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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i n lrl iiLTflE RICHMONDCLIMAX= = I rOLUll1E 36 = RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 10 1909 NUMBER 23 I WAli PAPER Uneraly debilitated for years IFnd sick headuoha lacked ambition tt is worn out and all run down Bur 1ck Blood Uittttrs made mon well Annin rsChasFrei Mopsup IInJ Grapes healthful ingredient INI BakingPwderInsures delicious rood for everyday in every tome NO ALUM When Need Plastering or Concrete MATERIAL SEE BURNSlOf ROBINSON Office Warehouse RICHMOND Va1 Feedt The Right Way goodwork buy your paper from date and uptodare paper hanger Sale A fine Illinni stook aol grain farm t UOO acres Grand hou e barn fences and wind mill Only 460 pr nero For description write Goo W Threw keld Vernon Ills i272r j I in of t and on L N H IL PHONE 142 i i to get is and up to ne get an For Mt Way Editors Are Liars- Eiiiisetluywn NewDid you ever lead n weildiiij noMc that departed intifli hour the following Miss Eiti Mibul Good and Mr Slorlirg Worth were menial last veiling at hen a of lit brides parents Mr and Mi s Sw 1 on Prosperity avenue Rev JWr Big Fee officiatitg Or didyot ever raad 01 a school uitt rtaintnont wl ere the fixercito did not relrctcredtton the teacher orasnci ii gathering that was sldtantitoajo ahleecentor01 a reil Jieaded gitl whoso aubutn Irececs tri not mach admired or a funrat vlierethederoa3Fd was not the cm ftilinent ofnll virtues and where the irer aved relmivea did not hive the eynipaihy of the entire community asks the Mavfleld Mirror No md you nevor will long as you will insist Qtearitl the pi Inter mans eyes out or wreck his t fliccor stopping your paper overt nine ho tells thu bath about you You dont want the truth unless it iscomothing bad about your neighbor and then you are mighty pleased and come around and ell the ediurThat was a hot shot you gave old Brown served him right too But if you stop to notice you will remember that you never told the writor Eudi tiling when anybody else could hear you Yoa were afraid to werent you dud you dont wtmt the truth It is an item oJ news when your child fails to pass an exanination in school just as mucti aswhen he succeedt in pass Ptai 412 W P BAXTERiug But Lordhow mad you gat if the editor mentioned it Your daughters chasms alter be oiled haired dry goods machinist is notorious town talk in fact but when the wedding notion Ap pears you d oiit wAnt the paper man to Hive a notice something like this Alter sevdralmrnthjofbird work Miss App Arent Fraud hn succeeded ii Undin thjlyouui rake Mr Oy Lee TdrhNat ii hustling dry Jlods for Jones Too Lord knows she has angl ed long enough for n bjan and the whole tjwn rejoices that she has at last succeeded in landing a snckrr Now you dont want that If It is eo even if you are a goad Christian YOU self you van t the poor jiurnlist to lisk his itn nortalsoul and lie about your daugh ter Want him to go to lull vicaroualy lout you And wised you get a job ifier Bsii g every man in town you vaht us to lilY you accepted a pO8i ion And when you get flied you lautusto get uptn cur lied legs ind say you have resigned your re potsible place No the Lindborg XowsU eVietly right and tie poor editor cinnct hope to Lave any great epu ation for trmli sod veracity so long as you insist on Us being a constant Ii ir b mt your own petty littlo amtemf tible affairs And when that ort of a husband diff all we can pOSe sible say it he had his faults when is a matter of act te morality of the town goes up il percent at his demise And when your poor hard working wife goes 10 miles out in the dountry for the first tiraj in 18 years you dont want nr to call attention to the fact jou have been almreiu long Oh no jou dont want the truth Did hot you know it helen- A Hairs Breadth Escape Do you know that every tIme you have acough or cold and Jut it run on thinking it Will just euro itself you are inviting pneumonia consumption or some other pulmonary trouble Dont risk it Put your bck in perfect health and stop that cough with Horehound Syrup Piice25s 308 and U per bottle Sold by Perry Thomas nlm Old C U Boy Elected Bite IIuQaker who is remembered here as an old Omlral University grad uate was elected to the next legisla ture in Louisville last Tuesday His friends hero are glad to hear ol success and they will watch with interest his career For Sale Livery outfit best sand in Rich mond with established business Cor ner Third Water Sts tO fit WT Griggs Officially Five Individuals Washington special to the Courier Journal says This man Is ollicially live Individuals solemnly declared tho Controller of the Treasury in a decision just rendered whereupon down in Kentucky a U S Circuit Court Clrrk or rather live Circuit Court Clerks all in one loses mileage allowance But ho gets the salaries and allowances of all the live officers Tho case is that of Joseph Finncll Clerk of the U S Circuit Court at London Richmond Cut cUburg Jackson and Covington Ky In the Finnell case the Attorney General ap pealed from the action of the Audit r and asked disallowance of the mileage if the Controller agreed that it uas improperly charged Tao aaditor i now reverse Mr Finnell admitted that if he was a separate and inde pendent Clerk at each point of hold- Ing court he was not entitled mileage but in that event claimed max mum emoluments from each court indupe dent of iny other court There is a remarkable exception to the general law and practice governing Federal Court Clerks in the laws construction and practice as to the appointment of United States Courts in Kentucky When is n Clerk some Clerks U decided in MT Fin nclld favor nul his appointment to all Uvoiflies contrary to the prac tices elsewhere is upheld as valid Dout thiiik that piles cant bo cured Thousands of obatinato cases tao been cured by Doans Ointment 50c at any drugstore For Sale Privately two store IIOUECS one occupied by Taylor t Oldhnin Hardware the other known as rim llacket Store both on Main St J E Greonleaf- tf Executor All efforts have failed to find a bet ter remedy for coughs colds and lung trouble than Foleys Honey and Tar It stops the cough heals the lungs and prevents serious results from a cold J N Patterson Nashua Iowa writes Last winter I had a bad cold on my lungs and triellat least halt a dozen advertised cough medicines and had treatment from two physicians without getting any benelit A recommended Fc leys Honey and Tar and twothirds of a bottle cured me I consider it the greatest cough and lung medicine in the world Sold by Stockton and Son nlm r A SA Small Thingst o Had it ever secured to you Tacircle that a wheel is made up ofmany spokes that a minute will catch an import 3- f willnt i carry a letter five thousand miles that a smile may brighten a whole lifetime that 99 clC cents will not make a dollar BUT that a few cents saved on every purchase ofu L Merchandise will make dollars in a short time They are small things but they count The Hustling Cash Storeh1 7tv Ndf only saves you the cents t but saves you dollars We sell for cash and lose no v j f bad debtstedto pay cash for all our merchandise and can buy vi SscmfeIess money and give you a better article for a lower price than our cOmpei = torsw K abuy and sell 6n longcredits Me invite your comparisonf X v i23 ot vtf i r J f to 11L I h i t i7 V 1tY fjr f J f feSSP 4 c C iJt p r rYn tf1zr iY ee3a ria x r 1 r a r rtt 11 i i if11f i ii7J i r 7 i li t r g 7 i f ii 2 1 fJr JiJ1iI O1Gt i i ir J Iktyyi larr fr prs- i t r i rtvy rti O fi Go1 f r r i1t J1Il Ii fiPf 1JC r4 h4 t of1J if i r I IQCy fti 1 d r r Vrt v tv 11 H r cctm4d2r i i e rr rifr rI i r1 IfC 1ti t t t r JfJ ti 1 tP f fj d-J K We Selld i May Manton i l i j JIc l i l I z l Yif1 c c r3 4fT 2A1i iir jPatterns j o x c 1s 1to f t y Jo Oc Eachi J j Jrj 3 0- rt i1 The Wrong Way is to buy a lot of old stock and get anybody to hang it for you Phone Theology a la Billy Sunday Here is a story of DavId and Gc liath as it issaid to have been recently told by the Rev Billy Sunday with appropriate gestures to a rapt congregation of 8COO And so Davids pa comes up to him where he was working in the Held and twohouseother boys lighting in the army hasnt heard from them by phone or anything and shuJ like you should look tjeui up1 So Dave hops on a trolly and hikes to the front and stays there with his brothers overnight In the morning old Goliath comes out in front of tau Phillistiries and dares the Israelites to lighthim Whos that big stiff making all that big talk out there asks David II Why thats the head cheese the big noise1 says his brothers til hy dont some one teak him onePatk Dave II Woic all got cold feet says the Israelites You fallows make motired says DJVC and ho pikes out to the brook gets four pebbles in his shepherds sack slums ono at Goliath and soaks hims in the coco between tho lamp Goliath goes to tho matv takes tho count and Dave pukes him in the- slatscbbpsoff his block and tho whofe Philistines garg skidpoed A Card This is to certify that all druggists are authorized to refund your money if Foleys honeyand Tar falls to cure your cough or cold It stops the cough heals the lungs and prevents serious results from a cold Cures coughs and prevents pneumonia and consumption Contains no opiates The genuine is in u yellow package Rcfus3 substitutes Sold by Stockton and Son nlm Piggs Pure Apple Vinegar 8l 211 Its A Crime to neglect your health The worst neglect that yoa can be guilty of is to allow constipation bill lousn ess or any liver or bowel trouble to continue It is poisoning your entire system and may lead to a serious chronic disease Take Ballards Ilerbinc and get absolutely well U ho suro cure for any and all troubles of tho byPerry IWALL PAPER r FOR YOl AND YOURVIFB 7l AchcerfuI pr tty bedroom will help you to start Jin a cheerful pleasant mood ItS a i 7Imvcn of rest for you to come back to at nightiAnd all day long it is a pleasure to your wife 4 To make a pretty bedroom it is more important to have 1 tastcfulfuroiturcUiatharmonizesthanfurniturethatmerely t costs a lot A brass bed or a pretty white iron bed if X f i you prefer bureau and chiffonier of light color birdseyc s k maple is especially pretty a low rockingchair and one orItwo straight back chairs to match a mirror five foot screwed on to a closet door a sofa upholstered n cretonne a Vshirtwaist box covered with the same and he cretonne i I repeated in hangings at the window over white muslin curtains a light colored rug on the ooraU this doestnot cost very much if you buy from tw and makes a pretty t t room Come in and talk it over IDont forget to get a STEARNS FOSTER mattress That is what makes your bedroom a haven ofjrest No other mattress is so comfortable I Made in four grades of superiority 1050 to 2250 Windsor Grade at 1350 is guaranteed superior other aiherdttil muttrea We sell it on 60 nights trialjIf you ran part with it at the end of that time we will gj- ttturn your money without question or comment jji- OLDuilFand t LACKEY i VV IIIIi1BoII t t i Day Phone 76 aNightSpecialty wwraoirs s swr rr m 4 tt mim wm it I gWe Sell r vMay Manton 11 Patterns j I ijJ 1 JOc Each i I 1 t f 1 i S r What We i 30 2seII JJi 2c ic iyI fir We sell LADIES ReadytoSuits correct styles for 1000 that others are getting h J 7 v 1250 and 1500 for r V- fWeientheElite Qariieiit Companys Suits for ladies fromJ QOto2750 others get 2000 tc 4000 v We are showinlhe Elite Skirts from 350 to J250 f Ware showing a beautiful assortment of those Long Black Coats so popular for 1909 also a complete line of misses and childrens Cloaks tWe sell Faultless Cloths for men and boys Excelled by none for style find workmanship all prices from 500 to 2000 We sell The Mayer Prince Albert and R M Shirts Prettiest patterns we have ever shown 50c and 100 1 Q We sell Hats and Caps allraces from 25c to 450 We tell Dutton hofar Shoes for ladiesnone better 0 t We sell Buster Brown Blue Ribbon Shoes for children 1tesdl the famous J E Tilt Shoes for men and boys You can pay more butryou cant get a better shoe I We feJrSilks Dress Goods wash Goods lankets Hosier Underwear CG Ih fact ti v everything you want to fit you up from head to foot j We save you money on each purchase Res ptt r i Hamilton Bros yZ i iwwtfc = o v I 1tJ i13 4Cr w Irri c FUROPENING Dont fail to attend the Fur Open ing Next 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 OWEN C ee The Richmond Climax ruiusnn PERT TIlE CLIMAX PRINTING CO tncorporatedl A D MILLER Piest and Mangr LOUIS LANDRAMditor Mtmber cl PRESS and FUBUSICRS FPICE tHOO PER YEAB IN ADVANCE WEDNESDAY NOV 10 190S TilE elections Tuesday resulted in sweeping victories for the Democrat in every state where officials wen chosen and are very gratifying in deed Our own good state Kentucky has redeemed herself and while tut state government is still in hands ol Vie enemy yet the Legislature it ours Straws show the way the wind blows DOll Tuesdays results are but n forerunner of what Trill happen when the people are given a chance to make a clean sweep of the extrava ance and niisruc nw gt lug on at Frankfort gooduoneypractice indulged in by some of the states liUlu tin soldiers at Frankfort J he State guiyd is one of the most expensive of Kentuckys many bur dens It is composed principally of mere boys who want to parade ii brass buttons and gout braid A man can take a good hickuryiswitch and run tho whole bunch sqwhy waste ammunition in targe piactlce Let tortnko the money and send those boys to school EVERY few days some fellows go around in Louisville to whip Denny B Goode a Louisville newspap man So far Denny has acted wiseh and kept out of trouble but we know patience will soon cease to be a virtue with the clever little editor and Some wovldbe bully will get a dost calculated to put a stop to the as vaults Mr Goode is every inch t gentleman and those who know hia ito not believe that he would knowing- I wrong a human being But they bad better let Denny alone Threatened with libel suit Editoi Richardson of the Glasgow Times sayshcdocsnt cojrt such a suit bu ho has dealt only in facts which ht reiterates reasserts rcaflitms and repeats and dares those who threaten to bring the suit to do so and those of us who know genial Jim Richardson know that what he says fslhe truth or at least he believes it to be He is an honest fearless writer and its a pity wo havent more like him ONE thing that is to bo regretted about the late election is the defeat TF J Heney for District Attorney in San Francisco Cal He had gained worldwide fame prosecuting the grafters and sending to prison some of the most prominent men of tbe state Such men are needed in oflice and the people make a great mistake when they refuse to keep them there This killing 5f a West Point cadet ina game of foot ball will likely put atcp to the brutal sport at that In slUutlon It should be stopped every where as nothing is more brutal or N dangerous We lift our hands in horror at prize lighting and vthcn cfjuer foot ball Consistency is In dued a jewel in this case JV Ltulsvlie preacher adopted base tclms in hia sermon Sunday If rwill keep this up his church will stian be tIled to overflQwing every Sbith nil a safe wager that he will r lore clerlyB ttteed than when uiing the cuBtoaaryltow of pulpit l2gaage THE iiate FafoldM Instltnto has titofttt kIW ffalfrtkJii rMdVr rs ftiIiL t1f ip JMPK tftotf M ft A H JWii r iJ jY taal1 To win Lexington over to Christ was tile subject of a preacher in that citj Sunday The minister may have in idea as to how this can be done but doing it is an altogether different proposition If the Savior had Lex ington on Ills hands ho would indeed be up against I a proposition as to what to do with it JUST about this time the city fcl lows are beginning to remember thou country relatives anti just