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Digital page images are linked to the text file. n n ttt J fJf t 1 J T EiH 0NoD Ct4iivtitjx1 ff r J fif Z 37th YEAR 0 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 7 1910 NUMBER 14 WALL PAPER IA SUPPLY OF GOOD FEED II Burnside Robinson Coal Lime Salt Cement Sand and Plaster Material Office Warehouse PHONE RICHMOND For Sale Two I Poland China boars weight about to tf Roy C White buy and is if you want to get from your horses good rich milk from your cows You cant keep a nace going on poor fuel no more can you keep of life going right on meagre or quality of feed Theros ho secret about the place to buy it j t r and L N R R 142 No 135 150 For Elegant of rooms furnished or unfurnished Apply 237 N Second St Telephone tf oa Im Convinced You Give Every Man a Square Deal The above compliment was paid us by a satisfied customer hence dont you believe must be others of the same opinion In a town of less than four hundred peo ple with fierce competion on all we have in eight years built up a Banking busi ness of over 1 12500000 Resources Peoples M of Paint Li Ky E L Woods Pres W C Fish VPres G Kemper Cashier O N Terrill Asst Cashier The Right Way to get good work is- o your paper from up to date jne get an uptodate paper hanger essential goodwork fur the fire poor on an Rent flat three 351 there sides W True Standards of Life The Measure of a Man is What He Is Not What He Has It take so long to learn how to live so long to get even a glimmering of what life is f aud what we ought to do with ours We are so prone to Ji vein the future to fret ourselves about it We are so busy yearning for the joys we imagine other people have and worrying about the trouble we imagine we ate having that we make the present the one thing we are sure ofan endless regret And of all the follies the limit is to permit some one else to make our standards for us Havent we intelli gence Cant we thiuk for ourselves To want things we dont realy care for just be cause someone else has them wouldnt understand if we and did have them To struggle and strain to make a show when all the neighbors know- it isonly a show and would re spect us a heap more if we had the courage to be ourselves yes Deaths standards ought- to be lifes standards Death does not ask how big a hojse we hail from nor how many university degrees we have won nor what is out bank account Nor what we have nor what we know but what we are And thats our measure of everybody but ourselves The Delineator Dont lay in your winter supplies until you visit the Big Sample Sale Monday and Tuesday October 3 and 4 Salo will be conducted in tho McKee Rink by ladies of the P A C Infirmary A full description will be published later Phone 412 Ws P BAXTER Suppose You Try It We are indebted to a Mis souri paper for the following method of gaining a welcome entrance into a newspaper officeAdvance to the inner door and give three raps The devil will attend to the alarm You will give your name post jffice address and number of years you owe for the paper You will be admitted into the sanctum and will advance to the center of the room where you will address the editor with the following counter sign Hold the righ hand about two feet from the body with the thumb and fingers clasping a 10 bill which you which will drop into the editors hand saying Were you waiting for me The editor will clasp your hand and the bill pressing it and will say You Bet An Advertising Fable In acertain barnyard there were two hens one of which when she laid an egg cackled because she knew when she had a goou thing and she van ted others to know itthat hen believed in advertising And many were the breakfasts her enterprise supplied When the other hen laid eggs she disdained to cackle Whats the use she said Everybody Knows I Lay Eggs and she cackled not One day the owner of the hens by accident discovered the nestof the Noiseless One and it was full of eggs But they were too old to use And immediately he cut off the head of the hen that had re fused to be modern and AdvertiseMr are your goods becoming over ripe Try cacklingADvERTISE Cost of Living In 1823 That prices of food wore not always sa high as they are now is the test Hiony of a little rusty volume of poems and facts compiled by Moses Quest who arrived in Cincinnati from the East in 1823 and took careful note o many things he saw including the market Ho jotted his observations down in his journal which was later published and this interesting bit of information was culled from its pates Markets in Cincinnati are abund antly supplied with the best kinds of meats and vegetables Beef mutton and veal sell from 2 to 4 cents a pound pork from 1 12 to 2 12 cents butter 12 12 to 18 14 cents choose 6 to 8 cents and eggs 4 to 10cents a dozen Wheat flour cost from 125 to 175 per hundred weight buckwheat costs the same cornmeal 8 14 to 25 cents per bushel wheat 45 to 50c corn 18 14 to 25 cents per bushel and oats from 12 12 to 18 cents Chickens sell for 10 to 25 cents per pair turkeys for i to 4 cents per pound potatoes 25 to 37 cents and turnips 18 34 to 25 cents per pusheL Midway Clipper Cook Farms Fiat Annual Sale Friday September thirtieth Greatest event of tho kind ever held in Kentucky 50 saddle mares colts and fillies 50 Jen netts and colts all registered Catalogues jennettsIshould be kept In J F CoOK J15H Lexington Ky Wanted A sh eel for the bed of a river- A ring for the finger of scorn A glove for tho hand of fate A boot for the foot of a mountain- A sleeve for the arm of tho law A set of teeth for tho mouth of a riverA for the trunk of an elephant A feather forlho wings of tho wind Scales for tho weight of years Buttons for a coat of paint A rug for the ladder of fame Reins for a bridal tour A medicine to keep the ink well To know what makes tho weather- vane and tho roads cross A key for a lock of hairThe Merry thought Lumber For Sale Barn bills and all kinds rough lumber in oak poplar and pine Tobacco sticks Poplar laths Write J A STEVEXS W T HICKS tf Richmond Ky Wrong stockandget anybody WALL PAPER We Retire Go Carts We Liquid Veneer fPrOne reason why you will find the most luxurious bed in the 31EARS a fOSTER J MATTRESS f is that the natural springiness of the cotton is magnifiedmany times the Special Web Process of making the felt layers We will explain this to you more fully when you callt Sixty Nights Free Trial 2254jOldham LackeyUndert- aking Telephone 76 a SpecialtyDav Telephone 136 229 AVS Fire Life Accident and Health Insur ance in the very best old lino Companies Wm S Broaddus Agt tf What We Should Do We owe to the community in which we live to do everything we can in every way possible that will be to its advantage Our neighbors prosper ity means a great deal more than someones who lives elsewhere We should bear this in mind in buying our goods We can afford to pay our homo man a firm price for his wares rather than send our money away knowing wo do that every dollar our own citizen makes will help in sustaining our schools churches and public institutions It pays richly to patronize homo industry TEe Way is to buy a lot old to hang it for you Phone Sell T by O RO L it to us as o is almost the worst thing for consumptives Many of the just sgood preparations contain as muchas 20ofalcohol Scotts Emulsion not a drop Insist on having Scotts Emulsion FOR BALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS Dont wait untill your house burns to think about insurance See Dan II Breck tf Is R0BlantonWholesale and Retail Coal Feed Salt Sand Lime Cement and All Kinds of Plaster Material Corner Main and B Str- eetsIBIEPHONB 85 The Hustling Cash StoreJ t LEADERS IN GOOD3i i J I1 QUALITY j 71 Our goods are just a little better than those you thought were best rlj it Our prices are just a little lower than those you thought were lowest i r 1 1 2JS We deserve your patronage our superior goods will show you wlyJ t 4itt Tell us how we can serve you betterir i Our goods are honest and confidence creators t rav r 7 f4 f i y ix Jifo We don t do bill board advertising at your expensed r 1 lJ tWt J L v iE5 f E i r As Prices Right Too tf writ r goodas anyone wants f ti jfi sf1 ril f if z t 1V t irfc cr r LQADEns J T LOW PR CiES r t tt l tf Q F uo 9r Y i t- Hamilton B0 potliePSIjft 1f3 C A I p t Tr c This Is The Time t of the year when mothers are think t ing ol school dresses and fabrics An inspection of our stock will con vince you that we are headquarters for lovely i ealicoINRA Madras Our showing of midsummer mater i ials is superb We carry a full line of Novelties and you will make a mistake if yon dont visit our Drapery department Our stock includes everything to be found in an upto date Dry Goods Store OWEN McKEE DRY GOODS COMPANY YOU ARE WELCOME