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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 0 J l t cJ Section J r x 1 X BE RICHM0N0 CLILV2X Section H I I VOLUME 36 t 1iRICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY DECEMBER L1909 NUMBER 26 J I o ALLPAPERClosing t SaleS J 11t To Quit Business i tock marked down to factory cost Terms Spot Cash othing charge exchanged or sent 01 approval Sale will continue un til everything is closed out C F BROWER COMPANY LEXINGTON IY IWhen in Needof I Plastering or Concrete I MATERIAL = SEE BURNSIDE ROBINSON II Office and Warehouse on L N R RIilIUNE 143 i We also handle all kinds of Feed j i j We Sell Mxanton Patterns tOc Each he Right Way to get good work is upto4atelne Demandments A mannfacturerposted conspicnous uewdecaloguamand mentis Here they art mytimeland a long day shorthand a short days work makes my neb JbDg Third Give mo more than I expect and I will pay you more than you ex yoorrRYifFourthYou owe much to yourself you cant afford to owe anybody else nnncedent itSixthMindin time you will have a business of your own to min- dSeventhDont do anything hero whlci hurts your self respect The employcwhvill steal for me is rap able of stealing fiom ire KiKhl It is none of my business what you do ntuIAht but if dissipation dIfects what you do next day and you do hallai much as I demand youll last half as long cs jou looped KinthIIulh tell me what I like to hear but what I dught to hear 1 do not want a valet torjny vanity but 1 nsd one for my dollars Tenth Douc vrasle time cutting specks out of rotten appej Her Heart wns Broken because her complexion was had and upladiesby an Inactive liver An inactive ilver will be put in perfect condition by taking BaHirds Herbine The un byrerryThbm3s Some Good Prices pott Urns of Lancaster bought at Hrodhead 1200 turkeys at 12 cents on toot AtJoe Fart 6 sale in Bourbon yearlhg muliasold at um to S150 cows HTto Ti760 corn in field 230 perAhoektl1Uln1ley od his farm of 82 wcros 8 uiiiea from Georgetown on the Fiank fort pike tp K Hurst fot SI55 per sore CapT n English antI Jn Knox of Boyle county sold S8 head of 1300 poundeattleCStrll Colemaupf Harrods burg Friday at 5 CIS Dont pay 30 cents for Bacon when you can get Beechnuts Packing Gos Breakfast Bacon for 22j cis per jar at T T Covington fe Co Pnon 412 W P BAXTERA Mistaken Policy Lexington Gazette The report comes horn Louisville thatan attempt will be made to have the legislature repeal the law ptobibltinn the sale of liquors on Sunday in cities of the first andsecondclass We hope it is not true and jf it Is that the body will set down on it and bard Instead of making the license laws less stringent they shoud be made more soor complete prohibition will become the law The temperance people art growing morn and more in earnest in the matter and the liquor people are not wise in tempting fate Moreover if the saloon people in Louisville regard the result of the election in that city as an indi cation that the people want a wide open city they will discover their error The state will work against then aud take away what privileges they have Tim saloons or a large number oi them are responsible for the prohibition sentiment that has grown up allover time country as well as in Ken tucky and iLstrxntlp them in hand to b J ROd and not create further avessicu to them eke they will dl hoe the sup port rf the lberal and consei vatic n element from them 7 he WI Her is an advocate of high licet se and time strictest regulation wliiih would eliminate the low and crimebreeding saloons nd he believes it the part of wisdom Torino decent saltonint to join in a fight for such a regulation or they maj find that they made a mistake when hay would not accept a half a loaf when the alternative was no bread Moreovei if the saloon people regard the Louisville victory us one that means that they ale to be ghen nil sorts of concessions and show this by greater activity in evading the law the result in that city may turn cut to have been the worse thing that could have happened to Democracy Time liquor people must bo badly advised whru they set so directly against their own interests Better let well enough alone and not fly to other evils which are sure to onluU them Downs Ointment cured me of ec zema that had annoyed me a long time The cure was lloii S W Matthews Commissioner Labor Statistics Augusta Me WANTED Young men with sumo knowledge of machinery to work on our machines at uiglit Will hays a competent man to teach them the trade A good opportunity for steady young men wanting to learn a trade pagan Gas Eaguie b Mfg Co Iil73t vrKVTOKTOWN Sunday ehnol is progressing nicely A tendays meeting lira just closed Bev Mr Tussey preached and mach interest was awakened About half the tobacco hasmbeen stripped and some soldat from 12 to 14 cents 0C Coy one of our large land own ers and tobacco raisers has tQllIhis- corp and estimates that it will bring about 10000 Van Bontoti is with us this wcekget lnglMiss SVitklthisM n Whites sale was well altepdod Tim uifay and everything brought good pricesSome meat hogs have sold neighborhood at 7J cis classI W JI Hisle has opened a first grocoryand meat store No wonder time fitr lershre umilipg Yoga are selling at 7J cattle at 1 to SG mules 150 to S2CO milk rows tUO to 100 Wo think tho farmer has comr into his own at last t++ +++ 1+ ++ +++++++ 1+++ 4 Y 0Lana took f ro 1- t J+ + + + e +44+ + ++ +te+ + + 4 +40 A P Adair Fold to AI Hendrieh at Old MaSons Home ShclhjyilleKv tour bred luoc giltsat 2000 each The famous race horse Tcnny the keen rival of Salvator died last week at It K Knapps farm at Red Bank N J He was 25 years old The 1D09 oat crop is estimated at 983G18COO bushels against S0715GCOO bushels In 1003 and a live il1rnver age of 870251COO busbels For the strawberry patch nothing is more beneficial titans good covering of stabo manure applied in the f1 or earlywinter Ibe 1900 potato crop is estimated at 1C74TtOCO bushels aganst27S9S5 000 bushels in lOS and a live year3 aver ape of 298251000 busbelr MF Dunlap a farmer and banker of Jacksonville 111 sold 9hig Short horn and Hereford cattle ntflraging J 331 pounds at prices ranging from 9 to to 10 per hundred the average be fog 1G5C1 per head a price that has not been reached since tho Civil War The Carlisle Mercury says Master r The Way buy lot stock and anybody it WALL PAPER 1 t rJfA eI t ABetterJfMattress tei cress y 7M r f liberal guarantee irs backed up by theIStearns Foster Coo and proves beyond doubtithe superior quality of Yearns Fosterr iugSIEA S OSTER no you to do you by a or a in i on 61 i3u sold to O car Johnson live acres and monts near Kowdea Station 14050 per acre Ha also sold 0 acres wad small houst near Bald Hill to Gaunce f5150 per acre Tho esti mate places the 1909 haycrop at 6410 0000 tons in 19 03 and a fivo year average of 00071 000 tons is to a o old get to hang for you Phone l MATTRESS i The says the year with the October term the Fiscal Court allow ed shccp claims to tho amount of 1t 2510 There were SI claims aggre 201 sheep killed or by dogs the year Or this amount probably f400 cannot be a net fund of about 1200 for sheep which will be prorated among those whose claims were allowed j guarantee it to t any other advertised make at price All Stearns M nresses allow you to examine the jinsrcte the important side to k of the you buy J something other maker allows The ofmost mattresses isa dark secret and cant judge merely ticking pleasant talk Come today 4Every mattress sold aughts free trial Oldham LackeyCommissioner Kimhrongh irnpovc George Govcrment preliminary against 7019SCOOtons Wrong Cyntbiani Democrat During Harrison gating injured during collected leaving than any Foster most 1Ow very mattress inside pretty clerks t For Sale r A small farm about 31 miles from Richmond on good pike Apply this lutice2tEarlyRisersthosure little liver pills Dewitts Car T olized Witch Hazel Salve is the origi nal Good for cuts burns or bruises and especially for piles Sold by Perry Thomas dim December Nessage jt1 The Correct Time I to stop a cough or cold is just as soon as it startsthen there will he no danger of pneumonia or consumption Just a few doses of Horehound Syrup taken at the start will stop the eough If it has been running on for sometime the treatment will be longer but the cure is sllreISold by Perry Thomas Mound City Paints may cost altrifle moro but Stockton Ha gan 21nly We Sell May Manton Patterns I Oc Each 7e i 9rtiS r r r v In December of each year the President sends ta Congress a message recommending different lawshww i j J 1 which in his judgment should be enacted and such laws if passedare of more or less important to r t7ijr tji cJc tc V every citizen of the United States This December f 4J i 3 I J a The Hustt1 ng Cash Qtore I iIjjJ + fJ 1 2if 1 ifJhasa message of importance to deliver to its ofrrs r q x i i i i its contents assuring you that immediate action on your part will be vex 1 profitable The continued j 1 II q h jx weatherm has left us with too many heavy goods to carrye are gOIng to se IIc 1l t 1 j goods in the next four weeks we don t resort to schemesf we don t markup to mark down but we fl ir J will offer f ip 4r C rlr1 71f J51 ji r E traordlnary Values l2J z tor ri i fi 5 Siii every department No matter what kind merchandise you may want at our storey you will find rc f A vthe price lower for the quality than elsewherer and we will make good every article not giving satisfac f J iii r fetionii for the price you pay f J h rfs i A di 1 c1fil Ve Have CorripIete sortnnents f J q ii x 7 e will not atcarry t r r i tJ J 1ookin for come in and we W1J prove every statement wee make to be true r rreti S t 1y r j RrI r E1trT r Very estVctu 7toioti I7 4 ytIf b s r y f i F71i r r v vn4 aiv P er ar xi a f r2m xpw kf Z Krt f S I y4 1 1S c rt jt wale 2 J= 3 t s HAMILTON s HHOTHESfl ce Question d e Have you seen JhernV If not why not For if you see them yotj t are sure to buy t All WM Blankfets- to498 1500 Yl Laminated Cotton Comforts 349 to 399 All Linen White Waists 149 Readymade Skirts in all colors 498 to 1500 OWEN PAc ee Tile Richmond Climax THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO Incorporated A D MILLER Prest and Mangr LOUIS LANDRAbJitor 01IPRESS and FBICE 100 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE WEDNESDAY DECtI 1909 THE city of Topeaka Kansas boa secured the meetingof the Inter national Convention of the Christian Church by offering as an induce ment 25COO yellowlogged chickens Had this been offered to a Methodist meeting we would readily under stand but it seems that out brethren of the Christian faith like their chick en too It is as natural for a peacuer tc lovo fried chicken as it is for water to run down hillnnd we have never known one who could not polisha bone with all ease and grace Siu THUS Lirrox says it is a good thing to be borii poor nUll Mr Carnegie avcis that it It a good thingto- die poor If these rich ducks had to scramble around to payrent grocury bills and a tow other necessary items at the end of each month theywould change their minds Its the easiest matter in tho world for a rich man to tlgure out how a poor one should live and be happy IT is claimed that the peanut crop is unusually short and the Yucatan chicle forests which furnish the gum for chewers arc rapidly decaying which will raise the price of the gum It this will only tend to stop the annoying and disgusting practice of the peanuteating and gumchewing fiends in the theatres the good Lord will have sent a blessing upon the suffering public TilE Elizabcthtown News has blossomed out in a new dress which adds greatly to thnt attractive paper The News is one of the best papers in the State being always chock full of good reading matter lor every class of subscribers Editor Harry Som niers is a born newspaper man un derstanding overy detail of the work and we congratulate him upon the great success of the News WE regret to note that editor John Tulliam of Harrodsbnrg who was shot by a deranged man is not im1 proving as rapidly as his hoped for John one of frienl1sIi p ular men in the Kentucky xAs ociation During his absence from the tripod however genial Mack utton is keeping the Herald right at the topnotch in every detail 7Jailer Palanz of Louisville will Legisln1ttire iAfaw murderers are convicted thes- eprdays it is a smal matter how they shali be executed Nothing has a fjjtter effect in a community than a fiood oldfashioned hanging and its a pity there are no more AFLEIC all the good roads amend ment to the State Constitution passed f by a safe rnaj rity If this will do onehalf what its supporters claIm- f iCoutucky wilt soon be in the forefront fithpassablY highways The roads in this State on an average arc SSnvors3 than those of most any other I State 1 ft JAf AtiiuU judge Tct a n nu a tine of 45 1 n aIlrgti z tKmpUd II lItr AYplion nn xp rt n Htich testimony ssvs the judge was prgh as the red lips ot a pretty girl tfJu1JawoJttlcmpUl SlIlutj M tyr y t ft ITIlE Somerset Times says We aak the apology of our readers this week on account of being without printers As the editors of the Times are pretty clever people we trust their readers hurried to the office and apologized EDITOR JIM STEAKS of the NIchol asville News prints under the head Births the following The quail crop is more plentiful than was thought for as there was a second haching It is stated that the Lexington Loader will petition the Legislature to abolish Monday It would suit the country newspaper men much better to do away with Saturday especially Saturday afternoons when the pay roll is due TImE Danville Advocate invites local physicians to contribute articles to its columns dealing with problems leading to the protection of the public health This is a good idea pro vided that the physicians will use language the people will understand Ax apartment house has been con structed in New York City which rents for 122000 per suite each year and these find ready renters What wo cant understand is whyanyone with 22000 would went with an apartment A fourday bridegroom ofNewYork deserted his bride because she asked him to button her shoes Had she offered him that job before marriage he would have broken his fool neck in attempt Pity she didnt make the otTer EDITOR Desha Breckinridge of the Lexington Herald is urging a plan for the revision of the election laws in Kentucky Heres hoping his plan will succeed Anything would be an improvement over the present system s A Michigan woman has sued a man for hugging her too hard says a report Itd hard to believe such a charge The trouble in most cases is that tho fellow doesnt hug hard enough THE study of aeronautics has been added to their courses of study by a number of colleges Good way to dispose of undesirable students Leonard Wocd and Miss Ruth Spirka of Shelby county were mar riot last week Tin occasion was doubtless a warm number THE warm unseasonable fall weather is working hardship on tho merchants but it suits wo poor pco plo mightywell OVER atCynthiana a local church gave a Sock Social Its a save bet that Editor Jim Allen couldnot attend Appendicitis has been put aside by pellagra and the hookworm Personals l Mrs U J Bosley was in Lexingto yesterday IMrs M C Kellogg has return ifrom Lexington VisitinIInvisiting friends in Atlanta Ga Proto George Simmon of Lexing ton was hcrelasi week Mrs Nannie Euibrv has returned 0 las E we3of o1a 1rlenk lIti Obrnclson e a a nksg Mr N Miller and son Lonanlj of Lancaster wdro in the city Sunday Ml9 Lucy Adi tu a iaat bouicrom aa extended yislt to Fa site relatives week Mr Warfield Bennett was in Lex ington Thursday to see Mrs Leslie Carter Mr W iiLeeds and family have moved into their new home on Wood land Ave Prof D W Bridges principal of Lancaster Graded School was in town Friday Mr and Mrs A C Scanlan went to Lexington Thursday to see Mrs Les lie Carter Mrs James Smith spent Thanksgiving with Mrs Newton Combs in LexingtonMiss Scrivner of Winchester spent Thanksgiving with her sisters Mrs I G Ballard and Miss Alma Scrivner Mrs G D Simmons spent Thanks giving with her mother Mrs Frost in Lexington Miss Gottlieb of Madison Institute spent the weekend with relatives in CincinnatiHarrodsburg Herald Mack Miller of Richmond was the guest of Mr W J Hanna Monday Mr Hugh Cassiday of Danville spent Thanksgiving with his father Prof J B Cassiday Mrs D M Terrill and niece Miss Leavell spent Thanksgiving with relatives in Lancaster Mrs J M Poyntz and Miss Kath leen Poyntzspent Thanksgiving with Mt Sterlingrelativcs Miss MaryD Pickets has returned from a visit to her brother G W Pickcls Jr in Illinois Miss Mary Barrett Smith of Lex- Ington spent Thanksgiving with her mother Mrs Speed Smith Mrs J M Hayden and daughter accompanied by Mrs hattie Buchanan spent Saturday in Lexington Misses Marti