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I 0j r itI Section 1J ti i j I If i I jj 1 I THE RICHMOND CI IMAX VOLUME36 I Madison County Hardware Co I t t f IS HEADQUARTERS FOR Cooking arid Heating Stoves Implements and IFarming I of All Kinds II I H t i GIVE THEM ACALLLn J I r Vue fJ zi A PURELY VEGETABLE COMPOUND ESUOUSKESS CONSTIPATION DYSPEPSIA LIVERRA GUARANTEED CURE for all diseases caused by a TORV rPID LIVER Ono bcttlo purchased today may save you a serious t spell tomorrow SMALL DOSE LARGE BOTTLEPRICE SOc GET THE GENUINE BALLARD SNOW LINiMENT CON l 500502 Noth Second Street ST LOUIS MO r c Sold and Rocommended bY PERRY THOMASV 1 1 George Eng1ist- hPLUMBING 1 I 1 b1Doctorfor ll I Gas and Gasoline Engines I l Agents for Johnson Best System of Water Works li I for country ancUsuburban homes I 210 E Main Street Phone619 IRICHMOND ENTUCKYi Texas LandsIn the Pan Handle of Texas are now offered by the STenson Land Co to purchasers in lots from SO to 10000 acres at 12 to 30 per acre located on the Santa Fe Railroad near Bovina This land is a deep virgin soil almost perfectly level fine roads good climate no malaria or mosquitoes Private oars leave here on DECEMBER SIXTH with low rate for the accommodation of prospective purchasers wishing to make close invest gation of this property For full information and illustrated literature see or write to FREEMAN GRIDER 2V over Perrv Thomas Real Estate and Insurance Agents GLOBE AIR TIGTH HOT BLAST tna fIJ 17 S t jfflsVSLACK COAL or Soot Heats the Space by any other Stove with half the fuel Clean Neat Economical The kind to buy for A Money Saver for who want a Good Stove at an Price See itV in operation You wi11lkeitVVV 4 VVV SOL EXCLUSIVELY BY W D Buckley Co EAST MAIN STREET RICHMOND KY FRESH OYSTERS oc Smoke Double Heated service Honest I 19oon EALSCOLD DRINKS S 1EVERYTU1NG GOOD TO EAT ALL HOURS RICCIS NEW RESTAURANTF- ancy Groceries Fruits CandiesV Cigars Tobacco rr Comer Malnond SecondRICHftQNDXY n n ftJ FRIi OYSTERS VRICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 1909 UMBER 24if VVVVSOFT Without People ro Public Sate OF Bankand Hotel Stock nDilhnghamauction to the highest bidder ou Friday Nov 19 09 Sixtv Shares of the Cipital Stock cf tho Madison National Bank of Ilcb mond Ky and twelve and oneha1f shares of the Capital Stock of the will1eoflired 01Jnnl1arvost from day of sale with privilege to rcquirtdpayable theOirt1L D IIAYflLIItN ExecutorsJOCV z32 PUBLICSALEliayiL1 of the following property at my place 3 mile3 from town on the Lancastci pike atlO a m on T u u n YJNOnmD r 30 10 head of short horn cattle 1C of which are bulls C head nf horses 2 of llifs being Wilkes snares the p here being 2 iltx hall mires one 2vearolU anil Haxlinll hnrne l twojeir old filly bv Ma bpany J nod out of a Dr Hooker mart has ganx quarters in 40 seconds after 3 UlonthBllitlllllil1lr 1 pair good mules IP hands 203 haltS of hay 259 barrels of corn A lot household null kitchen fnrni ure my complete siuck of farniinp implements ami other things too nu merous to mention JAMES B WHITE LouRTntn Chenault AucU Commissioners Sale nnie S Allen PlaintiC- ncainst T J T Allen Defendant Notice of Sale in Kquity By virtue of a judgment and order ol iale of the Madison Circuit Court ren iered at the October term thereof 1909 in the above styled cause the under iipned will o- nSaturday Nov 2009 Between the hours of 10 oclock a m rd 11 oclock m on the premises Iii Richmond Kentucky proceed to ex nose to public sale to the highest and let bidler the follwoinc describec property vz Lots 24 and 25 in Bronstono Addition to the city ot Richmond Kr fronting 100 feet 01 l berley avenuaand running back 130 feet in pariallel lines There is a good house on each lot and occupied by ood tenants Said will be sold separately and then as a whole Terms Sale will be made on a credit Jf six months purchaser if he desires may pay cash The purchaser will be required to give bond with approved security for the payment of the pur obese mono to have the force and effect of ajudgment bearing legal in tetcst from dav of sale with a lien reo jervcd upon said property until all the purchas3 money is paid T H COLLINS M 0 M C C Commissioners Sale Shines GQuirsick o Pig acainetV5 W Hoover o DIts Notice of Sale in Equity By virtue of a judgment and order of tale of the Madison Circuit Court ren lercdat the October term thereof 190U u the above styled cause the under signed will o- nTtiesday1 Nov 2309 letween tho hours of 10 oclock a m ind 12 oclock m on the premises of S acre tract proceed to expose to public sale to the highest and best bidder ilie followfng described property viz Three Tracts of Land Tract No 1 containing 14910 acres Tract No 2 containing 28 acres Tract No S containing 63 acres all of said rants located on waters of Tales Creek Each of said tracts will be sold separ itely and boundaries will be furnished on day of sale Terms Sale will be made on a credit if six and twelvemonths The pur Chaser will b required to give bond with approved security for the pay aient ol the purchase money to have the force and effect of a judgment bnarinc legal interest from day of sale vith a lieu reserved upon said proper ty until all the purchase money Tn COLLINS M1 C MC C Piggs Pure Apple Vinegar U2m The Richmond Stcam Laundry at yonr service Call or ring 52 tYJlewrilerIsew o To a bigger business is the supplying of that better character of lauuffry that fs flawlessloth as to quality of work dellyerycharRes etc ThaUwe are on the safe course is proven by the con tinHftl increase in our pattonage of the exaclifig critical publie hepuhllc tlistfe never satisfied With eonehwy wk Are 7oa castouwt efl ter8 QffiCB JOtMn1l1 tree4 Normal city Ly-H gbTsv1i MssV VVt Farm Notes Garner Pico bought In Pulaski stub mule colts at 67 50 T A Wilkinson of Mt Salem half sold lila fine farm to DrCraddock for H500 Stanford Journal M J FarrIs twQyearsoldhere W 0 Mays sold his residence and all adjoining tract of 120 acres in Up per Garrard to Mr J D Lo ati for sa 400 Wheat sowing is practically finished with about an average crop sown per haps a little larger percentage in cornfields than usual Jainea Yowell of Hustonville sold 55 cattle to J C Johnstone ot Danville at from 150 to5 35 per hundred Willard and Stanly Vanarsdall sold their fatal of 154 acres three miles northwest of Hanodsburg to G A Cur ry 10rIGiro la Scott ccunty corn is selling at 2 50 per barrel cattle at from FJ 50 to 4 per cwt logs at to CO to 7 per cwt hay at from 10 to 12 per ton J L Johnson of Woolford county sold 4000 pounds of white burly at Lex in ton at an average of 10 43 Danville AdvocateJake Bonta of the West End sold a carload of 200 pounds hogs to W C Cirpenterat 700 per hundred Elder Mean tho Lebanon pike tar r sold 30 hogs averaging 150 pound to J O Johnson of that city at 600 oer hundredVPoultry and po ltrys are higher now than ever before chickens range from Sc to 12c per pound and eggs are fell tug any whero from lOc to 25c per tloz in the countryVC II Martinthe local meat merchant bought ten butcher cattle from J M rtcGraw of Parksville at 4 cents and 21 hogs from Irxfayctte Whlker at 5 Ier hundredV Danville Advocate Messrs Bright md Fox of Danville bought in Rich mond Monday seven mules at 130 to EISO per head The Willson Li v Stock Co of Wilson N C bought of Grover if Crab Orhard 10 mules at tlpo per lead Lancaster Record W B Button Lancasters leading trader in mules and lorses bought four males at Richmond iveragiu S1GO and 13 mules from Gro wer at Crab Orcljaicl at SIOO average rice completing a carload for shipment to Atlanta Woodford Sun Mr Bolivar Bond uid Dr J5 R Woodward wontto camj elson Garrard county where Auctioneer Bond disposed of 100 head of horses mules jacks jennets for G B Ruple the sale aggregating 10000 Danville Advocate Mr J P In grain has returned from a trip to Mad leon county He reports that coin is jelling there at 3 00 per barrel That beats tho price being received in Boyle county as the average price here has been about f2 25 a barrel Mr R IL Crow of the Shelby City aeation sold 40 head of 1250 pounds cattle to Clell Coleman of Harrodsburg at 175 per hundred Mr Coleman also bought 100 head of 1503 pound cattle from M J Farris at 375 per hundred The average wheat yield for this State according to statistics furnished by the State Agricultural Department was no very heavy beltig ab MIt eleven bmhel Tbifl should be increased and can be made possible if the proper rotation of crops is practiced by the farmers Capt T D English who conducted the BB King sale at 11 o eland tells the Danville Advocate that corn brought 2 90 per barrel in the field lie says corn is selling at prices ranging from 225 to 300 per barrel depending on the place it is taken First class corn thucked and delivered bringing 3 00 The first horse o sire 200 colts of standard performance at the tiot or oace was Gambeita Wilkes 219 by George Wilkes IIj was credited with 204 standard performer at the close of 1903 says Breeders Gazette septem- ber 17 the standard trotters and pacers mon the get of Onward 225 also by George Wilkes readied fhe200 mark Of these 151 are trotter and 46 pacer A special from Nicholaaville Savs the large barn of Thomas Stadford six milts from Ntcholasville containing 26 acrcp jf tobacco was burned to the ground this morning at 1 oclock The lossss 57000 with 3000 insurance M Stadford says that he believes his tobac co was burned by night riders as he had not joined the pool Land For Sale As executors of estate of C F Bur lIam we offer at private sale about 4Oacres of land lying two miles East of Kingston on Big Hill and Muddy Creek road adj Inlng land of A C Binge anti Drs Gibsons Can be dvHod into two farms of nearly equal sue with air improvements on each consisting of two houses and barn cribs etc Abcut lOOacres in virgin woodland most of balance in grass Will raise corn wheat tobacco For price and terms see A 1L Bunt or tf T Small City Lot OBunur1IBy orderof the City Sfovember meeting I to advertise and Sill publicly OB tIle premises Wednesday Nov 21 1909 at 2 p m j tlJe vacant lot oil the S E cornerol East Main sari Cell tlSC Depth 107feet width 14 leet Terrmj Cash CE Weene mayer 2t BC DOTY SURVEYOR Solicits the P trtlareofH genera PaWlclrioe LaaoeahleVj erin I City Ky u i 4 NEWS OF KENTUCKY Tersley Tqld Information Con cerningMatters of Current Interest to Kentucian3 STATE NEWS IN A NUTSHELL Here Are Found Accurately Detailed The Happenings of the Largest Im port Which Are Attracting Atten tlon Throughout Kttut v Lexington Ky NovV3A excit ing episode took place In the circuit court room at Georgetown when 25 men invaded the room during recess and demanded of J A Edge a Lexington attorney that he produce Mrs Kate Richardson who was recently released from the Lexington asylum on a writ of habeas corpus through the efforts of Edgo and other Lexing ton attorneys The situation had be come acute when Circuit Judge Stout entered the room and ordered the men to disperse stating that Edge was under the protection of the court Edge was later haled before the bar of the court and fined 500 and sen tenced to six months in jail for con tempt of court in failing to produce his client Mrs Richardson IES CUT OUT MEAT Governor Blackburn Decomes a Vege tarian on the Isthmus Versailles Ky novo3A heart welcome was given Governor Joseph C S Blackburn of the Panama canrJ zone by his friends and neighbors upon his return home lIe left Vat tc a brief stay here for his farm near Spring Station and will be In Ken tucky until about November 10 whoa he returns to Washington fur a conS ference with President Taft I found I would have to wait two weeks be fore could see the President he fiatd and I derided I would rather spend that time In Kentucky Governor Blackburn says that he has become a vegetarian and that it Is agreeing with him lie has riot eaten any meat since he has been in Panama he says and has been living almost entirely on fruit and milk The people of Versailles are plan ning to give Governor Blackburn a public reception which will bo in the nature of an appreciation of his dis tinguished public services and the honor he has shed upon his town and county SMEDLEY TO BE TRIED Former County Officer Under Charges Now Said to Be Sane Paducah Ky Nov 3 Receiving information from the superintendent of the Hopklnsville insane asylum to the effect that Hiram Smedleys mind had been restored to Us normal con dition Circuit Judge W M Reed has issued an order for the sheriff to bring him back for trial Smedley is charged with peculations in office while he was county clerk and deputy county clerk He has been in the asylum about a month Charges of Bribery Frankfort Ky Nov 3 Sensation al charges of bribery were made in affidavits filed in the court of appeals In the case of G Cicott a candidate for the legislature in Pike county running on a citizens ticket against the Republican leaders of Pike coun ty who have brought out John Brown on the Democratic ticket The Democratic ticket had Indorsed the citizens ticket wljich is running under the emblem of the open book but John Brown came out to make the race and H M Hatcher of Pike county comes out with an affidavit that Brown told him he was being paid 1500 to make tho raceVTribute to Judge Lindsay Frankfort Ky Nov 3The court of appeals has fixed Friday November 5 as the date for holding memorial services In honor of the late William Lindsay who was from 1876 to 1878 the chief justice of Kentucky It Is expected that many prominent law yers from all sections of the state will be present on that occasion and pay tribute to the distinguished man who died a few days ago Oppose Railroad Merger Frankfort Ky Nov 3Sult has been filed in the Franklin circuit court to preventthe merger of the Frankfort Ai Cincinnati railroad with the Louisville Nashville The plaintiff Is George C Shaw a local merchant acting for the Business Mens club of Frankfort The suit is based on the charge that the merger will destroy competition Rabbits ConfiscatedVCovington Ky Nov 3Game War den Scales and the police at Latonia took from an accommodation train fifteen sacks five boxes and several barrels containing in all over 1000 rabbits They were being shipped from various points in Kentucky to Cincinnati Violation of the game laws is alleged Telephones for C 0 Augusta Ky Nov 3A force of twentyfive linemen Is here stringing telephone wires tram Richmond Ya to Cincinnati along tho route of thu C O railway and It In the hitai doe to install a telephone in cacb telegraph office along the line For VSaIe Radiant House Heater good as newt Kjy U White Strayed- A Black Berkshire sow weight a out5J j oundSV tf Strayed or Stolen From stock yards Sunday before Court Jay a roan cow weight about 75U poaads Any info ua ttioi containing game will ba thatfeuUy iceivrd J V Martin Richmond Ky Oso Levis Winclieacr Ky BlOSt S Strayedor Stolen From RV P rklasv place acer Baldwin SniHJ y night Oct 10 a biy war about 13 baBtls ulju tote tof Sbesrtd HHl was filn when shi tiape4A1VV information con rnlsftcr wHI be tkapkhdlrri ii1 Clr- t I READYFORTHEMP- rominent Tobacco Producers Gave Defiance to Night Riders Lexington Ky Nov 3G A Simpson the prominent Grant county farmer who shipped his tobacco hero on the stalk to prevent Its being destroyed by night riders on bts return to his home to make the last shipment ofhis crop was notlfledthat the night riders would make him a visit A telephone message from his home however stated that the raid ers did not appear as they had probably learned that Mr glmpson eight armed guards on duty and hadI 1tlonwell as the highest average price for loose leaf Burley tobacco was reedy ed here when J L Johnson et Wood ford county sold 4000 pound at an average of 1013 a hundred About 130 pounds of the lot brought 23 cents a pound Lots irons other crops brought 20 cents a pound HELPED CAPTURE BOOTH James Lucas Who Was Leader of Posse Dead at Lafayette Lafayette Ind Nov 3James Lucas eighty yenta old who was guard at the old capitol prison In Washington during the civil war and played an Important part In the cap ture of J Wilkes Booth slayer oIAbraham Lincoln is dead in this city On the night President Lincoln was assassinated Lucas was on lIe iDoothflant was killed and his body returned to Washington It was Lucas who was appointed to guard it He watched the body in the prison and on a gun boat after the body had been removed Irom the prison under cover of dark ness Later he was on the staff of officers who held the crurt martial over the remaining conspirators HAD TO FACE u MA tl Judge Puts Hard Fate on Ken Who Would Rather Be in JailiTrenton N J Nov Ghlchtel In tho Mercer county crim- Inal court here impose a novel penalty on Charles Darren convicted of wife beating He ordered Darren re leased from jail and sent home to his motherinlaw Mrs Darren had j informed the judge confidentially that she and Map could look alter the i bffenderVV Darren left the court with extreme reluctance not knowing but dreading what Ma had Vjfl store for him Ho mumbled that ho would rather stay in jail but an unfeeling policeman said Move now llas waiting for iou Vt JOINED THE POOLV One Victim of Night Riders Signed Crop the Other Didnt Maysville Ky Nov 3Thp tenso feeling over the recent attack of the night riders on the farms ol Don Longneckcr and George Kreitz is still manifest here Although the officials have been busy Investigating no ar rests have been made preferring to wait until their clues are more posi tiveMr Kreitz has signed