TO OUR REST ROOM Corner 1st Main The Richmond Climax IT TilE CLIMAX PRINTING CO Incorporated A D MILLER EDITOR Miber PRESS and PUBUSPEBS lEAGUE FBICE 100 PER YEAR IK ADVANCE WEDNES DAY SEP 7 ION THE Frankfort State Journal makes the following wise suggestion The Democracy of the State is in more danger from legislative specialists during the period between legislative sessions than it is when a session on During a session they are merely endeavoring to complete the dirty work for which they have been planning during the last two years vacation The little coterie of these gentry who have been operating in Kentucky in recent years are already engaged in the task of trying to name the legislative nominees in the various dis tricts of the State The time to defeat their purpose is now before their work has been accomplished The Democrats in every district of tho State should look carefully into the backing of every candi date for a nomination and then do their duty in the name of pure Democracy and clean govcrmcnl The specialists on him should be defeated If this is done the record of the next Legislature will not be a handicap to the party WE would like monstrous well to seethe name of lion Harry McCarty of Nicholasville placed on the State ticket for some good ollico No Democrat in the State has done more good work for the party but it has been done in a quiet way Avith no flourish of trumpets and of times others are given credit for work Harry has done Lets show honor to whom honor is duo Danville Messenger The Climax is confident that every Democratic newspaper in the State without exception will agree with the Messenger and if Mr McCarty can be induced to make the race for some State oice lie may count The Climax one of IlL most earnest supporters TirE trial of Robin Cooper charged with the murder of Senator Carmack oj Tennessee will take place at Nashvill- ovembcrJ X 19 Cooper who is unde heavy bondis at present touring Europe Why this farce Governor Pattcrsoi will pardon this murderer as ho did the sire EDITOR Louis Landrain of the Dan vlllo Messepger is lamenting the fact that summer is gone and no circus Had he been in Richmond the day Robinsons show was here ho would have been sorry any such thing as a circus ever came to townon a rainy day TnE claim of scientists that smoke injures the eyesight is not true for a boy with a cigarette stump in his mouth can jsee his fathej Jon bocks wayI cr TnE reason a prudent man is compared to a pin is that his head keeps him r rom going too far IT doesnt always take a telescope for ones neighbors to see an eclipse of the honeymoon THEBE maybe as much enjoyment to be had in aircastles as in any other kind IT is a known fact that whoever gives pleasure will receive joy WE are all artists when we draw a lon ficn PERSONALS i t 1300D Tuouoirr 2 Theway is never very long lC it measured with a smile oDd song Mr W E Luron was in Winchester Pra y 1 jjtfrs Mollie Bates Miller was in Cin iciwMti last week G iCiee Anno Bennett Cohen was in JBivdetown las1 week t Xiand Mrs Walker Burnsides have nvkwrned from Lancaster ieJ O Chonault was in Mt Vcr iMe last week on business XHS sallie Shearer has boon visiting falriMskfort and Versailles f1iiINell McCoy of Lexington has Mrs Halo Dean Mr Charlie Sales of Millers Creek H ywitor here court tiny Xr Ad W Creekmorc of Lexington j madtd eourt here Monday X L 0 Rkklell of Estill Springs tM among tins court day crowd Mr Curt Adams was In pinciBnati tostwek attending lbe Qspo MfeEli beth Turtey wu So Necho kuville Jut week enjoying 11 lair Mw A C Boaabua ud Ma O D Mtlier ye In Liwjts Wd dy III tybutroaIoii r iiu cIolCetwsj II tk SGL guest of her sister Mrs J C Chenault Misses Ellen Gilbert and Tommia West NiagaraFansMiss Mary Scott left last week for Pinovillo to resume her duties in school thereMr Henry L Perry went to Cincinnati last week to buy his stock of holiday goods Miss Elizabeth Blanton spent last week with Mrs Emmett Dickson in ParisMiss Madge Burnam was hostess on last Wednesday morning of tho Bridge ClubMiss Nina Million who has been ill for several weeks with typhoid fever is convalescing Mrs O P Bush and little son of Lan caster are visiting Mrs Emma Bush on Aspin avenue Messrs W F Campbell anti Will Richardson of West Irvine were here court day Dr and Mrs C II Vaught and child ren have returned from Beattyvillo and Estill Springs Mrs J A Stevens arid daughter Regina are at homo from a pleasant visit at Wild Ic Mr Louis Todd and nephew William French Todd are spending a few days at French Lick Mr Harry Cockrill of Irvine came down Monday to matriculate at tho Normal School Miss Eloise Terry of Kansas City is vsiting Mr and Mrs W L Crutcher in the county Mrs Ed Cornolison is in Cincinnati this week buying new embroidery materials patterns etc Mrs Emil S Helbnrn of Middlesboro was here last week to see her sister Mrs Nealo Bennett Mr Benjamin Dobrosky left yesterday morning for Lexington where he will attend State University Mr Albert Crutchfield of Louisville visited his son Rev G W Crutchfield several days last week Miss Agnes Clark has returned from Lexington where she has spent the summer with relatives Miss Katherine Scott has gone to Erlanfier to resume her duties in tho school at that place Mrs George Snyder and little son of Mt Sterling were guests last week of Mrs D M Chenault Miss Edna Giunchigliani has returned to Cincinnati to continue her studies in the College of Music Rev and Mrs G W Crutchfield had as their guest last week Miss Harry Ralcliffe of La Grange Mr and Mrs Albert Nance of Somer set arc visiting the formers parents Mr and Mrs Wm Myers Stanford Interior JournalMiss Lucinda Lutes left this morning for Richmond to be with friends Mrs G W Pickels and daughter Miss Mary D Pickels went to Estill Springs Saturday for a shortstay Mr and Mrs G W Phelps Misses Mary Barrett Smith and Madge Burnam motored to Lexington last week Mr G D Azbill of Cherokee Oklahoma formerly of this county is visiting his cousin Mr J It Azbill and other relatives in the city and county Georgetown NewsMr W F Baum stark has gone to Madison county to join hill family who arc visiting there Mrs Alice Q Hinklc of McKenzie Tenn was tho pleasant guest last week of Mr and Mrs Wm McCord Jr Miss Gladys Perry who is ono of Rich monds most nopuisgis left last Thur da 5 for Outline Ky where she will teach school for tho ensuing year Mr and Mrs G Johnson have returned to Harrodsburg after a visit to Mr and Mrs George Todd at Speedwell Mrs J D Dunlap who has been spending some time hero with relatives has returned to her homo in Now York City MssMcie Ballard has returned to her home in Chihhicotheaftera pleasant visit to Mrs Ballard H Luxon and other rela tivesMrs ItC Stockton was hostess of the Young Woman Missionary Society of church last Thursday afternoonMr Hills and little daughter Julia will Icavo in a few days for North Carolina to spend several weeks with relativesMr Walker and daughter Mis Fannie Dye Walker of Greenville Miss have been visiting Mr and Mrs W W Watts Mr and Mrs D H Breck and little sun are at home from Maysville where they have boon spend ingse veral weeks with relatives Mrs Harry B Haner entertained with a sacred musical Sundayafternoon in honor of Dr and Mrs George Payne of St Louis Miss Mary Barrett Smith left tester day Tor Stato College at Lexington Miss Smith will graduate ta Juno from that institution Miss Y lfRlL Gulley of L xgiefl s the guest Ofher autrs Hate at her home Gypsy Camp in the Leis caster pike Miss Florence Rofff returned from Lexington and Is I at hee post of duty as mtieio thec ia CMwell HighSchool Master Put UMtr wfc6t JMU sjxmt kbe swMBer i New StMMm ft will enter tlw MitenbuFf Militwy aetiute this falL Mr iuiA Cruieiw AijiI two ebtt Irt of TxmUvilie aw CtJM- fOn uncte Mr 1VL c r faiBil1 bi thecouOt- 7Kilist V soawisswicIt- IK a twa wMb fiitt llDIoidMr Cteoteaati pointt iBMMtfaNl Vfr JaM i is millinery Mr and Iba flea gti hats iMeed a auit oI room in twDoitglss0 Sim mOB Death eaeflat and will ihertrjr goto bousekee1ug Mrs William of Cincinnati oame up last week losee her daughter Mrs Joe A Evan ofPanana who is the guest of relatives here Mr Shelby M Jett Jr left Mosday to enter HamptonSidaey College Hamp ton YR Mr Jett will graduate fl1 this institution next June Professor and Mrs Roberson of the Caldewll High School arrived last week and are comfortably domiciled in a cosy cottage on Fourth street Miss Curraleen Smith reached home last week from Detroit where she spent the summer Her nice Miss JennioJlcll- Hogers accompanied her home Mr and Mrs C E Douglas have moved from the Summitt to their handsome apartments in the Douglas Simmon Deatherage fiat on Second street Mrs Elmer E Tatcwho recently underwent a successful surgical