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Digital page images are linked to the text file. u =rt r n Il a II li Jr i 7 TI1E RICHMOND CLIMAXiIl = e t itT Jf i v r VOLUME 36 7 RICHMOND MADISONCOUNTYKENTUOKY WEDNESDAY zNtWALL RAPERic Absolutely PureeKoyxl- Baddng Powder improves tha flavor = s andatfcfs the healthfulness ofthe foot ROYALBAKING POWDER bSolutelY PurJ When in Needof r c Plastering or Concrete MATERIAL SEE HUHNSlUf ROBINSON Ofliee and Warehouse on L N R R PHONE 143t RICHMOND WValso handle all kinds of Feed r 7e Right Way to get good work is Dbuy your paper from and up to date trie arfdcgetan uplodate paper hangers Develop the Boy It 19a great thing to take a boy in to ones confidence to find out his ten deueyatnd help develop it Every day has semi Jnelidation toward Rome tight thing To discover that and give it force is doing moro good in the world than one usually has the opportunity of doing The way to Jo this is to take nil iiiteiest in the boy talk to him encourage him give hUDn book that touches upon his tendency There is oo much lack of faith in a boy This cms from a lack of uncles andng him t om nut looking into him and seeing what the outlook is There is mow chance of doing good in the world right here In this boi proposi tion than there is in all the enterprises that one concoct Very often a man will s e some untoward impulse inl bay ante he f irlhwhh niaks up his mind that there is no good iu him God dioant turn out sjch boy He g yes everyone oI them an advaatege if it is taken hold of in the light spirit Next to a womanly girl the lest thirg God ever rave the world is a manly boy Hut he must have a chalice he Must see his vav he iftust have fjm imtliy and frieu hfiip The ruin Hia is done for the lack cf these In amazing Thereare even therswlio liver think Ior these thing who logo their bois but never jet on Uieinideof their heart ItIi a jrat mistake =Ex Generally debilitated for years Had sick headache lacked ambition was wornout and allrun down liar dock Blood Uilttrs made me a well woman Mrs Chas Freitoy Moosuf Conn Autos In Kansas Farmers all over the state of Kansas pro making use of the automobile both for business and pleasure This fact is proven by the number cf auto mobiles that ciii be seen by a trip through the Sunlliwer State Farm ers all over the State are using the theIr more automobiles per capita than Kansas Its A Crime to neglect your health The worst nt lent that joa can bo guilty of is to allow constipation billiousccss or any liver or bowel trouble to continue It ls poisoning your entire chronicand may lead to a serious disease Take Ballard Herbinc and absolutely well lbei sure cur for any and al troubles of the stomach liver and bowels Sold bi Perry Jf Thomas nlm Phone 412 W P BAXTER Country Editor vs Millionaire Tho editor ofthe Russell Ky Dem floats responsible for the following Id rattler bo a country editor and chase ground Jor nerve before Id be a millionairb wlih wealth I cculd not use Id rather be a printer with pat dies on my Lrcochcfl than be a master of finance with all my thoughts on riches ld rather eat my modest meal digest the same with ease than sit down to a royal feast with stomach ache like John DsT romp and feo lie with my kids around our cheerful hearth with their mother hr the nti clieiico to help enjoy the mirth is better than to move about In high society where dress and jewels make life a mockery Tis true llje printers cash gets short and dunscome inn hurry but the hjtppv follow dot not tethllets the dnntier worry He anays has a conscience disposition suatn he know lfiat lite is always joy bssidc tho chase for money For the nnlder of opinion is happier man by far than the man who owns a palace a yacht and a private car And when he goes to his reward he knows that all ii well while the man who maker his wealth his pod may some day wake hi hI- A Hairs Breadth Escape youhlvethinking it will just cure itself you are inviting pneumonia consumption or same other pulmonary trouble Dont risk it Put your lungs bfak in pcificl health and stop that cough SyrupPuceby Perry t Thomas nlm Shame On You Girls on a Southern railroad pas jenger train hung their garments over the hell cord and the weight of their apparel set the air brakes and Stopped the train It goes without sajing they wer country girls Those in the cities nowadays dont wear cnuughto slag a hand car much less stop an pressLouisvlll Herald All efforts have failed to find a bet ter remedy for coughs colds and lung trouble titan Foleys Honey and Tar It stops the cough heals the lungs and prevents serious yresults from a cold J N Patterson Nashua Iowa vrilesL1Et winter I had a bad cold on my lungs and triedat least half a dozen advertised cough medicines and had treatment from two physicians without gettingany benefit A friend recommended Fo leys Honey and Tar and twothirds of a bottle cured me I consider it the greatest c ugh and lung medicine in the world Sold by Stockton and Son nlm Narrow Country Roads Out in Iowa they are discussing a proposition to narrow the country roads to the width actually in use and then keep the entire roadway in passa ble condition instead of having some thing like lour rods between the fences with atiriveway in the center which is cfen tae narrow for team to pass 1he advocates of tho narrow roads favora forty Lot road wijh good drain agedicieaat the tides allowing the land owners adjoining to appropriate the abandoned strip on each side and add it to their farms in return for nnroy wi4i which to build modern ra Is in the narrowed way Dont think that piles cant be cured Thousands of obstinate cases Lave been cured by Doans Ointment 50c at any drugstore AHasty Introduction When Mark Twain lived in Buffalo he made the acquaintance of some neighbors under peculiar circum stances Emerging from his home one morning besawsomelhingwhich made him run across the street and remark to tho people wllo wcra gathered on the veranda Jly name is Glen ens my wife and I have been intending to call on you and make your acquaintance Wo owe you an apology for not doing it before now 1 beg your pardon for intruding on you in this luformal manner and at this time of day but your house is on lire Get Rich Quick Elizaoelhtown News This country had two campaigns in which the money standard WaS the issue The question then was whether It should bs cold or silver but just now the country is interested in another phase of money standard It is whether the dollar shuld be put above the man The country is going wild on Commercialism Men are seekIngto get rich fast In the strnggle that is going on for fortune under the mis taken idea that it will bring happi ness everything else is sacrificed to the craze Thousands have dollars so close to their eyes that they cannot see anything beyond the rim It is a low standard that debases rather than elevates mankind Truly it can be said of the age that the love of money is tile root of all evil Men ate not seeking it for noble purpose but to gratify selfish desires They are not enriching the world by their 1 t Jt tt 1 r tt rt Small Tings v Raq it ever occured to you That it takes every one of the 360 de revs to make a4f iV v circle that a wheel is made up fmany spokes that a minute will catch an import ant train that a finger mark will discover a criminal that a two cent stamp wiiIA carry a letter five thousand miles that a smile may brighten a whole lifetime tb tc9fJti x will make dollar BUT that few saved off fjcents not a a cents on averY purchase rt f merchandise V will make dollars in a short time They are small thingstut they cpwnfev f 6 t If The Hustling Cash Store to f 7 v j t j N cashotand lose ifeis- jjff ti C i2 bad debtsenabled to pay cash for all our merchandise and can tl1f y tii themfor less money and give you a better artidefQr a lower price than our yc mp eti w f comparisonr l fWw t rff ra Xi 4 i i 7 j r i T JJ r L fr J f 0r nsTSs i L r = J rv t 1 1Icf1mJ fic V rIiiib Jft jqi i r 1 E J P 7 f J kTrh ai F J fy r +J t3 r = r JJ bc f f 1fiU t tt f 1 i41 1T J rr J L s i s r f ys r f 5- 4 ok iii r 1fi CZ 1 t4 Sj of If J1 orI 3 A Ii 0 W = i t ir rc 7I 4j i tttr jk0t t wF Vas iirII fJ fJI w Rak =1 7 Vi ci j2X U r rJ d aiP tJ J i- We T ii r i IIvr J iIJ rnl er OiIo OO TJ 7 I 1f May Manton a a rtJjo v t i tit1 j iF tZr kff ti iS3 i ill y tt Patterns a r Ii= 1 y i I J c y J r 5 IOc i y t t ft f EachT M tCfIt tfii- fj 0 pa utq irif= J 1 t 1 ti itF- aoJnoitIi I 7 o s f Sf j 1li 4 u- t t r r tt1tJtJ1 1 living hut like the leech they lire i blood suckers iniprGverishing others in the desire to have mcro than their neighbors As a result of this low standard religion morals literature and respect for the law are all suffer ing The country is prospering from a money standpoint as it never prom j pered before but it Isin consequence of this craze to get rich It is suffering in many things which aro more valu able for the advancement of humani ty A Card v This is tocertify thai all diugglkts are authorized to refund your morley fa Foley Honeyed Tar fails to cure your cough or cold It stops the cough heals the lungs and prevents serious results from a cold Cures coughs and prevents pneumonia and consumption Contains no opiates The genuine is ina yellow package Refuse substitutes Sold by Stockton and Soa nlni Made Him Frisky What is goffil torn roan is good for beast and itd a pnorjule that works wont both trays Not far from town lives a contended couple on a farm Tbjy think a deal of each other and last March when the husband be gan to refuse bis rations and kind of got sck like it worried his wife JJpthinjj seemed to suit his taste and he went about his work doing chores as if ho was trying to save funeral cx penses Out in the barn his wife came across a package cf condition powders like they feed horses After reading Its go id qualities printed on the wrapper she vowel to trysome on her husband rho next morning for breakfastSha mixed a tablcapoon ful whhoatnical jlle ate it with rel ish Tho nextdiy she repeated tho dose and before the end of the week he jumped a live rail fence and turned handspring Before he had eaten a onepound package he threw the hired man three times during the noon hour and cutup several capers like a 18yearold would Then the good wife tickeled all over with her wonderful discovery got another package but before half of it was used up her husband got so frisky she couldnt keep him on the farm or home at nights He just wants to prance aroundand make googoo eyes at all the women and now his wife is in tears and talks about getting 1 divorcn Ex The Wrong Way is to buya lot of old stockand get anybody to hang it for you Phone 1t WALL PAPER FOR You AND YOUR WIFE Acheerful pretty bedroom will help you tof start l your day in a cheerful pleasant moodt Its a haven of rest for you to come back to at night j And all day long ifis a pleasure to your wife To make n pretty bedroom it is more important to have t tasteful furniture that Iiarmonizestlian furniture that merely J costs a lot A brass bed or a pretty white iron bed if you prefer bureau and chiffonier of light color birdseye lmaple Is especially pretty a low rocking chair and one two straight back chairs to match a mirror five foot orr1t screwed on to a closet door a sofa upholstered n cretonne box covered with the same and ihe Ihirtwalst in hangings at the window over white muslin curtains a light colored rug on the floorall this dots fi rot cost very tauchfSf you buy from ut and makes a pretty j room Come in and talk it over Dont forget to get a STEARNS FOSTER mattress That is what makes your bedroom a haven ofrest No other mattress is so comfortable r Made in four grades of superiority 1050 to Windsor Grade at 1350 is guaranteed tuperior other adttrtiitd mMrttt We sell it on 60 nights 2250mr L If you ran part with it at the end of that time t 3Jg return your money without question or comment J OLDHAll and LACKE- Ynnna Day Phone 76 1Nightty ron r B f jiA We Sell 1i May Manton fist 1 Patterns JOcEach jf l ti4L a 5 V 0 ft What We g l 4 1sell 1 We seH LADIES ReadytoSuits correct styles for JXOO that others are getting i1250 and 1500 for C i We sell the Elite Garment Companys Suits for ladies fromi5400 to2750 othersr N W ari showing the Elite Skirts from 350 to 1250 4 We are showing a beautiful assortment of those Long Black Goats so popular for J909 also a complete line of misses and childrens Cloaks We sell Faultless Clothes for men and boys Excelled by none for style Jlkand workmanship at all prices from 500 to 20QO We sell The Mayer Prince Albert and R 3SL Shirts Prettiest atterns wet vV r r have ever shown 50c and 100 r trve We sell Hats and Caps all prices from 25c to 450 j We tell fDuttenhofer tt Shoes for ladesnone better r g We sell Buster Brown Blue Ribbon Shoes for children 4 We sell the famous JE Tilt Shoes for men and boys You can p ymorepyt you cant get a better shoe 7 We sell Silksr Dress Goods wash Goads lankets Hosiery r Underwear r etc Iri fact everything you want to fit you up from head to foot We save you money on each purcha Respt i 1 Hamilton Bros o y 7 a = r 1 lII alI n b Ii r iLT h 0 FUROPENING Dont fall to attend the Fur Open ing IShxt Monday November 8th A beautiful line of Fur Coats also will be shown and can be delivered that day or orders taken for same Respectfully OW- ENMcKee The Richmond Climax rUIUJflED WEOIEUM IT THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO i Incorporated A D MILLER Ptestand Mangr LOUIS LANDRAM Editor cl PRESS and PUBUSIERS FFICE flOO PER YEAR IN ADVANCE WEDNESDAY NOV 3 1909 THdeath of W Q Adams editor of the Owensboro Inquirer was a great shock to members of the Ken tucky Press Association especially the older men who labored with him in putting the Association on a business basis and rescuing it from dc morilization by certain press peoplo who wanted to make the mcetiSgq mere childs play and introduce every thing except matter calculated to bring meat and bread to the table The writer served with him on several executive committees and weI have never known a moro c ifoman To his heartbroken lovely wife wo beg to extend our deepest sympathy Now that the election is over wo would be very glad to learn of any single instance where a candidate has or will call on the newspaper man and thank him for support given by the paper The press of Kentucky has we know worked faithfully dur ing this campaign but we will wager our straw hat that not one candidate will even thank the newspaper who supported him We arc in aiposilion to know that the nowcpapor men are Ingratitudejand printer brewery service rendered A DETROIT girl who worked in the bottling department of a Michigan distillery ha3 married an Indianian as a result of having put her card In a case of whisky he happened to buy Judging from her liberal views on the liquor question we presume she is one of the few wives who will have an ejeopener or bracer for poor hubby after his nightbcforc jag and if so she is worth her weight in goldc J B UAGGIK the richest man in Central Kentucky has just bought more land near Lexington his hold ings now amounting 7500 acres As he is welt advanced in years It is ojnly a matter of a very short time be fore his holdings will be reduced to the amount we poor mortals will get namely a space about 3x6 feet Gov Joe Blackburn who has been trying let go his job in the Panama canal Zone is back in this country for a visit and will come to Kentucky Wheu the fragrant fresh Blue Grass mint tickles his nose we believe pld Joe wilt fly the coop and flatly refuse to return to his job it Dn COOK the noted explorer has announced that to prove his claims bj would go again to the North Pole and there would be found his records For Heavens sake start him and ejid Peary with him Those two fellqWs are as great a nuisance as was CJirrfe Nation and several others we cijuld mention t VUtuyktycrop is reported s- oart tbattho will be so high tbjLt few can afford to havo them aUprn the Thanksgiving table Heres Where the no WApaper men again have consolation as they are not accuE tied to such luxuriei kence will mot be dlsipp Inted jl 5A IlAUVA u prof wsor recommends Envision ol tie Ten Ccmmandments toSaake them meet modern reqnirij Bfftits Judging by the almost total disregard r the