his tobacco Into the pool andVrctiirneIto lila home in the country Mr Longnecker has not signed up and says he will never do so- POLITICAL j INFLUENCE SaId to Be Used In Protecting White I Slave Traders New York Kay 3 Information has boon obtained in Philadelphia that Tammany Influence had been j used In that city to protect white InIformationful to Tammany in such work in the courts of this city went to Philadel phia and endeavored through political Influence to save from prison a man who had been notorious in the white slave trade In this city had transferred his activities in part to Phila- delphIa and was there arrested BRER FOX IN DNGER National Fox Hunters Association toIGather In Kentucky Lawrenceburg Ky Nov 3The meet of the National For Hunters association will begin hero Monday November 8 and continue through tho week The Commercial club has the matter In cbarge Tho city with be gaily decorated and a glad hand awaits the brer fox chasers Six runs have been arranged and tile farmers In all parts of the county are Insisting that tho hunt extend to their farms Life Sentence for Stealing PipesV Hopkinsville Ky Nov IEd Pen dlcton a negro youth was found guilty of stealing pipes from a local drug store and was sentenced to life Imprisonment in the penitentiary Tho heavy sentence was due to the fact that he had heretofore served two penitentiary sentences Sheriff Fined 500 for ContemptV Springfield III Nov 3Sherlf Strasshelm of Cook county was fined J500 and costs by the supreme court Tor contempt of court In failing to obey the courts mandate to take Ab nerSinith to the penitentIary Smith vas convicted of wrecking the Bank oX merIcaV Destroys HairGerms Receatdiscoveries have shown that fallisg hair is caused by gernis at the roots of the hair Therefore to stop falling hair you must first completely de stroy these germs Ayrs Hair Vigor new improved formula will certainly do this Then leave therest to nature Dee Ml efawe the cJTof the lick Formal wtthewh bottli Dow it to your ersVRoeitt c1iseo crjcsanalso proven that dandruff is cauaedVbygerms on the scalp Therefore to cure dMrufft the Iirstthin M do U to comptetelr Mtroy tbedM rti1 IfrotbArnd tr VIP wtfl i1th aiLdre r I L ro the Newest and Litest Novel Men Yoiinjr Men jilaln and fancy effectsthe iFumiShiU kinil attractive paHerns some cav ttlcrs plain tlie riKlit fit on to to an are for to on Good Lands FarmI Tin Mutual turaiuo vi kim money per cent inlcreH on good farm luiuls on Appy Clicjianll Attv COtf For Onici of two row on ground floor buililinj Also one good Diablo cculd bo used fur work bbcp thouo No Good reliable men sml women agents Pay good aahti itS orcommis lion Call at Miler House SE Vts will be as much ted by the bride and groom a3 some thing that will bo of as useIn other words silver backed brushes slid with the most stockedo metropoliaF- 1estabUshmentsnt prle aie much better than those Hera or You IJo iwcli to inspect our stocks foraY buy elsowbcrb ANE ii Our cloth cost more CumcIctRation Imy our pleas tOtlnComegreeting awaits you 12WITHOUT TRAINS R I s C lon Jt HARA TPR in gLOHg- IS what lends Character to MenV Are You Satisfied with the way do VluIleve Visnowhere mora noticeable than inVcur otlits STYLISh BECOMING CLOTHES arcentree the good opinion ofotIioriio llIISSttiflfflOtZ Dankerizithivldualtywilietiliance tiforilcstrand we will stoke our rcputatlnna lifeM monument earnest endeavor that the willforeveryourself await und seek the first aiVPfoJilcetbyMaster Tailors and Designers SCBLOSS BROS COVof Baltimore and New YorkVOn Sale Here OnlyVbySchlossand set the fashion in advance of the day they give the wearer the su preme charm strength and confidence of bring uncommonly We have splendid of all the new stvlls There are Business Suits Evening Dress Suits anti Overcoats and ISnncoatSrhand tsilored garments that are made in the finejt possible way You must come try oncof the carmciiUi and you will then reuse the difference between these and tire ordinary clothes the hops kIIand tone Shoes the nobljc patterns the ttet MtyJra the best makes Try our Shoes VWOft OLDHAMVCORICHMOND iJL3 hI 1We1Ten Rounded Up the Best j- Our large purchases of the choice furniture now display hienabledus get the best stylesand name the lowest prices Now is the time to refurnish your home one room or to buy aIfVpiece Furhiluie for that oddcorner that you have neededBe sure to make early seIction from our showing and HIGGINS HOME FURNISHERS Furniture Carpets and Stoves Opposite Hotel Kentucky We Headquarters Sewing Machine Supplies for all Machines Money Loan Niithvsterii O at 5 improved MortgageVto J C IluhinotulKy RentV inSuVuxel I Wanted BS onceVMain Silver toilet Sets Nothing apprecia practical wells decorative bait cobs m YJInasrtmentsaseortinetitsVVVtb compare Javoiabry Completely s quoted elsojhoreV will LE S no to tit 1 5 I IV- o j t or C all to of to to welldressed a showing Dayand iuand on e of kIIt t KENTUCKYV = LUMAN GlyndonRichmond c LOW ROUNDTRIP HOMESEEKERS FARES TO The West Southwest and florthwest VIA CHAIIGEJ IST jMonth IcWrltcfor Fares and Special Diverse Route Arran3emcnUS U V PENN T P A J P GARDNER G P A LOUJSYILJ1 KY Furs Hides Iron I pay the market price for Etirs Hides Iron Rags Etc If you cannot bring them write cVtelephone and I will callV M WIDES-T VTELEIHONE 363 203 Estill Avenue RICHMOND KY z hew Quarters sjae established in our nejv quarters in the IIulLbuiltiinfjaiicl urcfbepter prepared f tliau oyet1 tprcare 1oiout skins u 3ring U- Sourfldesluist andIipnif 1Lresh Groceries anaS egetablesiIJse son i Y t 111 rmal1 GroceryC- ompanyJ 4 = u ifc r1 tL ut ill i 9 e r r a 7- M t MILL END and GREEN TAG 4i C t t I f 4L1ii1Tj COMMENCING Saturday November 20th TO SATURDAY DECEMBER 4THZ poao U t l9t J I ITo Our Many Friends in Richmond and Surrounding Country On November 20th and continuing to December 4th we propose to have our an fnual Mill End and Green Tar Sale This is looked forward to by our many friends in Madison county as the greatestmercan Itile event of the year Our stockwasneverM largeor better varieJ than is1 n year Our entire stock of Dry Goods i Clothing Shoes Ladies Coats Blankets q Comforts und Notions were never better l I than they are at this time Cur l Itsiness has been built up by strict atten I tion to the details and wants of our custo 1 mers We believe in oouig a large busi t ness on a small margin of profit and selling 1goods at one price and marketlin plain fig ures In this annual event our store will i be entirely changed in appearance sothatI our oldest friends will hardly know it It will pay you to come fifty miles tojdovour trading at this wonderful bargain salei We have engaged several extra sales pea pit to wait on you and give you every attention t Do not forget in a case of this kind that the best barn fins sometimes go i first so be on hand early the opening lay and take advantage of onie of the ripest f plums i You WilJ Smiler IWhen we tickle your pocket book with these itlots prices Itsa fact yoa will have more i t value on your person when you c ury away t some of our bargains because in many cases your dollars will do double dutyr Iit McCall Patterns No 3033 COAT No 3081 SKIRT a Ladies Misses and Childrens TeBO riiljbe the greatestscnat salo iq- t1o listory of prove conclusively our underselling powers Cloaks for laOies misses and children the most attractive styles ever shown iiijUicliniaiul nothing b llt the fineest popularfabricsvery d jlail Look around first and compare our priers with those of others You will appreciate the values all the more S12 and SIr values reduced to s 89 SIO Goat vaIue9atvrii ii 0 P8- 75f Coat values at 5 00 Infants Coats up 4 y FURS 1 n r i3 licit possible prices We are making j ijleey arrt cut in pi ices on every tlwe iI W L50 Fure at VMrf L 98 2 OOturs at Ill1 4 1 laOOF iat 1 98 fi 00 Fnra at 498 tiOO Furs at 3US Childrens AVinta Angora aud beautiful brown Sable CoueyyFur Sets collarette and mpft wfrlli 2 choice per 6etf ir 98 Outing Flannels jr Ran of the mills liuncreda to clroneafronIn this Mill End Sale we give you your choice at4 ri5 aufl 8c w yard p VfThese are not ordinary sale goods but beautiful fresh new pieces of merchandise which were carefully selected by our buyers early in the season Qualitywal88carefnlly considered aa price By skillful pur cbasingjwe were enabled to tecnre these goods at very low figures Come iii and got them for little more than n song T1efH1 Rilons I We haDe an elegant stock of Ribbons In all the now and much W t I 1 I colors that wo have put a reduced price on for this sale dl 1 J LomKFORiTH AGE NOTIONS i J Good Thread 2 spools for Pearl Buttons per 2Je Safety fins 2 dozen fortbcAdam- antitloPinsJ ip fpapetli t1 Brass Pins per paper i Wfafie Tope per bunch on a if Blankets andComfortsTt I rio It r- I f v fti E V ELBE l UVN1 frollJISc iltursr iIREEN Great Reductions Big Reouctionsin Every Department Tai saleilasfs two weeks only end introduces all the newest and test lines at a big saving in cash Nov 2O to Decp 4 nl31itltfii i3 JabIii Mens and Ladi- esHandkerchiefs Wo mk i prices for this sale on onrcntlri s1o41clllandkerchicti 20I0 a erc tfs 4b Ladies Handkerchiefg i J r 5a Others in proportion r f Ooa extra choice bleached Damask 70 inches wide choice patterns per yard r I5o 1 60 Bedspreads very chOke white crochet with J or without borders beautiful patterns itXtJL V 1125 readyfor 08 26o Bedspreads liner wbtc satin 13rgoslzeJ P s fringed with or without ctlV i l flrd5 75c Sheets forrlvsg5 15c Pillory H H wi oif ettwt3dRed Table Damask 25 and 29c values spfcialisale j price 1190JUNDERWEAR Mens heavy er8J ular v jjOc values 3titfr 39c Ladles beavyjleeoefljeisand pant TegialdFSpc j ueso ar It r fficGbiitre js it eQe ItqjFc t 1artiDg t fLailieVijcd ilarincl veBtsiuif paints i23and fL50 t valucg4 it is 98o MeivsftrayopisJiri8Jjn drawcrs T139 values 98J Mes recdllnntl a ndTrawtrs f50 values D8o ar ets Oil Cloth Mattin Cnl1rsore of the bast bargains you have ter seen in tJif ifodlllr o 7ea rii n tS i d evirnIx- tChiloi Ijtt a1idsl fftie e1anco fri + mlsWlr1ce1t l it jc r IJe JfII n a Of coure w8 std not able to s1i sdTS tteutsYwtun rsi at those prices but while they last tlie lKa ai folibfrsi 4tahje fun of ladies shoetU1KV1atidj aloes stooCy 1sSotrcwbatlroion blltUyoun 98 tl Ind ourlzY Pl 4 i t f1 ittNCgi S LaU ana CmlqJr J 111 t TT Ijt 1 11 0- J SIIJC IFIr i here is an opporCffnrtyof lioytnII Hosiery pr3Ip4a1I P T Albour 10 add IS Jts rnttilegrorA a pa 1 j Av r AU nut i5c hues n jasatjJ1 r a ur a4In t itiJi IJJ GotJf 5TOWEUtG J r a Mfmlck To wq s size liio wh lt i l1Lor j a m dera e e field under 1Moati dlion e outifcc FlanoolirlttGowns in plain I4 colors mich as white pink and blue also f stripes iiihorwithoutcoilars t 4a1o c p i ftddfor Green TaV gs 1 ta list MU McCall Ol I tabWN MILL ENDSEvery factory and mill in the manufacture of their product accumulate mill ends or loom ends as they are commonly called They are short ends from thelooms to 10 yards in length These short ends are laid aside until the end of the weaving season when they are tied up in great big bundles and disposed ofby weight so much per hundred p cunds in stead of the 3rard These prices are always less than the cost of theraw material from which they are made Loom Ends accumulate in the mills and we have been fortunate in securing large variety of these ends for this mammoth salef UdIOSIER IIIIIIIIIAIII IIIEI oooFN i yDRESS tJJ GOODS a O SL NCN LACE N SILK SLUN CItAR411tiGpRINGESS Dress Goodo This Is going to be the opportunity a life time In many cases prices have been reduced to the point where you will be able to buy tho dress goods linings trimmings and pay for the making for what the dress fcpods alone would actually cost you The early bird gets the bargains Ladies Tailored Dress Skirts Panama Dress Skirts made of an ox- cellentqualityof Panama well tailored and with taffeta trimmings in Block bluoand brown regular t50- tValtles weo6er at1Aaat5298- 1iner Chiffon anamaDress 11 Skirts l Neatly trimmed with folds jtl same ijLoacua16 Mc CaI n irt j lAf- TV i Pattems 11 ifi f r1 JI f 11arf 0c DCTTICrJJTSnfi1n iR nT IMIa r t Ladiesf3lacittcen ti orts m arleOp itioanendr iaj i 1 trQiofiie3ttireb1otl8oftlren stitchingonfleupoehntton i t o esfeh iilflc liouahl cspdEia lyaorahisfaloregula rJ 25 YIluescrauhrllgJprlo lq p UadiciJia BJackldercerfze Slif en Petticoats deep flounce J aq uTulTh Wpuld b Elieap tL50 Groon lag prJctl DBa Ladies Flno Ills i t rC1Jd d atnt6tfic8A i vltf itei as- silk alauy FIPf1 deep dioYnr nlt3tpf tUS1s1 Bn 1Lu n regular 2 pcttrcoat rgea Tag prco tJ1 s1 1e tvl1 qrrJ p v ff q dsolealfca ntp rv 0 irlcJJ1oriJ I lpI egr qripg hIS sa1Ctlpaoiingos df brolHn 3 JI 9 Tliis isitt rare bargain 0 Iot I d GJNGHI MS oldniadItra as itt IVIfllloery at Onehalf Price excellent line of both street and trimmed hats ex lourstyles in the newest shapes will go on sale at half 1IN AMEniCAH BEAUTY Stile 303 i t Kalamazco CorsMCo Makers No for on reach corset latest rr e r wearer Mill End Tag offer r 1ple nhichwilla a r i lUJ t l t Furnishings both ce Aafacte if ruth that l from c JifO ori rilens 1 tt r lino s y c w ztlOCShirts just r r iqn a 7YAftJ Rz3 1t f n t i fix1 e P ja if Fu JespectfullJ r a TheJ J II t suDn11tted f hKf Yrgpedi fY JAfi1sj WltH is32 Mi1iA fiI r JJ o JJ rfJ13 L f 1 4 d Ji 0 yet lr 4 4 tJ r nilf+ 1 i r UItL J E t o I1fjiin1 t cI I t vr 1I JloO t u f StJyr tc j1 r i i5 q 1 1fV1 v 11 II J ffOJ I t Jff R i I M 0 1 r i1 L 11oI 11r f h1 J r KtETU77 r 4 r L I 1 Irk i l 1i t t+ v i t yr h l L L ti a a i price matter what you want in of a hat whether for street traveling evening wear you will find here at just halfof what you would ordinarily pay Dur this- sale make nocharge fcfiin ming hats Store closed all day November 9to make prep rations for this Great Bar FJgain Event A Dollar Hand is worth Two the Books i Cas hOnly Goes HereI Americas BeautYI Corsetstcorrect in design ship style making a garment not surpassed thiscountry at a price ot all It is necessary bnlging pUlse a of the style in long hips sheath and directoire ef feelsand these corsets are made large fijureoswellAg IKaliUIIlZoo outJnay Ia freedom and comfore to the Duiinc Green Tiilo SOc igSalues gorsets IgIDuriagr the r reen Sale we alto dn isheyilo5WS poret err in the r anttrtfeud Sale at 1519and2c ntg U I ftTr eats Iiit r kttQwlnen11ft of and this anuounc9menroC pr redneliout AV11terustn1itv I3cepted it Is knotv6 eurpro 2M tAi Ials worth Tto 4 tfnC 7 rnfine of hirtsaL ll MeU801t1D bight 15 MensoutiugNightShlrts llrplendld line of Negligee the i fit erear values toup Irlcet 4cNeckwtar carryall the roostnyllslf things tourinhands If II addworthr 4s 1F tar tiha1re rr taat Lna lJiriak H h S1 u IIIr3 TrTo i rIY JlUt1 sr JhllVLt q1 Jlu sJr Qij QrtIL tf5ti 11 Ft1 AttJIr t It IIJiJ t C H N AtJp Lj It1 i 0 K yJl o tU ir 1 awa yv way or afternoon or it n we will Friday in workman and that is in und within not to halo to obtain of ute and Boni Gre for W al SDo Men Jq Shirts 75c sale Ha we 19u ir 36 j1t Are rJ-t J lIIis r j J Lac Curtains Every housekeeper likes tohavo her win 4ows look neabvWidtr tractive TM you cans h v Qtour4dtrtaoeet sf1nr osrtaa wort59ar vrpvp inO tIro 2 1a = o u r I Section2A HE r 1ICl it toN0c CL Isection2 1t = J IE VOLUME 36t ic NTTIYISERi24 1 I JI WALL PAPER ROYAL BAKING POWDER Abmokitmly Pur Makes the finest= most den dons biscuit cake and pastry conveys tofood- themosthealthfsll of fruit properties Generally debilitated for years till sick headache lacked ambition was wornout and all run down Bur dick Blood Hitters made me a well worn tnMrs Chas Freitoy Moosup Turin For Sale A fine Illinois stock and grain farm 200 acres Good house barn fences and wind mill Only f per ncre Threkeld s I When in Need of Plastering or Concret- eMATERIAL SEE BURNSIDE ROBINSON OIBee and Warehouse on L N R R i PHONE 142 RICHMOND We also handle all kinds of Feed 3 he Right Way to get good work is datelnev+++ + 41 ++ ++++ s 4 +i i i Lad Slock rop- N404NN44NNiNfH00 j Old country hams are sellng at 251 at VersalllcsClean and regabled trousers dont go together A lawyer told us that 18 hens that were fed mllklast win ter laidmorc eggs than 100 fed on cut bono andmeat f Organ apple growers claim thatap- ple trees pruned in July will put out but few water sprouts l1ntyhorders has signed lire tobacco In the piol apd Stanley Vaharjdall 1Willard farm 151 acres three miles r Harrodihurg to GAGurryJr16 75 J Herald There are now about 3500 sheep men inEMissourf of whom not quite oneseventh are D1wbersof theMis souri Sheep Breeders Association J D Rockefeller the Standard Oil magnate has announced gift of f 000003 to be used in fighting the hook worm disease which id prevalet throughout tho South A commission of leading scrmtists and educators has been namedto handle the fund In spite of the diclaratlon that the production of foodstuffs is nut keeling pace with the growth of popula lion the Department of Agricu turo has issued a statement showing that- Unitedtates is more than holding its own in thu task of feeding its people Stanford Journal A big crowd at tended 110nU B Kingsd sale at Moreland and satisfactory prices ruled throughout Mr King treated the crowd ashis guests and gave them a fine dinner Brood mares sold at35 to 130 jennets 40 to 250 japks 75 to 515 Mules by pairs f230 to 350 one yearling mule f8l horses 102 to 170 Corn in field brought 275 Much of the corn and hay was not sold on account of lack of time All of the stock sold except one fine jennet jack which is for sale privately