dropa few lines to inquire about the folks hoping to get an early reply winding up with an invitatidn to come out And take Thanksgiving dinner A Nsw York milliner has leased n fifth Avenue residence for eighteen yiard at 25 000 a year Well there nothing remarkable about that nOt married men know that she will onl- lave to sell about half a dozen hats t clear that little sum ITS no use going into details as It tho result Everything went Demo cratic so enter into your closet givi thanks therefor and lets nil buoklt lowuto work THANKSGIVING is the next event on the card We are leady but our friends the rads doubtless have littl ippotltc As Christmas draws aearerthedca irl becomes nforo loving toward Lo telldy Wonder win Now that its over lots all go or ready hank jrving turkey and i big Christmas business Were you one of the fellows wh orgot to vote for good road- sBrilliantDemocratic Victory The election el last week resulted in the most brilliant and overwhelming Democratic victory in Madison felt many ypais Madison county wind OilS always been Democratic ncvei showed her colors more conspicuous han on this occasion and it is rati fying to all to know that tne clectioi was carried on so quietly and without undue disturbance Much of the sue CMS in Democratic ranks is due to tl e honest and untiring efforts of all ti t cindidatts and other party worker who did their duty with unswerving ddelity ami especially is much credit jf this success due to Hon Jerre A tallivan who as a member of the State Campaign Committee anda Chairman of the County Democrat c Committee was untiring in hisefforlF His careful and judicial handling 01 ill allalrs connected with the cam paign is in a large sense responsible for the overwhelming victory not onh in tiiis county but in the State as well Mr Robert Terrlll who eas the sue ccsslul candidate for Oounly Cetk received the largest majority of an candidate in the county who bail oppo sition All tho successful candidate are receiving the congratulations ol their frinnds ovar the splendi I victor won on last Tuesday Below will be found the vote cast for eachccandidate and the majority received by eachv Circuit Judge- J Jf Bent9nhhJOfCommonwealths Attorney 15 A Cmtcher hhh 2908 Circuit Clerk R C Whitu 3024 Virgil Weaver 2040 Democratic mnjorit 354 OjnntyJiJge W It Shac telford J3S8 P F Adams J r2Gi6Democratic majority 3S- 2Cototy Attoiney O P Jackson 3003 CouutyClerk R JJ Ter ilL Sjsi CBMoorea2331Democratic fchenfr j DaviclllfCordo3G25Clayton Sanders2oW t z- Democratlc majority is8Jlailerk NBJones ir H 2097 S F J h WloDh7 2CSO s Democratic majority 317 AfII sJ- tIJtti TA711i1foIAlit r HMfttf Vtf14ibasssZs21ssjI2tJ M 1J1ijMkI lhnMf = iIII r oVa R Representative L Jl Herrin tonnuSIlOlSchool Superintendent John Noland 3027 Surveyor J W roore29GSCoroller G W Samuels ntlS8 CITY ELECTION Mayor Samtjel meeh 02 JudgeJ ass City Attorney T II Collil1suC8Chief of Police James AlImanhGSlMilfoul Oglesby uu 445 Democratic majorHyu 235 City Council Jeff Stone fS2 1 S S well joi Democratic III joritu 221 P S Todd n6wJ E Super i 441 Democratic majority UhO 221 T CovingUm jyj Marion Sandlin 412 majorityJell11 C9- 1tiiram 233 Alaicum u 430 Democratic majoiity ICveiett HerryOibolm Is loruu JK1 Democratic majority noon 214 Kuiil LubiUcll 691 Vm Smith i h4m Democratic majority 0 250 Magistrate Richmond Dist J D Dyliis n 354 Ia DietCiiieuible b AfSurivner nn 350 10 ItkenuiyIX 221 Majiirate Fuxtuwn T G ISurgin Constable Foxlowu DistII David Cobb Dh 3 350 Magistrate Union Dist JakcIIickett Dn 358 Constable Union Dist Enos Thomas DcOf 350- Magisirate Yates District 4J0In Republican majority 46 Constable Yates Dist 417tThtRop mlljorltyh J 21 Maijstrae Glade Dist ioGasRep mJjJt tyOICoiistablei Glade pist 59JIt p mnjiriiy i 179 Dll1tgrom mi John Young hJJi Jlepi nyijority 21 CuJtable viilliou Dst Albert U gio R t 40- 2Ju Taylor DU wj Rep mijo itt 2311 electedatMiyorJ L Gar Jollid1YCouncil Tsiaej WFowlerMagistrate Kirksvillo Dat- eS Log fui1 = tOO Constable Klrk8 i e Fra ik Tnsseyl 402 Ojnstitntioiul Anienduieut i11iAJainsLMi ajoiity rorArfrendinint 175 School Tonds ForG2aill n 115 Personals oMrs T S Todd is at Jackson Ky InLnncaiter LexingtonSatUPday IIJtfntik trMWk 1Wa J MM F R Davidson of Irvine has hot nvlsitillgerc Mr and MrzAC Scanlan were in Lexington Saturday lion J A Sullivan was in Frank fort last Saturday Judge RA Burnside of Lancaster was here this week Miss Elizabeth Anderson of Lan caster has been visiting here Miss Jessie Dotv has returned from a visit to relatives in Lancaster Mr and Mrs J A Stevens spent Sunday vilh relatives in Clarkco Rev Hugh McLellan is conducting a series of meeting in Indianapolis Mrs C D Miller and Miss Eliza beth Miller wero in Lexington Saturday Mr J A Higgins who has been ill for a few days is reported some bet ter Mrs Emma Bush is visiting her daughterMrs C P Bush in Lan caster Mrs W R Gott and daughter of Lancaster are guests of relatives in this city Mrs Emil Loerisch Is the guest of her daughter Mrs H P Kuhn In Milford O Mr D M Chenault is at Mt Jack son Sanitarium for the treatment of rheumatismMrs Chenault Galbraith of Shawnee Oklahoma is the guest of relatives hero Mr Mayner Wallace has returned to Richmond after a visit to his parents in Midway Mrs Everet Clarkrf Paris has been visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Calvin Maupin Lilte Miss Margaret Chenantt cn tertajiied her friends with a birthday party Friday afternoon Mrs Charles Wagers of Klrksvillf has been In Irvine visiting her father Mr Alex Hamilton Mrs I G Ballard and daughter Francis Morton spent the Week end with relatives in Winchester Mrs Hugh McLellan and daughter left last week for Shelbyville They will later visit In Chicago Mr Cecil Thorpe who suffered a wound last week from the discharge of a revolver is able to be out Madam Dale celebrated life reader csrefuUyherRev J N Culton went to Irvine last week where he was called to preach the funeral of Mrs Emily LaneThe Cecilian Club will meet this afternoon with Mrs A It Burnarn DtI which time a sacred program will be rendered Mrs James Winn who has been visiting her mother Mrs EUz beth Miller has returned to her home in WinchesterMrs Wooton of Winchester Is visiting her sister Mrs Elizabeth Miller Mrs Wooton has just re turned from a trip abroad Mrs J D Dykes has returned from a short visit to her daughter Mrs Hanly Nippert in Cincinnati She bus as her guest Mrs John Dykes of Winchester Mrs Mary Smith has gone for a visit in Indianapolis and Chillicothc O She will return to spend the boil days with her daughter Mrs B II Luxon The Womans Club met Monday afternoon at the Elks Club Roonnr The program rendered was as follow Current Events- Iarliamentary Drill Mrs Clarence Elmore who Ins been visiting her parents Mr r nd airs li Juctt here returned to her home in Covington Sunday accom panied by Mr Etuiore who spent Sun day bore Mr and Mrs S R McGinn have many fiiondn hero who will regret to learn of Ihtir intended removal to Versailles Mr McGinn is connected with the Kentucky Highland division of the L N which makes this change cf residence necessary LancasterRccord Mr and Mrs S W Lackey of Richmond have been with S D Cochran nulvifeMissAltiu Marksbury is in Richmond the LandrawRichmond a trained nurse has locat ed in Lancaster for the practice of her professionOne most brilliant features of the Halloween celebrations was tho masquerade bilPgivea by Mis H B Hanger in honor of her sons Har ry Arnold and Paul Saturdayeven ing Tho beaiitful suburban homo was unusuilly attractive with decora tions of prime fernsgrinning Jacko lanterns yellows shaded lights and small punkins There wa3 a fortune teller and other attractions which added to the evenings fun The girls were charming in their lovely cos tumes Some colonial Span ish girls Japs Gypsies night and autumn were rrprescuted There vcte Indian girls Dolly Vurden flutterthyIfurnished a beautiful program A delicious course luncheon was served The joliest of all the Halloween parties was given by Miss Elizabeth Crowe Monday evening from j tot oIaiiternblackally colored lloral decorations WI rc vcrvwheic ibosts and witcbc played games toM fortunes bobbed fur apples and the fun waxed fast and furious duiinjr the suction sale billingwaswere secured in payment for a few strvetfUTroughoutof ginger cake cider applet chest nuts and fruits Fifty of the young frIendsIdaughtercity Hon G G Gilbert Dead The publiogen rally was shocked to learn of the death ot exCongress man Geo G Gilbert of Shelby ville pa last Monday morning after about ten daysjllnoss He had been in de clinlng health for some time Mr Gilbert represented the Eighth Dis trict In congress for four c 11ccuti terms with ability and dlstilc ion voluntarily retiring March 4 1007 lIe took high rank In congress from the start and was recognized ItS one Lhsrnocratieslelie sUpCtbcbaraciar sition was free from all guile and those qualities coupled with his great ablity won for him many friends wherever known and especially in hia old congressional district Kentucky has iost spare upright clUzea and leader THJf b k apIMptrWit1k JUtt t ItW1 ikWt t12S 5s a t rf r lfm2i i ii t I 01 11 Among the new things in UD1E8 FOOflIEPRI I IjIforFall is the Gum Metal Button Shoe with Craven I ette and Suede tops They are all the go ill the LIi cities and you will want a pair We have them in 1 1i1 Beautiful styles at S3 and 350 Ask j I1 them f f- A I IuI to see v I fill Iii Ilti RICE ARNOIt 1i1I- I THE ONE PRICE HOUSE n JU I =f = = t Ht tt I= I J=H= i=H=H E1EH =H 1 r AlbertWhen Shall We See His Like Again Resolutions by ormal City Lode 1C PI The death of Albert Richfar re moved from our midst one whose like wp fear we shall never see gain A man of gentleness thoughtfulness unselfishness public spirit ho was in dispensable to the success of many movemsnts where quick and generous aid was needed He came among us unknown a florist to undertake what all feared would end in faUuro to establish public greenhouses oven ture that we believed only large cities can support But his early training bis skill his industry his patience ind politeness soon found the way to public confidence and support He succeeded in building up a nourishing business and supplanted the outside florists who hud always reapedn rich harvest from our large local patron age That was notable achievement fo pioneer thus in an untried and none too hospitable field for a florist marked him for sucrose His place became the Mecca of nil who loved dowers and there became no needjany more to send away from home foi iloral designs for the feast or funeral rite Thus he and his establishment became an asset of our city But death laid his icy fingers on this good man in the very flower of his own useful honorable career and like the stately palm whentsxposed in this inclement clime his body poisoned with wasted away under the dlscasountil death relieved him of his great sufferings As a Lodge of Pythians we here pay our homage to this splendid man who has gone to his reward mourned as n brother byiiitidrcdsanioiigwhnm Lc name a stranger To his widow nd children our sympathies go out in double measure Peace to his ashes K K Million C S Jessup Win F Higirins Committee Notice to Creditors All1berolis having chimi against the rotate cf Miss Ann It lan wil ease present tame to ilio under Kxt ulor or to his Attorney U M Chen iult properly verified and proven by taw iliteclad on or before Svnrday Deo 4 Claims not properly ver iliaJ and presented by that time will bo barred If any person desire to tile exceptions to any claims filed they will do so on Dsr 4th 19O at the oIHw of J O and P M Chtnanlt Ricli niond and if no exceptions aro filet all rlaims presented will bo pitd F- L4oJ as the estate sin bt reduced to cash ororJeredjliy tlie will It J C Ciienaull Executor J L Job son of Woudford sold 40W pounds of White Bui ley at Lexington at an average of f1043 Helpful Hints on Hair Scalp and Hair Troubles Gen erally Caused by Careless ness1 Dandruff is a contagious disease caused by a microbe which also pro duces baldness Never uss a comb or brush belonging to some one cao No matter how cleanly the owner may b3 these articles may be infected with microbes which will infect your snalp It is far easier to catch hah micro es IliaC it is to get rid cf ind a single stroke of an Ititecteti- comb or brush may well loath to balt ness Never trLon any holy eUud hat Many a hatband is a resting place for microbes If Jon happen to be troubled n lib dandruff itching scilp falling hair or baldness we have a remedy which wo believe will relieve these troubles We are so sure of t lU that we onVr It to you with the understanding that it will cost you nothing fur the trial if it does nOt produce tho results we claim This remedy is called UxaUU3 Hair Tonic We honejtv blievo it to be the mOst scientlllj remedy for scalp and hair troubles and we know of nothing elss equals it for effective floss bccause of the results it hat produced In ihodsandot cases Rexall 03 Hair Tonic U dovisci to banish laudruif ic toro natutal color when Its oss bas been brought about by disease nnd make the hair naturlly ilkrfof and glossy Jl lot tbPi Iu Cans It Miniuaes tb- inirlihic5 dii n ya tln grim nint ter and brinX3ItIlt n fM FaI cicualiu of blOt whivh nctirisbcV tbe hair roUrau 4m then totgbt n 1borestorative in exiatencr and no cael1 should scoff at or doubt this St lfiltJtoIrgthat they pay us nohlngor lN remedy If It does not full alit CoinpleZe aitiafacUoh 11H Vbry imrtic aJ=nliirtt J r Ii e r 1 T Small City Lot For SaleIBy order of the City November meeting I was to advertise and sell publicly on the premises Wednesday Nov 24 1909 at 2 p m the vacant lot mi the S E earner ol East Main and Collins St Depth 10i feet width 14 feet Terms Cash C E WOODS mayor2t WHAT IS I1YOME- In You Ilave Heard About the Ca tarrh Cure BL ll1ddc ton Guarantees Hyomei is a wonderful antiseptic so powerful that it promptly destroys erm Ufa yet its action on the mucous membrane is extremely soothing and healing It relieves catarrh in five minutes j it cures in a few weeks or money back It is made chiefly of eucalyptus and eucaivptol taken from the eucalyptus forests of inland Australia The med ical profession knows that eucalyptus is an absolutely certain germ destroyer aid with the active principles of cu ciiljpttis as a base Hyomei is made more efficient pleasant and quick act ingby tho addition of Thymol an an tiseptic and disinfectant largely em ployed in the Listerian System Guai ucol and other important medicinal agents are also included la the Hyo mel formula which without doubt is the greatest destroyer of catarrh germs the world ias ever known Hyomei is a powerful penetrating antiseptic that is pleasant to use It does not contain a particle of cocaine oinm or any habit forminjr or Injnr ions driiz No dosing the stomach when you use Hyomei Just breathe it in through Ito small inhaler that cinifi with each outfit Sold by lead lug dnjruists evervw here and in Richmond b IS I Midtlelton for 100 for c inpo e oufit M ONACures indigestion It relieves stomach misery sour stom rch belching and cures all stomach dis case or money back Largo box of tab lots CO cents Drcgcists on all towns v Terms Cash Commissioners Sale 1 Nellie Kcllar c Plaintiffs against Bessie Kellar fcc Defendants Notice of Sale in Equity By virtue of a Judgment nnd Order of Sale of the Madison Circuit Court rendered at the October Term theme 1009 in the above styled cause the un dersigned will on Saturday November 27 1909 Between the honrs of 10 oclock a m and 1080 oclock a mln Richmond Kentucky proceed to expose to public sale to time hJKhest and best bidder the following described property viz A certain house and lot on west of Orchard Street in Richmond Keri lucky fronting 40 feet on Orchard