead of being a day to be dreaded will belike every otherdayif you will have our wagoneallfor the work You need not be afraid that yenr article will not bo properly Jam AutrA or that thy vlll not last as long they wilt Jf yiu send them to us for we empoy only expert kelp and use the finest an l best of soptI etc f Office 108 MalR Street NQlOtyLa4 rnth Mit IPkDLERS 4J l CLOTHES iII I Ua1E believe thoroughly in the merit of Adlers Collegian y yClothes and sincerely feel that no other garments this country produces can be justly compared from a qual ity or from a style standpoint Our experience with this apparel has taught us to recognize the exceptional merit these garments possess We feature them because we Ico know they will afford our customers a kind ofsatisfaction which we do not believe it possible to procure in any other make 4re you ready to buy your new Fall clothes We are showing a splendid array of styles from which you would have no difficulty in making your selection We invite you to call whether you want to buy or merely to look J S StanilerSuccessor to Stanifer Soper Main St opposite Madison National Bank u DONT LOOSE A MINUTE Do It Know11subscriptions400- 00PlAN 0 F EElcthr Jewelry fa free In rder that others of tho faithful workers may have n chance at the Handsome Jewelry Boxes we have decided to offer one of them to every young lady contestant bringing In Ten Dollars by 41 5 p iru October 30tb Young ladies who have formerly won one of these bozos are barred Special Prizes in Each District To the girl bringing in the most votes in each district Before October 30at 5 p m will be given a Handsome Gold Necklace This is tin cheap affair but u Necklace anybody will be proud to wear All votes cast count on the piano in the endarid no i person losses by casting their votes early Get your votes in as early as you can is our advise to all if you rwish to win in the contest The Climax Printing Company MRWAnBAR REPRESENTING F Seigel Brothers of Chicago WILL BE WITH UStFriday Oct 9thIit WITH SUITS AND COATS TO UfLlVtRf 7 As Mr Barr is representing one of the best man ufactures of Ladies and Misses Suits and Coats in the West it will be a great opportunity for the ladies of Richmond and Madison county to get any kind of garment they may wish also to buy it at home t and at the same time see all the new styles and cloths in favor this season 1ont fail to come FRIDAY OCT 29th as Mr Barr will be with us for ONE DAY ONLI W Dnldhamr p2 Cnmpa 0 I V u a ri f Th f J r rw huo l a UII toughton Shces for I 1en S3S3pQ 4 == x 250 S3Oii= === u Your Fall and Winter Shoes Now 1- L=== = We have just received from a St Louis Shoe Q5O pairs Ladies and Childrens Fine SampleShoes consisting ot Vici Kid Box Calf Kangaroo Calf and patent Colt Commencing Today We Will at 98c While They Last200friirs of Ladies Pine Vici Rid Patent Tip Shoes at V SOQ mairs of Pine Boxcalfwith or without caps a ttV tjQc OSe 10Qairsof Ladies Vicikid plain toe shoes lil i 100 Pairs of Kangaroo Calf with or without caps at r 108cSc tOO Pairs ofGhildrens Boxcalf the thing for school wear I gsc 98c 100 Pairs f Heavy Kangaroo Calf Shoes 98C 1 r to are the exclusive agents for the Radcliffe Shoe for a- We I Ladies and our is complete Patent Colt IVt taI Vici Tan Vici u in both Button n and Lace Radcliffc Factory Sell stock Gun 0 Bench Made Shoe and we have all the new and up todate shapes in Black Oxford and Tan l 250 335c and 4 every pair I Our Shoe for the and Football boy the ideal a leather you cannot tear will wear 125 150 2 250 l We have in Work Shoes in low and high tops 111 ii Respectfully Submitted to the Cash Trade H E I Hickory Shoes for Boys 150 175 200 Maryland Shoe for Girls 5J25 150 200 tII n =il==Yv1W = SOr 1I I ra =x rH- J J warranted Hickory Tuffboy schoolshoe everything rou that ours tnat yardyour perpleMties willend and be satisfactorliy filled an esperimentisnt worth trying SD BLANTON COMPANY Tel phone425- i i Near A p WfiLJ PAPER tJLotddelto our busi ness iue of Wall Paper con ip sistttpf the B i Lat st and Most Up ToDate Patternsi 4flom5cts a bolt uparer practical in this line of work and will be pleased to have f you call and net our prices Estimates furnished for any sort of interior decorations tBJuett Son Phone 449 145 Firs- tPstoIdQHoraJ The Monument dealers have a isiq to their t JhsIes- aPNbEUMAT 00 r jc- TOOL PLANT whihwiIl enable them to better work than ever befoi e- Theyhb4a1aige1SS0ttme11t of Grajjite and Marble and mvite TAheir friends to call and ansp 10 tn6ir stock and work1 Satisfaction giiaran tged J iidifl Flora Sjentt in name ot some younir lady you woulU like to see get a tOO piano The JlizuaXI CteanrMerrnifuge i1 JLTEED 1 ijl IijfiQ Bin R E M1Y TJtE CKJJSnCWS FAYJiHieC- fWABCdf Qlr UIIll PIlrPAIIIO UllTATlOWS tHHY SaIIiiSnoi1r IImj 14L hrIiiiI Mi I li tV5 Y 1 f 0 no == I EldersI1Buy 00iOp IiWe HIalsoVElderDont get the idea into your mind that all yards sell the goods at the same prices Theres olways one yard that leads is better stocked and closer priced than others especially in Lumber and tijldin Material Come in and let convince is our vnts As L Depot do p i all us Call up C Wi Cobb at Red House Ky for Country Hams Country Bacon Coun try Lard the kind your mother had Phone 2462 = I Shoes For Ladies 3 of Lathes Ladies g GLOBE zz TIIRT HOT BLAST Burns SLACKor SOFT COAL Without Smoke cr Soot Heats Double the Space Heated by any other Stove with half the fuel Clean Neat Economical The kind to buy for service A Money Saver for People who want a GoodStove at an Honrst operationYou I SOLD EXCLUSIVELY BY W IL Buckley Coo EAST MAIN STREET RICHMOND KY Sterling I Clothes ARE THE BEST CLOTHES f Bench Tailored Ready 4 Wear Guaranteed not toIShrink or Fade 0 years experience the factory guarantee in suits all sizes from smallest boy to largest man Newest stock in city to select from Fine Line New S- tyleHats I SuitCasesetc at lowest prices for high class goods JB StoufferIOldest Eitebllrfltd Clothing and Tailoring iuscmRichmond puir1 IaJI I 01 a u l 4 IL The Richmond Climax 11 TIlE CLIMAX PRINTING CO Incorporated A D MILLER Picst and Mangr LOUIS LANDRAM Editor Mtaber il PRESS IEAGUE PBICE 1100 PER YEAR IK ADVANCE WEDNESDAY OCT 27 1909 u FAkH 1- OflCtIA AH1GAkLtII BY FETRIGG REGISTER ROCKFORDIA CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED J This matter must not be reprinted with out special permission p A vREGENERATED COTTON FARM During the past four or live yptrs tiiuiUpiiriiiuUI ofngriculiuivat Wnsli Ingum has issued bulletins giving ill count of some of tbe best managed farms of derent typos to be found in the country with the Idea that such practical object lessons would be bene ficial to other farmers not meeting with so large a measure of success Time plan has seemed to be a decided success and much interest has bean manifested In the pUblished bulletins The latest to be put out by tbe depart met is farmers bulletin No 304 which gives an account of a profitable cotton farm in South Carolina Seven year ago when the present owner took possession of this piece of land it was a played out rundown proposi tion a typo of scores to be found In tbe cotton belt prodnclng but five to eight bushels of corn or 300 pounds of seed cotton per acre The methods adopted for its regeneration were a deep and thorough cultivation of the soil tbe use of barnyard manure and some commercial fertilizers tl6rola tion of crops and the exercise of in dustry and good judgment on the part of the owner The farm contains 132 acres only half of which is devoted to crops The first year the new methods were tried one and onehalf bale of cotton antI thlrtjtwvon bushels of corn were produced per acre At pre eat the owner pets a yield of two and onequarter bales of cotton eighty tive bushels of corn and eighty bushels of oats per acre HP keeps tweutv four bead of nativf cattLe mainly for the manure tliou li tlu r give him a small profit I41dlR From a dlsrour nsjlns nnd bankrupt proponlteii this firiii has becn broushtto the point where It yields a Jarpe inconip and a hn fulsome profit The IniHfiin which may be hall by writing ones repre sentative or senator or to tlw depart ment at Washington should he In tip hands of every cotton piHlo furmor wb in not making the iwwt of Ms c rirnliiiral oppminnlttes It will give hm light TIME o WAKE UP It is bcioining more apiwretit every diy to those who bar a Ihoupht fur the luture wtlfjin ot our varied anil esUiisIve horiicultunil iutrivsis that cuugtvss sliouiil take up at nn winy Unto seriuits ciiiisii ruiluii of laws whiih vill sivtire a striiigifiit and thorough inspection of truiis and Ul kinds of nursery stiKk brungbt into till country or shipiK troui state to State Aleasurps of this kind have boon before iuiipress at prewlotis sea sions but souiphuw the nurspryman bus seemed to have a bigger pull than the enormous fruit growing Interests of the country Hs time this timing was turned about and tile large class who suffer trout the shipment of dls vasedJinrspry stock were given a bear- Ing These people have reprusputa tivps at Washington but as in a good many otbpr instances it is the other JpllowV the special Interest chap whose claims are first onsdered To show the need of time enactment of a law ot the character reternnl to there may be cited trout many instances the Importation last year on pear and ap pie seedlings from France of uunnT ous nests of Un brown tailed moth time worst insect pest known timid Uic scattering of it niL over the country Much tIme same thing took place in Ihivcase of the ICuropcan scalp resem bung the Sttt Jose scalp which wlli likewise Kcttlpred broadcast These lire eases in which nn ounce of preven Hun Is worth a pouinl of cure and ctiiits but an Inniillcslninl part as nmch A number of states have strin gent Insppctlnn regulations but these ouy ttToct a pa rim relief Such laws should be 1 lie nation wide OPENINGS FOR HUSTLERS Opportunities for securing cheap land that has rest value itre about gone Henceforth the energies of tlwsc who do tint gu lu CunuUu or etsewlare will have lo Iw devoted in n bptnr hasidlini vf lands already mider cultivation or Ilie restoration ot those which have been reduced lu li nkriiicy through long continual soil r ibin ry bill there would be dlwournxiiiietits at the start it would BWIII that along this linu there sire many good openings Ill eastern nnd suuthern stales fur any man whi has iu grit timid Intelgeiiii necessary to sticipwl 111 a plnneer pr ip The rpgeneniilim mpntlnncil can bu cOfpftPil thrutiglt n more thor ougli ciiltlvalion of thesull the use of natural and