White Plymouth Rocks for Sale Cocks and Cockrflis1 each imo Mrs T H COLLINS 0 FQ oe 912 W P BAXTERI A Fake Story The statement has been published iroadcast that after a certain date it rmild bo unlawful fora person to give i check for less SI and the penalty for for the offienso was a flue of not less hnn S 5 u r more than 600 The state Thelollowinury Tcpartment concerning the mat ter There is no law which sops a man or woman from writing a check for less than a dollar despite reports to thateffrct A numier of Inq liries nave been received at the dt psrtmeut regard ing a statement that there was fench a provision in the petal code about to RO into ofltct Th law jov rani lie snh jict instead of being a newonewas en acted back in the six lea and luis never been construed to apply to checks on deposit Iti purp e s o rr vent the circulation of private pnoor as lawful money Itself AOalrs Breadth Escape youhavethinking it will just cure itself are Inviting pneumonia consumption or same other pulmonary trouble Dont risk it Put your lungs back in perfect health and stop that cough Syruppiice25by Perry Thomas nlm A Valuable Official Frankfort braes of a Li y C uncll man who cannot bear the id a of his city issuing bonds or pa 7 i in Inet8 on borrowed mousy but whenever the treasury is empty puts up the rrqni ed amount without any charge for the use of it There are may cities in the land that would like the honor of having this gentleman one of their city officorr Dont think that piles cant bet cured Thousands of obstinate cases Lave been cured by Doans Ointment 50c at any drug store All efforts have failed to find a bettor remedy for coughs colds and lung trouble than Foleys Honey and Tar It stops the cough heals the lungs and prevents ferlous results from a cold J N Patterson Nashua Iowa writes Last winter I had a bad cold on my lungs and tried at least half a dozen advertised cough medicines and had treatment from anybenefitleys Honey and Tar and twothirds of a bottle cured me I consider it the greatest Pughand lung medicine in the world Sold by Stockton and Son nlm A Good Law Ono bill whichwill be introduced in the Mouse at tile next srsdon of the Leg islature early hi tue session and which will probably pass is the till prohibiting the taking of a drink of intoxicating CnIof the best on our tatuto books and will be welcomed liy the travelling public Sinre some of the Kentucky lownt have voted out salt ors travel between dry and set towns hrs not been safe bee iune of the drinking on the trains And too several conductor have lost thelr lives in the last fen years in trying to protect the passengers This law hrs been tried in other states and has proven a tuccets and there is no reason that it thould fat here We h pe our repieaentative will lake this matter up and not res uatil thy h the made it a law When foe have a cold t c first thing to do is have the bowels move Do not take anything that may con stipate and most old fashioned cough cures do constipate Try hen nedyd Laxative Cough Syrup It drives the eg d from the system by t free yet gentle action of the bowels it stops the cough It is pleasant to byPerryFor Sale Privately two store iionEestone cc copied by Taylor Odham Hardware the other known as the Itacket Store both on Main St J E Greanleaf tf Executor Cost of a Steer Alive steer weighing 1200 and cost log say 7 cents amounts to 94 The credits may be figured about as fol lows Hide 81 pounds at IGJ 12 tal ow 6 pounds at 5JJ 3i tongue 25 j total f15 85 making the steer cost 0315 Sty this stesr dresses 53 percent or 696 ponnis cold weight This makes the dressed carcass cjst practically tOe psrponnd The bal ance of all etc goes to cover ex penses Its A Crime to neglect your health The worst neglect that you can be guilty of is to allow constipation billiousness or any liver orbowel trouble to continue It is poisoning your entire system and may lead to a serious cbronit disease Take Bollards Heroine fine get absolutely well 1 he sure cur for any and all troubles cf tht- stomach liver and bowels Sold b Perry d Thomas nlm trf 4r t Small 7 ThingsHad it ever occured to you That it takes every one of the 360 degress to make a 3 r i circlet that a wheel is made up of many spokes that a minute will catch an imPort 1i 1 Kant train that a finger mark will discover a criminal that a two cent stamp will ffS V s carry a letter five thousand miles that a smile may brighten a whole lifetime that 997 cents will not make a dollar UT that a few cents savedon every purchase 9t iq r jt merchandise will make dollars in a short time They are small ingsbuttthey count 11 f p The Hustling Cash Store 5iJ 3Slot ely saves you the cents but saves you dollars We sell for gash anHlosena yt m r badebts We are thus enabled to pay cash for all our merchandise ndcanbdY t themy for less money and give you a better article for a lower price thanourcornpeti06 riixifrttV5 ti vrr r rr L L t wYy ands on long credits invite your tomprisen i 3F r x + r h = D t ftc c 1 a lff 1 I lr 5 z lft r y r r a r v f + j1 l I 0 t Qrfr i 1l IA I r r 1 jj rc J = J s 11 r f Y = ct g i Fv i = r 1 J tih r i v1e i ifif wt t j- We Sell d g t y fJiIi1 jfl 0 itii f f rf Z i t k 71 k f r May Maritori Patterns 5 r r teris- 0 i Ls LOc Each 3 r K J tfor t t 1v v Jfjj i f ji j t o i ff f Z r Li 1f i J tT a J MWI IHMIi4ll u 4 0 e The Wrong Way is to buy a lot of old stock and get anybody to hang it for you Phone c Reserves For Blue Grass Baseball League The latest bulletin Issued by Secty Fiirrell of the Xutlonal Association of Professional Base Ball GIub3 contain fug the list of reserve players held by each team of the Blue Grass Vm lie gives Lexington thirteen Since it was lamed Hoy Golden of Richmond has been drafted by Pittsbar and Pawdonby Minneapolis TThe bulletin of reserves is as follows FrankfortStrader Long Bohanhon YAbtz Anzemoier OirneU Baker Crutcher Hoflinan Glenn Riclimon Tilford Grote Creager Knox Golden Wilts Thoss Wtilt taker Dawson ParisFankiinloolefirms Scott Saebact Ojhs Sbeneb5rgByin Bar nett Ret gy Goodman Kaiser Dug gar Wiuchsll Nfppirc ElRth L xingoaDawning Kline Rib gins Doyle Znrlarge Kimbrongh Viox Harper Chapman Murphy II it nl alIal1 McCormic- kWinohsstarScrinmU E lis Van diuoTouey Sout Ilseil Horn Ubnp man Weakley Barney Shebyville Kircher Kuhn Long Aholph Doherty Fiiey Allison Will lams Kosterman VallnnaiiRhain Star of Bethlehem Thopreeent would notba regulation ial win Tlunkslvin It nndCiiriatnm ooming up brightly in the near dis anci with JUt some allusion in somo 1lnrdo not sea it on its present visit youll miss it altogether It may ba disMn aished by its rejujiar biijhtiicfH and largeness Fir u hundred years from now the papers will ba printing tie tame story or then of cotme tho star will rgain be visible A Card This is to certify that all druggists are authorized to refundyqut money if Foley Honey and Tar fails to cure your cough or cold It stops the cough heals the lungs and prevents serious results from a cold Cures coughs and prevents pneumonia and consumption Contains no opiates The genuine is in a yellow package Refuse substitutes Sold by Stockton and Son nlm For Sale Two dwelling houses at Paint Lick known ns the Henry Beasley property Possession January 1st 1910 For terms etc apply to W G Kemper Pdint Lick 10134t PAPER 1 tFOll You AND YOUR WiPE j r Achccrful pretty bedroom will help you tostart in a cheerful pleasant moos Its a nightAndTo make a pretty bedroom it is more important to have ttasteful furniture that harmonizes than furniturethatmerely costs allot A brass bed or a pretty white iron bed if you prefer bureau and chiffonier of light color birdseye mape is especially pretty a low rocking chair and one or two straight back chairs to match a mirror five foot high screwed on to a closet door a sofa upholstered n cretonne a shirtwaist box covered with the same and Jie cretonne t repeated in hangings at the window over white muslin curtains a light colored rug on the floorall this docs not cost very much if you layfrom us and makes a pretty room Come in end talk it over Dont forget to get a STEARNS FOSTER mattress That is what makes your bedroom a haven of rest No other mattress is so comfortable Made la four grades of superiority 1050 to 2250 f I Windsor Grade at 1350 is guaranteed tuperlor to ap other adcrrtueil muttress We sell it on 60 nights trialt4lV If you can part with it at the end of that time we r 1 telurn your money without question or comment LACKEY 1 t t Day Phone 76 INight wso 136 ROL 229 WALL OUIillFand iaG6 411 Undertaking a Specialty tt tt tt tt t1t a We SeII May TVIanton aI 11t h rr IOc Each S 2 7 7t t oP 7I What Wefttrfr t Y Tisell ix L gettingrj 27e sell the Elite Qarinent Comp nyts Suits for ladies from 1500 to 2750 Y others get 2000 tc 4000 f1We are showing the Elite Skirts from 350 to 1250 tWe are showing a beautiful assortment of those Long Black Coats so popular for ift c 1P9also a complete line of misses and childrens Cloaks p E j 5We sell Faultless Clothes for men and boys Excelled by none for style fit and gfEWeK ever Z Wt sell Hats and Gaps all prices from 25c to 450 f We tell Duttenhofer Shoes for ladiesnone better V 2 i Wt sell Buster Brown Ice Ribbon Sh ces for children r rr wr paymorSbutyoUrr cant get a better shoeYJrV r 1 V fjfWe sell Silks Dress Goods wash Goods f lankets1HosierYtUnderwear r ete o fact t everything you want to fit you up from to foot S t1 Respta yv tj7 1i t Hamilton cBros J 1 ftlWN I =o J1 CKaa C 4 uIw us a a i Spring a Rugs-I IBrussels W ton Velvets and I t 9x 2 Axminster Best as I sortment ever brought Ito this I Icity See them before yotiiIchase i v I I t I I I BENNETT and HI6GINS J I t Furniture and Undertaking Telephones 73 Main Street p ap f THINK ABOUT THIS hGIo IAIL AN Y en afford to delay 1 the Y what avail is procasti nation Tbetin a few weeks prices will be higher ET UP tlorefore liavo your order now GET IN YOUR COAL NOW We Deliver Quickly Telephone 110 Rex Red Ash Jellico We have tho exclusive sale A trial order will cpnviuceyou that ours is a little better than you Lave been gettll1 elsewhere and possibly1e53 Full Weight orCoal Forfeited B II Luxon Bro For Rent Store non on First St Suitable lor- a h kind of business Apply at tf A Lobrovsky WANTED Young men with some knwCtfe of machinery to work en ou iutch new at nijiht Will have a c inpetent man to teach them the trade A good opportunity for steady young men wanting to learn trade Hagan Gas Engiae Mfg Co tl73t For Sale Grocery outfit best stand in Rich mond OJJ Pigg nl73t Richmond Ky For Sale Nice seven room residence on North sreet Gocd deep lot barn und all 0 Mler necessary outbuikingH Price r jrht Applv to 17lt James Hunley For Sale number of thoroughbred White J land turkeys Single gobblers l R single hens 250 Trio consit is j of one gobbler and two hens 900 H P GILBERT 171 R t No3 Richmond Ky To The Slaughter Mr J M Afcblll one of the best known grocers In the city announces tat lie will boinatouce to slaughter turkeys for Thanksgiving He will ply the highest market prices for gutt fat fowl Phone 209 n03f Notice to Ladies Having decided to establish a To- ilit Parlor in this city I hereby nvify tbe ladies that I anyiropared to d scalp and facial massaging hair dressing shampooing and mdnicur in r and earnestly solicit their patron 8e and support Will call at their Inmes MRS J C GEORGE 4nb 4t 142 E Main St For Sale Mv farm of 260 acres good improve men IS and land less than 3 miles from Richmond all well set in grass except 2 acres which is now in corn This farm is on good pike dwelling with r nn dfl g god dwelling rood plentyhbe sold on leasonable terms and at a bargain WILSON TATE nl75t Richmond Ify Many of our people have read with delight that splendid ural story of New England Life entitled Quincy Alams S wver and also many were furtuuate to see the same presented by a crpible company at the opera hoaw a tcason or two ago It is gratifying to know that we will now be able fa- c mtinue our acquaintance with thew wholesouk folk of Mason Corner ai- M Susan Duncan numbersn her liet o gocd books as sequel to the above story entitled The further proceeding of Q icy Adams Sawyer nJ the Masju Corner Folk She will be gd to take orders for this and otk r b64 k8 for Chrlstmai J FarleyMarcb Mi11inery L I t f Around Town J +A cold wave is predicted Get ready for donation day at the A C InfirmaryTuesday Nov 23 J Air J Wm Wagerasold Thursday to Muddycreek The turkey trade In Scot county opened up at fourteen cents per pound on foot delivered Cyphers Incubator for sale cheap also two brooders Tins incubator is as good as itwas when it lelt the shop C D Miller I7n2t Richmond Ky Shoe News or New ShoesI Either one Read Rice Arnolds get5ottiFor Sale A hQufe and lot of 5 acres with all necessary outbuildings and a twostory room on same Mrs G B Judy 17n If Kirksvllle Ky DEATHS- Mr and Mrs Seth Cates have the iympathy of many triends in the loss jf their little three year old daughter whose death occurred after a brief ill qess of brain fever Interment took place Saturday alternoon in tho Richmond Cemetery Top Price Reached One of the biggest tobacco tales on record wes heM last Saturday at the Central Kentucky Tobacco Warehouse Lexington when the top price of 24 per hundred pounds was reached So far this Is a record breaker and all con cerned feel very happy over the result To Be Entertained at State University The midwinter meeting of the Ken tucky Press Association will be held at State University December 28 and 20 A committee composed of James K Patterson R O Stoll and C B Nicols will see to the proper entertain ment of the visitors House Burning Sheriff Broadd s arrested Charles Davis white here last Wednesday morning on a warrant from Bell county charging him with house burning Sheriff Jones from that county who is here will take avis back Davis was chased around two squares and several shots fired before he was cap tured MARRIED Mr Stanley Tudor and Miss Ruth Gum both of Valley View were united in marriage Monday at the County Clerks office by Rev Crutch field of the Methodist Church Mr Chester A Browning and Miss Stella Daniels both of Ii vine were married Monday by Rev Crutchfield at the Methodist parsonage Turkey Season Opens Gott Brothers the popular produce merchants of this city are buying turkeys for the Thanksgiving market crom now on big shipments will be made by this firm As heretofore these gentlemen will pay the highest possible market prices and it will be to your advantage to call and see them before disposing of your fowls Gott Bros have been in business in Rich mond for many years and have estab lished a reputation for fair dealing which is responsible for the great suc cess of tbe firm Not only the far mers of Madison but adjoining coun ties bring their produce of every de scription to Gott Bros 17no2t Resolutions WHEREAS In view ofthe loss we have ustained by the decease of our friend and brother Albert Rlchfur aid of the still heavier loss sustained by those who were nearest and den est to klm therefore be It KKSOIVEO That It Isbut a just tr bute kI the memory ot the deputed to gay that In regretting hIs removal MR atir midst we mourn for one who wf iia every way worthy of our rc sp t anil regard r JtBSotvBO That we i1coreiycon i pe wiik the family of ilw deceased Qt tk8 dhpeHsatioa with which it bits d Divine Province to af hot tlUm awl eOJ elit tl1e m for eoN to Mtwko orders all Lte ort best adw110e obas ttattMtB ate ia aereyR- MOCTBD That tkitr heartfelt testl Beattl 9tor sypatlaYbe forwarded te theiitUyof oar dfpart4 4 frkad sad srwd on the reoerds of tale IAdge AIbAB LcC Ir A tOUftrl Ceitto Mm L4d1s M r w o i Special Quality and Style 1 in Suits 15 m ic We set out determined to offer the best Fifteen Dollar Suits we have ever sold We searched the market and picked out the best from the besUnakers we paid cash and took off thediscount we cut our own profits to the very limit we squeezed into these suits every five cents worth of quality possible They are rich patterns in the newest greens brown and gray mixtures as well as plainer effects in wide variety they are tailored in the latest style and honestly made inside as well as out Come to see them they are matchless values at the pricerI 15OONewest and best in Overcoats and Raincoats Hats arid B Caps Underwear Gloves Ties Etc The smallest boy or the most experienced man trades here in perfect security we have the same price our lowest price to one and all THE FOR LCJII IIw II K = J Accepts Call Rev Scanlau has accpted the call to he pistorate of the Frst Prsbyterian Church and will arrive in this city the alter part ot this week and will occupy i1j pulpit on next Sabbath It is vely graifyingto all to know that the ser vices of to splendid a man have been secured anti isis coming is looked for ty trd to writ pleasure The church is in good condition in evry respect and rife new pastorate begins under the moot euroUi aitg circumstances Mr Scanlans family with not ccme for sev iial weeks Dant pay 30 cents for Bacon when yon can get Beechnuts Packing Cos Breakfast Bacon for 22J ctB per jar at T T Covington Co Handsome Bok We were presented last week with a handsome book entitled OJA Kentucky Girlwhose author is a former Madison county woman nowliving in Teti neesee andwho writes under the non Jeplume ol Anne SeArcy The front ispitce is a handsome picture of Mrs Charles Jett of this county formerly the beautiful and popular Miss An gelina Cobb of Stanford The book is lull of allusions to scenes and people of this section