preseito ef ire fall tetw whew itBrchM eoaU work Loctkaworbs A CIRCUS wilt likely winter in Lexington Having just witnessed the greatest political circus ever presented the Lexington people have no cause for complaint of lack of this class of amusement A dry farming congress has just closed a session at Billings Mont Judging frx m the rapid manner in which Kentucky is going idry that class of farming will soon predomi nate in the Blue Grass state WHEN the votes are counted to night many a poor defeated candi date will think of and agre with the oftrepeated statement of the late Judge Jullian who said Politics Is hell A Los Angeles man willed 500000 to the woman who jilted him There are many men today who would give that amount had wifey jilted him and wa3 now tied up to some other poor n newspapers report a great windstorm at Frankfort last week It did muchdamage but was nothing to compare to the windstorm to visit the city when the Legislature convenes TiiE coming winter will be a hard one says an exchange Well if the weather becomes as hard as are the times goodness help us THE dear voter will now have to change his diet from the glad hand to the marble heart Personals + f Miss Margaret Parrish was in Cincinnati last week Mrs John Gibson has been visiting in Cincinnati DavcR Tevis t f Seattle Wash is here visiting relatives Mr Dan Chcnault leaves this week for Martinsville led Mr R L Gentry Jr returned to Nashville last Thursday Mr C D Miller left yesterday for a business trip to Baltimore Miss Janio George has accepted a position in the Climax office Miss Mary Doty of Lancaster is visiting Miss Margaret Miller J Louis Zaring has returned from arlsit to friends in Shelby ville W U Burton of Lancaster was a visitor here Sunday and Monday Miss Lillian Cobb is In Versailles visiting Mr Charles Alexander Miss Marianne Collins attended the HarrisBurke wedding in Danville Misses Heacox of Lexington are guests of Mrs Elmer Doatbcra e Mrs Waller Bennett and Miss Lucia Burnam were in Cincinnati last week Mr and Mrs James Burnside have been visiting relatives in Bryantsvllle Mr and Mrs J B Willie of Crab Orchardrwero visitors here last week Miss Mary Barrett Smith of Lex- Ington spont Saturday and Sunday here Miss Fannie Willging is the guest of her cousin Miss King in Paint LickMrs R M Robinson of Marcellus Is visiting Mr Frank Robinson and wifeVMr Jim Doathcrage left yesterday localingI oSlturdayIrvineMrs Martin Gentry anti daughter Sallie were visitors in Lexington Saturday Mrs JW Hend ricks of LexIng- ton has been the guest of Mrs A W PrrhikV T Mrs Robt Buroam and Mrs W G White nave been recent visitors In Cincinnati Mrs Did Martin of Conway has bees visiting ker sister Mrs J Caalt VVlr S XcrUk JCefeerly wMlWi I of the Treble Clef Club on last Friday G W Powell and J L Beck of Waco have been visiting in LexingtonMiss who has been visiting rel atives in Bcrca is again at the Gibson Infirmary- Mr J R Nunnelly of the Nnnnel ley Stock yards of Stanford was in town Monday Mr George Phelps gave an elegant stagsupper Friday evening at his suburban home Miss Elva Reeves has returned from an extended visit to relatives in Princeton West Va Mis AnnieSingleton and daughter Misses Mary Kate and Elmer have returned to Lancaster Mrs Mattie Terrill has returned from a visit to her sister Mrs Sue Leavell in Lancaster IMrs Robert Riddell and daughter of Irvine have been visiting Mrs Neale Pcaaett MiSs Belle Bennett has returned from Savanah Ga and is now visiting friends in Lexington BurnilmIE B Hume in Louisville Mrs Bumpus of Hot Springs Arkansas is the guest of her daugh ter Mrs S Neville Mobci Icy Dr and C S Holton Miss lassie Miller and Mrs B L Middelton were visitors in Lexington Thursday Mrs II B Hanger and Miss Julia ThursdayinMrs E C Wioes entertained her Sunday school class Monday night with a delghtfu Halloween party Mrs James Dunlop who has been with Richmond relatives is in Lexing ton visiting friends at Hamilton Col legeMrs Matt tUcker of Nicholasvillc was hero Monday t Eco her father qUiteIIllMr and Mrs Theodore Wilson of Moberley wore in Estill last week to GeorgeFrazier Mrs E F Newcomo who has been visiting her daughter Mrs II H Floyd has returned 1o her home in Lebanon Miss Sue Scrjvner of Winchester spent the week end with her sisters Mrs I G Ballard and Miss Alma Scrivncr Mra Ellen Tevi who Las been visiting relative bete has returned to the home of Mrs E G MuthI t Richland Mo Mr and Mrs Thomas Turpin are receiving congratulations over the arrival of a son who has been chrlst enedN B Jr Marshall Collins U S N who has been vjsiting his parents here at tended the BnrkcHarris wedding in Danville Tuesday Mrs J D Dykesf Mrs H C Rice and Mrs John Dykes of Winchester left Monday for a weekd visit to Mrs Hanley Nippert Mrs Tlomas J Smith attended the National Educational Commission sessions that were held at the Sinton Hotel Cincinnati last week MessrsCharles and Leonard Nave wbcukave H contract hero have returned to their home ip Nicholasvllle to stayuntil after the election Miss Martha W Maupin anti Miss Martha While left last week toaster Philadelphiafora nurse Mrs Hawkins And daughter Miss Grace who have been the guests of Prof and MrsJ Wren Grinstead ElkrNeVysbas reached friends hero of the marrIage onOctobor 17t1of Mr Ben II Stone and Miss Jullailccd at rmC11JItMr Wiggins who has been con firmaryJB i 1i Mrs Ida Haggard an4 daughter Miss Elizabeth Powell oroiark county are guests of relatives hero hav iBg come over for the Dcatherrge Crystal Wedding Mrs Carrie Davidson and Mrs Z T Rice who are vlaitingin the West are having a delightful time They wero guests of honor at a lovely rc ception rcccntlygiven by their rein tives Mrs 5mlth Long atlaragould ArkMr C W Cobb has returned from a prospecting trip to Bovina Texas 3e was delighted with the country and spoke especially of tho fertility of the soil and bright prospects in the section of the Panhandle owned by the Swenson Land Co represented In this city by Freeman Grider Senator J B McCreary came home last week to take advantage of supplemental registration in order that ie might cast his usual straight delI ocratic vote The Senator is located at tho Imperial hotel New York City where ho conducts the affairs as President of the Peace and ArbItra- tion League Ho is always a welcome visitor in his home town Ahappy surprise was given Mrs Margaret Lackey by her children and grandchildren on ast Friday the occasion being her seventysixth birth anniversary Her descendents who are among the citys most esteemed citizens gathered at her residence on Water St early that morning each one having prepared some dainty and tempting dish which would add to tho birthlay dinner As a rcsult no moro delightful menu was ever sarved and the djy was pleasant one for all Mrs Lackey is one ot the most beloved vonen in this seethe honoredand esleemed by all She was Jlhjreciplent c fa gold dollar from each one assembled It you have noticed symptoms of kidney trouble do not delay in taking the most reliable nnd dependable remedy possible subh as ioWilts Kidney and Bladder Pills These wonderful pills are btlne used with great satisfaction by thousands of poaple Try DeWitls Kidney and Bladder Pills today Sold by Perry Thomas nlm Increased Fee Beginning November 1st eveyone who sends a registered package through the Postoffice will nave to pay an additional fee of two cents In order to meet a big deficit of ex iuIcreaages trom eight to tea cents A Public Benefit Richmond People Greatly Interested in the Generous Offer of Perry Thomas Druggists The people haw already demon slrutea that they would rather trust a man who is naturally honest than one who is honest only because he had to be- Perry Thomas have a firmly es tablished reputation for square deal ing and sterling honesty When they told tho people that Rexall Remedies are tho purest and mst dependable medicines that it is possible for mod urn scicnre to produce and that they would tell thoubliesvint each one of thesi 100 or more remedies on their personal guarantee that they would give entire satisfaction or they would not cost tho user a single cent they were believed Ever since this announcement the Perry Thomas Drug store has been larg ly patronized by people buying RcxAll Rained us all of which proves thac this storohas the confidence of the people and that honesty is the best policy There is no cureall1 among the Rexall Remedies There are different and separate medicines each one do vised for a certain human ailment or a class of ailments closely allied For instance Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets are recommended for the positive relief of stomach irritation indigestion itnlency and dyspepsia Theyare rich in BismuthSubnitrate Pepsin Carminatives They are prepared by special processes which perfect and enhance the great remedial value of these wellknown medicinal agents This remedy sells for 25i anti 50o and fl per package Every ore suffering from stomach disorder should try Rexall Dysepsia Tablets inasmuch as they cost nothing if they do not satisfy Remember Perry Thomas Ii the only store in Richmond where these remedies may be obtained and every one in need of medicine is urged to invesllgateaud take advantage of the frank and generous manner in which they are sold When you have a cold the first thing to do is havq the bowels move DJ not take anything that may con stipate and most old fashiontd cough cur sdo constipate Try hen oedya LaAtivo Cough Syrup It drives the cold from the system by a free yet gentle action of the bowels it stops the cough It is pleasant to byPerry Public Sale OFr Batik and Hotel Stock nOill1nlamauction to the Highest bidder on Friday Nov 19 09 Sixty Shares 01 the Capital Sock ot tho Madison National Bank of Itch mond ylnd twelve send oneliuli shares of the Capital Stock of tlie illI8 frpm tin ofsue wlih pnv leu tIpaymh N 163 with fctcuri y iKiuir IIRyot1 to el1nJr rh theCH D RAYVDUENJT ExecutosJonCiJi L t PUBLICSALEl1avIngschdThuztrin of the following property at my place 3 miles from town on the Lancaster piko at 10 a m on TUUQ iOnmDU 199j 10 head of short horn cattle 16 of Which are bulls 6 of horses 2 of these being Wilkes mares the others being 2 Hx hall mires one 2 yearold and Haxball horee 1 two jeir old fitly bv Mahogany J nnd out eta Dr Hooker mare loss gnn quartets in 40 seconds after 3 months handling 1 pair good mules 16 hands hieSi LOG bates of hay 250 barrels of corn A lot household and kitchen furni tare my complete stock of farming implements and other things too nu merous to mention JAMES B WHITE Long Tom Chenault AnaL Pu1k Sale of Stock As administratrix of the estate of A D McKinneyIwiiliiflernt public sale on the premises near Union City at 10 cock am Wednesday Nov JO 1909 The following property The com bined stallion Tour CovinRton Torn Covingloi it a beautiful bUck 4 years old and lisa splendid style and action Ho was sired by old Tom 0 Winston he by Limber Jim ha by Richmond 11am1IJrlno dim PaisDiis Abdul ah 11 I1 bv Atx andriaAt dallbh 15 Torn C vlnctonV Istiluu bv Wootif irrt Squirt PI JrV he by Tom Moberlevd Wood ford Squ rrel lo by Oil Black quirr E8 Weed ford squirrel Jrr 1st dam Jay Iird 1014 the dam of Verdict by Od Pen vincSo JFhe fine jick Noand He is a black jak with points alright 15 lianda hi and good producer He was sited by Hinder he by Cleveland and ont of Bottie Pinks she by liank Mack he by Col Epperson Ceveand is by Turley A Walkers black jack is 17 jacksiiiAlso the fle jack known as the Con gleton Jack description and pedigree ot which will be given on date of sale Terms will be made known on day of gale Mrs Ophelia McKinney Atlniinistratiix At same time andplace I will sell my fine Jack Black Wood Jr Hlrck Wood Jr sired by Johnnie Mc he by Orphan Boy he by Tetters Black byTornKnightsMammoth Wood Jrs 1st dam by Old Black Wood be bv Liberty be by Butler lie Jjv John if Pftvnotts Imtu Napoleon- It W T OLDS Stray SteerI1 Pale red steer weight about 550 came to my place on October court dV Oynercan have game by prov tug property and paying charges JEtubry Park 4t R F D No 8 Commissioners Sale Annie Allen Plaintiff neainst CT Allen Defendant Notice of Sale in Fquity By virtue of a judgment anti order of sale the Madison Court ren lerldat the uctober term thereof WOO in tile above styled cause the undersigned will on Saturday Nov 2009 oelwe on the hours of 10 oclock a rn ard 11 oclock mon the prpmises In Richmond Kentucky proceed to ex pose to publicsale to hestnnd best bIdder follwoiiig described property viz Lots 24 and 25Vin Bronston Addition to the city of Richmond Kr fronting 100 feet on Mobt rley avenue anti running back 130 feet in panallel lines There is a good house on lot and occupied by good tenants Said houses will be sold separately and then as a whole Terms Sale will ba made otu credit of six months purchaser if he desires may pay c sh The purchaser will bi to give bond with secntitylor the payment of the purchase monej to have force eflect of a judgment bearing legal In teiest from dav of I with a lion reserved upon said property until all the purchrsa money h paid T H COLLINS M O M C C Commissioners Sale James G Onizsci opUffagainst SW Hoover 3 Dfls Notice of Sale in Fq thy By victu of a judgment and order of sale cf the Malison Circuit Jjurr rn tie ed at the October term thereof 1903 II the above syled cauEe the under pinned will o- nTuesday Nov 23 t09 between the hours of 10 oclock a m and 12 oclock m on the premises of acre tract proceed to expose to public sale to the highest and best bidder the following described property viz Three Tracts of Land Tract No 1 containing 14 9 10 acres Tract No 2 containing 28 acres Trjici No3 containing 63 acres all of said tracts located on watered Tales Creek Etch rf said tracts will bo sold separ ately and boundaries will be furnished on day of sal- eTerrntiale will be made on a credit of six and twelve months The pur chaser will be required to give bond with approved socuiily fur the pay ment ol the purchase money to have judgmentbearitiwith a lien reserved upon said proper ty utitil all the purchase money is paid T H COLLINS M C M C C L IIEADQJJARTERS FOR AdferQOMidRcoflies i1 1 Now abotlt your VFaIISujt t andOvercoat r the assortment is complete is the time to Nowwhile needs We have received a wonderful assortment various fashions in ADLERS COL LEGIAN CLOTHESand well show you some ARTISTIC garments at REASONABLE PRICES if you will oblige us witha call This store has built up a reputation for RELIA BLE DEALINGS and you can ALWAYS depend upon it that anything you bUT here is worth every cent we charge The nexf time you are in our neighborhood let us show you a few ofienew Suits and OvercoatsV Jf S Staiziicr 218 W Main St Phone 675 Clothing Shoes Mens Furnishing Texas LandsInlbo ran Handle of Texas are now offered by the Svensou Lan CJvIo purchasers in lots Front 8Xto 10000 acres at f12 to VLQV pciif locatnittiV the Santa Fe Railroad noar Bovlna Tots land Is a- VdeepvIrgin alI almost perfectly level fine rbadi god Climate n malaria ot mosquitoesV PrIvaio cars leave tot en the nric nib ofthis month with lo r ratajoclbe acctmmg itiompf prospeotire piirchaseiV wisbibj to matecloe invest lion of this property For full Informs Itlnad IllqsUatc4J rnln1c sec or write Jo IDERII TJpJS VVV at sat Ia ti 7 VnVVVVVj VV I TERMS CASH BROKERS leplarlrice FALL SURPRISE A SURPRISING WINNER A Mighty Movement In Merchandising Prices are more eloquent than words Much talk is unnecessary where V A U E SVAre so is believing We invite you to see Knowing is proof positive We ask you to know Convince yourself by the following quotations from cpartmentsV FURNITURE DEPARTMENT ODD DRESSERS AND CUIFFONIERSV Mahogany Dressers regular pricp 130 Fall Surprise Price 2250 Mahogany Chiffonier to match regular price f28 Fall Surprise Price 1850 Mahogany Dresser regular price 1 28 Fall Surprise Price 1950 Mahogany Chiffonier to match regular pricef27 Fall Surprise Price 1850 Mahogany Dresser Pattern Mirror Serpen tine Front regular pJIce f24 Fall Surprise Price 1650 Chiffonier Cathedral Mirror reg ular prce 30 tall Surprise Price 1850 Mahogany Chiffonier Pattern Mirror regular price t30 Fall Surprise Price 1850 Golden Oak Fumed Oak and Early 1n