and Mountjoy of Madison Institute spent Thanksgiving with Mrs Hendrcn in Lancaster Judge M C Sanfley of Stanford was in the city Friday and received warm reception from his many friends Mrs L wis Ncalo and children have rciurned from a months visit to Messrs George and John McHobcrtS in Danville Stanford Journal Mrs W A Tribblc and little Miss Dorothy Trib ble are visiting Mrs Dan II Breck at Richmond WinchestcrDcmocrat Mrs D A McCord and Miss Maggie McCordof Richmond are visiting Mars Harry ScrivenerRev McLellan was one of the principal speakers at this annual celebration ofthe Caledonian Society at Lexington last night Louis Landram editor of The Cli max has rented the residence occu pied by Mr Charles Miller on Glyn don Ava for next year Mrs Jas Dcatherage and son ClarenceWocd8 Deatherage have returned from a visit to her daughter Mrj It C Logan at Elliott Ia Mrs MacFerran Crowe and children of Versailles Mrs R S Crowe and Mrs 1 C Hunt of Bcattyvillo hare been visiting Mrs Elizabeth Crow Misses Cary Rico and Margaret Par rish spent Thanksgiving in Lexington and witnessed the production Vasta Herne phvjcd by Mrs Leslie Carter MtSterftng Advocate MrsDM- Chenault of Richmond is with her sister Mrs Geo SnydcrNathan Pcatheragp of Richmond visited Wm Phelps last week B lIvf West Virgia stopped last week with friends here while en route to Louisville where ho has accepted position with Lane Boone stenographers Nicholasvillo Tribune Mr and olitahnionejprWiifhIldreri 4pendlo- reek vlt r Moll4Ielt1- Ion llur f tbl cj has been appointed by Coy WilUon us one of the delegates to Ike Sonti ern Commercial CoBjriS3 to meet in Washington Dec 0thand 7tk islt Lo4y fos urMttoMlStM kowMr D will ilso visit Camp Douglas where he Was for nineteen moaths a prisoner or war Tkeirst gcrman given by the local club will be danced thisFrlday evening at Masonic Temple Mr Warfield Bennett the newlyelected president will lead and a most enjoyable event ia anticipatedMr of Hirksville is at the Jewish Hospital Cincinnati receiving treatment fur stomach trou ble He has many friends hero who will bo glad to know that his condI- tion h considerably improved- Mr John Clark Altman who is attending a Cincinnati school of phar macy was hero a few days last week visiting his parents Capt and Mrs Jas H Allman He is progressing nicely learning the art of rolling pills Miss Olive Cain left Sunday for Louisville to spend a few weeks with relatives Mrs J W Cain and Mrs Arthur Scott where she will accom pany them on an extended trip through New York City and other points of interest to spend the holidays Dr Hugh R Gibson has returned from a five weeks stay with the Drs Mayo at Rochester Minn where he received treatment for stomach trouble He returned by Crab Or chard Springs where he spenLpeveral weeks While yet quite weak he is verymuch improved News has been received by friends and relatives of the birth of a beautiful little daughter to Dr and Mrs Carl Grant of Louisville The little lady has been christened Lucy Belle Mrs Grant was formerly Miss Florrie Rayburn of this city and has many friends who extend hearty congratu lations Mr Robert J McBnde of Louisville was in our city for a short time Saturdayand paid The Climax office ahighly appreciated call He is one of the editors of the Louisville Times and a gentleman of culture and ability Mac numbers his friends by the hundreds and no one is more justly popular Lancaster Re ordMr and Mrs L T Wilson of Richmond spent Thanksgiving with Mr and Mrs W R GottMrs Bert Soper and Miss Minnie Gnlley are visiting Mrs D R Allman of Richmond Editor Louis Landram of the Climax and wife will arrive tonight to visit relatives and get several square meals Miss Fannie Wilson has returned to Rich mondAmong the delightful social events of last week was the dinner party giv en by Mrs Will Boggs at Red Home Covers were laid for the following guests Mesdames Dave McCord Lw is Schlegel Robt Boggs B E Tur ley Mary Boggs Rufus McCord Ri Icy Spears Rufus Shearer B Turley Wm Arnold Joe Wagers Ww G White Bettie Susher Ben Boggs Williams Chas Higgins Miss Elizabeth Farris One of the most enjoyable occasions of the season was the reception given Tuesday evening at Madison Institute by the faculty to the resident pupils Each young lady was to invite two friends and nearly all accepted the invitations making the party a large and merry one There were about one hundred guests present and the happy party will never forget the pleasant event An elegant lunch was served during the evening As has been stated in The Climax Madi son Institute is enjoying one of its most successful years both in point of attendance and good work accomplished Prof Cassiiay and his able assistants are the right people in the right place and our people are proud of their splendid work The students are doing good work and the faculty speak in highest praise of the re markable success being achieved will be gad to lay away for any article selected froUi jWe stock Wines Whittinglon PANOLA J J Johnstone has returned from a short stay ut Beattyvillo Misses Minerva and Dcma Logdscn were gucts of Mrs M A Logsdou Saturday Mr Nat Brown agent here forthe L N lana been sent to Volley View Miss Annie Green of Station Camp and Miss Lillie ChriEinati of Patiola were guests ol Mrs Jane Hnuderton aC Speedwell Tuesday Miss Sallie Broaddui hue returned from a visit to Silver Creek friends Mr and Mrs Charles Sharp of Rich rnpnd has beau visiting his brother DF Sharp Ktid family Rev W V Wilkerson of Lexington is spending few days with Dr and Mrs S N Juhnstoiie Mr and Mrs E S Usher visited their son Dr Baker nt Dreyfus Sun day p Fine homemade kraut end home ground irieal at 137 First St Take Notice I hereby warn all hunters both white and black to stay off my property at Moberly The grasp corn and every thing on the farm is so dry that a blaze would be very destructive therefore I cannot permit anyone to hunt on said land 8 Jf EVHIE MOBEHLY Imo Didnt Happen Here There is a motion before the house says Madame President holding the gavel so that her rings ccme into tIc foreground What is you wish regarding it MamOVesldeni tiboglss the new taamber rilln1 with a flutter Mrs Justine recognizes the preti dent 1 move that the motion becarrJedI f I Very Artistic IijllY pMr l a In itnag rtrrpiitIt7iLtiuiil HubtJarS WiMi say sLwima Sn WJllt o artistic that one day when one flier peekaboo gliiitwiiits alte tid made herself fcU Into t lie pknol th y p l ycd two tsthovn ri two4ks with 1t M It 11 t 1ltV i iCri I 0H ilh TOp 111 Tl Shoes IIIJt 1 7 FOR t = rI 11 1 Big Men and Little Men Big Boys and UttIeB i t ftjj Big Misses and Little Misses j Ji 1111 Iligh Top Shoes for the whole family Large varietyofSstyIe w fi2 5j with satisfying prices io Ii tJ 1 7Ii 1i J 4T j ci1 t 111 eI RICE ARNOOi Iff jlj THE ONE PRICE HOUSE Ig h Ik j ms1 IiiBSnn au 6 sFishing In Kentucky River The chief of engineers of the United States seems to think that the leeks and dams on the Kentacky River have had no appreciable effect on freight rates and consequently have done but little good One good at least it is doing It is rapidly making Kentucky River one of the best fishing streams in the South The Winchester Democrat heard an old fisherman recently predict that the time would come when people from the North would come to Kentucky to fish even as we now go to Michigan for that purpose During the last few years the kinds of fish caught have greatly changed When the writer was a boy newlighis were never caught out of the river Now they are very common brim and others of the kind with which the Winchester reservoir has been sOcked have eros p ed over the dam into the river and are Retting plentiful in this section of stream The number of suckers theI horse and others of that nature are rapidly diminishing or at least are not caught as they were form- erlyOpera = House Friday Dec 3 W F Mann Presents Miss Dolse Melrose and Miss Madge Thurston In a dramatization of Mary J Holmes Famous Novel Tempestand Sunshine By lens B Parker A beautiful story of southern life in Kentucky before the war 2nd Season of Phenomenial Success Prices 25 35 50 75c Seats at White Wines Drug Store Land N Time Card SOUTHBOUND No 71 Mixed For S lver Crack PtinT Lick Lancaster Crab Orchard and points South leaves Richmond daily except Sunday 715 AM Ar rive Ucwtand lOuO a in No 27or Sl1er CreukPnlnt LickLau caster S nnford enl all btifoi in Jxmisyille lesvrs Richmond 103 r M Loiuville 6lU r Kc 33 Fur Jacksonville and the South through trains leave Uiclnnond 1120 A r Leaves Cincinnati 800 M No 37 For Knoxville through makes all steps arrives Richmond 1102 AM leaves It cliinnnd It 31 A M Arrive Kuoxvl 700 r No9 For SIver Creek Paint Lick Lancaster all stops leave Jticii inond 725 P u arrive At Stanford 850 Daily exempt Sunday Leive FounhSst eatEn Cincinnati 255 v sr No 31 Limited for Atlantalcaves Rich Atlanta825 r M NORTHBOUND No Si LImit i tor Cincinnati leave Richmond 417 M antic Cincin nati 745 No 10 From Stanford leave Richmond JOtMNonoonNoRichmond tOO r it arrive Ciucitt nati 6lOrn No limitedleaveCfncinnati 815 p u No arrivesRichmondJill trains run daily except where otherwise stated Shoppers get busy Dont wait til the stores are overcrowded Fer Sale Fine 2ysar old Jeareey Bull Certificate of Transferr Name Signal For H R No 83820 Marking Solid Color Black Switch From J W Sweeney Lancaster Ky to 1 C Rucker Paint Lick Ky- Osiginal American Jersey Cattle Club N Y Address 0 Rucker 2t Paint Lick Ky For Sale My farm of 250 acres good improve ments and land leas than 5 miles from Richmond all well set in grass except 25 acres which is now in corn This farm is on good pike dwelling with 8 rooms and a good dwelling good barn and outbuildings all good plenty of waler and timber This farm will be sold Pn teasonablo terms and at II bargain WILSON TATE n75t Richmond Ky PUBLIC SALE of Valuable Madison County Farm The undersigned Thomas J Curtis assignee of H J Bennett will on Saturday Dec 18 1909 jell at public auction to the liieliest bidder the tract of about 150 acres of land now owned and occupied hv Dr II J Bennett 8mnteci about miles from R ciimoiit Ky on the Richmond and Lancaster turnpike road The improvdbniluiiius intl time quality and location if this farm istiiieU passed in Madison county and the titlo petted Will also sell some handsome old style furniture The sale will take place on the premies at 11 oclock a m and upon the following credit viz Onehalf to dayIthe first day of January loll with 6 percent interest fiom January 1010 and fur n liich note will herequired se cured by lien 011 ta d The land will be tnrvcyed btfore day of sale and possession will be givnn to purchaser upon ejinplinnce with terms of sale on January 1 1910 Thomas J Curtis Assignee of H J Ben- nettniiu SALE having derided to IO to Texas I de aire to tell the following property to thu highat and bist bidder at 10 In on the premises C miles from Richmond at forks of Mill Urove and Lan roister pike o- nThursday Dec 30 1909 3 g Itd Nu 1 four year old mules 1 iliee jcar old mare nine 1 three year old lo muh 2 good ted milch cows Otto will be freshAnri I j 1 good Jersey yearlIngbeiferaser gil j 8 nIce shoats 12 good stock hops I mowing machine good as new I catling harrow gosd as new 1 cnlti vatcr god as new j 1 section harrow 8ineshovel loW 2 double sliovel plows tetof blackEmitliing looTs and other things too numerous to mention All f thesn thi g have only been used newhfoiistliotdcluding a new sit stove One two horse wagon good as new 1 spring wagon i good rariihge and doable set of harness 2 sets of wagon harness some hay and coin about 300 shocks of fodder rentfarmday olsile ARMER HISLE Long Tom Clennult Auctioneer Royal Baking Powder is the greatest of time and labor rrsavers tothe pastrycook Economizes flour butter F and eggs and maizes the fooddigestible ndheallhfu1 O14LIN6oW7 WJ Makes nicst hqIYJtlf od NcaInrno Haae phOSphates mac1etromROY81Grt1p 0 tI i Notice All hunters are hereby warned not to trespass on the farm known as the Z T RIO place Ii miles from Richmond on Big Hill pike All violations will be punished accordency to law 17lm Mack Hamilton For Sale A houre and lot of 5 acres with all necessary outbuildings and a twostory business house on same Mrs G D Judy 17n tf Kirksville Ky For Sale Nice seven room residence on North street Good deep lot barn and all other necessary outbuildings Price right Applv to 174t Tames Hunley For Sale- A number of thoroughbred White Holland turkeys Single gobblers sI 50 single hens S250 Trio consist mug of one gobbler and two hens 900 H P GILBERT n74t R D No 3 Richmond Ky Civil Engineering AND- Surveying Special Attention to Division of Estates H J Tinsley Box 276 Lancaster Ky 21nlm fTirai Designs cut Flowers Plants Furnished on short notice Special attention to designs for Funerals and Weddings Richmond Greenhouses iTELH 188 WEST MAIN Open Sundays from 2 to 5 j ni 6o T Special pricesFrom now until January 1 1910 I will make the fol lowing attractiv prices on Groceries Best Granulated Sugar 17 pounds foruTowntoPBu 8c per can 8 cans for Best CornScper an 3 fur Salmon per can n String Beans per c nu n Sardines per box d Table Peachesl9l and r Pie Penchesun oo Dried Penchesu nnool pwtoU fur J Whole grain Rlcen nn8 forJ Citron per poundL n Pearl Flouru i Meal per bushel n H Best Brass Wash Boardsnunu 2 Coal Oil per gal1nnu r uu on u lr jGasoline per gallon u Matches 3 boxes u 5p Lenox Soap- Wyandotte Li Cleaner and Cleanser 2oc size h Fresh Fish and Oysters every Friday and Saturday Call and see my Christmas Candies from 7c up JAMES B PARKE i CASH STORE Phone 624FIRST STREET C E1 i II I HUI S I 1 Y II 19OOFE- xtra Free Voteswithevery 10 turned in on Subscriptions during Week of November 27 to December 4 After this week offer will diminish 1000 votes making 18000 during week of December 4th to llth Contestants should keep hot att r it during this Big BargainWeek during which we Dialv the liberal Free Vote Offer This is the greatest opportunity that will be offered during r s secutlargcthe Elegant Piano to be given away in your district 7j Have You a Friend in the Contest E11t lendlierurssistbyt n r free vote gIven during the contest like the one named above 7 U i gt rPutOn Your Eighting5bthcs f t ii Ji J rAnd bear in mind that all cotebt are otki lPIl eqti1 gr li which makes it en thatYOUIrClimax PnntingCornpan3Jt tt 4 i r Iecfioi2 THE T RICHMOND MAo 1Ir CItI X Section 2 VOLUME 36 TI RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY v DECEMBER 1 1909 NUMBER 26 1 F c Countyr I Ii u I HaidwareCoI1EADQUAR FOR F Cooking and Heating Stoves Farming Implementsand- Hardware of All Kinds ii GIVE THEM il A CALLL = p r y c COUGHS COWS oN Ouch ONCHI uilE THROAT HOARSENESS ETC v r r N r VAIhj ik1 W erIQc-i r THREE SIZES Jc SOc AND 1GO i 3A11ARD SNOW UNI lENT CO ST LOUIS MO aEaa SScJcS and Re sommondetf to iiaia SJtvKi PERRY THOMAS i t George EnglishI PLUMBINGa i Doctor for 1 i G5 and Gasoline En ines I liI1210 E Main Street Phone619 RICHMOND KENTUCKY 1 Texas LandsIQ tho Pan Handle of Texas are now offered by the Svenson Land Co to purchasers in lots from 80 to 10000 acres at 12 too per acre located on the Santa Fe Railroad near Boviaa It This land is a deep virgin soil almost perfectly level fine roils good climate no malaria or mosquitoes Private cars leave here on DECEMBER SIXTH with low rte for the accommodation of prospective purchasers wishing to make close invest gatlon of this property For full informa tn and illustrated literature see or write to FREEMAN GRIDERI Vr Perry Thomas Real Estate and Insurance Ag- enis11BE AIR TIGTH HOT BLAST Burns SLACKor SOFT COAL Without Smoke or Soot Heats Double the Space Heated by any other Stove with half the fuel Clean Neat Economical The kind to buy for service A Money Saver for People who want a Good Stove at an Honest Price See itn operation You will Jikeaifc h t EXCLUSIVELY BY ISOLD Co OYSTERS RICHMOND KY IiZGO D MEALS COLD DRINKS EVERYTHING GOOD TO EAT ALL HOURS RICCIS NEW RESTAURANT Fancy Crocer M Fruits Candies x Cigcs Tobacco s lClIn 1dJlcondRICHM lfD KY 1e 1 FRESH OYST RS One Million Dollars for a Good Stomach This Offer Should be a Warn ing to Every Man and Woman The newspapersand medical jour nals have had much to say relative to a famous millionaires offer ofa million dollars for a new stomach This peat muUImiilionalrc was too toworryabouttho condition of his stomach He allowed his pepsia to run from bad to worse untill in the end it became incurable His nsfortune should serve as a warning to ctlurs Every one who suffers with dyspepsia for A few years will ive everything ho iwns for a new stomach Dyspepsia is caused by an abnfr nul stato of the gastric juices Thor is one element missing Pepsin The absence of this destroys the function of the gastric fluids They lose their