parallollinesoyed by J S Collins to Geo II Mvern January 31 1888 TERMS Sate wii be made on a credit of six and twelve months The purchaser will bo reqnlredto give bond with approved security for the pay ment of the purchase money to have judgmentbenrinahegnl sale with a lieu reserved upon said moneyIspaidM C M Cs O Commissioners Sale 1 Union Rank Trust Co Plaintiff againstMaurice fce Defendants Kotiin of Sale in Equity Hy virtue of a Jndument and Order of Sale of tho Madison Circuit Court rendered at tho October Term there of 1000 ilI be above styled cause the undersigned will on Saturday November 27 1909 Between the hours of 11 oclock a m prelilisesto expose to ptillic smile to the highest and best bidder the following described property viz A lot of ground on SmithBallard Street in Richmond Kentucky and beginning at a picke fence 40 feet north of time corner of Kallaids heirs thence running north with street 80 feet to line of C T Wells thence each with his line 72 feet to witl1mrlinefeet to beginning TERMS Sale will be made on a credit of six and twelve months The givebondpayment of the purchase inoney to have the force and e fleet of a judgment bearing legal interest from the day of sale with u lion reserved said 11IS a U One and the on house and Iron Sl cp Natures Restorer is when you buy one of these beds Brass Bed seamless tubes eleven fillers regular price t55 Fall 00 Brass Bed tquarc post and square fillers seamless tubes satin finish i regular price t48 Fall Price 3800 3900 Brass 2600 Bra s Bed 2 Inch post regular price 18 Fall se Price 1250 Iron Bed all brass fillers regular price 20 Fall Price 1300 Iron Bed all brass fillers reg price 050 Fall Surprise 650 Iron Bed brass top rail and price ta Fall Sum prise 375 Iron Bed 3 6 or regaIn price 250 Fall Surprise Price 135 IS FULL OF VALUES 31 iftcli 20 30 Imh Sash Net Batonburg regular 50c Fall Surprise Price v 30 30 itch Sah Net Cluny Insertion rcgnlar price 50Q Fall Stir 0rs Piluefi 35 SO inch Sash Net Beal Arabian Edge jegiilar price 1Fall Sur pr 4 Price 75 30 Inch Sash Net Colonial Pattern regular price U Fall Sur price Price 75 130 inch Sash Net Irish Point regular price 50c Fall Surprise Price 35 W 11LomnnssionerBronston1Plaintiff against Oaroiine Bronston c Defendants Notice of Sale in Equity By virtue of a Judgment and of Salot the Madison Circuit Court rendersd at the October Term thereof Saturday November 27 1909 Between the hours of 10550 ocloctc am and 1130 oclock a m on the premises III Richmond Kentucky timehighestdescribed property viz inRichmondnit said street and innning back about MrsCrlclwtMies March on north Tills is one the most desirable pieces of piop ertv in Richmond TERMS Sale will be made on a cedit of six and twelve months The ivebonJ timed3vsaid property until all the purchase money is paid T II COLLINS 11 C M C C Sale 1 A IlHrris dmr c Plffs against Fannie Harris c Defendants Notice of Sale in Equity By virtue of n Judgment and Order of Sato of the Madison Circuit Court deraigned will on Saturday November 27 1909 Between tie hours of 11 oclock a m InUiohmond nndbestproperty viz dwellitmiside of Hal lie Irvino Street in Rich mond and fronting 53 12 feet on said street and running back 115 feet in par ndjoinsIhepropertyStouffer TERMSSale will be made on a credit of six and twelve months The purchaser will be required to Jive bond judgmentbearjn2lesale with a lien reserved upon said TH COLLINSMC M C C BROWERS FALL SURPRISE l1Prlcet35 rrlceuDrapery Department undersigned tohave Commissioners therecibot9 payment mQneyis Commissioners Sale i Jefferson Cox Plaintiff C Defendants Notice of Sale in Equity By virtue of a Judgment and OruVr of Sale of the Madison Circuit Court rendered at the October Term thereof 1009 in the styled cause the on- dersignedwihlon l r Saturday November 271909 Between time hours of 130 oclock p in and 230 oclock p m on premises II Kingston Kentucky proceed to expo to Public Sale to highest and best bidder the following described property viz A certain lot oi land located it Kingston Kentucky cnntaining acres and occupied by defendants as home Or a sufficient amount thereof produte the eum ol 104 55 and cost M this action TERMS Sale will bo made on a credit of six and twelve months Tlf givbonlpayment of the purchase money t1 judIof sale with a lien reserved upon sail property until all the purchase inone is paid T H COLLINS M C MC C 4 1espera f r rDangerous coughs Extremely jj perilous coughs Coughs that and tear the throat and lungs Coughs that shake the regular cine for such a cough Ask Our We Any good doctor will tell you that a medicine like Ayers Cherry Pectoral cannot do its best work if the bowels are con stipated Ask your doctor if he knows lreclingMade by too f C Aycr Co Lowell Hm t = tjain t l ReguJar Price If Charged 1ff Tire Great WonderHas been wonderful success Bargains are orators that win trade values are public speakers that attract business R A Judge A Good Judge of Values ManyapalIeininttv more week of opportunity then curtain wIll drop this great harvest of barg ns Saveyour money by buying your needfuls this week Brass Beds Sweet guaranteed Surprise regnlarISurprisePriceSurprise Price knobs regular either 46 REAL SurprisePilen i 100Nwhir1e Mabel Order Lizzie qgainstJ above D Cough rasp AyersCherry WeAqers formulasI i Carpets and Rugs Comfort Demands a iloor Covering of Some Kind Yours to Select Tapestry Brussels borders taWatch regular price 1alISurprise Price g5- 0x12 Ajcminstcr Rug regular price 25 Fall Surprise Price 1500 9x12 Seamless Tapestry Rug regular price 120 Fail Surprise Price i fO Axmln tel Carpets borders to match regular price 135 Vail J SurprisePricegoWilt-onVelvets borders to snatch regular price 150 Fall S rprise Price 95 Extra Quality Tapestry Brussels borders to match regular price f 1 10 Fall Surprise Price 15 9x12 One Seam Tapestry Rug regular price 15 Fall Surpriso V Price l ro 0x9 Axminster Rug reguiarjii ice 15 Fall Surprise Prices l2BO 3s9AxminsterHall Runners regular price f10 Fall Surprise 00Seeminster Hogs iT1 i g ho Art Department tIs dally receiving many things of Beauty and interest that tuako suitable gifts for any ana ail occasions A visit to this department will Cnvinei you of its uptodateaess I u F BROWER COMPANY dI ANt RQADWAT WtINGtON KlKTU Y 4t 1UUS 11TiE1LI c Sd r 1j ji II J II u l I u u Oldest Established and TaiLoring House in Richmond Golden 5 Flora The Monument dealers have added to their business PNEUMATIC TOOL PLANTS whichwill enable them to do better work than ever before rhey have largeassbrtraent jf Granite and Marble and Invite their friends to call iud inspect their stockand wnrk Satisfaction guaran teed Golden Flora ceuu in mime ui toniu ouiii lady you would like o see Rot a SI50 piano Tho Climax NoticeS theCoal and Feed business of Mr f Ballard on Aspen ave weiise this method to invite our friends and the public for a share of their patronage We handle the celebrated Rich Mountain J Jellico Coal which we guarantee to give perfect satisfaction Giveus a trial order and pet acquainted with our Coaland method of doing business 1 1 Thoiji Son illll ffi YALIJPAPER We have added to our busi ness a Hue of Wall Paper con sisting of the I Latest and Most Up ToDate Patterns from Sets a bolt up We are practical in this line of work and will be pleased to have you call and get our prices Estimatesfurnished for any sort of interior decorations B Jtiett Son Phone 449 145 First st IF J4 THE UlTO DA- TEJEWELER Szcond Street opp Court House Lalgeand cornpIeL stock G Watches Clocks Diamonds Jew ry- Silvery re Eyeglasses We call especial attention id our facilities for repairing All work done promptly ard fully jruaranteed 4 p Jc e- We t are Receiving th 3 Choicet t Lot of Evaporated Fruit The best Canned Goods and the choi j1 cest brands ot Fancy Groceries View make it a point to combine quality C with quantity and always at the low i- J est of market prices 802 our teuitiful line of t- J Queenswarc Wooden Granite aid Willow Ware SiWELL McKINNEY 1 GROCERS c Telephone 223 1 TRYING Yeager Dont get the idea into yot r mia J that all yards sell ihe rjooJs at the samp piices Tiu res ohvarsone yard that I u Is is better studied and closer pricrcl ihan all oth Io esnecially id s Luna er ari3 Building Matciia1 Came in and lets conyiirofe you that ours is that yard your rplexities wilt end and ED BLANTON COMPANY Tellpll 4a itIN fa i 9tp ofJ jf c tit III SterIiugt l 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 i city to select from Flue Line New Style Hatsti Furnishing Goods Suit Cases Trunks Umbrellas etc at lowest prices for high class goods jaB StoufferClothing n1it Entries To Date ladieslwith one thousand votes and their fiiendsaroeoinfj to work in carne t iho race promises to wax watin to the liuieli Each starts with equal showing Piers J remember that every one brirgiiin ai innch as ten dollars in cash to the oflice by Saturday afternoon go1dJewolrthe number of votes entitled to It is not to late to add other names to send in any you wish iljyme Powell Mobpry Ollio WinkNr M lefly Annifc CNckrill Vaeo Katie PitmanWaco ddie Mellon College Hill Stella W9SOUIWao Gertrude Grinstead Moberly Lucy Tharj Waco Nannia Whorton Valley View Olantha Bresslor Valley Vew Eloise Million Newby MryTcdJr Nowby Sallie n Parish Silver Creek Lula Wheeler Kirksville UtdrneFarrl8 Silver Creek Mariette Jones R F D 2 Richmond 0ara Gibson K F D 2 Ricbmond Hallie Coy Kirksville Margaret Carry While Halt hattie Muberly Ritlliijti Eiz xbelh Farris H od House Oary llauarn Rtithlon Lucy Viliatr8 Ilutliton Martha Kins Cottc nbliip Voia C use H F D H chinonU crilta Lear Hnlhloa Miy Xb r a Knthton B hel Garrett U F n Richraond nnle Cluitopheril Fl4Kclnuond Mora Davis Hod Ilousn Vriah Asbill RF D 1 Uiohraotul CfHt Nurthcutt Aalley View M pgie Kids Union CUy Mary Thomas Laura Dozi r CIcva Duni Mary Parks Lucy Ja1ls Mary H S learror Irene ilcKinney ira e Ialtoj Ret Irons hIntWIlF1Doylerilto Grace Wagers Pores IN RIChMOND Margaret Plielpa Antic Heniiett Cohen KtEsii Parks OtOierine Scott Mallio Vii Duncan FisterSRuEssll tou1rrSAlary O dio i Zilali Oliver ruD1icaeF flaring soul icy farm I will sell on he premises 5 miles tonth of llicb nonil near faleast tn tho hijjbesi tnd best bidder beginning at 10 a 11 on- Thursday November J 8 09 he foIlowiiiR property 4 extra work mlle f Gynarold iiurc awl cwl No 1 niilrh w w f1 ilioatis sro liarreis of No I while curji Otonnof tiimihy han iO tO IIof sl alfa 3 largo ricks of tria jl l ujrey uid liarijrs 14ii pounds 7ti itiga hell jaitmt itiiir fanning iiiifiiiants of all ciniU liOKSftioM and kitchen fiiriJmrt UlIsiil ir g uf some of tho oilIest Btylf if mihognnv mid walnut furniture in axistcnce 100 pallors pure old grape win T Have SIB 000 to loan on easy terns Terms thuto known on day of sic M B WHITES iute2 IwxfiJ Kiclimihd Ky It you have noticed fyniptoms o- ekhln3ytrDuIJh dcrnot delay in taking o mnst rcliibo xnd dcpondabln njnmdy possible such as UoUilt1 Kidney lHaiMrr Ii Js Tlipfe ivonilerfnl pills arc biniuSel with gipat satisfaction Ujr tTiontarids of peiplo Try I VVjls KijtcV and Uiaddcr Pills today Sol by retry Thomas nlm Farm For Salc j18 acre T10 l fttbbacro c rnand hn frlinYIIt ioiinv Tjinilef lrf n Rich 11111 f rubIc Ttedv5- N iiv 23rd nt2 rm WSrUnnEVllT l r Oijnburn Kv BfoWltiS LiUlc Eirlv ursera tfce arCFlirc p601 casjr HiiJtf livei pills Be sure tagel PyWiiOd t rboi Uzcd Witch TIf54 Salvo lJC brlglna Alw jrref usa substlmtus anti jmits ttont theQftglnal poWHlV r root iW Whih ltte Ii gb J RiUtiLtf U t A ReyeluUpnefjf Pusrnle ITbe odd rhymes TMsrc wilU in early part of the Revolutionary rlttCJ1tnrmy downward on IJdC of the conjtjm they Indicate an bolllIunknown Hark hark the trumpet sounds tho din of Wars alarms Oer seas and solid grounds doth call us all to arms Who for KInK George doth stand their honors soon shall shine Their ruin Is at hand who with tho con gress Join The acts of parliament In them I much delightSShate their cursed Intent who for the congress light Tho dallytolWtThey soon will sneak away who Inde pendenco boast Who myhandMay they for slaves besold who act the Whiggish part On dallybJesslnspourContusIon and dispute on congress ever moreSTo North and British lord may honors still be done I wish a block and cord to General Washington National Magazine tlearchli9htOn wculd be safe from torpedo attack but for the searchlight The full moon lights up a torpedo boat so that it can bo fired nt when nearly a mile away To produce the same illumination with the most powerful artificial light an electric arc of 100000 candle power placed threequarters ofn nille high would be needed If the aid of mirrors were not available nut with this light and an Ingenious arrangement of mirrors it Is possible to surpass the moon Searchlights are now made which throw light n distance of sixty three uUtS but objects can be seen only a few miles from the source of the light The effect on the enemy 13 most demoralizing When the bright beam is suddenly thrown on the eye the pupil contracts violently when the beam is removed the eye can see noth ing If this be repeated a few times it takes all the nerve out of a man so that only the best trained and most courageous can continue tho attack London Answers A Disappointing Witness Deacon Stephen Potter one of tho pioneers of Utica N Y was n man of great eccentricity but high moral character The deacon will speak the truth and shame the devil was often said of himSOn one occasion a friend was engaged In a lawsuit in regard to sonic land a few miles from Utica He held the land at a high price During the trial he called Deacon Potter as a witness to prove how valuable the land was The deacon was sworn and asked if he knew t he land Yes he replied know every foot of It What do you think it worth Mr Potter was the next question The old man paused a moment nnd then saldslowly elf I badas many dollarsas my yoke of oxencould- irawon a sledon glaze iceI vow- I would not givea dollar an acre itlYouths Companion Flag PropertionsSIn the United States ling the width lengthItiment For example hin hag ten fret long the strjpes should be five inches wide Accordingly the flag would have si width of five feet five Inches or title teen times live Inches The licid should be of navy blue bunting meas tiring seven stripes deep and extending two II m across tbd length of the flag There should be fortysix stars on the field arranged in six rows beginning with eight the twomiddle tows hav lug tight and the last row eight ami the other rows seven The size of the star nt Its widest measurement should be such that onehalf of Us own width will separate It from the next star Flags may be made In all sizes but- thl above proportions should be pre served Philadelphia Press Cat Exchanga In Paris SParisnuv chats This establishment Is situ ated in n big chamber at the rear of a wineshop there nrc legions of rots of nil sizes mill colors which are to be seen Jumping and heard miantnnt It Is said that the customers are by no nii ius tender hearted old ladles but for the most part furriers glovemaU ers and cooks A good sleek maton realizes from Ufc cents to 20 reins Jhe skin has a number of usages and the flexli according to tile story finds Its way Into the strxvpnns of certain ros tntirants possessing more rnlrnftlsr tItan scrupIeChlcngo Journal Two cf a Kind Sirs Hoggs hate to have a man ixlvvwys complaining about some little olfJlnulllly1I1rllluV RgB Yes and my Imsbaud lian been klrfclng on our front door every worn Jtg at S oclock for the past twenty yearsPuek Kept Him Dusy anyfrleids 10jlItpraaerSA HardJobSWUiePlp1tlwret a big black bug readhilgVnhlnr8ton TranscriptS To make laws complete they should reward as vH sas iiiiiItstihTdmlth HunleyiWill buy or sell your bouse farm town lots or any thing else in the Real Estate