opera tion is now able to be out much to the gratification of her many friends Mrs J It Sims and Miss Lottie Dame returned last week from a delightful visit in Beattyville to the formers parents Mr and Mrs Judge Button 0Mt Sterling Sentinel Democrat Fred Rushford and sister Miss Bessie of the Grassy Lick neighborhood have returned from a visit to relatives at Rich mond Mrs Joe S Boggs left last week for Cincinnati where she was by her mother Mrs Layton for a trip through tho Adirondacks They will be gone a monthProfessor T J Coates who has boon engaged in institute work all summer reached home Friday night and is now at his duties as superintendent of the public school Mrs M F Enright and children are at home from Danville and Somerset In tho latter place they visited Mrs En rights sister Mrs John Furroll formerly of this city Mrs Charles P Cunningham passed through Richmond Monday cnrouto to her home at Middlesboro from a months visit to her mother Mrs Robert Riddell at Irvine Miss Florence Sympson passed through Richmond Saturday cnrouto to her hom in Winchester She has been at Estil Springs for two weeks the guest of Mrs Harvey Riddoll Mrs P F Adams and children left Saturday for Estilljcounty They will visit relatives at Wisemantown and Panol before going to Irvine where Mr Adam is engaged in tho newspaper business Miss Sue Scrivner who went to Winchester Monday to begin her school duties returned tho same night as the opening of the school has been postponed on account of scarlet fever in tho town Mrs J L Taylor of Kansas City is visiting her sisters Mesdames J R Pates and G E Lilly Mrs Taylor was formerly Miss Bessie McGinn of Ver sailles and has many friends in this city The following compose a delightful house party being entertained by Miss Jamie Caperton Misses Katherine Dab ney Laura Simpson Nannie Peck Virginia Anderson and Sophia Buckner of CincinnatiMr Mrs Charles Jett entertained during the past week Misses Mary Bates and Gallic Miller Shackelford Catherine and Julia White Dudley Doty and Lillian Cobb at a very delightful house party Mrs Calvin Taylor and son Webster returned home Thursday after a months visit in Cincinnati They were accompanied by Mrs Taylor parents Mr and Mrs Webster who will be their guests for several days Mrs Alice Lisle of Clark county who underwent an operation for gall stone in this city last week is improving and on tho road to recovery Mrs Lisle is a daughter of Mrs Margaret Lackey of this city and has many relatives hero Bourbon News Mr Phil Nippert Sr had as his guest Thursday for dinner his son Mr George Nippert and grandson Mr Hauley Nippert and thelatters little daughter Miss Margaret Nippert all of Cincinnati completing four generations Jessamine News Mrs Cap Dick erson of Richmond is the guest of Mrs N It lickersonMr Louis Taylor and wife and W A Taylor of Richmond havo returned to their home after a visit with the family of Mr David BellMrs Thomas Jefferson Smith enter tamed on last Wednesday night at auction bridge in honor of the Misses Cren shaw of Richmond Va and Miss Walker Greenville Miss Tho affair was in keeping with the many delight ful social functions at this lovoy home Danville Messenger Hon Jerry Sullivan of Richmond who is now traveling in Ireland sent a most inter esting letter to Tho Climax of last week His Danville friends will be glad to know he is enjoying a great trip Mrs C n Brittain who has hovered between life and loath for the past week is reported as better and her family and physicians feel greatly en couraged as to her condition Her illness of typhoid fever dates back over a period of about eight weeks and has been a sourceof deep anxiety to her host of friends Mrs W G Whito presided at the organ at the Christian church last Sunday morning It was the first time in several years that Mrs White has had an opportunity to again tako Ihe position which for many years she filled so acceptably to tim congregation and the general public Her music Sunday was greatly enjoyed Dr and Mrs M Ashby Jones ot Virginia are visiting Mr and Mrs Charles Turner in the county Dr Tones was formerly pastor of tho Baptist church of ths place and ho was hoard in a magnificent sermon Sunday morning at the First Presbyterian church when the Baptists and Presbyterians lick a joint service Dr Jones married tho beauti ful Miss May Turner of this county and has hosts of friends hero whore joicb in his great success in the ministry Mrs W J Newspm entertained Friday afternoon at her home on Hillsdale Ave with a delightful birthday party in honorof her sister Miss Pearl Loopor The following guests were present Christine Bandlin Ella Kin dred Mattio Pigg Ruth Scrivnor Mary Lee Douglas Ethel Engle Edna B Eagle Pearl Anderson Mary Mershon Mary Luda Kunkle Etha Stone Anna StoneMaude Higgins Leroy McKinney T J Douglas James Douglas John Burnam Scrivnor Earl Gilson Leslie Pigg All spent a delightful afternoon Miss Musette Ycach is entertaining MissJIIcnrieUa Luxon Miss Elizabct Mil ler and Miss Mary Louise Deatherage all of Richmond this week at the homo of her parents on the South Side The youngsters besides taking in thin fair every day will hive a number of enter tainments given forthem this week Miss Norma Houchlns entertained de lightfully lasteveninrWith a hay rido In honor hergucst Harris of Richmond The crowd numbered eighteen and ihey started from the home of the hostess at eett thirty oclock and rode to Lawreftelerg A lunch was taken along aDd it eenetated of all the most delectable things that go nga1unchdelicI04tSFrankfort Watch jo the big sample sate Oc4 fcer 3 and 4 fW ifce Patlie A Clay InMrmary Wmoheetof and Riefeateail will play a double lsadr at Pioo er Pirk Ttiundtiy afternoon first game beWtg called at two oclock Admission both ems 11 conti You eangei yumm i worili at P o 4erJP rk tomorrow Kkibmetil wltf Mtaet the WSogfaeatet agyitigat n feck MM We4 r First pme ettd lalj twoo = n We expect toibegin tiba dM1viy t Oar Bif Imlustrial BditfcW b last rf ibM weakf and will oaH mxM rapidly as paMJbU nmon wfab jour paper before we can see yen yotf oaa frt them atatibp So if you caw to call for ttea yosU l j Ti1 Ibe will onbe late JobB Xayior u- co4 in county court Monday He leftbis e tat to bU children Claud Haines and Miv Ruth Gray both of Red House were married by Squire Dykes in this city Wednesday ice cream and box 1orhereWillbeart Chapel on Barne Mill pike next Saturday Sept lO from 6 to 8 oclock Everybody Invited Births Mr and Mrs J C Hawkins are re joicing over thaarrival a fine boy who came Sunday to bless and brighten their home Property Sold Master Commissioner H O Rice sold at public sale Monday sixtyfive actes of landj on the Boonesbpro pike to S Q Iloyco for 811225 per acre Victim of Disastrous Fire Local friends of Mr Gilbert T Grinstead were grieved last week to learn of a disastrous fire which vripei out his stock of goods in Somerset Th store was in the Newtonian hotel and was one of the handsomest in Somerset Mr Grinsteads loss is 7000 with 5 000 insurance A Change in Sentiment There has been a change in the wording of the old jingle of childhood which told of the invitation extend d- by tho spider to the fly A motion rhymster writes it thus Will you walk out of my parlor Said the spider to the fly Your feet arc full of typhoid And I do not wish to die Kentucky Stock and its Value According to the report from the County Assessors to the State Board of Equalization there arc 500 thorough or standard bred stallions in Kentucky valued at 102880 415 thoroughbred or standard geldings valued at 838090 3038 thoroughbred or standard bred mares and colts valued at 320503 521017 marcs geldings and colts oi common stock valued at 17859301 174322 mules and mule colts valued at 334451 2472 jennets valued at 73 237 558 thoroughbred bulls valued at 25400 5070 thoroughbred or standard bred cows and calves valued at 181 034 643613 bulls cows and calves of common stock valued at 1852055 937750 hogs valued at 3575232 City Schools Open The schools of tho city opened Mon day with a largo attendance Tin classes were formed promotions madi and students dismissed to secure sup plies The colored schools were dismissed until next Monday on account of the unfinished condition of the base ments Tuesday morning the students assembled at tho whito schools thi lessons were assigned and children dismissed until Wednesday morning owing to the fact that the plumbers were not ready to turn on the water The old building has been completely renovated from top to bottom and presents a good appearanco The walls have all been painted a soft green and ceilings cream All tho wood work has been cleaned and varnished When completed the school buildings in Richmond will bo right up to date Novel Scheme for Pattie A