commercial fprtllRcrs thi adoption of u crop rotation which should include one of the legumes clover ulfalfn field ppas or lieansanJ a change front the FplIIiig of the raw products of time farm to marketing the finished produetc in In shape or beef million poultry dairy products etc lJunyII forum In the wcilon inonlionid is being inadc prll the adoption of tlu se mimelmpd1 and hurt dred of nthors may be If the right umsi gpls until of thpin N Foleja Honey anti Tar clears the air passages stops the irritation in the throat soothes the inflamed membranes and the moss obstinate cough disappears iore and inflamed lungs are healed and strengthened antI thn coldis e pellcdfrora the sy tern Refuse atfy but tbe genuine lu the vello v nMkage Salt hySlock ton ioa 0 III Iwt3 re ttra11 rcuAvJsUitoiou miferah e tbjX cacut youiSdr abruj R7j5t yyu viiut Lai jou IiSv xvljit urEict jcclt tight to pa yoJ and then to you Bchltii WIJJ b j jiura You wU Spall fvsrjuilas you tnclr you will mko misery fpr yourself out at eveythts which God Scads your you will aa wretck a M 7M Pl8i SSihk 1 iQ Kentucky Game Law The quail shooting season closes January 1 Babbits can be killed ten months in the year from November 15 to September 15 The open sea sons for squirrels extend from No vember 15 February 1 and from June 15 to September 15 Quail shooting is lawful only six weeks in the year from November 15 to Januiry 1 But few persons understand the law pro tecting game in this state and the penalties for violating same The following table gives the open sea son for nil kinds of game Open dates include first late but not last date given Squirrel Juno 15 to Sept SilnirrelNoy 15 to Feb WoodcockJune 20 to Feb 1 Doves Aug 1 to Feb V Duck and Goose Aug 15 to Apr 1 Deer Sept 1 to March 1 Wild TurkeySept 1 to Feb 1 RabbitsNov 15 to Sept 15 Quail Partridge and Pheasants Nov 15 to Jan 2 No open season for English Mon golian or Chinese Pheasants License Nonresident 2560 or as by same his state Prohibited Sale or transportation 01 bird or foul killed within state Nettingand trapping birds is pro hibitedHunter may be transported with his game Penalty for violation f5 to 2500 Netting seining trapping poisoning dynamiting fish prohibited Some birds andother- birdsprotecteii insectivorous thcyoar round The possession of rabbits squirrels or other gume is prima facie evidence of guilt and each fowl or animal constitutes separate offense Testifies After Four Years Carlisle Center N Y G B Bur hams writes About four years ago I wrote you that I had been entirely cured of kidneytronble by taking two bottles of Foleys Kidney Remedy It entirely stopped the brick dust sediment and pain and lull the symp toms of kidney trouble disappeared and after four yeats 1 am again pleased to state that I have never had any return of those symptoms and Iam evidently cured to stay cured Foleys lidney Remedy will do the same for you- Natural History puttlngexaminations is often surprised by their mental agility He recently asked them to tell him what animal is sat laDed wJtt the least nourishment Tte rooHi one of them shouted confident It tots nothing hut holes Youths Companion For Sale A No 1 earrings in good condition practically now fir sale cheap Alsfv 1 two seat trap which may likexvisr be bought at a nargain May be teen at Richmond Motor Plumbing Cot A C Scanlan isie jucstions Tills may be an age when time is mosey but first reflect on the number of us lezi questions which we ask each other every day and to which we neither receive nor expect an swers Madrid llundo Taken Up As Estray TO blark shouts weight about 50 Iud esch Came to my place about tivo iiiintlit ago Owner can have sHme by proving property and paying cbtrjrss Sept 20 00 Jno L Todd It Tern Ky 1ijtce Haviu purchased theCoal and Feed business of Mr J Ballard on Aspen ave we use this method to in vito our friends and the public for a share of their patronage We handle the cebbrated Rich Mountain Jelljco Coal which we guarantee to give perfect satisfaction Give us a trial order and get acquainted with our Cotiluid method of doing business 1 Tnor Dn r J Yeager THE UPTOD- ATEJEWELER Second Street opp Court House Large and complete stock of Watches Clocks Diamonds Jewelryt IEyeglasses Y8 aU speciatttentionioI ottr ItMllite for r All irork ott prQi41 1IiII1L r4nw Ao vtrvAr ArroaNzyArLS SlOHMOND KENTUCKY Office over State Bank Trust Co 01 aosite Court House on Main Street Dr Robt Coggs Dentist Telepliono 267 Office in Oldham Building Dr C H Mainhart Graduate McKllllppVeteilnaix College of Chicago III Veterinary Surgeon CALLS ANSWERED PROMPTLY Office at Vaughn Brmaelsi table Telephone 99 BICIIMOND KY J G BOSLEY Physician and Surgeon Office over Stanlfer Sopers Rooms 2 and 3 Main Street RICHMOND Office Phone 293 Res Phone 210 O D M OHENAULT- ATTORNEYS AT LAW ICHMOKD KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen alts grocery R Emmett Million Successor to IJurxin tUe- nnrDENTIST Over State DaDII Trust Company TELEPHONE Dr F S Smith DENTIST Hobson Building PHONE 205 HJarryM Blanton DENTIST WOce In Bennett Bulalnj oJanl1 l11dHO fiE 196 Dr Hobson Dentist McKee Block Ky Oarriage Works B M LACKEY Prop Carriages Runabouts Buggies Road Wagons Surreys Carts We handle the best brands or the market and sell them ot an absolute guarantee of satisfaction Prices Always Lowest With Zarings Patent Flour a good baker becomes even better And even an inexperienced one can get satisfactory results If the girl dopsni turn out good biscuits bread or cake dont blame her at once It may be the flour Order a sack of Zarings Patent today oud noto the results Its dollars to doughnuts she will do better with Zarings Patent Flour p HOTO GRAPHS of the l children pictures for their friends pictures for your family and your wifes pictures for you and the children both to look on in future yean and bring back the childhood days again We take them anti take them well that they catch all the charms and preserve them for you The Schlegel Studio Xcawgbeyt Meberley Baby wont suffer firo minutes with croup if you apply Dr Thomas Eclectrio Oil at once It acts like magic Perry Thomas are pleased to att nonnca to customers that they have secured the agency forZemo thenVest known remedy for the positive and permanent cure of Eczema Plraplec Dandruff Blackhead Piles and every form of okin or scalp discascjNtmo is a clean liquid for I1xto1lNiae gives Instant relief and iMM aat fern of skin or scalp dlN i bf de stwyiEg tfce fcermn that CI IM th dJhC aelultthjsk1 hit bThci4 4tj =1 If uiy efO1Itf MMi f 0 I irContractors and Builders Estimates furnished on short notice on buildings of J all kind a IMantlesl TODD SON The Burton Water System I fly= Water Works For Country Homes noar Pneumatic Water System water is forced any where In house stable or yard for all domestic pur poses and for fire protection Cool watcf in summer and ice water need not be supplied to stock in winter Tank underground no fteeiine or bursting ot pipes Entirely automatic in action Air pressure ccncrattd by hand pump windmill or engine Sold oa 30 DAYS TRIAL Awarded two medals and two diplomas at St Loan Worlds Fair Hundreds of our individual water works plants are in use We have many letters from these satisfied users and have published about fifty of them in book form It makes a book of strong personal opinloaSa copy free Costs 75W and Uti according to your requirements Write for full par The latest best anti cheopes plnnt for storing water under pressure nlwnys reliable sure and safe Can be put In bv yourself and operated by hand motor gasoline engine wind millnnu in the latest nnd best water supply system This system i ideal for forums country homes iiiburban places and can be adapted to anyplace condition or position These systems nrc the very best If you want to fit up you place modern anti have nit the latest improvement Splendid for lire protect your property Get n Burton System on your place and have baths and all the comfortH of a city home The cost is sliffht the ben ts great JY jRichmond Plumbing Company lucorporatcdZ tSTfils cut shows a well with hand pumpC 1 iAiwi4zR Repeating Shotguns NDORSED by the u S O4 lj nance Board The choice of over 450000 Sportsmen Used by Charles G Spencer who led all other trap shooters in 1908 with the unprecedented record of 967 for 11175 targets and by five out of the first eight men for the year Winchester Shotguns are safe sure strong and simple they are 1 THE REPEATERS THAT OUTSHOOT ALL OTHERS j rfr yip aaa Its Building Time If you intend to erect a house storehouse barn or other buildings I will be glad to make drawings and submit prices on your work Repair work neatly and promptly done First class work guaranteed Get my estimste before 11 making contracts for anything in the carpenters line a ot t J JEFF STONERICHMOND KYII A 6ood Stove SavesJ 4AHence we handle only the very best stoves that we know are reliable WeSellther Wonder Renting tove i 1t AND THE i Model Cooking Stove Sold Under an Absolute Guarantee I Taylor i Oldhani Thc1CHatwarc Men s i u tr i i Niip ViIIfvq1 ii J L f t toio l l I j a Important Announcement j In order to close out quickly we offer all Spring and Summer GoodsIt i At Cost aid LmThn Cost We wity not carry over anything and Jo move them out have slashed prices iight and left Here tis a chance to get the best bargains ever offered Come early and get first caoice Warn w receiving our immense stock of Fall Goodsconsisting of every new creation in Womens Wear and must make room for these geods We bought them at very low figures and can sell them lower than you can find the same qaality elsewhere Jr B alkerl flLrt1m= mt e rikJvjA PURELY EGETABLL COMPOUND l DYSPEPSIAUA GUARANTEED CURE for all tisrssos caused by a TOR PID LIVER Ono boctlo purchased to day may savo yon a serious sick spell tomorrow SMALL DOSE LARGE EOTTLEPRICF SOc GET THE GENUINE BALLARD SNOW LMMENT CO 500502 North Second Street ST LOUIS MO Sold nnd Rocornncn1od b PERRY THOMAS 1 r l 1 George Elglisl1 t jtDoctor for i I Gas and Gasclsne Enffjines 1 1 i Agentsfor Johnson Best System of Water Works f for country and suburban homes f l 210 Eo Main Street Phone 619l RICHMOND KENTUCKY 1 IFreemanReal E41IIe I If you want to sell your property list it with them If you want to insure it seeth rn pfHi over Perrv Thomas Drug Store I Supreme Sotisfociion v in every Salad made with Ferndell Salad Dressing ft saves time and you run no chance of jctor Said being a failure Its absolute H fo i if fin vor is delicious its eco ii f muai bwaust it cam be reduced without n uf flavor 25 G2nts Bottle I I 11- III TaOovinto