and its author is prominent ly connected in this county and the book should command a ready sale It is on sale at all Richmond drug stores Charlie Miller Wins a Prize By the investraant of honesty in dustry politeness capacity and physi ell energy in learning the grocery business Mr Charlie D Miller has been called up higher anti will on January 1 take the road as the traveling representative of the largest tea and coffee house in America at a salary of 1600 per annum aud all expenses with promotions tor increased efficiency later Jhe firm is the Bohea Importinz Co of Baltimore to whom we tender on behalf ot the pub lie here sincere congratulation upon acquiring the services of one of the most popular and expert salesmen ever In this community On January 1 Mr Miller will sever his connecti n with MsTT Covitgtons grocery end enter upon his duties as a Knight of the Grip equipped in every way to build n wider reputation upon the splendid foundation he bus been rear ing here for excellence as a man in the true sense of that woid At Lexington Opera House Mrs Leslie Cirter the leading emotional actress in America today comes to the Lexington Opera House Thurs day Nov 25 Thanksgiving Matinee and night find will present the greatest success of tier career Vesla home The play Is a tense dramatic product ion oneof the vital problems of society of today a presentation that is more powerful and direct than a ermon and which while it entertains as any play should sends the audiences away trom the Theatre with the knowledge that be f ire them has moved the Panarama of the battle of good and evil the conflict which is eternal and which Js tbe ear heat couHict known to dramatic liia tory The play gives Mrs Carter the greatest opportunity she has ever had for display of that marvelous hisrJfde ability whwjh has won for ller n place tI tha farefreut ci the American stage Fur theplar she has had a BiW8nd elaborate production built and her sup porting cawpany this year is one of inarkeJ excellMce The prices for Urn engagement will 1e for the Mti ee Lower I f150 Balcny1501 00 75e for n itLower floor j20J Btlcoay tie 1150 IfQ7 cTbe sale of aati wW op4nNovJor metisota to m terficottacelJII pMibaa INT MWf UM will rvit 4 D t 0000 Extra Free Voles Will be Added For Every 19 Re mittance on Subscrip tions For every ten doMnrs turned In on- subscrIptionsduring the week of Noy 15 to Nov 20 we will give 9003 extra tree votes This is positively thebest otTer that will be made during the con test It should induce oar contestants and their friends to pi t forth an extra effort in the work We will aleo give nine hundred extra free vptes as adverts d in last sue ot The Ohm ix for another week and it will diminish 100 votes each week hereafter Contestants get tht extra tree votes on old as well as new subscriptions Fur instance if the ten dollars are for all old or for part new they get the extra tree votei for every ten dollars turned in between Nov 15 und 20 If tlioy tnrn in twenty dollars during that time they get 18000 free votes and so on si you see it is to your advantage to gct m all you can by Nov 20 EXTRA PKIZE OOLD RIXG The extra prze a cold ring tur quoise set will be presented to the contestant not having already won a special prize who turns in the most subscriptions between Nov 8 and Nov 20th This is a handsome prize and should be quite an inducement fi r th contestants to put forth their best if forts All votes count in the grand prizea 100 piano Get into the contest in earnest and secure come of the handsome prizes w ear e giving away and also get votes which will gc toward winning tha piano Se advertisement elsewhere fcr more particulars regarding the free vote offer Longer Season The directors of the Bluegrass League will meet in Lcxingtpn today anJ among the important matters that will be discussed will be the p1ayitests besides the 120 played the sea son passed This matter has been considered by the directors for a long while and from all indications it looks as though the 1010 schedule will con sist of 130 or 140 games J If the Jone schedule ia dccldid on the Bluegrass League will open ORe month sooner than last year Most all club owners in the organization are in favor of the now move The Wizard of Wiseland The action tf ActilinThe Wizard of Wiseland the big spectacular nauti cal extravaganza which is due at the Opara House on Thursday Nov25 muineeaad Bight lakes place on the Ule of Wiseland Imld its raythicaleflr roundings TLere Inc flowers animals and rocks converse with men as broth ers and there toothe rivers Bow with champague and tho rain whea it falls furnuhes ice cream to the thirety ground but sever mUll To furnish e tfe e t d stage properties for thedepicUtmeftiie strange sights atnl tbitifts encoua wed oh its tabled shores wroearthy weti were forcedto journey ia lawginatioa te tile Isle ot Wiselaad Too seeatcv rt ut found Ilia task a cOtapawUve4y eMjr one fer the huid only to ds with lMeHt- 1ine the 4eiigr fprpnrties eOltlclnotbOOaMfttwitJ oatlf ne only liB bid te fiiIieihe8utl- aadahi living thfng into hahaiaahaie- The greatest master of lUiPeiZie3 AthericaEdwardS eJtof the Mtop- ohitan Opr Hoes New York was th relpce selected f if the tl1khow well be pceoud itwill be how M tbe bulging eyw of every boyad irift wise look MI 4s fiutietIuaray ef tMylm MMfyM abJMte dlwf irtd dariw tM 11IIIite i t iewt14 IoIlthdw ol heWiUrd o Wfstss qi Ut II i r Heath Willis Dead Tucir Richmond friends who are legion were deeply grieved to learn ot thfl death of heath the youngest son of Capt and Mrs Joe B Willis of Crab Orchard Springs which occurred at St Louis Saturday night The young man went to 5t Louis about eighteen months ago and accepted a position with the Terminal Company which place he held at the time of his death He was taken to St Mary Hospital in that city about two weeks ago and pneumonia develop- Ing his parents were summoned to his bedside He grew rapidly worse until Saturday night when ho ex pired Every care and attention loving parents could provide were lavished upon him but all to no avail Heath who was a splendid specimen of man hood was twentythree years of age and was born in Richmond He will be remembered as a child by our citi curtcousIknew him when a little boy residing with his parents in tbis ciy Grow g- into young manhood he applied him self closely his industry and aptness attracting cuch attention lIe was a close observer of passing events and hii keen snso for the lilculous brought sunny a smile and laugh to those about him He was liberal to a fault while his kindness of heart brought happiness to many It has been truthfully said that Heath Willis was never so happy as when doing a kindness about him This will be testified to by the many guests of Crab Orchaid Springs wh le Heath was assisting his parents at the famous resort lie was a member of the Christian church Tho devotion between parents and son was boaut ful to behoM and the taking of this boy just as he had reached tho gi where ho coald be of so much pleasure and comfort to father ad mother is a slock which they can endure only by the assistance of Him who givothand takcth away To these griefstricken parents The Climax joins with their many Madison county friends in extending deepest sympathy May Ho who dOethalf things well give them strength to benrip under tbfiirjieavy burdenof grid The rdmains were brought here Tuesday lor burial be side other loved ones wha slcepIn the beautiful Ruhnioni Cemetery after funeral services which will be held this afternoon at the Cbr i st ia n Church at 2 oclock MiHEndSale We desire to call theattention dour readers to the big Mill End Sale now going on at 33 V Elders stoiv Many big birgiiins are to be mnd and the store iac oVlld with purchasers from morning to nighty Engineers at Workon Power- House fOr peojla of this town aQnll liver what they believe to be itedait plans forth rower plant for JiM Central Kentucky Traction IIBCS ac corpse of Engineers eae over from LwcfUf torn Monday and have been at werfe evcrsiBM surveying slid plot tUig tb ground receBtlj ptirjfeased bytbie coHpmy for IlK HIrpeseef erectlsR powerplaBt Ii is ecpect PAiWork 1a eaJMst tIl bogia Ia skort tima wken from 15 to JOO men will be eyii4oys2 at work cw the lHIikmg It s sMFtt rllen corn- ple4d which will W la bhttl six montha there will teaIyaid Li- tblItoI c ej1JIII toeper4m th- eP1a4vJii YSw04t J uiiw I 1 Our Buck ye a 1119I1 Top Shoes at 350JSVTorth 400 i A corerfdr the price Eithr black or tan Full J2 inch top raw hide strings heavy double soles select material throughout You cantt equal it elsewhere under 400 Come see it for yourself t By far the largest stock in Madison county of Lace Boots Bootees High Top Shoes and all kinds of good Winter Footwear for both men and boys Quality always higher than the price Headquarters for I I Ban Band Rubbers In every style You know their reputationNi COVINCTON IAKSSTORE QUALITY olfertwkereas1 jiir Success cf Former Richmond Boy It is with plresure that his many old Richmond rinds note the success of adoptedhomeorgaulzitiouu and incorporation of the well known firm of Mitchell Bake Smith Mr Prather who lor live years bas been bookkeeper for tho firm be conmi Secretary and Treasurer and will have entire supervision of the office work lie is s son of Rev James Prather of this city and is a young business man of excellent qualifica tions as is evidenced by his rapid rise in Lexingtons business circles Mysterious DisappearanceJ- esse the 1G year old son of Mr and Mrs John 15 Masters of Bilwin left home last Friday and his whereabouts alleyIdog followed him The dog returned home 72 haurs afterward but to far no trace of the boy has been found Ii soppJsed that the boy has gone to Illinois where relatives live or else met wi h foul play orrceident while out hunting Ills parents have tovcral theories about his miysterions disap pearance and the mother of the boy is almost distracted Following is the descripiou of the boy Blue ees blonde haiweight 140 pounds he wore a lisht corduroy cap black corduroy coat cottonade pants Elected VicePresident Mr Allen Ziring cl the J W Zuing Grain and Mill Co lics returned from LJttJ ton whore he attended the an nnal lneeiiig of the Lexingttn Credit Mens Association Mr Xtiring was elected Vicc1resideul for the coming year Tub Association is a branch of the National Association of Credit Men which is one of the largest Com mercial oigaiiiz tints in the world Tit Lexington branch has a membership of S3 represantinz thopTiucipil jjUbert and Millers of Lexington Riclimaud Winchester Paris Versailles and Xicholusvflle atuiljJrOes of greacs ben fit and protection to all concerned Mr Zaring ii being warmly congrau hated upon his election to the Vi3e IVpsidtfiicy odd we might mention that Mr Clarence Williamson formerly ol this city Is the Secretary and Treasur er Cecilian Club Notes No mortf delightful cub ever cx isted than the Cccilian Club and the splendid programs which have been rendered not only at the three me ings ot the present season but in all former years are very encouraging and very enjoyable The meeting of last Wednesday was held with Mrs A R Burnam and tho program a sacred one was led by the Iiotes3 and was as fullows KoltCollGreat Oratorio Sitmera Piiper Palcstrlna fa6lcr Music of Cutliol idsulhmNrs Ut1 1e1tou Duet vocal All RemeitilcrYrbin Verdis RcupToii 1zs Tate MjssXolnnd Funeral MarcliClioplnMrsKobtUurna in VocaiODltlne RcdeeiaicrGounod Mrsiraiiccr PaperJJaclitlioMuslciaiiT fFrotcstanisnt Mrs Nenmeflenne- ttPianoSchubert Transcription by Liszt Jlrs Johnson Four Hands Larso JIandelr NrsCheulJult NrsPkkels SonGotolbn4 Mtsa Gottlieb Current Events =L JMfsallIffBliis The roll call brougkt out many it- te resting Items l among which wero skelckby jirsIIaBger of Dudley Back whosedekon Qcto er6tI1rento ell 0ne at the masters cdptioJtofflrdo r Music Hall CiftciiiRRt UaC kBJ majority votethe iCIII mMud 0 wltWr w from the fMM Vtlw U MursIj r o 1 Popular City Official Mr T T Ijovln ton who was re elected this month to represent Normal precinct In the city Council ig per imps cne of lIe roost popular city officials in Richmond This fact vasem ohaszad when the official dbunt gave Mr Covington a majority of 2G3 the largest vote of any candidate in the citywho had opposition The hearty endorsement given tbs popular ccitizen nd splendid btisinoisjnan IB exceedingly gratifying not only to Mr Cur ington but his lotion of friend through out the city and c tinty The fact that Me Covington has carved on tieoun elI several terms and was alto eJected and served in the capacity of Mayor of Rchmoiul and as a member of the Hoard of Education is sufficient evi Jence that any omen within the gift of the votcis of Richmond and Madison connty can be his for the asking Donation Day AIms been the custom since the P A C Infirmary beamo an institution lie Tuesday berore Thanksgiving will le observed as donation day A committee of ladies will be at the In Urinary all day to receive donations and it gees without saying Unit those will bets liberal ns heretofore Any thing n provisions household art des linens china or gltiEBware hospital iec tallies etc ull be guilefully K eclvcd Itcinmiilifr the date Tuesday Novembar 2J Horrible TragedyC- ash Mo ly a lifelong resilient of Kingston this couiity killed his wife WeJuefdaymcrjiuiybj severing her heat almost from her body with a ritz or thin setting fire to the dwelling wallowed cjrbulic acid anti died almost instantly There were 10 witnes ses to this hon ibe tragedy antI tin 01 ly cause assigned for the rut is that in i diunkcii feets Moody hecame anger ed at gonu trivial tter and approach ioghs wifp Iron behind while she was seated in a chair an J slashed her throat rim earito ear With remarkable vitality she ran from the huilJnir a din ane of more tuna filly feet citnbed a fence and dropped into the road dead This atlraced the attention of neighbors who rushed to the scene in time to see Mooly ee lire to the buiMing and drink the acitl Ha died nlinuat instantly The neighbors euccedptl in extinguish ing llio burning building Moody evi dently hail jiri mi dilated edt deetruc iou He wrote a letfrard gave to a neighbor the day before tint tragedy in width he stated that he would not be t eelrntjnrid gave iitstiuctions regard leg isbUtlalbutthe recipient cf tle note did nol consider tfe matter ser iously thinking Hth4 LIla talk ot a drunkeBman Moody leo 6 de amitlI tin eats Ilile In this city rut sday at whclv time he tpk from the exprb B ofilc3 a packaga of whiskey U joJy dwnod a good farm at Kli5 ton and was comfortably situated so fart laaoces wete concetfed Ills wife iras ore of the mbat highly ft lipcted women of that hoc 11tyEm- bbngherJrfonds by tier arqaiilMU1 aticts ibe was a devout exab4M- t74Lin orlritiitn ehurCh s Mfe Fittlau of Missouri e1CWThey are survived by Tlfii folfowifiMf cliildreB Mrs D Wf VVfete jMiii Mra Arih rBt Jdle f thra cuit tfbd15 39ot1QrrW ta4 JMet toOkps ira RI4nso d- cykWtd7 J ICIEE Notice Ail hunters aro hereby warned not to trofpas Jon the farm nown aethe Z1 Hic3 place 1J miles horn Rich mood on Big Hill pike All violations will ba punished nccordcncy to lawI ll n Macs Hamilton Highest Market Einbry Moberly A Co will at once to slaughter turkeys for tho thanksgiving at pens at Moberly The highest will be for fat fowl 122 or 812 riugsIr = JJJV J taJ r = IliIIliS o 1 busiI I ness and close out the JanuaI IIry I st I have many Ii1fmynE stock is all new and m things are going at a mprice 1 J B WALKER Ii Ji j r President O H CHUN VicePrcs OSCAR GAKRICK J Price begin market their station market price paid good Phone Waco rings B b olJ AITIT M VlccPrcp E A FAKKA Secy Trcns R L UAKBK ntr 1 Kentucky 1aao Tartia IIJLEXINGTON KENTUCKY epJantinfor IrSO loaded wagons and free stalls for 300 horses Re drying capacity one hundred thousand pounds per day and storage for thousands of hogsheads Our daily sales are grand with prices averaging close to 15 cents fQr all grads up to this time Send your tobacco as fast as ready and be assured of lair treatment and the best price Dont sell to speculators as they must buy cheap enough to make a profit on your tobacco We look for prices to improve through the season J will greatly appreciate every load from my ResptrO H CHENAULT President iuiTit Christmas Photo S Get yours now and 5v the r avoKi ivUOn r See our display McGmghey Sf M berley i I IJ1uiU I i 0 t t f i1 u =4 IT 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 OW- ENIJLcKee The Richmond Climax WEMESWI IT THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO Incorporated A D MILLER Piest and Mangr LtDIS LANDRAM Editor y PRESS if ut FUBtlSIERS lEAGUE F ICE 100 PER YEAR INADVANC- KW1DNESDAY NOV 17 1909 THE example of a Chicago depart ment store In forbidding the women employes to wear rats and false hair has been followed by a telephone company in Kansas City where girls are employed One defiant Miss is the latter place declares that as she has bought her winter hat to fit halt with large rats in it the company will have to buy her a new bat if she reduces the size of her head This proposition seems to hrve some justice in it but it would seem that the chief thing to disturb the youngwc men would be the fear that if employ era begin to dictate as to hair thyI may undertake next to regulate tlt style of gowns and hats and perhaps even the slippers and color o hosiery aid every woman knows that no gown hat slipper or stocking was ever made whoso style would suit all women Let the dear glrl