lish Tabourettes from 25c to 125 RUG DEPARTMENTV 9x12 Axminster regular price t25 jell Surprise PrCo f1500 9x12 Seamless Axmloster Velvets regular price 27 50 Fall Surprise 1850 t 9x12 Seamless Tapestry Brussels regular price t20 Fall SurprJse Price 1500 85x10 6 Seamed Axminster regular prJce 2250 Fall Surprise Price 1C CO 83x10 6 Seamed Tapestry Brussels regular price 1250 Fall Surprise Price 700 9x12 Arabian Art Carpets regular price 13 50 Fall Surprise Price 1000 9xl2 Ingrain Art Squares regular price f9 Fall Surprise Price 650 9x12 Fibre Rugs regular price t1250 Fall Surprise Price 900 Brower CoVAND For Rent Office of two room on ground floor in Sehilegel building Also one good stable could be used for work shop Ill one No 9 Good reliable men and women as agents Pay good salaries pr commis sion Call at once Miller House 356 West Main To a bigger business is the supplying of that better character of laundry that- isTlawlessboth as to quality of work delivery charges etc That we are on the safe course is proven by the con tinual increase in our pationage of the exacting critical public that is never satisfied with secondary work Are you a customer of ours Office 103 Main Street City Laundry Hugh Tevis Manager 40000 If Ckarged L evident Seeing reading different Mahogany Wanted DRAPERY DEPARTMENT- A Variety of Novelties just opened Ex perienced Drapers to do the work 50 inch Scotch Colored Madras regular price 50c Fall Surprise Price 40 50 inch Scotch Colored ftiadras regular price fl IaIl Surprise Price 70 50 Inch Scotch Colored Madras regular price H35 Fall Surprise Price 110 52 inch Scotch Cream Madras regular price GOc Fall Surprise Price 45 50 inch Fancy Nets regular prco 30c Fall Surprise Price 20 50 inch Fancy Nets regular price l Fall Surprise Price 75 50 inch Oriental Stripe regular price 80c Full Surprise Price 65 50 inch Plain Monks Cloth regular price Fall Surprise Price85ART DEPARTMENT Contains many things of beauty and interest Early English Prints by Romney Gainsboroughand Reynolds in Frames of the Eighteenth Century Water Colors by Paul Sawyier You are cordially invited to visit this department and see for yourself its many attractive features C FMAIN BROADWAY LEXINGTON KENTUCKY publicthe Normal F Madison Count- yHardware Co i IS HEADQUARTERS FOR t Cooking and Heating Stoves t Farming Implements and Hardware of All Kinds GIVE THEM AALL-L J CONTESTANTS CONTESTGREAT FREE VOTE OFFER 1 000 Extra Free Votes For Every Dol lar Turned in on Subscriptions by Five Oclock SATURDAY NOVEMBER 6 IIVVIAVNO FR v EEContestanxs shoulcltake voteVeK isyebrlurmg the next few weeks Take advantage ot tbe very get in your suJscriptionsnot later au SatutdJNovember6UJ above and tHe ClimaxL Printing Companj NTi iH 1- L 1 t Oldest Established Clothing and Tailoring House in Richmond Golden 5 Flora The Monument dealers have added to their business which will enable them to do better work than ever before They hive a large assortment of Granite and Marble and invite their friends to calla d inspect their stock and wrk Satisfaction guaranteed Golden Flora uuu HI iiitiuB ot buuie vtuncr lady you would like to see Ret n 150 piano rite Climax Notice Having purchased the Coal and Feed business of Mr J Ballard on Aspen ave we use this method to invite out friends and the public for a share of their patronage We handle the celebrated Rich Mountain Jellico Coal which we guarantee to give perfect satisfaction Give us a trial order and get acquainted with our Coaland method of doing business S H1 Tlorps I Qn WALL PAPER We have added to our busi ness a Hue of Wall Paper conj sisting of the j Latest and Most Tip ToDate Patterns from 5ats a bolt up We are practical in this line of work and will be pleased to have you call and get our prices Estimates furnishedfor any sort of interior decorations B Juett Son Phone 449 145 First st F J1 Yeager TIlE UlTO DA- TEJEWELER Second Street opp Court House Large and complete stock ol Watchest Clocks Diamonds Jewelry Silverware Eyeglasses Wo call especial attention to our facilities for repairing All work done promptly and fully guaranteed S rWe are Receiving the Choicest Lot of Fruit The best CannedGoods and the choi It cest brands ot Fancy Groceries We C 1make it a point to combine quality tf Queens are Wooden Granite and Willow Ware SWLL McKINNEY GROCERSc c Telephone 223 y Dont pet the idea into your mind that all yards sell the goods at the same prices Theres ol wars one yard that leads is better stocked and closer pncftl 5chiiiI all others especiallyin Ltthiber ind uilding Material jiiiMNiiu iiiiiiMiiiiMiutiiiiuiiiiiiiiii Come in UudiletusconviiK 3fiu tin oil rs is tnat yard yolir perplexitibsxV511 end and yoiirwaits be satisfactorliy tilled As uneTk1xYrirnent isnt it worth trying O ED BLANTON COMPANY Tlphon 45Ih 11 b 0 l- iSti1I ng Clothes ARE THE BEST CLOTHES Bench Tailored Ready to Wear Guaranteed not to Shrink or Fade 50 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 Style Hatsanu Furnishing Goods Suit Cases Trunks Umbrellas etc at lowest prices for high class goods JaBa Stouffer PNEUMATICTOOL Evaporated AJIIIItLIIDII Entries To Date ladiesIavocontest As each young lady starts theirfriendsarogoing tho race promises to wax warm lo the finish Each starts with equal showing Piers remember that every one bringitij as icuch as ten dollars hi cash to tho nflico by Saturday afternoon goldJewolryboxthe number of votes omitted to It is not tro late lo add oilier names to send in any you wish MoberlyOhio Annie O ckrill Waco Katie Pitman Waco Addie Mellon College Hill Stella Wilson Waco MoberlyLucyTharpe Xannia Whorton Valley View Olantha IJreasler Valley Vew Eloise Million eby Slary Tudor Nowl y Sallie JJ Paiish Silver Creek Lula Wheeler KIrksviIle Madrne Farria Silver Creek Marietta Jones It F D2 Itichmond Olara Gibson R F D 2 llichmoud Hallie Coy Kirkavillo Margaret Curry White Hall Hattie Moberly Rnthfrn Elizabeth Farris R JIouso Mary Hamm Unlliton Lucy Williams Ruthton Martha King Cottonburj Nora Cruse It F D 1 Richmond Bertha Lear Ruth tou May X bprs Ruthton Ethel Garrett R F I I Kichmoud Annlo Christopher ltFD4 Richmond Nora Davis Reel House Anah Asbill R F D 4 Richmond Efflc Northcutt Valley View MipgloKads Union C ly Mary Thomas Laura Dozier Clcva Uiitin Mary J1lUkP Lucy Jojca Mary H Shearrer Irene McKinney iJrace Dalton Red house Mary Wells Doylersville G acp Wagers Berea IN UICHMOXp Margaret Phclps Anne Bennett Ioliau s Bessie Parks- Catherine Sott Mattie PigK Duncan Foster Kufsell JStoufTar Mary Cjloa- Zilah Oliver PublicSale Having sold my farm I will sell on the premises 5 miles until of Richmond near Calcast to tho brgbesi and best bidder bcgiunSn at 10 a- In o- nThursday November 18 09 the following property 4 extra work muler Oyearpl mare and role No I cow j shoals 800 barrels of No I white curls 40 tonHoftiuutliy lIar 10 tons of al ails 3 large ricks of straw 1 liujjgj and harness 1425 pounds Zi itign patent farming implements of all kinds household and kitchen fnriitnrr consisting uf some jf tho uhlost styli mahogany antI walnut furniture in existence I have 15 000 to loan on easy term Terms mado known on day of sale MB WHITE Route 2 lox 63 Richmond Ky PUBLIC SALE I will offer for on my premises 5 miles west of Richmond culfao Tales Creek pike at 10 clock Saturday Nov 6 1909 ibofollowinp stock el pne citrs good famil v horsp 8 Jf ars olil per fcctij safe for 5113 Ollto drive or ride cxtra goad bay mars one Rood family maiTi3 year old jick caning jtck 8 J arlcl j lilt in foal lo Roy N polon 2 yuar c11 jtHQeiJo yearoM ixtra good pffcr 2tijnnd u IW riZ nxt171 1ood mih II coio 10 ra i l JuUK 41 sbp8t Height about 50 nnnrfi itont 1lolisarr4s of corn attn o llitAJl or every ducrIitin set ti floHbir hsrnns ravVzVr yand bar nerjiyand tun cies Terns iaade known v i liMY uf Sate W H TUDOR oent MtMFp tj M IJI tthPnrdou in order to be present at the exertion of Tropniau in January 1875 siifut the night before with La toque tp the prison director In lila description lie 8a ftdaybreak the jjunsts went out upon the cold bleak execution plnce wli 5re the guillotine had already been erected The bedraggled crowd whlcli bad spent the nIght in drinking IIlucrs snug ribald songs and from lime to time shouted for Delbler the executioner who meanwhile was explaining the meeban lam The basket In which the head was to drop was brought and while looking atlt 1 was horrified to see the lid arise and a human form emerge Dont worry said Dclblcr with a smile that is only uiy wife who wanted to see the execution and f chose the simplest way to secure a mel1ceuJIo1WEmileHID In his capacity as a Journalist nnd describing how the culprit was dragged to the machine strapped upon the plank and there tortured by await fng the pleasure of Delbler till the knife finally ended it nil said that the horror of it made him sick Why Blinds Were Drawn The Edinburgh landlady of the soy byherblinds drawn closely down on the Sab trodltlonsceoturyhadon Sunday Mr Thompson In his Weavers Crafl gives It Some times the minister himself he wrote when he got n colleague to preach for him would make the rounds accom panted by an elder to spy with his own eyes the sills of tlw absentees Here one man Is found romping with is bairns another as the minister peeped through the window was de tected kissing his wife two men were found drinking ale and one was found goIngtoeating a hearty dinner All were pull ed up before the session of the kirk and repentance forced upon each London Standard Bread and Cheese A couple advanced in years got mar ried lately The husbacd had a room in the house securely locked the inside of which his wife had never seen and being curious otIIs contents she begged again and again to see the room At last he consented and lo and be hold the room was full of whole cheeses lie explained matters by telling her that for every sweetheart be bad In his young days he bought n cheese Ills wife began to cry Dont cry dear he said Ive had 110 sweethearts since I met you Its not that she replied still sob binghI only wish 1 had been ns thoughtful as you and bought n loaf or bread for every man that kissed UK We could have lout bread anti cheese enough to last us all our daysLon don TilHits Trouble For Creditors Even the simplest law trinsqetlons seem to be beyond the coiuprehenslon of sonic people Au old farmer Went Into a grocers shop a short time agi ordered a sovereigns worth of goods and when they were ready for deliv cry laid down n five shilling piece in payment thereof The shopkeeper called out Here this Isnt right as the customer start ed to leaveSOh yes thats all right replied the tRial Ive got permission front the judge to IKIV 5 shillings In the pound A heated dlscusslou revealed that the man had lately settled an insol vency upon this basis and expected to continue that method Indefinitely When he was shown his mistake he was very indignant and evidently con sidered himself a much abused man Louden Globe She Wasnt Superstitious Mary Miry cried Mrs lolinson to her maid what shall I do Ive Just had n most dreadful accident end dont know whats going to happen Ive broken my new hand glass and you know bow unlucky it is to break a looking glass It means seven years unhappiness Lor mum replied Mary dont you set no hoed on that Look at me The Sneeze There exists an ancient somlmctllttil statement which tells us that tut suwze Is healthy and should not be suppressed It Is one of those stock sayings which are always uttered by laymen on the vague authority of sonic traditional doctor whose name Is suppressed In favor of the adjective eminent It Is one of the things about which you mentally pledge your self to ask your own doctor but when It comes to the point never do Either you do not get tile opportunity or if a chalice does present Itself an Inner voice seems to warn you to let it be until some future occasion To our owu mba the odds are that sueez lug is n wholesome habit for It Is an unpleasant one Of course there are people who can sneeze and not look ridiculous but they are few Any one caught In the net of trying to suppress a sneeze is a terrible addition to the landscape and If you want to Sneeze audcnuuot what gargoyle could hold a candle to you That hideously con toned face that quivering mouth and that deflected nostril why your ann tcnancc Is something worth liiiiHliiij two cathedrals round It is as though some mad potter were gripping your facial clay and wrenching It this way fluid that to amuse his frenzied humor Have you ever heard a succession of luilf a dozvii sneezes It Is an ex perience that has an extraordinarily Ir ritating effect London Globe James Hunley Will buy or sell your bouse farm town lots or anv thing linejAnyhim will be promptly and carefully attended to See him if his services are need ed Vih TAB A ro ch r WiAUr Jailifs naturally urn their atten lou to ueeilltt work the long winter eveinza are Weal fur rtoioK fanuv work AJs Eva nitellllplJilp omllt 4Jgiijt let plm lit vrlacl at a iv 111115 to flSiW h illIpattern Many lullII1C1r1- 1l 1lIIbrujihrMllluJals Miss Eva Rob rs71rt 1stSiii 1 CSit at a table of 13 persons on Friday the 13th of the month CLet a black cat cross your path Break a mirror 4LWalk under a ladder C And bad luckwont touch your business if you advertise in this paper Trade ads know no super stition CIf you have goods to sell let the ad do it Copyright lSWb7 W NC EXTRA MONEY FOR SOLDIERS Many Ways by Which Those Who Wear Uncle Sams Uniform Can Earn Dollars There are many ways for enlisted men In the army to earn side mlney according to Col J H Thomson Of Now York formerly of tho United States army There are any number of opportunities for our Philippine Gal dlers to make a little money on the sIdeSA good tailor or barber may rea sonably expect to be kept busy contin ually continued Col Thomson and an industrious man may gain from these trades from 75 to 100 a month extra money A good musician who can play any band instrument wilt re celve 24 a month as a private and if he can qualify as a soloist will be ranked as a noncommissioned officer with increased pay Many and varied are the ways the ambitious soldier Invents to earn extra money One soldier runs a laundry charging his 15 fpatrons 150 a month for all the laundry they wish to send in He pays three soldiers 30 a month each to help him and clears over 100 a month himself Another soldier tutors dozens of his comrades in reading spelling and arithmetic for three dollars a month each Buying canteen checks at 75 per cent is the business of another soldier These checks tire loaned out at their face value to be paid for In cash on pay day Twenty per cent Is tbe Increase Ini pay for service in Alaska the Philip pines or any forelgncountry such service counts double time on the soV diets retirement record At the end of 30 years service in the States ot 15 years In foreign countries tho sol dier may retire on threequarters pay LITTLE GARDEN A BLESSING Small patch of Green In Heart of flew York a Grateful Sight to Weary Eyes The little patch of lawn that lIes In front of the entrance to Grace church and the rectory comforts and refreshes many a wayfarer weary of the tIresOme rows of business build- Ings that line Broadway unbrokenly from City Hall park to Tenth street says the New York Sun Dally from tho first hint of spring to the time when winter sets in for good men and women and children stop for a moment and look with grateful eyes on this grass with its hint of quiet and comfort and peace The church owns the property on the corner of Tenth and Broadway and here it is to plant a garden The land Is very valuable It might be used to business profit and no person would criticise the church adversely If the lot were de voted to a building from which profit could be drawn But the whole com munity will applaud the decision that will make It into a resting spot even should it turn out as well may be that the general public must be ex eluded from It It will be green and fresh and pleasant There will bo shrubs and flowers and the smell of the earth tblngs worth while even In Broadway The rector wardens and vestry of Grace church show that they possess Imagination and are not afraid to display that too often smoth ered quality Tho little garden to