Co Phone 72 232 West Main street Furs Hides IronI pay the market price for Eurs Hides Iron Rags Etc If you cannot bring them write or telephone and I will call M WIIJES-TELEPHONE 2O3Estill Avenue RlbHMOND KY FRESH OYSTERS GOOD MEALS COLD DRINKSn a EVERYTHING GOOD TO EAT ALL BOURS RICCIS NEW RESTAURANT ofancy Croceries Fruits Candies Q II Cigars T NKCO a n frrC nitrrnJ n SeCQu JIITR- IcRM0NDKY PRH oXTRau Womems WoesI Rlclimoa Women Are Flndlsg RclIcI atLas Itdoes seem that women have more than a fair share of tho aches am pains that afflict humanity theymust keep up must attend tn duties in spite of constantly aching backs or headaches dizzy spells boaringiTbwn pains they must stoop over when to stoop means torture They must walk and bendtuul work with ranking pains and many aches from kidney ills Kidneys cause more suffering than any other organ of the body Keep the kidneys well and health Is easily maintained Itead of A remedy for kidneys only that helps and cures the kidneys nnd endorsed by people in this locality Mrs J W Pumphrey Danville St Lancaster Kv says My expetience with Donna Kidney Pills lends me to belinvo that they Jive up to the claims greattealcould not slop on this account On severat occasions my back became PO painful and weak that I was unable to attend to my household duties Being advised to give Doans Kidney Pills a trial I did so They helped me from taklnfthcmwould have offectcd complete cure I WAS compelled however to discon tinue their use for a time but am now again using thorn anti am cer tain that they will soon rift inc en tirely of kl nev trouble For sale bvnil dealers Price tnJ1Jnrralllthe United Status- Rememltur the hame Doaus and take no clhrn slm and Soul Iftllnd tont where our ex Isteoce is encamped Tile more I think of it the more I see that the mind is something outside ol tho soul an the bands are outside of the body the eyes outaldo of tho head the branches outside of the trunk It holps to do more but not to be more The mind IB a fire of which thought is the flame The Imagination is tho oyc of the soul Joseph Joubert Two nice rooms lot mm wilh board Irs J TPainsrp1ioiie 88 tf htrnc for VettonVcaMlate the room by laying a slat on the wiwtew sura lath will and shotting tIe window on IL This Will Mae un inch between the upper and lower 1Shc for fresh air ntbout a draft If afraid of bur Elans drive a neil under each side of lo lower part cf the upper sash to toM it tiht ad on the inside one will do at one sIde over the lower sash The burglar is not ready to draw nails SllgiiUy Hold wlJh Snow When you sue that kind wT a weath Ar forecast you know that ihouma tisrn weather is at hand Jet loadv for it ROW by gutting bottle of Ilaf thingmadefrost lifte sore irnliii1 jiinU and ratisckf iiiiclis nut pins 25c ik and tl 00 boid by Perry and Thomas olm ThoughtsDoat aataro requires amusement just si much us teaching and correction so try and give your children a good time as far as you can es well as the teach lug awl correction that saems to you to be ecessry No knowledge IB better worth ac quiring than the scteace of living ami cably with ether people A Banquet spread before yon would do you no good if you couldnt eat What good can food do a child when as soon as it enters its stomach it is eaten by babyisVermitugeIttonic for the child Sold by Perry Thomes olm Emersons Philosophy The things that are really for thee gravitate to thee You are running to seek your friend Let your feet run but your mind need not For there is a power which as it is in you is in him also and could therefore very well bring you together T it were for ho best Fjerson English Spavin Liniment removes Hard Soft or Call used Lumps and Blemishes from horses also Blood Spavins Curbs Splints Sweeney Ring lone Stilles Sprains Swollen Throats etc Save 50 by use of ono bottle A wonderful Blemish Cure Sold by Perry Thomas Druggists Co6 Sleepless Creatures There are several species of flsh sleepduringAmong fish It is positively known that pike salmon and gold fish at no time sleep algo that there are other mom bers of thd fish family that sleep onlj a fewjmlnutes during tho course of a month There are various species of flies that nevor Indulge in slumber and five species of serpents also that do not sleep Eczema Curable ProoEO Now at 25cv Try the 011 ol Wintergreen CompoundItch Is Instant ly Relieved It is usually very costly to con suIt a specialist in any disease but for 25o on a special offer wo can now give to those suffering from eczema or any form of skin disease absolutely instant relief with prospect of an early cure A special trial bottle of tire oil of winter reeri as compounded in the Chicago Laboratories the D D D be had in our store on thtspecial 25 cent offer This one bottle will convince youwe know it we vouch for itr Ten years of sncBess with this mild Proscriptionhusconvinced will accept the special 25 cent offer so thatyou also will be convinced Sold by Stockton and Hogan Industrial Education Industrial education shows a healthy growth in the United States and it means much to tho future of thot coun try When we teach boys and girls how to work with their hands and their braids wo are providing them means of a livelihood Such a result Ma be of far reaching importance Chattanooga News A Kard This Is to certify that all druggists are authorized to fund your money if FoloyV Honey and Tar fails to cure your cough or cold It 9t pstl1 cough heals the lungs anti prevents serious results from a cold Cares coughs and prevents pneumonia and opI4Theg tternpHtUMlte h111Ooi- a iot t fr RELGiO STHOlJGHTY Gems Gleaned Frwn Ih4 eachTnie- of All Denominations However largo any man may be without Christ be can be much larger ttVid greater with Christ living in him Itcv MS Kaufman Methodist Nor wich Conn 4 The Christians Weapon The one weapon is the word of God the sword of the spirit Tho word embodies the thought Thought cx presses mind The mind of God is the power of the Christian Rev Dr 0 P Glfford Baptist Brookline Mass True Center The true center is found in Jesus Christ lie declared that not ono Jot or tittle should fall of fulfillment that he came not to destroy but to fulfill the olcL Rer William Horace Day Congregationalist Los Angeles hAL The Way to Heaven It we would live the life which leads to heaven wo need only to intend to do right voluntarily In preference to doing It by ompulsIon ot circum stances agalusi our will ReV ttlram Vrooman Presbyterian rovldftnce IL l Msns Oest Foundation mayIiaveami that foundation Is Christianity Christianity furnishes the foundto and no man can get on nitU Vvnout itKcv T E BartfttVi Baptist Provi dence It l A Modern Need xhe need of today Is a creed with a Cod in It big enough to worship with all our heart and soul and strength The main postulate of our creed must be I believe In God the Father Al mighty Rev Murdoch McLeod Presbyterian Tacoma Wash Right Praying When we pray aright we are com muning with the true awl ouly God when we pray aright our thoughts aspirations and emotions climb to the cepatileChristian Scientist tbuisville KJ Purposes tof MaiV occa1albut ills purposes are ftke the blossoms tfh bo cacu tree of which there manybeoinlulls Congregationalist Brooklyn Will of Right God has given every man the will to do right the will to succeed and to persevere That will is ours as long as we keep It under control and do not allow it to become subservient to our passions and our xveakne ItRev T J McDonald Roman Catholic Utlca N y Supcrloltust nre superior to physical delights so sure ty arc the rewards of keeping Gods feoral law Jufiult ly superior to any 110kccpsCharles Bayard Mitchell Methodist Episcopal Chicago Self Contrcl The secret of self control is not to resist evil but to overlook It Fix in the mind some object other than the temptation that threatens anti you nre safe Add to your Self control Christ control for without Christ the highest life Is Impossible Rev P H Barker Consregatlonailst Chicago Conduct end Content of Life Life Is not to be merely a career but to be also a conduct It must have a content a filling a breadth and that conduct and content must be propor tlonntc to Its length Ones career In life ought to succeed in enlarging ones character If you find your business dwarfing your manhood you are on the wrong trackrRev Dr Hugh T Kerr Presbyterian Chicago Much In a Name Everything is in a name until unworthy living empties it of its precious value and then the name becomes a byword and a hiss But even so there Is much In the name but it is evil It Is a sad thing when a name comes to be nothing more than the designa lIon of a human unit It might as well be a number It has lost Its meaning when it has lost its character We sin command silence contempt Applause or reverence at the mention of a name Rev F Watson Hannan Episcopalian Brooklyn The Gcldcn Age Even in the unfortunates who have fallen we may see the golden age if we will stoop down and lift them and speak to them In golden words Possi bly If instead of passing them by with- a cold look on our faces a withering srccr we lift our hat to that seemingly gay but sad hearted woman she may look up and catch a ray of hope that will inspire a golden vision of a gOlden future for her In the great un ending beyond Jesus never condemn ed such as she Why should we Rev G It Robblns Baptist Cincin naiL Great Working Capital The body and soul of man respond to faith by doing their best Just as they respond to fear by doing their ivorst Faith never injured the heart action Faith sends noscalding tears to the eyes Faith never closes the alva glands and shuts oil the gastric juices Faith never slackens up the nerves and muscles Faith sends no vapors to the brain No it steadies the heart dries tl e tears moistens the lips stiffens the nerves and actually clears the brain Do not let any one rob you of your faith Let them rob roujpf riches and reputation but hold ntq your faith It is the fjnest kind f working capital fpr body and brain In the business of uccnct1L JL Rupe CongregajUonallst Manchester nytheSeaMass For Sale Radiant House Heater good as now tf Roy CWhite Savings of Australians Australias government savings banks have 204571324 On deposit equal to 4955 per capita of the total population of the commonwealth The accounts average 1C275 each Piggs Pure Apple Vinegar s2m Intelligence of Rats The fierceness of the rat and its great capacity for increase are enough to make it a formidable enemy but inteUlone small head can carry all it knows Every housekeeper realizes how hard It Is to catch rats because they are often too wise to enter