wear what they choose AN Indiana judge told a company of women the other day that women could not be lawyers because they have no reasoning faculty that they could not be successful scientists be cause they consider only one detail at a time that they are only occasional ly successful in business and that they succeed only in those branches of medicine which call for the exercise of the nursing instinct And then he declared that inane view of woman is a habit and not a mental exercise And all the women present doublcjs understood that ho HU not indulging in any mental exercise men he thus ticketed them oil aftei labels made ages ago If the ladies had been prescribing they would probably have recommended a little incntal action in order to enable him td catch up with the times WE heard a farmer say that many voted against the good roads nmend v meat because they wanted rough pikes believing that this will keep the automobiles off and force the machines to seek other routes This may be true to a certain extent but automobiles have come to stay and the sooner the people break their horses to them the better It Is gratifying to know that horses are rapidly becoming accustomed to the vclivll wagons though some try to break their necks when a machine approaches In a great majority of cases the drivers become worse scared than the horses and arc moie responsible for accidents THE rumor wholly unfounded that former President Roosevelt was dead cassed many persons to say nice thlngsipl him who otherwise would kave never spoken well of Teddy j There are too many people in the world who hold thflr praise until its tQo late If you think kindly of any e e speak U out while the party Is worthlitie t J FOKMEKLY a headline describing IIO woman as flying with a man l M taa elopement and that only 2ffw it may mean that she has simply f JK8 UP with him in his aeropane d iiwaBR flies with Wright all the PiaRRouncd the other dsyand agslnIj plMgB to our language Bi a IBM wealth mMuu poww to l ii woaua it SMMM UM j4 kMin of bs 11 r1 1 I TIlE next kentucky Legislature will be so largely Democratic that meE1sgeswant it They have majority large enough to pass anything over his veo if they see proper to do so So the people have every reason to be thankful that objectionable laws csn not ba thrust down their throats by Re publicans Jonx D Rockefeller has given to aboutone hundred objects and insti tutions 1113655 000 This proves that the old fellow is not selfish and that a crown awaits him Tho hot test region of pcrdiction is set aside for selfish people and Satan should see that his stock of brim stone is not allowed to run low in the selfish ward DuniNQ the last year 135000000 gallons of whisky were withdrawn from the government warehouse We will wager a stack of blue chips that half that amount went into jugs kepi in the closets of hypocritics who take their regular nip and want to hang every fellow who takes hisn open and above board TOE Louisville Times is entitled to more praise for the gtiat Democratic victory in Louisville than anyother icnrce The Times is head and boulders the leader in Louisville due to the able work of Col Bill Haldc man Bob McBride Ed Jonas and he Indefatteuable Bob Brown IT is greatly regretted that the proposed good roads amendment filed to carry at the recent election Many forgot to vote aud some voted against it It seems that Kentucky s deermined to wag at the tail and in everything pertaining to progress and improvement THE Kentucky Press Association will hold its midwinter meeting in Lexington Dcccmbar 28ih and 29th The city extended pressing invita tion and its a foregone conclusion that the boys will be given a rousing welcome and a good time JOHN JACOB ASTon gavo his wife f10 000000 in cash and securities to secure a separation from her Many a poor woman would gladly give this sum if she posessed it to get free from a stingy mean or selfish husband KING Edward was C9 years old last Tuesday He Is hale and hearty nevertheless which is quitcreraarka ble fjr an old rounder who has gone all the gaits HAVIXO swept the platter clean the Democrats willjiow have tostand and receive all the publicIimprovements for Eoito to come WHEN licked the average sturdy American jumps up brushes oil b14 clothes ana says You cant dolt againTilnnnsonething on whichwell all agree and that IS that Richmond is now on the most prosperous era in its history PACKERS announce that cheaper beef at present in hopeless Men pcor man what is he to do IT Is mostly in the dry localities that the water wagon appropriately abounds 1l+ Dr T PGardner of Irvine was hero Monday C R Barnett was a visitor in Lon don the past week Miss Clara Lee of Das villa is the guest of Jtlss Sue Smith Mrs C W JCBCS is vlsltiBg hi- rsonJT Jones In London rJake Wagers of Soers3t was a visitor fcci e the past week Mr Murray Saillh wes avlilltrl l- OlMI HMKWk Mrrbet SeriTMT if Wtaefc Lo h J I1111K Miss Sallle Shearer is visiting Mrs Joyce Burgin in Winchester Mrs Tom Wells is visiting her sister Mrs C H Park In Irvine Misses Lillian and Grant Maupin of Manchester are here for a visit Mr Charles Higgins has returned from a hunting trip in the mountains Miss Mollie Fife has been visiting Mrs W D Lowry in Nicholasvllle Messrs Mote and Am Bourne of Lancaster were here the past week Mr and Mrs B L Middelton are spending a few days In Cincinnati Mrs M E Jones Is visiting her mother Mrs Maddox in Lawrence burg Messrs Jack Hyatt and Bright Her ring of Lancaster were here the past weekMiss Mollie Fife has been the guest of Mrs J S C Bronaugh in Nichol asvillc Mrs D M Chenault is in Mt Sterling visiting her sister Mrs CSeo Snyder Mr Jas Walker has returned from afew days visit with relatives in Lan caster Mrs H B Hanger entertained Monday night ithan impromptu dance Mrs Joe Cohen ot Versailles is visiting the familyof Mr John WagersMrs Frost of Lexington has been visiting her daughter Mrs G D SimmonsM Phelps is the guest of his daughter Mrs Richard Hocker in Stanford Ned Perry of Lexington was the guest last week of his brother Mr Henry Perry Mrs E G Dick of Crab Orchard was a visitor of Mrs Louis Landram this week 0Mrs Sallie Welch of Bryantsville is the guest of her daughter Mrs S A Deatherage Miss Regina Stevens spent the week end in Lexington with her aunt Mrs Eugene Burgin Editor Stanley Frost of Berea was in town Monday and matte this office a friendly call Mw Lewis Neale and children are fa Danville visiting her brothers Ceo and John McKobcrts Mr and Mrs Nelson Woodhead who have been visiting here have re turned to Fahnoulh Esq James W Mason and H K Green of Mt Sterliug were visitors hero the past week Mrs Long Tom Chenault enter tained the French Mission Circle Monday afternoon Mrs Hal ie Vaughn who has been visiting relatives hOle has returned to her home in Irvine Mastet Marion Lilly entertained a large number of little friendsMonday afternoon with a birthday party W L Crutcher left yesterday for a visit to his daughter Mrs Cabcl Chcnault in Tucumcari New Mexico C E Douglas has returned from Mt Jackson Sanitarium where he has been receiving treatment for rheuma tism Mr and lIrsJ Randolph Harris spentSundayBryant Mrnnd Mrs T J Smith who have been spending several days in Louis rUle at the Seelbach Hotel havere turned home granddaughter lnLatlcasterMrs Will Duncan who lisa feeHI wiih her mother Mrs J II Jackson at Betea wjll return to her home in ClaciBMti Thandaj Miss Mary D Pickels wkaI Tlril lag her brother G W FIcelandwife in Poeria lUtaoij bM rf cided tore aia ferlers1t NrsLa1luT IMMtio JHM bees sin4ingSOMS time witfc We lttRk atllJ44MstoroIMt i as4ti child remind Miss Elijwbetk Miller formed a motor party to Lexington S tarday to see the bIt DocksUrter Hiiastrels at the Auditorium Miss Belle Bennett who is a zeal ous and consecrated worker in ill religious movements has been elected President of the BiState Young Woo mans Christian Association Mr Speed Smith of Seattle Wash 1ngtontrS Henry Rogers of Yin cennes Ind anti Mrs Benton of Winchester are guests of their mother Mrs C C Smith Mrs anti Mrs D W Black of Speedwell who have been visiting their son J E Black In Winchester have gone to Berca to spend a few days with their daughter and son Mrs J H Jackson and W It Black Mr and Mrs T T Covington Mr and Mrs K E Turley and daughter Elizabeth and Mrs Joe Chenanlt of Richmond Mr and Mrs frank Ba ker of Lexington visited Mrs Randa Bronangh the fist of the weet Jes samine Journal Mr and Mrs Humphrey Hudson of Danville have announced the en gagement of their daughter Miss Josephine Hudson to Mr Charles Whitner Mllner of Louisville The wedding to take place late in Decem bor Miss Hudson is the sister of Mrs Frank Robinson of this city and has visited her frequently Mrs Cyrus T Wells left yesterday for Russellsville to take charge of the housekeeping department in a large school Mrs Wells many friends wish her much success In her new held Miss Elizabeth Redford of Nash ville has been visiting the family of Hon C L Searcy at Waco Miss Redford is an accomplished traveler and had charge of the party of which the Misses Searcy were members last year Cyntaiana Log CabinMrs D L Cobb entertained yesterday with eu chre and will entertain today with a bridge party The guests of honor are Mrs F W Fletcher of Lexing ton and Miss Mollie Fife of Rich mond Frankfort Journal Prof R IJ Bootho of the State Normal School at Richmond was here yesterday He is field ago it for the school and has been In the different cities and towns in Kentucky in the interest of educational work He thinks the out look fine and is much encouraged over the prospect Dr E G Payne of the Richmond Normal School and a former student of Kentucky Wesleyau College de livered an interesting lecture Tues day night at the college on Christianity in Germany He was recently a student in a German University Winchester Democrat Miss Laura Bright lcftThursday for New York City to spend the winter and devote her time to voice culture Miss Brights many friends expect a brilliant future for her as she has a soprano voice of tare sweetness and range and it Is gratifying to all to know sho will further cultivate her talent Mrs Julian Van Winkle of Louis yule who came for a visit to her sis returnedIwill go to Louisville to be guest of Mrs Van Winkle who will entertain in her honor Thursday evening with a theatre party to see David Warlleld at McCauleys Mr Combs will join them in Louisville the last of the week and they will spend a few days also in Richmond with Mrs Combs moth comlrgbackMiss Florence Sympson yr Win chester who has been the guest of Mr and sirs J S Irwin for several months will accompany hem on aj extended trip tbrongh California anti other western points MJSS Svniosnn is a talented musician and Isbelqulie an addition to our musical ci cles as wen as a most attractive mem ber of the social clubtvmd will lie greatly missed Blunt South Dike ta Advocate MissSjmpsan has ftc quently visited Mrs A D31i1er in thiseity and is extremely popular wherever known Mrs II C Bog s entertained last Thursday with an elegant dining Covers were laid for fifteen arid an elegant menu served in courses was much enjoyed Mrs Boggs is one of the most charming of Richmond young matrons and retains that same dfgrce of sweet cordial hospitality girlThoseBoggs Mesdames Robert Boggs Sr JosephfloggsJoe Chenault S P Deatherage G B Turley Jr C F Higgins W L Arnold Bcttie Slusher and Miss Boa sie Tnt lev The following Richmond people at tended tbe National Fox Hunters Association in Lawrenccburg Messrs UJ McKee T J Moberly E E Curtis Tip Weaver J L Kanatzer RII Crook Thos icoit B W Par rUfa J Will forges Joe Deatherage John Parks Neale Bennett and J D Importantlentures which Richmond was to the front in prize winners In the class for dogs dogLisaPa rishs dog won fourth Also Susie belonging to Joe Deathertige was a ringTheand Lawrenceburg treated the guests royally aad kept up the standard of that townd hospitality air JohN Parke was Iccted President of the Association for the consing er c1IIiHRkFlorence Cobb of Rlehneftd were aunrtal at tie reidoasoi Dr W C MOTTO latls city TharMay after m 0a at 4 oclock I r Morro 6lIctlag A few frftdoltbe jowg eeupt witn sil MM rewoy The grooals a pcoMtst f rM rof Claric Ihe Wide was tonttlv a attHtoaf at lUmtltoH eolkfct Jld1a p Ir lnIMttask ea Wl tfHDGSS w cA rF 0 q mn 1 3ff I Among the new thingsinoo 0 ffi DIE 8 FOOTWER In I for Fall is the Gun MdalButton Shoe with CraveP fr UU I 4 ette 1nd Suede tops They are all the go in the j I cities and you will want a pair We have them njIr jj I beautiful styles at 3 and 3SO y V ki2U I to see them 3 i a1t4 Cf I i J i THE ONE PRICEARNOfiDlilHOUSE till Qa1 I =H =ft= t==t H=H=H=H f == JiH F1 = = their many friends wish them success and happiness in their new life The bride is the attractive dinghter of Mr Zena Cobb and is one of the nrost popular girls in the county The marriage of Miss Florrye 0 Smith of Winchester to Mr Coleman Harris of Winchester and Lexitrgton was solemnized Friday evening at 6 oclock Rev T C Eaton of the Cal vary Baptist Church officiating About 20 friends of the young couple witnessed the ceremony among them Misses Rebecca Gaitukill and Katber Inc Sanduskywhom the bride so Ire quently visits here Mesdames Chas GaitskilirSandusky Oliver Bush and the Misses Bush After the wedding the couple left for Frankfort thence for a trip to Louisville and will make their home in Lexington Mr Harris having a position with the Kaufman Clothing Co The marriage was an elopement the bride coming to Lexington for tie ceremony bscause of opposition from the family She is the only child of Mr and Mrs C K Smith who came here from Richmond and lived in Lexington several years before going WIL1cheslerhere only a short timeIexlngton Leader As statedabove MiSs Smith formerly lived here and has been a frequent visitor to her aunt Mrs Emma Fle since leaving Richmond She has hosts of fIends here who extend hearty congratulations ORDINANCE An ordinance Eubjtitutim certain in candescent lights for ac lumps on streets of Richmond Ky Be it ordained time Hoard of Coon cil of time City of ifichmond Ky Ihii the acion of ill Mayor and Light Ojinmittee tf tie Comcil in anb3ti u jug iMCasideacent lamps for 4 of the 40 arc lamp c ntiac r l for b ordinance pastdSpt nib r2DlJ03 be antI time same is hereby tattled and approved nnd the R cliinond Elect ie Power Corapauv is allowed and cu thnrized to ho paid out of the treasuv of the city for naoh mondefcent light herelofoie in iallcd l1uir mIte diec lions of the Ma or nllil Light Oimnt ee UiehumofS2000rT ytir s povide1 ill mitt Rictimcintl Electrc ToTer Oj s asreemnt with itie Cty of Rch inond Kentucky Pnsed N veml Pr 4 WOO O K WOOS Mayor AB FA II IS clerk For Aged Peope Old Folks Should be Carelul in Their Selection of Reg ulative Medicine With advanced age comes inactivi bowel movement and sluggish liver Nature is unable to perform her prop er functions and rtqainu assistance Otherwise there H constant suffering from constipation and its attendant evils Old folks should never usi physic that is harsh and Irritating- We have a safe di pendble and al together Ideal remedyhat is part cularly adapted to the nquircmtnU of aged people and pcrona of weal constitution who suffer fromtionsti palion or other bowel disorder We arc so certain that it will completely relieve these coinpaints and give PartIclIJar that we r tour pei sonal goarante that thy cost the user nothing If they fail to ubstati ate our claims This remedy Is called Rexall Orderl es Uexall Orderlies nre eaten like candy They havun soothing leal log strengthening toile and regula live action upon the dry maOus lining and the relaxed mu cular coat of he bowel They produce a natural successive contraction anti relaxa tion of the muscular fihrcs of the bowel wall generating wfavelike motion whch forces their contents onward and outward thus stimulat log nature fin perfect bowel moment They tone up and strengthen the nerves and muscles and restore the bowels and associate organs to more vigorous and healthy activity They may be taken at any time wIth out incouvcnicHCO do not catiro any griping nausea Ilarrboea cxccssit Ijostnesf flit u Iticy or other disa giieabltxi ffuct Try Hexv1 Onlcrics on our guaraatef 30 tablets 25 anti 12 tablet 10e Kcmcmbcr you can gbtaln txsIlKeMtelIcH in RichmoHii niyat our sTorCi Ji Thomas RicbmondI vho is trying to do business without advertWnfl ic wtfliking1 at Dame Fftrttwe ttvoO i bfew sjMotaelM He knows hes KiWcinft bit sw iofint this japar it gatff wtortjwm Ita iiiur t ut Commissioners Sale China Fold Plaintiff neainst Stephen Bates Defendant- Notico of Sale in Fquity By vir us of n and order of sale of the Madison Circuit Court ren tiered at the October term thereof 1009 in time above styled cause the under signed will o- nMonday Dec 6 1909 between the hours of 10 oclock a m nrl 12 in at the Curt House door in Richmond Kentucky proceed to expose to public sale to blst and best ildder the followingi described property viz- Beginning at a sake in the center cf Red River road a corner to A Dalton thence with his line S S8 E 37 p to a stake said line a small hickory hrsh alltr fence marked u corner to Mary A HaltS 51acres thence Her line S 3 V 15 p to small red oak corner to Falconers thence his line N 88 E 37 p to center of roa thence with same to beginning containing acies Terms Sale will hi made on acrmlii of six months The putcha er will be required to give bond with approved ecmity for the payment of the pnr chftsa