their church willbe a blessing to the whole city Modern Farming Sergt Sharp of tho Germantown police tells or an oldfashioned farm er he met during a recent trip through Tioga county Sharp Is something of a farmer him self aifd is interested In anything connected with farms Driving from one town to another he stopped for a glass of milk and talked shop with his host He had passed several prosperous looking farms on the way and noticed several motor cars owned by the farmers He asked his host when he was going to get one of tha whiz wagons None of them there things for me the farmer answered By heck taint so many years ago that the farmers put their horses In tho barn Now they put their hay in the garage bgosh Philadelphia Times Field for Women Lawyers- It Is said that a large majority of tho women lawyers of the United States are earning comfortable IIv ings in otjier ranches of the profession than active practice One broad ibid in which many of them find em ployment Is in analyzing digesting and classifying tho decisions of the federal and state courts which have been handed down during the ten years ended with 190C Law publish ing houses give larga salaries to capable women for this work Another Held which it is said Is steadily broadening is in the offices of large corporations Hero more and more preparingbriefs ir SS 2Manblamed Eorry to hear that Squlgley went brpkOfon wheat lIes a fine fel IQW taking himby and large and Nan with the Bulbous NoseYea but Jt wuhls lfliyin large that broke him A Wide Divergence What is the dIe nce lie- twccntpP1terualshingle and a su- nbrnaro Punnj Lsurposeit is ttat one tans tha hide whIIe IhG other hides the tan TRADE MOAL lntrqducLg tho buyr to the msrchanl is tho pufp w accompforwi by our 1IIVmnIt TJt In iI aJb Jj DIAGNOSIS EASY TO SURGEON Certain jiHllcattons That Proved Con cltttlvely the Nature ef Subjects Occupation And BOW gentlemen said the eel ebrated surgeon to the assembled class we come to the whatlsIt First observe the hands They are crumpled like old washboards Every finger has been broken from two to four times and the thumbs have been driven back and pulled out again There is no joint that has not been enlarged by 300 per cent The wrists as you will observe hav0 lost their flexibility and are now as stiff as those of a wooden Indian while the elbows are merely flat bones and no longer have any give to them Observe that one shoulder lops and the other hunches up At least a dozen ot the natural teeth have been knocked out at some time A superficial examination shows that three ribs oil the right side and two on the left have been broken and knit again The hip bones no longer play easily in their sockets and in walking the knees must be lifted like those of a horse having what is called springhalt The feet have become sprayed the toes driven back and the subject toes in when he walksLastly I direct your attention to his spinal column It is not only a full inch out of plumb but appears to have tied Itself into knots at regular intervals The owner of it could curl up in a barrel without the slightest Inconvenience Judging from what you have seen and I have said what would you say brought the man to his present state None of you can possibly guess and so I will reply to my own query by saying that be was a baseball player for two seasons New Orleans Picayune- NOTALTOGETHER A SURPRISE Si Had Been Sorter Suspectln the Presence of White Rabbits In His Whiskers SI Perkins had never been sur prlsed In all his life When It snowed in the latter part of April he allowed hed sorter felt it In the air for some time when Tedge Abbotts barn burned SI thought it was about tune and when the town hall was struck by lightning ho merely shrugged Jiis shoulders and said hed told em that them llghtnin rods wasnt any account when they were first talkln cf puttin em up Mrs Perkins had just about given up hope of ever exciting her husbands won tier when a friend told her of a mar velous conjurer who was showing at a variety theater in Boston She took SL When the conjurer called for a vol unteer from the audience Mrs Per kiss urged her husband to go up on the stage He did She watched expectantly as the professor extracted a fivedollar gold piece from Sis ear passed a watch through his back and extracted yards of ticker tape from his shoes Si looked bored Finally the conjurer began to coax Sis beard and to the amazement of the specta tors out hopped three little whlto rabbits Val said Mrs Perkins triumph antly when Si resumed his seat I guess that surprised ye some didnt It SI seemed almost surprised that she should think so Why no he final ly drawled I didnt like to say noth In about It but Ive been sorter sus pnctfn that them rabbits wus thar fop some tfmcv Everybody Mnga zinc A Painting 69 Feet Long The very biggest picture of this years salon of the Societe NaUonale des BeauxArts Is so long that two yards of the canvas could not be unrolled through want of space As It Iswc are able to see 22 good yards of a painting which Is to encase the great staircase of the Fine Arts museum of Nantes It very properly represents the threshing of grain in Brit tany It will form a pendant to a procession sccne Mystic Brittany painted some years ago for the same building by the same artist Hippolyte Berteaux It Is a wholesale panorama of the country round Brownings Croisic From a Paris Letter to the New York Evening Post 4 Nerve A young married couple of Baltl more were exchanging some rather caustic remarks touching their respec tire expenditures when the wife ex claimedWell Tom of all the nerve The Idea of you objecting to my bills Why as you know father pays them all Thats just it retorted Tom How can I have the audacity to ask him to meet any of mine when youre touching him up all the tlmeIIarpers Weekly A Cruel Awakening Miss Oldglrl Tliat rich young Mr Cashit was so infatuated with me that I had hard work to convince him I could not marry him Miss PertHow lucky for yourself you succeededSMiss Oldglrl For myself Miss Pert Yes the laws now are so severe about kidnaping Quality Til tell you young man what Is the Ttattcr with you You smoke too muchWhy doctor I dont smoke anymore than you do I know it but you smoke worse Liver Trouble Remedy Free Any intelligent person can be his oflivernot be mistaken If the white of the eye becomes yellowish if the skin bee comes sallow if pimples and blotches appear if the bowels do not move if you have sick headache jf you are yourliver yetIs Pepsin the great herb laxative compound laxativethe Pow of gastric Juke thereby soon naturlzillircan bo bought of any druggist for 50 singlebottleFor exam le John W Lee 619 g Penn sylvania ave In hail astubborn and very longstanding case oC blotcMehundleeFllnchunv Jackson Ky says the same IntheEoncy as you can never teM when aee geo4Ltxatlve sifrerpersonalexperseitcct bottle If you will S9o4 leer some wlitiIIMiwbow pee itwortts It wBt start you OB the cure el- your trouble and convince you that yaw thelobjeotettheeend for It today If there is anytung about 3OUIallmenttMt7ou dont or If jrwt wa tpny medical advice vtte to the doctor sad Jsewil- lanawerlol futly TIMN kl aiQifJIltTuc = JL Sul iirlVA ATTOaNaYATLA- x3HMOND KENTUCKY opeIODr Robt C Boggs Dentist Telephone 267 Office In Oldham Building DrC4H Mainhart Graduate McKlllipp Veterlnii Cx liege ot Chicago Ill Veterinary Surgeon CALLS ANSWERED PROMPTLY Office at Viugtn Samuels Stable Telephone 99 B1CHMOND KY J G BOSLEY Physician and SurgeonO- ffice over StanlferSopers Rooms 2 und 3 Main Street RICHMOND Office Phone 293 Res Phone 210 O DM OHENAULT ATTORNEYS AT LAW rICHMOND KZNTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen alts grocery R Emmett Million Successor to Burgio lien- nyDENTIST Over State Dana Trust Company TRJEP ONE 2S6 Dr F S Smithi DENTIST Hobson Building PHONE 205 Harry M Blantonj IjarODce to Dr Hobson Dentist f McKee Block k Carriage WDrk B M LACKEY Prop Carriages Runabouts Buggies Road Wagons Surreys Carts We handle the best brands or the market and sell them oil an absolute guarantee of satisfaction Prices Always Lowest For Rent Eight offices in the McKee Mock Seam heat water and janitor service Splendid location and very desirable Possessiou at once Also tho store room on Main stree occupied by CJarles Pigg Apply once RJ McKeS With ZaringTs P tent Flour a good baker becomes even better And even an inexperienced one can ge Eatisfactory results If the girl doran turn out Rood biscuits bread or cakf dont blame her at once It may b the flour Order a sack of ZarinpV Patent today otid noto the results Il dollars to doughnuts she will do bettei with Zirings Patent Flour wrnrCream Vermifu THE GURANTr M 0r R EQI THE CHIIJRo Sold by Perry Thomas It is always cheapest in the long run to Islet the best We do the very best Conceeie Work Give us your order and you will be well pleased and thoro ly satisfied R K Qtone flI r TODD I SON f Contractors and Builders f Estimates furnished on shgrb notice on buildings ofI all kind We also havealarge and complete s of ockl Mantles Grates and Til- ingTODDSON i 1 The Burton Water System Water Works For Country Homes Br our Pneumatic Water System water is forced anywhere in house stable or yard for all domestic par E poses and for fire protection Cool water in summer f j and ice water need not be supplied to stock in winter Tank underiround no freezing or bursting of pipes fJ Entirely automatic in action Air pressure Generated jby hand pump windmill or engine Sold on 30 DAYS TRIAL Awarded two medals and two diplomas at SI Louis Woilds Fair Hundreds of our individual water M works plants are in use We have many letters from TI these satisfied users and have published about nfty of them in book form It makes a book or strone personal opinions a copy free Costs J7500 and up according to requirements Write for full par UCUlirl C A BURTON WA ERSULYr CO1P Y I A A Kansas Mo City I The letCFt beet and chcnncH plant for etorjoc water unucr piesrurc nlwnyn reliable sure nmlfafc Can be put In bv yourself anti operated by hiintl motor trjolire crtirewini nillnndls- II e latest nil Lest watcrrurply rietc in 1 hit tyftm Is IrTeol for h nrp rrrntiy iiiircp hitnilrn rtcch coil riri lcrtoprcltooiiy piece condition or position These systems are the very 1cst If you wont to lit up you rlnce modern and have nil the latest improvements Splendid for lire protect your property Get a Burton System on your place and have baths and all the comforts of a city home The ost is slight the ben ts great Thij cut shonsn cistern an hand pump Sold Br Richmond Motors Plumbing Coin any Incorporated = CVTliIs cut shows a well with hand pump rRepeating Shotguns I UNDORSED by the u s 04 nance Board The choice of over 450000 Sportsmen Used by Charles G Spencer who led all other trap shooters in 1908 with j the unprecedented record of 967 fy for 11175 targctsjcnd by five out of the first eight men for the year Winchester Shotguns arc safe sure strongand simple they are I THE REPEATERS THAT OUTSHOOT ALL OTHERS ij Its Building Time If you intend to erect a house storehouse barn or other buildinps I will be glad rr make drawings andsubmit price on your work Repair work neatly and promptly done First class work guaranteed Get my estimate before making contracts for anything in the carpenters line r J t f f of f JEFFSIONERICHMOND KY I A Good Stove Saves HEAT v f A Defective One Wastes It I Hence we handle only the very best stoves that we know are reliable We Sell the Wonder Heofipg Stove AND THE i Model Ckitg-i Stove Sold Under an Abspkite Guarantee Taylor Oldham MLitg HudWMt Mf c l c1 1 =c I iC = I f r Important Announcement I In order to close out quickly we offer allj Spring and Summer Goods At o st nn cas hitiC We will not carry over anything and to move thgm out have slashed prices right and left Here is a chance to get the best bargains eyeroffeied Come early and get tirst caoice We are now rcc iviijg oui 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 thpm lower than you can find the same qaality elsewhere J ILWalker m cuRaCOUGHS COWS COUGil BRONCHI TIS SORE THROAT HOARSENESS ETC a rhhI ThEE SIZES 2Sc 50c AND OLOO BALLARD SI OW LINIMENT CO ST LOUIS MO ISclcJenc Rocosnmondocl fcyES SSS i PERRY THOMAS I l l George Engftsh J1 PLUMBING 1Doctor for i 1 Gas and Gasoline Engines WorksjII 210 Eo Main Street 619 I l RICHMOND IENTUCKYf l o+ v Freeman Grid rfR tl Ktfate Fire Life Aecitlent ana Liability I t gIIf yoTiwaut to sell your prpperty4isfcit with If you want krinstreit see them Offico over Perrv Thomas DrugStore GLOBE AIRTIGHT HOT BLAST t rtL WHOOPIKG Phone Burns SLACKor SOFT COAL Smoke or Soot Heats Double the Space Heated by any other Stove with half the fuel Clean Neat Economical The kind to buy for setvice A Money Saver for People who want a Good Stove at au Honest Price See itin operation You will like it = cr TSOL EXCLUSIVELY BY W Da Buckley 1Cth tor MAIN STREET RICHMOND KY Furs Hides Irort I pay the market price for Eurs Hides Iron Rags Etc If you cannot bring them write cr telephone and I will canvWIDETELEPHONE 303 203 Estill Avenue RICmiOND KY b of Without M FRBSM OVSTERSLp GOOD MJAI S COLD DRINKS EVESVTIIUCG GOOD TO EAT ALTHOURS RICCIS NEW RESTAURANT Fancy Groceries Fruits Candies Cigars Tobacco RICHMONDK- YFR i It11i SL bYSTER Tifc Richmond Cliinax rasutoffi atsl IT THE CLIMAX PUNTINGCO Incorporated A D MILLER Prcst and Mgr LOUIS LANDRAM Editor Vernier tf KEIMCKtVHCSS a4 DISTRICJ FUBUSIVRS 1 cBICE lOOPER YEAR IS ADVANCE WEDNESDAY NOV 3 1909 Exaggerated Cruelty s A well known gentleman took horse exercise dally uciompanlcd by a wag nifinnt bloodhound until he cmicelvot Jln enthusiasm for cycling when tie ulluntl the iirbgnim by Iraviug tile bloodhound at home and taking as Ills companion a hue dachshund rill pair were passing through a village recently when a laborlugyouth- renuirIci1to his 1at If Ol wor proluie minister Old put a stop ler IliN ere bicyciin business iiyr iueried the othir- Cos itrowltcf bo stopped If only for fit sake o that dog as is apuSm1 nlong behind theer rejoined the first Kpoakor Jtdlllt spurt Its cruelty to hnnlujals Ills coinpnnlon disagreed and said lie tliuught the dog benefited by the pxorrjse Exercise retorted the other scorn fully Dye call that exercise You never saw that dog afore Ms master starlixl blkln dill ycr- No I didnt Yell said the e wor one oth llnest lIloolhouiJlls you Irer clap ppd heyiS on an woCs e now Is bodys dwindled away to nowt while Is logs Is worn clean dart fo th stumps 01 repeat Its cruelty ter ban Iinals Loudou Bystander Got His Moneys Worth A lady palmist was recently prose cuted mid an amusing incident was noted in connection with the case One of the witnesses called by the police was an individual who did not appear to be overburdened with Intelligence During a smart cross examination de fendants counsel asked him On tlrst golnj Into the room did ycu pay a shilling fee to tho defend nut Yeswns the reply What did she tell you inreturn for the moneys Ob said the witness she towld me lots 0 things some on cm true Bsmc on cm true tin some un cm less yiovrf continued the counsel after the laughter hall died away tills Is the pllillt wish to get at Was there tRY attempt at imposition Did you lady Import upon ymi at nllV Oh dear nor was the response I known It wor nil gammon so there muldiit bt no Imposition Besides It wor a bad HhlUIn ia I guy tier to start witbTV London TltBlU Marriaga In Picardy A Plainly custom founded on broad basis of comuion Iinl wcll as the Idtil of cuiuiUete iirturrslilp is hilt which JlUIIIII new hride through a kind of lsainliint fun In tto trade of her niKbaiid It may of course lnive bo ome somethijig of a burlesqiie and the brUte mnv purpo ely show less tJex erity than she uwd Still the consid iTftfpn nf fb 5wlfif Sn helpmate Is eryclcwrly shuwn In the performance I f the vimng wifes husband be5i fnnn er sin will he asked to harness a horse nil cart nud to harrow a small ilece of land If her choice tins fallen Oil liP ironworker she must hammer a ilece of iron If on a miller she must nlnsure out wheat from a basket at the church door if on a smith she Is supposed to be able to strike the anvil If on a sailor she tins to clean and mend some netting and so on with the other occupations