line Any business intrusted to him will Ac promptly and careftillyJiattcMiled to See him if his se Ytesare neecl ed Iiit TIw A prohI 1W to i IvlifS unrJ tnrntli IJwri Jwi6IfnobrIlmllKinbro lor sttTidiitit5tni iiltajijbepatttrn i iHlty besuillut Qhirht Ifl5E novoHien lire jQ tSIti t ciEinbrotcclon Mis- sEYaRQbtt ftIIttut piS cQISJ p1 Ads as- Reputation iPropsT Letus build you an inch ad in this paper a column ad a page ad or any old size adtLet It tell in forceful terms What youve got to sell What its worthlWhy its best at that price Such an advertisement in this paper will bring buyers who hardly knew you existed before you advertised lUrajright lSC3br W N U Ready Wit Many good stories are told of tho Poet Craig for so many years a familiar figure on the London cricket and football grounds On one occa sion Craig began at the Oval CiVn tleuicn this Is my favorite ground when some one Interrupted Craig you snfil that at Lcyton last weekSYes sIr returned the unabashed poet and I shall say It at Canter bury next week The ground oil which the noble game is being played before an assembly of Intelligent and enlightened purchasers of my poetry is always my favorite ground for the time being Hut Craig knew how to keep au Im pertinent interrupter in his place Oiicc a stout red faced man broke In on cue of his speeches with Craig youre making a lot of money out of fools When are you going to set up n pub When you come and live next door to me sir was the answer and the red faced man turned crimson- Another man nt the Oval once said Now Craig tell us bow much youve made out of bad poetry More I venture to Fay sir than youve made out uf bad manners London Scraps The Wall Street Game The burning question on Wall street Is always whether stocks will go upor IOWa If any man were able to an swer It correctly he could make him self a millionaire Illn day but specu lation Is neither a fortune telling nor a gambling same and the man who be lieves otherwise Is bCmnd to lose lib money and to join the ranks of the dis consolate disgusted and depleted who make the outcry against the evils of Wall street says Leslies Weekly The winner In Wall street Is gifted with the same business characteristics that bring success In any hint of enter prise lIe utilizes them In buying and selling stocks just as he would If he were engaged In merchandizing lie knows for instance that prosperous conditions are reflected by what are called the bank exchanges by railway earnings the record of failures the condition of the Iron market the bat alice of trade and especially the out look for the crops Baked Cheese Omelets appetizitigways A good rwipe els fur a pint of milk four large eggs one heaping tablespoonful of flour one of huller and a tcaspocvful of salt Let the mill hoat on the stove until If mirlii the bulling iilat nI tin liiiltrr and lour lo a cream and xradiiaUy mix II with lie hot milk taking carp hat no- lumps form Cuuk tlu mixture for five minutes Let It cool and add the egg after boating the yolks and hi whites ropnrately The whites should Is beat en to as stilT a froth as possible Pour tJlrlnkllsome of the checst through the omelet The more ch ccso used the better Let the omelet hake for haf nn hour or until It Is south so that It will nut spollnIIYork Tribune Corn Gets and Wheat ss 3eed School cliIMivn in the crowded part of New York do lint yflcal of corn and outs and wheat by those triunes but al wajrs refer l i hern as Vfetls Thfr other day In one of the big schools the eachur was talking to her pupils about rtitueslforwhidowt0g05dren appeared mostly with cither oats wheat or corn While putting a few grains of each IlT the earth the teacher referred to them by their familiar names One cf tjv girls In tire class took courage to wt ffle teacher right and said Some one urns aod you wrong teacher That pointing th the wheat Is trend seed an that yellow stuff aint com Its pigeon seed We always call hem that In the block whore we liviVJCew York Sun HusbandIttttirtuhuig City n irankford iijiii drew a photograph showeditman whos In love with you It was taut a good picture out of Iuhtftogrnpbsflue thin to be welllaken nnd there was little likeness His wife lookout nt the picture lot several minutes very touch puzzled Finally site SimUe up youhImtills see And what did he tell you Philadel phia Times To TemVHim- So youre gdg to lutnxliuc base ball among tht prhsonersY dont ap prove What will become of dtiicl Iplfciey iStnaulptstooohistreiueroul re j warden conidentlv well make lihiixumjiiivy Ihiladelphla Ledger V r A Matter cf Hours JirtrK Vfiai li iift dllrlr1I lit twean a vciii- ijrvtnH TJwt IIIUIIildII vt1trKr iiWi VaiigsWIjy in ont piit pjVt JiUfiic tu Onr u tfln the ether hdt HfIHt XIur Imr- it v1 c cf fcticn 5ftheWwcdnt ci1iege T flU niIshled Site is going fEjarry one of the1 roflessors S1 UpORWrftei IteCfcAQ 5ew r fRADE MELf irena Mwran bizsinen awl tuC a w vi IN 1Ittf- tWfataa tt j t a 4 ot TafNMaretokt of ways ta wbfck poeioflk ofcklate in clined ts keep too rigorously to the loiter or their regulations bate bees tbwnrtel1 On one occaslou a man asked for 240 penny stamps nod ten dered payment In copper The official declined to receive It whereupon the lIIallbeglln buying and paying fQr one tamp nt a time Before he had got a dozen in that way the postofflce official hal surrendered It roust have been the same man or a near relative who one Sunday went Into a postoffice that was open for telegraph business only lie handed la sixpenny telegram and asked to be suppled with two stamps e3Ides No ho could not have stamps telegraph business only was transact ed Innocently he asked be might have hIs telegram back for a moment to nd something He added four words lo It and tendered the additional twopence The form was returned to im with the stamps to affix Cross ag out the four additional words be affixed the sixpenny staunpv pushed the telegram under tho counter rail nnd walked out with his two stamps Ion don Tatlcr Extreme AbsentmIndedness The queerest case ofabsentuiinded ness lint I have ever known of re marked the night clerk of a certain Ho tel was that which happened at this hotel early yesterday morning Two fellow boarders one Jones by name and the other whose name is Brown occupied a room on the third floor Well Brown requested me to have him wakened nt 3 oclock so as to al low him to catch the 4 oclock train lie was awakened nt the requested time and In his hurry to dress himself he put on TonS clothes by mistake He did not discover his mistake tint II he reached the depot and would you believe there the speaker paused when lie found out that he was wear ing some one elses clothes he Imme diately returned to the hotel and went right to bed- I dont see nny absent mlndedncss about that broke In one of the listen ers You dont Why he thought that had awakened time wrong nan Life at the Pole Life at the pole is a perpetual battle with nature in which man Is often worsted lIe was frozen to death Is the end of many biographies While a man is In health they speak of him as stronger than death as if death were a watchful enemy always waiting for his chance But life is on a large scale up there Instead of the petty alterna tions of night and day they have tbe great seasonal succession and whether they are waiting for the long light of summer or the long dark of winter they enjoy a keen delight In time pros poet of a change such as we can never know In the tamer arrangements of our climate The long dark docs not keep them wholly inactive We read of expeditious after bear and bunting on the ice by torchlight but in the main their winter is given up to story tellS lug conversation and contemplation Oared No More Yes said the famous M P 9used to be pestered to death by a bore My secretary was a good natured obliging Chap nod he could never find It in hIs heart to turn the bore away Just as sure as I was In the bore wascertaln to be admitted tOno day after nn hours martyr dow at the mans hands I determined to end that persecution So 1 called my secretary and said to him mys eriousiySIarton do you know what makes Smith come here so regularly osir said Parton I cant say I do Weii Tarton said I I dont mind telling you In confidence that hes after Jour job Prom that day concluded the M P I saw no more of the boreLon don SemIs Seventeen Year Locusts The seventeen year locusts are some times called Pharaohs locusts because thinS nuilcr ft sound that resembles the reppiitln ncr and over of that historic name The notes nr songs are not what might be termed vocal as they are pro duced by tli rapid vibrations of two very thin films that cover a small car ity at the brse of the abdomen In some localities he sound produced is somewhat different from that beard In other sections Along streams espe chIlly along tin Ohio river the notes are more bass while on the highlands mid especially III the mountain regions the sounds prodiieudmire more shrill Omaha WorldHerald An Advantage- A well known Scottish clergyman got Into convirsaUuii In a railway car Huge with n wurklngiiian who informed hIm that hsd been n coupler on a railway for several years Oh said the minister van beat that I have been n coupler for over twenty years Aye replied the workman but can uncouple aid yoi cannaf A Mortal Insult Mrs Iiliiilptiiii want you lo set iinother doctor rlgh off DImpleton WliatH the nutter with this one Mr- sliwldetullVi1at do you suppose ho said nliont baby lIe told mo must treat him 11n hunfan being Drotherly Resentment Young MvthtM proudly Everybody says the Iciby looks like me Bachelor Brother nmawdi The spiteful things Iout say bat to your face do they Secrets Dont complain of people tellin yob Kecrrls sold Uncle Ebon buy couldnt do It If you hadnt stabled it WasMnglon Slar Mild Laxative for Baby Free The child of today is the parent of uphealthyandDepends upon the intelligence of its parents for most children are born into world healthy but thousands become future wcaklfngs between birth and the age of ten when the parents are still in greatest control thetnrrachcheerrulromps aunt plajs and novel whines tho growing child learns well at school and is eager for fun U Its head Is clear and Ka stomach light and that means if it teas no constipation The best and safest way to euro Bay bowelsInSyrup Pepsin This is a liquid laxative wonderful in its effect as Mrs John W Dunhofti Apple Creek 0 Mrs H JU CullMH Plalnvlllft lad and numerous others can testify wha give It to tfeehr tlilljren with extraordinary results laceordlDrioas C0 cent bottln wiU do a wonderful amount of good In a family It caR ba of the family tn contI3t1onsaur ctcaiacb indigestion torpid liter heartburn sScle headache and efcadar digestive travWec pnhrtabletsnot be given to chIldren women or oM folksif m bays a ehM or other member el the family who needS but has never wee title grand laxative tonic send your s Had address to thedoctorMII a tree trM kettle wilt be sent to your home IB Mtf way you caR flail out what it WU- IIh4lit 1IWOflflI DenM If there Is anythtn about tyour jllaienit that 5yott florit understand or tt oaw7At any jnedloal Mvice wtte to the dodWy ao4 transwer yai p 1u ItMMIJ j l A srt1WLJg rt 1DrDentistSTelephomSbT Office in Oldhara Building Dr CH Mainhart Graduate i cuegtVeterinary Surgeon CALLS ANSWEHED PROMPTLY Offlco at Vaughn Samuels fctnblo Telephone S3 BIOHMOND KY J G BOSLEY Physician and Surgeon Office over Slanifcr Sopcrs Rooms 2 and 3 Main Street RICHMOND Office Photic SK Res Phone 210 G D M OHENULTA- TTORNEYSATLAW flCHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen alts groceryS R Emmett Million Successor to Unrein Dc- cnrDENTIST Over State Dan Trust Coiupnuy TKLEPHOHE SS6 Dr F S Smith DENTIST Hobson Building PHONE 205 ferry M Blanton DENTIST WOfflce lb Bennott Balcinj j nly TELL PHONE 198 Dr Hobson Dentist McKee Block htf Carriage Work B M LACKEY Prop Carriages Runabouts BuggiesS Road Wagons Surreys Carts We handle the best brands on the market and sell Ijiem on an absolute guarantee of satisfaction Prices Always Lowest For Rent Eight offices in the McKeo block Steam heat water and janitor service Splendid location and very desirable Possession at once Also the store room on Main street occupied by Charles Pmgg Apply at once R J McKes With Zaringrs Patent Flour a good baker becomes even better And even an inexperienced ono can ge satisfactory results If theKirld6pBnv turn out good biscuits bread or cak dont blame her at once It rnaybi the flour Order a sack of ZiringV Patent today cud note the results itt dollars to donahnuts she will do bettei with Zarinrfs Patent Flour lVHITES Cream Vermifuge THE GUARANTEED WORM REfqEUY THE CHILDRENS F VCRITE 7iNIC CIWAHC or IMITATIONS THE GENUINE rurE onLY BallardSnow Liniment Co CT JOt rso Sold by Perry Thomas It is always cheapest in the long run to gel tile best We do the very bestS Concrete I ork I Give usjybur order anc1Y91t1 will be well phased iy satisfied RK 81001 fUM CS L ll t + S5 4 TODD I SON15HJ541 Contractors and Builders I t SS i 1 laUl of l I I Mantles Grates and Tiling l l l L TODDSONI IThe Burton Water System I Water Works For Country Homes nr oar Pneumatic Water System water is forced anj vrhete in house stable or yard for all domestic par poses and for fife protection Cool water in summer and ice water need not be supplied to stock in winter Tank underground no freezing or bursting of pipes Entirely automatic in action Air pressure eenerated by band puaip windmill or engine Sold oa 30 DAYS Awarded two medals and Voids Fair Hundreds works plants are in use TRIALIthese satisfied users and of them In hook totaL It personal opinicasa copy accorcine licultr3 to your C A J3URTUN WATER SUPPLY COMPANY- i Kansas Cil- ysA Mo The latest best and chenros plant for stoiinc water under pressure always reliable Flue nnilmfe Cnn Ie put in v yniir e1fint opernted liy hand motcr jnpolirecrfit c Bind inilli nil in tIe late st IrEt ntrrfUHY f yr tn 1 his i Ilk if iitril ft r Imrp rcttitiy lie nrr iuLtirl rn Ill eel IInd n le nilopled tom ny place conditiiiii or These systcniB arc time best IfyntiAvant to tit up ouIplace modern and have all the SplendidforGet a Uiirtoii System oil your place and have iatils and all tiie comforts of a city lionie The osl Is slight the hen tB great Sold By Richmond Motor Piumbing Company Iiicorrorated ttSTlils cut shows a well tIlIi hand pinup uNcffzc2A rRepeating Shotguns j rn1NDORSED by thi u s 04nance Board The choice of over 450000 Sportsmen Used by Charles G Spencer who led all other trap shooters in 1908 with g67forout of the first eight men for the year Winchester Shotguns are safe sure strong and simple they arcIr THE REPEATERS THAT OUTSHOOT r = ILL OTHERSS Its Building Time Ifyou intend to erect a house store buildingsIand submit prices on your work Repair work neatly and promptly done First class work guaranteed Get my estimate before making contracts for anything in the line fS carpentersJ JEFF STONERICHMOND KYS A Good Stove Saves HEATSA Defective One Wastes It Hence we handle only the very best stoves that we know are reliable We Sell the Wonder Heating tmm AND THES i Model Cooking iove C rSqB Undcf an Absolute Guarantee I Taylor I Oldhain HiNwanMn TJ TTf F fIU j 1A i w9iIz 7 uc r Madison County = T Hardware Co l 1 1ISHEADQUAR ERS FOR l Cooking and Heating Stoires Farming Implements thtF Hardware of All Kinds GIVE THEM A cALLw = J LET US DO YOUR i2 i JOb Printing it WE WILL PLEASE YOU t llaXd1 ftrOar Snow Liniment Positively Cure Thernathn3Nctraigia Lame Back Old Sexes Wcistds Sprains Druses etc Give It a Trie and fe Convinced Theo Sizes Price 2560c cad 100 EfiTCOIIPERRY THOMAS cf1 George Engllth- PLUMBING j j l t I Doctor for I I GdS and Gasoline Engines I l Worirslf I 210 Eo Main Street PhoneS6I9 I l RICHMOND KENTUCKYIz Texas LandsIn the Pan Handle of Texas arc now offered by