traps how ever tempting the bait The Ricbmead Steam Laiunlry at year service Call or ring 52 The Why There Is a belief that It you hang a bright pretty picture In your room and look at it earnestly overT night and morning your face will grow to irsfiembie the one in the fraaaa Thi- srbtbly accounts for the fact that In almost every girls room there Is a picture of a Madonna Atchison Globe Regulates the bowelsproRlates- 8M1aturalmqvemellt eares con jiptlo Bonns ftt foti Askyour itaiggirt for them 5f a ps JfatctMi Kiadhng far tele JRi h tOui eOl I1 ti IL T RELIGIOUS THOUGHT i Gems Gleaned From the Teachings of All Denominations theILibertyI man than life In given and glftRetSIDemands of Love Many married lives are unhappy be cause they thought love could live on kisses Love demands other things nlso to feed upon Rev A M Bailey MeUi dist Akron O Gods Word l The word oE llie Lord lithe means by which Gbd expresses his will to then It Is a revelation of God him BelfReV C fe Delamatcr Episco palian Providence It I Religions Preserver Woman Is td bo tlio liresbrVcr of oUr diettbecame luhrellglous Rev George L Cady Congregatlonallst Boston Greatness In Men That man Is greatest who can draw most readily on all the stored wisdom whatevertietice Rev A P Brown Baptist Fres no Cal RegenerationThe Galileo was the regeneration of the heart This is the ultimate means for the regeneration of society and governments Rev M A Casey Methodist Ta coma Wash Usj of Visions yourdreamsbejlevn In your visions nnd thrill to them tlmt you may tntnsmuto them Into conduct nod harden them into character RevNcwcll D nUlls Con fcregallotialist Brooklyti The Trucil Wcalih Inlieodfehlpa not for what in selfish spirit he seeks to get out of them but because a true friend possesses a worth beyond all money value sJtev Dr Charles Bayard Mitchell Methodist Episcopal Chicago Internal Patriotism The true patriot Is not the man who rushes off to battle but the one who lives In the belief and fear of God and leaves his sons a good name In patriotismbutInternal patriotism nnd Infernal pat UaplistMore Home todayablgglreation of even more rest Its not more church services or more Sunday schools more preaching or more newspapers or books but its more home Rev Eo R Willard Reformed Akron O Forgiveness Forgiveness Ii hot a spasni with God It Is hot a moot which you create in God by your appeal to him Forgiveness Is the perpetual condition of the divine power If God were a being In whom spasms of forgiveness could be created we would ultimately not re vere him The utterly awesome thing Is that there Is always forgiveness that thou mayest be feared Hb has never altered his mind with regard to us for one single moment He has been holding out his arms of forgiveness while we have been throwing chance after chance away The hospl tallty of God Is open stllli Rev Dr G A Johnston Ross Presbyterian BrooklynMeeting Troubles In Ufo According to Roman law in Christs daY a letter carrier could compel any man he met on the highway to go with him a mile to help carry and defend the mall Christ says Be willing to- go two miles Instead of one do moreI than you are compelled to do show a spirit of cooperation for the general good The principle underlying that maxim find the spirit Christ was in culcating are eternal factors In legal social domestic and moral conduct Instead of resisting the authority otI law and society we oughtto be will lug to do more than we be required to doto meet exactions in a sracions spirit The first mile may be full of dIs jgreeable duty and hardship In our everyday life of struggle Back of earning our living obedience to law and the thousand exactions of life is the Inevitable got to which xro often resent The only joys of life ore found In the second mile after we have walk cd the first It is uot easy to make a living Many men In inferior positions have official superiors not fit to black their boots and whose tyrannical dominion would blast the happiness of heaven Many n good man Ur sensitive women Is the victim of petty tyranny and slight which break the spirit What Is a big hearted man to do when through force of circumstances he Is under the authority of a microscopic Insect of a man who can do nothing but sting Wall that first mile land a second too Christ by doing so made his char acter the greatest among the sons of men and little Nazareth n shrine What good does resentful anger tiol Y8Htemjut life The only possible way to banish resentment against tlmsp who wrong us Is to cherish thi willingness to do them goCtito wtIJn second nile to help them ROVT Dr T B dlayton Baptist Washington Money to Loan on Good Farm Lands The Northwestern Mutual Llfy In surance Co will loan money at percent interest on good improved farm lands on Mortgage Apply to Jl C Chonault Attv- 0Of Richmond liy Praiseworthy Plodders The quiet plodder It he Is loyal and conscientious and sincere overtakes the talkative bluffer lie Is more de pendable because his Judgment Is sounder Ho Is quicker because he has Jess to undo He proves his worth Taj his work Mens Wear A ShaklBg Ut mayall be vqrv well so far as the trusts are concerned but not when it comes to chills andjfever and ma laria Quit thcqujnino and take a real cure Dallardd llerbine Contains no harmful drugs and Is as certain as taxes ff itdocsnt cure you get your money back Sold by Perry Thomas t 01mI Of Learning Readln reaketh a full miln ccn fercnco t ready man and writing ns exact mrn and therefore if a man write a i ittle he had need of a great memory if fce confer little hay tid need hai a present wit and ft tie read little lie had need have mu li cunning o cecra to know that fie iftth not Francis Bacon fptRnt Stre rooniu ftt8aHat Hay kiIMl bur j pplrp If JtIrJ George III allaithe Wigmaker When George III ascended the throne of England hIs wealthy subjects were beginning to leave off wigs and to appear in their own hair If they had any As the sovereign was himself one of the offenders the per uke makers who feared n serious loss of trade prepared a In which they prayedf his majesty to be gra ciously pleased to shave his head for the good of distressed workmen and wear a wig as his father had done before him When the petitioners walked to the royal palace however it Was noticed that they wore no wigs themselves As this seemed unfair to the oulook ore they seized several of the lending processionists and cut their hair with any implement that cattle most readily to this incident arose a host of curious caricatures rho makers were said to have especlnll claims bti the kings Consideration Id dsuiuch aS till tohcfUsipu of peace had deprived them of a profitable source bf employment hiiee the suggestion1 that his majesty should not only wear n wooden leg himself but enjoin the bbbple to follow his laudable cxamplc As diners Bed Us The man who cnn plckout the best picture of himself is a rare bird said a photographer Even an author who is reputedly a poor Judge of his own work exercises vast wisdom In select ing his best book compared with the person who tries to choose his best photograph Every fatuous man or woman who has been photographed repeatedly has his or her favorite pie lure Usually It Is the worst In the collection It shows him or her with an unnatural expression sitting or standing in an unnatural attitude Tho Inability to Judge of his best picture must be due to the average mans Ignorance of how he really looks or perhaps It can be portly attributed to a desire to loot other than he does A stout man will sivear that the photo graph most nearly like him Is the obe that males him look thin a thin man the one that makes him look stout the solemn man selects the jolliest picture the Jovial man the most cadaverous Philadelphia Ledger A Famous Quotation A story about Keats Is quoted by the late Sir Benjamin Ward Richard son in his Lives of disciples of osculaplns Mr Stephens a friend of the doctor once told him that one evening at twilight when he and Keats wore sitting together In their student days Stephens at his medical lOOkS Keats engrossejl In his dream lug Keats called out to his friend that he had composed n new JlnpA thins of beauty is a constant Joy What think you of that Stephens It bus the true ring but is wanting Irt somu wnyii replies the latter as he dips once mote into lila medical sttd lesSAn Interval of silence and again the pootthin of beauty Is a joy for oVer What think you of that Stephens Tlmt It will live forever A happy prophecy indeed s The Forests 6ri ths Niger The Insects of A friiu are expert disease carrlers and they conio in such numbers on till Niger that one hardly dares to use olios lamp or go too near- a light of any sort at night Thqse- orests on the Niger are deadly places for all their haunting attraction and take a big toll bulb of European and native life Yet the first three days ou the Niger with nil its mud and its smell and its mangrove tiles and its frogs and Its crickets aroenough to give the newcomer an inkling of the drawing power the fascination of what is probably the most unhealthy country In the worldW B Thomp son In Blackwoods Dodging a Slander During a suit for slander brought in in Ohio town one of tim parties was asked by the presiding magistrate Is It true as alleged that you declared that Thomas MulLins had stolen your pocketbook Your honor responded the man I did not go so far as that I merely aid that if Mulkins had not assisted ue in looking for the pocketbook I night have found ItChicago Bee irdHerald Dtforo and After She was 1 frivolous fashionable young woman with beaux galore but one man with only a small income seemed to be the favorite Youll lmvoto work hard before you wlu that girl said his mother And agood dent harder after you win her answered his father who knew what ho was talking about His Poems May I offer you this little gift Frau eiu Katei Excuse tueI never take presents from men Rut It Is only a copy of my book of poems fin that case I will accept thought It was something valuable Fliegende latter The Place For It An old Scotswoman was advised by her minister to take snuff to keep herself awoke during the sermon She inswered briskly Why dinna ye put the snuff In the sermon mon What a Dollar Dog Can Do- A man in n nearby city bought for his wife and child a year ago a dog for which he paid a dollar It was obvijusly nothing wonderful in the canine waYl merely a mongrel with the bulldog strain predominant The owner wns n man In humble circum stances and the dog in his modest dwelling was the principal asset aside from a few sticks of furniture The other night Tm was tied to