Evidently the keep ng of an idle wife Is not understood I- nIlcardyT Ps London Weekly Whale andElephant Meat There Is something unpleasant about the thought ofcatiug whale meat but It Is said that the reality Is very pala table Japan has quite a trade In aimed and salted whale meat and there is to be n campaign to educate the European peoples to like it Some whaling companies have distributed from their headquarters samples of canned whale meat and those who have eaten it describe It as tenderer than beef and touch like it In taste Whale steak seems no queerer than Frankfort sausage made out of an ele pLiant which is what some German eopje have been eating An enterprising butcher over there hearing that an unruly elephant in the Ghent zoological gardens was to be killed engaged the carcass He made 3800 pounds of sausage out of it and sold every pound at good prices Friends Dear friends said the philosopher are scarce ileuia in this world They ure too few to be counted What dye call a friend ho was asked A friend he repUldOis one who would lend you money if you wanted It and to whom you would lend money if you had itNCW York Times Mr Mannings Grudge Mrs Manning Do you think It Is right to let that Greyson fellow keep company with our Martha Mr Man nlngro I cant say that It Js Young Greyson Is a nice chap but Ive a grudge against his father and I dont care If Ihc son has to suffer for It Exchange An Alibi Examiner What Is an alibi Can inflate For the Bar An alibi Is commit tlngn crime lu one place when you are In another place If you can be In two other places the alibi Is all tIm strong or In law Puck Knew Him Yes Im anxious to get my daugli tel off my hands Ill admIt Then why dont you let her marry ne What good would that doClcveI- nnd Leadeh Who would not have feet set on his iiecl let him not stoop Italian Prey orb The Richmond Steam Laund at your service Call or flag 52 Wr 0 V rt Ct r- JRiggs Pure Apple Vinegar l m For Sale Hsdiant IIouso Heater ood jis new lf r r KoyC White J Taken Up As Estray cTtro black shoats weight about 60 abObttvo1bY proving property and Eaytng 61J l f iorOli t TerrilJKy L i 7 HelMeho W Hntkt Do tot throw away old ombrelMi By TciBovltiff the Cloth cover and cut tlug it UIlu strips you can make a number of dainty neckties for your hug band The ribs properly twisted ant woven together make a very good ral trap and the stick hen carefully pot lished will do for a caneto present to the ckrgyriiau at Ubrlstiims To keep freckles from showing get a small paint pot quart Size and Oil with a pink paint carefully matching the tone of your complexion ned with 11 camels hair brush paint each freckle out Ydung wives cannot be too often re nilndcd that they should always greet their husbands with a smile It Is safe to say that there is nothing In the world that will more deeply irritate him than this and It should therefore not be forgotten If your tUlip wicks give out a very satisfactory substitute can be made of Irish point lace or Valenciennes care fully wound round the wick holder A knitted necktie will serve the same purpose but is apt to burn fitfully and give out a pungent odor Harpers Weekly Judges on Circuit It was the genius and foresight of Henry I that saw the necessity of cre sting a close connection between the central kings court and the local courts up and down the land It was Norman and wandering going where the king went They were Saxon and stationary hence to link them together III 1124 a special deputation of judges was for the first time sent on circuit III Ihe country of whom It Is recorded that they hanged so many thiivoa as never was before being In that little while altogether fortyfour men This vigorous administration of jus lice by royal authority gained for lien ry the title of the limoc justice and paved the way for tile permanent insti tuba In his grandsons reign These traveling Judges were called justices hioyrw ei in It Inert oh journey Their head Ihe justlelar Is still seen In our title the lord chief justice Henry II III 1173 fixed these circuits nt slxIhe home midland eastern western northeastern and northern which correspond roughly with those that still exist London Standard None of That For Them They had been married only a month md It was their first experience In seeking country board After riding ten long miles in a rattling farm cart they arrived at tile door of the farmhouse Alit now strangers said the old tanner after he had asked about a score of questions i want to tell yeou right IKIW that down here with us yeou bp supposed to go to bed with the hlckeus The young man whispered to Ills young wife slId then both climb d back on the farm cart Boy said the young man his lips ompressed with determination drive us back to the station The freckled lad grinned and whip tel up the horse You uns didnt Eeem to like the 111 he chuckled No siid the young man We have ifliti rtllll about crowded farmhouses but when It comes to shoving us off to tin Iiiuhnusp hat Is going a little too itroig I JUPtO well stay In the city Chicago News What Ho Could Do During the South African war there was a young officer Just from Stand hurst who was attached to General Frenchs staff The young fellow has himself achieved some distinction since then null shall be nameless At f hat Jime licrwis fresh andfldsety and was always imagining a constant menace of attack by the Boers whom he in variably pronounced Bores This pronunciation General French had II valu tried to correct and It gradually pot on his nerves One day the young of Bcercamo to the general to report tlm he believed he could make out through his ficldglass quite as many as twenty Bores hid In The rocks above his camp Bores you say inquired the general Yes sir Bores Can I do anything sirAYes Dont add to them A Serious Question My dear Mr Fallows said the doe t or I will admit that I am not quite elided as to whether or hot yours a constitutional disease Hum Thit soV said tIle patient vlth aheayy sigh And have I got to- go to the exponxp of npprallng to the United States supreme coqrt to find qutPblhltlllllblu Ledger I She Rather Liked It I dont mind Jack slung said one of the girls He Is so clever in the use of it I now so Why be sent me three dozen photos of famous beauties with a card on which the only words were Youre another A Changed Girl How Is It that Julia Is so jealous and quarrelsome Ihe used to hun such a sweet disposition I know but the past year she has been singing III a church eholrltai Imore American He Filled tho Bill Mr Woody Music Is a most fasci tinting study Do you know Id like to sing awfully Miss Blunt who had heard hInlOh you do London Til Bits Wise Man made n big tilt with that woman all right What did you say tnlierr Nothing I Just kept still and lis tened Chicago News Swinging dcsk stand for lypcwtile New CVnpIciclhiB nice Brussels Domestic Problem A Brussels merchant advertised for a servant One applicant pleased him The terms and the outings were ar ranged when the girl asked Who washes the dishes Taken aback the merchant asked her to repeat her question The girl did so without turning a hair Madame washes the dishes and I dry them replied the merchant Cat you play the piano he asked No was the reply Then I amafraid you will not do said the merchant The girl retired with a dignified air With a politeness which is described as exquisite she turned according to the Throne and Country to the merchant and said Tomorrow I shall take lessons at the conserva toire and aS soon as 1 begin to make progress I wlll call again This story Is certified as authentic Oranges Oranges are growing rapidly in fa yor and are coinIng to bean allthe yearround accompanlnient of the breakfast table Tho extent to which the business is growing Is shown by the report that no railroad luring April carried out of soutbera Call fornia39S4 carloads of the frujt des tined for the eastern markets ThlF represented 208000000 oranges val l uc3 at 4960806 Florida used to hold I the palm for orange culture ask stll is a good second to California But the figUres carry their own suggestive ness of HM JmportaB e which cltniF SmIth h M Mftoag the majilfoW agricultural jraHcts lilhe e HHtry And oasgei Ul nrhafood J r SAri Lady QrglaMonstr IB lhiroroll1rtot August 1812J A party xif hunters found Jn a mountain ous region now known nsllabiincouu ty Ga a being nearly eight feet high covered with bluish hair and baring n human face adorned with immense cars resembling those of an ass The creature was stone deaf and on that account seemed wholly unconscious ol the approach of the men This mon ster sepjns from all accounts to have been seen upon several occasions dur lug the next four years In 181G n number of adventurers front Virginia most of them surveyors working up the unexplored portions of Georgia and the Carolinas formed themselves Into a party for tlie express purpose of capturing the uncanny belnglf pos sible They scoured the hills and vat leys for several days und nt last returned unsuccessful to the starting point rhe many tales told of tills extraor dlnary being seem to intro created quite a stir nil along the Atlantic coast A printed circular Issued by a land company in 1S15 says The linate of Georgia is exceedingly mild the soil productive and the danger of attack from uncouth beasts which are repre sented as being half boast and half man are fairy tales uot worthy of con sIderatIourExehatige Made It Quite Clear The engineers of n party In the field were continually ajmoyod by the curl osity of the farmer folk In the country round Kachnnd everyday their prog ress was blocked by sonic Inquiring soul who would have liked to spend lie forenoon acquiring answers to questions of why and whither and how far and what for relates the New York Sun At last a serious faced young man took an Interested bucolic graybeard one side and explained mat tersNow said he Im telling this to you mill I dont want It to go any further Ve have discovered that the iwth Is a parabolic hexoid nud the ordinates and coordinates do not quite tally by a toot or perhaps by fourteen Inches The phfe where the gap comes has been located In that field just ahead of us We dont wXnt It mon tloued lint we are getting ready to blow up the spot and make an Incision before beginning the operation of Join ing the two The engineers finished their labors in peace aud Kolllude The Shilling Bequest The wealthy auctioneer who reduced the Inheritance of a daughter to an annuity of tOt because she had be COIIIP a Socialist reminds one of the old fashioned cutting off with a shil ling Why n shilling nitherjlmn noth lug Blnckstoiu explains The Ito malls usitl to set aside wills us de ficient hi natural duty If they dlsln herited or totally passed by any child of tlut testator hut the smallest leg ncy was uo ptcd is evidence that the testator had nut lost his reason or his memory as the law othcrvise as sumed lie had IIPIICC the groundless belief in Knglnnd that a father could not dlslnhprlt iirs child without a shilling although the English law knowft no prumptlun of insanity or forgetf illness in such a case Of Kherl dan and Iilixui Tom and of othur fa thers ulid 10iTli the story in tol Fa ther Til cut you off with n sihllllng HOIlttl rather have it now dadStJlluili Ga7Itll Appealed to His Pride It was the most obstinate mule In the lot and refused to oilIer the car of it train held up at a little waysIde sta tion Threats cajolery and blows were alike useless The mule refused to budge and the slant of his ears told those of the passengers who were familiar with mule car taU that where he was he intruded to stay Then the aged African who sv8s trying to load him in said In honeyed tones Wbuffo yo lHhave dis way befo nil loSe strange people Why yo fool tunic doatf yo know dut dese people will Jes believe dat yo ueber dour Irabcled befo In nl yo llfeV The long oars lost their aggressive slant and the beast went sedately up the Inclined plank with the air of a man entering a drawing room ear for the first time and determined not to betray the factExchange To Lady Correspondents Our young lady correspondents will confer a favor If they will write on nly one side of the paper We mean of course hy this rorrpspondencr in tended for the paper As lo the other not Intended for publication we dont care If they write on nil four sides and even across it Sylvaula lGa1 Telephone Probably en the Team Such Ignorance Is Inexcusable ex Llaimed Aunt Hypatia My ncphew ierclvjil hits bren going to college nearly three years and when I asked him this morning whether be knew iiiything shout Homer lie said Sure A home is a lilt thats good for tour bases Chicago Tribune Out of Date Now Tommy you Inure written this sentence The ficirhi mightier than the sword andlI 1 incorrect How hollldll 1eunpd 1 Pen oIIi to be chnngll to type writer thiiimChleago Tribune Willing to Try Harold Couldnt you learn to love me AmeliaNo lout Ill try nwfiilly hard Pajm has promised lo semi tne ibroad If my health breaks lawn rom iversludy you kuuow14uidon Scraps Men are tIn of cireuuintnnce- silieti thllIrl1l11l1tllllclsseelwfblfilOrt- r men Byron First data kiiuiliiig Ur albItch fl9fll Cooperjigr Oi 2if r PIIOTOG llAPUSoftbo picturoa fO- rtblrfrlchdapicturcs your family and your wif for s i pcUm for yqu and the 1 children both to look on in rill ure CllrJ nnd bring back the cLililh od d id pgainr Vc tctc tlicnt and take tliciu co veil that they oitchnll die chcrniS and preserve hem fpryou Jhe Schiegel StoIkbJltte1 krky 7 t RELiGious THOUGHT IGemsGlean4 jFrom the T aehinj of All Denominations If heaveS ls eycr won ltimistb won by personal merit llcv D J Burrcll Reformed New York Truo Patriot The man who has this faith in God and In jils country is lliotrtio patriot Rev Hugh T I err Presbyterian Chicago Benefit From Hard WorJ llard work teaches Independence begets courage fosters self reliance and inspires celf gupporttcv W Wt Bustard Baptist Boston Smiles Arq Better A efutcouutenanre has often shut a man out of a position Learn Ib smile your way through trouble Itev J FL PrIce Methodist New York Doing Gods Will Man Is capable of doing the will of God which Hi simply saying man may be redeemed That is why Christ died otherwise the cross Is tue most stu- Pendous folly of the n Clte L O liotcnbacb Presbyterian Brooklyn How Co Throttle Passion Every man has to some extent a menagerie III embryo in his nature and his constant tare should be to sup press and throttle the angry beasts of passion by the cultivation of his higher nature Rev S II C Burgiu Metho dist San Antonio Tex The Glad Life The surrendered life la the glad lire not the one which seeks to be minis tered unto but the one which socks to minister to another It lathe life that carries the sunlight into the burdened places that is the glad llfeltpv Lulher B Wilson Methodist Pawtucket B Aim of Human Life Merely living is not the aim of hu man life but living so as to contribute to the highest well being of humanity We are not brought Into this world to exhaust our energies on getting enough to eat but for a higher and nobler cntlHevJ IL Mallows Con grogatlonallst Los Angeles Cal Church Attendance Churchgoing is a habit that needs iiiorcaud more to be Jjisistcd upon Nothing as I believe is more seemly and human than that a part of at least one day in the week should be devoted to the culture of the soul and In a place set apart for that purpose Rev Thomas Salter Robjent Unl vcrsalist St Paul To Serve God The great souls like Moses which lift despairing people out of their serv itude to the commonplace things of life b tanking life worth living have the divinely bestowed gifts which cn aide them uot only to see the infinite values of life but the presence of God III his worldWe are callotLto serve God by serving mcuRev Dr J It Clayton Baptist Washington Lofty Aims It Is only wlicn Ve haVe lofty aims that we gain duelling worth while There are those who tell us to be sane mid practical to aim at the things near at hand but the divlue law runs counter to this sage philosophy of the world null gives us to uudcreliuid that ff we a fnu at the distant we jvlll also secure tliat which i itlgliIttv Dr Charles Bayard Mitchell Methodist Rplscopal Chicago Coming of Gods Kingdom The kingdom of God wfl not