the S venson Land Co to purchasers in lots from 80 to 10000 acres at12 to SO per sore located oa the Santa Fe Railroad near Dovina This land is deep virgin soil almost perfectly level line roads good climate no malaria or mosquitoes Private oars leave here on the fifteenth of this month with low rate for the accommodation of prospective purchasers wishing to make close invest gatlon of this property For lull informa tion and illustrated literature see or write to FREEMAN GRIDER Office over Perry Thomas Heal Estate and Insurance Ag- entsLOE AIR TIGHT IIOT BLAST e f l ct l SI 4 i f tofT if Th a I Burns SLACK or SOFT COAL Without Smpke or Soot Heats Double tiie Space Heated by any other Stove with half the fuel Clean Neat Economical The kind to buy for service A Money Saver for Pepplewho want Good Stove afr an Honest Price See it in You will like itfr or = r NLJ EXCLUIYELY BY i i liTy D Buckley Co FhT1IAIN STREET RICHMOND KY0 un a oftnr F a operation FRBSH OYSTERS r GOOD mArS COLD DRJKKS iT3RYTmXG GOOD TO EAT ALL HOURS RICCrS NEVI BSTADRANf I fancy CrocerJes Fruits Candies Cigars Tobacco Come jrMata otjd Seconl RKHMNPJKY 0A4 IfAI I J Y P e f7tt n r 1I t iPub1ic S le- IjBank and Hotel Stock The undersigned Executors of If B Dilhngliam dlCIwill ellat publc auction to the highest bJtWor iu I Friday Nov 19 Og Sixtv Shares of the Capital Sock of oFJtchi1II0ndshares of the Oipital Soc of tiit Kicbnioud Hotel Uo Thexe stocks will be offered to suit purchasers and will be fclJ oil a credit uiiiil the 1st o January 1010 with six per cent inter st from lift v of sale with privilege t pay cash Nite3 witl sfcuriy required payable to ile undesigned Tim sale will take place at2 ocock before the Curt Housdoor in Uichmond Ky 1HDCIIBSACLT TiionrK TUYBOIlN Bxcutors I8tPUBLICSALE Having acid mv farm I will dispose of the following property at my place 3iniles from town on the Lancaster pike at 10 n m on T unYjNovgm n 19 40 head of short Jinrn cattle 10 of which are bulls 5 head of horses 2 of these being Wilkes mares the others being 2Ilixh1I1II ues one 2 earold and Haxliall hone two jcarold fitly by MaeogaoyJand out ol a Dr Hooker mare has gins quarters in 40 seconds aftf r 3 months handling I pair good mules IB liandj l icn TOO bates of hty 250 barrels of corn A lot household and kitchen oral tore my competo aick itffarfning finpleirieuts ami other things too iiu merousxo mentIon JAMES 11 WHITE Long Tmn Chenault Auct Public ale ifStook Af odininistrntiix of she ertile ol A Li McICinney I wiil otTer nt public sale 011 premises near Union Iity t 10 oclock a in Wednesday Nov JO J909 Th f ilnwiirv property The coni TomCrnnlonold wncl has spfcndiil style and action He was sired by old Tom Covingtou IUchrnolHtCblef lalcenOh2tldamParsons Covineoiitat Sqiirrellieftmlfqiiirrel Jrs 1st dam lay Hird 1014 the dam of Verdict by Old Tea vine 83 blnrkjnkblCjjllRotiB Pdrks she by Plank Mack he byTurleyjIckliuAlso Ilio 110 jack known as the Cdn peliAreltTerms will be made known on day of saleMrs Ophelia McKinney Administratrix At same Limo and place I will sell my fine Jack Black Wood Jr Black byOrphanHawk ho by Imp Warrior dam by hhyMtiinmothjWood hebyIt W T OLDS Commissioners Sale Annie S Allen Plaintiff aroinst CT Allen Defendant Notice qfSale in Fquity By virtue of a jodirment and order of sale of the Madison Circuit Court ron thereoflUl9Insigned will o- nSaturday Nov 2009 between the hours of 10 oclock a m InRichmondpose to publicsale to the highest and best bidder the follvroiiiK described property viz Lots 24 and 25 inJJronstonn Addition to tho city of Richmond Ky fronting 100 feet on Moberley avenue and running back 130 goodhousegood tenants Said houses will be sold separately and then as a whole Term Sale will be made on a credit of six months purchaser if he desires may pay cash The purchaser will be required to give bond with approved thopnrchaseeffect of a judgment bearing legal Interest from dav of sale with ji lion reo jervfitl upon said property until all the purchase money is paid T H OOLLiyS M CLSI C C Commissioners Sale James llffilatnst3 W Hooverc Dft- sNotiof Sale in Equity By virtunof judgment and order of ilo of the Madison Circuit Ooprt ren tiered atthe October term thereof 1903 iiithe above styled cause the uuder signed will ou Tuesday Nov 23tt09 between the hours of 10 oclock a m and 12 oclock m on tho premises of pubJtesaIeinle ollowing described property yizi Three Tracts of Land Tract No I containing lit 10 acres TractNoCrfelrRIchately and boundariea vill be fnhtfekeO on lay ol sale- TerrasSale will be made oil a credit of six and twelve months TFie chaser will be required to give Wnd paymetitjodJltneutbtlarin2leka prtyjp- T H COLINSMOLoq- Figgs Ptia Apple Vtap 12prt4 HUI J1WIt i tnri k1 t hL to tie Richm MtiClimax PKni THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO Incorporated A D JtflLLERy Peat aid MaHgr LOUIS LANDRAM Editor Huihrtl PRESS ASMGSAT- PUSUSrCRS IEA6UE EBICE flOO PER YEAR IN ADVANCE WEDNESDAY NOV 10 1909 FAKM OflCllANb 4 BY EETRIGGREGISTER ROCKfORDlK JiCORRESPONDENCE I SOLICITED This matter must not be reprinted with out special permission THE NEW YORK WAY The New Yor city board of health has recently inaugurated a vigorous warfare on the common housefly as a prolific spreader of disease Among the more Important recommendations to the public whose cooperation is asked in the campaign of extermina lion are the following Keep flies away from the sick and kill those appearing In the sickroom do nqt allow decaying material to accumulate near the prem- Ises cover plies that do accumulate with lime or kerosene keep receptacles containing garbage covered and the contents sprinkled with lime or kero acne keep all stable manure screened In pit or vault or sprinkled with lime and kerosene pour kerosene Into tho drains burn or bury nil table refuse nnd screen all windows and doors especially In the kitchen and dining room The same instructions give the following as the most effective method of killing tiles Dace in plates or saucers about the house a weak solu tion of formaldehyde In water two teaspoonfuls to the pint It has no offensive smell Is fatal to disease germs and Is practically nonpoisonous except to Insects The youngsters could drink a sauccrful of this without suffering serious Inconvenience and enough formaldehyde could be bought for 10 cents to last all summer A SANER ATTITUDE One of the hopeful aspects of the campaign which Is being waged along the line of a conservation of our coun trys natural sources is the remarkable change which has taken place In the attitude of the lumbermen of the north nnd west toward the alms and work of GlfTonl riuchot chief of the forest service bureau But a short two or three years ago they viewed and styled him as n well meaning but enthusiastic idealist who had a whole lot of notion that wouldnt dovetail in with the cold dollar and cents considerations which were uppermost In their minds TInt now that be has succeeded Indem oustratlng to them that the only thing he la after Is such administration of tho forests as will give them a maxi mum usefulness and make them a per petual source of revenue they are un- stinted In their praise of him as their chief benefactor As a result they are cooperating with him In every way possible Including adequate measures for the fighting of forest fires the cut ting of timber by selection and the protecting of the seedling conifers as well as the Introduction of met hods of pro setting wood anti timber which will add greatly to their life and usefulness This change of attitude is most wholesome end bodes well for the coming years BUYING UNSIGHT There are a number of fruit ranch promotion schemes lu several sections of the west which the cautious In vestor would do well to Investigate thoroughly before wasting his money on them We refer to tracts which are being developed by men none too scrupulous nut advertised as ready to bear at the end of tire years when Inspection of the tracts reveals itie sorry fact that nut only were poor find cheap trees set out to begin with but they have not been properly pruned or cultivated during the five year period Before Investing In any such fruit ranches the prospective buyer should not only Inspect first fmud the condi lion of the tract which Is later to be his at from 300 to iOO per acre but should Inquire with even greater pains into the financial standing and reputa tion for Integrity which the moan hack- Ing the scheme have with bankers and other conservative and reliable people In the community If a fellow line his senses with him he would not become engaged to a woman thousand miles away without seeing her or buy a horse unslght on a strangers recom mendation lie should use as much Judgment In buying a fruit ranch THE SKUNK CABBAGE Botanists seem agreed that nd3 tinct purpose Is served hi hnturcs economy in the foul cdor which characterizes the carrion fungus or skunk rabbage The stalk of thIs variety of fungus is hollow antI on Its top la borne a wrinkled cap perforated lu the middle by an opening The surface of the cap Is covered with a slimy green IshblacU mass of spores and mucilage Various flies and burying beetles de calved by this odor Jire attracted to it in the supposition that It Is decay lug animal matter Alighting their feet become swemtllthSltresitnd mucilage which they carry nWI1nnct distribute getting nothing for belt pains A Brazilian relative of the stlnkhorn besides practicing the de celts mentioned has a conspicuous white veil hanging down front the cap which travelers say Is slightly pbos plioresccnt at night ivhlcli causes noc turnal Insects to be drawn to It Swinging desk Eland tar typewriter New CompleteThts office Land For Sale As executors of estatepro F Bur nato we offer at private satabtut 400 seres olIandlvlcgtwo mite East of Kingston w BfecIIill rd lI d Iv Greek road apdjiJa4at luIAOBe- mige and J n GriwMtf Cu cSTMled into two lartMluflHarlyioqutl with fair jpKv ireftta 9ttfIeptwiMtng of two VeBiMjMui barn t UiqteiAt MM aetr to YJritlii wWMiijMKlTBw tf Motift l grimi Wdf saeM tsoO For cm1II1 i 0U t Itr i has 19000000 peach trees and 13000KWVf HKHU are said fo have been in betiri the past JBcason Kerosene poured through the drains will not only cut accumulated greaSe sad filth but make It hard sledding for the bigg and bacteria that may be Itf them Jts cheap too It the cold storage egg fellows clean up a profit next spring oil eggs which have been laid by at from 18 to 22 cents Jlcr dozen during the past six months the consumer will be entitled to public sympathy There Is seldom a cat so black but some tiny white spot may be found In Its coat and rarely a person so doprav cd but the divine spark of moral sense and capacity to do better exists In him somewhere if one but look closeSy Of all cheap things that a fellow should keep shy of are sefums for the treatment pf animal diseases The federal government tins a force of men who do little else than huieiown frauds of this character but findings are published too late to be of help to fellows who have already taken the bait An advantage of early tall plowing that is often overlooked lies in the fact that the greener t ho weeds and trash on the land wlieir turned under the larger Is the number of seeds which will be kIlled while the decomposition of the growth turned under will be more compete dS that do germi nate and show hcadabove ground Wilt be nipped by the frost The continued difllculty found In se curing Riilllclent help to properly hail dlo quarter section farms and larger is pointing inevitnblyto a reduction In farm areas as about the only effective way out of time difficulty When this comes It will mean a more thorough cultivation of the remaining acres more satisfaction In doing the work and as large a net Income when the books are balanced at the end of the year RurIfirlenllycovering It with straw or timer Utter where It Is It should be dug up good roots and packed In earth withII box In the cellar After bclng on a thin layer of soil In the of the box the roots should be inols icncd and enough earth sprinkled in between Mho stalks to prevent drying out and to complete the bleaching process Time women folk should not overlook the matter of lastiness and neatness in their house dresses for the reason that they lire seen In these more titan lu their si reot or company gowns I f the kitchen dress looks Ilkc n meal Sack or worse with a string at the middle John can unruly blamed if he thinks Mary Is not qultenmi careful as she used to be II might be added how ever that thla shoe tits the former as well as the latter The question Is now and then dis cussed whether bees do primary dam age to fruit that Is whether they have the ability to make a puncture of time skin and tuna render fruit liable to further Injury by themselves or other insects The best opinion scorns to be that bees cannot from the for mation of their mandibles pnncttlre the skin of fruit though It Is conceded that they will suck the Juice from fruit which has already been punc tured There Is some coni ciisatiou after nil In the way climate and temperatures are distributed From May until Nov north state folks haw a season that could hardly be Improved upon while those of the southwest have dust and dryness and those of the southeast heat and humidity During the ter months the tables are changed amid the latter havethelr Innings while their northern neighbors are harassed with coal bills frozen water pipes and frost ed noses It is inrhaps well so If the country Is to be uniformly peopled A difference of 15 degrees In average winter temperatures as between two localities is a factor which will largely determine whether certain shrubs fruits nod flowers can he successfully grown or not In latitudes or sections where a wittier temperature of 20 below P fur a considerable period is likely the pear peach Knropeau plum many choice varieties of roses and other shrubs are virtually proscribed In rare instances this lower tempers ture way conoer thirtysis hours n latitude where the warmer tempera tuna usually prevail anti a a result havoc is wrought with the tender things A long step will be taken ahead In the matter of discriminating public charity when laws are passed apply ing to nil the country making It an offense to give to time professional tour ist beggar In time eases out of ten It they are physically able to gid about the country eating nil kinds of grub and drinking all kinds of water they would be able to stay where they were raised anti earn ail honest liveli hood without prostituting their self re- speCt by launching ito the field of confirmed beggary The eyes of those whose teudernessof heart leads them to give to such folk would be opened could they see the snug sums whlcli they convert Into drafts every Satur lay night In litany Instances more than time weekly wage of those who contribute to them If travelers of this typo want tq work for a meal feed them If not direct them to the town or township trustees who have Jill arrangement for providing for such folk For Rent Oflicvof two r6MH on ground iloor TnSihagel building Also ono good stable could be used for work fehop Phone No9 4 Wanted Good reliable men and women cs igeuts Pay good salaries or coromis ion Call at orcti Miller House 333 West Main Toe biggrbusness lathe s of that better character of la rlfYIIv1 is flawlm both i6 to qaaity delivery charRf tt Tks waaio en Ute wiie e ur alspQvemby the cot Usual iscrpas m i ren ageof tile fXaciK critical public the public tlutU neyeriwtutiesJr with secondary work Are yottea tomrufburt 04IiJ 1Q8 Ht QiLwvj trl1InJ j IaCrs1eIlor tatcr I11hfJlro JaOO60 that the fowls can barfr a feed pt It at least cweck0 A pig lira long way better off with bog cholera at three months than a boy Is with the cigarette habit at thir teen