monej to have the free and eflet of n judgment bearing legal In iciest from day of with a lion reo nerved upon said proprtyuntil all the purchase mone pftlt- T H COLLINS M 0 MC C Commissioners Sale Garr Scott Co PUT against T H Davis Dft Notice of Sale iu Equity By viritu of a judjrTient and order of salt of the Ma lison Circuit Court ten deed at the October tetn thereof llJOJ in the above syled cause the under friiiied will on Monday Dec 6fr 1909 between tIme hours of IftSOoclock a m simtl 12 m at Court House door in Uichmoicl Madison county Ky pro- in exp se to ublic sale to the followingdescribed Ole 16 horse power portable engine itid nil Hpimrcuince one saw mill ill Kbod coiidiior- Sii s iw mill and eigine will be sold In produce time sum of SI 155 50 anti- isc of this ectio Trtnsae will be manila on a credit of ilnce 1 months Tlie pur chaser wIll lit rci lire d to Jive with approved fconuily for the payJ uieiit ol the purcliHsi money to have judgmenthtayimtg oith a llei rsfl rvd npon said proper ty until all tha purchase money is paid T II COLLINS MC M 0 CI rtcommissioner mI E Walkers Exr Plaintiff zgti st John D Harris Exr Defendant Notc5 of Sale in Equity nJ virtue orn jldineut and order oi site of the Maiia n C rcuit Court ren I red at i he October t m thereof 1909 in abJve styled ftuto time under sg el will Monday Dec 6t 1909 between the hours of 11 oclock a m at d 12 oclorb in at the Qonrt House lfadisoneoumyKythe lightest nitdbcst bidder the follow iiiff diBcribetl propa t y viz Kyisurlillp Iivine Bent y ville Railroad for 1000 each with coupons attached on die 1st Oew 1lh18S8 and due 1st of U c tuler 1018 or enough of same lositUfv the jiuluuiu for SIR 44558 with IntcrtSt Iom 1st if November HIm smith co t 1 will first offer for sale twentyfiveritrtd from fortomue to fortyfive in clusive with all coupons attached to BainTERMSSile will be made on a credit of six inotKlis from flay of sale Ihe purchaser will be r juired to give mood with approved security for thr payment d the purchase money to of11ndgmembearilllr with a lien retained upon said property until all tire purchase money IS paid IV H COLLINS M OM 0 C ctCommissioner KrzbethFfrlds Plaintiff agal hut Samie FijMa Defendant Notice of Snle IB Equity fly virtue of a judgment ntd order ofuleof lbs Mnlisjii Oircalt Court reticle ed at the October torm thereof HKXVitftlicabiverytal causo the UH drsl1te1l Wlnon 9fnluesdaylIT Wtu slie hours of 10 oclock a W th6ffelRiIuinpr coed iulH to pub ie sale to tfee hJoiutitt best biddtr thor following aekd prepeulty vz A cerUlB hti3IM4i two lotg raDtt KytTKH 4SjSJie will he mad nathjlThepft1ebtlMfiljhe pr veti Medriiy forIipaviUeatOt the nmtgliiweKMHiefio Aetbe fore and fffti tefaJdymiott bcarIH Lexal in- rtuesjvoia dy h with a Itea n- NtIpttn Mid property until all the t = I q I rJJ r1r iI io J KAUFMAN STRAUS I GO 1 6tylishi Tailored Suit Special t 2000 2500 3250 V Values up to 4850 rT11C y 70 homespuDsand The 4 25 lot consists of some of the best suits we have hovn this season Every color is represented The 32 50ot includes the cream of ourselections Chiffon Broadcloths I Worsteds and rich diagonalsall Shades IAll are new snappy suits which we offer at this eaily date merely to induce quick selling 5t1Jt4lnai Sk U 9 aiq Jat LEXINGTON KENTUCKY h tJtr CiiEi I t B U + III ill F L The Piano Contest is Going Merrily on 3fevv Saturday November 2mi a GOLD RING will be given to contestant turning in 3the most votes between November 8th and 20th f 9000 EXTRA FREE VOTSNo- w I7 in order to create further and harder work we will offer 9000 Extra ffeVotes with every S10 turned in on subscriptions between November 15Wi and 2omEach contestanl should get several of these blocks of nine thousand votes tliiwkrhe free vote is in addition to the regular vote for each subscriptlOnlbut m1styoutIme full number JO in Order to the free vote this oiler 10 JirlJ wilt give you 24000 voteS the renewals 23000 votes This is the time to news puligo bciptins 3toIjdwork as the offer withdrawn on dates above mentioned I Cold Ring tiA Gold Turquoise Set Bng to the contestant who has not alreadva ilurKS who turns in the vnost subscriptions Between November L4iflTe Fiee Vote Qfftitiadctist week whereby1coo tr frvoteseVerr iti Mfirintinn Iokts good for this week Kv Wllldlualu h iotes eich reglyenyJtht aifterI tc r Iff ClImaX Tii rlntlUIfC8mnaD idr I- mf i T iii t i u J i i r I dIi UI T iJ 1 ii I TERMS CASH REGULAR PRICE IF CHARGED BRO ERSWATCHWORD VALUES With every swing of the pendulum we are thinking of your wants and figuring how we can sell you the same goods for less money more goods for the same money than ever before We are the recognized PRICE MAKERS ot Lex ington The great educator experience has taught us that to be a WINNER you mnst get there first First in QUALITY first in STYLE and first in LOW PRICES This great triumvirate is more persuasive than words more eloquent than newspaper talk Visit usthis week and reap the benefits of our great bargains Rug Department Full of astonishing Bargains from Ingrain ArtSquares to the finest Wiltons Arbrian Carpets 9x12 regnlcr price 12 W Special Frice t1000 Arabian Carpets 9x10 6 regular price 10 Special Price 8CO Arabian Carpets CxJ regular price f600 Special Price j AiW Lombard Art Squarcs 9xl2 regular price 10 Special Price 875 Barone Art Squares 9x12 regular price 18 50 SpeclalPrice 650 Balyal Rugs Reversible 9x12 regular price 15 Special Price 1200 Balyal Rugs Reversible 6x9 regular price f9 Special Price 700 Balyal Rugs Reversible 47 regular price t5 Special Price 350 Balyal Rugs Rwersible 3x6 regular price 4 Special Price 250 Furniture Department Offers Great Bargains in Dining Room furniture Mahogany Sideboard 54 inch long crystal nobs and claw feet regular price t55 Special Price 3000 Mahogany Sideboard canopy top regular price 45 Special J Price 2500 Solid Mahogany China Cabinet two mirror backs glass shelves Special Price 4100 Solid Mahogany 8 ft Extension Table Special Price 2400 Early English Sideboard 60 inches long regular price 7000 Special Price 52 00 1906 and loby and out too carefully you SOOT f DIRT will slack lump slack store For burn Base which present MfW Early English Cabinet match Sleclallriceu 2850 Extension Table mission extension Special Price 1650 Early Pcdestnl Table rtop 8 extension Special 2200 English Table nondividing Special Price was now Tickings price Special s Tickl1l price Spetiil Scrim Special Cross Stripe Madras regular price Special Fancy China regular Special Price Fancy Special PrIcoH A Plain in yard Invites the inspect some hew scenes by great C F BROYVER COMPANY MAIN BROADWAY LEXINGTON KENTUCKY and Only Absolute Smoke Consuming Earth THE WONDER OF THE AGE nceAIRTIGHTJUNE IT Sustained U Circuit Sustained U Circuit of Appeals 6 Beware imitations unscrupulous people or as good as Florence no deceived claims it when Examine Florence before NO NO SMOKE EVERYTHING NO CONSUMED f7Atthe end a seasons with there will the pipe I ZENITH OF STOVE PERFECTION only jointless leg bottom and full radi ation and large ash pan that on the or ever made the interest of the stove industry jointless bottom and the stove below the which is only true fire keeping principle It will as good a fire keeper twenty years hence as it is today The Blast Air Tight Florence will twice space healed that any other stove on earth at half cost The only perfect that is or has features are patented and no manufacturer yearsfromtion damages If Flofence is Operated According to Directions The 21 heat small room with 2 tons of slack or coal The 42 or 23 will heat 2 or 3 small looms winter tons of or lump coal No 51 or 25 will heat 3 or 4 rooms wintei tons of slack or coal r The 53 or will 5 rooms winter 4 tons of or lump coal The 55 will heat a large or schoolroom 0 tons of slack or coal a church less coal will re quired Will a less of coal Burner of same size and twice the space China style round 1100 and Check Ait and The has The leg Hot The THE HOT BLAST TIGHT FLORENCE soft coal or and the and gases filling or Hue soot dirt or coalbaseany on earth any and leave no clinkers or half consumed fuel FOR SALE BY DOUGLAS SIMMONS Rural Telephones resldenceany can be accomplished by of our telephone service and neighbor can get Ior a sum Is compared the beadquarterashvillerate If at you are not erjoyjnR telephone we tau immediately Mississippithuisianaf l EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE CO Incorporated 7 t 3 WINTER TOURIST TICKETS TO THE SOUTH and SOUTHEAST ON SALE DAILY VIA QUEEN CRESCENT ROUTE c GOOD IHTDRSISG UNTIL 31f Ir rNft f A t A iIIJLJIf1t Kf n to regular t42 English 43 inch t English it Price Extension pedestal 45 inch top Gt extension h TDrapery Department Never this stock so varied beautifulas 38in Art regular 30 Price 120 35in Art regular 45 Ii Price 85 SO in Art rrgul r prie 30 Price 25 36 in 40J Price2539 in Silk price 85cSprccial Price 65 50 in Cross Stripe bilk regulhr price f2 fO 50 in Madras regular price rio 50 new line of and inch crim ranging price 06 to 50c per Department public to beautiful that artist Paul Sawyier ANt t The World Renowned Stove Hn PATENTED Patent by S Court July Slum Patent by S Court March of who claim to have a stove like just the be such false find lata the buy NO CLINKERS of use soft coal be no soot in or flue I THE base with is marhet been in base makes air tight grate the be heat the can by one the floor heater been made All stove for the No one all winter lump No No all with 234 No all with No No 27 heat all with No with lump be ton hard the heat price Early Farly AIR burns slack all smoke No up of the stove pipe with No inside out ashes than stove with kind of fuel tune This means ybu your that small with beno service MAY 1910 H p8- t 125 36 from Cures Remove Doubt About Eczema Cure Read What Your Orngglst Says About Oil of VVIat ergrcca Compound Stockton k Son druggists submit the following tothe readers of the Cli maxFor sevoral years we have announc ed with our recommendation that we had found a positive cure for rrzjmi simple skin wash oil of wititergreen ingrdients rightInremedyWe iieagorlrS3 cmts instead of 11 SI 00 bottte Xb rt1narly Joil We iff r this tiiil h ltle with our tocosimenda ion and asfciiraiice Ihat ltSitcllinFskinthisthe ich away IwttnHy SjldbjTSe k t on A Sou Prm M SIrkrf- iiMnII Ma rn Take In Time PeopleHaveWrlUng doesnt PlY If you neglect the aching back Urinary troubles diabutes surely follow Downs Kidney 1ills relieve back tche Cure every kidney ill Many people in this locality recom mend Doans Kidney Pills Heres one case W U Senieur W Locust StMt Sterling Ky says I had kidney trouble for four or five years brought on I believed by the nature of my occupation My kidneys were disor dered and the passages of the secretions were profuse Since using Doand Kidney Pills 1 have been en tirely free from kidney complaint the backache and difficulty with the kidneysecretions being disposedof I have procured a good many of Doans Pills and consider it boxesI the best investment I ever made For sale bynl1 dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Company Buffalo New Xork sole agents for the United States- Remember the name Djans and take no other nlm If you are going to sell out andwant your goods to bnng all they are worth getn J W Shearer White Hall Ky to conduct your sab lIb chargesare reasonable Doaha Ointment enrol me i f cc 10lgtlmlHon S W Matthews Comnihsioucr Labor Statistics Augusta Me The Hook Worm A disease which is killing hite people and sapping the lives of negroes iu the Sjuth is known as the hook worm It Ims been aecertalncd it is said by medical authorities that from 70 to per cent of the negroes in tlie South are affected wih the dJs l1ee and while they enjoy partial immunity from its deadly attackstheir laziness and thrift leseneesaredne in a large meaiiue to its enervating iiilnenco While the intestinal parasite kills the whites and does not kill the nrgioca heaps away the energy of bplh racks the whites utTerIng more iu this lespcct than the blacks To wage battle again this insidious parasite J D Rockefeller has given a million dollars lie could not have done better with the money as the rfsnlt of scientific investigation will doubtless disclose au efficient remedy which will be an achievement worthy of JaMm commendation Lexington gazette Regulates tho bowels promotes easy natural movements cures co- n8tipationDoans Regulets Ask Jour druggist for lhem25ca box For Sale TurkeysRoyally E P MILLER LFDNog tr l Richmond Pfegs Pure Apple Vinegar 8lJt Take Notice I lterely W4rn all iilsters hihwhite hlacktMsrlttfmyprunyatto thiBje on the farm is s Hty thnta blr z wouli TWydMtruetiwi tlwekve te Hfidu410 9fb Commissioners Sale I Union Rank Trust Co Plai tiff against Maurice Wells c Defendants Notice of Sale in Equity Ry virtue of a Judgment and Order l of Sale of the Madison Circuit Court rendered at the October Term there of 1000 in the above slyltd cause the undersigned will on Saturday November 27 1909 Between the hours of 11 oclocka m and 1230 oclock pmon the prem ises in Richmond Kentucky proceed to sale to the highest audbestbidderthefollowuijtdescribed property viz A Jot of ground on SmithBallard Street in Richmond Kentucky and beginning at a picket fence 40 feet north of the corner of Ym Ilallards helm thence running north with street 80 feet to line of O T Wella thence each with lila line 72 feet to Mllry Boltons line thenceS with he tine 80 feet to picket fence thence 72 feiit to beginning TERMS Sale will be made on 1 crjjdit of six and twelve months The ourchaser wll be required to give bond with approved security for the payment of the purchase money to have the forreand effect of ii judgment beariijrlegil interest from the day of sale with a lien reserved qpon said property until all the purchase money is paid T H COM INS MCMCP Commissionerts Sale 1 NelliO Kellar e PlaintIffs siinpt Bessj Kellar 0 D4iilart Notice of S Ie in Equity By virtue of a Iiiliiireit and Ordfr ifSaeof the MniiiRon Trait Cnnri piulered at the Ocobr Teitn thereof utIlrslgnedSaturday November 27 1909 Between the hours of 10 oclock a m ntul 1030 oclock a m in Ripntnonri Kennckv proceed to expose to pnVif sale to the highest and best bidder he fullowiiiz described pioperty vzr A certain house and lot on west side of Orchard Street in Richmond Ken tncky muting 40 feet 01 Orchard parallellinesveyed by J S Collins to Ceo H Myers January 31 18SS TERMS Sale will be made on a ireditof six and twelve months The purchaser will be required to give bond with approved security for the payment of the purchase money to have judgomentbearIngsale with a lion reserved upon said property until all the purchase money is paid T 11 CO1JlN S M C M C O Commissioners Sale A R Harris Admr c PIlls against Fannie Harris c PnfmdantB Notice of Sale in Equity By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of the Mixlisor Circuit Court rendered at the October Term therocl I9ta in the above styled cause the ur- I relgned will on Saturday November 27 J909 Between the hours of 11 oclock a m and 12 oclock in on the premitej iu Richmond Kentucky piocerd to ex pose to Public Sale to the highest ntil best btiider the following dt scribed property viz A certain lot of ground with duell ing house thereon situated on East ideof Hallie Irvine Street in Rich mond and fronting 53 2 feAt on said street and running back 145 feet in par allel lines to a 10 fret alley and ntfjoini the property of Joe Gentry and J R Stouffer TERMS Sale will be made on a credit of six and twelve months The purchaser will be required to Jive bond with approved security for the par ment of the purchase money to have judgmentbearingsale with a lien reserved upon said property until all the purchase money is paidT H COLLINS MC M OIO 1 riommissioner 1 Mabel Bronston Plaintiff agaiiift uollne Bronston c Dofendnnle Notice of Sale in Equity By virtue of a Jn gment and Order of SIl ot the Madison Circuit Court rendered at the O loher T rm thereof 1900 in tho abnvM styIedcabse the undersigned will n Saturday November 27 J 909 Between the hours of 10150 oclock a niatid 11 30 oclrck a m on the premises in Jlicbmond Kentucky procee1 to pxpcse to public sale to the llowillJdeFcribH1llroperty A Iousft and lot on C illis St ee i utuiiujuitu r Diiiurnj tiiuiiii uu feet on said atrret nnd lunnint back about feetj 1oiiiing the poperty of Mrs Cricket C VIA on south anti that of Miss Urzie March on north This is oio the most deE ahle pieces of pop ertv in RiclimouJ lEUMSSale will be nvde oir a credit of six atd iweho men lis The Jiobnayiuent of the purchase monev to have the force atd eHect ofa jmln inentbearnir legal intereet fi m the day of snip with a lieu rvf ervetl nron Slid property until all tle pnrrhase iiiouey is paid T H COLLINS Ala M C C Commissiohers Sale Jefleism C x PlalntiiT against J W Stivers Ac Defendants Notice of Sale in Equity By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of the Madison Circuit Courtr rendered at the October Term thereof undersignedSaturday November 27 J9U9 Between the hours f 30 ooockp m InKinitSton biddervizi inKinsstonacres and occupied by defendants as a home Or a suflhient amount thereof to 01bisTERMSSale lIIh01llsI16 on a credit of rix and twelve months The ivebondpayment of the pnrchart mon v to jllImolltof sale with alien rcseryed upon slid lroneyiaKC M Cl1 Notice to Creditors All persons hiicIairn against t14i Mtitlecf 3ns Ann Rjarwili Jplease rreesaanj In- eutcwer i rKx pi to his Vnornsi D M CJicn HftK