Clay Infirmary- The sample and advertising salt which will be conducted for two days October 3 and 4 in the McKeo rink will be one of the most attractive and novel schemes over pul on in Richmond and will be for the benefit of tho Pattio A Clay Infirmary Circular letters have been sent out all over the United States to wholesale houses asking for samples- of goods sold by each together with advertising matter Tho ladies of the Infirmary will arrange nflsuch donations and this salo will bo conducted on dates mentioned above A great deal of public interest is being shown and already packages both by express and mail are being received The proceeds will be used towards the building fund Go out to the ball park tomorrow after noon and root for tho homo team New Yorkers Arrive in Rich mond After a 1500 Mile Walk Messrs T Elmendorf and Royce For bush arrived in Richmond Tuesday night on their way back to Now York byway of California and other States in the union These young men came Ipto Richmond from Jackson by Bcaltyvillo ind Irvine having covered 1493 miles on foot to date The two young gentlemen left Mayor Jrnynors office in New York on May 23 ind since that time regardless of the journey ahead of them they have al nost obeyed the order to take no thought for the morrow for they have no more than a general plan of time or direction mapped out except to know that they are on their way to every tate in this country through which hey have not yet passed and that the time may fit in as seems best Carrying twentyfive pounds of baggage each tho twoyoung men are crQss ing logsand fording streams and fighting dogs lightheartedly enough arid seated in tho Hotel Glyndon office Tues ay night they showed no signs of wear nd tear for tho many a weary milothat that they have walked Indeed they claim to have gained in tho neighborhood of a doze pounds each since the last of May and hospitality accumulates liko press agent literature in their path IVay They wore guests of tho Glyndon until Wednesday when the globe trotters loft for Lexington from whichpoint they will go fo Frankfurt and Louisville reaching the last named place in time for the State Fair Kentucky not the first State to en tertain the travelers with a lavish haiid They havo neverj5pontapenny for any thing since leaving NOW York neither have they taken or asked for a handout But everywhere they have had tho freedom of hotels cigar stores and about everything else except baflkiC They have passed through toll gates without pay a most remarkable teat and at Marp r s Ferry Wv Vawon a dollars worth oj cigars on a wager that they cbuM not pass a ert io toll gate witfaouiiyiBgthe meieetmaain the eouity u E nitnteetoooseqiom u Tin aettheyseintobi0guests of the nation They have taken dinner with the President ef the Baltimore Otofo railway presWeots of eoal mints and with IheUumbieet jtfMuttain people Mr Ferbttsh i tti MM ofaSwYork- pali XrtCBI Ddorild noR ot soaIX Y1Yoo1irr They A tk tUreSOJtha MezUng- s ta Ui Ijeerney HUpriM hIghly a photograph taken ofs Kentucky mountain Mill whli they Jfiib7 hi- vitatImsSs4r learningQww get tie hinritaUon Bt was somevrbatj Hiark ab1etMi as they its wmdi way e1eIki r6t LL1IJLL tI i r a sPARs raa In W Y Bmr11ft1j ViczPiaspur Cned St teroent of the Cphditipn o- fCItizens National Bank At RIOIBIONDXKNTUCKYI RESOURCES Loans and DkscoMmfe MOGIH3 72 Overdrafts 0738 85 U S BoaSs 58500 00 Busklngflouse etoL 000000 Cash aBd Dae from aDks 099U H Total w481122i3 LIABILITIES SMeknt19QOOlfOOSlt- rplWl UadivkledProllts0 DeposIts312155 Deposits Scpt1 1O03 226133 51 Deposits Sept 1 190J 270285 42 Deposits Sept 1 1910 uu 31215541- Wo respectfully and invite a share of your patronage promising in return proHiptrand efficient service and courteous and honorable treatment 0J W CROOKE CASHIER Base Ball Games at Richmond Septemcer 8 Winchester 2 September JO Moysville Games at 330 p m Admission 25c Won Lost Pert Paris 74 41 043 Lexincton 59 fi1 53G RICHMOND 57 55 500 Winchester 50 5t 60S Frankfort 53 54 495 Maysvillo 31l 80 313 0BaseBall The Pioneers defeated tho Hustlers at Winchester Thursday administering a dose of white wash the score being 1 to 0 Wright pitched for Richmond and was given perfect support by his team mates Burden was on tho mound for the Hustlers The Hustlers defeated the Pioneers at Garner Park Saturday afternoon by the score of 3 to 2 Wills pitched for Richmond until the sixth inning and had two scores to the good when ho went up in the air Allison relieved Wills with the bases full and walked tho first man up forcing in a run tho Hustlers making one or two hits at this time gave them the game ThoPioncers went to Maysville Mon day for a double header and succeeded in landing both tames Allison pitched for Richmond in the first game which was won 13 to 4 Creager was on the mound in the second and won by the score of 3 to 2 What She Does 0Fho school teacher is the guiding star of tho republic She takes the little bantling fresh from tho nest full of his pouts his pets and his passions ungovernable In many cases a rampant riotous little wretch whose mother often admits she sends him to school pnrposely to get rid of him The teacher er takes a whole carload of these little anarchists half of whom and alone cannot be handled by their own mothers and puts them nthoway of be coming useful citizens Ex Roy Golden Going Up Sunday Enquirer has tho following to say concerning Roy Golden the big boy who played with Richmond fur two seasonsPitcher Roy Golden who used to play with the Wiodemanns several years ago is now the best pitcher in the OhioPenn League and will be given a tryout by the St Louis National League team next season Golden has pitched 20 games winning 1C with a second di vision team that has not won half its games behind him Several big league clubs wero after him and it is said the Cardinals put up a large amount for his purchase Madison County Will Pay 58652 10 Into State Treasury Sheriff David McCord has received a statement from Auditor Frank James of Frankfort indicating that Madison county owes the State of Kentucky tho sum of 5305210 on 1909 rssessmcnt Settlement has to be made prior to December 1 This sum is only 50 per cent of tho total amount of State and county taxes collected The assessed value of the county is 811730420 Shcrilf Mc Cord is doing nicely collecting the taxes and is anxious for all to come forward at once and settle so that he can get his nuictus from tho Auditor Here Is A Remedy That Will Cure Eczema UVe Prove It Why wasto time and money experi menting vitli greasy salves and lotions trying to drive the eczema germ from underneath the skin when IIL Perry guarantees Zcmo a clean liquid prepara tion for external uso to rid tho skin of tho germ life that causes tho trouble One application will roliovo the itching and often times one bottle is sufllcionl to cure a minor case of eczema In over 2000 towns and cities in America tho leading druggist has the agency forZemo and ho will tell you oJ the marvelous cures mado by this clean sImple treatment Zemo is recognized as the cleanest and most popular treatment for eczema pimples landrufl and all other forms of skin or scalp affections whether on infant or rown person Will you try a bottle on ourrecommeridationlerrysDrug Store Capital Fuwl n ti00e 00 1967 12 Circulation 5O00 00 41 Tetal 4II22 M solicit games singly sylvania Good Way to Use Hyomei for Catarrh Besides breathing through the inhaler a few times a day many catarrh suffer ers write that they find inhaling Eye mei pronounce it Highome from a bowlof steaming water each night before retiring a great aid in curing stubborn cases Fill a bowl half full of boiling water pour into tho water a teaspoonful of Hyomei cover head and bowl with a towel and breathe through nose and mouth tlio pleasant medicated antisep tic and healing vapor that arises This method relieves that stuffiness at onco and makes your head feel fine You can get a bottlo of Hyomei at druggists everywhere orat B L Middel tones for only 50 cents Ask for extra bottle Hyomei Inhalant But bear in mind that a Hyomei outfit which includes inhaler and bottle of Hyomei costs 100 Hyomei is guaranteed to euro ca tarrh soro throat couges colds asthma and crough or money back Try it on that generous basis Program Teachers Meeting Teachers of Educational Division No will hold their association at Union City Saturday September 17 1010 UOGflAM Opening Exercises Music PrayerMr Wm Jett Music Roll CallSecretary- Welcomo Adtlr ssMr CL Tipton Response Mrs M H Berry Music Why are we here todayB F Edwards Three Aims in Education SupU P3- Coates How to Secure Regular Attendance Miss Nannie Houdinot Noon Recess Music Afternoon Exercises Value of Supplementary Readingn uMiss Maud Cain What have