Clrcunisiances dont Justify one in indulging in very heavy specula tion In either case The present Is distinctively an era In which experts In some one line are winners la naxealin is there Brcjkter demand for the expert the buc equipped and tried thanJn cgrlcnjfure and In no fjclds is toll more Jfieaklifnl or reward for effort more sure The eyes and teeth of young people are entirely too precious physical as sets td be neglected In the shameful way In which they so often iircItb- oys and girls doubt the truth of this statement let them questIon those who are helpless without their glasses pri cant properly chew a square lineal Tvifhout store teeth The conditions existing lu the cow stable coupled with tlHfcarc given the utensils In which the milk is kept are the chief factors In determining whether the butter product resulting from the dairy operations Is gilt edged western extra or rancid stuff that Is barely fit for food If la just a mat1 ter of filth and bacteria or absence of Jit that largely determines butter qual fly r Owing to conditions ft drought vice railing during the growing season In many of the western and southwestern states corn Is grown hut little and that only where irrigation 11 possible Another condition in the coast states that is unfavorable to the proper maturity of a corn crop Is the almost universal cool night the result of time Invigorat lug breezes which set In from the ocean just before sundown s Land worth front 150 to 230 an acre in France and Germany devoted to forestry Is so scientifically and wisely managed that it gives a nice Interest rcturnon this valuation In America the landowner begrudges tie voting cveu fifty dollar land to the growing of trees and thinks It Is poor ly used at that It Is evident that we have much to learufromtho foreigner along the line of forestry A headache Is natures warning that something is wrong III the physical economy the palu being tim danger signal hence the taking of any of the so called headache medicines whoso opiate properties kill the pain do not go to the root of tilt difllculty at all but merely patch it up often working more permanent Iwrm titan they ac complish of temporary benefit The proper course Is to right the disorder which Is responsible for the ache Among other good habits which young people should develop In the formative years is the habit of work the ability to take hold of a job and arry It through with thoroughness nnd persistence There are lots of young stern who are not bad In the way of having bail haliits yet arc not worth a continental when It comes to doing anything dctjiiltc and positive In striving to be good there should bea definite purpose to be good for something Whether laud prices In the newer fruit sections of the west are being boomed beyond a reasonable limit cnu be pretty readily ascertained by con suiting bankers in such localities and finding out just bow much per acre they will lend you n1 given piece of mud after It comes Into your posses slon If they tell you little or nothing It is evidence of their belief that in practical operation the land will not give a refuru which represents a fair Interest rue on the price which you Ire asked to pay If they are willing to lend generously on time proposition It Is likely not In the boom class A whole lot of town anti country dos rush out on passersby as fcc quently as they do because they arc III bred nod either dont know or have not been taught any better If tfiey were collared two or three times re turning from such jaunts as these and taken but behind the woodshed and given a good larruping with a lath they would soon cultivate better moan ners Its all right for a dog to hart and advance toward rstraugcr when he comes Into the yard but when be chasps out Into the road and scares passing teams he Is au nil round nuisance Theres many a man with gray com lug lit his hairtoday who will tell you with all seriousness that he would give almost anything If he could bo a boy again nod have the opportunities for schooling which he once Intel but did not prize anti take advantage of A sad thing about such regrets Is that they seldomcomo until It Is toolaic to rectify the less The right time to fully prize the educational opportuni ties Is vheu the boy Is going to school nod still tinS in his bonds the saying of whether that Avhieh he guts out of them will bo much or little 1arcnts who appreciate their lack of advan tages along this line or Who did not ciakc use of opportunities that were theirs slipUld do everything in their power to make their boys realize tIle high value oCschool days and the wlsV dom of waking the most possible of them lbneytp Loan on Good Farm Lands t1rthwistern iiutual Lila lii surance Ocviii loan money 11 jiei cent Interest On good improved farm nods on Mortgage Apply o J X ChonauU Atfy C9 f lidimoudKy Silver Toilet Sets Notblnji will be Dsmucb apprecia ted by tkobrjdu aDd grotfui aafiomc IhSnjiAhat will bo of practical as well as liechratlye ils lu otter words silver backed hair brushes combs HmafllCIlrQ slsCtcr In jbcSO llncswp are showing spIes id aprtiuifltsassorttnents tltt- couiyre fayoubiy with the most empl tty o ked of nitropc1iian sUbkiMCMtri prices lhataJi BHti tetter ilaX tboee quoted he- i6tiih J YQwfl wel1o Inspect bittr Mekre ypi buy elsejeN 2 U t p JAC it ilMifw M4MNl OolyAbsotote SmMte OMUtmmg StcweKRfilfth IIW THE WONDER OF THE AOE ThelIOTBLAST AIRTIGHT Florence IPATE Tgp JUNJ3SI Patent ffl1stalncl hU S CUcult CourtJulsf J1ni lateuit bU S Circuit Court ofApnt nnrch 6J9OG Beware of imitations and unscrHpalouB people who clsim to have ft stove like or just AS good as the Foreufce jib no bedeceivetiby such false cliis andfidd it out when too late Examine the Florence carefully bpCbr you buj NO SOOT NO SMOKE NO DIRT NO CLINKERS r EVERYTHING CONSUMED 5i ttthe end of a seasons use with soft coal there vlll be no soot in the pipeJHucf- r p 4 2 THE ZENITH OF STOVE PERFECTION rl i No heat ton No lip No Genera Prices See Radiant House Heater good now hey TOG The PU fy i you fcil4re 4kTheni antttne they ccicii and prwporAe Ibcm tj The bottom and base witlFf W VflbeenThe leg bottom and base makes list flpCkeepingIt will good fire keep years Eeni itistodaysSlt The Hot Tight Florence will JieatftwrQph space heated that can by any ojlher stove on half the cost The only perfect iloor heater that is has been made All features are and no stove dealer user can copy usesame for sev i yars from date of patent without incurringliability for an ac tion for If the Florence is Operated to The No 21 will heat one small room all vinter with 2 tons of slack or lump coal The No 42 or No 23 will heat 3 small rooms all winter with 234 tons of slack coal The No 51 No 25 will heat 3 or 4 roomsall winter with 3 tons of slack or lump coal The No 53 No 27 will heat 5 rooms all winter with 4 tons of slacker lump coal I The 55 will large store sfenool room with G tons of slack lump coal For church less coalwill be required T- Will burn 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 gases filling of the stove pipe or flue with soot dirt inside qrout coalbaseconsumedfuelDOUGLAS SIMMONS 11 J IOurs r PrlClNowpiece of Furniture for that odd corner that you hale I needed 1showin1UMAN f HOME FURNISHERS y r Furniture Carpets and Stoves 5 lOpposite Hotel Glyndon Richmond Kentuck v We are Headquarters for Supplies for all Machines Hv C DOry SURVEYOR Solicits UioPatronngo the Public Reasonable him or write lliiioii City Ky For Sale as If WhilE 0 R APIlSf of rirViifrJeiMl iBkijdipen s picturesJarplctures Hfl dQ1r wIfs- piittria for aud the lh to JOokie jttieetlri a1tihr1t tl4o1 diys1- t1a 8t eIl that Uthedlarrt11 frtr bc Schke1 SM1 J r r jointless be a ttwenty s BlastAir f patented manufacture or damages According Directions 2 or orlump or or a or or a a co z Swing Machine 0 y 1 yoi as or or r WINTER TOURiST TICKETS TO THE SOUTH and SOUTHEAST f ON SALE DAILY vrA QUEEN CRESCENT ROUTE 3 GOOD RETURNING UNTIL MAY 3ht 1910 For FnH PBlctAiri ciiioi or write II cKING P T A 101 E MaIn St Lciinsfon Kj rr Furs Hides Irci c+ tHagsELctelephone audi will call J t M WIDES i 1 TELEPHONE 863 203 Estill Anue RICHMO P ig hew Quartersltf I ireparedthanthedi yozr ndes Furs UdITOII FlebGr rlea us S and Vegetables in season r 7 hur a rtnLr f tU0 ILn J t 7 j y lAcOi I i0 1f 4 rSpp a gl I ugSi Brussels Wilton Velvets and I9x12Axminster Best as I I sortment ever brought Ito this I I city See them before you pur I chaset e I i BENNETT and HIGGINS j I Furniture and Undertaking I Telephones p 73 Main Street I T s ITHINK ABOUT tN C I 0 11 A U L A matters yen afford to delay F nition what avail is procasti T bestin a Jew weeksIprices will be ET us therefore haoIyour order now GET INYOURCOAJNOW We Deliver Quickly TehhoiieItO Rex Red Ash Jellico We have tim exclusive sale A trial order will convince you that ouro is a little better than you have lipen guttin elsewhere and possiblylesFall Weight orjCoal Forfeited B II Luxon Bro White Plymouth Rocks for Sale Cocks and CockriHs each lino lira T H COLLINS i For Rent Sora room on First St Suitable tor allY kind of unmiieei Apply at tf A Dobroffsky Strayed- A Blajik JJerkshire sow weight about 250 pounds tf JO Reward For return o open face gold watch and fob Both watch and fob had monogram W A B The hands on watch were god Return to this office an J get reward 2t Take Notice I hereby warn all hunters both white and black to stay off mv property at Moberly The grasp corn and everything on the farm is so dry that a blaze wouldbe very destructive therefore 1 ca not permit anyone to hunt on said land Jt NEVILLE MOKHHLY Imo Beechnuts Packing Cos Breakfast Bic n 22J cia per jar Cheaper than in the stripe TTCovintouCo- Highest Market Price Embry Moberly A Co will begin at onci to slaughter lurkoyH for the t laiiks iving market at their pens at- M berhy station The highest market pries will be paid for good fat fowls lIme Vcco4S2 rings or 812 rings 2t Strayedor Stolen From stock yards Sunday before Court day n roan cow weight about 750 pounds Any information concerning same will lie thankfully received J W Martin Richmond Ky Gw Le Us Winches or Ky n1 Hog Feeders and Breeders The cheapest and best way to cute hogs is to keep them well Bourbon Hog Cllo era Remedy puts and keeps hgi in a healthy thrifty condition Jut wait for your bogs to get sick A fp v dosas now may save the loss of vUr entire herd Sold by Perry aud lIJII Notice toLadies Having decided to establish a Toi let Parlor in this city I hereby notify the ladies that I ani prepared to do fcalp and facial massaging hairdressing shampooing and manicur ing and earnestly solicit their patron age and support Will call at their homes AIns J C GEOHO- Enl04t 142 E Main St Strayed Stolen From F J Perkins place near IbId in Sunday night Oct 10 a biy mare about 15 hands high fore top sheared and was thin whoa she disappeared Any information con cerning her will be thankfully received E T Perkins no 3 2t Baldwin Ky Farley March Mill qBIU 1 l iJ A J AroundTown gradedSchool Carl Todd has bonght of Edgar withbegindiately The National Fox Hunters Association is meeting in Jjiwrenceburjr this week nnd tho city ia turned over to the visitors flood morning Aunt Charity How are you and how ia Richard Oh he is poorly but thank God he cant oat meat MissionarjSocIety ATsociety on Monday afternoon Matinee Saturday nftornoon Door open at 230 performance at aoo lOc The police at Latonia seized a lot ol sacks barrels and boxes containing over one thousand dressed rabbits which were being shipped to Cincinnati in violhtion of the game laws it is charged Ive decided to quit business and close out thA entire Stock by January 1st I have many good bargains as mv stock is all new and things are going at a price J K WALKEU The concrete work in the court house yard has been finished and the crad ing is being rapidly done When fin ished it will be ono of the prettiest court yards in the state for which the citizens of Richmond are very thankful to tho Board of Magistrates J P Ingrain has returned from a trip to Madison county Ho reportc that corn is selling readily there at- fJ per barrel That beats the price being received in Boy as tho average price here has been about 225 a bar rel Danville Advocate Miss Mamie Powell daughter of A D Powell this place anda charming and popular young lady and Tobe Rroaddus a prominent young farmer of lobe ly were married yesterday Miss Powell had made her homo in recent with her grandmother at- UoberlyEsIU Herald Mr Frank Chase and Miss Effie Northcutt both of Valley View married Sunday afternoon at the lletho list parsonage by Rev Crutclifiuld The groom was a member of the Rich mond base ball team the firat season and iwell known here His bride is he daughter of Dr Northcult former ly of this city Federal Court United States Court Convened Mon day with Judge Cochran presiding Monday dml Tuesday were taken up vlth delect g a jury- Oyster Supper The ladies of the Red House Metho list Church will give an oyster supper Friday night proceeds to go to the church Everybody invitrd Farm For Sale 113 acres The best tobacco corn and hog farm in Madison county 7 miles from Richimnd Public sale Tuesday Nov 23rd at2 p m B w sru RmwANT Oottonbnrj Ky Old Fiddlers Contest The K P Lodge will give an Old Fiddlers contest at the Princess Skating RinkSaturday November 20 In addition to the above contest splendid music will be furnished and skating will be indulged in by those load of tho sport Prices will be announced later Splendid Collection of Books Mrs Susan Duncan announces that she is now prepared to take orders for Christmas books Sha has an un usually good collection to choose from and her lisj includes such interesting works aA story of the North Polo The Worlds Best Poems various Christmas Stories Stories 9f Art A rag book for children All of the lit tie colonel series etc Be sura to see Mrs Duncan before placing jour or der for Christmas Appointed Deputy Sheriffs Stewart Strader and Pat Downing lImo Grass League ball players are BOW catching tbiaves lastead dlfiles both have beea appointed deputy sheriffs in Fayette county Stewart will HOW have to Work hard sure enough If be keep some of the citizenS of Fnyetta In the strait and narrow ptttM Utratcllr e ieii hi thief as fewtlr M W ea eMI hs- Itl 1IItttiIf ittp1tki10 P4tf jil 1MItl iaS F Special Quality and Style in1Suits at1500V- eset 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 paid c own5pprofits to the very limit we squeezed into these suits every five cents worth of quality possible They are rich patterns in the newest green brown and gray mixtures as wellas plainer effects in wide variety they are tailored in the latest style and honestly made inside as well as out Come to see them they are matchless values at the price S15OONewest and best in Overcoats and Raincoats Hats and SCaps Underwear Gloves Ties Etc The smallest boy or the most experiencedman trades here in perfect security we have the same price four lowest price to one and all THE QUALiTY To The Slaughter Mr J M Azbill onp of the best known grocers in the city announces that ho will begin at once to slaughter turkeys for Thanksgiving He wiJI WKtha for q 5Qt owl Phone S Wanted ERgs If you want eggs give your fows Bjurbon Eg producer This prepara tion is a natural condition powder for laying hens which acs gently on tho liKOitive and eggproducing organs iml makes thorn lay amazingly Try It and see Sold by Perry Thorny Kentucky Colleges Receive Rich Gift John Steward Kennedy one of Americans little known rich men died ast week at his homo in New York City Ho left more than 25000000 to relistous charitabe and educational Institutions and nearly half of this amount goes to Institutions connected with the Presbyterian church Cen tral University of Danville receives 20030 and Berea College