power to digest food We are nowablo to supply the pep sin inn form almost identical to thai naturally created by the system when in nortahl health so that it restores to the gastrjc juices their digestive power and thus mates the stomach strong and well We want every one troubled with indigestion and dyspepsia to come hour store and obtain a box of Kexail Dyspepsia Tablets They contain Ills preparEdbygreatest power to overcome digestive disturbance Kexail Dyspepsia Tabets are verv pleasant to lake They sojtLe the irritable weak stomach strengthen and invigorate the digestive organs relievo nausea and indigestion pro moto nutrition and bring about a feeling of comfort If you give Ituxall Tablets a trial wo will return your money if you are not satisfied with tbo result Three sizes 25a 50c and 100 Ro msmber you can obtain Rcxall Kcrnr lies in Richmond only at our store Perry and Thomas Richmond Wheat jumped to 125 a bushel on the Lexington market yesterday It is stated that the acreage was short this year and qaalily poor and that he millers are having trouble in se curing fit oInss grain This is Worth Remembering Whenever you havo a cough or told IJlneyandrarnight j llctman of Nashua Iowa write List winter I hal a ttd cold n fly lungs and tried at least half a mediinearttteatmentfrom out getting any bflm fit A frierd re eommendfid Foev Honey and Tar and twnthirds of a bottle cured m ndlungmember the name Foleys Honey and Tar and refuse sub tutes Sold bv Stockton Son dlm Swinging desk stand for typewriter Sew OrnpleteThis offica Dyspepsia is our national ailment Burdock Blood Bitters is the nationa cure for it It strengthens stomach digestivoyou up dlm a Entries To Date Tho following names of young ladies have been sent in for the big piano contest As each young lallstarls with thousand votes and their friends are going to work in earnest tho race promises to wax warm to the finish Each starts with equal show jug PiuS remember that every one bringing as much as ten dollars In cash to the rflire by Saturday afternoon goldjewelrythe number of votes entitled to It is not Lo late to add other names to send in any you wish Mayme Powell Moberly Ollio Winkler Moberly Aiiiie0ockrill Waco Matie Pitman Waco Addie Mellon College Hill Stella Wilson Waco Gertrude Grinstead Moberly LncyIbarpe Tuwu tJ Xaniiis Wliortoii Valley View O ant ha Uressler Vailiy Vevr Eloise Million New by s Mary Tudir Now by Sallie II Parish Silver Creek Irula Wheeler irksville I Midrue Sarrisi Silver Greek Mariottn Jones R F D 2 Richmond 0ara Gibson II F D 2 Richmond 1argaret Carry White hell Hatlie Mobtrly Itirlnon Elizabeth FarrisJitfd House Iary Hainra liutliton Lucy Williams Ruthton Martha King Cottonlnirc Nova Orusa 11 F D I UfchindiicI- Hertlm Lear Rutbtou May Xiberts Hulliton- Rshel Garrett R F D Richmond Annie Chritopher R FD4 Richmond Nor Davis Red House Anal Asbill It F D 4 Richmond Eflk Northcutt Talioy View Jlipgie Eds Union City Mary Thomas Laura Dozier ClevaDunn Miry 1 Parks Lucy Jones Mary 11 Shearrer Irene McKinney Grrfco Dalton Red House DoylersvilJ9Grace IN RICHMOND Anne Bennett ohen Bessie Parks- Catherine Scott- MnttlePi Duncan Foster Rus2ll Stouffer 111ryOLIltonI Foleyd Honey anti Tar is the bes and safest cough remedy for children At the firat symptoms of a cold giv as directed ant ward off danger 01 roup bronchitis sore throat cold it the head stuffy breathing It bring comfort nod ease to the little ones Contains no opiates or other harmful rerSon dlm The Richmond Steam Laundry a t your service Call or ring 52 The next time one of the cbihlreIcatch cold give it something promptly and freely but gently mov the bowels In that way the cold wiP thosysteinKennedys freelyheals irritation anti stops the cough ehildrcnSold Baby wont suffer flvo minutes will Eolectric== r- VJE r rIaff IDecided to quit busi ness and close out the entire sfock by Janua ry 1st I have many good bargains as my Istock sallnew and things are going at a hi price g g- L I m ft W LDIn Jd = == t==== x===== == President VicePros 2d IcePcs Secy Trets o Jr CITENAULT OSCARGARRICKE A FARRA W L BAKER n rllKentucky TOD1CCD aliaa- om an LBXINGXONir KENTUCKY The largest and most commodious sale and storage plan t in Kentucky Floor space onehalf million pounds shelter for InO 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 siles are grand with prices averaging close to 15 cents for all grades up to this time Send your tobacco as fast aS ready and be assured Of fair treatment and the best price DontselLlo speculators afs they must buy cheap enough to make a profit oa your tobacco We look for prices to improve through too season rwill greatlyfappreciate every loid frojm my native thurity Reset i OHoLUanUT1LL nt 1uT7 IL u n fAthl 1 OfiCHAffi aNi 4 DY FEJRiGGREGISTER ROCKFORDIA l CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED J This matter must not be reprinted without special permission NINETEEN BUSHELS PER ACRE lit many sections of the Oat belt there has beu a marked detorlonuiotr In the oat yield during the past two or nnd sojironouuced has lhit n consuicnt or two rII1leeycnrs Fllnatlon may he worth low yield of this year Btouis in yirt tine to poor wed but possibly In larger measure to the fact that the gniln wnsnot sown with tho tUsk drill us It should have been but wns broadcasted In a Black and sluv euiv rannnrr vtth4hc result that tho stand was very poor Contributing to this result is nnntjir factor that is even more frrudainentalnnrnely a gradual depletion of tho soil by an Im proper mcthcd of UHnse to the point where His not capable of producing satisfactory yied in a list of some twenty men whoso thrashing returns were reported to PI writer recently the average yield twns but nlncteeli inislicls to the ncrej the lowest being eleven bushels anditho highest thlrty Qvo and onohalf lmMieIs or over three times AS uneh The farm whlch pro dnceil the cloven liuibel yleldhns beer lyptemntirally skluijcil for yoon past The one gave thlrt fie anti incUalf bushels his raised much stock cud its fcrtllitj kept up by feed lug mOst of the lrlretsot tire farm un HIQ farm Klnetoen bushels to the nero and that In a section where ontf In the past hare yielded as high ap sixty and seventy bushels shows II stnle of ntlolrs whirl farmers individ ually and collectively may well IK looking Into How Ibng Is it going to take for agriculturists to learn that they cant keep subtracting from tin soil principal each rear without re placing It with fertilizers and still jon hone taking from it the same Interest returns In the shape of crop yields BUTTER FAT PRICES tA community not far from wirer the writer lives tins had an experience of late in tIle matterof prices received for cream sent to eenlrallzer and lo cal creameries that uht to offer n suggestion to 11aiQmell who mny led to desert the home creamery be cause of higher prices offered tempera rily by the ccntrallzcr plant for the purpose of killing competition During the latter part of August the time when the comparison of prices was made a local creamery was payin 2S cents per poundifor butter tnt Pilessfag but IS cents a difference ofC I cents per pound Wore the condition under which cream Is marketed In the country investigated a like diserep ancy in price would quite likely be found to exist Of course the central Izer plant often pays a higher pricr than the local cooperative or private creamery but It is only for the pur pose of running such opponents out of business JYIicn they trove matters In their own hands they pay as little ap they please nUll let disgruntled patron whistle if they arent satisfied with the size of their monthly cream cheeks POINT3 TO CONSIDER While tire temptation Is often grcaf to buy lumber anti building supplier direct from house wrecking or cata logue lunibnr houses owing to whai seem like exorbitant prices charged b llieliotne dealer It is well to take one or two things into account before do lug so Much of tub catalogue stu3 Is job lots that is Inferior and oflen secondhand or second grade material crooked knotty and bull y cuetked When one buys a carload of this stotl the per cent of poor stuff is usually large but whether large or small the buyer has it on his bands and cannot return It as he lacy if he buys of fir home dealer Hence he should figure this In as a portion of the cost price along with freight charges which are often left out 9f the count when a com hanson of home antI foreign lumber prices is made Wherever one finally decides to make Ills purchase it will In to his own Interest as well as fair tc tire home dealer to figure with him making a careful comparison of prices quality etc QUEER BUSINESS A lot of supposedly honest anti rC spectable people in some soctlous see to consider a neighboring orchard ai semipublic property anti raid It with out compunction whenever the tit take them These people may not realist that It costs the owner just as much to prune nmt spray his trees anti tit the ground as it docs his neighbor to care forn corn potato or small gralo crop Yet these same folks would consider it mighty queer business stealluglf tine orchard owner should go Into heir llelils husk nnil make ajT with a sock of corn or dig anti appro pride a bushel of potatoes Tjie prop oaltlon is just as broad as it Is long nnd the cihics Involved juake uodis tluctiop btweeu a crop that grows 91 trees anti that produced on stalks or vines For Sale IRa 1ial1t House Heater good sane Iti Vliite Strayed A Black IJarkshfrt sew VelJhl abjtlt 2O pounds tf ReguaJesf the boivels prompter easy nnural movismdnl cures 01 itipation UiJsnSj Ilegtilets A sk your tlruggitfrr tlieDi 25s oaIO 7 For S Ie J rrivao two store Iijiue3 ons cj upieil hi TiylorOlharnIardwarp the oiiertlinttvn as hn Kacfect Store h3XhotrMJin St J I3 Cireanleaf tI ExLcU or A Haariy ApycMtc is what hi si baW 9 hnve lint is o no banplii jt thorn if they kayo worn ye sure rOil UJi tint IJcoujlt JUptqmfarwvbllngr7 alnlrg ia Trelgal Salt yeltiw com picxioo A Lea doles ol AVIitr rnsm Vtrraifuje will vogfl iaf errns It itt a postLvfii r j mid rt tiftbfe tHclj 25 venrsjwi bottle Solit y Ferry dtin ITire stubs of clover hay left in the cow mangers wiUbe eaten tip clean by the horses provided their main rough age ration Is timothy or wild tray Even the clover stalks arc good for them and they know It A manure spreader seasjnably nnd properly used Is one of the best money 11uliISor money savers on the farm Tile common method of ban dling with a fork with its lumpy ill- stribtrtIouIsvastefuI extravagant and slow If lib housewife will tear ordinary newspapers Into pieces a couple of Indies aiross wet them and sea tier them over the hoar to be swept they will be found a material aid In laying the dust and in picking It up clean from floor or carpet The Giautiis the largest tree In the Snntii CniKgrovo of big trees It Is sixty live feet In circumference at the base nod ii 30 fee high with seventy five feeL of the top broken off The ago pf the tree is uncertain but it is placed by scientists at between 3000 and 3CCO years Not honest failure III health finan cial reverse or any other external contingency has In It tire power to completely dull the brightness of the snn take pink from dawn or sinset extinguish tire zest and worth of liv ing hut only sin mill wrongdoing This Is a simple truth tire force of which 13I all too often little appreciated yet one that is given everyday proof It is the right time now before the leaves In the orchard have nil fallen to go through anti mark the trees which are dead or so far gonothat they cannot be pruned back and given i new start The health of the tree ran easily be noted from the comB lion of tire leave and the presence of scrnwny undersized fruit and If innrked now the trees may be removed any time before sprilig An advantage of tire cement floor In the stable is tint it makes possible a saving of the liquid immures which contain valuable fertilizing elements These may be absorbed by abundant bodiliiig of straw or In the cjise of cows earth leaves or sawdust may be wattoml In the gutter at the rear of the nnlninls The Important thing is tire saving of those liquids the method being of nilnor importance A couple of Chicago men are said to have discovered a method of manufaf tuning alcohol from sawdust whereby It may produced at a cost of 7 t ents per gallon ns against 15 cents r more Tor tIre distillation of grain alcohol Considering the prospective scarcity of rom nod also of sawdust the new process would seem to mayo little to timincud It from the commercial stand point for tire future whatever may be done with It in the present We saw a tobacco catalogue the other day in which a pretty good look Ins saddle wns offered as a premium for 3000 tobacco tags Since the tags run about five to the pound this offer means that a fellow would have to phew up pounds four times IrIs own weight to get the saddle anti tIlls would cost him at CO cents a pound 300 Considering the fact that l ire tobacco works physical and mental harm rather than good it makes the cost of the saddle a bit high Bulletin Xo ISO issued a short time tgo by the YIsconsln experiment ski lion places the annual loss to tire farmers of tire Hadger State through the careless handling of manures at SOOOOOOO This estimate is based on i careful chemical analysis of farm v fertilizingliuehandling It wouldseeni in the face of neb ifgures afe these ns though it were ilwut time for the stoclc farmer to take measures tpjstop a big leak A walk turgugh a field of standing orn mill direful inspection of the ears nIII bring out the frt that the cars which are high up on the stalk arc not ao far along and well matured as those which are waist or chest high This should servo to give point to tIne sing gestion that if early maturing seed Is Jeslroil the low growling ears should b selected Another point In favor of the low ear is that Its early maturity makes possible a borough drying of It before the freezing weather comcsTjn It was supposed at the time of tine nactuient of the Payne tariff bill that the eight cent duty which was irlacetiL on imported lemons would much to tho returns oN the lemon jrowera of the country which if tlle- rrllQrts are true have riot been flour Milng in an entirely fsatlsfactory way Rut this consummation Is not to be is this transcontinental roads lowe within a few weeks raised the rate on lemons which will just about con sume the 8 cents In question leav- Ing tine grower where he was before with tIre public mulcted what It is al leged will be 10000000 a year anti Hits string sum stuck Into tine coffers if the transportation companies Thus tin lemon duty bids fair In very earnest to be another lemon which was ipudcd the dear people in the recently enacted nod muchcussed and discuss ed tariff bill The lemon growers will undoubtedly contest the prospective 3tte Increase but it ls hardly likely that their protest will avail them any hlng The Family Physician The best medicines in the pJaceorthehim early when taken ill If the trouble is With your throat bronchial tubes or takingAyersChcrry take it or not as he says 4eLt onl to banlih leobal ournedletnM We urge ro bi coniult sour doctor indicetJonconstJpatIOJ1 inlCJiverAlkyoUfd doselssmali=1h4 yjhoJO AsI olmtel1 Xua s r j the Newest ottO Latest Novel Young Netplain nnd fancy effects the IiFunllshinJR kind nntterns some gay others plain the right litI llIIelettodayCottie Character in- CLOTHES You Satisfied ProlreE8is IIrconrnisionjfyouCliaructerNaking indhluualtwllinhuuce mluneilifesIwillorproducedbMaster Designers SCHLOSS BROS Baltimore bySchlossthedaytheythtlIwelldressed finestpossible WD OLDHAM CO RICHMOND KENTUCKY Weve Rounded Up the Best f Our large purchases of choice furniture display has1 enabled best stylesand name the lowest prices j Now is the time refurnish your home buy apiece of Furniture that corner that have needed make early selction from showing LU M A Nan d HIGGINS HOME FURNISHERS Furniture Carpets and Stoves Opposite Hotel Glyndon Richmond Kentucky Headquarters Sewing Machine Supplies Machines Money to Loan on Good Farm- Lands Tho Northwestern Mutual Like In iirance C will lean money at per tent interest on good improved farm muds on Mortgage Apply to J C Chenanlt Atty C9f Richmond Ky For Rent Office of two room on ground floor n Schfogel Also one good table could be used for work shop thone No Wanted Good reiabe nun suet women ai gents Pay good salarits or comrois lion Call at once Miler House 350 West Main I Silver Toilet Sets Nothing wilt be as much apprecic tcd by the bride and groom aa soar c thinp that will be pt practical ns weB is decorative uSclnoJhcr words IInlid aHortments assortinenta that compare favoiabl wltk ike Osl complttelj stocked c1 mtrefolitaa establUkmcBts at price tint Ate much better thin those ken or wlire YOH m1Ie well to