n leg of the kitchen sink as usual and the family went to ted They were awak cued by the dog at midnight scratch lag at his masters dour When his master came out to see what was the mutter the dog with a remnant of chewed rope hanging from his collar whined and ran to the head of the stairway The house wason fire and shortly after woman and child and man and dog made their escape their poor dwelling was n mass of glowing embers The owner of the dog has been urged to part with him for a largo cash consideration but though he Is penniless be will not part with tin four footed savior of his family Neither has the dog at any time had thoughts of raving them for luxurious kennels New York Times Feminine Aggression A New York woman tackled a fleeing burglar so successfully that she was dragged through a window and Into a yard some feet below As she did so well on her first attempt a lit tie practice ought to make her dig ble for one of the big football elevens Triumphant Ugly Women Successful omen were not always of irreproachable beauty or modeling Thus the Princess dEvol of Louis XVs time was oneeyed the slit 01 Montcspans mouth reached her ears Mme de Malntenoh was thin meager and yellOw1shHithiustanReviewt UI ukqjS Ttfil W snopas ejailmo 01 sueiulfl re liJOdXa on ojtjM Jo fcajjfjwmb iMJ3 Vllnqlu JIlt 1A bt 11 aids pun vat 4 PiiU o3uUl I4i Mitt P IMPIIIH1 k-+ I the World Renowned and Only Absolute Smoke Consuming Stove Un Earth I ITHEE WONDER OF THE AGE tThe HOT BLAST AIR TIGHTt uv 3Lvi Ja uuv NO SOOT Florence I InlentNO SMOKE EVERYTHING DIRT CONSUMED CLINKERSI At the cndofd seasons use with soft coal there will be no in the pipe ort ueITilE ZENITH OF STOVE PERFECTION I- the the or KW came tojnjr Q4 wwwin IW i v n The only leg bottom and witTi ullfradi ation ash pan that is on the marhet or ihas ever made in the interest of the stove The jointless leg bottom and makes the stove tight below the grate which is the only true fire keeping principle It will be as good a fire keeper twenty years hence as A itistodaySThe Blast Tight Florence will heat twice the space heated that can by any other stove on earthat one half the cost The only perfect floor heater that is or has made All features are patented and no stove manufacturers dealer or user can use same for seventeen years from date of patent without incurring 1ia ty au tion for damages 2 It If the Florence is Operated According to Directions The No 21 will heat one small room all winter with 2 tons of slack or lump coal The No or No will heat 2 or 3 small rooms all winter with 2 34 tons of slack or lump coal The No 51 or No will heat 3 or 4 rooms all winter with 3 tons of slack lump coal The No 53 No 27 will heat 5 rooms all whiter with 4 tons of slack lump coal The No 55 will heat a large store schdol room with G tons of slack lump coal For a church less coal will be rf quired I Will burn a ton less of hard coal Base Burner of the same size and heat twice the space NO base I- 7V dI TilE HOT BLAST AIR TIGHT FLORENCE burns soft coal slack and all the smoke and gases No filling up of the stove pipe or flue with soot No dirt inside or out side the house It will hard coal and all the gases which escape from a coal base burner It will wood and saw dust wet dry It will produce onehalf less than any stove on earth with any kind of fuel and leave no clinkers or half consumed lashes FOR SALE BY DOUGLAS SIMMONS too AII For any one whose teeth are out who willScut out this ad and bring to Dr Hobsonoffice This will be taken as 200 cash on a set of teeth jJ WeVe Rounded Up the Best Our large purchases of the choice furniture now on display has enabled us to get the best styles and to name the Iowest prices Now is the time to refurnish your home one room or to buy a piece of Furniture for that odd corner that you have needed Be sure to make an early selction from our showing LUJMAN and HIGGINS l HOME FURNISHERS v 4 Furniture Carpets and Stoves- OppositeHotel vV Glyndon Richmond Kentucky Ware Headquarters for Sewing Machine Supplies for all Machines Ji BE SURE YOU VOTE THEiv i DEMOCRATIC TI KBTit1 r f5nCDOTYSURVEYOR Solicits Patronage Genera Public Prices E6asonable See JilIl1 write Union City Ky EstrayIq A mpuwUUB place courtlllW d baa H1IefI bat afr Oipicive 1swe bYW fyii p41g hiM JnUit 0 NO soot jointless and large been industry i base air Hot Air been copy or ac 49 23 25 or or or or or f w or burn hard burn or f New Quarteriv We are established in our hew quarters inn the old City Hall buUdiand are better prepare than ever to cre for your skins Bring Wyour Hides Furs and Iron Fresh GroceEiei and Vegetables in season i 3 hurman Grocery 5BKC3Hrt W9 iL t Umm pali7c u 7 rP== t Sprlng HugsBrussels Wilton Velvets and I v9 x 12 Axminster Best as t sortment ever brought Ito this city See them before you put I chase e I BENNETT and HIGGINS oj Furniture and UndertakingI Telephones 73 Main Street e pppS S See HINK ABOUT THIS CAN yen nlTjid to delay OF nation what avails procasti bestin a tew weeks AT prices will be hl he- rLET us therefore have our order now GET IN YOUR COAL NOW We Deliver Quickly Telephone HO Rex Red Ash Jellico- We have tho exclusive sale A trial order will convince yon that nurs is a little better than you have linen getting1 elsewhere anti possiblyIFull Weight orCoal Forfeited B It Luxon Bro Piggs Pure Apple Vinegar El 211 For Sale TvvU dwelling house at Paint Lick known as the nrytBeasley property Possession Jan nary 1st 1910 For terms etc apply to W G Kemper Paint Liek 101341 For Sale Livery outfit best stand in Rich mond with established business Corner Third Water Sts o20 Ct W T Griggs I Wanted Good relinble men and women as agents Pay good salaries or commis zion Call at once Miller Houso 850 West Main For Sale Simo choice Bourbon Red Turkeys Rayidly bred For prices write E P MILLER EL F D No 3 tf Richmond Farm For Sale 118 acres The best tobacco corn and hoz fUll in Mndisou county 7 miles from Richim ud Public sale Tuesday Nuv23rdat2p m B W STURDEVANT Cottonbhrg Ky For Rent Eight offices in the McKee block S earn heat water and janitor service plendid location and very desirable Potspssiou at once Also the store room on vllain street occupied bv Charles Pigg Apply at oliveR J McKee Attention Swine Breeders Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy is a sue preventive as well as a cure for IjnL cholera and other infectious dis ass if swine I keeps hogs healthy auti make them grow and fatten A few doses now may save the loss of your entire herd Sold by Perry aud Thomas Richmond Notice Of Election Notie is hereby given that on Tues day Nov 2nd at the regular voting places in the City of Richmond Ky an election by the qualified electors of the City of Richmond will be held for the purpose of electing three public school trustees one from each ward Polls will be open from 7 a m to 4 p m C E WOODS Mayor- 2t To the Voters oi Madison I take this means of announcing to the voters of Madison county that F am the Republican nominee for the office of County Judge and I ask that you give my cause due consideration Anything said oir done in my behalf will be greatly appreciated Respectfully P F Adams Jr MarchFarley 4 MiI1icrg ccb r 1 1 Around Town I + oi Last call Register today Vote for the school bonds next Tues dayA vote for the school bonds is a vote for your children Democrats if you have not registered do so today Time recital given Friday evening at Madison Institute was largely attended and thoroughly enjoyed Mica Gottlieb was vocalist and Miss Maui pianoist Both ladies were perfect artists and rendered brilliant program Mr W A Barr of Chicago repre senting the great Siegel Brothers Ladies Tailoring establishment of Chicago will be with Vr D Oldliatn Co on Friday Oct 20th with suits and coats of the very latest designs to de liver For all Ladies and Misses who havnt purchased their fall suits and COlts this is a rare opportunity to do so Dout fail to co uio I have deddud 10 withdraw my can didicy for Representative and take this maydecisionsurances of support and assure tleui that all they have done for me will be remembared I iiave rclchcd this con elusion because I thai my business will not permit me to make the active canvass the race requires Minon Young For Sale A fine Illinois stock and grain farm 200 acres Good house barn fences and wind mill Only too per ncre For description write Geo W Tbrol keld Mt Yernon ills o272t For Sale Privately two store houses one oc cupied by Taylor OMImui Hardware the other known as Mm Racket Store both on Main St J E Greanleaf- tf Executor Scarcity of HogsV Winchester Depocrau Ai gentle man who is well posted in such mat lers says there will not be a sufficient numberof hogs fattened in Clark con n ty this fall to furnish meat for the in habitants of the county Sills Big Farm Mr Jas B White sold his fine farm on Lancaster pike to Collins Coy the consideration being 22000 Mr Coy will take possession January 1st This is a splendid farm and one of the most desirable in the country To Make Hens Lay Bourbon Egg Producer suppliesele meats found lin various grains seeds and grasses which cause the food to produce eggs instead of fat A few doses in the feed will make hens lay amazingly Try it and see Sold by Perry ThomasPrize Winner fMrs Elliot Shifilet this county was the winner of first prize cffered by the Metropolitan and Rural Home Maga zine for the beat letter written to that publication The priza was S3 and Mrs Shifilet is being congratulated by her friends upon her good luck Supplemental Registration y A supplemental registration began Monday and will continue through today the 27 If you were away from home and could not register make tall tracks for your voting place today for if you are not registered you lose your vote I Better Get Your Money Mayor Woods asks The Climax to say to everybody that time term of the present Council expires December 2nd and that all bills against time city must ClerIand paid at the Nov 4th meeting ot the Council Our Wish is to pay all current accounts and try to turn over our books to out successors with the least possible amount ot liabilities No matter how small the bill may be NOW is the time to file it- Respectfully 0 E Woous Mayor Corn Exhibit Tnrley Evans Agents for the Farm Department of the Hemp Insurauce Co of New York hereby offer a premium of 5 for the best one dozen ears of white corn and also a premium of 2 CO for the best dozen ears of yellow or red corn This corn ia to be tied together and left at the State Bank and Trust Co before December lat 1003 All corn exhibited to remain the property of said Turley 