come on the earth until the churches ol Christendom are united Is there not some common ground upon which Catholic and Protestant Presbyterian and Methodist Episcopalian stud Bap tist may unite and present a solid front to the enemy The forces of erll are tilted Why should the churches not beRev M II Itchlltcrs Methodist St Louis Spiritual Awakening The world Is passing through a great spiritual awakening these days We begin to comprehend more keenly ibm responsibility of this spiritual awaken lug to the brotherhood of mankind That is why wesend our prayers and our missionaries into foreign lands Inlo the farthest corners of the carUI Wo realize that those men lire all our brothers and we believe those men have a right to know the glory of the Loixl Rlglifc Rv Elhclbort Talbot Kpiscopal Bishop Central Pennsylva nia A Well Dircctsd Lfo The length of life refers not to dura thou but to direction Life may be as long as Methuselahs and as worthless It may be as short as CLvkto and almost as sublime Length nl days Is not essential to an ideal life Lifes length refers to attitude rather than attainment to life as a career rather than as a conduct It is what we mean when we speak of choosing ones work lu life One may have a career and n directed energy without length of years Kpnts died immortal at twenty sir At seventeen Mozart was a court musician line at nineteen George Washington was a major lint OUt might live on in a timeless life like the Wandering Jew and be nothing but u shiftless doleful worthless old man The thor life is made up of delib erate directing power the cholCe of vnreerautl the roach of the hand through time It is just tills power to boose and todirect lila carrwiileli makes ui malt iluhas power lro flmote to direct to guide to seiet VII otherllfe drifts Man has lower to drive to direct The birds drift wih Ihe season Man opposes the drlltlaad ImiMs his home among the snow and the ice The cnttle follow the trait of Mie herd and lose themselves In the long luscious grass of the valley but milan leaves the trail find climbs for Mruisir the mountains ofTlsIon Rov tit Hugh T Kerr Presbyterian Ob ago i Money to Loan on Good Farm Lands Tho Irthwe tern Mutual Lila In iiranco Co will lean money at 5 pel iput interest on good improved farm laifils on Mortgage Apply to J C Chonaull Atty WtC Richmond KV Silver Toilet Sets Nothing will bo as much apprccis eil by the bride and groom aa some hjDg that will lorof practical as vel is lecoralivG raein oihcr words Vilvnr Imcicil hair brushes combs maulcureseUetc ftbcse lines we areshqwiiTpj spies lid a soriments assortments that compare faroinbly wltjtibo most oomph t tely stocked eif meopo1tIa- tstablishmtntant prtcos that Lit jtndhlctter than tbose quoted bert rcevbere iijii will do well to inspect bui tocks beloro yot buy elsewkere IiL E LANE J TheWorid Renodand Only Absolute Smoke Conswrning Stoieflnarth THE WONDER OF THE AGES The HOT BLAST AIRTIGHT FlorencePATENTED 13 ISO r Patent Sustained US Circuit Court July 5 1805 Patent Sustained by U S Circuit Court of Appeals March OJ008 Beware cf imilations and unscrupulous people who claim to have a stove like or just as as the Porotice iJouot be deceiyedby euch false claims amintid Itbut when too lata Examine the Florence carefiilly before youbuy NO S OTNO SMOKE NO DIRT NO CLINKERSr r P EVERYTHING CONSUMED Afcthe e iarof afsedsbns use with soft coal there Will be no soot inihiflues r THE ZENITH OF STOVE PERFECTION Pubic write suw Oirner dlfitU Itsi The only jointleas leg bottom and bascv with fun radi ation and large ash that is oa the marhetor has ever been made in the interest of the industry The jointless leg bottom and base makes the stove air tight below the grate which isJ the true fire keeping principle It will be as gooda fire keeper twenty years hence cs it is today The Hot Blast AirTight FlorenceAvijLheat tviejgtup space heated that canvby any other stovepn carth ab one half the cosf The only perfect floor heater that is or has been made nufacLllreldealerfrom date of patent without incurring au rie lion for damages If the FloJence is Operated According to Directions The No 21 will heat one small room winter with 2 tons of slack or lump coal The No 49 or No 23 will 2 or 3 small rooms all winter with 234 tons of slack or lump coal The No 51 or No 25 vill heat 3 or 4 rooms all winter with 3 tons of slack or lump cqaK The No 53 or No 27 will licat5rcom all winter with 4 tons of slack or coal l vr i The No 55 will heat a iargejstore or school room with 0 tons of slack or lump coal 4 Fpr a church less coal will be re- qUIred Will burll a ton less of hard coal Base Burner of the same size and heat twice the space THE HOT BLAST AIR TIGHT FLORENCE burns soft coal or slack and all the smoke and gase No filling up of the stove pipe or flue with soot No dilt inside oivQUt side the house It will burn hard coal and all the gases which escape from a hard coal base burner It will burn wood and saw dust wet or dry It will produce onehalf less ashes than any stove on earth with any kind of fuel and leave no clinkers or half consumed fuel FOR SALE DOUGLAS SIMMONS I OO For any one whose teeth are out who will cut out this ad and bring to Dr Hobsonsoffice This will be taken as 200 cash on a set of teeth i Th I WeVe Rounded Up the Best J Our large purchases of the choice furniture now on display 1S1 enabled us to get the best stylesand to name the lowest prices Now is the time to refurnish your home one room or toby a piece of Furniture for that odd corner that you havl needed Be sure to make an early selction from our showing y 1 MfPlAN and HIGGINSHOME FURNISHERS v Furniture Carpets and Stoves eA Opposite Hotel Glyndon Richmo d Kentucky 0 I We arc lIetdquai rs for Sewing Machine Suppiie for all Machines X T 9 t7 BE SURE YOU VOTEtt 1ciil PEMOCRA TIC TICKEt vS 11c DOTY SURVEYOR i j Jollclts tho1atrdiagc of ttte Genera Prices Reasonable See kim or UnionCityKy Ekry Hog A mosnalu WMM to Dl1RltWi8- ur day aci h HC eeMtn ered Lr cank y eaeby Mentl rnz aulil pa1Mgciiarg5 Sltttl epike f pan stove only liabilityrfor all heat lump BY J Jew Quarters iSfc i ft We are established in our nej qiwfiers iathe j t old City Hall building jutd are feter prepared thuevel to crefrmur aJims Bring usi your Hides Furs anIrw 4IIij groceries f and Vef tables in seaao I ii tJUrmal1rqceJr Conpany1E 1 t I it I 0 y j 1 I c a I I I SpringRugs I IBrussels Wilton Velvets ant I 9x 12 Axminsteiv Best as I IsortmenL ever brought Ito this t Iclty See them before youpurI afr i fiy Ichase I BENNETT and HIGGINS Furniture and Undertaking Telephones 73 Main Street I 0s0an pr p p p ABOUTf c o A L AX you afford to delay unltere F what avail is procasti nation T betIu a lew weeks prices will he hlizher ET ui therefore have your order now GET IN YOUR COMAS NOW We Deliver Quicklys Telephone 110 Rex Red Ash Jellico We have thu exclusive sale A trial order will convince you that oura is n little better than you have been getting elsewhere and possiblyless Full Weight orjCoal Forfeited B IL Luxon BroR Piggs Pure Apple Vinegar Bl 211 For Sale Two dwelling houses at Faint Lick kiwn as the Henry Rensley property Ptuession January 1st 1910 For terms etc apply to W G Kemper pint Lick 101341 For Sale Livery outfit best stand in Rich mond with established business Cor ner Third Water Sts o20 6t W T Griggs For Sale Sme choice Bourbon Red Turkeys Ry4IIy bred Forpricestwrite E P MILLER R F D No 3 htfFarm For Sale 113 acres The best tobacco corn and hot t trill in Madison county 7 miles from Ricbim nd Public sale Tuesday Nov 23rd at 2 p m B WSTURDEVANT CottonburKi Ky For Sale Privately two store houses one oc cupied by Taylor OMham Hardwire the other known as tliR Hacket Store bvhon Main St J E Greanleaf tf Executor For Sale A fine Illinois stock and grain farm 200 acres Good house barn fences and wind mill Only too per nero For description write Geo W Threl keldMt Vernon ills o272t Farmers Take Notice Epidemics comes in the Fall andISprin and every year f irmers lose their bore Bourbon g Cholera Remedy prevents and cures cholera and other infectious disease A few doses now may save the loss of your entire herd Sold by Perry and Thomas Richmond DeWltts Little Early Risers the safe sure gentle easy little liver pills Be sure to get DeWitts Carbol Ilzed Witch Hazel Salve the original Always refuse substitutes and imita Lions The original DeWitts Carbol izeU Witch Hazel Salve is good for anything a salve is used for but it is Cclallygooa for piles Sold by Perry and Thomas nlm Land For Sale As executors of estate of 0 F Bur nam we offer atprlvate sale about ittof Kingston on Big Hill and Muddy Creek road adj lining land oiL C Bsnge and Drs Gibsons Caa be divided into two farms of nearly equal size with air improvements on each consisting of two houses and bam cribs etc About 100 acres in virgin woodland most of balance in gr will a raise corn wheat tobacco For pice and terms see A R BDBNA- If T C BURXAV 4 Parley Mardi Mi11ierg I Around Town =I MondayNov White Plymouth Rocks for EaTe Cocks and Cockiills ech Imo Hire T H COLLINS The falling of a heavy box broke one InRcclsBreakfaslBacouthe strips T T Covington GJ The Halloween party given Inst Fri day Duhl by the Junior fission Socie ty in the basenent of the Presbylenan church was a SUCC18S in every respect Prof E C McUoiiglo tf the Normal rltlIyrof MeDougle Fp1ke lit Moorfiold last eek nn a similar occasion Thieves brokeln to the wholesale o Ttiesdayithtbreaking a nindow in the basement Some small change was taken from the cash drawer Ive decided to quit bu inres and cluse out thfl entire stock byJanuary 1st I have many good bargons as mv stock Is alt ruw and things are going at a priceiJ B WALKER Hereafter the It F D will be simply D mid you can mark your mail matter toR D The government has Usued orders that the worl free be drjpped and the service be known as Rural Delivery The service has become so general that there is no longer any need to sign the free part of the title Small Fire The fire department was called last Wednesday night at 10 oclock to the residence of Mr James Hamilton on the Summit Small damage was done Another Auto P M Pope is among the latest purchaser of a handsome Auto His car- si a cameron and is one of the most attractive in this city of automobiles Headquarters Moved The Burley Tobacco Society has moved its headquarters from Winchester to Lexington and elegant offices ave been fitted up on Ihe fifth floor of the McClelland building Princess Rink to Reopen Mr R J McKeeinforms the public that he will reopan the Princes rink about the 10th of November This is one of tin best skating rinks in the State and devotees of this charming and healthful exercise are eland over the news of the rink reopening Rights in the Case The Court of Appeals decided in a case from Carlisle that the City Coun cle has tho right to goven the streets and sidewalks but in the absence of any ordinance governing the case a citizen had the right to utoa reasona ble amount of the sidewalk for steps High Price For Eggs Owing to Eastern speculation it is predicted that eggs will be higher this winter than ever before A few doses of Bourbon Egg Producer will make your fowls lay amazingly and cause them to produce a greater profit Try it and see Sold by Perry Thomas Stray edvoc Stolen From F J Perkins place near Baldwin Sunday night Oct 10 a baymare about 151 hands high fore top sheared and was thin when she disappeared Any Information con earnIng her will be thankfullyre ceived E T Perkins nov32t Baldwin Ky a Fur opening at McKees Monday Nov 8th- Berea Defeats Richmond The first game fo football of the season here was played Thursday afternoon between Richmond anti Berea result ing in a score of 2 to 0 for the visitors Thejocals were considerably outplayed and putupa yarkablegme cousidi ering their handicap Flannery for Berea and Deatherage Minpjn and Broftddoso the locals did the star work Fire Bug Busy Yesterday morning about six oclock Ire destroyed the large stock and ford ftffi also big tobacco bars belonging is Mrs Walker Htele who resides near Uft With the exception ol her car riage and horses nothing was saved tlt origin of the fire Is unknown Mrg111a1e had very little inwraace her ioM BCuatlnj to adoHt 3000 Oa Mde4ay sight about eight oclock Mr LIar potyi big tobacco Warn WaS hinted the lj iM IKabOBtiQ w111aiePs tI Special Quality and StyleL 4- I n Suits atp t 1 1500riI s tWe set out determined to offer the best Fifteen Dollar Suits we have ever sold We searched the market and picked out the best from the best makers we paidcash and took off the discount we cut our own profits to the very limit we squeezed ihta these suits every five cents worth of quality possible 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 latest style and honestly made inside as well as out Come to see them they are matchless values at the price 1500Newest and best in Overcoats and Raincoats Hats and Caps Underwear Gloves Ties Etc The smallest boy or the most experienced man trades here in perfect security we have the same price our lowest price to one and all i THE FR 1r e www 4 rw To Open Next Week The turkey market for Thanksgiv ng will open next week and will continue for ten days Jolt Brothers announce that theyare in the market for all good fat turkeys at good prices but poor thin turkeys arc not wanted for this market at all of Preachers In a speech before the Methodist Conference at Palis Rev E B Mann aid that the iverajp salary paid the preachers of Kentucky Conference isles than 50 per month as the confer ence embraces several large cities where the salaries arc very much laiger this must reduce the amount received by the preachers in lets favor ed localities to a meager sum Farmers Institute The Madison County Institute inetat Vaco Friday morning a large delega tion going from this city in automobiles ind other conveyances The following officers were elected President Win Benlon Vjce PresidentsN BDeather ageanti It H Of in ton Secretary Vila AL Embry Treasurer Jess Cobb lIon C Ti Saarcy was selected delegate to attend State Institute with H II Colyer and Vm Blanton alternates W T Malone Murder Charge A case that created consdftrable interest in circuit court last week was that of W r Malone on charge dfikill lug of James Kenney at Berea some months ago It was shown in theevi denre that Kinney was in tho act pf staaTing chickens at the home of Mal one at the time he was shot and on this ground the jury promptly dismiss ed the defendant Dont pay SO cuts for Bacon when you can get Heechnus Packing Cos Breakfast Bacon for ZI cis per jar at T T Covington k Co Important Meeting AtllIJem ers of the Madison County Equal Rights Association are request ed to meet tomorrow Thursday after noon at two oclock at tio residence ot Mrs James Bannett on West Main street The object of this meeting is to elect delegates to the State Convention which wilt bo held in Louisville November Hand 12Any who desire to donate to tle funds of the above Association can do BO by sendm money to JlrsE E Mc ann Treasurer MARRIED Miss Flora Scale this city formerly of Booneville and Mr Irvine Carpen toT of New London Ohio surprised their many friends by quietly getting married last Tnesday evening at the home of the bridea sister Mrs Robert Hurst m this city Rev G W Cr frhfleld of the Methodist church performed tho ceremony Mr and Mrs Carpenter left Wednesday for their beautiful new home in New London Owhare they will reside Miss Seale has many friends here who wish them a long lifo of happiness Tile pUma extend congratulations Tyrone Lumber Co Resume Operation Anderson News The Tyrone Lam ber Company after a vacation of two years resumed business Thursday BiormBg This company has dose a thriving business at Tyrone hut fez this last two years have peen oa litiga tion with some of Ita Block holders nil the Mills were shut down during tie controversy Lately all differences have been afttled and Mr Perry ThHrmaa one of the pi omotera of th copy hsasold hfeJatrest And wtfedrRwef i MMveMHjMMiy They retidt- hia11ls workt- I with the ebvM ol a Election At the time of going to press Election day was pass lUg of quietly and from all iudictions a heavy vote was being cast at the polls Released on Bond William