home Environments to do With a Childs Education dMr Oliver Brock tow to Manage tho Pupils to and from SchooLPror Robt Stockton How to Secure Cooperation of Parents uWitbur Edwards The Highest Function of the School i Miss Rebecca Edwards School sciplineProf J B Harris The Most Important Branch of the Public School Curriculum uIiss Demons Francis SI H Berry Chrmn Committee on Program Good hews to parents and guardians is that school supplies will cost more this year The Burley Pool A press dispatch from Lexington says The salo committee of tho Burley Tobacco Society competed of Messrs C O Patrick A L Ferguson andFred Stucy have returned from New York whore they went to discuss the sale of the 1009 tobacco crop Mr Ferguson said tonight that he was suro a definite agreement would bo reached although several matters had to be gone into fur ther He declared that the society had received last week a flattering proposition for the sale of tho 1909 crop of tobacco together with a request for a conference in New York Mr Ferguson said AVg went toNew York and con suited with parties interested and dis cussedat length tho various features of the situation Of course there are a great many details to be worked out in negotiations of this magnitude but we havo good reasons to believe that an agreement will bo reached in a very short time Wo have always believed thud a disposition upon the part of the tobacco growers to pool the 1910 crop will insure the sale of the 1909 pool This sentiment in favor of the 1910 pool has greatly increased in the past two weeks and chances to sell the 1909 pool hits increased accordingly Every reason for a good salo at fino prices exists for we have tho best crop of tobacco in the pool grown in tho Burley belt for many enrsThegrow ing crop is sliort in quality and inferior in quality Wo intend to take advan tage of our very strong position and dc manda recordbreaking price for our holdings In fine there is nothing in present conditions to destroy our hope osuccessto W BENNETT Pans N B DnATHEHAQK VPBM S H THORPE BOOxKaEIxRS H B COSBY f Condensed Statement of the M IlkcaglJ fRICHMOND JKY r Septemberhist191O 4 4s f RESOURCES Loans L 437729 71 OverdraftsL I i 7258 00 u s Bonds wl Io poa to Premium on IfenU Jt itir tBankiiiEHeweil 4ni1i l iQooOO DdieM fa Sp = 4275flue fU c TretwrlMef S pK K11 lE O oo Cash L t4 wx 75 31 JS iis iw TotaL ii i3iiSSii ia- J f tifLAITtI JJ P k 15Csl Se v rftv ii i ru I41 r ti0 v 2 iff 3 7i7 w DepoI lw 811 r i J f- n AMI 2L ntIIMtJ 0Mca rn tti ft iiriiftr tfc iwrf ifrviitvty Sold g I q tIIIa vaimd 0dIiOB1 R BUfiNAM CASHIItRj ALkiir0 Dressny If you wish a highclass hair dressing we are sure Ayers Hair Vigor new improved for mula will greatly please you It keeps the hair soft and smooth makes it look rich and luxuriant prevents splitting at the ends And it keeps the scalp free from dandruff Does not change the eoUr of lAo MIr IAronOUlollIy At the same time the new Ayers Hair Vigor is a strong hair tonic promoting the growth of the hair keeping all the tissues of the hair and scalp in a healthy condition The hair stops falling dan druff disappears A splendid dressing iua by the J C Aytr Co tffnxU Mw Married The marriage of Miss Marian Myrtl Edwards and Mr James L Gowai came asa surprise to their man friends The ceremony was performed lastj Thursday by Dr C 0 Marshall at the Baptist parsonage on Woodland ave The brido is tho daughter of Mr Daniel Edwards a prosperous farmer and is a young woman of refinement and culture and is possessed of a sweet ness of disposition which endears her to all Mr Gowan is a native of Marion county but has lived nine years in this county near Duncannon where ho is II successful farmer By his honesty and integrity ho has won a wide circle of friends Immediately after the ceremony the happy couple left on the late afternoon train for Cincinnati where they will spend several day attending tho Ohio Valley Exposition Upon their return they will be at home at the grooms farm at Duncannon Deaths Mrs Owen Arvine of Station Camp died in this city Monday after an opera tion which was performed last Friday for gall stones Deceased had been visiting in this county for about twi weeks and bad started to Paint Lick when she was taken suddenly ill Shi was the mother of eleven children nine of whom with tho bereaved husband survive Mrs Arvine was a slsterin Jaw of Mrs Tom Million of this county Sho was a member of the Christian church Her remains wen taken to her home yesterday afternoon for interment in the Station Camp bury ing grounds Notice to Creditors Mary J McCKntock AJmr Plalntff Notice to Credittri Mary J McClintott Etc Deft miami All persons haing claims against thi estate of Mary J McClintock are notified to present samo to mo properly proven as by law required on or before October 1 1010 or same will be barred 4t H C RICE M C M 00 Notice to Creditors J rEitll AJmr Madison Circuit Cour rut Order Plaintiff J T Estill Creditors Defendant On motion of tho plaintiff this caus is referred to the Master Commissione of this court to audit and settle Al creditors of the estate are ordered to appear before said Commissioner and file their claims properly proven before thc first day of October 1010 All claims not presented before that day will be barred 4t H C RICE M C M C C ONE NIGHT Wednesday Sept 7th Boone Amusement Co Presents The Historical Pio neer Romance Daniel Boone ON THE Trail of Celoaial Days Astery of Fall BlwdSiom Indians of Sitahft Wolves PRICES 253550 Cents Advance seat salo at White Wines rug Store Nowis theTime to Get Your Guns and Shells i For the Dove Season i Just received our new supply in which we cIfzeveryones want So dont forget the old amuriifft ft tion stand jsjfs D B Shackelford Col School Music All parents who intend to have their children take piano lessons at the City High School will please notify Miss Harriet Parrish at once As is well known Miss Parrish has been engaged by the Board of Education to havo chargo of tho piano lessons and parents will do well to see Miss Parrish in regard to this work at their earliest con venience tf Lost Last Saturday night on Main street large belt pin set with amethysts Howard if returned to 81721 GEO D SIMMOXS For Sale Ten or 12 good Duroc pigs either sex Price right tf DAVID A McCoRD Music Pupils Want edII am soliciting class in piano and vocal music lessons to be given at my home on North street For further particulars apply to Miss Mary Traynor xO Health who visits this market can find any fault xOur market is as clean as can be and our help must be the same We are are particularly pleased veoplestopin For they cannot fail to be im pressed with the care with which we handle meats and the exquisite cleanliness everywhere apparent Buy the Boy a Watch and teach him With a watch in his pocket he out too late because he didnt know what time it was We have boyss watches as low as 100 each and up high you want togo Mens watches too of course and all kinds of Jewelry well Paint Lick and Lowell Property jJ At Paint Lick a neat 4 room coltagov small lot and ootl out buildini vCfAlsoThis is the most desirable building at Paint Lick and is large enough forj two dwellings Jv T At Lowell a good 4 room cottage new barn and buggy sited bath house near Sulphur well with onethird acrO A nico 6 room cottage and ncarljionV acte lot This is nice property new metal roof newly painted and in 5Q yards of the fine Sulphur well Lot No 3 Contains 2 12 acres 6l fine bottom land and stock brim Nqwj in clover and timothy Nearly enouglr tobacco can be grown on this lot in ono year to pay the purchase price All of the above property can be bought cheap and on easy payments t For further particulars see or phono Dr John A Snowden at Lowell or Paint Lick 1t J No Official J CCCULTONSuccessor 231 WEST MAIN STREET TELEPHONE 125 as as as lot Show Your Wife How how to write checks for rJbills instead of counting out the money and then not be able to tell where her cash is7 gone TOE STATE BANK TRUST CO has a special department lj womens accounts and will bg glad to show any one how much better a check is than ready money i State Bank Trust Company illRichmond Ky punctuality heinglate iIIPrivate F J YEAGERMAIN STREET RICHMOND KENTUCKY fuE QUESTION rf 71 L SquareCookingIts Easy to Get Them Our Way 1 ACjBH8 1iJ t 5o Save your Bank accounL Try our easy payment plan ycl 0like it Payments made weekly or monthly to suit Your 1 credit is good Give us your order LUMANAND HIGGINS 11i t Furniture Car ts6od Stoves i 1 Poite Hotel Gl4dotiO fI 1 r Hedqrteis for Sewing Machines W 5upp1isI ac J x I J Established Clothing and Tailoring in Richmond The Great BEST MADE 1 2 4 be to your to see me before an New Quarters rWe are established in our new quarters in the old City Hall