this county receives t50000 Be euro and see the Ameturo work Thursday night at the Opera House They will go on between the first and second ehows 0 Special Announcement An entertainment entitled A Trip to the Holy Laud will be given by Prof Geo Main and sister who are natives of that interesting and historic land At methodist Church Friday Nigh Nov 12nt 73 p in They will inv in their native ton trio and give lot beautiful illustrated pictures of Jerusalem and Damacut vlth all tha surrounding couatrr They will alo appear in their native uMtunio and by personal demonstra thou explain the ways and customs of ilia people of tho rfoy Land Ereiy oneboth young and old liDUid see this entertaiumen It will ie for the benefit of the Methodest Cb rchadmlseion 15 and 25 cents Tickets on stile at Richmond Dug Co and the Racket Stove He Covered Too Much Ter ritory Mayor Woods has rpetrlted a joke on himself and will bo kept busy explaining unless this item sufiiccs tic line issued a long printed state mont of the effects of local option here and addressed it at the tophTo All Distillers Brewers Saloon Keepers and Enemies of Local Option II did not occur to him uutil after they were mailed that probably many re cipients would fancy he really classed them among tbn enemies of tem perance He says he sent tho circulars to everybody to clergymen and to legislators to city officials and judges to merchants ana mechanics distillers and temperance advocates here and elsewhere the object being to roach all masses wIth tile facts pre sented DEATHS A dispatch from Danville 6iys r Dr 14ii BlatUon of this city JIM received news of the death of lila brother Dr Joseph P Blanlpn of Jefferson City Mo Dr Blanton was one cf the most briIlUamen fJJistJay H Was a roaster of art doctor of law and philos ophy Mo was a prominent educator all of hue life being fonnar president of Idaho State University Bud late con nested with the University f Mi- sI01lliDrBfanton fica Virginian by in the CeufJerate- AniiV aIthiohi a mreyottll aOim of iir lid s ea In gf- IWMiii WiiLtt trill t1t Ittbliu- Utf1lttV IinI ffUfM r VD es on And Contestants Are Work ing in Earnest 10000 Extra Free Votes Will be Added For Every 10 Re mittance on Subscrlp Ions For every ten dollars turned In on subscriptions during the week of Nov 8 to Nov 13 waWjll give 10003 extra free votes This is positively the boa offer that will bemade during the con test It should induce our cmtestanta and their friends to put forth an extra effort in the work We will also extend the offer of one thousand extra tree voo made in last issue ot The dim IK for another week and it will diminish 103 votes each week hereafter Contestants Jet the extra tree votes oh old as well as new subscriptions For instance if tho ten dollars arefor all old or for part new they get the extra free votoi for every ten dollars turned in between Nov 8 and 13 If thoy turn in twenty dollar during that time they get 20003 free votes and so on 8 you see it is to your advantage to get in all you can by Nov 13 We will give 900Q extra iree votes with vary 10 turned In between the 13th and 2th of N ivembpr Run in ber this is abiolutolv the but olFjr that will 13 male during this Contest S now is the time to work EXTRA PKIZE oou uiso The extra prVe a gold ring tur quoise set will ba presented to the contestant not having already won a special prize who turns in the moU subscriptions between Nov8 nod Nov 20th This ia a handbome pris and should l s quite aa inducomrnt fur the contestants to rut forth their best if forts All voles count inlhe grand lriz3a ilOO piano Several of our coateatans have won handfome prizes and they ire well pleased with same Get into the contest ineainest and secure tome it the handsome ptizts we are giving sway and also get vote uhich will go toward winning tlia pinn Se adver tisiinent elaewheio o fc r moro particulars regarding the free vote offtr Dont pay 30 cents for Bacon when you can get Ucerhbas Packing Cos Breakfast Bacon for22cte per jar at T Ti qovngtonCoR- UTITON Miss Krona Williams spent Sunday with Mrs J M Cotton Miss Alms Agce ofKlrksiIl has bean visiting Mrs Chas Agee Misses Margaret Hurt antI Maude Spainhower were visitors hero last week Mosdames Wells and Gastcrncau of Garrard visited Mrs David logic recentlyS Mr and Mrs Gco Gates have a line little girl whom they have decided to call Mora George Peel anti son of Nic laT vihac spent Sunday nhjkt wltkMr Janice Griggs diLlon at present The weekly circulating prayerieet- lag was bold at the horn of Mr tfouHtalni WU it taker WadaedteT night and resulted in a Very UeaerJeial meeting These meetings have been in progress several wttki an4 already THit lI haa be n lose Tile in- HIdteifM MthflrtMai MM popl- iNIt htllftftlnl Iff Mtkittl-w n wttrG II Counterfeit Money- A new counterfeit live dollar silver certificate has appeared and the scc et service issues a warning to the public The countorfeit bears tho Indian head and Is of tho scries of 1899 has the signatures of U S Treasurer Treat and Register Vernon anti is describedas having check letter B lace plate No 1242 and back plate No 882 It is a well executed photo crapio production on two pieces pipir between which a few pieces ofI silk have been distributed treasury number is U 0700151 A Good Team There ipne thing at least of which Richmond can boast and that is ona of the bet it nt tIn boat cored football team in the state The team as it stands today is the equal of any of the Kentucky college team and would Jive tho bst of Hum a goal arga meet They are well trained and work together like regulated machinery hooker as tackle Vulcan Irvine as full bock Joe as left end J D Phelps a right en and Atnbroje Irvin as uarterback are brilliant players and could hod their own In fs company Especially isthis true of Phelps It is doubtful if there is a faster end in tint state his playing being wonderful at all times Thl team has not been de tented this season having defeated teams from Louisville Danville nnd other places Compliment to Madison Women Thesubj lined article waa copy fiom Jacksonville FloiiJa paper and complimented two of Madisons most prominent ladies Miss Laura Clay of Kentucky daughter cf Gen C11 Clay of Richmond In that state who was u minister to Hnssia uiider Abraham Lincolns administration will make an address on Civil Service Iviform for thw department of club work Mrs A L Alunroe of Miami be tog its chairman Miss Clay is a stu dent besides which her extei sive travel will make hurtnlk most profita ole and inspiring inasmuch ns there is great need of civil service refoim tier work along thesft lines has been lelt most advantageously In her native state Kentucky where Bbo lire per haps done mIre than any other oce woman for the ad vaucf ment ol her sex Her worktoo everywhere she hiasgonc- hiss left rcfeulu that have won lauicls for her eIIortaln civil service rsloiin Mis Clays inclinations are directly inherent from her father Gen Clay who was wellknown asa diplomat Miss Cay accompanying him in her childhood to thin Husjien t ourt where he represented his country 8 minister before which lie figured prom inentlv in the ilexican war She is a thorough gentlewoman notat all mas culine and thoroughly informed upon all points of tier work Sh ida decid ed bneinejs woman and manages ama nificcnt farm of her own in the Blue- Grass regie n of Kentucky near Rich mond Mrs Frank Jennings of Jackson yule formerly cf Richmond Mies Clays old home and a member of the child labor cothmUtee of the federation of her state experts to make a tklk along this lint Mrs Jennings hiss Already made her gtrong perspnfllity Jpltitl ForUIa club work and she may expect to rep maul Confers in the future lIrsShackJoroFlorua4 gracious elite pte lLlLnt lute also been asked to mike a address before thq Inland VaterfcvB coaveiui m to be held tn Jackson me in Novembw btt because 1 her oVie urcM t duties just at Jthts flute ha bea xtMp H tQ decline Mrs bielfoq4 uewe4rr Iti ihndittnJJattlwifff1W u c i Our a Top a at 0- I worth 400 c A corker for the price Eithr black or tan Full i2 inch top n raw hide strings heavy double soles select material throughout You N cant equal it elsewhere under 400 Come see it for yourself By far the largest stock in Madison county of Lace Boots Bootees High Top Shoes and all kinds of fgoo Winter Footwear for both men and boys Quality always higher than the price Headquarters for Ball Band Rubbers r in every style You kipw their reputation L = 2E IOEIOCE L 8eltmarkJlericcs p3OOOExraFrcGreat of1Mr II7i5i554 Buckeye HIgh Shoes 350 COVINCTON BANKS Agriculture in State Normal Schools Agriculture is to be taught as a regu Jar branch of the two Kentucky nor mal schools by next September if the plans of the Normal Executive Council and 1rof J G Crabbe State Superintendent of Public Instruction go through Domestic science fa to be taught also and it is expected that the two schools can be made real schools for fanners where they may bo taught to make their farm lands more prof itableA of the board of regents of the Eastern Kentucky Normal Schools is to bo held in this city on November 18 The day following the icgents of the Western Normal at Bowling Green will meet with the re gents of the aslern Normal at Rich motil On November 20 there will be a mooting of tho Normal Executive Council which has Control of both normal schools and at that meeting the question of the course of study for tho bchools will be considered The course for the session beginning iu September will be taktn up and ar ranged atld the Council will decide whirL shall be taught und how it shall oe taught Pastor Galled Dr R M McCorkle of Nicholas yule fillet the pulpit of the First Ire hrtorian Church Sunday morLiug and evening and pava intcrctng and beneficial talks at both services At the morning service he presided as Moderator over a congregational meeting fur the purpose of calling regular pastor This resulted in a outy and unanimous call being extudeft to Hev D II S anlan of South Carolina It is very gratifying to the members of the cchurch to know tht such hearty and united efforts are hem made to keep the church in the condition Iei by its lat i beloved pastor Dr J Addi sou Smith Everything financial and otherwise show an encouraging future and while it is not known that Mr canlnn will accept it Is the hope and belief of nfl that he will Ho is a man of highest culture refinement nnd brilliant intellect and is all that could be desired of him r rpirltually nnd n every way a worthy successor to the beloved and ndnvrcd Dr Smith The ollicere of tho church are lo be congratulated that not a Sunday cince Dr Smiths resignation have the doer of the chuCh been closed but regular services have bteaCondneted on Sabbaths and on Wednesday evenings II Mr canlan accepts this call his coming will prove an addition to Rich mo id as hehasan admirable family Compliment to Mayor Woods The present City Council hold their last meetlug Thursday night the cflU dais elected last Tuesday taking their seats at the regular meeting in December Bfore adpurimi tho following resolution wasuuanimously paEseiVby the Council The teumuof officepi tho preEent City Council expiring wih Hil its last scs sion we desire to express to his honor Mayor C 13 Woods our graternlap- preclationol thin fair and Jmarlhtl manlier he lISA presided over deliberations mind the gleat set vice tie has rendered his city and this com Inn ulty His fearless upright Un s0 fish suit untiling devotion to the iuteiests of the City hitS hi our Opinion never been qnnleil in out mUlL icipal history IIe neglected no duty shunned no responsibility anti alwavs nnd at all tirarfi was ever alert to the welfare toi the community Nothing pertainintr to hW ofiiceditl he consider 10 trivial for hicr fUI and conacien theirs aUfntiou Vre feel proud of the fact that his service tohia city has been 11rpratmated Wy ci Yiu jf to S oilier tiling iii IHe for the Iwtterment cityhrt 1Of1aut luM IPi It1I Sixteenth Anniversary The P A C Infirmary has just passed its sixteenth birthday Mr Hrutua J Clay feeling the urgent need of an institution where the sick could receive proper and scientific treatment save to the town cf Richmond nnd the County ol Maliscn building and grounds costing him 7000 to be used is a hospital This generous gilt was made on two conditions that the lies pital be trained in memory of his wife and that if within twentyfive years the institution ceased to be used as a hospital it reverted to trim During the sixteen years of its existence tIme idea of hospital treatment tor the sick has grown until the present building is inadequate to accommodate the number of persons who apply for treatment Threo years ago the Infirmary As sociation undertook to raise suilTctcnt money to build an annex to tire present hospital antI has so far snccceded that plans of the annex have been wade and are ready to be put into exe culion The addition has been planned judgementiloed Several hundred dollars of this rmount must8tillbe raised anti in order to do this tire Infirmary Board and Associa ion have decided to ask for member ship fees of one dollar and lo tlrs end hayejssu d such n request on a coin card to citizens of tire town nod coun ty The following responses have been received Mrs Kellogg Marie Louise Kellogg Mrs RL Gentry R L Gentry Mrs Paulina Arnold Mrs Eugenia Hume Mrs A J Suit Mrs Rose Jarman Mrs L B llerrington Airs Harvey Chenanlt Mrs CD Miller Mrs B L Banks Mrs James Smith Mrs G D Mrg1TbomasJim Deathernge Unknown Mrs A M Benny Ed Brown David Dunn T D Chenault Jr 8 S Parks C W Trib ble Mrs C R ark E O Stockton Mrs W B Smith Mr and Mrs G W CrutchfieH J D Arbuckle M C Kellogg Mrs J W Caperton Mrs R A Moran Mrs Elizabeth Crowe Miss Ruth Crowe Mre M A Phelps C U Mackey Mrs Florence Thorpe A C Scanlan Miss Laura Clay Miss Helen Bennett Mrs James Bennett Two donations bloshire been received one of ten dollars from P P Walsh and one of five dollars from Miss Laura Clay Mrs A C Scanlan has become life member by paying f2 ij This privilege is open to any one who may wish to become a life member The Infirmary will appreciate the re turn of any card even tho not accom panled by money postage being always inclosed for its return Each month a list of responses will be pub lislied Killed by Train While walking across the bridge across Slyer Creek this side of Whites Station on last Tuesday Brack Mun daycolored was struck by the north bound L N train which passes through here at 155 piii and was in stantly killed He was hard of herr- Ing and did not hear the warning whis tleand it was impassible for tho engineer to bring his engine to a stop in time to avert the accident Big Crowds at Opera House The splendid class of vaudeville which the managers of the Opera House are putting on attract big crowds every night The programs which are changed three times a weok consist of clever sketches illustrated songs musical acts of various kinds and an unusually higliclass of moving centsIadmits all to a shOw for which many have paid much larger sums and that to see not S3 gooi an attraction The polite vaudeville of the present day proves a drawing card v Cooked Food Sale The Junior Mission Circle of the First Presbyterian church will hold a cooked food sale on Saturday November 13th at T T Covin tons Store Every thing nice including salads btatonIbiscuits croquets etc will be on for Sunday din ti- erForinne TellingIBy cards tea leaves mid by those who make guesses is perhaps amusing aunt lyItregarding yourPST PRESENT oDd FUTURE you roust consult n naturmit born CLAIRVOYANT One with a good reputation MADAME EVELYN DALES gift of Alediumship and rthegioI1ZBO Readings for 50c During tho prppcnt week If you have claimingliladont get discouraged Without asking It single question MADAME DALE tells whence and for what you