JBspeet par stocks WfOM ja bajr elsewkcra a Lo iE LA NEI rJ Ourclotli8 cost no more cation to buy our pleas creetinjr awaits you nt 2 TRAINS DAILY 2 I ST WITHOUT CHANGE f Iswhat lends Character to Men Are with the way you look or do yon nowhere mere noticeable than in cur Cothts Ncrchant or a Doctor a or a Dunker Stylish Clothe und place Ou in the hoot rank offuvoiiicsUy ittry oneof the we will stake our reputation monument of earnest endeavor that to yourself to await und Mek the first ad Tailors and CO i of and New York On Sale Here Only preme charm and of beinguncomwonly We have a splendid showing of all the new styles There are Business Suits Day and Evening Dress Suits and Overcoats and hand tailored garments that are made in the way You must come iuand try ononeofthese garments and you will then relize the difference between these anti the ordinary clothes of the shops Ties the new kind that give and tone cIpresslonI IShoes the nolibest pattern styles the lent makes Try now on us to get the to to one room or to for odd youJ Be sure to an our We are for for all bnilding quoted confidence Raincoats the LOW RournTRIP HOMESEEKERS FARES w The West Southwest and Northwest VIA Louis 2 TRAINS DAILY 2 WITHOUT T- OSTLOUIS CHANGE J I Tickets on Salo First and Third Tuesdays In each IMonth Return Limit 25 Days from Date of Salo X3 Write for Fares and Special Diverse Route Arranjeraentjffa It F PENS TPA 11 GARDNER G P A LODISVItLB KY Furs Hides Ir 1ttrI pay the market price for Eurs Hides IronFRags Etc If you cannot bring them write cr i telephone and I will call MWIDESTELEPHONE 363 203 Estill Avenue RICHMOND KY Atew Quarters j are establishediii Out new quarters in the 1w City JLill building and are better prepared eyerto cafe for your skins1 Bring us your Hideg Furs lion FreshvGroc ries and Vegfttiiblfis in season i 4 7 httrman Grocefy 0 ===== Company I 7 c c k Ilf BOYS SUITS livery mother wants to see her boy look as weIF or even ralittle better than some ones else boy Her wish canVbe i gratified if she comes to this sale These arebu x It tig1y the best wear of selected materials i Boys 200 Suits now r 1 24 Boys 5250 Sultsnovi 198 jBoys 350 Suits now 1 2dS Boys500 Suits now t f rJ8r Boys 750 Suits now f 598 f j Boys 1000 Suits now 8 48 Roy s 150 Suits n6w 1 9 p8 1 s Collars Suspended Gloves and Overalls allat greatly reduced prices rf A Mens Night Shirts made fancy Outing Green Tag price 45 cents i t t Ii r Did You Ever SeeA Bull Dog Let Loose To get a better hold of course you yr didnt for the same reason you should hold on these bar gains you will never I net a better chance riIdSpecializing Suits For Men At 1248 We are going to mjike a very novel proposition and if we did not hate confidence in tlirseiuitB we ccuM not afford to suggest BBfha tiring Go to any cloth jog store in Richmond and atJC to see the suits tbey sell fOf18 examine luegaiuieBls careltilly takoyourtino- aboutit Itiapoctibo fabrics llio way they aro wade upj the seams look nt thebutton holes and the linings then core to our Stole and coiiipaie what you see elsewhere with these 1248 suits and we will prove to your entire Satisfaction that wo aio able to save you just 552 Remember that a this price we have all that is new in styles weaves patterns and call fat wish ym with any color that you waut at Green Tag Price 124B This windproof rainproof and snO proof Overcoat is the last work in utility practiea bility and styling It is your coat if you want it and at a price that will make you say Jeswhen 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 and anticipate for the future Just look at the wonderful reductions we are making in these suits All 750 values Green Tag Sale price 498 1l10 values Green Tag Sale pricevv f9S All 1250 values Green Tag Sale price 998 All 15 values Green Tag Sale price i 1248 All 518 and 20 values Green Tag price i 1498T Allothers reduced f in proportion f J f 0 r MensOvercoats and Raincoats l1 We can surprise YOU in the bargains we offer in overcoats Every overcoat is remarkably cheap at the s E t u ask for them but our determination is to reduce this stock in the shortest possible time and aetheretore giuesyou these bargains C 2 r TJ hf r 1500 and 1600 values Green Tag Price 7 H rl J 1250 values Green Tag Price Jif5 V Ly 1i UOq J C 1000 values Green Tag PrIce J 4 If r lc 79f 750 values Green Tag Price p v 98 MILL END AND GREEN TAG SALE s h i 1 jC f = D 0 E V E L D E RGf l TU 111 u 1 BigBargain in Mens PantsfWe have several dozen Mens Pants recently purchased and made of French Worsteds Cashmeres and Fancy neat patterns in solid colors We are oh gto put them in this Green Tag Sale at prices that ought to insure a speedy clearance All our 125 and 8150 values Green Tag Sale Price per pair S 98 All onr 200 values Green Tag Sale Price per pair 1 29 All our 250 values Green Tag Sale Price per pair 1 74 VAlIdur tOOvalues Green Tag Sale Price per pair 298 Alloiir 500 values Green Tag Sale Price per pair 3 98- fens Khaki Pants1 made with Belts Belt straps side buckles cuff bottom tabs on hip pookets Green Tag price1U8alld 2 1SiMens Shirts 45cANety Fall Empero Shirts 1 values Green Tag Price 89c New Fall Emperor Shirts 125 values Green Tag Price USe I 6 jS Lookt 500 pairs Boys Knee Pants a10 to 15 years worth up to 65c Mill End price i 25C THE LID OFEverything wide open in our MillEnd- i Sale We are going to give the biggest surprises this com munity has eve rIheard of Dont wait Gome in on tho Tflnn 11nr 1 T- MILL j c t END and GREEN ACC J H I TiI nIIIW7 COMMENCING Saturday November 20th- TO SATURDAY DECEMBER 4TH I == n L = fi rna To Our Many Friends in Rich mond and Surrounding Country On November 20th and continuing to December 4th we propose to have our an nual Mill End and Green Tag Sale This is looked forward to by our many friends in Madison county as the greatest mercan tile event the Our stock was never so large or bettersreed itisyear Our entire stock of Dry Goods chorus Ladies Coats Blankets u ffatl Notions were never better fitted than they are at this time Cur tisiness has been built up by strict atten tion to the details and wants of our custo mers We believe in going a large busi ness on a small margin of profit andselling goods at one price and market in plain tig Tn this annual event our store will HiGiy changed in appearance so that oldest friends will hardly know it It gill pay you to come fifty miles to do your trading at this wonderful bargain sale ifv engaged several extra sales peo to waiL on you and give you every at i tention Do not forget in a case of this g0tlrsLand take advantage of some of the ripest plums You Will Smile When we tickle your pocret book with these low prices Its a fact you willibavelmore- value on your person when you carry away some of our bargains because in many cases your dollars will do double duty yELDER Ladies Misses and Chifd- rensCOATS This be the greatest coat sale in the history of Richmcnd anil will prove conclusively our underselling powers Cloaks for ladies misses and children the most attractive styles ever shown in Richmond nothing the fineest materials in all the popular fabrics every garment superior in the minutest d tail Look around first compare our pricrs with those of others You will appreciate the values all the more 512 and 515 values reduced to 3 89 510 Coat values at nhG C8 7 fie Coat values atl00 Infants Coats fromnlISc up FURSBest possible prices We are making n deey cut in prices on every fur we earns pi 125 Furs I S 79 150 Furs at hIS2 00 Furs at 124 n f16 Furs at 1 98 McCall Patterns 5 00 Furs at 2 03 No 3033 COAT No 3081 SKIRT 0 00 Furs atu v 3 SS I Childrens White Angora and beautiful brown Sable Coney Fur Sets collarette and muff worth 2 choice per set 3 Outing Flannels Ran of tho mills buncreds to choose from In this Mill End Sale we c give you your choice at 4 iG and 80 a yard These are not ordinary sale goods but beautiful fresli new pieces of merchandise which carefully selected by our buyers early in the season Quality was as carefully considered as price By skillful pur chasing we were enabled to secure these goods at very low figures Come in and get them for little more than a SOIlJtI Beautiful Ribbons haue an elegant stock of Ribbons in nIl the new and much wanted colors that wo have put a reduced pri6o on for this salet I LOOK FOR THE GREEN TAGS v NOTIONSh Good Thread 2 spools for Go SafetyPlJ182ozenfor rerlfBiittofl9 per dozen Adamantine Pins per papoi jBrass Pins per paper4eWhite Tape per bunch 1c t Great Reductions 6n Blanketsnd Comforts fJ WI yMMMww yMwr 1 f E IarY u t will but and were We dig Reductions in Every Deparlment This sale lasts two weeks only end introduces all the newest and test lines at a big saving in cash NoV 20 to Dec 4Mens and Ladi- esHandkerchiefs We make special prices for this aaleon our entim stock of Handkerchiefs Childrens Handkerchiefs t 2c Ladies Handkcrcbitfa i 4c Ladles Handkerchiefs i V 5o Others in proportion Itoa extra choice bleached Damask 70 inches wide choice patterns per jard 75o 1 60 Bedspreads very choice white crochet with or without borders beautiful pitternsltl 15 readyfor 98 250 Bedspreads fine white satin largo size fringedwith or without cut sfl 95 75c Sheets for 48i 12Jliedprice per yard u igc UNDERWEAR V Mens hcavjLfleeccd shirts and drawers regular 391Lillici44cChildrensLadies red flannel vests and pants 125 and 150 values 98o Mens gray wool shirts and drawers tol 39 values 98i Mens red flannel shirts and drawers 1 50 values 98c Carpets Oil Cloth Mattings yousomeclass tf goods Every piece of goods is marked down for quick selling n e While you shear of the advance in thepriuo cf leather o n every tide we offur ILo best line of footwear in the country at prices that would make t appear there had been a slump in the leather market Of courfo we are not able to sell subsequent perch cs at these prices but while they last they go as follows 1 table full of ladies shoes H 50 and 2 values stock CentsfindMens Ladie and Childrers HOSIERYHere is an opportunityof buying Hosiery for i be family All our leiand 12c par alucsJiPrJAll onr 15c values IQWELING t 500 borcers IDo Womens Outing Flannel Night Gowns in plain colors such aswhite pink and blue also stripes with or without collars48a- Lo0kf0r Green Tags MILL ENDS I Every factory and mill in the manufacture of their product occumulate mill ends or loom ends as they are commonly called They are short ends from the loomst to 10 yards in length These short ends are laid aside until the end of the weaving season when they are tied up- stead in great big bundles and disposed ofby weight so much per hundred p cunds in a of the yard These prices are always less than the cost of the raw material from whicti they are made Loom Ends accumulate in the mills and we have been particularly fortunate In Re luring a large variety of these ends for this mammothsale Mr Dress Goods 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 the dress goods linings trimmings and pay for tho making for what tho dress goods alone would actually cost you The early bird gets the bargains Ladies Tailored Dress Skirts Panama Dress Skirts made of an excellent quality of Panama well tailor ed and with taffeta trimmings in l black bluffs and brown regular 44 50 values we offer at 298 Fine Chiffon Panama Dress Skirts Neatly trimmed with folds of same material black navy and brown actual 50 values we offer atifiUS McCall VPatterns inMcCallCHARMING PUNCEsSGOWNe or PETTICOATS Ladies Black Sateen Petticoats made with a deep Jlounce and two ruffles three rows of hemstitching on flounce and ono on oacbuffle bought especially for this sale regular f125 14eLadlo3Fine C8oLadlessilk velour stripe deep flounce form neat pin tucks on flounce regular 2 petticoat Green TaI price a24 Wo patnpS8cThisGINGHAMS r Thonsandyardsotthe very best Gingham usually soldat JOI Millinery y at Onehalf Price Our excellent line of both street and trimmed hats ex clusive styles in the newest shapes will go on sale at half r 1T 1Lu SaleweofferSOnHextaaordin Coreesrimy jnslanUvMeept ltkFine4cIMend0utinrNlgbtShirts Respectfully To The Cash Trade Only C 6 f f l ljL Il i 2D iaIf RICHMOND t KENTUCKY puce 1 J1JULoLocr WUUiI ruu want In way a hat whether for street or traveling afternoon or evening wear you will find it here at just half ofwhat yon would ordinarily lbthis sale we will make no charge for trim ming hats Store closed all day Friday November J9 to make preparations for this Great Bar gain Event 6 U f 7t A Dollar in Hand is worth Two on the Books C ashOnly Goes Here American Beauty Corsets r Are correct in de sign workm n shIp and slylo making a garment that is not surpassed in tit s country and at a price within reach of all It is not necessary to have bulging purse to obtain a corset of the latest style in lung hips Fheath arid dirsctoiro ef feclaand these corsets are made f for the woman fo JJI2 5208Yalra2aroaCarattCrt3atcers i vi act Co boilers for the one of slender form American Beauty Corsets bring out absolutet1e Big Values in Corsets During the Mill End and Green Tag stle500 Sam ilo Corsets which will eo on in the Green Tag and Mill Ktfd Sole at 15 19 and 25 centstMens Furnishings X In this department we offer sonic unmatchablo values Wfe know men s needs also know how to buy furnishings and offer you the re Jses 3 Bata worth kern 125 to 150 for l 9Sc Odd sizos worth from 50 to roc for 25c q 98Splocdid 45cInin all the new shades very popular This line is complete and i worthy of your alteriUoB JO15 and lOo f jf X StiKmitted y y r t d 4 =4 1P c- I a L f 7 i tl n U of i Lace Curtains Every housekeeper likes to have her windows look neat and at tmetive This you can do with fine Lace Cur t thubfgtett 439oCNrtaias r CurUiBs worth 200 pairr ggc IiCatrtv = n w L v tntt f 1 J J Faded Print == I J StoufferOldest Established Tailoring House in Richmond I GoldeijSt Floral The Monument dealers have added to their business PNEUMATICTOOLPLANT which will enable them to do- better work than ever before They have a large assortment of Granite and Marble and invite their friends to call and inspect their stockand work Satisfaction guaran ed Golden Flora Send in naweuf some young lady you would like to see get a 159 piano The Climax L Notice Having purchased the Coal aud 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 theii 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 oui Coal and method of doing business 4H1hoo Dn and the the prices Willow Ull hUll 0 11 i i you 0111 s is unit yard I ii your w sivisfa torljy it tr log WALIJPAPER We have added to our busi ness a Hue of Wall Paper con sisting of the J Latest and Most Up ToDate Patterns from 5cts a bolt We are practical in line of work and will pleased to have you call and our prices Estimates furnished an sort of interior decorations B Juett Son Phone 449 First st F0 J UlTO DATE JEWELERSec- ond Street opp Conrt House Large and complete stock of Watches Clocks DiamondsJewelry Silverware Eyeglasses call especial attention to repairingllfully guaranteed We are Receiving the Choicest Lot ofl Evaporated Fruit The best Canned Goods choi It cest brands oi Fancy Groceries We C make it a point to combine quality with quantity and always at low fest of market See our beautiful line of J Queensware Wooden Greqite and Ware t SEWELL McKINNEY GROCERS c Telephone 223 1 JIt- TRYING L tlinl yoi rits be till worth up this be for 145 Yeager THE We Dont the idea your mind that all yards sell the goods at the same prices Theres ohvays one yard that leads is better ticked anti dose priced than all others especxallyiiiLumler and Building Material Come in and 11odir perplexities viljend and ed As mt ExPttim ntiutj t j QMPANYltL1 i I NrIDepot Ji Sterling f Clothes ARE THE BESF- CLOTHESI i S i Bench Tailored Ready to I Wear Guaranteed notdo Shrink or Fade 60 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 Hatsand Furnishing Goods Suit Cases Trunks Umbrellas etc at lowest prices for high class goods q1 Clothing and get get into j Commissioners Sale I China atrainst Fold Plaintiff Stephen Bates Defendant FqultyBy of sale of the Madison Circuit Court ren 1909Insigned will o- nMonday Dec 6 1909 oetvrecn the hours of 10 oclock a m inRichmondpose to public sale to the highest and best bidder the following describee property vz oCRedthence with his line S 88 E 37 p to a stake on raid line a small hickory brash and fence marked n corner to herlineto Falconers thence his line N 88 Erp to center of roarf thenre with same to beginning containing 31 acres Terms Sale will lw made on a crpiii of six months The purchaser will be approvetsecrnitychase monej to have the forte and effest of a judgment bearing legal in tetest from riav of sale with a lion re served upon said property until all the purchfHi money is paid T IL COLLINS M 0 YC C Commissioners Sale GarrScott Co