4 Evans The exhibits will be remembered and the name of the exhibitor will not be known to the judges until the premium is awarded The Jwteerwlll be Joe Collins and Judge IL tI Million trhoi upon diesHreefngmsj pick third iliVrI H r lr7wi Special Quality and Style in Suits a t h il1500W haversi ever sold We searched the market and picked out the best from the best makers we paid cash and tookoffthe discount we cut our own profits to the very limit we squeezed into these suits every five centsV worth of quality possibleV They are rich patterns in the newest green brown and gray mixtures as well as plainer effects in wide variety they are tailored in the IatetV style and honestly made inside as well as out Come to see them they are matchless values at the price 1500j Newest and best in Overcoats and Raincoats Hats and I ICaps Underwear Gloves Ties Etc t The smallest boy or the most experienced man trades here in perfect I security we have the same price our lowest price to one and all THE STORE FOR f House Burned The home of Mr A J hide of Waco wss destroyed by fire Tuesday morning about nine oclock togetlur with most of time contents The origin of the fire isx unknown and it had gainnd ueh headway before being dis covored that it was impossible to save the house notwithstanding neighbors responded immediately to the cry of distress There was 500 insurance on the iiouee and 250 on the contents Public Discussion Tomonow Thursday evening at 730 the voters and patrons of tho schools will be addressed at the EastRich mond Christian church upon tlie ques thou ol issuing bonds to enlarge the school buildings All ate invited to come and hoar the reasons for this bond issue The whole question will be explained by speakers who understand the matter Come and ask your questions Money In Locust Trees- To those people who are land poor or who are burdened with poor land we give them a helpful hint It has all been figured out by an export 2400 locust trees can be planted on an acre fn eight years they will be large enough to cut for fence posts each tree will yield two posts These posts can readily be sold for 25c each Grand total 1200 for eight years on one acre or an average of SIlOa year Mr TV A Barr of Chicago repre senting Siegel Brothers Ladies Tailor ing establishment of Chicago will be with W D Oldham Co on Friday Oct 29th with suits and coats of the vorv latest designs For all Ladies and Misses who havnt purchased their fall suits and costs this is a rare opportunity 7o tlo so Dont fail to come For Churches Bennett Higgins the furniture dealers adjoining Hotel Myndon have decided to give a portion of their sales to tho different churches on certain days The Episcopal church came first and held forth Friday and Saturday The Baptist church will hold its sale Out 25 and 26 the Methodists Oct 27 and 2S and time two Christian churches Oct 29 and 30 The churches have members on hand to assist at store This is a good chance to get rare bar gains and at the same lime help your church Turkey Season Opens Gott Brothers the popular produco merchants of this city are baying tnr keys for the Thanksgiving market From now on big shipments will be made by this firm As heretofore these gentlemen will pay the bichest possi ble market prices anditwill bo to your advantage to call and keo them before disposing of your fowls Gott Brothers have tfeeri in business in Richmond for many years and have established a reputation for fair deal mugs wliThhVis responsible for the great success of the firm Not only the farmers of Midisoui but adjoining counties bring their produce of every description to Gott Bros Paid Jessamine a High Tribute Nicholasvjlte News Judge Jerre Sullivan of Etchmotd spoke here Monday afternoon in tIme interest of the Democratic county ticket Be said that jrejssamTne was one of the best conducted county in the Bluegrass That it was the only county ha knew of that had met all of ita indebtnesfi and had 10000 in the tr asUry which he believed to be due to the splendifl management of Judge Phillips Mr I Sullivan said Aii iiost aU time bluegrass counties werQ borrowing money to meet their indebtedness Judge Sul- hivan M j5lJ matibanex eUdl- 1C tci q j tt KlIHt ftUO1 tS tVf4V- V J MARRIED At the residence on Lancaster Ave Saturday evening Rev Hugh McLel lan performed the ceremony that unit ed time lives of Mr Robert Minter and Miss Lula Hackett both of this county Tho bride is a daughter of T B Hack ett oE White Hall and is a charmingI young woman Tie groom is a fellc known young farmer and Ins many friends wtio extend best wishes for long and happy iit- eAppoints A ReceiverI Uieholasville News The Kentucky River Poplar Co located at Valley View has been thrown into the hands of a receiver Uesides lumber plants at Frankfort Valley View and Bellc Point near Irvine the company owns 3000 acres of land in Estill onnhIThe asssts will aggregate about Ot000 which is said will exceed its out standing liabilities G A Rev of Nicliolaaville lisa been appointed by Judge Cochron of tho United States District Court as rectiver whose bond was fixed at j75 OliO Last Day of Extra Registration If on account of unavoidable absence from the city or being detained at home on account of sickness in your family you wore unable to regis t tor on tha regular registration dayI today Oct 27lh in accordance with the election laws of the state hnsI been designated as last of the supple mental registration day If you havoi not registered go at once to IheI county clerks olnro and got yourcer tiiicatc If you fail to register you will be deprived of a vote in any elcc tion tor one year DEATHS After an illness of many months Ed IA CoyiediedFiiday at tho residence of his sister Mrs J W Hamilton on the Summit Deceased contacted tuberculosis more than two yeaia ago nnd had just icitntly returned tram Mexico where he spent 14 uroliths endeavoring to stay the rags of the disease but his condition glow worse and tho end canm peacefully Friday morning Mr Coyla was twentythree years of age and was a son ot the late Algiu Coyle and was marriedabout folir years ago to Miss Cricket Terrill this county His funeral services were conducted at the residence of his sister Sunday morning by Rev Hugh McLellan ot tho Christian church of which deceased was a member Ho isI survived by his wife and two eisleis Mrs J W Hamilton of this city arid Mrs R L Tipton of Montgomery county all of whom the sympathy of a host of friends is extended Meeting at Court House Siall Richmond B9RtllIscli There will be a meeting of the citizens and voters at the court house Friday evening at 730 Oclock for the purpose of discussing tho above qucs tion In alt such movements there should be full anti fair dlecussion there fore the Board of Eatuatlon invites and urges everybody lo come whether for or against the issue of honda If there is not an imperative need ot more buildings if the childrens lealthaat1 general welfare do not demand them if it is not more economical to build then to continue renting if the amount asked for is not right the Bard4oes not want the issue to carry Then let voters and taxpayers of II shades of opinion come tn the meeting Let- us all reason together and see what is right It is unwise surely to continue throwing money away in rents and other expeneeswhen it can be saved Ooineaoe cotrie all and let HI know the trath- JfiiSt Bferi9op nhiK set die U7VUt 1Ia1f 2tJl Wlnt4r tthis- Iq iIVtdi- i VVV Dne of Madison Countys Most Popular Women Dies Af ter Short Illness Mrs Richard L Gentry one of the ion widely known and best loved adies in the whole county ol Madison lied on Friday aficrnoon after an ill icssof only five days She had gone to spend a few days with her sisterin taw Mrs Theodore Wilson about SIX smiles irom Richmondiaud was stricken with acute stonnch troublo which t led the skill of physicians and the muistrations of loved ones who never eft her bedside from the first moment if her attack until death had closed lown her eyes itt dreamless slumber S soon as it became apparent that her tInes was serious she was removed to he home ot her daughter Mrs P F Vdams with whom she resided where ier physicians and loved ones could Jec nstantly near The approach of tIer death cast ti gloom over the city ind wherever theshocking news other lopotess condition waj heard the most irofound so now was felt and express id so loved so respected was this rentlo minister of mercy who had linked so many hearts to her own by leeds and words of grace and mercy hat characloiizcd her einpularily tweet antI beautiful life On Sunday ifternoon surrounded by liar devoted amtly all that was mortal of ono Ttho hat fo lately moved among us like a benediction from on high was lowered into the silent grave mourned by as many as ever before eoirowed for the lualh of a woman here What loftier tribute to liar excellence what grander heiltagA to her survivillg loved ones than the comforting knowledge that their poignant grief was shared wide spread by vonplo of high and low de gree and consoled but thesVeet sssur aqce that she was upbornnin her ill ness by the hope of it blessed immor taut It is worthy of record notably wiirliv t3f recounting the beautiful IifJButmark ably beaut ifiu pliaHW Hero lay a wile and mother iu the prime of u robust vomall hood surrounded by a circle of devoted dear ones with II past lull ot honor and golden deeds and a future filled with opportunity Sl for continued nsculueES stricken lust ra lifes suit had reached high noon Call tug her children her soiutnlaw and young grandchildren to her bedside ono by one she givo theta a messag and told them goodbye without a tremor without a tear without a visi bleeigu ofnx tty for her own or for their spiritual welfare Though each loved one standing as it were in the presence of death was Bullusad with tears the mother fully conscious she was soon to pass away maintained that placid demeanor that bail charac terized her whole lifehusbandand the children all but one bad taken their last long iarewell when Mrs Oenry prayed for but ono last bon fram hIaventimalshe mi2ht nut pass t way before tipi arfi al ot her only son Richard L Jr frq j Nash yille At 1230 oclock p mr Friday he reached Richmond and hurried to his mothers bedside She had been buoyed up by the lope and belief he would come As the door of the silent death clamber swung open the eyes of IIOl1alld mother met and from her pallid lii wa distinctly heard the joyous sound as the stretched forth her arms There is mv darling boy t Clasped in that sad yet joyful embrace the longBeparated loved one1 lingered anti they