properly veriflid auJ p oren b Jawd1etedon oi b6 r YNrd De 1900 Claigsii ti ciipryYer iMd kail presented V ttwt Wi16 will tw rreU If any peee4r s o fiteexcepions toyehCw tild they will ik on Die 4tb 10tt1 titKce of JO kill n 11 llheniutlf Web utoud and Uazs tt all feUio hSrsaJ tie JJMb t t- l ifM 11 t White Plymouth Rock For Sie I have a few nice white Plrmowlb Rock Pullets and cwjkrels for SAle D Miller RicIJtnoBd y A Tlay Baby I cant toll you in words Tvhat the Iron ble Is but its pomplexibH gets paslf If it gets weaker and weaker loses flesh and Is cross and pcevislryou can be certain that it has worms Give it Whites Cream Vermifuge giiaran teed harmless the worms and puts the babj jn healthyBor mal condition Sold by Perry and Thomas nun For Sale or Rent My stable curlier of 3rd and Water streets two story brick solid rock bun dation comparatively new doing a ood business as well located as any liable in town I prefer to sell and vill sell well worth the money but if not sold will rent for the year 1910 tf SOY C WHITE If you suffer from constipation and liver trouble Foleys Orino Laxative will cure you permanently by stun lating the digestirb organll so they will net naturally Foleys Orino Laxative does not gripe is pleasant to take and do not hive to take laxatives continually v fter taking Orino Foleys Orino Laxative cures constipation without iritating the stomach or bowels like odinary purgatives Sdd hy Stocktn Son nlm Ccunty Court Days Blnv iR lis of CoJiny four day Yuderson Lawrenceliurg 31 Mon lay Itoiirbin PaI1st Monday Boyle Danvile 3d Jliulav Brfathitt Jackson 4 h Alondny Clark Winchester 4di Monday Estill Irvine 31 Mjndav Fayette Lexington 2ud Monday Garrard Lancaster 4ch Monday Harrison Cvnthlana liMonclav Jessamine NjchuasvIUe 3d Monday Leo Beattyville4th Monday Lincon Stanford Sad Monday Madison Riihmond 1st Monday Mercer Harrodsbirjr IstMinday M ntgomery M Sterling 3J Monday Nlcolcs Carlisle 2nd Monday Pulaski Somerset 31 Monday Scott Gporpetojrr 31 Monday Shelbv Shelbyville 2nd Monday Woodford Versailles 4tb A Broken Back That pain in your back canscd by lumbago stiff modes or a strain if an easy thing to get rid of Ballards Snow Liniment cures rheumatism lumbago sore and stiff mucles strains sprains cuts burns bruises scalds and ell aches and pains You need a bottle in your house Sold by Perry Tin mas nlm NURSINGMOTHERS show the beneficial ef feds of ScottsEmulsion in a very short time It not only builds her up but enriches the mothers milk and properlynour ishes the child Nearly all mothers who nurse their children should take this splendid food tonic not only to keep up their own strength but to properly nourish their children I TOB SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS SendlOc n no of piper and this ct for our bnatltal SayIngs Bank and Child SketchBook Each bank contains o Good Luck Pennr SCOTT BOWNE 409 Pearl SU New York WflBoiofl General Blacksmith Carriage and Buggy Painting Special Attention t- oRepairing Buggiest Wagons and Farm Machinery We Put On The Best Rubber Tires Made OUr Facilities For Flmclai Bomsking Are Shop at Ky Carriage Works Water Street Lt IIEADQARTERSFOR Mf 9jiciauCgomes e H f How about B your is Suit and Ove coat the assortment is complete is the time to NOWwhile needs We have received a wonderful assortment of various fashions in ADLERS COL LEGIAN CLOTHES and well show you some ARTISTIC garments at REASONABLE PRICES if you will oblige us witha call This store has built up a reputation for RELIA BLE DEALINGS and you can ALWAYS depend upon it that anything you buy here is worth every cent we charge The next time you are in our neighborhood let us show you a few of the new Suits and Overcoats JS Stu-9 J 218 W Main St Phone 675 11iiiw Shoes Mens Furnishing Going to IJse Any Unsurpassed Fall Lumber Sash Doors- Laths P int4 Rubber or Felt i Roofing t r AKS FURIISHED RFASONABL IiBetter come feet to r Todd Laekey 0 tJ Otcus Sittg AWD GJTT A QUARE Tws l I II CORRECT ANATOM ICALLY LIGHT TheSM STH TRMDt MARK NIANtl TRUSSJHOLDS We make a Specialty of Fitting Trusses Perry and Thomas That Lame Back Means Kidney DiseaseIAnd to Relieve the Lame and Aching Back You Must First Relieve the Kidneys There Is no question about that nt allfor the lame and aching back Is caused by a diseased con dition of the kidneys and bladder It Is only common sense any way that you must cure a condition by removing the cause of the condition And lame and aching back are not by any means the only symptoms of derangement of the kidneys and bladder There aro a unImistakableless dangerous condition Some of these are for Instance Extreme and unnatural lassitude and WearI- ness nervous irritability heart ir regularity nerves on edge sleeplessness and Inability to secure rest scalding sensation and sediment in the urine inflammation of the bladder and passages etc DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills are an exceptionally merltotl Gus remedy for any and all aftcci tions or diseased conditions these organs These Pills opertfto directly and promptlyand their beneficial results are at once felt They regulate purify and effec tually heal and restore the kidneys bladder and liver to perfect and healthy condition sven in some of the most advanced casE n E C DeWitt Co Chicago Ill want every man and woman who have the least suspicion that they are afflicted with kidney and bladder diseases to at once write them and a trial box of these Pills will be sent Efreo by return mall postpaid 0t For Sate by All I thrlJOOistsII I Good ilhings to Eat I Thats nil we carry Whether BtapJe like sugar or a fancy table itsaIcacy1tke imported clieee we have I dependebieivery itIB must stand rigid examination HaSi article is chosen from many C I brands offered because it has R itssapcriormwtIa on our if it rails to measure up to our high g ilf IOneour t r I of selected highland grown bcairstheatnarkets The dryrcuring preserves the genuine CofleeIflavor and improves it I 0Inusing Efecta ColIeo TOn are mre of t than other coffees I Compare it witS you ever before Youll like the rousing end the glorious aroma I I Telephone 35 I f SS pp p p ppae Op a i When you are sick or suffering from any of the IP men Thousands of women have used Cardui and been benefited Why not you I Dont take any chances Get Cardui the old reliable ofttried remedy for women of all ages TAKE ELECTA IIc1oiccstI inIdrllnkt atetid SonI Avoid Danger Cardui IJ40 It Will Help You Mrs Luzania Morgan Sncedville Term writes Tor ten years I suffered with the turn of life and tried many remedies without relief I had pains all over my body and at times I could houseworkIwomen Try it AT ALL DRUG STORES rmlDesigns Gut Flowers I Plants j I furnished on short notrce SpectaVattention to designsroi Funerals and WedUingsT- n i at Richmondh Greenhouses J TELEPHONE 188 WEST IAIN OpenSuqitayflfrotn2to5piii UbMirische f1 Eoriaerly With J B Stbuflfe- ri Merchant Tailor T jl Appmrtments overjE Sexton Ph tJ7 r Alt Kinds ot Pr I1fJauYDtPitrGa sqgI4ftd ru J BOYS Overcoats and Raincoats r 1000 Boys Raincoats 87 48 750 Boys Overcoats 4 98 5 00 Boys Overcoats300 Boys Overcoats Iv p 198 t i f n 1T a 0 I S UITS Every mother wants to see her boy look as well or ev- a n little better than some onets else boyHer wishcan be rasafiedvethe best wear selectedmaterials X Boys 200 Suits now 7 51 d 24 Boys 250 Suits now X98 Boys 350 Suits nosy T 2r J8 Boys 500 Suits now J 398 iuBoys 750 Suits now ofA Boys 1000 Suits nowy 848 kfJBoys 1250 Suits now 998 a Collars Suspenders Gloves and Overalls all at greatly reduced prices e Mens Night Shirts made fancy Outing Green Tag price 45 cents HUHDid You Ever See A Bull Dog Let Loose E =nO19fof i didnt for the same reason you shquld hold on these bar chancen gains H you wiU never r r w Y- vy ni l tJ f f y iv + r f rti LL ENi iIli iNP 1tf c n Specializing Suits For Men At 1248 WI are going to taakeR very noTelpropoltipnan If see did not have confidence in these mils we could not afford to Bug Best sncha thing Go to any cIuthioEr store in Richmond and ask tosee the suits they sell far 18 examine the gai meats caretully take jour time abouit inspect the fabrics the way they are made up the seam look at the button holes and the linings then orate to- oarStoeand com paio what you see elsewhere witli these S1218 su laBdwfJ will prove to your entire satisfaction that we ale able to eave yon Just 562 Remember that a this price we have all that is new in styles weaves patterns and can furnish you with any color that you want at Green Tag Price sf248 This windproof rainproof and snowproof Overcoat is the last work in utility practica bility and styling It is your coat if you want it and at a price thqtwillmake you say yes when you see the Green Tag Price Every suit shown by us in this Mill End and Green Tag Sale represents the leading styles made by one of the foremost manufacturers in the United States Every suit is beautifully tailored and made in the very latest styles with good lin ings and interlinings We are going to sell them at such prices that you can certainly afford to buy two suits andanticipatefor the future Just look at the wonderful reductions we are malting in these suits AU750 values Green 498p r s AU10 values Green Tag Sale price 798 All 1250 values Green Tag Sale price 998 All 15 values Green Tag Sale BriceV 1238 AllS18 and 520 values Green Tag price 1408V All others reduced ill proportion T 0 Mens Overcoats and Raincoats 5JfO p r jYeFeansurprise vou in the bargains we offer in overcoats Every overcoat is remarkably cheap at thef s wei usually ask for them but our determination is to rednce this stock in the sholtestpossiblEf tLime and we therefore fflye yottttliese bargains ii 7 ro rv wvH if foTfji c 1500 and1600 values GreenvTagPrice rfv tit y jvwi v v12jp f r u i 1250 values Green Tag Price vl yv v r Aivt v vj iri JID 98 ol 1000 Taluesj Green Tag Price J l 4 VnSv r r 1 T S 75Q values green Tag Price f 1 3VvIv 998 i 111 El Al GREEN TAG SALE J j h t 1ri t CI c EUi D Evou R 4 t tti i c fitri lc tx Ittliol lLW + i t 0 IIJ L I III 1 r L JDtJ1J Jl i J L Ldki r L d iI r o r 300 II 10UIREMUTS i Green Tag Price 1 2 48 et r Big Bargain in Mens Pants We have several dozen Mens Pants recently purchased and made of French Worsteds Cashmeres and Fancy neat patterns in solid colors We are going to put them in this Green Tag Sale at prices that ought to insure a speedy clearance All our 125 and 150 values Green Tag Sale Price per pair S 98 All our 200 values Green Tag Sale Price per pair 1 29 All our 250 values Green Tag Sale Price perpair 1 74 AU our S 400 values Green Tag Sale Price per pair 2 98 B- All our 500 values Green Tag Sale Price pr pair 3 48 m Mens Khaki Pants made with Belts Belt straps side buckles cuff bottom tabs onhip pockets Green Tag price 198 and 2 48 IVIens ShirtstNew Fall Shirts 50 and 75c values Green Tag Price 45c New Fall Emperor Shirts 1 values Green Tag PrieeV 89c New Fall Emperor Shirts 125 values Green Tag Price 98c t Look 500 pairs Boys Knee Pants 10 to 15 years worthup to 65c Mill End price 25C Ct II GREEN TG SALE Jll 0 r THE LID IS OFFEverything is wide open in our Mill End Sale We are going to give the biggest surprises this community has ever heard of Dontawait Come inon theopening da YiJ hi o z T TI J B SrtoufferOldest Esbblished Clothing and Tailoring House Richmond oIdtFora The Monument dealersi have added to their business a PNEUMATIC TOOL PLANT which will enable them to do netter work than ever before They have a largeassortment af Granite and Marble Juvite their friends to call and inspect their stock and- wrk Satisfaction guaran 6oIden FIra uu m iiuuiu fume 11111 lady you would see get a 151 piano The 1i- maNotice Having purchased the Coal and Feed business of Mr J Ballard on Aspen ave we use this method to in vite our friends and the public for a share of their patronage We handle the celebrated Rich Mountain Jellico Coal which we guarantee to give perfect satisfaction Give us a trial order and get acquainted with cur Coal and method oft doing business S HThgFr r D WALL PAPER Vvre have added to our busi ness a Hue of Wall Paper con sisting of the Latest and Most Up ToDatc Patterns from oats a bolt up We are practical in this line of work and will be pleased to have you call and get our ees Estimates jurnjshed for any sort of interior decorations B Juett Son Phone 449 145 First st rJ Yeagerr11- EuITo DA- TEJEWELER Second Street opp Court House Uuge and eornlete stock o- fWat heSt Clocks DIamonds Jewelry Silverware Eyeglasses We call especial attention to oUt fueillties for repairing all work done promptly sind fully guaranteed J4Th JWe are Receiving the Choicest Lot of A Evaporated FruitThe best Canned Goods and the choi U cest brands oi Fancy Groceries VIe C j make it a point to combine quality with quantity and always at the low Jcstof market prices See our beautiful line of tJ Queensrare Wooden Grirnite and Willow WaieI 1- cr SEWELL McKINNEY GROCERS Telephone 223 Dont get the idea into ymr1 mind that all yards selltlc ijooJ at the same prices Theres obvays one yard that 1ads is beitCr blocked and closer jVricjd than all oth n s eSCCiLll 111 V Lumler and Btiiiding Material CoiriG in and letus convincfv you that ours is tuat yard your perplexities1 will end land your wants be satsfactorJiyilfldis anfexpiriment isni it worth trying v ED BLANTQN COMPANY Telelum 425 4a MrOOiF t i i I i iRi 1 Sterling Clothes ARE THE BEST- CLOTHES Bench Tailored Ready ttf I Wear Guaranteed not to Shrink or Fade I 50 years experience the factory guarantee in suits all sizes from smallest boy to largest man Newest stock in city to select from Fine Line New Style HatsFurnishing Goods Suit Cases Trunks Umbrellas etc at lowest prices for class goods highI in am ed like e Entries To Date ladiesIwith one thousand votes and their friends are going to work In earnest the race promises to wax warm to the finish Each starts with qual show ing Piers remember that every one bringing a much as ten dollars in cash to the alike by Saturday afternoon goldJewoirythe number of votes entitled to Jt is not to late lo add othor names to 8nd in any you wish M lyme Powell Mobery OHio Winklar Mobetly AiinieOjckrfll Waco Katie Pitman Wit co AddieMe llin College Hill SoJIaWiteonWaco Ucrtrndo Grinstead Mobcrly Lucy Tharpe Waco Niiitiia Wliorton Vnlley View Oantlm Uresslcr Valley V ew Eloise Million Nimby M iry Tud r N why SallieU Paiish Silver CeekILulA Wheeler Kirksville Midrne Harris Silver Oeek Itfarieltft Jones R F 2 Richmond Ollrn Gibson R F D 2 Richmond hattie Cay Kirksvillc Margaret Curry White Hall lathe Moberly Ruthton 4 Rizibelli FarrisRed Hotisa Mary Hamm Ilnlliton Lucy Williams Rutiiton Martha King Catlonhntg Nora Ous H F D 1 Rxhmond Bertha Lear Knthton May S ibtrts Rnthton K hel Garrett It F D I Richmond Annie Ciii lopher UFD4 Richmond Nora Davis Red Ildupa Allah Asbill It F D4 Richmond Kfflt Northcatt Valloy View M ipg io Ends Union Oty Mary Thomas Lsuni Dozi r Cleva lan Miry L Park Lucy Jojes Mary II S learrer fr no SfoKinney i ace Italtoa ieti Honsa Mar WPF Doyer vio tiraco Wagers Eire IN RIOHMOXD Margaret Phelps Anne Iteiiio t tolien xlUesie Iarkj Cllwlille Scott Matlie Iig Dnncan Foster Riifsell Stouff r i Mary 0 alto i I J Xilah Olivor PubIicSale Hnving sold my farm I will sell on the premises fi miles SOuth of Rich mond near aleast to tho bighesU and best bidder beginning at 10 a iu on Thursday November 18 09 tha following prOperty JyenroldmJreRhoas 803 barrels of No white con intoasof limothy hay 10 tons of al 1111yIIdintent fliuu farming iin lmlIll of all telntls lionscliold ant ki chtufun Uu rt afcHiirof some or till oldest st II of in iho rinv and Walnut iurnitiiro iu tx hen c 100 ealiors pore old grape wioc- I lmvoluXX tuloan oiucasv lertrs- Terins undo kudivn on dny of sai- nMB WHITE Urtuf 2 box ta mtllIuonrv If you have noticod fyniptoms of ttkinoItltKidnej rIIlI WaiT r Pi Is Hfete iwonderlnj pills Ire b Iii lIe1 uith gPLssrztetInn hy tciiaiiIs of jwvinle Try IhjUlus Kiiioir ItlttlferPil1 ipJay Sold by IttryIIiiouia DcWitts Wltlc Kirly rwcrjtlKf- aft lUI rcItiay litilo Jhef pills flu sure t i get UuUitts fat fo iizeinvitch Unzf sVc the nrlgfnaV Always refuse substltiiUa Inllmlta tlons The original UeAittd Cnrbol ized Witch Hnznl Salvo Is gQ dCor U1yt1iin8 salve is n ccIolliiiti byIerryaiJdFarm Fcr Sale A 113 nerd Tliq be s lobseco c rn and 10 fnril in i ffii rtieiy 7 niitts INov f fi TAMMANY IS- GOrHAMS Fosionists Control Estimate Board HARD JOLT TO MURPHY He Is Today Witnessing the Burning of Moscow NEXT WILL GOME WATERLOO Tammanv Gets Cold Comfort Out of Election of Its Mayor New York Nov 4Judgo William J Gnynoivbas been elected Mayor of New York city by a plurality of more than 70000 over Otto BannaroY the Republican and Fusion candidate The result of the election was never in doubt after the first few election dis irlcts were In Judge Gaynor was off to a living start with Dannard a poor g cond awl Hearst trailing In the rear Bannards vote was respectable but nowhere near what his conservative supporters expected Ilparst ran badly in Hrcoklyn and worse in New York county Ills strongest support came from Oucensborough where it Is ap Iftivn that Tammany has lost Its trip Prendergast Fusion candidate for president of the board of alder men pulled through While Judge Gaynor has been elected mayor Tammany appears to have goitcu nothing else out of the dec tion The board of estimate Is hostile aid even the Tammany county ticket went down to defeat This means of course that upwards of a