come GIVES FULL NAME Tells how to succeed in business and nil undertakings when and whom you will marry how to win the man or woman you love how to control those you awayTellsdomestic troubles cures drinking habit restores health reunites tho sevendeyslocates nronertv recovers hit I uen treasures HoursjSundayEverybodyConveniently located at 136 East Main Street Madam Dales foes will positively bo higher after this weak HERES A STUNNERiFOR YOU MISS CONTESTANT 10000 EXTRA FREE VOTES FreeVoUExtra Free Votes with ery10 between the 13th and 20th of November ri Each contestant should get several of these blocks of ten thousand votes this week ttd also a largeyote next week when 9000 Free Votes will be given for 10 The free vote is in to the regular vote for each subscription but you must bring the full numIIber SJO in order to get the free vote Under this offer 10 new subscriptions Will give you 25000 votes the renewals 24000 votes This isthe time to put in good solid work as the offer will be withdrawn on dates above mentioned GOLD RING We also offer a Gold Turquoise Set Ring to the contestant who has not already won 20thIThhdsforts The votes count in the randpl1H a 400 Piano The Free Vote Offerj do last week whereby 1000 extra free votes were given with ever subscription holds good for this weeV but will diminish 100 votes each week here after The Cliiiax Pdntiflg Company u tt1i t i I ff J t ij t = = =1 Ask the Live Women of this H vicinity where they buy their Garmentsin Seven III Cases out Ten theyll say from I I I i t E Vw FLDEH SJ t Boys Suits jUvercodis AT THE MOST FAVORABLE PRICES SPLENDID SUITSAT 350 TO 500 Coats are Double Breasted Bloomer Trousers f Colors Blue Gray 1 I3iownand Black R J SampleIi Shoes the thing for School boys and irisctr 4 d tA Menrs I Standard Fleeced Underwear Regular 50c quality at = 7 McCALL PATTERNS Childrens Underwear of Eevery Description Fay Stockings for Children 0 i4s J 25 Cents our to r Zriif = r Mr Karme JJalse your horns Jiaroodoin for family atta city resiOoncS and yoimMf in position to get tlie latest market at JJJ1 pfnle1tfl Op torso A8tV ce WtftJU It 6llt UI1I IJlfC LFYUplt1 ar twfi tIZEIfppftll kti help A en IIf1U4 lItn CO tW p Jl r iii i7 i These different types resented here three very smart Fall Suits tlformen Au ygoodchoice We guarantee the fabrics to be just as they should be The patterns cannot be duplicated in gar meats of another make because they are exclu sivelyours The styling fit and tailoring are perfection itself and prices exceedingly S 1251l i J50 18 OO CHILDRENS BEARSKIN COATS 1 1tD 98Colors White Red and Brown J1Sail H C 39c See Sample Shoes For Ladies 98c a Par I Buy the correct style TrThe AViiid proof Model the coat that but tons up to the neck and protects you U fmodelbe had in angel one hundred patterns iu IIyour exact size and at just the price you wish M payntl = 1mI RespectfuIIy Submitted the Cash Trade E t EIder 1m I I 1Cr jAr 1tJ WI D OLDHAr COMPANY Dry Goods Notions Clothing andFurnishing r Richmond Kentucky Rural Telephones place a iuoniioiB eervieewiifeiabeadgnartersNashvilleinln uC Dflt 1tAlaipt tI t t tt uptrlr111 Ia4lT TifWtMU ntMHONI i b suggest moderate Blue 10and J5c If you are going Qselhut tobrintit n J W Shearer Wh ire IlIJ eKyu tfi1ir1Wt 0x Take In Time PeopleHave1Vnitrngskcst PlY If you neglect the aching luck surJlyrDoaus Kidney Illls reliivo bacL ulp Cine every tidnej tlMany in ths locality reom are tid nui Kidney Pills Ilcria ono case V U Sonlcur U Locust St Wt Sterling Ky sajs lhsa kidney rajible for fur or five years brought on 1 believed by the nature cf DM lOtipatoa My kiJnojs were disor Jtfed and thopassagcs of the sccri usingDaua owplainlthabachcha kidney secretions being disposed off have procured a good many bjsct of Deans Pills and consider il to be the best iuvostmentl over made11 For sale by all dealers Pile CompanyBgffalu tho United Stales nameDQusnndhkc Prompt delivery perfect work reasonable prices Tftc Rich mend Steam Lauadry Insures all these Phoac 52flThe Goebel Monument Teuuvitingcfthe monument to the lao Goveiuor Uiljiam Goeber in the Siao cemetery Frankfort will lakt hitd1beGeebelMonument which was presided over by footer U t Siuator JlcUrcary Justus Goebe was present butAtthur GTutbtl could no Kotthee JaJe L weMQojWi corewuiifui 111ItiueUiate programme will lie arraugtd Sju witbe thetwidbokeitouautens pot of keeping the wfOIUulU1land jgi iii Wud shapc Jjauy Oiaiaieut eared me of cc longtiso4hi Nt P4tikft xA 4l Iaialty- s WI j t td FAl OflCll H EY REGISTER RETRIGG OCKFORDIA e CORRESPONDENCEJ This matter must not bo reprinted with out special permission THE GUNNISON TUNNEL The first as well us the most remarkable of the great Irrigation projects undertaken by the Uuitod States reclamation service under terms of the Carey Irrigation act is the Gunntson tunnel which carries the turbulent waters cf the lower Gunuison river by a bore 11 by 13 feet through six miles of solid mountains The work was started several years ago following a survey of the river by a courageous engineer who made the trip down the raging stream on a rubber raft But many months preceding were con sumed In building a wagon road on which necessary machinery and supplies could be transported to the scene of the work In constructing the tunnel through the mountains a variety of rock and earth formations was encountered besides natural gas hot mineral waters and underground lakes The tunnel Is lined throughout with cement and Is practically hide structlble The main canal which re ceives the water from the tunnel Is thirty feet wide at the bottom eighty three feet wide at the top and the average depth of water Is ten feet the capacity being 1300 cubic feet of water per second The tuuucl was formally opened Sept 23 at Montrose Colo on the occasion of President Tafts visit The cost of the tunnel and distributing canals wilt be 3000 000 The government will be reim bursed by the sale of perpetual water rights to actual settlers at about 35 per acre ten years time being allowed for payment without Interest The system will redeem and give a value of from 75 to 300 per acre to 150000 acres of land that without water would not be worth 10 an acre The land Is marvelously fertile rind with the water which the system will pro- vIde will blossom like a garden MAKING VINEGAR As often as the apple harvest comes round recurs the question of a conver slon of the unsalable cull stock into vinegar After the juice of the apples has been squeezed out the barrels In which the first fermentation is to take place should bo filled about two thirds full and the bunghole tilled with a cloth plug to keep qut dirt aril tiles Yheii the working has ceased the clear portion of the liquid should be poured out and strained If necessary the barrels carefully rinsed out mid the contents replaced together with n cou ple of gallons of old vinegar with some mother in each barrel If a few cakes of commercial yeast are added the process will be hastened while if the original apple juice lacked Jn sweetness a few pounds of coffee A sugar will help matters along When the second step In the process is complet edthe conversion of the alcohol into vinegar which sometimes takes place In six months and sometimes requires a couplo of years the barrels should be tilled full and plugged tightly to pre vent further chemical changes Cider changes to vinegar most rapidly and with best results under a temperature of about CO or 70 degrees I WATERYITCHING Although the world Is getting along in years and the days of witchcraft and spooks are supposedly outgrown yet not a few folk believe firmly In waterwltchlug IIS1 reliable method for selecting n place for a well A forked stick cut from a plum or other tree Is held In the hand a fork In oaHi hand and the V of the crotch elevated slightly Those who have faith In the plan contend that when the person carrying the stick comes to a place where a vein or supply of water Is this elevated crotch will wild toward tbe earthoften with sutlicient force to twist the bark from the portion of the brunches held tightly In the hands In the absence of a single physical law or principle which could possibly bi1 cited to account for such a remarkable phenomenon the average person of In quiring mind like the gentleman from Missouri wjjuld have to be shown be fore he would believe nnd even then might not be Sully satisfied IS IT GRAFT X landing northern agricultural journal speaks In n sarcastic vein of the benefits conferred by the Oijnnixnir tunnel because 100000 acres of the land to be watered belong to private parties and will be worth flollli1itn lfunlellgovernment officials feel In the com pletion oC the tunnel Iud tIes with Talk about graftbut whats the use lilyThethat this graft If graft it Is1s not essentially dlffprent from that perpe Irate when toe government sold land fifty or sixty years ago ur1annAcre which has benefited individual propilctorsto the tune of 100 an acre Cures Remoye Doubt About Eczema Cure Scad What Your DruggistSays About QU or WlnterorccH Compound Since the ald fsehi red tht pry o wring eczema through the blood nay eon given tip by scientists mans iiffcrcot salves have been tried loi kin diseases lint it has bet n fount lint Ihpse salves otily clog the pore mJ can put penetrate to the lone kin Mow tm cpidhrntis where tin eczema germs are lodged This the quality of penetrating probably the trctnendou litlirirczeluaJlJrcscripJlonAfter worlds leading skin specialists bare accepted this as the true eczema curt W ourselves ilo noL hesitate to rlcommcltuna Prescription ftl offscription we arrauged withD D D sprciailargetroffer naThis Mirst bpttle ought ssjIaa Farmer Take Notice JSpdagand tfOeheluaat1oihci igjeetlosdhieaeett A lIK Mir Mrjlt batp Hurt dill IM nI- xtla iymP= n White Biymodfc Rocks For Sale I have R few nice white Plymouth Rock Pttlle and cackrels for sale O D Miller Richmond Ky ATItiy Baby cant In words what the trou ble is batIts com coals pasty If it gets weaker and r loses flesh and istsross and peevish jou can be certain that it has worms Give It Whites Cream Vernilfugegirarah teed harmless Expels the worms and puts the baby in a healthy nor mal condition Sold by Perry and Thomas nlmI For Sale or Rent My stable corner of 3rd and Water streets two story brick solid rock fonn elation comparatively new doing a good busineESas well located as nay stable in town I prefer to sell and fill sell well worth the money but if rot sold will rent for time year 1910 tf JIOY C WHITE If yon suffer from constipation and liver trouble Foleys Orino Laxative will cure yOU permanently bystimu lating the digestive organs so they vlll act naturally ioluyd Orino Laxative di es not gripe is pleasant to take and do not lure to tak ixativis continually lifter taking Orino Foleys Orino Laxative cures sonstipation without iritatiug the tomaeh or baweU like o din vey pur gatives Sold by Stockt n ion nlm County Court Days Bcljw ia list of Co inty Court dayr lndersonLawrenrcburg31MondayiourbxuPacleIst Boyle Danville 3d Monday Great liUt Jrcksoa 4 h Monday Clark Winchester 4th Monday i8t1I Irvine 31 Moiulav layette Lexington 2ud Monday JarrstrdLanrasjer 4cti Monday rlarrison Cfuthlana 4th Monday Jessamine Xichulnsvi le 3d Monday Leo Beattyville 4th Monday Lincoln Stanford 2ad Monday Jadtsjn Richmond 1st Monday Mercer Harrodsbiirjr 1st Monday Montgomery Mt Slerling31 Monday ftcolf s CUrlise 2nd Monday ulapki Somerset 3d Monday cots Gforpetojfp 3I Monday jhelbv Shelby ville Moil Monday Voodford Versailles 4th A Broken Back That pain in your hack caused by inn easything to get rid of Ballard inow Liniment cures rheumatism lumbago sort and stiff mucles trains sprains cuts burns bruises Halds and all aches and mans You cod a bottle in your house Said If Perry Thomas nlm Use Any oofOHTEAR14t HJH 240 fBetter 100 ftfc Vewtefckf SOt This represents a fair ra tion for aman for a year But some people eat and eat and grow thinner This means a defective digestion andunsuitable food Alarge size bottle o- fScotts Emulsion equals in nourishing properties ten pounds of meat Your physician can tell you how it does it rOB SALE BY ALL UDOGGIST3 name of paper and this ad for oar ba rash itdkbank conUlnt e Good Luck Penny SCOTT k EOWN 409 Pearl SU New York v1 B Bolton General Blacksmith Carriage and Painting Special Attention t- oRepairing and- MachineryFarm We Put On The Best Rubber Tires Mat Our Facilities For QtsAre Unsurpassed Shop at Ky Carriage Work Water Street fI HEADQUARTERS FOR Ad O ian ofhes r while the assortment is time to your needs We have received a of various fashions in COL and well show you some arments at PRICES if you will oblige us with a call This store has built up a for RELIA BLE and you can depend upon it that you buy here is worth every cent we charge The next time you are in our let us show you a few of the new Suits and S i o 218 W Main Sty Phone 675 Goingto iM27doz Buggy Buggies Wagons How about your Fall Sui- thand Overcoatis NTOW wonderful assortment ADLERS LEGIAN CLOTHES ARTISTIC REASONABLE reputation DEALINGS ALWAYS anything neighborhood Overcoatster 1f 0 qlaniel Clothingoes Mens Furnishing Lumber Sash Doors LathsPaint I D ULierOr Ietcj Roofingk PLAKS JtJRNlSHl5 JREASQITABLE 1 Better come direct to Todd Lackey CortlLh iiQrcfa vt Stfccts NTD 0ilT A IQVAWS DMd 1 JOOI lUe iX Fr1j gt IT GIVES THE BEST RESULTS LIGHTTRAoE r I 1W The SMITHSONIAN CORRECTH K TRUSSHOLDS ANY- POSITION We make a Specialty of Fitting Trusses Perry end Thomas Women Suffer Agonies from Diseased KidneysA- nd Most Women Do This Not Knowing the Real Cause of their Condition These poor suffering women have been led to believe that their misery of mind and body Is entirely due to Ills of their sex Usually tho kidneys and bladder are re sponsible or largely so And la such cases the kidneys and blad der are the organs that need and must have attention Those torturing enervating sick headaches dragging pains In back groin and limbs bloating and swell Ing of the extremities extremo nervousness or hysteria listlessness and constant tired wornout sympItomskidneys bladder and liver DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills have in thousands of cases been demonstrated as remarkably beneficial in all such conditions of female organismaffording tbe most prompt relief and permanent benefitAs Illustration of what these Pills will do Mrs Pr M Bray of Columbus Ga writes that sho was Tory ill with kidney trouble and that she is now well and that these Pills arc what cured her They are very pleasant to take and can in no case produce any deleterious effects upon the system as syrupy alcoholic liquid prep IN arations are apt to do E C DeWltt Co Chicago Ill want every man and woman who have the least suspicion that they are aflllcted with kidney and blad der diseases to at onco write them and a trial box of those Pills will be sent free by return mail post paid Do It today For Sale by All Druggists I Field Garden I I I SeedI I I Iashipment of Field and Garden Seed and invite those f toI I I I a purchase Our line of I Staple and Fancy I SII a I Tatei i and Son I I I Telephone 35tapa t 7Get Welt It you9OfagainIf by female trouble you ItsCardtulieved or cured thousands of ladies sufferiDg like ii you from some female troubletTAKE CARDIU q II lForSirs Fannie Ellis of Foster Ark suffered agony for seven years Read her letter about Cardui She writes I was sick for nearlydiecured Cardui is a Godsend to suffering women Try it AT ALL DRUG STORES L 4 v fw rI Floral Designs Cut FlowerSj ill I Plants toIia Richmond Greenhouses 11rTELEPHONE 188 WEST MAIN t M Open Sundays from 2 to 5 p m M wt1MiJJIfff JlJJ JJ1 formerly with J BStouffer r i Merchant TaIorAr Appmrtmentis over J13 Sexton Fhoclca Z3 All Kinds qt Px ssJnfjBleSlIlngf Rep lrln stWflQa 0u1lmntd YOIJtPMtO ag 14111 i4 t n