were parted by the mothers relaxing arms as deaths fingers chilled tholbvinc heart Within thirtyjbrief minutes with her face illamsBed bra smile of supernal sweetness anm sank into unconsciousness pHMdMrane fih dfui trliph- etYJr ifiti r tMHil i telll C i IH 4 Our i3 ekeye J High Top Shoes at 350j worth 400 T i x A corker for the price Eith r black or tan Full J2 inch top raw hide strings heavy double soles select material throughout You cantt equal it elsewhere under 400 Come see it for yourseit 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 boysV VQuality always higher than the price Headquarters forV Ball Band Rubbers in every style You know their reputationI BANKSQUALITY mnunityV Her sufferings ended with the lay Yet lived she at its close And passed the lontr Ions night away In statuelike repose But when the sun In nUhis state Illumined the October skies She passed through Heavens evening gate And walked in Paradise The children whose names appear below will miss her the husband will mifs her time poor will miss her the church and the Pattio A Cay Infirm ary especially will miss her All those wio know and loved her presence will miss liar foraheUas all and in all to countless friends- It is mete to say that we shall not soon if ever see her like again and if wd could be granted one brief prayer itwould be Let our last end be like hers Mrs Gentry was Miss Bettie West before her marriage She was bore in Georgetown in 1852 July 16 was nmriied Oet15 1872 and ever since le sided in Kicjinuiul Ky Besides her husband the following children survive her Pearl Mrs P F Adams Jr Carinne Mrs A D Miller Mary Mrs O DIliier alt of this city and otto sOIlH L Gentry Jrof Nashville Tenu also a sister Mis J B Parrent ot Atlanta and a brother Preston West of Texa The funeral was preached by Rev G W Crutchtield of time Mcthoihst church and the re mains were Jaid away on Sunday time Golden Clasp or all time hays in our beautiful cemetory in time presence of a tremendous throng and hcaeath a wilderness ol flowers For Rent Office of two room on ground floor in Schlegel building Also one good stable could bo used for work shgp Ihono No0 Halloveen Party A jolly good time is in store for all who attend the Halloween party to be given Friday night by the Junior Mis sionary Society pf Iho Piesbyterian church It will bo held in the lecture room of the church and an admission of 10 cents will bo charged A Beautiful Gold Necklace Will be Given to Young ILady Bringing in Most Votes in Our Piano Contest Saturday Oct 30 As in extra inducement to contestants ia our Popular Girl Contest wo will give to the young lady who brings in the most votes Saturday Oct 30 a beautiful gold necklace Now it must hot bo forgotten that all these votes are counted in at time end fur the grand prize the fJOO piano Last week and up to the present tinle this weeks candidates have been on the hustle and many subscriptions are being put on our list daily Saturday will closo ihe special prizi offer for the gold necklace anti 0me young lady going to win this beautiful present and also those bringing in as much as ten dollars by Saturday we sire going to give Cue ofour gold mounted jewel boxes previous winners of which are only barred Reajj display advertist ment elsewhere in this Isue Land For Sale As executors of estate of 0 F Bur nun we off r at private sale about lOOncres of land lying two miles East of Kingston on Big Hill acd Muddy Creek road arlj thing land of A C Binge anti Drs Gibsons eRa be divided into twofannsof nearly equal size with fair improvements oa each consisting of two IIQUSCS and barns cribs etc About 100 acres in virgin woodland most of tyahnce In grass Will raise corn whit tobacco Foi price and terms sco AXr MoEXXvi rV- VVV- I tDw1M Ir i r School Bonds Next Tuesday tho voters of Richmond wilt be asked to vote upon the question of an issue of bonds to the amount of 825000 for the purpose of enlarging both the white and colored school bnildincs If the bonds are voted it will add an average of S10C9 75 to the city taxes each year for 20 years but it will save over 2500 every year for the twenty years This saving consists in rents salaries of extra teachers and other unavoidable expenses There is absolutely no question that the tax rate will be lower with the bonds than with the rents and other expenses A vote for these bonds is a vote for lower taxes The health and welfare of 1700 children is involved in this question The Board of Education is anxious that every voter know the needs of the schools and that economy demands that rents and all unnecessary expenses be eliminated Sava the health of the child and the money of the taxpayers at tIme same time by voting YES next Tuesday Entries To Date The following names of young ladies have been sent in for the big piano contest As each yqung lady starts with one thousand votes and their friends are going to work In earnest tho race promises to wax warm to the finish Each starts with equal show jug Please remember that every one bringing as much fS ten dollars in cash to the office by Saturday afternoon will be given free a handsome gold jewelry box ecebig ad in addition to time number of votes entitled to It is not tco late to add other names eo send in any you wishV Mayme Powell Moberly Ohio Winklor Moberly Annie Ojckrill Waco Katie Pitman Waco Addio Mellon College HillIStella Wilson Waco Gertrude GrinsteadlIoberlr- Lllcy Tharpe Waco Nannia Whortou Valley ViewVOlantha Brcssler Valley view Eloise Million Newby Mary Tudor Nowby Sallie 1J Parish Silver Creek Lula Wheeler Kirksville Madrue Ssuris Silver Creek Mariotto Jones R 1 D2 Richmond Can Gi1Json It F D 2 Richmond HaUie Coy Kirksville Margaret Curry White Hall Hattie Moberly Rnthton Elizabeth FarrteRed House Mary Hainra Ruthton Lucy Williams Ruthton Martha King Cottonbufg J Nora Crufje R F D l chniond Bertha Lear RnthtonP May Roberts Ruthton Ethel Garrett F Dl Richmond Annie Christopher RFIk41Richmuoud- Nora Davis Red House Anah Asbill R F D 4 Richmond Erne Northcntt Valley View Mariam Noland Maggie Eads UUIO Cty Mary Thomas Laura Dozier t Cleva DunnIIMary L Parks Lucy Jones Mary H Shearrer Irene MeKinuey Grace Dalton Red House Mary Wells Doylersvtlle Grace Wagers Bqrea i IN RICHMOND Margaret Phelps f Anne Bennett Iohen Bessie ParksVCatherine Scott I MaLtiePiggVEllen Walokerc AHneVDuncan Fatter Rwewll Jm4ewer- sI5f7 6 1- 1Iicu QitLi J u Adds healthful qualities to food Bo t IMI6P4iPoWo C lbJQlt1tely1ure Predicts Cold Winter A Pennsylvania weather prophet predicts an unusually cold and hard winter because the shucks on the corn is extra heav- yRegarding Family Skeletons Here is a little sermon we found in one of our exchanges this week It is IIswhat you saw Do you ever stop loj think that some day tragedy may up its abode in vour home Cant you get it into your head that some day the tongue of slander may cut jou like a poisoned sword an1 the whisper of neighbors be as vinegar to your wounds Misfortune and disgrace may have struck your neighbor but it does not become you to get upon the housetop and shout it out to the world You will have all you can 3o to answer for j our own indiscretions Some day one near and dear to you may fall the prison walls may open to a son or the scarlet letter of eternity may blight a daughter When a home is mourn lug over a tragedy the best thinc you can do is to keep your mouth hilt unless you can say something that will como as a rift in the clouds Then again you know yqu may be no better than your imeigliborTue Only differ ence is that they were caught and you up to date have kept sunlight away Be charitable to your neighbor as you know not the hour nor the day when the light will appear in your sacred circle Name Your Farm There is no doubt but that a nameVin connection with a dairy fruit or 1 poultry farmor any other farm for that matter is a distinguishing mark tl and is a very great help in establishing trade It is advertising1 which costs nothing which gains steadily from be big used freely in conversation aDllIfinally becomes indissolnbly associated with the product for which it stands In choosing a name adopt a simple characteristic one and always use it on letter heads and lnaivortlsingI Fine For Small Checks If you should write a check for less than after January 1st lOIOyou will subject yourself to the possibility of a fine ofVoo or being imprisoned for six months in jail Protests by time hundreds are being filed by merchants ifhoseIn general against section 178 of tho penal law which was approved March 4th 1900 and which provides that no person shall make issue or payout any note check memorandum token or other obligation for less sum than IIntended to circulate as money or IwoneyStray Steer 1 Pale red steer weight aboutacame to my place on October court day Owner can have same by prov ing property and paying charges J Euibry Park 4t ILFDNo3 II U t We are Peceivihg the Choicest Lotof W J VV Evaporated Fruit The best Canned Goods and the hoi ttilI with quantity and always at the low If est of market prices See our beautiful line of J Queensware Wooden Granite and Willow Ware V SWLL McKINNEY GROCERSS l 4w a Tclep10Gc n hJt 223 iI P1b imili I Hr = OFi a t1 if iiI j r C = hl Jr I A = U I = j J J TERMSU CASH3 J n tiTp 80 7 A A sale where the silver voice of cash speaks with a tone so eloquent that all other orators take a backseat A sale one price holds the sceptre of powerWhere the great trinity style quality and value are ruthlessly sacrificed in honor of those trade winners and business bringers I I Furniture Department See our east window for a Dining Room Outfitt of the Jacobian Period of Side board China Cabinet 10 ft Extension t Table 54 inch top Apron Fillers Service Table Five Side Chairs and one Arm Chair Ten Pieces for r 26500 Early English Dining Room Outfit Sideboard China Cabinet 10 ft Extension Table 54 inch top Three Pieces for 14300 Colonial Mahogany Sideboard 60 inch top i regular price 85 Fall Surprise Price 6800 Golden Oak Sideboard handsomely carved regular price 85 Fall Suprise Price 6500 Solid Mahogany China Cabinet regular price S75 Fall Surprise Price 5500 Early English Sideboard regular price 75 I rp MAIN AND BROADWAY iV iI IT GIVES THE BEST RESULTS LIGHT TRACE tr ANATOM ICALLY The SMITHSONIAN CORRECTH eRK We make a Specialty of Fitting Trusses Perry and Thomas n n r I I Field I 0 e ofII We havejust received a large shipment 1 Field and Garden Seed and invite those I who are contemplating sowing grass to I t before making a purchase Our line of i Staple and FancyII G J I I ftat e and Son1 J Telephone 35 i w 1 t