building and are better prepared than ever to care for your skins Bring us your Hides Furs and Iron Fresh Groceries and Vegetables in sea- sonhurmanl 7 Grocery tCOD1p any == Beef Clubs Farmers Butchers NOTICE I am paying highest cash for Hides and Also M WIDESRICHMOND +l l I George Englishl PLUMBING I for l 1 Gds and Gasoline Engines I L Agents for J6hnson Best System of Works l country and suburban homes 1for I 210 E Main Street Phone l 619l l RICHMOND = KENTUCKY I Q 1 New Jn My Line I have r1eparationsby putting in the necessary Invent to do all kinds qf- j e Painting and 8SrAi rj t r faddy customers would appreci r repairs for vehicles Bring your Faded Prinf li Jd pnintcd and trimmed and n need new f p s- rjZt his shod Ali work r tr Tle- e6r E a d s-r Sterling J 9Clothes ARE THE BEST- CLOTHES rr JT toIShrink or Fade l p 50 years experience the factory guarantee in suits all sizes smallest boy to largest man Newest stock in city to select from li tjliA Fine Line New S- tyleHats and Furnishing Goods Suit Cases Trunks Umbrellas etc at lowest prices for high class goods BI StoufferOldest House REO CarTHE and Cylinders Jt will advantage purchasing automobile AgentKIRKSVILLE KENTUCKY prices Tallow rightRing KENTUCKY Doctor Water Something for You tnmmg fromr ONE DROPOF BOURBON POULTRY CURE down the throat of a gaping chicken destroys the worms and saves the chicks life A few drops in the drinking water cures and PREVENTS DISEASE For the treatment of White Diarrhoea In chicks and Blackhead and other diseases In turkeyS BOURBON POULTRY CURE HAS NO EQU One SOc bottle makes 12 Gallons of medicine FOR SALE BY HENRY L PERRY Richmond Ky J T FERRIEU Real Estate Agent Oldham Buildi- ngRichmond Ky Disagreeable at Home Lots of men and women who are agreeable with others get cranky at home Its not disposition its the liver If you find in yourself that you feel cross around the house iltye things worry you just buy a bottle ojBallard shapeIGenerallydebilitated for years Had sick headaches lacked ambition was worn out and all rundown Burdock Blood Bitters made me a well woman Mrs Chas Freitoy Moosup Conn alm Decide Yourself The Opportunity Is Here Backed by Richmond Testimony Dont take our word for it Dont depend on a strangers state mentRead Richmondd endorsement Read the statements of Richmond citizensAnd decide for yourself Here Is one case of it Mrs J W Pnmphrey Danville St j Lancaster Ky says My experience with Doans Kidney PIUS leads me to believe that they live up to the claims made for them I suffered ft great deal from backache and at night could not backbetamewas aiiabe to attend to my housework vPillsv from the first and had t cnhlicuea believetheycore Iwas con t diec ntinuetheRsenfftisr mdy fo H ime asaialftiiiiKlt and amcer tirelyofkidMeyFor salefey alldealera Price 50 ct8I NewYonameDoaneandtake Hays you aojrwoflT It so bring it to M 4 =Bid06 rrheRichmoldClim Xe nil N mwr WCMHHT TIlE CLIMAX PRINTING CO Incorporated A D MILLER EDITOR Niebir II KIHTWKY AMMUTW- EISRTH W6TWCT TWIWHCK UA K fPFICE iioo PER YEAS IH ADVANCE WEDNESDAY SEP 7 1910 Democratic Ticket FOR CONGRESS ZION HARVEY HELM Of Lincoln Count- yAnnouncements FOR SHERIFF We nrc authorized to announce ELMER bDemocratic ElDon county subject to the action of the etnocrntic party We are authorized to announce N JONES a candidate for Sheriff of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENCE We ore authorized to announce BENJA Suoperlntendentcounty subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR JAILER toennounceMORGANTAYLOR county subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR ASSESSOR FJARMANtheDemocraticFOR OUJJTY LERK We are authorized to announce LaRuc C ofNadlsonDemocratic i art- yLatinAmerican Trade Dont you know that the total foreign trade exports and imports of the 21 Republics including the United States in 1907 was 5500000 000 Do you know that of this the share of the 20 Latin American Republics was 2 077000000Do that these figures show thatLatin America does more than onethird of the total commerce of the Ameri can Republics divided as fol lows Exports to foreign lands 1072000000 imports from foreign lands 1005000000 Do you know that further analysis of these figures show a total foreign trade between Latin Americaaud the United States of 558000000 Do you know that this total represents only about one fourth of the total foreign trade of the sister Republics- of the United States divided as follows Exports to th United States 318000000 imports from the United States 240000000- Do you know that these fig ures show a balance of trade against the United States of approximately 78000000 a yearDo you know that the Lath American countries bough- last year from other nations than the States 756000000 Do you know that from th United States these purchased only 240000000 LathALn more than three times as much from other countries as she did from the United States- Thisdemonstrates the great possibilities of trade develop ment for the United States in Latin America Woes of a Bashful ManI A bashful you man in town was invited to a dinner He was very much agitated He sat opposite a mirror and dis covered that he had forgotten to comb his hair Then he dropped his fork on the floor and as he stooped to pick it ileupset his coffee Mat ters went from bad to worse until finally in dispair the young man quit eating and put his hands under the table The loose end of the tablecloth was lying in his lap He thought it was his shirt and that he had forgotten to put the garment in his trousers He hurriedly stuffed the sup posed shirt inside his trous ers Afterward when the fami ly arose from the table there was a crash The dishes lay in a broken mass on the floor The young man pulled three feet of tablecloth out of his pants and flew td the woods Exchange Some of the tobacco growers are insisiting that the Burley tobaccoIat once it strong price and et they are doingnothing themselves to assist them in the matter If you want to see andatagoodrprice manifest your willingt ness to assist them n ing up your 1910 crop The head of any army never won a bottle with their OWl sold iers staying fnthe background throwing rocks at the offioertg Qptpwa News EfforttFaIP9Jiac ot Crop Whatis believed to be an effort on the part of the To bacco Trust to foresta viepooling of the 1910 crop of tobacco has come to light A tobacco buyer claiming to represent Cincinnati parties has purchased about400acres of tobaccoin Bourbon at prices ranging from twelve to fifteen cents per pound The tobacco was purchased from growers in most everyprecinct in the county Contractsweredrawl between buyer and seller in which the former assumes all risk of damage to the tobacco crop asa result of hailstorms frost and damage by house Several prominent tobacco growers in Bourbon are reported to have disposed of their crops to the Cincin nati buyer Bourbon News Poets are born not made so the fault lies with the parents after all Mrs Maude Mackey Walk ersHair Dressing Parlor Como in and have your hair dressed in the newest style braids and putts made to order Braids restored to natural color Highest prices paid for combings Two doors above Stocktons drug store on Main street Office phono 515 residence 202 Mo Mound City Paints may cost a trillo more t ttI Stockton son 24nly Commissioners Sale Wylie Burns Admr hrs Pltffs Vs W lie Burns Heirs Dcfdts Under and by virtue of a judgment and order of sale in the styled action rendered at the May term 1010 of the Madison Circuit Court the under signed Master Commissioner of court will on ThursdaySept 15 1910 At 2 oclock p m on the premises proceed to sell to the highest and best bidder the following described property Viz said property consists of live tracts of land Tract Xo 1 contains 7603 acres of land Tract No2 contains 5605 acres of lan Tract No3 contains 20 acres ofan Tract No 4 contains 1905 acres of Tract No5 contains 7915 acres of Said five tracts of land is bounded on bythoVyliBurnsWin Burns etc The Commissioner will offer tract Nos 2 and I separately and then as a trhol- and the bid producing the most none will be accepted The Commissioner separatelythenwill olfer tract Nos 1 2 3 and 5 as a whole and the bid producing tho most money will be accepted These farms are good land and in small farms and is a splendid opportunity to buy a good farm at a reasonable price Mr Jefferson Cox will take pleasure in showing this land buyersewill bo sold on a credit of six and twelve months time Tho purchaser will bo required to execute bond with approved security for tho purchase money bearing six pe- cent r interest from date of sale unt paid to have the full force and effect uponthemoney is paid H C RICE M C M C C tittte THE HILL OpensS Sept 13 10 FOR CATALOGS ADDRESS