Firagainst T H Davis Dft Notice of Sale in Equity By vinua of a judgment and order of rendaredundcrinedMonday Dec 6 1909 between the hour of 10OtiVork a m inRichmond thehighetdescribed prlperty vz One 1C horse power portabe engine ind nil nppuneiiances one saw mill in good condition Said suv mill and engine will be sold to produce the sum of 1155 50y and Cst of this action Terms Pale will be made on a credit of three 3 mont Is T h e p n r chafer will be icqiirfd to give bond parmentjdiznientbearine prop2rI Commissioners Sale Sarah E Walkern Exr Plaintiff rgaiist John D Harris Ear Defendant uityBy ol 01deredill thin drive styled cause tho under signed will o- nMonday Dec 6 1909 betWeen tie hours of 11 oclock a m and 12 oclock in at thin Court HCUB countyKyfallowitigckscrjbed Thirty bonds of Eathl Ojunty Ky Nicholasilln onthesametowith interfst from let d November oflerCor8alobOlldfive inclusive and tutu bonda nnm frtyUvolneluslesame TEUMSSala wilt be made on a creditor six months from Javof ssle givebondpayment nf the purchase mOhey to ofaJndgneimibearing propertyul1tllT II COLLINS M C M Oc M C Dory SURVEYOR aIpublic Virility Umsonalt Stcllm i wilt Uic 1 Cit Ky Dont Ihlok that plies cant be cured Thousands of obstInate cas- es1vbei cured by Dog latut5- 0c ttHj drag store J Janus Hunley Will buy or sellyour bousej farm town lots or any thing else in the Real Estate line Any business intrusted to him will be promptly and carefully attended to See him if his services are need eJ Ill Its Apici Of WinUr Ladies naturally turn their atten tion to needle work The long winter evenings are ideal for doing fancy work Utis Eva Roberts carries n full line of Embroider stuffs and herstamp ing outfit is complete She will Je glad at any time to show her patterns Many beautiful Christ mas novelties are to be sern at her shop When in the need of Embroider Materials Stamping etc call on Miss Eva Roberts First Street u PUBLICSALEHaving oi the following property at my place 3 miles from town on the Lancaster pike at 10 a in on T U ciy1Q 199 40 head of short horn cattle 10 of which are bulls 6 head of horses 2 of these being Wilkes mares the others btoing2 hex hall mires one 2 yearold and Hazball horse 1 two year old filly by Mahogany J and out of a Dr Hooker mare has june quarters in 40 seconds after 3 months handling 1 pair Jtnod mules 10 hands high 200 bales of hay 250 barrels of corn A lot household and kitchen furni ture my complete stock of farming implements and other things too numerous to mention JAMES B WHITE Long Tom Olienault A- uctPublic a Sale Having sold my farm I will soil to the highest bidder on the premises in Dooley Bottom o- nWednesday Dec 809 at 10 oclock a roo the following property One pair 2yearold horse mules 1 pair mare mules 1 yearling mule 1 aged mule 1 horse 1 No 1 milch cow yearling steer 1 yearling hei far 2 2horse wagons 1 extra good slide 2 hay frames 1 spring wagon lot of plows gears etc Terms made known on day of sale Matt Shearer John Sheaier Auct Ford Ky ifLommissioner Elizabeth FitIds Plaintiff sgai list Samuel Fields Defendant Notice of Sale in Equity By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Madison Circuit Court rendered at the October term thereof 1900 in the above styled causa the un dctsigned will on Tuesday Dec 7 09 between the hours tf 10 oYlorV a in prtniiesinprcceed o expose to pub i1Sllp in ihf highest and best bidder the following described propel ty vz A crtaln house and two Jos in Dil lingham Addition 10 Ricbmnnd Ky and being lots No 21 and 0 in HI ck 5 TEll fSSle will bu mirie on a credit of six mouths TIe pnniis r will bo required to give botd with np proved security for ihepavinentot HIB purchase miner to have time force iiI effect or a judgment bfa iiig Joaul in te cst from day of sale with a luin rt served upon said property until nIt the purcluse money is pa d T H COLLINS M C C C CiTLommissioner Virginia Crooke PlaintliT againstEugenhallumoc Dif ntlanta Notice of Smile in Equity By virtue of a judgment and order of endered untFriday Dec 10 09 between the hours ti 10 oclock and II oclock a in on tile prenists iii ar Fom t Cstil Mndisoh county Kj t roce f d to andbestproperty viz- Beginning at a point on K till Sta tion iindSpeeJwetl tarnoike road crr boughtby0 U Estilla trustee Thence will I 77E21the center of said turnpike roadn cornerthence N33lcorner thence with hU line N 82 2 12Wmerly I lu Pnncans line now Chen suIts thence with eId line S W 811 poles the Duncan tOW Clienault cor ncr and the W I White line to a roaellloCnow ull8 liieS3212E834 poles S Ca 80gri time l c inning C ntniniiiK 591 acres liS sliuwtm in tced limit Colycr 10 11IllStniher19tlhUt hereby made Utintiiig ckol Fad land niu ciiiiig tcwiinH Spcedattml k Ia1ltrhiiiitTide over retnanilci tar laul- TKUMS S5lwin I unln on t of llIfIIlh II hurmimsi win hn rI9I1i1l1 t sire botjcc 1ItII JYIIIntnrthlpnr inLorestjerved upoa said property until ill purche h BMMWf ICpiMCl T H COCilNS M 0JC Cf C Q A Corroboration For months Richmond citizens kayo seen in these conlmns enthusiastic praise of Doana Kidney Pills by real dents of this locality Would these prominent people re commend a remedy that had not proven reliable Would theyconfirm their statements afteryears had elafped if per sonal experience had not shown the remedy to be worthy of endorsement No stronger proof of merit can be had then cureS that have stood tlo test of time The following statement shruld carry conviction to the mind of e ery Richmond reader James Hill Nicholasville Kyi says Sometime ego nr b ck ached severely and 1 felt weary and restless Pains frequently started through my kidneys and were so revere that J found it very difficult to stoop or straighten I was also troubled at times bya weakness of my kidneys and the secretions were highly colored atd contained a sediment I was continuallyon the lookout for a rem edy that would give me relief and when I finally heard about Doans Kidney Pills I began their use It was only a short time before I found that they were helping me and the improvement continued until the trouble was relieved From state ment given May 15 1905 Tested and Proven On March 2 1905lIr Hill said The benelit I derived from the use of Downs Kidney Pills five years ago has remained permanent I yladly confirm my previous Vatetnenl for sale byall dealers Price 50 cents FosterM 1iirn Company Unff lo New y rk side agents loi the United StalesfRemember the name Djans and take no othtr rt lrn Shipments of cxpors cattle from Montgomery and liath counties in the last three months have been very large Fonr thousand six hundred beads have been shipped from Mt Sterling which representedjo the farmers ofthat sec tion 420000 cash The past ear has been one of the best for feeders and handlers of cattle in a long time and they have all made good money Mt ter1ing Gazette Hexamethj lenctetramino The above is the name of a German chemical whcb is one of the many valuable ingredients of Foleys Kidney Remedy llexamethyletramtDe is recognized by medical text books and authorities a uric acid solvent and FoleysKidneyany irregularities and avoid a serious malady Sold by Stockton Son d 1m Danville Advocate F M Hunt who resides near town on the Lexing ton pike bought sixty acres of land on the MitcheTlsburg pike near Perry ville from Mr J II Minor the consideration being 4500 The land has beer in blue grass sod continuously for C3 years and is probably thehest tobacco land in the State Mr Hunt in com nection with 011 Drury will put in 40 acres of tobacco on the land next year Why Saives Fail To Cure Eczema They Clog the Pores Only a Liquid Can Beach the Inner SUIii Since tIme oMfasbioncd theory oh curing e zemn through the blood hrt s nmnydifferentkrn disease lInt it hs been f und that thsse sal t8 onlyclog the pore and can not penetrate to the Inner skin bcow the elllt mis where the eczema gems are lodged This tho qiality or panetrating probIbly explains the trcmenilou all cess of the only tandnrd liquid iczcnii cure i iIof wintegreen its PrescriptionAfter worlds hading skin specialists hsvtr accepted ths as the t III tcz tua cur We ourclvrs do jio bVstate to rf ItIfthose who bavcTjievtr tiirjl the pr soripton we arranged with IhuD IU Laboratories of Chiotgo frIpcallrge trial botilu a 25m on a u hottlcJhtand at any rattsit will surely talc away the itoh at once Sold by Stock ton c Son 121 iv 2 The earlier ground is plowed fqrf Jl wheat the b ttcr as it allows more tme for tho soil to setIeLtfro seed ing time Soil in which will at and all other grasses ate sown 1r ust be worked down very fine aid compact in order that a large percent of the seeds m v germinate and the young plants make early and rapid growth Extra time and labor spmt in this way vlll be mc warded in next seasons crop The symptoms of kidney trouble are urinary disorder weak back and backaeh iheumatism and rheumatic piins and twinges paws in the groin etc There is nothing us good for kdnry and Muddcr trouble a DewitiV ydlpendfiction They are niitisfp ic act ylrryLand For Sale As ecuoraof sao of 0 F Bur natn we ofTtr at print sale auont 400 acres of landlying two mils East of Kinpslon on Big Hill acd Muddy Creek road adj liming land of A 0 Bnge and Drs Gibsons Can be ivHed into twof rnisof neirly f qual sue with fair iniprovemcnta On eaclii consisting ot two houses and barnr cribs etc About 100 acres in virgin gtnssVtllprice and terms see A It I raxAM or tf PO IURXASI High Price For Eggs Ojvfng tcf raserrifpjqajation it ir predicted that gg3 will be bigh- tithiirtrzbur ivipbforo A b1 dose f BqurSwn Jg Lid urcradC to UIO Jojitiar fpilivl maCe tb- fw4at juti zng1v Try lil Suit bvtery Tliomas Farrnrs Tr ke Notic Kjttr i M nit in ilii dINipwpg cohiv ryttr IM iiiins n fiirnief lSItllu ir feWps lUmrni i oonlknocholera Afiw iJosesXnow may rave byI1rryi Ath i 3v4 y prWhen B C404 aftr a bcnrf s ra gle Athens tbeGlty of Ute VkiW L1ownwas captured by Ly wader there were not wanting clam Uvoices to urge that the city whose IiMt for empire lied brought such woes on Greece ought to be laid level with the groundThe Spartan general at first lent a willing ear to his powerful allies but while the council was still debating this momentous issue a plaintive voice was beard from the city walls chant lug thoso noble lines from the lilec tra of Euripides that most buman of the poets of Greece fn which too heroine contrasts ber fallen lot with the splendid exploits of tier father who bad dismantled the towers of Troy Lysander bent his head and pon dered on fortunes cruel reverses Tri umphant as Agamemnon who could tell but that be might be reserved for a fate ns cruel The lesson of mod eratlon was accepted Athens was saved Milton has immortalized this dramat- Ic event in one of his best known son nets The repeated air Of sad Electras poet had tbe power To save the Athenian walls from ruin bare Comets and Great Men It Is somewhat remarkable bow of ten the death of an eminent person has been marked by the appearance ot- a comet A certain writer Indeed aft er going through n list of comets for years says that It is as tf God and nature intended by comets to ring the knell of princes esteeming bells ID churches upon earth not sacred enough for such illustrious and emi nent performances To mention only a few Lotharlns the Younger Louis IU Charles the Bald Tucotillon bish op of Tours Henry II and Richard J had their gurus thus rung by comets Even In Shakespeares time the comet was considered n flttiug accotnpaul went to the obsequies of kings Huns be the heavens with click yield day to night Comets Importing change of times and states Brandish your crystal tresses In the sky Anti with tnem scourge the Dad revolting stars That have consented unto flenrys death London Outlook Thoughtless Clerks Every business has a good will cap and every satisfied customer is a feather In that cap Trained men at high salaries are employed to keep tightly In place the feathers that are already there and to add new feathers It Is the advertising department that is most conspicuously engaged In tbe feathering process while the adjusting department is most characteristically employed In keeping the plums firmly anchored Both of these departments are maintained at a large proportionate expense which goes to show the value of feathers Who then In the organization of a business could be mischievous enough to pluck tbe feath ers from the good will cap Who In deed Yet all day long here and there throughout some stores peek peck peck go ruthless beaks Impelled by raven brains In the heads of vacuous cierksUookkecperPainfuL A little story conies from way back concerning Forrest the tragedian It was during his last appearance ntNlblos Garden in New York At the time he was suffering untold tor tune from tire gout A Sort of runway bad to be constructed from the stage to the dressing room for be was quite unable to step up or down stairs The performance had been Corlo Janus and 1orrest was petulant from vain and tired with his work He stumbled against the runway causing SUI Ja twinge In his toe as to make him cry out with the pain A young actor standing by unfortu nately addressed tire tragedian at the Wrong time saying hear me Mr Iorrest that must hare been exceedingly painful Xot half so painful as youractlng was the crusty response Never Tco Lato to Mend Most nf ns assoHite tbe phrase 1tsnever too lute lo mend with Charles Itaidos famous novel and very like ly some of us tnli k he Invented it utU Is really one of the most an clout gems of popular philosophy A correspondent of London Notes and Queries Ims discovered It In a petition from the communally to the mayor and aldermen of the city in 1433 It must have been of a respectable age even then seeing that It Is quoted ns one of the proverbs of the period A Failure There isnt enough analogy In the English language proclaimed the bright young student If we say mUle and female to distinguish sex why not say Nlon mill fellon tooT Wouldnt distinguish replied the liracilrtil professor considering both are felines Italtimore American Hr Very Picture lie rhapsodlcallyi adore every thing ibat U grand exquisite super euilneuf I love the peerless the se rene the perfect hi life She blushing roylymOb eorg how can I refuse von when you put It so beautifully Our Neighbor What is Timeout by our neighbor we rannot doubt It is every one with whom we are brought Into contact whosoever It be whom we have any means of helping Dean Stanley Ths Awakener Homantlf Uirl Oil George what a sweet dream Is love Cynical Bus IirIteriyer ami matriniqny Is the alarm cloclcIllustnited Bits Elderly People Helped Free The last years of life arc the sweet prolongbodilyhealthways be with regard to the food you eat and whether you are digesting it properly You should not allow your constipatedNo salts and andIlIvotemporarygoodperience with regard to a wonderful and mild laxative Dr Coldwells Pep tryingtosutteredCaldwellsSrupPepslnsuccess Wo could name hundreds of throughneighborsdoctors otter to send any sufferer from a stomach liver or bowel complaint a tree chargeIttol1Our1rcatmentItY1burtnlIke children should look for purity and ottbsbottleisrcgulaybotUcebcught satlsryyeuOby If lJore Is aafrthlnff abeut your ailment that you aotunderstand or Jf want dviceWrItetanswer Ton fully Thee te no charge for thtemiln 3e OdNM te JJr WJ9 4Ieuoe2iom STOC KTONl lAGl1f1 II t L7T3IJ v- ATTONSYALAW J RICHMOND KENTDOKY- Jffice over State Bank Trust Co op Ogite Conrt House OB Maia Street Dr Robt C Boggs Dentist Telephonj2S7 Office In Oldham Building Dr C H Mainhart Graduate McKlllIpp V l ilniij Ccllege of ChIcago Ill Veterinary Surgeon CALLS ANSWERED PROMPTLY Offlco at Vaugln Samuels fctable Telephone 99 RICHMOND KY JoG BOSLEY Physician and SurgeonO- ffice over Stanifer Supers Rooms 2 anti 3 Main Street RICHMOND Office Phone 290 Res Phone 210 10 D M OHENAULT- ATTORNEYS AT LAW ICKMOKD KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen alts grocery R Emmett Million Sacccssor to Burgta IJe- nnyDENTIST Over State Dank Trust Company TELEPHONE 2J8 DrF S Smith r DENTIST Hobson Building PHONE 205 SarryM Blanton 5 DENTIST 43Offlce ID Bennett Bal 6Inr snty TELEPHONE 196 Dr Hobson Dentist McKee Block Carriaf g Iforksk- l B M LACKEY Prop Carriages Runabouts Buggies Road Wagons Surreys Carts We handle the best brands on Lhe market and sell them on an absolute guarantee of satisfaction Prices Always lowest For Rent Eight offices in the McKeo block Steam heat water and janitor service Splendidlocation and very desirabe Possession at once Also the store room on Main street occupied by Charles Pigg Apply at once R J McKee With Zarings Patent Flour a good baker becomes even better And even an inexperienced one can get satisfactory results If the girl doesnt turn out good biscuits bread or cakr dont blame her at once It may ht