Ueo0 Formerly with J B Stouffer If Merchant Tailo r Appzrtmcnte over J E Sexton Phone 173 t r Afl Kinds at- C fresln jeleaninReaSriin MJM h Gu rantedrPit j ip SiMi Going to Use Any BROWERS iFAbLSURPRISE DOLLAR FOR DOLLAR TRANSACTIO Bargains 4500t TRUSSjHOLDS Gar- denSEED pricesI ROCERfESwas Msurlschem Drapery Department Fillet Net Curtains regular price 5 Fall Surprise Price S 400 Fillet Net Curtains regular price S850 Fall Surprise Price 680 Real Arabian Curtains regular price S12 Fall k Surprise Price 960 Irish Point Curtains regular price SlGftO Fall Surprise Pricef 13 20 Point Venice TooTone regular price 22 50 Fall Surprise Price 1800 Colbert Curtains regular price S25 Fall Sur prise Price 2000 We have just opened a line of Sundour Draper ies and Hangings in colors that areguaran teed not to fade ranging in price from 100per yd to 200 CF B ROWER Lumber LathsPaint Rubber or Felt Roofing PLANS FURNISHED REASONABLE Better come direct to Todd Lackey I Corner Main and Orchard Streets AND GET A SQUARE DEAL Telephone 100 I Floral Designs Cut Plants Flowersi Ii Furnished on short notice designs for Funerals and Weddings GreenhousesIOpen Sundays from 2 to 5 p in nC =A 5ocent bottle of Scotts Emulsion given in halfteaspoon doses four times a day mixed in its bottle will last a yearold baby nearly a month and four bot1 tIes over three months and will make the baby strongand well andwill lay the foundation for a healthy robust girl FOR SALE 8V ALI DRUGGISTS Send lee name of paper and this ad for our beautiful Savings Bank and Childs Sketch Book Each tank contains a Good luck iBOWNEt led Pearl Street N Y If you are going to sellout and want your goods to liiiiip WclLItgcLI J W Shearer WhiteHall Ky tocondiictwotirrs ile ills car ahrereabiert 1 hri ift1 iiJ r r Sash Doors Richmond K It is always cheapest in the long tun to OBI the best We do the very b- estConcrete Work Give us your order and you will be well pleased and thoro ly satisfied R K Stone Phone 432 Jennets For Sale firstcllsJtiilller F old For mrtilnlllJS call o or address Dillir1 Berrvnur U P D3 9 0U ticllutondkIy Uillinus Feu3lirnvnafter dinner Ton ufl cuatfd r illtttr taste Corn plui9s ww2 Liver needs De g gl 8C re WIU it tttete5tM iMjdvtt rtiefe CJ4J t I fifji i f J In Plain figures the price ss attached to each article and this means positively the lowest price obtainable Do not miss this opportunity to buy your home furnishings at prices neverbefore- quoted r t t 4 t ft t Carpet Department THE FLOOR COVERINGS OF OUR ANCESTORS NO STAINED MARGINS OR FILLINGS NEEDED BestAxminsterBorder to match regular price 150 Fall Suprise Price 100 Axminster Border to match regular price 135 Fall Surprise Price 90 Wilton Velvet Border to match regular price 135 Fall Surprise Price 90 Velvets Border to match regular price 110 Fall Surprise Price 65 regular 115 Extra Quality Tapestry Brussels Border to match regular price 110 Fall Suprise Price 75 Tapestry Brussels Border to match regular price Sl Fall Surprise PricA 65 Tapestry Brussels Border to match regular price 75c Fall Surprise Price 45 Lowell Ingrain 60c and 65c Rugs in every quality and all sizes at Surprise Prices Spitting Nuisance If the local authorities want to str p the disgusting habit of spitting mucous on the sidewalks they hsd better instruct the people as to the best method of killing the catarrh germs and curing catarrh You can easily tell by readipg the symptoms below whether you have catarrh or not- Olyensive breath frequent sneezing discharge from no e 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 raising of mucous difficulty in breathing loss ot vital force B L Middclton has a sensible remedy money back if it fails for catarrh called Hyomel which Is a whenYg ems fee m iiih t it ku n germ life and cures cat nh The price including bard rubber Inhaler is only X100 and money batik if it doesnt cure Extra bottles 50 cent I have tried almost evpry catarrh cure on the market without benefit Have been using Hytmei for one week and feel like a new innn readym V Goode Newark 0io June 21 1909 MIvOQHA Cures Indigestion Itrelieves stomach misery sour atom nch belching and cures all stomach dis tabtMUd LaxafiveI for Baby Free The child of today is the parent o uphealthydepends upon the intelligence of its parents for most children are born thousandsbecomebirth and the age of ten when the controlThe ItstoOdgoodrompsgrowing chUd learns well at school and iseager for fun if its head is clear and its stomach light and that means If it has no constipation anyIrregularity y children is by the use of Dr CaldwellSyrup Pepsin This Is a liquid laxative WDunhunCullam Plainville nits and numerous others can testify who give It to their resultsAJl ac cording the size you want and eve- none60cent bottle will do a wonderful amount of good in a family It can be given to any member of the family la Indigestiontorpidheadache and similar digestive troubles oltltalkspillstabletsIf you hIre a child or other member of verusedthistrtaIbottlo wiltede It there Is anything about your ailment that you doVt understand or If you witany medical advice wrte to the doctor and til answer you fully Ttrre la iio charge for this seice WCaldwellKonUceUo1ILI BIOCfLTtldta flAGAM p t i im1 Uj 1t a Early English Scare In 1370 a report was circulated that certain galleys with a multitude of armed men therein were lying off the foreland of Tbanet and an order was at once Issued that every night watch shall be kept between the Tower of London and Billingsgate with forty men at arms and sixty The watch was kept in the following order Tuesday the drapers and the tailors Wednesday the mercers and the apothecaries Thursday the fishmongers and the butchers Friday the pewterers and the vintners Saturday the goldsmiths and the saddlers Sunday the ironmongers the armorers and the cutlers Monday the tawers the spurriers the bowyers and the glr dlers Even In 1010 pirate vessels were captured off the Kentish roast between Broadstalrs and Margate London Chronicle The Label Language Theres a language In hotel labels the same as In stamps or flowers said a courier All over Europe the hotel porters paste the hotel labels on theIwhat sort of a tipper you are Up at the top of the trunk the label means you are generous In the mid dle it means youre a middling sort Down very low It means you are no good Willing to Help Ma what are the folks in our church gratin up n subscription ferV To scull our minister on n vacation to Europe want thorp be no church services while hes ontf Xo dear Ma I got 123 In my bank Can I give that Cleveland Leader Franklin and the Balloon Vlien the halloo was first dlwov trrd some one said to Franklin What Will pvorroraf of It Franklin point ed to n baby lu Its cradle and said And what will ever come of that Truthful Sign Mr Lonjear By the way did you signfcourse Mr Loniear They are a sign that nature has been generous Tho Spelling Class Teacher Spell coincidence Willie WHIIe1 cant spell it but I can tell what It n iean Teacher Well then what does It mean Willie Twlus ludge He who relies on posterity to do him lustlce will not feel the pain of dlsap lolatiuentPuck Not an Umpire A clergyman startled his drowsy rongregatlon the other day as follows My dearly beloved friends permit hie lo remind you that I come here to vreacu not to act as umpire In a saor bg match IThe Explanation seems to be a let more MIssf As siaglag rialto Miss KV gad I injure lilies K Las yesbutlather Made Cure eftM Pre A young girl who curried her dinner was oltscrvttl ip eat her 4o fist When asked why she replied Well If theres anyjliing left it Wet be the nattyiThe Shake Wliat did you say tost night Wrest Jack asked you to marry Wtat ek be- adT 1C w t r1It j c Jt w llY k d 1 REGULAR PRICE IF CHARGED ======d l where consisting boyar IAlJe Wall Paper Department NONE BUT EXPERIENCED HANGERS EMPLOYED ir f I Regular 15c Papers Fall Surprise Price iJi 20c iM h30e tt u ct Mf i o H 40c He 20 ii U 50c tt yhlye tt 9 75ect + rtc iO f iiI Several Patterns of Tapt tt y1I1ulal prkt 30 to I 50c Fall Sur iihe Price IQt Our entire lilleot rtdPra ii IM rivepLots of nine to twenty rolls will be closed out regard V t less of cost LEXINGTON KENTUCKY iirW 11- General Bolluo Blacksmith Carriage and Buggy Painting Special Attention t- oRepairing Buggies Wagons anc Farm Machinery We Put On The Best Rubber Tires Made Our Facilities For 11iS6 clu Hi SnJ 1nE Are Unsurpassed Shop at Ky Carriage Works Water Street Ith Iks- Hi A rOlCh Vilttt t j tlliWI j e r tt a pt o- rt it C Illtltt IlllXliltltb o to li gnu at her shop When in tae need of Embroider Materials Stamping eiti rail on Miss Eva Roberts I mOl Cure Your- Dandruff I Why Because It is Annoying uatidy And mostly because it almost invariably leads to baldness Cure it and save your hair Get more too at the same time All easily done with Ayers Hair Vigor new thisformationpae JIk e1r flite IHW auaa6c bill iiIt to your doctor Kriertalnlydotbeorigt1caueMuN tet ietr4 rte cote TMae+ip is leis W tb J ales U LrrsltI WII l 4 Ai l ii j tit AgoniesfromAnd Most Women Do This Not Knowing the ConditionThesehave been led to believe that their entirelythe kidneys and bladder are re sponsible or largely so And In bladdermust have attention sickheadaches swellingnervousness or hysteria listless wornoutteelingare diseasedkidneys BladderPiusremarkablybeneficial female organismaffordIng the permanentbenefit thesePillsColumbus Oa writes that she was Tery with kidney trouble and thatthese takejand arations cro apt to do E C DeWItt do Co Chicago lit want every man and woman whothave tho least suspicion that are afflicted with kidney and bladder diseases to at once write them and a trial box of theses Pills will be sent free by return mall post paid Do It today For Sn by All rrUggistSU 75rWomen Suffer Carduifori relieve headache backache pain in the side and dizziness arising from deranged organs It does more iI writtenH TAKE CARDriIt Will Help You J Jr i Mrs Maxwell Johnson Tampa Fla writes Caraui cured sufferingdecided to take Cardui I have now taken 5 bottles and I canthat it has cured me I advise all suffering women to give Cnrdui say a long and fair trial Mrs Johnson suffered years Have Doyou you wish toBut why suffer at all Take Cardui Give it a fair trial AT ALL DRUG STORES Rural TelephonesM- r Rme VflVr r 1IDm fn rn ffl iis fl ebr rr euce and place oUI8011 iu VOlltioll to lattstset tjq market qaoiatious et whichyouttobecdqu1J1S8ildfir lne Iate If at prtseat yH are aoceuj tying telephone service we MM Immediately MlasissiPpi1iniIanw1 rtli Lau 1i JAc t rt aavaav 1aLay LtJlww LiI J V lIcr c a JlJ