JBCASSIDAYRICHMOND KY VVHITES Cream Vermifuge THE GUARANTEED WORMREMEDY THE CHILDRENS FAVORITE TUNIC BtWAHC Of IMITATIONS THE GENUINE PltEPAIIED ONLY BallardSnow Liniment Co ST LOUIS MO Sold by HENRY L PERRY SF The Best In Jewelry dom Invites You to This Store TVe gathered from everywhere good and well Today we are asking your opinion of our stock as a wholol We ask for criticismsrequest- your critical looking And when you have seen and bought we are sure you will carry away an impression that will bO suro to bring you back Its your privilege to buyor look just as you ploasefand if you only look youre welcome L E LANEBig Watch Sign 210 Main Street FOR SALE A handsome bran new residence on Woodland avenueone of the most beautiful streets in Rich mond Ky and contains 3 rooms and hall upstairs and 4 rooms hall kitchen pantny front and back porch a splendid cellar with concrete floor well drained good coal house stable and other out buildings All the wood work on interior of house is finished in natural wood and rooms are hand somely papered For particulars call on W LLEEDSAT THE SAME PLACE WOODLAND AVENUE RICHMOND KENTUCKY N r V WHITEThe Old Reliable Dry Goods Man Summer Fabrics are now fill tiing our shelves also a complete showing o- fSchool Dress Materialsa Noveltieso arefunsurpassed Our cash system toygive our custom- ersEspecially Low Prices We are always glad to have you tall and inspect our goods WHITEoMain Sfreet below First RICHMOND Women Suffer Uarduiforrelieve headache backache pain in the side and diz ziness arising from deranged organs It does more written I TAKE CARD i It Will Help You Mrs Maxwell Johnson Tampa Fla writes Cardui cured suffering saythata long and fair trial r toButAT ALL DRUG STORES Watch for Our Big Industrial Edition Concerning Your Home Every modern home should have a modern and thoroughly de pendable plumbing system Defective and unreliable plumbing fixtures in the bathroom kitchen or any other part of the house Y invariably interfere with the comfort and oftenffimportant that your home should be as perfect in respect to the plumbing equipment as modern sanitary science can make it This is always the case when tMtftttr Plumbing Fixtures are installed in a house Theee fixtures are unexcelled for quality and sanitary efficiency hence they are the fixtures we recommend and supply The plumbing work on every job we do is proof of our high regard for QUALITY May we estimate for youi Richmond Motor w Plumbing Company Znotlt c n UIJ o 4 w i Rural TelephonesM- r Farmer Slake yoar home as modern for your family as a city retdence and place yourself in a position to get the latest market qtmtatHms a wltielyotlN heedquartersashvillerate If at present you are not enjoying telephone service We can imoandMelr IHleaIS9ipJItLouisiana EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE CO Incorporated pa Iea S SSgSSSS lI Good Things tiatf9 1 Thats ell we carry Whether its a Istaple like sugar or a fancy table del- ia like imported cheese cod in a quality absolutely Every product that examinationI depmdtbleI preference I Iendnone gains a place on our shelves falls to measure up to our Ialaljdard of the quality recent successful highIrepresentation our tine is ELECT N I COFFEE wuJwrnuIElecta process of flowcooking and IThe preserves the genuine and improves it oUeeIElecta Coffee are sure r the finest quality a satisfaction that in I 1thanCompare It with any you ever drankIbefore Youll like the rowingI end the glorious aroma I I I Tate and Son I ITeIephone 35 I Jas B Parke Handles Only the Best in Groceries 9 Fruits VegetablesA- she sells for CASH ONLY his customers get the benefit of the lowest prices possibie A Trial Order Will Convince You JAMES B PARKECASH STORE Staple and Fancy Groceries Phone 624 FIRST STREET The States Industrial Show Window 7000 Entries Last Year 150000 In Attendance SIX BIG DAYS AND NIGHTS THIS YEAR X 30000 In Premiums HORSE SHOW AND HIPPO DROME AT NIGHT EIGHTH ANNUAL1 1914- 1 States RMOBTCM EihfcRid DAILY RACES FIREWORKS NAriSZ O AND HIS BAND Fret Attractions UptodtU HHwiy HELP US GROW EXHIBIT ATTEND BOOST WE WILL FURNISH ABUSEMENT INSTRUCTION PROFIT LOW RAILROAD RATES 1 For further InforaiztlonwrllthW NEWMAN Secretary 320 PauMintsBWa LOUISVILLE to13Ef4EAISEis e 7 Artistic Photography Bring in the babiesl make a specialty of taking their pictures McGaughey the Photographer Ready for Business We have received our fresh new stock of Staple and Fancy Groceriesa- nd extend a cordial invitation to tho public to call and see us Wo also havo daily FRESII VEGETABLES in fact everything to bo found In a first class grocery Call and inspect our goods and we are confident you will give us a share of your business Lackey Todd Telephone 62 Opera House Bu- ildingClothesSmart For Ladies and Misses will be found in iflrse is M Balow Readytowear Parlor fv i in B iWiBg vktrMr F J Yeagets Jewelry Store SIS West Main Stet OKW iiiwill tae gtieshow you spy JMW UM fJl Lwles JReadyrt weer k tile Latest Styteeuid Maiemk r r1p414 Yr m IIoOO4 t tip 11 i i In a Nice Willow Chair you can watch the fireworks in perfect com fort We have them in both arm and rocking styles We also have other porch chairs if you dont care for willow All kinds of out StepSeats BEIIEtTimdHiGGIIS UNDERTAKING BuyingYourCoal is risky business risky to your pocketbook Its no idle dream that prices will soon advance You know itso do we Savo money by letting us fill your bins NOW The satisfaction is well worth both the cost and trouble Telephone 110 he Red Ash Jellico r We have tho exclusive sale A trial order will convince you that ours is a little better than you have been Rettinjrelsewhere and possiblyless Full Weigh or Coal ForfeI- tedW1WBroaddusCo Orchard Street Lime Cement Etc If you are going to sell out sncl want your goods to bring- m they are worth get J W Shearer White Hall Ky eonluct your sale His narges are reasonable Dan H Breck life fire and accident insurance tf Come to Owen McKee Richmond Ky for dry goods and notions Others do and why not you tf Mr Itobt R Burnam has added to his Fire Insurance Companies The Henry Clay Fire Insurance Co a Ken tucky company with 500 000 capital and surplus Support ahome institution and demand a policy in this new com pany tf f Notice to Taxpayers Your City Tax bills for the year 19U are now due and in my hands for collection On all those that are not paid on or before November 1 1910 the penally prescribed by Ordinance will be attached and interest at the rate of 6 percent will be charged on all tax bills after November 1910 T C ONEIL City Collector Offlie City Hall cor First and Irvine Sit 073t For Sale Privately The residence on Main street known as tho Walker place adjoining the prop erty of Jas B McCreary and Walle Bennett The lot fronts on Main stree 75 feet and extends through to North over feet The residence contain eight rooms hall bath room and cellar good cistern large barn and allnecessarj outbuildings on properly This is om of the most desirable pieces of resident property in Richmond For particulars call on or address S H Tnonrs Madison National Bn- nkdf Richmond Ky Rex veX i Rexr Yes the genuine Rex Red Ash Jellico Thats the kind cit Coalto buy Dont put off buying your coaluntil it is too late Buy lay in your winter supply of Rex Red Ash Jellico at once ijt 1 Remember the best is the cheapest The Rex is the best and we handle it Satisfaction I guaranteed IUBUGHBI WI SON lIayCornOals StrEW JlPQ AV1NU j PJM JI4q c n I Around Town I Watch for notices of the Big Sample Sale October nand 4 Stanford agitating the establishment of a whipping post cropinhoused The Normal School opened yesterday with brighter prospects than ever for a big attendance First premium on colored center piece at Nicholasville fair was won by Mrs Cap Dickerson of this city Watermelons are coming in at a rapid rate but the are almost prohibitive Evidently a new trust Cost you twentyfive cents to look into a water melon wagon and the melonspossiblyyou might get one for five or ten acres of ground Rain interfered considerably with tc bacco cutting last week However no damage will result and the water fall will be of benefit to late cornIQuite a number of new residences will bo erected this fall The steady growth Richmond has enjoyed during the past four years shows no sign of abatement c OcmoHugh Lewis of College Hill has accepted a position with the Illinois Central Railroad and left last week for Greenville Miss to assume his duties Rev W O Foster will begin a prc tracted meeting at Bethel Christian church lonight Services begin at 7CO p in Everybody cordially invited to at tend I have one lot of ladies and misses sample Jackets the prices ranging from 500 to 1000 We will sell them as long as they last for OSc each tf A DounowsKi