the flour Order a sack of Zarlngt Patent today end note tho results Itt dollars to doughnuts she will do better with Zirinss Parent Fl- ourwIIIIE 3 Cream Vermifuge THE GUARANTEED WORM REMEDY THE CHILDRENS FAVORITE TuNIC Or IMITATIONS THE CINUINC pnCPAHEO ONLY BallardSnow Liniment Co ST LOUIS TWO Sold by Perry Thomas It is always cheapest in the long run to get the best We do the very b- estConcrete Work androP1willly satisfied RtKStoflPhone 432 1 flOOD I SON l Contractors and Builders i rwlEstimatesfurnished on short notice on buildings of a large and complete stock j of i I Mantles Grates and Ti- IiiT000SON j I i + c + The Burton Water System I =Water Works i For Country Homes By our Pneumatic Wafer System water is forced any twhere in house stable or yard for all dctntstic pat f3 poses and for fire protection Cool water in summer and ice water need not be supplied to stock in winter Tank underrroundno freezinc or bursting of p Entirely automatic in action Air pressure oesJby hand pump windmill or engine Sold on 30 DAYS TRIAL Awarded two medals and two dTpIomasat St Louis JiWorlds Fair Hundreds of our Individual waterworks plants are in use We have many letters these satisfied users and have published about of them in book form It makes a book of tromIpersonal opinicnsa copy free Costs 17500 accordinz to your requirements Write for full C A EURTON WATER SUPPLY COMPANY i Kansas City tifJMo t Tlc latest heat and client ts plant for storing water 1orm- ircetoireaiways reHnble Mir Anti Anfe put in l v y irself anti opemtetl by humid tin r gasoline eottineMlnil mlllinil is the latest tm l best vnierrin U f8tl Tlilssytem fnrnii country hones luhurrplaces nn ran toe adapted toiplace condition or Th 3e vtinms are tile oibest If you want to fit up yon place modern and have all th lulcHt lntIMVenent SDletnl for fi e nrolect your pranrrtv Get n Unrtoii Syntein on f nr place anti have betlis unit all tin ccuiTorte of n lit home The oil to Blijri ttIme ben ts tIC i This ct thcWfndFt luirtl I ump nlunISold By Richmond Motor 6- Plunging Company Incorporated CJThls cut shows a well with hand mull Christmas Photos i Get yours now and I aVoidtheRUSHSee I i I McGaughey Mob erley a Its Building Time If you intend to erect a house store house barn or other buildings I will be glad to make drawings and submit prices on your work Repair work neatly and promptly done First class work guarntced Get my estimate before making contracts for anything in the carpenters 02 Ji jEFF STONERICHMOND KY A Good Stove Saves HEATA Defective One Wastes It Hence we handle only the very best stoves that we know are relia ble We Sell the Wonder Heating Stove AND THE Model Cooking Stove Sold Under an 5Absolutt Guarantee rayl riOldbmb The Leading Hardware Mcnj t 0 r w r i1 4 rSpPing1- I i Ug8o I andI I I thIsIJ chasev g g g tI i j I BENNETT and HIGGINS f IFurniture and Undertaking I Telephones 73MainStreet ppe et1 trttr Illilit I r tin gr11 t THINK ABOUT THIS CAX you aflard to delay tors0 V OV natio- nAl what avail ia procastf bestIn a tew weeks prices will be higher LET us therefore have order now I GEPJNYOURCOALNOW We Deliver Quickly Telephone 110 Rex Red Ash Jellico We have thu exclusive sale A trial order will convince you that oursisa little hotter than you have been Jettl elsewhere and possiblyless Full Weight orrCoai Forfeited B IL Loxoa SIBro I- Vuj Ovphers Incubator for sale cheap also two brooders This incubator is as good as it was whon it lelt the shop C D Millar 17u2t HiehmondKy For Rent Store room on First St Suitable for any kind of business Applyat U A Dobroarsky For Sale Grocery stockaridfixtores best Rtud in Richmond G II Pigg nl73t Richmond Ky Lost On Nov 15th a female setter pup 4catat eight months old white with ears and a few black hairs scat lojtihiig to her recovery will be greatly appreciated by P F AUAMS Jr tf Stolen Mare fly mare about 16 hands high 11 vt irs old hind feet white about hall way up hock Collar burn on left Faoulder with few white hairs in it stiiiia from my place on Big Hill Pike Iit Saturday night Liberal reward IM information June Miller 1MSt HD3Dox7I Richmond Ky No Report of the Condition of tile Madison National Bank Kiclmionil Ky at the close of business Nov 1CJS09 RESOURCES 1TI an l discounts 2M2D8 82 01Iscurltlcsctc 2900000 inn house urnlturc and 00Iaarelltsuu 121741 5uStsteunt1prvate banks inkers Trust Companies livings Hanks 1512 18 n in UIProLtI reserve agents 230C5 13 a Items 4033 473000iiilicnts u S3 fr 1 iiioiiey reserve In lank viz cie unu XI COlvIKT cent of circulation 500- 000TotaL50L3ll 68 LIABILITIESS 411000000SurplusI ml expensestaxes 3791 59 tial hank notes outstaudine JOOW 00 59Im27050IiivMjailicrvid for tllJ CS4r03 03 TotaL IfjOWtt 68 si Kentucky l lilly of Madison ISISRht R BurnanuCnshlerofihc above 11iInk doMlcnmly swear that the mykRobt RBurnani Cash er thisitJ W Crpokc Notary Public t rr t Attest VALLTCR I1ENNETT A K JIUKXAM W SMOIJBKLEV Directors i Farley March are now selling Hats at Cost Ir AroundTown J i Just 24 days til Christmas Now get ready for Cb rust iiias atBuckels makirjXmas eerIcesSonda bytheThe hand stand is receiving a much needed coat of paint thopperJtelsGrowing growing growing is infer est in our populargirl contest cabbageII tllissutThe old well pa First street is beiiufi led with dIrtand trash Good move Why not send The Climax to yoa friend as a Christmas gift Only Ici a year Do your shopping now That yoc may get a better selection Winea 6 Whittington Jeweler Very few have killed hogs these for tunate enough to have them being un willing to risk the continued warm weatherA of children batik whito iud housepavempnsfora should be stopped The moving pictures and vaudeville 1lightThefor the promoters Thanksgiving was one of the pretties days during the present remarkable fall Many of the stores were closed and a general holiday enjoyed Our lines of Diamonds Watches Clocks Gold and Silver ware are larger than ever before Get our prices be fore buying Wines Whit ington JewelersSThe merchants are displaying the Xmas goods Consult the columns o The Climax and you will know exactly where togo when you come npstreetlii quest of Old Santas headquarters Winchester takes a voteon local option next Monday and excitement is cityIHas tlmtNimrod who made so many rash promises before hand delivered those quails he promised onDoQ- ot be severe on him he hasent recov ered his shooting eye yet Just wait Get ready lor your Christmas trix Dont delay visiting the stores as to be late means second choicejoj gods a crush and general dissatisfaction all around to customer and patron alike Our populargirl piano contest con tinues to attract deep interest and the young ladies are leaving no Btone un turned to get now names and cotle told jubEcriptions Read big ndvertise nent in this isane showing the special offer for this week INrBert Winkler and Miss Emma Newkirk were married Wednesday a the residence of Rev A J Trjbble near this city Jlothare 011l young people and have inanf friends who wish them a happy voyage through lile ii j i A burning house on Jrvine street caused a run by the department Satur day night but the laddies i1gaiehed the flames before mncIatn age was done Richmond peopl should and do feel proud of tho the departments good work Win Prizes The prizes offered at the opera honse have attracted inuch attention and keen interest is manifested Lasf week thn turkey WM won by Miss Kaile Cnl ton and Saturday night the ia ret of flour won by Sam McMillioxUold iaenedvlastvJYfeek andyour conpoiis ihoMto JwKiveHthm week as they are Roodfor the ladies gold watch to ba gives Saturday night For Sale House ad let and 8 acres of land located Jn Kingston tins county 7 railea frem Richmond The land is very fertltewitb good house and barn and all n eesry outbuildings good feneing and well watered Thi11S1l- jsplendid ieihborbo Bchoel and ehmrcbosina quieHjencefnl yhILgeIJ A BIdzell gltOa Ey D W Whi1aLYN- xtort Cisiljsdy difm SCj r i THE STORE J1 e II E = w K = House For Rent Seven rooms and hall on Beck Av 12ltt Mn E M IIuGUEIYI Removal Sale AHwintor hInts must to sold re ard1 accountjfJt K V SCHMIDT Preaches Sunday UfV Hugh 3IcLoilan will return thg reek and fill his pulpit at the Firs tiri8tnn church at regular hours Sun lay Mr McLellan tins just close a very successful meeting Indianpolis Lost Watch Between colored M K Church and Third St a ladies gold watch with short lob and letter 0 engraved on fob Return to this office and receive re svardSCaptured in Lexington Tom Smith aged 23 vear was captur ed in Lexington last week on complaint of Richmond officers and returned to this city He ia charged with fogery and tho Lexington papers say many checks and much money was found on his person When searched at Lexing ton and the checfc lound Smith attemp id to escape but was apprehended Gets Good Appointment Tho Tearkau Tex courier tells oi the appointment of Mr II B Forbes formerly of tfis city as city engineer md speakes in high terms of his popularity and ekill Mr Forbes is a son nlaw of Mr Wilson Tate of this city and has many friends here who glad to learn of his good fortune The Amendment Carries The good road amendment to the State Constitution carried by a small margin Its adoption permits euj county to bond itself to the extent of five per cent of its propety valuation or the purpose of bulhliiig roads pro vIdal two thirdsof the voters at a reg ular election ordered by tho County Ojurt vote for it It also premits the Legislature to grant financial aid to counties in the construction of roads either by levying a las or by an issue of State bonds for the purpose Mr George OoTfen and Miss Iia tichardson tyothof this county were married Thanksgiving day at tup Methodist parsonage Rev Crntchfleld ifliciiting Memorial Services Richmond Lodge 531 B PO Elks Nillhold the annual momoral services if din First Pesbytorlan church next Sunday afternoon at 2 3Q oclock The jerrnon will preached by Rev Mr Scaulon ahd a special musical program fendred The public is cordially in rited toattend All members of the lodge are urged toreport at the lodge room at two oclock prompt This ser vice is held every year at which time ippropnate tribute la paid to the memory of departed brothos and is one ol die many heauiiful features of the noble order- New Enterprise i r The new 75barrel flour and 500 bar rel corn mills lust built by J B San def k Cois now complete and ready for business Operations began last veeh Jurnincouta product sscond0 Dono in the State The entire plant is f equipped with new machinery all modern and ppto late and the fin- sohcitshSre D of Ibe patronage of thq people Gi xl lBeul anJllIadisou county TIieBerplaatIlecatld d iftibtIrvlEft treflt Aad the yr prletqr In vita 1he p l4 O ell illlfietfb ioe SDtSPv J5- SS S5SS n i j = 5w WMT L- r tOur Faith Is Strong I- nKent l1 r Suits and Oer oatsWe OnaMntee Every One of Them i c Wefve striven for years to place before our customers clothing of the highest merit All theIeiefc ing brands have been tried and the Kenton make has proven the best Our faith is so strong in Kenton Quality that we Guarantee eachandevery garment bearing this lable to gjcomplete satis faction to the wearer This means that a Kenton Suit or Overcoat must render full service for the price you pay or we Make Good To You and we let you say when you are satisfied You take no riskat this store 0 r The last shipments of winter styles are in and we suggest prompt buying for choice selection IWear a Kenton Suitf Overcoat or Raincoat and your faith will be as strong as ours Prices runS rN f i25O9IS49OO9 15 OQ 1650 1 800 2OOO 25OOS t We undersell all competition on Heavy Socks Cotton Gloves P4Ip Fleeced Underwear and Boys Stockings COVI NCTO BAN KSaFOR QUALITY b e IE lt are be a President Elected At the meting of Ihe Blue Grass League otlieiils at L xnatauL Monday Dr Ueery of Paris was chjfen as president He Isa splendid gentleman and thoroughly competent for theI- position and the teams of tho League are well satisfied with his election Quarterly Communion IElderchurch next Sunday morning and even ins At the morning ei vices the rvg ular quarterly communionwill bo obt servedhBasket BalldTho basket ball team of Madison In stitute known as tho Hill Girls will play a game with the Caldwell High School team at the Princess rink Fri day evining at 8 oclock Both teams are in fine training and n fine game IS promised lhio public is crdiiIlylinvited to witness the g me Girls will go to Pinevillo If atuiday a game there Teachers Organize The teachers and Echool paoplo of this district met in Richmond at the Normal building Friday and reorg1n ized the Eighth District Teachers AB sociation Representatives from evor county were present and an euthusiai tic meeting was enj jyed The follow ing officers were elected Prof J A Sherron of the Normal Presiden Prof D W Bridges Lancaster Graded Schools vice preaident Dr FallU Dant vile Prof Coates Richmond andb Prof Abner Burgin committee to ai range progfam for next meefing which will b3 held at Danville the first Fridav and Saturday following Chri tmai5 Mia Ori L Adainn of Ilarrod bnig was elected secretary Great Bargains Come in and see tIle great bargains I aui offering Up to the last inliiiiTo we can serve yoa The assortment is almost us large and tempting as it Was at the height of the unison Nut fltnuiyL Items are lacking Just r special ne of extra plain tailored suits guingata itic2 also a line of suits carried over at surprising low prices from 500 to 15 CO Choice of all separate skirts In the house 500 Long Coats from ioa to S1500 My line of gloves 3t caspJong gloves saL now CO A new lne of Illain tailored linen waists 3 50 now S2 50 Now is vour 5chanceWideawake buyers will not over loo this opportunity J B Waker Tempest and Sunshine Friday Dec 3rd The appearance oi Mary J HoniEs1 delightful novel Tempest and Sun shine dramatization by Lrm li Parker is an event that should bo looked forward to with interest by our theatre gotrs The sceneryis beantilnleverv thing used in the representation being carried by the company The cwtiuu ingis quaint and pretty the s of airy summery stuffs made iiiiin fashion of 1809 which is the peiin1oIf tho ply Beautiful Sonthern rrieodics arc Introduced throughout The play with greet effectSThe story is both strongand interesting and is relieved with much comedy which Is contributed by Hie daskysei- vantsasaspecialentertslnntentfortbei ir masters and raisstresEes who atepf tlie Southern ariatocTHcv 01thBoone a firstvlels play preseilted in afirst claa manner sliouIJ fail to see Teaipest and Sanshtiie Opera fOGS on Friday Deci I trjceg 23 55 ocen S Sat itWbi WIi5rJUt Store u 2 c t t ff Many Tragedies Following on the heels of the Moody murder and suicide came several cues equally as desperate Tieedny after nooiii Oscar Odhorne wellknown inttho town and county fired two shots at his wife near Sautters livtty stable on Frrat and Wajer streets Beth took effect and the woman with rare pesenco of mind hastened in the bug gy in which she was 1tiug to Gibson Infirmary where she fell from tx aIstlon just as she reached the door Ojborno turned the pislol oil himself and inflicted two vuuudf lie weatto the P AG lafirmary where e lingered for two dnye when bees red A fe v hours falor Robert lien thrickclaimed 10 be deeply affcclo by thi esuapado of his f trial Osborne suited to Bomo friends that he could not staQd the shock of losing his comp n ion and before be could be prevented plungod a long knife into his lelt reast lIe was taken to the Gibson Infirmary and the wquiurdfe6fd lIe waj able to be remoyedsoThti a iew Jays Inter This occurred almost di recllr in front of the Qiimrix ofllcp on Fist street At last report it was thou ht Kispman27 years old and his wife who was Mss Toiumlu Jjihes iaouo year younger At one fine QiUouis con dUClCJa saloon in this city aaiTcainv hero from Beattyville One bullet pjusthue sioniSLh postiup tbrotightlw owel and diaphrauk andjwas extracted under the liifL shoulder blade As tkrO imix oas to prats she Is you y cheerW iulaucl resting easy and barring Unwe xl octet complications the will ie cover Tha partridge crop is not near so large- S was antldpated at least the hutrnter8 550 bringlugm very Law The Texas Land hMaeipeoplu over the T xaslund btiu g sold by the SwensonLan3Cp which cornb panv ia rtpr ent ul jn thU ohtybyn Messrs Pytrmnu tfjdor Satarday a lecture was delivered in liiia city by Mr E O Hoghe gvnofhl sUperinten- dent of the eompary ift whtcih hecet forth the uiuiiy advi it8gisin btiyiDg ihese mini rt1tto bv a largo crowd cud msch illtc crcaitJ Tlo last t fiuralon to be run to tho lands ficm tillS fel ion daring the prfient year will start Dec lijh SOlilMany Murder Few j Hangings We read a great deal oftlie jrufrder ous dlspcsitfon of KoTituckians hat af teruJllheyre not