Sparks whi killed Joe Collins in this county last June and whose trial last week resulted in a hung jury was released on a f500D bond Friday Ilia bondsman wore E H Fuller J H Hendrick T C Hall G II Spencr and R C Hall all of Powell county Sparks lot mer home Important Notice All takers of water and the public generally are hereby notified that water will be turned off on Tuesday Nov 0 1900 beginning at or about C oclock a m and running to at or about 6 p m This is made necessary because of changes required at the pumping house in the constitution of the newrec voir During tlii period there will bean ample supply of water in the town for fire protection Respectfully Richmond liter Light Co ThisNOv2IiO9 2 County Court An unusually laigo ciowtl was in town Monday but business WES not us brisk as on 0 tober court day The mule market was far below that of the preceeding court as was also the hois market Aged mues sold fom 150 toSLOO Suckling mules brought from 45 to 60 Plug horses were not in da mand and few told brought f10 00The cattle market was more active the Madison sock Yards reporting 2500 cattle on the market nil of which WIn Slid heifers bringing from i to 350 per hundred and steer 3 50 to 50 par hundred Mother Was to Blame Jack and Annie were to get married and she had coi tided tn him that lie age was twenty Alter tbo ceremonv and festivities were over they both went home and retiieil lor the night Annies mother rrsldr next door and being up early the following morning thought sho w urd give the huppj couple a1 rap up- On the Wl to their door efie sud denly remebercd it was A iiiiiea birth day Knocking loudly at the door she bawled out Come away Anni Get ur Yuken yore thirty the day Jack who was the first tohear the voice astouished his motherinlaw bj shouting For guldneFs taib get up Aunts for were slept ten years Greater There was never a time when a young man couLl gci along in the world any better than today There never was a time when it did sot take indutryenergy and integrity to accomplish anj thing worth doing there nev r was a time wfaen Ibese three virtues couated for sore tban at the present The need of this class of men was never greater than just BOW not the man of mediocrity Bor the indolent genius who spends his tine reclining ih pleesast places or luletH se but tke mia wto can to kiBgAIJt world does sot want pre4 iej bt power net CXOHM Vt TMKlts Ant the one ho can brjajt results II the Man wko is la eiai44 er rywhere This is teof the poH cloas clttes it isnote true of Ike tewas 4cacei epMIt- kr tst1tM 1 1QQ EXTRA FaEB To Be Given This Week MISS SALLIE B PARRISH GETS GOLD MlssSallie B Pnrrieh who was one of the winners In Ihe Jewel Box prize offered seme weeks ago will receive the gold necklace jilfored to tile young lady bringing in the most subscriptions in tte Piano Contest up to Saturday October 30 Miss Z ula Oliver has won a handsome Jewel Box and the votes of both contestants have gone towaid the final result to count on the piano During the past week seme other new contestants have gone to work with a will but have not yet sent in their reports All of this week we are going togive loco extra free votes That is each new subscription is entitled to 1500 votes instead of 500 antI etch renewal is entitled to 1100 votes instead of JOO and nil count 01 the total for the grand 100 piano The contest is yet young and no one has a lead that will indicate what the final result will be Persistent hard work on the part of the candidates and their Mends will count in the final vote Contestants get your friends to wojk for you and get busy yourseyes and In tfio end yoni ellorts will be rewaidcdi So advertisement elsewhere Camnitz Returns to Kentucky Home Lexington Gazette Howard CAm riitz one of the successful Pittsbarg pitchers during the season just closed arrived in L xingioii Monday neon 01 his way to his home in Houston ville Mr Camiiilz leaves this city Tuesday morning for his LOUIe bavins pent the niglt with friends in the city Camnitz pi died a successful reason with the Fiiatrs ninninp the nipjoiity of his games an111I a valued mpmbei of the Plllsburg team He is an old Lcuitville player having pitthed for the American Assoclatlou and going with the Pirates at the npeninzof the past seapon Hi lonnerly pitched lot Central Univerfjty It is reported thrt Caimnlz will shortly be married Itia Buffalo society belle Fur opening at McKeaB Monday r08th Succumbs Aftcr Hard Fight For Life All Richmond was grieved whrn i becgme known Miuday morning that Albert Keiclispfarr had pawed awavnt awearly hour at the PA 0 luilrmary where he tad beea ill fur many weeks of tvphoid f jver Alt during lila loop and painful illness his life had hnnK on at a tin cad and it reemed like hopinjs sj iiMit lw pe fur his Tecov ry U is phiysiclava and nurses were cease less III their al1mlalllltra lon tO stay the dread disease but after a hard and brave fight her life ho was unable to battle loflgff Deceased was about 58 yesrsof ago sid OHHS to ewr city rev oral to tare tako charge of tM QlBl oiid Green hotwe During liis rMkh ce here he had endeavore itintealt So alt old and yeusg allke fey hif etrti hlforwad masly bearing awl his apriitur nosiest bnioeas d dlJ8 He WM a t1te of the Episcopal church tJdhIltrIfEdUyhlfJ do voted tile and two cliiMrtH to whom the very teedercM isywpiby te extended uiiir lioar ef great bereav me- lltj1 iervIe8 were eotidci l ycatcr ttoy aftarKGOM at 3 btatth rM 4neaaIti r wna wtl- W1oreat is BwItoMf cetery IIU I Our eBucke e Highv ShoesI 1at 350r worth 400 A corker for the price rblack or tan Full 12 inch top raw hide strings heavy double soles select material throughout You cant equal it elsewhere under 400 Come see it for By farthe largest in Madison county of Boots Bootees High Top Shoes and all kinds of good Winter Footwear for both men and boys forIBall Band Rubbers r in every style You know their reputation COVINCTONBAN KS N l STORE QUALiTY- w Compensation Acquittedof ni Opporiunities VOE NECKLACEi yearaagnkeLee4evlh1e kith yourself stock Lace IDEATHSMr and Mrs George Crawford of Rojersville have the ei rapathy of all in the loss of their little fiveyears son Marshall whose death was due to mew braueous cramp Mrs John Fowler died Sfljjday at lid home at Speedwell after a proloageil illnets of lung trouble Deceased was 45 years old and is survived by a line band anil several children Her it torment took place Monday afternoon in the Rchmond cemetery I1Ir W A Bulnci died Sunday at at Kingston as a result of burn received several days ago Deceased was ctghlyelgbt years of age and a widower his wife having lied about ono year ago His funeral was conducted Monday by Kcv Crutchlield of the Methodist church followed by interment in tho Rich mond Cemetery Resolutions of Respect WHEEEAS Our Heavenly Father in Ills infinite mercy and wisdom has taken from our mid tMrU LGentry who departed this life Oct 22 100U tlortfiro be it BKKOLVED first That our Baaid f f Managers of the Puttie A Clay Infirmary hiss lost a loyal charter mew ber her htubnnd a true and faithful wife her children a tender and loving mother Iho church au enthusiastic member and tho community a benevolent nnd helpful associate We commend her life and loyalty to duty to the whole board of manages as worthy of imitation RESOLVED That our bard extend ti tho sorrow ptrickeud husband anl bereaved family our heartfelt syiiipathiyin their great lots BUll RESOLVED fiilher That a copy of llipsfi resolutions be spread upon the minutes of otr bard a copy ba sent tJ the bo caved family and a copy to tho loeil papars fur publication Nip A C fCl LAX EUGENIA HUME to G D SIMMONS Shelburnes Tobacco Ware house Highest price ol the Season 23 Illgbeal Average 91646 Lexington KyOct 29 lOOt We are glad tn report a big advance in prices within the fast three days Our highest price today of 23 is the highest of the season and our aver size foran entire crop of 116 46 is the highest of the feat on Several new buyers are on the market anti prices on our floorhavo Leon Iho highest of tho FXAEon All tobacco with color will tfonlinuo to sell hlgb and we ad vlie yiu not to sell your crop in the barn as prices may go higher but put it on our warehouse floor where you will get all tho competition and the highest market prlpos for it Be low we give KOIUU sales made vlodajt Johnson Gosney 23 flU 1- 7jttUwMtttiiiifis n tlat 131 fllj average for crop 16 46- Jas Blckbnr f 18 18 flii fl6t 116 1513tt Average fl6 35 Mr Roberts pur auctSoatcr is the finest you bpevc heard Come with a loadn 4 keir Imuud watch us work festtiand get you te taP market pr1ei tee it We will sell tIrlH1W addition next week It1I the best lighted 1toy e im tfce city BonlImarket at our ixpeea- Sheibu4ss Tafcaeee Warefeeuee c lpaR3 lIIe wwtIJ ha 1iak Noy f l101lrW mcfltovMt u II Holloway Property Sold The residence known as the Holloway property on HilUdao Ave was sold Friday by tie executor of the late HB Iilliniham The property was sold as a whole to W M Jones for 4610 Sudden Death Friends and relatives here were much shocked last week to learn ol the sudden death in Paducuh of Mr M B CjfTelder Deceased was a soninlaw of Mrs Phoebe Keen of Kingston having married Miss Rachel Been who survives him For several years Mr and Mrs Coflelder resided on the Big Hill pike near tow- nAccidentally Shot Friends were much grieved to hear of the accident which bcftll Mr Cecil Thorpe late Monday afternoon While carelessly handling a revolver th load was discharged the ball passing entirely through hit left shoulder above the heart Unless unexpected complications set up he will recover Mr Thorpe is a son of Mr and Mrs S H Thorpe and is one of Rich monds best known young men and is exceedingly popular with the younger set in society Many friends bope that hid injury is not serious and that he will soon be entirely re covered Cecilian Club Sirs II B Hanger entertained Wed nesday the Cecilian Club and a few other friends The hours were from 3 to 5 and 1he affair quite delightful The house was beautifully decorated in potted plants and white chrysanthe mums Those contributing to the pleasure of this afternoon were Mrs Chennult piano solo Walls Iaper Kuislns greatest composers Mrs Buruam voice Ah Sid my Heart Mi 8 Bright Piano Schetzlno Moaz kowski Mrs Middleton paper His re lation lo Russian music Mrs Pickelr Piano Chason Trlete 11 iFs ROller voice Farewell yo Hula Joan of Arc Mrs Hanger voice selected Miss Gottlieb Petit Balero Mrs Fari Troika Opus 73 Xo 1 Miss Smith and current events by Mrs McLeMan A dainty collaion followed the music mud some 30 quests enjoyed the charm ing social affair Surviving Confederate Sol diers In Madison Mr David Chonnult gave to The Cimax the following list of surviving Confederate soldiers residing in Madi eon county If there are any others whose names are not included in the Ust Mr Cheuaut will be glad to Lave the uatiies seiit to him or to this oHit e James MeCreary DudleyTribble Wm Bock James Miller Joe Manpin Olie MoWllliam James Ellison Harvey Ellison Sam Mocks Joe Sim mona James Gniiiue Win Turner Robert Turner Joe Jonot Chas Jell kiln Richard Kiumtzir lake White Puss White Schuyler Taylor Thee DueiEon Oiyer Cjsby Jas Cpabv tquire HuRaely Jim Scuddder Cy AzbellIt E1ye re Joe Gently NR Deatbei age Joe Collise H P Dickerson AIe Pence OD Patti Thee HJgrgin bum YUM JliggiubothaiH Join RIdd il Murtly Perkfas The above were ember af Motgaas brie The foUowwx were iu differ eat eewpaniea ia the coafodeiacy W W Watts DC WwMartiii JM howe Seott S vwg WmFraeae N Xnplft C fieekEli Brewn mGttJE GOt M Or Heath A E Mmk J P Bwrtr WB 3UM WK Park Dr Jnkn Harrit tr CPlhl Perry ea- xpct Brkw W hJIfetJlAIJetit Difficult Operati Dr H C Jasper performed nIJilficult operation last week Anne Cornelison who lives near Silver Creek The ooeration was forobstruo tion of tbe bowel and owing to the dvanced ago of Mrs Cornelison who is Jl the case is all the nlore remarkable The operation was successful in every sy uid the patient is now recovering To the Public In General frFaintCjmo now let us reason togethertB considerate and charitable to your flour mill mil you knowthat if the mills had sot bought your wheat Ihik year and you bad had your wheatfshipped to any market outside your wills any where in Kentucky threer fourths of it would have been rejectedt We have hough iareely the v your wheat and by considerable expense by adding extra cleaners and lots f hard work of handling and iiandlinaj cleaning and recleaning heat in pretty good shape at a loss of one fifth of the wheat All the impur ities are taken out of the wheat and the lout from any ot your mule is asapure as is possible to make it But remember tilt wheat is still rot aa good is we generally have in our grand old Sate of Kentucky Then romeifcber the government made us stop bleech puraftnirto tile continued dampness will not be quite so likely Any good standard uhll can make just as good thur as ther mills no stick to your home mills And you will make no mistake Burnain A Rucker A Card of Thanks We can really Know only that which we feelIn several years of writing many times of others woes reTortS flea them with a touch of sympathy but there was not full knowledge of the bitter ness of their grief until tho other day when the death angel passed the por tals of our home and touched the fair beautiful brow of one withwhom we were all in such deep love But knowledge is full and sad anti if life fshallcome the heart will understand the words the lingers form Broken is the goiden bowl the spirit flown for ever her saintly soul has crossed the silent river Our hearts are in the ground but cur hopes are in the skies Just as certain as we journeyed with her on that hard and lonely path closeddown to the dark river edge just so certain are we that she was helped across by the hand of God and tbat all the joys of Heaven are hers That our dear sweet mother was not mere to us who loved and lived for tier than have been others who have gone before on the unknown journey proves to our stricken hearts how great is the sorrow ot the world And with the new lessen of anguish is tin compensating oae of knowledge of human sympathy A deluge of tea der messages of sympathy aad appre elation from fir and sear the tender sympathetic miaistratiqa ofklad friends ia some measure mitigated our grief Her life aid rjresesee were at all Ueaw a sweet benediction and wefkBow ber life WM sot ia vals aid she is mbw cfcjaylig Leer rich reward We feel mestcleeplj grateful to all whe ea to es aeti east us e e- sdtiriRgr JlIbleM tbow who were with usIa ler last kwirs Jkwc1aa- srder would ke eiir wrr w were H Ml fOidM7a Mrw C JIe lM atkillMlt Mr i Jtu Giofmr iwo feaNY = IIGrand Jury Report Before adjourning for the October juryIl1Iadeth ofeIl wetulinncounty butotwithstandingtisl hlemaleriayom marerCuftheprisonracom Inlorcewhattheytribute lo the abolishment of saloons dtunknnessatid countyaileI cept the floors which are in bad repair Courtandalso recommend to the County Judge t inueconAttinnandircuitdition The services rendered by too hiKhlysatisfactory recommend that the County Judge and lorforBrilliant Function Celebrates Fifteenth Anniversary After fifteen years of happy pies porous wedded life Mr and Mrs Elmer Deatberage celebrated tin ir theihomean Jlyndon avenue No more brilliant inRichmondthis popular couple called between the cJlrhelrtymany more years even lojthe diamond fromtoplarJefroutspace on tile interior The doorways beautifulIyfusion of ferns and palms converted the whole interior into a regular conserva dJrYsauthemuUl elaborateThe hUJebuketwhite tulle forming the center piece ebryaanthemttms the beauty An elaborate lunch of sub siantials and ices WIS served both in halloweenmeats ices and cakes which were in the form ol pumpkins A concealed orchestra furnished music during the reJlowIwere xIeu as To try to de scribe the array ot exquisite presents would he sight impossible Suflico it to withhaedeemectstglaes were arraRf84i the upstairs hall and this HBn5 ally largo display was but esotbertokesofibe love and esteem hslTbein wieliin Urns RallY more years of se4t1e4 bapin- eesw4 eep4jaa f OM Keller varjReeineesheNleliT i ortl In lrU f UI dfj1 1cL 1 A Ask e live Wideawake Men or Women of 