billion dot lars to bo spent by the city in the next four years will not be controlled by Tammany hall but by the Repub lican and Fusion majority In the board of estimate and apportionment And so it happens that Tammany liPll has a mayor which It does not llfco rind who does not like It and board of estimate and apportionment which will spend the cltys money without consulting the moguls of Fourteenth street Charles P Mur phy in this election has met his first oven partial defeat since he slipped Into the shoes of Richard Crokcr Today he sees the burning of Moscow this friends and also his enemies are wondering when lie will see the dawn of WaterlooThe of aldermen apparently remains under the control of the Dem ocrats though Mitchell Fusion was elected president of the board of aldermen by over 40000 plurality Tammany elected 24 or the 41 aldermen chosen In this county two years ago It elected 32 Tammany elected 21 of he 35 assemblymen fcr New York county last year it elected 26 OHIO CITIES The One Big Feature Was the Defeat of Tom L Johnon ClevolandTom L Johnson mayor of Cleveland since 1901 was defeated by Herman C Baelir Republican non Inee bysn plurality of nearly 5000 CantonWith the exception of their candidate for police judge and one ward councilman the Democrats elect ed every man on their ticket Mayor A It Turnbull running for his third term was elected over Charles R Dougherty president of the board of trade by a majority of 1600 Cincinnati Dr Louis Schwab Republican was elected mayor by a plu rality of about 10000 and the resl of the Republican ticket was elected by pluralities of 8000 to 15000 ColumbusMarshall Rep was elccted mayor by about 3000 LonRep vice mayor by 120U Smith Rep treasurer by slight laad En tire Republican ticket elected Marietta Charles P Lceper Rep former mayor dafeated Uajauili Me KInney incumbent the flrct mayor the Democrats had elected in twenty years Hamilton A RothwcH Rep elect MayorStraubToledo Drant WhiUock reelected mayor for a third term by about 3 000 plurality PortsIIQuthMayor Searcy Dam roolected by 6H0 over Guatin Dew Akron William U Sawyer Dcci was reelected mayor by 2000 Youngslown A W CraVer Dew reelected mayor by SOO Daytoa Slayor Burckhart Do reelected Democrats Retake Louisville Louisville Ky Nov 4Byama jority of about 2500 W O Head Dem was elected raayoj over James F Grinstend the Republican Incumbent With one or two excep lions the entire Democratic cltYand county ticket was also swept into of ice The result is a big reversal of the verdct twoearsngo when Irinatcau wag elected by abcut 4SOO James 8r Hunley Will buy or sellyourbousei inglelselU Arty business intrusted to iJDl11careful1vattcn him ir his services are iieetl cd 0With Thl ApjI01Ch i nf tit 4 j IrJisntllrlJiijnc f Lucy wi rx M Eva c I I QfJrnbloclor J IIihtlAlarp3ttr4 Miy buIftIIQhrjt V t rntit JIjV lt1PH PT to ls IflIntlicr gho Uliei ia Hi lirftlo f J Twhtt IJaterials tSuinlilu eI Miss Eya Robetts I1rs t c a r Ads as- Reputation p Propsi y Let us build you an inch ad in this paper a column ad a page ad or any old size ad Let it tell in forceful terms What youve got to sell What its worth Why its best at that price Such an advertisement in this paper will bring buyers who hardly knew you existed before you advertised 11 I Ocpjrixht br W N VI Apple butter is licking good It the Juice is removed to make Jelly but its 150 per cent better if the juice is left in jTl1e colt may be taught to walk fast by being broken with older horses that are fast rather tuaupoky walkers The habit early formed will persist in later years uIUlalllgsnretsaM ing dwelling houses IS they so often till they may Ijccome ready vehicles tor spreading the disease Some experiments iu the thinning of apples have been conducted at the Connecticut experiment station In one of these the young fruit on two Baldwin trees was thinned giving an incrcasein crop value of iiY cents and S1S3 respectively Just another in stance of where Intensive care paid In the building of the new big barn the specifications could call for an up to tale and adequate system of ventila lion by means of which even in cold est weather vtticn the barn Is kept tightly closed the animals may bo sup plied with an abundance of fresh air This matter of ventilation Is not some college professors fad but a question of animal health profits and good horse sense Victoria B C fruit growers are suspecting contamination to their or clinnls through fungous and Insect pests from the small gardens of house holders In the suburban districts and a house to house canvass Is to be made with a view to cleaning things up Were the conditions appreciated just such a campaign as ihJa mlgUJ be fiuiIIts no use to talk biln president of J hit United States to boys wlif Are careless about theIr habits shiftless indifferent or lazy for lads of tlIsde arrinUon never have beeiisind IHVIT will be elevated to this Important ofj fief A boy should rustle niultUi the best for himself whatever till olijivt held before him If he has III him mill develops the presidential stuff bo Is so much the gainer In the new type of agriculture whlh is being made use of to regenerate rundown farms la imttyif the southern stalosifjlu coYpeas amid frowllIltfitlr4Jrt factor ifdiih5i can be ndilpd t1Iorl of refunding Is tile more quickly and completely cfffctcd There are one r two farms north of Mason and Ulsons line that need this same kind of medlcine It hits boon found as a result of es nrrimiiits noil tests which hav7 been lalrly niiidi with n view to utilizing the nib or Itrsry pie that grows mi rlmiiloiivd farm anti nt over lands ia casrtern states Hint the iwljiOf this f111M of pine is valniilc fur the uun ufacturo of Irig utvs and wrapping rK This I sit cl mws aid will liil along tlio g rt riiHHls forest coprimidim iwllcy by nmulug possible jttM rnbstltuihiu of this forbthpr more raliMtita rcrlfrisi Fi may IIP viewed as a truism yet It Itt vnrlh rpniffinhttltix tlial ilJuI Iwrrt ly JU llfl Hl In pulling up Vliilswt mill tiling to a uivtrlnfntlty ualctlic iirtfs poets are gotitf that ont cnn do better lmncially ximl gOt inwy wJfiuynuU- tmt of life in the new Mian uintor tin Jjflll concJnlelllUl fcttlut lr fllltl arc doing Oils thliitf every iysil1ir ucJftlUiwhich their wuiderlust carries Ihhiii Xo young own of iihyaicjil strength Intelligence and oiiJorpric necrt view with alarm being left on he tender mercies of the cold worM If he can rent or buy five jjcres of Iniil near a good market nil owns or caii borrow anough money to secure iupfripnt for raising fruits vegetables and poultry Some favseolng Ftudents of our nit tional ecqiiomlcs are laoklug aheatl mid contemplating tin time when wo shall not as a country lie able to riLe all the foodsJiiITs which ve eiiiismup The plan suggested would therefore SPPIII to help not only the Individual but be- n service to society v When the uintlcr U nliuniccnl down there Reemii to lit tnighty littlegala n fellows scriuplg pvprlnatingly nnd working like anlarp fnun one years end to aiinilur to amiiaiilatp a ban account awl Ilntilly cijrryliijf Ilso far that he hilns hfs liwjllh ami loses the awlcouipeteitcp attnhi It la vpiy iaueli hettp n lot up a hit orulvtlll IJlIkllorn ailavoid the csi pn aw well as the an uoynuce risit otafort of lirii tt ekncwlandvitIig Jiwt lids crrdltlonif thln by their present I A frKml who alvriys J itbqtftlirfdp It bin pIt lus dually lipci sit dbgtistet1 mHIt i crdtr icgiv vjr luuty years past hat liwv pprfunn Ing Hi nilKsfoii nf a bijih Ixiaa ftiav laa1IIl1l1tinrtviyfirhi iHfiirtlnttisscryiy will IK ablpto FIJi stnlfh nf InisK lawn jiiul Hi l riJly htfrti ihssalvhis neil asters Avlilih nhvayn jiriiv Ih Imlilmtiilfy tlip Hpplpsucij His apJrby 1rutia will be less subject to pcali atid blisht Jlorp of tiiqiatigti littehullttwhlcl b uglyor unc li TRADE MORAL Thacjffaronca bstwesn businou and uces it JKJvirtljiRfr iiair abtJ1 r t siI H W The 09 breakfaat fd Ja eomwen hfe 9 Q fat reducer if tbe one ycactlc iBjrtbe self denial Doesnt eat just tb t muCh more at dinner time The art of cbcesemakingls said to date back to 330 n Cbut notwith thereSIIIfthe boys and girls would rather be r at Neighbor Smiths or somewhere else than at hOmeit Is fair to assume that be home is not as attractive a place as It might be nOd somcthfng ought to be done to give H some drawing force It isa matter of regret that the polsonjvy and poison oak both shrubs of attractive leaf form and marvelous ly beautiful coloring cannot be handled with impunity and plucked to add beauty to autumn decorations of the home But they add their brilliant touch of color to copse or roadside hedge and in this perform a mission It is not the boy or girl In school today who is doing as little as possible and that in a shabby aud listless way who is going to be heard from twenty years hence but rather the student who docs the asic assigned in the most thorough manner and besides is ajl the time seeking to find out a little more about a subject than the lesson con talus I According to the bulletin Issued by the government crop reporting board the condition of the cot ton crop on Aug 25 was C37 per cent of n normal crop as compared with 710 on July 25 1000 and 7G1 on Aug 25 mos Thus Is briefly described in official language the heavy damage done the cotton crop by the July awl August drought Instead of trying to get rid of extra- fleshin the usual advcrtlsemint called adipose tlssucby drugging the sys tern with antifat dopes the sensible person will adopt a simpler and less expensive rcnipdyoat half as much food and perform twice as much phys ical labor This will usually be found effective In reducing Ute most obstl nate cases Running exclusively to one line has drawbacks as well as advantages In agricultural pursuits as well as In some other vocations The raising of diversified crops may not yield as large financial returns as a single line under specially favorable conditions for the latter lint in a series of years the av erage returns from diversified crops will be larger while If conditions are unfavorable the farmer will lose only part of the eggs in his basket Nature Intended that the cow in her primal state should give just enough milk to suckle the calf at her side until It reached an age when It had acquired atnste as well as a capacity for digest lag other forms of food Any cow of later day whose calf Is allowed to run with her tends to deteriorate In the matter of milk production until she reaches the nbOe standard On this account the practice should bp tll lour aged with any animal that has capac fly for dairy purposes One oftiie Intreang sights to the r1sllorntMIIIH CityVjMont Is the horse tuilewhlohi Is hPldcVeTyitwo or three months Pnrlng the course of the year roooo horses change hands at these sales while the typo of horses dlsposcfl of varies from the absolutely wild yearling cayiiso which huts not known bridle or saddle and very likely has nevpr seen acowlx to know who ho was which sells for 20 to the lure bred draft or poach horse which sells from sirat and up One of the manual training courses lately Introduced into the high Kehnils lu the famous Wenalcliop fruit valley In Washington alms to lustruct hail boys and girls liiJhp latest and most scientific methods of packing apples They art quick to the work up and on passing a satisfactory examina lion at the end of the course of Instruc thin tire given cprJlfieates of efficiency Xot only do tin boys and sins enjoy this course hut II fits them for prac tical work at harvest time when one of the biggest problems that the ranch ownpr has on lilt bands is the question of help The Idea ought to take root In other places Tin ginseng plant is an Interesting out apart fruni the high value which la placpil on the inoillclnnl properties of It runts by tue Chins who buy most Ie Hwt pmdnwd In this country The natural Iioine of the hirb is the moist study wunl lot where no direct rays of HIP sun strike the car vet of decaflux IWSVP and where dll niPSile animals do tint browse or raurp The plant Is a erpuuial In habit the stalk which is from eight to fourteen Incites Iiigli dying down In thE full Tlifc bear three divided leaves which have a close resem blance to those tif the hickory seed ling The tijant lutirs a cluster of Klnall bluisli luwcr which prudiice bright lTd twoswnl btrrlps In the fall about the size nf peas Roots which have a commercial value are produced on plants two year old and more The dried roots ar stld to sell from 5 to 7 a tOllut1 awl tile berries from CO toetO edits IKT dllzronlf reports art to be credited good money is made raising glnspiig commercially under artificial shade lint It is the few Who succeed rather Htm the many LaXaif e fAWoi11enFree There is a great difference in the shouldbeare usually viol nt purgatives or powerfuonlyAthoughtheylIJIaUvowIone earnedlchlMrcu and old folkspeople who must takeJandbowelTho price Is only 60 cents or I a bottles wuggistswomentasuchlIkeShort time will remove the trouble en bitunnecssluYstomach and Intestinal muscles so tillsiJt1I1lh like Mr nitinnan of AIvrad Loulsv1lleKynnd ElackmoreCtseems to be using It youWSU1tsend your name to the doctors address sentyOUyou can buy Ito your dru let If there ia a ythloff about doRtunderslnnrJJF any racdlcat advice write willnnswcr leerhtiddwel iwiiO- SUQShI5b3L lQOt nG1X1 Jtw STJiLOUi VAoP r AfloeNZYATLA lOHMOND KENTUCKY Aee over State Bank k Trust Co op josite Court House bn Main Street Dr Robt C Boggs Dentist Teeplion2bT Office In Oldham Building Dr+ C H MaJnhart Graduate McCIIIIpp Veteifnuj Lclege of Chicago III Veterinary SurgeonCA- LLS ANSWERED PROMPTLY Office at Y ojln fiamnels JfTablo Telephone KiCIIKOND KY Jr G BOSLEY Physician and Surgeon Office over StnnlferSopcrV Rooms 2nii l 3 Main Street RICHMOND Office Phone Res Phone 210 O D M OIIEIAULTA- TTORNEYSATLAW CICEUOND KKHTUCEV Office on Second street over Chen alts grocery R Emmett Million Successor to Bursla 1ez- inyDENTIST Over State flank ATrtut Company TKJKPUONB 256 Dr ftS Smith DENTIST Hobson Building PHONE so JarryM Blanton s DENTIST frOSSce ID BenD jtt Bel tin j auiy Lt i PHONE 195 Dr Hobson Dentist PJcKee Block Ky rr ge Wtrks B M LACKEY Prop Carriages Runabouts Boi3Sf Road Wagons Surreys Carts Ic handle the best brands on market and sell them on an absolute guarantee of satisfaction Prices Always Lowest For Rent Eight offices in the McKee block Steam heat water and janitor service plendid location and very desirable Possession at once Also the store room on Main street occupied by Charles Pig Apply at once R J BlcKei With Zarings Patent Four a go6d baker becomes even better And even nil inexperienced one caugei atisfaclpry results Ifthesltldopsni turn out good biscuitp bread or cake dont blame her nt once It may In the flour Order a sack of Kirtngt Patent today oucl note the results Itt dollars to douclmuts she will do bcttei with Zirincs Patent Flour VHJTJE9 Cream Vrniifuge ThE GUARANTEED Vi OR r rrnnY THE CHlLDRErrS FAVORITE TiHICU- IVAflE IUITriOrj3 TIn OtNUfM pn PABtt ONIY a- v3clkrdSni titiimsnt Co- MOn tnUl Sold byPerry Thomas It is always cheapest in the long run to Del the best We do the very b- estConcrete Work Give us your order and you will be well pleased and thoro ly satisfied RK Stone Phone 2 I i ppjfiOft I SON I E3uildersi1 4 n v 1 1 Estimates furnished on short notice on buildings of 1 I all kind TVealso have a large and complete stock oft 4 t t s s and Tiling l l l TODDSON I IIFor Country Homes our Pneumatic Water System water is forced nor in house stable or yard for all domestic por IBy and for tire protection Cool water in summer ice water need not be supplied to stock in winter nndereronndno freezing or bursting of pipes tEntirely automatic in action Air pressure cenerated by band pump windmill or enjine Sold on 30 DAYS TRIAL Awarded two medals and two diplomas at St Lonis Worlds Fair Hundreds of our individual water woiktplants are in use We have many letters from these satisfied users and have poblishrd about tfty of them in book form It makes a book of strong personal opinicaia copy free Costs I7SCO and up according to your requirements rite for taIl per tiColr C A flU RTON WATER SUPPLY- COlPA Y AKnas City und safe C n be rut In Iv yn r tself and operate ly Iwintl iiu t roIirecrirewindiniIiiri- tlelobt5tlrdltFt si1eriiiii- ictr HHst Il ID fir filtul fi in rriitiy luircr inl nil n pltcerrIcrnLernpedtoplare condition or position These urstciiis are the n best If ymi wont to lit up place modern and have nil tl Inteft Improvements SI In l i- dfnrflr protect your prainrt Get a Uurton System on yoi place and have hath and till tin comforts of n city IIOHH Tli ost is pHglit the ben tsxvi This cut Mliowsn cistern hutid wimp nnISold By I Richmond Motor4 P1unibioffipany Inorvorpjf Ic fiaTJiuJ cttt shows a well with hand rump V Repeating Shotguns j OI1Lover 450000 Sportsmen Used by Charles G Spencer who led all other trap shooters in 1008 with Ii RforiiVlinchcsstrong arid simple they are L THE REPEATERS THAT OUTSHOOT ALL OTHERS j Its Building Time If you intend to erect a house store house barn or other buildings Twill be glad to make drawings and submit prices on your work Repair work neatly and promptly done First class work guaranteed Get my estimate before carpentersline JEFF STOLERICHMOND KY 1 A600d Stove Saves HEAT I A Defective One Wastes It I Hence we handle only the very best stoyesf that we know are reliable f We Sell the Wonder leata St veJ q ANDT- HEModeL t Cooking i Stove Sold Under an Absolute Guarantee Oldhaml 1