U1UCilWOreItat badvaacthif pfople Jivcit llie Sttito NrithrulUUnited Slate far inurders and hIlrS t in thin fnUtir ti plluljflthOUlI the last loO eais they havelSOfirst degree nlfIllaoday provided tluie ehould not filter vhs a repir veintlior majiatJnie n contiagencv that is iiotnnlikViyj Qj the 120 sentences lo eflthover IiaUof the victim found r fune ih the Infant asylum eiiiwe wwe pariodd otheiK committed KlicitleAiiJ ahnmbecliieil jaitpsniUru r triad and lorfjEtriwn tlIHilllllwithUCsmall psrcetitnso of the JlUl idol f uisny cI tho inorderershaylng been acquitted and a large number ictltJl g second tleroo and jletser verdicts Keatucky Jia 1d take Jt back Beat whou coirsouii are niado with ibIs eawiyliihla coiinty Lex Gaette Su Is Doing Little Good The annual report of Gen Marshall chief of engineers made public Mon jay at Washington gives a black eye o the Kentucky River improvementS It is believed says the project Las so fr had no material effect on freight rates Nor Is there likely to be any decided changes in t he volume or character of corn meted benefited the loport says unti tho inprovcment Is carried to the head of tile river whore it is hopeda hat coal lands may be The principal commerce of the river Gen Marshall says is loose lois and 1is improvement is detormcntarTo this rather tlinitothurthe as the logs are damaged in passing the dam and in return cause much damages to the y orksSPeecbnnjs Packing Gos Breakfast U con23j eta per jar Cheaper than in the striPs T T Covin jtbn Cj What We Want Lower cost of the necessaries of life without a decrease in what the farmer eS for his 1titirieouf wool and hides i moro wagesM mccliauics ant laborers aufiucreKeef the priow wo payfor cheaperbteffor cattle shfeep anti hogs flour at fi a burel but wheat to self at 8123 er bushel good roads ancfa new urt house if some rich philan thropist would die and leave ns enough money to pay fur them tarIff that means a reduction on hat we must buy nml protection On hat vt huve to sillcustomers who will pay us promptly arm creditors vho are willing and anxious to wait indeiiiiitoly for what wo owe them shplUyville Itecord Pellagra A pal ient who wits brought to a local lispiinl fiom n neiglitibring county died Innn the tlisenso of ptlla gfa tim eymponpof the malady has rooms of toiionsi jntcrcjj Ftorna difal ntilhoiity tkoGszatle finds that the dista aoair he diagnosed by he following symptoms IiiEomiiiu and digestive disturbances following by an eruption oji nlio skin s nd ttii fQimafionof Jajircrus s Then he diceAliVesvmiiojJiSbecume norsp with afdivaiicnitdV8pej6ia und diar rhoea In hue inoroIthetunro raarlcou nurvoua afllclions lioatlavhf hnotedm spaeiiis and par aheis with lriaJiuhjaIUihui nnd frt Hintlyvsuicidal iuntiiai The treat met Qfiaskts in a corrwatpiror duet and rem va barn iljfetrejd district Lexington Gazelle Ivlucli Gcrnplainf1 Lrxiugton Gczae itiefola general and great coiopiatnt on the part of the terotiers ir ujlrchociof Kentucky on accunnt ol t11eXtbQk5 furnished by tbo American HookCj and selected by the Bjftrd of Education Frankfort Especially is this huu of gecg apbles furtilihed and iiiatij otI tho others are UjbHy usl 1ted to hol r ados for vfliicli they were Iii e1tlOt Hut it is said that the State conv pelleu to nee them prejfe be snljict to auit on tbffpart ofjlie Company W have leentod that the fajbok FIIIII of inatirseaiud thatllie foundation of ned uest ion cbnstruct Jop6n them 1 ill bo ntistaVeflad inierurj Super inenclent Crahbe end tlie B ord of BJtiftation shogLd lpv8tijatP the te andif fliecoafnlaintsaiB mtiLo ho just the c nitftctehhuliKbelescind ed or the- peUedo AjneclcdtiKpok Cobe eom Jarafah 5t at lI that are 5nutSSa fs French Mission Bazaar- As has been previously announced the French Mission IJazanr will be liejcl on December 14 in one of Doug Simmons new sore rooms on econd street The sale will begin one oclock p m and will continue during tho afternoon and evening Many beautiful and attractive articles will be found and the usual hot choco gbej Christmas presents to suit your taste oalWine3DEATHS News was received this Tuesday morning of the death of Mrs Mary Rice which occured at the home of her daughter Mm D U McCormack in Winchester She had been ill brbsometime but her death was not pected so soon Mrs Rice was in her sixtysecond year and bad been a life long member of the Christain chinch Her kindness of heart and sweet Chris t aifl life has made devoted friends of all who knew her She is survived by the following children Alex of Paris Z 1r of this city Rayburn and Dc- Jucien of New Mexico Guy of Paint Lick Leslie of Frankfori and Mrs cCorsnpck of Winchester T h e will ho held at the residence of O McCormack to day Wednesday at Erne ocock1 thence ihurmeut iu nichnioud Confetery rca arival of 11 20 L k N trainSAfter six years of snfTurinc Mrs C K Marshall quietly passed away at the home of her daughter Airp J R Col tins Tuesday morning about oclock Althouglum invalid sho bore her suf ferings without complaint which bore out tho sweet Christian spirit of which she was possessed She had been a lifeIon member cf the Christian church and as long as able did all in her power for thus church and in es sijtinit and brinuinir happiness to three about her She is survived by lur husband Pev C It Marshall and six children nil grown As the Ciiuiax goes toT pies3 no hunt arrangements vices have been made for the funeral ser Madison Boy Wins Southern Bride Friends and relatives here Have re ceived cards announeln the marriage of Mr Karl Simpson Park this county tp Miss Annie Laura Erby of Lowei Peach Tree Alabama The weddinp which was a quiet homo allair took olace tit eightthirty oViork on the morninguf tho twentyfonnh the ofll ciant being Rev MuCulIey of the brides tome town The decorations in halls and parlors were Sonthem- sirrilaxf and white chrysanthemums The bride was attired in inelegant gown of gray satln which she changed for a handsome traveling suit the happy couple sartinif immediately utter Ute ceremony for the grooms homo Mr Park is tho son of Mr and Mis Win H Part who icslde near town on the Tales Creek road He is ayonng manofsterlng worth and stIll Jly and stands high in the esteem of his friend IHs bride is well known here iu the has been a student at Madison Institute for several years having graduated from that institution last June She is the daughter of Mr and Mrg Wmv Shockiey Irby and is a thosecwhich endear many to her It goes without paving she is being warmly welcomed into the hearts and home of her iinsbsadS kith and kin The Climax jpiHs with others m heartiest cbngratnlatioiw Rev Wm Backel ties opetwil a resHitniHtmtd grocery besiees at lIT Pleat t The 1M to JOOlt ditI IS i ti a Good Land Sale James tt llunley sold Monday to Mrs Dr Bennett the Lesie Evanc place two miles from Richmond on Irvine pike The farm contains 50 acres and brought S3 000 Sale at Kingston Mrs J U George bought through J B Stoufer of this city of J tVS tivers a store house and residence at ingston The place contains abcut eight acres of land and the price was 1575Probably 850 For Hogs Lexington Gazette One of the high est prices which has Leen paid for fat hogs at this time of the year Is now being paid by the local butchers and on Monday morning one of the fat hogs as bought by S Weleenbacfc a utcher from Samuel Grow oi South Elkhorn for 8 25 per hundred This is the highest price paid at this time of the year for many years and the prospepts are that in the nearJuture the 850 mark will be reached For ome time past local butchers been buying hogs on the Louisville and Cin cinnati markets in order to supply their trade anti the prospects are that there will not be enough fat hogs raised in Fayetfe and the surrounding counties this year to supply the market r 1 A Short Run A well posted lumber mantold The Democrat that the logs cut and run on the Kentucky River would not bo more than fifty per cent of the run last season Time timber supply in the mountains within reasonable distanceSof floating streams is gutting scarce and each year sees the necessity of t longer hauls to floating water Win Chester DnmacratSKIHKSVILLE Miss Amos Willis and Dr Boxliy were visitors in Lexington last week J T Coy and family visited Louis vijle last week T J Curtis and son were in Cincin nati last week t Mr Nay Coy and the Misses Hendrcii made a visit to Lancaster Sunday Miss Hallie Coy came home from CampbellIIagermtn College LexiuigS parents ton to spend Thanksgiving with herIN B Coy C C Coy and J T Coy and family went to Vixlloy View Sun day in their touring car X n Cjy sold his tobacco to fil C Coy at from 15 to 15 per hundred Jas Coy sold his tobacco at Pond place this week at lie The crop ft home brought 13Jc The crop weighted about 2700 pounds I tl This Beautiful 350 Pia- noAbsolutely j Free A little spare time on your part and this beautiful piano is yours IIFee 11ThisThere Are No ConditionsS We simply give a CASH CERTIFICATE with each 1 chase then present the Piano to the person clubcharitable gratesatnoutandthisPianociety j tSTJDSAND Normal City Steaffllauudry H m TEVIS Manager RICHMOND KY u u tI r = i aiL t I Blue ErasTar Rural TelephonesMr Farmer Make your home as modem for your family altn city resl dence and place yoirsH in a petition to get the latest market quotations at any time This titirup a uiupiiaucu by means of our telephone you and your neiirhbir can gt for a sum that Is small compared with the benefits received Call or nddrftts our narest office or write direct to headquarters Nashville Tennessee for information regarding our special Farmers Lino rate If at present you are not enjoying telephone service wacan immfldiately interest you Our lines cover the States ot Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi louisiana and the Southern portion of Indiana and Illinois EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE CO Incorporated II SPEAKING JlBOUT v eORRET- DRESS The When itcomes to a question of Correct Apparel you will find us able to supply the very latest fashions It you want to be instyle this Fall you must have certain lines to your garments which al good dressers will admire You will find AdlersCollegian Clothes which we feature to be very decidedly the most ar tistic of this present season Let us show you a few of the new in Suits and Overcoats I S Stanl er 218 W Main St Phone 675 Clothing Shoes Mens Furnishing HOT BLAST AIR TIGHT particularly productions conceptions If Operated According No 2 No or No heat 2 or 3 all 2 34 No 3 or rooms all No or No 5 4 of heataff e or 6 or quired rJ Will of I heat Scotts Emulsion the originalhas been standard thirtyfive years There are thousands socalled just as good Emulsions are notthey are simply imitations which good as original Theyarelike thin milk SCOTTS thick like a heavy r If it do it yourselfwitlwater but buy it thin SATE BT ALLDRUOOIISTS Bend Me nnmo tot paper thla a4 for our beautiful and Child contain Good Luck Fenny SCOTT BOWNE 409 St New W H Bolton General Blacksmi- thCarriage and Buggy Painting Attention Repairing Buggies Wagons and Farm Machinery We On Best Rubber Tires Made Fo- rohairirncl Unsurpassed at Carriage you are going to sell out goods to bring all they are Shearer White Hall Ky to conduct charges are reasonable Sale Some Bourbon lied bred For prices P MILLER A D No tf World Renowned and Absolute SmokeConsuming Stove Hn THE WONDER OF THE AQE FlorencePatent Sustained U S Circuit Court July 5 tllG Patent by U S Circuit Court of Appeals Mardi 1900 Beware of imitations and unscrupulous people who claim to have a stove like or just as good as the Forence D m be by such false claims and find it out when to late Examine the Floience cnrofu1y before you buy NO SOOT NO SMOKE NO DIRT NO CLINKERS EVERYTHING CONSUMED At the end of a seasons use with soft coal will soot in pipe or flue TIlE ZENITH OF STOVE PERFECTION only jointless leg bottom and base with full radi ation and large ash pan that is on the marhet or has ever been made in the interest of the stove industry jointless bottom and base the air tight below the grate is the only true fire keeping principle asitistodayThe Hot Blast Air Tight Florence will heat twice the space heated can by any other stove on earth at one half the cost The only perfect floor heater thatis or has been made manufacturerdealer actionthe Florence is to Directions The 21 will heat one small room all winter with tons of slack x r lump coal The 42 23 will small zooms winter with tons of slaclror lump coaL f The No 51 or 25 will heat 4 winter with tons of slack or coal The 53 27 will heat rooms all winter with f tons slacker lump coal No 55 will store sch9bl room with tons of slack lump coalif For achurch coal be r Jf lJjt of- J burn a ton less hardicoaliBase Burner of the sauic 1 t size and twice the space is the for of But they are never as the is cream you want thin dont JOB snd TIp Bank SketchBook Each bank a Purl York Special to Put The Our Facilities Are Shop Ky Works Water Street If and want your worth getn J W your sale His For choice Turkeys Royally write E F 3 Richmond i The Only Earth by Sustained deceived there beno the The The leg makes stove which that lump The less n ct ill THE HOT BLAST AIR TIGHT FLORENCE burns soft coal or slack and all the smoke and gases No filling upof the stove pipe or flue with soot No dirt inside or oiil 1 coalSlessrtf DOUGLAS i5SlMMCIN ForSale IABAkGAINAPPLY AT ONCE TO D r H O B S O NcPhone 2 Rlchrnortcb Kentucky4l = = = L APIONfER AERONAUT The Brave and Daring French man Pilatre de Rozier TRAGIC END OF HIS CAREER H Ws the First Aeronaut to Lose His Life From a Balloon and H Was Dashed to Death With a Cqm panion From a Height of 1700 Feet Jean Francois rilatre de Rozier who was born at Metz in 1756 and who was killed a martyr to hIS zeal by a fall from his balloon at Boulogne France June 15 1795 was the first aeronaut to loso his life In the dangerous work of mastering the air rilatre de Rozler who had mado ascents in the Montgalfier balloon de termlucd to solve the question of balloons as mediums for carrying passen gers and could think and dream of nothing but how be could fashion a machine that would carry him on at aerial voyage When his balloon was finished he made some twentythree ascents nearly always alone but occa slonally accompanied by tho Marquis dArlandes a brave soldier and one who had faith in Pilatres Ideas The balloon was always held captive by strong cords- Whenever he went up there was a crowd to watch hluj One day there was a thrilling moment The balloon drifted toward some high trees and It seemed Inevitable that the tissues would be torn by the branches and Pilatre dashed to the ground They saw the young man calmly throw a bunch of straw on his fire aud quickly pour over It two small bottles of oil Instantly the fierce heat sent the hal loon up safely and It swept beyond the danger line of the trees A mighty shout went up from the crowd and when he came down rilatre had an ovationHe felt ready to make his grand experimental trial trip but the king would not allow him to go as he reared to lose so brave and scientific a man Pilatre was in despair and at length the king said that he would give him the opportunity to test the safety of his balloon In the following way He would give full pardon to any two criminals who were willing to go up in It provided Pilatre did not him self go The scientist was very angry lIe saIdAVhat Shall vile criminals foul murderers men rejected from the bos om of society have the glory of being the first to navigate the air Never while Pilatre de Itozler draws breath After repeated prayers for permission to make his experiment be appealed to the influence of the Duchess de Polignac the governess of the royal children To her petitions the Mar quis dArlandes added his and asked to be allowed to accompany Pilatre At length consent was obtained On Nov 21 1783 Pllntre and the marquis made an ascent from the gar dens of the Chateau dc la Muette in the Bois They sailed safely across the Seine over the Hospital For Old Soldiers over the Military school and landed about five miles from Paris Their return was greeted with wild enthusiasmThe rode back but Pilatre had to go first to his house and get a coat for some one had stolen his In the mixup of their coming down when the balloon of course collapsed Pilatre now announced that be would cross the channel from Boulogne to England A wealthy Frenchman ad vanced the money to construct an im proved machine that he was certain could stay In the air an long as necessary This new Invention was a balloon filled with hydrogen gas Under it was a cylinder by which he expected to rarefy the air contained in it so that he could either ascend or descend Eas fly and so reach currents of nlr thai would take him in any desired direc tion It was five