1us i vleinifywhere they buy = their GarmentsiIfs j1 r I Gases out Ten theyll say from = IE v ELDE a Boys Suitsfj Overcoats AT THE MOST FAVORABLE PRICES SPLENDID SUITSI AT 6350 TO 500 Coats are Double Breasted Bloomer Trousers 4Colors Blue Gray Brown and Black c We have several hundred pairs of Sample ifhoesf the thing t for School boys and f girls t t Jt Men r t s Standard Fleeced Underwear 1 tRegular 5Qc quality at a I McCALL PATTERNS 10 and 15c Childrens Underwear of Eevery Description Fay Stockings for Children az It j j 25 Cents ww ww w men fj W W ffl ffi ffl f tt i Q to the = == =CC J t r Y hr s t f Q i E no a or a us to a do it to a no to to or to to Hr model nJor your as actt re i face and place in a poaUiosi 6get ffie latest at y time This can be accomplished means ot our u and your r can git for a sum that fs small wirer the b ne a received Call or our tCrito dlrecttn o Intertn tton vac Farinete 1 f t r k JIlIIJ These different types represented lien suggest three very smart Fall Suits for old and joung Anyone of them would be a choicer I We guarantee the to be justas they should be The patterns cannot be duplicated in gar I menu of another make because they are exclu = sivelpours The aretiperfection itself and prices exceedingly moderate 1500 1800 CHILDRENS COATS e Colors White Red Blue and Brown CAPS MATCH 35 AND SOc 1 39cj See our Sample Shoes For Ladies r- 98c a Pair f1Reslclfully Submitted Cash Trade I E Elder I Jt7Uilirf IX = = rIi 0r CLOTHES believe thoroughly in the merit of Adlerfs Collegian W Clothes and sincerely feel that other garments this country produces can be justly compared from quality from style standpoint Our experience with this apparel has taught recognize the exceptional merit these garments possess We feature them because we know they win afford our customers kind of satisfaction whichwe not believe possible to procure in any other make Are you ready Buy your new Fall clothes We are showing splendid array of styles from which you would have difficulty in making your selection We invite you call whether you want buy merely look J S1 SlaoiferSuccessor Stanifcr Soper Main Sty opposite Madison National Bank Rural TelephonesFarmer aiakyourhoine family youiBatj market qnoiRtiohs by telephone service which neTubTji compares Jdress nearest oQtceor headgnarterp- aehvil PaanaerC regardlap special LiaaI- Mr aaedLlelyr ay fabrics 1250 BEARSKIN 198 TO 98C ADLgR New Metibiod Tteth Ext r wzthout fiBAIN pr t1 bn X HWHMUHHrMM iWBjr r y rrr j cheapestI gel the best We do the very best Concrete Work Jouwillly satisfied RaKS Stone Phone 432 Witn Tn A i n f Vlintu l attentiontardoingRoberts carries n full lint of herstamhing herpattergs ntherEmbroider Materials Stamping etc call on SsjEva Robertsw FirstStreet t Ifyou are going to sell out and wan t your goodsliO briijg all tjiey ire wot tli gets k S W Shearer White HalftKy 4 fait mkt dirt t Iltf iI4lt 7 a 1 C1f n1 imBmii ty i r 8 I i i = L 1AA = Church Statistics Some government figures in r tti Bens to eburclies are Interlrlag- TJereare 186 deBomiaatloRS aria minister to about every 139 numbers The Methodists reportd k84933 Baptists come next with a member ship of 5CC2231 the Lutherans re port 1 1124ftlf the Presbyterians re port 1830 555f an increase of 83 3 the Disciples 1142359 the Con regsUol1 sleets 700480 the Episcopalians 886 942 tho Dutch Reform church 449 514In 29 stele the Protestants are in the majority In la the Catholics The Catht lies states are the six New England states New York Sew Jer sey Wisconsin Michigan California Montana Nevada Arizona New Mex ico and Louisiana In Utah the Mor monssreln the ascendant The largest proportion of Methodists is in Delewarc of Lutherans in North Da kota of Presbyterians in Tennessee of Disciples in Kentucky In Geor Alabama Mississippi Virginia land South Carolina Baptists have more than half the entire church membership In the lost 16 years the greatest Increase has been the Jews 231 9 per cent The Catholics come next with an increase of 035 per cent If you suffer from constipation and liver troublo Foley Orino Laxsth- ewi cure you permanently by stimU eating the dtgestirc organp so they will act naturally oleJs Orino Laxative does not gripe Is pleasant to take and you do not have to take laxatives continually after taking Orino Foleys Orino Laxative cure onsUpatlcn without err feting thi stomach or bowel like ordinary pur atives Si Id hr Stocktan Sen nlm Greater Opportunities There was never a time when a young man could got along in the world any better than today There never was a time when it did not take industry energy and Integrity to accomplish anything worth doing there never was a time when these three virtues counted for more than at the present Tho need t f jhU class of men was never greater than just now not the man of mediocrity nor tho indolent genius who sponds his time reclining in pleasant places canIdopretense but power not exiuse but results And tho ono who can bring results is the man who is In demand everywhere This is true of the pbp clous cities it is no Jess true of the smaller towns Conscience capability and character are the levers that will lift the word A Tiny Baby cant t l you in words what the trou psstifUesh and is cross and ntevish you can ba certain that it has worms Give it Whites Cream Veimifuge guaran feel harmless Expels the worm and puts the baby in a healthy nor mal condition Sold by Perry and Thomas iim Out of the Ginger Jar It you are acquainted with Happi ness Introduce him to your neighbor Keep your word and your word all keep you It is better to make a few mistakes than to do nothing at all When it is as broad as its long it mast be tliofjuare tliug After an xdiauKe of hot words a coolness is S1O to sat in The fjmk of love is uHlallykhddb- eCor the e ii a matcli Say not always what you ktow but always know what you fay The farmer who sets a nood straight tencc also se sa good cxunple People like to be taken for what IhPJi aa worth except when the tux assee sjr visitsthem The mole never w is tr something to turn up he ROCS il ht cut and dots it mist learned t us never realiz how iittle we know tie a smal boy begni to ask goes ious Many women aler lemedying a smoky stove or ell nuking lamp have to put up with n suoking hnshaiid If the shoe Iis wear it is a time worn saving bat with n woman if ili shoe fits she takes it Lack because it Is too big Cures Remove Doubt About Eczema Cure Read Wbat Your Druggist Says About OH ol YVIntcrgreen Compound Stock Iou d tint drujruisfa Eiibink the following to the readers of the Cli max For several years we have anuounc ed with our recommendaion that we hid found a positive cure for rcztna a simple skin wash oil of wintergrcen compounded with other healing lag s diems rightinremedyWe ticayroLac23 cents instead of liio SlOO bolts as regularly sod JVecfTir this trial baltle without lecominendation and assurance that just as coat as the paiont washes his ttchinsktnlbiandld liqlid niU take the itch away instanty Sold by Sock tonSon County Court Days Betaw U a list of County Court days illondapBourboD iilondavt3reatltitt Clark Win be3ter 4th Monday Estill Irtitiead Monday Fayelte Lexington 2nd Monday IJarrard Lancaster 4th Monday Harrison Cynthiana 4th Stondav JC8Jnine Nicholasvllle 3d Monday Lee Beattyville llli Monday LitiCQn StanfonljSdd MoaiJay ltld94 Rihni nd 1st Motfdar Mercer Harrodsbir let ltuadayr dyNIcolasolaekiamerpat 3J Moiiiky Scott Gear etoR Dna Monday Sholby5he1byville2iitP34jndar WopdfordVetsailic34i A tiiwltea Back yHNbgoaa easy tbing to et rid of Bwlkrds rberlaatlsteutt3b3go lItMWeilimJl 7 5 u Take In Time Just as Score of RtelMMo Pro lr Have ValtlBR doesnt pi- If JOB neglect tbe aching back Uriaary troubles diabetes surely follow Downs Kidney Iills relieve back acheCureeyeryktdaoyili Many people in ths locality recom mend Dawn a Kidney Pillar Here1 ono case W B Senienr W Luc st St Mt Sterling Xysas I tad kidney trouble for four or five years brought on I believed by the nature Of occupation My kidneys were disor ages of the secre rlionsprofuse Since using Doaua Sidney PIUS I have been en tlrely free from L idney complaint the backache and difficulty with the kidney secretions being po sad of I have procured a good many hazes of Doans consider it to be tho best investment I ever made For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents Foster hlilburn Company Buffalo New York sole agents for the United States Remember the nameDoansand take no other nlm Regulates the bowels promotes easynatural movements cures coD stI kPyour druggist for them 25c a box White Plymouth Rocks For Sale I have a few nice white Plymouth Rock Pullets and cDckrols foresee C D Miller Richmond Ky For Sale tr Rent My stabe cruer of 3rd and iti stet streets twosorjr brick soled rock loan lation comparatively new doing t nood business as well located ns aiij stable m town I prefer to sel and trill sell well worth the money but if not sold will rout foMlmyear 19iO tf IJ0Y C WHITE Doans Ointment cured me of cc zema that had annoyed men longtime The cure was permanent Hon SV Matthews Comtniasionei Labor Statistics Augusta Me WASH DAY Instead of being a day to be dreaded will be like every other day =If you will hwe our wngin call for the work You need not be afraid that your articles will not be properly laun dered or that they will not last as lorgthyV1IJ if you send them to us for wo employ onlyexpert help and use the finest and best of soaps etc Office 108 Mam Street NaundrY Hugh Tevis Manager James Hunley Will buy or sell Ytfarm town lots or any thing else in the Real Estate line Any business intrusted to him will be promptly and carefully attended to See him if his services are needed Liver Trouble Remedy Free Any Intelligent person can be his oIliverHot be mistaken If the white of the eye becomes yellowish if the skin becomes sallow H pimples and blotches appear if the bowels do not move if you have sick headache if you are yourliver envofPepsin tho great herb laxative compound laxat1ve the now of gastric juice thereby soon naturallycan be taught of any druggist for 50 singlebottlePenDstmnlastubborn and very longstanding case of blotchesjaundtCtPJinchum Jackson Ky says the setae Inthegeacy as you can never tell when some member of tho family will need a good laxative suffererpersonalexpensetest bottle if yOu will send your name youhowworks It will start you on the cure of your trouble and convince you that you ofthesend for it today If there Is anything about your aliment that you dont understand or If you want any medical advice write to the doctor and Jie will answer you fully There to no charge for this service Tho address Is Dr W R Caldwcn SM CaldweU bIde MontlceltoTH STOCKTON HAG AN Going to Use Any Destroys HairGerms RecentdiKOveries have shown that falling hair is caused by germs at the roots of the hair Therefore to stop falling hair yHairVigor new Improved formula will certainly do this Then leave the rest to nature Deei net cluutge the eelsr of the haft Tenant with etch bottli 96hox 4oelor it to your ers bit Limboat to th ndoubt7 ReceRt discoveries haw also proved that dandruff is caused by germs on the scalp Therefore to cure dandruff the first thing to do is to completely destroy these dan orarillginethesamesplendidresultsids C W1 H BoltOfl General Blacksmith Carriage and Buggy Painting Special Attention t- oRepairing Buggies f Wagons and Farm Machinery We Put On The Best Rubber Tires Made Our Facilities For rirncls HonnhoeinE Are Unsurpassed Shop at Ky Carriage Works Water Street CHILDREN In disorders and dis eases of children drugs seldom do goodand often do harm Careful feeding and bathing are the babies remedies Scotts Emulsion is the foodmedicine that not only nourishes them most but also regulates their digestion It is a wonderful tonic for chil dren of all ages They ra andPhealth on small doses FOR SAIE BY AIA DRUGGISTS Send tOe name of paper and this ad for our beautiful Savings Dank and Child SkctchBook Each bank contains a Good buck Penny SCOTT dr BOWNE 409 Pearl St N Y Money Back B L Middelton Sells a Rem edy for Catarrh on The Liberal Basis Breathe Hyomei over the germ ridden membrane and it will kill the germs and euro catarrh There is no other way you ions candeslroqAnd when catarrh germs have disappeared other things will happen there will bo no morn hawking not even in the morning that offensive breath will disappear there will bt no more obnoxious mucous or coughing or sneezing or huskiness of voice or difficulty m breathing All these disagreeable accessories of the demon catarrh will disappear and as they go the glow of health will return and all the strength and energy that was formerly used in combating the in roads of catarrh will bring back your vitality and ambition will make a nsw healthy happy being of you in a fey weeks B L Middelton will soli you a com plete Hyomei outfit fur 1 03 This in cludes a tine inhaler a bottle of Hyo met and Instructions for use Sold by leading druggists everywhere Ex tra bottles 50 cents And bear in mind money back if Hyomei doesnt cure MIONACures It relieves stomach misery poor stomach belching and cures all stomach dis tabletaPreiapt delivery perfect work reasonable prices The Rich moad Steam Laaadry Insures all these PkeBel2 tf J4uJUber Sash Doors LathsPaint Rubber or Felt Roofing a errr PLANS TIJRNISHED REASONABLE r Better come direct to Todd Lackey Car rJhiftandOrchar Streets AMP SIT iQAM 0 AL K7rto v rovriiiBEST HESU1JS I 1 CORRECT AHATOM LIGHT ICALLY Thesntt NIAN1 TRUSS 1HOLDS We make a Specialty of Fitting Trusses Perry and Thomas That Lame Back Means Kidney Disease And to Relieve the Lame and Aching Back You Must First Relieve the Kidneys There Is no question about that at nItfor the lame and aching back Is caused by a diseased con dition of the kidneys and bladder It Is only common sense any way that you must porn a condition by removing the cause of the ton dition And lame and aching back are not by any means tho 0117 symptoms of derangement of the kidneys and bladder There are a multitude of vrellknown and un mistakable indications of a move or less dangerous condition Some of these are for instance Extreme and unnatural lassitude and weariness nervous irritability heart Ir regularity nerves on edge sleeplessness and inability to secure rest scalding sensation and sedi ment in the urine Inflammation of the bladder and passages etc De Witts Kidney and Bladder Pills are an exceptionally meritorl bbs remedy tor any and all affec tions or diseased conditions of these Organs These PiUs operate directly and promptlyand their beneficial results are at once felt They regulate purify and effec tually heal and restore the kld jieys bladder and liver to perfect and healthy condition even In some of the most advanced cases E C DeWitt tCo Chlcaslii want every man and woman wh t have the least suspicion that they are afflicted with kidney and bladder diseases to at once write them and a trial box of these Pills will bo sent free by return mail postpaid For Sale by All Druggists Womans Friend Nearly all women suffer at times from female ailments Some women suffer more acutely and more constantly than others But whether you have little pain or whether you suffer intensely you should take Wine of Cardui and get relief Cardui is a safe natural medicine for women t prepared scientifically from harmless vegetable in gredients It acts easily on the female organs andfgives strength and tone to the whole system t ifi 38ThemitesCardniI was taken with female inflammation and consulted doctor but to no avail so I took Cardui and inside of three days I was able to do my housework Since then my trouble has never returned Try it AT ALL DRUG STORES I I Field Garden I I I Seed I JWe ipmeutofIhave just received a large s I Field and Garden Seed and invite tlI who are contemplating sowing grassoseII call and examine our line and getri csIbefore making a purchase Our line o I I Staple and Fancy I G ROC E R IJE S I was Hover morn complete than now I I T ate an dII hone 35 pi I VU z r v Fl oralf7 Plants Furnished n short notice Special attention tq designs for Funerals and Weddings 1 TELEPHONE at Richmond Greenhouses L MAINOpenA 1cBJ M IliIg 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