months before there came a day suitable for making the acrlnl trip A physician who loved adventure and believed in the success of the ejc perlmeut went with him from Don logne They cut the cords that held the hal loon at 7 oclock in the morning The ascent was majestic and when at a height of 200 feet the balloon swept Into a urrent of air that took it to ward the channel Suddenly a cross current swept it back Pllatrehastened to let some cold air Into the cylinder and in some way made a rent in tho balloon They were 1700 feefhlgh null instantly they weredashed to the earth mangled and crushed frightfully France still remembers his enthusi astic faith In his scientific efforts and in many places are memorials and In scriptions that perpetuate his fame Boston Globe The Dental Ornaments Visitor passing through dining room with little Tommy discovers mince pic im sideboard Heigbo but thats a fine pie Who made it- FommyGranina she always makes the pics- VlsltorDacs she Indeed Well Id ike to get my teeth into that one TommyYou would eh Wcllgrari mas got ahead of you Dont you see the prints of bern all around the edges Boston Courier Trespassing You accuse Ibis aviator of trespassing In your garden Yec judge I caughrhim among uynlr currents New York Hcrald Wind pulls up empty bladders opln on fools Socrates Since the pure food law went Into jamhasis made of glucose with artilcal seeds and is colored with harmless anillni dyes31 Hayseed appears too valuabh for somo preserves and artificial seeds made by Eiacklnery are substituted People who object to jtm In wfaleb them Is no trail ought to read lkt labels cor jBdigegtioR sad siomack trouble tale EpleyY OrlBb Laxative as it stimulates the stomach anil liver re guiate tk bowel awl positively care kibUiMi coUpftUea Mapy vktlni 111IU writes This ifialMrffjr that fhave used Fo jY Orine L xaUy e for chronic cof gtlMtUa and H baa proveN wKK ous s iosttt to bb a thorough brattti rftItd J RWHW I y 11 A Purist Most persons believe Stevensons verses for children may without cor rection or amendment safely be placed In the hands of the impressionable youngster without corrupting either his morals or his English Hut there are some who think otherwise says an exchangeLittle Alices mother having taught the child to say Time to rise in which the birdie with a yellow bill figures the child announced that she meant to recite It to her teacher Well and what did MLPrlmsny to the birdie with a yellow bill l asked Alices mother when the little girl returned from school She says it is quite a pretty thought But this Is the way she makes me say It now mamma A birdie with a yellow bill Hopped upon the window sill Cocked hIs shining eye and said Are you not ashamed you sleepyhead But that was not the way the birdie said It Alice the mother remonstrated No mammal know But teacher says It isnt good English to say Aint you shamed you sleepyhead Sixteenth Century MealsIJudging from a passage In Harrl sous Description of Itrllaln break fast rating in the sixteenth renlury was held to denote effeminacy Here tofore he writes there bath been more time spent in eating and drink big than commonly Is In these days for whereas of old we had breakfasts In the forenoon beverages or uuntlon after dinner and thereto reare suppers when it was time to go to rest now these old repasts thanked be Gods are verle well left and ech one except here and there some young hungrle stomach that cannot fast till dinner time contentetb himself with dinner and supper onlle The nobll Rio gentrle and students ordlnarllle go to dinner at 11 before noon end to sup per at 5 or between 5 and G at after noon The merchants dine and sup sel dom before 12 at noon and G at night especlalle In London The husband men dine also at high noon and sup at 7 or 8 but out of the tearme In our universities the scholars dine at 10 v A Curious Trail All sorts of devices have been used to mark a line of march A unique method of blazing the trail Is still to be seen In Africa and a recent publi cation prints a picture of one of these memorials of the dervish raid Arthur 4 Hayes mentions the subject in his Source of the tIme Nile In 1S9 after a fierce battle with the Abyssinians the dervishes pursued their foes as far as the lake district The niahdls men had small knowledge of geography and little togograpuleal Intelligence So the advance party in order to mark the route for those who came after ind also to guide the force on their return journey twisted the saplings along the way into living knots The war ended but the tied up trees grew and flourished but un couthiy twisted and distorted and are now the only reminders of that upris ing of the dervishes Where Nature Cooks the Food In certain parts of New Zealand both native and white women use the natu ral hot springs to do their cooking In the Rotorui region It matters not whether the cook wishes to roost a piece of meat boll potatoes or steam pudding nil she has to do Is to step out of doors and place the cooking utensil In a steam hole The rover Is then put on and a piece of coarse sacking over the whole completes the operation In a short time dinner is ready At Wbafcarewarewa the entire earth just beneath the surface is a mass of boiling springs Millions of gallons of hot water hiss and steam sending vapors skyward In great white clouds Strike the ground almost any where with a stick and the hole thus formed Oils with hot water Hot wa ter for baths the weeks washing and for the ordinary purposes of the house hold Is always on hand Hard on the Chairs Among the amestors of Wendell Phillips were several Puritan clergy met Perhaps It was a push of heredi ty which made him at tire years of age a preacher His congregation was composed of circles of choirs arranged in his fa thers parlor while a taller chair with a Bible on It served him for a pulpit He would harangue these wooden audi fors by the hour Wendell said his father to him cue day dont you get tired of tlilsf No papa wittily replied the boy preacher dont get tired but it is rather bard on the chairs Obeyed Him Whares old Four Lingered Peter asked Alkali Ike i aint seeii him around since got back Iete saul the bartender On lift went up to Hyena Tongue and got jag ged Went up to a hotel winder stuck his head III and hollered Fire an ev erybody did Everybodys Magazine Painful Cleanliness Front a Vienna paper Comfortable pension for English visitors good kitchen with continental eatables or plain rosbeef with pottals for same prices Dice sleeping rooms with open windows painful cleanli ness uumeroim extraordinary refer encesSt James Gazette The Proof Later Myrtle Papa doesnt favor yourcall lag hero at till George George Why that cant be Your father gop me a cigar a moment since as I came In the door MyrtleAll right Just wait till you smoke It Ilppineotts Small ares fell great treesGerinan Proverb County Court Days Below is a list CountyCourt days Amlerson Lawrencoburg 3didoiiday Bourbon Pails Tat Monday Boyl DanvIIe 3d Mbndav Rreatliiti Jackson 4U Monday Clark Winchester 4th Monday EsiHl Irvine 8J MondayI Fayette Lexington 2nd Monday Garrard Lancaster 4tlt Monday Harrison Cynthiana 4tb Mondav rJeseainine Niclioasviio3J Monday Lee Beatty ville Itli Mon l y UHQQH StPnforil 2ad Momlay Mndin RHunniul las 101111e s elllArmcI9bnrjC tat Monday v WoHdayNIcossPaltwktV Somerset 3 M9IJrl t1 SeoU Gorgetoxr 3lMondav MOfldrWoodford r IMIU opeMM abOut TO rHltwLen youre crippled wl larit lDadntQ stiff jilatsni- coarse yonvo tried Ipta oftbegs ant tb tilled w I I i SAVED BY A PANTHER The Fierce Brute Proved a Good Temperance Lecturer Governor Jennings of Indiana used to toll story of his early electioneer log days lu which he said that a pauther may be a good teinpcrunco lecturer Colonel W M Cockruui repents the story In his Iloneer History of Indiana The Incident happened when Governor Jennings was traveling over the thinly settled hills of Dear born county electioneering for congress He met a man with whom he was well acquainted by name Tom Ogles by who was Just getting over a protracted debauch Jennings began ask- Ing Tom about his political views The half sober fellow looked at him and said Jen dont you think a man just out of a panther fight ought ollc elec tioneered in a different manner from this I am Just from the grave I was awakened a little while ago by a panther putting leaves mid grass over me It kept tlitsiip until 1 was entirety covered I lay still for awhile and then raised up and found the panther gone I knew I was in danger so 1 took my gun and climbed Into a tree to see what the panther Intended to do In a short time 1 heard her coming and she hind her kittens with her Ev cry few steps she would jump as if catching something and the little ones would go through the same maneu vera She kept this up until she got near to the bed of leaves she had coy ered over me and then made a spring on the pile She looked Just as I felt when 1 found that I was covered up for dead She then started in to In vestigate the cause of my disappear ance and before she located me liiliot herJennings after hearing this said Well Tom I believe I should treat you as one from the dead and that you should begin your life from this point We were schoolboys together linow you are a capable civil engineer and well educated and if you cease drink lug I will see that you have a good po sition on the surveying corps Tom Oglesby did quit drinking Jen nings was elected and kept his prom ise to his old friend who became one of tho well known engineers of the United States THERMOMETERS Testing Processes at the National Weather Dureau Each day at the weather bureau In Vanlilugton the thermometers received from various manufacturers through out the country arc put through the test of standardizing them The various processes through which the bulbs pass before they are labeled accurate are easy Inasmuch as there Is practically little scientific work at taehedlo the test When a thermom eter Is first banded to the man in the testing room It Is dipped into a rat tilled vllh a compound far below the freezing point It Is thrust In at the point where It happens to be at the time aud worked up and down until the degree of the compound reached Having then recorded the lawest tem perature the process of testing for the highest Is begun This js just as simple as testing for the low temperature The bulb is dipped Into a vat of water first at degrees Then It Is worked gradually until 130 degrees Is reached If the mercury In the bulb will Indicate 130 degrees further testing Is unnecessary because that Is a tolerably warm temperature and one seldom if ever reached by natural heat A thermometer the bulb of which contains mercury will not register lower than 28 degrees below zero that Lq mercury will freeze at that point In this country very little use Is found for thermometers showing more thau 28 degrees below zero but In the fur north they ate of course necessary Such Instruments however contain spirits In the bulbs instead of mer envy but even tiffs fluid becomes slug slsh when 40 or SO below zero is recorded and It will seldom show be low Harpers Weekly Shrmpco A milleighteenth century traveler who Is the first person known to have made English of the word shampoo wrote that shampooing Is an opera tion not known In Europe and Is peculiar to the Chinese which I had once the curiosity to go through and for which I paid but a trifle However had I not seen several Chinese mer chants shampooed before me I should have been apprehensive of danger even at the sight of hU the different instruments Tbe original sham poo as this travelers detailed ac count and other allusions for long after his time show was very much what we call massage now It was from India that the word really came and it represents the Imperative of a verb meaning to knead Tho Measuring Rod Utatshlsnamo Bllkina JIOOO James C Bllklns 10000 non James C Bilklns 100000 Qur public spirited benefactor James C Bllklns 200000 Old Dllklns 1000000 That old leather hearted hoG Bll kina t 5000000 Puck Taking No Risks sDeutlst You should have taken gas as I suggested sir You would have felt no pain Victim Me take gas Me with 20 In my pocket No fear Get It over London TitBits Well Bred TuatV a well bred child You bet sue Never corrects her parents publicly no matter what the exigencies of the case may be PIttsburg Post Going to Use Any Contentment and satisfaction In liv lag in whatever the calling depend more largely upon folks themselves than upon their financial condition or environment Cuss words and clubs never were a source of profit In the conduct of a dairy and never will be as long as dairies are Caresses rather and the snatch of a tune are better milk producers A curious fact in connection with the teredo a wormlike bivalve mol- lusc which does much damage to marine piling timbers and wooden ship bottoms Is that it will die at once placed in fresh water The sires In flock drove or herd should be changed often enough so that the vigor oT the offspring will not be Impaired by inbreeding In many cases a sire In every way first class and well bred may be exchanged for another of a different strain In a dif ferent locality Horses like men should have reg ular work to keep them In best condition and to enable them to properly digest and assimilate their rations It there Is not work for the horses to do they should be turned Into a paddock where they can get the exorcise need ed Were more rare exercised In this particular a good deal of veterinary service could be dispensed with Smoking a wound in foot or band caused by rake or rusty nail with a burning woolen cloth for twenty mln utes is said to be an effective means of reducing pain and inflammation and preventing the development of tetanus or lockjaw The remedy has the merit of being Inexpensive and easily ap plied and considering the claims mado for It should be well worth trying Not How much money did he leave but now much character did he take with him as evidenced in his con duct as father husband neighbor anti friend is the query that should be oftener asked when a citizen closes his earthly account The teaching of the best religions of the world points to the fact that it is not his possessions but the man that will determine his rating In the world to be The sod cover for an orchard is very convenient one at harvest time In tue matter of cleanliness in the han dung of the trait but In most sections It is detrimental to the best growth of the trees and the development of the fruit Much can be done for orchards In sod that have not been doing well by merely breaking up this sod cover Ing and giving clean cultivation which makes possible a better circulation of both moisture and air in the soil The Iowa experiment station has lately Issued bulletin Xo 105 on the Eradication of Weeds Including a discussion of methods of spraying as well as means of combating weeds which cannot be killed or seriously In jured by sprays The problem of weN eradication is coming to be a serious one for Iowa farmers and the bulletin which Is timely and helpful should be In the hands of nil who are Interested in the weed problem In tho eye of the law one person has no right on the premises of another except through invitation or special per mission In common practice one Is not considered trespasser unless he remains on the premises of another after being ordered off or unless notice has been given In some public manner that people must not go on to the place It Is apparent that the property owner has the law on his side and can easily recover damages from those who trespass on his prem ises One of the secrets of the careful fruit growers success in the famous apple valleys of the west lies In the thinning of overloaded trees when the green fruit ts the size of a hickory nut or a little larger It costs tess to pick a green apple than a ripe one and as a tree has capacity to bring only a given weight of fruit to proper maturity the grower secures In increased size what he loses in number of apples with the result that at harvest time he has apples of much larger size and superior quality and these two things mean an Increased return Notwithstanding the fact that clo vera have not been considered good feed for horses Professor Merrill of the Utah experiment station has made some feeding tests which seem to convey a different Impression at least In the case of alfalfa He made sir tests of alfalfa hay in comparison with tim othy as a teed for horses under vary ing conditions of work and found that it was easier to maintain their weight with alfalfa than timothy The gen eral appearance of the horses In each of the six tests was In favor of those fed alfalfa and no effects were noted from extended feeding of it The Connecticut experiment station 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