Hundreds of children in Richmond have responded to the call to books It is a pleasing sight to see the young sters plodding to the various schools in the city Elder Rash has returned from four weeks of continued preaching He held a two weeks meeting in Madison county which resulted in nineteen ad diti ons Winchester Democrat Hon Jerre Sullivans letter from Europe published in Tho Richmond Climax last week was one of the most interesting things we havo read for some time sounding like he would have told it had he been conversing with a friend Harrodsburg Republican If you want a tight roof and one thati san bo easily kept in repair insist upon using CarpenterMorton Roofing ThisI Hoofing is made from Long Fibre WoolI Felt treated with Natural Asphalt Nothing else is equal to it for durability Blanton Congleton Lumber Co carries a large stock of this Roofing and sells it under au absolute guarantee of satisfactory results For Sale About 40 acres fino tobacco land all practically virgin soil 10 acres not cleared Well watered and fenced yearly all remainder cleared one year Small dwelling new tobacco barn On rural mail route less than onequarter mile from school and railroad station HAOANI It is About Ready For Delivery If nothing unforseen oc curs we will begin the delivery of our Big Industrial Edition the last of this week All paid up subscribers to The Climax will receive one of these papers free of charge but as the edition js dated September 14 and in order to conform with the postal regulation we cannot mail them until next week We respectfully ask those who have taken a number of copies to exercise a little patience in the matter and remember that there are about one hundred and fifty people to deliver papers to and that this will take time but we will see Y9uall as rapidly as possible Single copies of this edition will co ttell cents each to everbodyt and there will bV none sold until after the en tire delivery is made acd we know how many we Hv a fE 6 w WLZb w JIcJLIczFIe d 2 I fc S r f I J dflc i Ready For BusinessIII t t i 4p Aga InJtH i f igiiSM tU i We are pleased to say that while the improvements on our store front are still incomplete the inside work is so far advanced that our stock has been put in order and we are ready for business again i f Drop in the first time you pass our way and see the new Crystal Glass Revolving Clothing J I Cabinetsthe very latest on the market nothing else like them in a hundred miles of here These cabinets not only keep the garments fresh and clean and free from shop wear but they considerably re i duce selling expenses by the great saving of time and labor in showing goods and keeping stock in ord ero 1 Lots of new fall things to show you Hats Caps Shoes Suits Trousers etc First pick is the best you know gCOVINGTON BANKSTHE STORE FOR QUALITY ffl r l Jut- S j oy 4I J II l1li H == = = = == ==d1 =======J1 == = x = ===1 = u W W BROADDUS COSOLE AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED If It 110 135 Smith Farm Sold Special Commissioner T H Collins sold at public auction Monday tho Jas W Smith farm containing about 410 acres near Red House to Mr J Tens Cobb for 5015 per acre Fine The largest tomatoes we have seen this season were brought to Tho Climax Friday by Mr Butler Carrier the dairy man They were not only large but smooth as glass Four of the tomatoes weighed six pounds Mr Seth Tudor who is also an expert on growing tomatoes held the record until Mr Carrier appeared on the scene Is Self For the first time in its history the Police Department will not cost the city anything this month Chief of Police McCord has collected enongh in cash and bonds this month to pay the salaries of the City Judge City Attorney and tho five Policemen and will have a small sum left Democrat W B Saffell a prominent and wealthy distiller of was found dead in bed Wednesday morning Deceased had been a sufferer from heart trouble and this is supposed to have been the cause of his death Court An unusually largo crown attended court Monday and business was especially good In the stock line The Madison County Stock Yards report 200 cattle on the market with prices Tanging from 2 12 to 5 cents most of which were sold About 300 sheep were sold all offered from 260 to 100 per head Sixty hogs were sold at ten cents per pound The mule market was also very active mule colts bringing from 40 to 1M Aged mules brought frera 100 to S3 Dr Will ProebrIy Go West Our good fneed Dr John A Saowdee of Paint Lick was here court layant was pleasant ealter at this office W retto learo that Dr Snowden contain plates Making a change of resWwwe He is for sate his propert at pat TAsk and is thiakter MrkxMt oTiaoVtag with hte fawilif either t wor California mo Ottwa WORM Uke lor ihegeoUl do caMbj txoeltaifc family to cpmpKMMk tt ca Vouchsafe for thtm th of welcome fox RIDGE The Best Coal Mined there Was Any Better We Would Sell W W CO Telephone Orchard Street Richmond Kentucky Tomatoes Sustaining overWinc- hester Lawrencebiirg County Snowden advertising Wc01IIwlU bai9IJ8iI LwtbIist Family Reunion- The home of Mr Silas Reagan on tho Barnes Mill pike was the seen of a happy family reunion on last Saturday The affair was in honor of Mrs Reagans neice Mrs Henry Bolz cf Saulisbury Mo and was enjoyed by about eighty guests At night the house was turned over to the young people for dancing Madison Institute Will Open Next Week Madison Institute will throw open its doors next week and it is expected that this splendid school will enjoy even greater attendance than last year t Everything is in readiness for the open ing andJProfessor Cassiday is greatly en couraged over tho brilliant outlook for conltemplatotho Hill and have not consulted the president should communicate with Pro Cassiday at once Handsome Improvements The improvements in the store room of Covington Banks aro nearing completion and have advanced so Tar that the firm is now doing business a ain1 and inviting their friends and customers to call and visit them in their much im proved quarters When completed the store will havo one of the handsomest entrances and most attractive show win dows in Central Kentucky Among the novel features they have installed are the crystal revolving clothing cabinets which are ideal arrangements for displaying suits as well as protecting same from becoming dusty or shelf worn Sudden Death of Good Citizen Mr John Wellsosi of the beet known residents of Union locality died sudden ly at hk home Thursday ateeac Mr Wetaatea hearty dinner aad after FMdtog a newspaper walked into hi or ehardwitkl1isgraoocliifd He eom paia d ef being ill and tth ckiki to the house for assistance He wits rtr swved to his raidaace rhare fee expired I in a few moM D tl wMfixty three yean oM wd 0It ef UM Jtutt known farmers of that se ti0H itl dMi county He wai member oCh Ofairta r tin church and tevr V wW Mid fMtr r ohiWMn te Moom lite ebe2 IBi ahtUrea i K wr JMKM ottba ioiJBUer and fiihintnl of FJMBinff otwntjr and fin J4a 4 XMk of this S O1y FnaiBia servioea win held at It A TMldBee Saturday aftomoon tot I lowed by iotermcat ia Uw Brook bury D fNDdc XQAL BROADDUS Bunch of Fine Cattle Mr J W Bates purchased from Curtis Oldham 192 head of 1450 pound cattle at seven cents The cattle wero delivered to Mr Bales Saturday and wore immediately loaded into freight cars and shipped to New York from which point they will be ex ported Negro AccidentlyShot While scuming over the possession of a revolver Thursday Chas Crawford accidentally shot and mortally wound ed Tom Reed Both men aro colored and have been employed by Mr W E Luxon cutting hemp on his farm near town where tho accident occurred Both men live in Winchester and the wound ed man was immediately taken to his lip mo in that city and the latest reports arc to the effect that Reed cannot possibly recover The bullet which was from a 38calibr revolver penetrated the bowels Will Call on You In order to have our subscription list complywith the postal regulations we- have decided to send a representative to every subscriber of The Climax in Mad son county in order that we may give all our readers an opportunity to soUl before any names are dropped from our list We have employed Mr Seth W Tudor to take charge of this work and we trust our subscribers who rejn ar rears will settle with Mr Tudor when called on to do so Air Tudur will begin his canvass of the county next MondayMr Addressed Tobacco Growers Hon Claud M Thomas of Paris spoke here Monday in the intereetof the Bur ley Tobacco Socie yTlu lower courtroom was well filled with tobacco grow ws aivfi ckizMis of the city and cooa- tyllpred very forceful urgnraeet kt b 1oftk eUldtYoSo i tf aad urged Uw far nr t t my to sign up Mink tobM At Uiecoieicliki gI the mMlkM JbS foMowia noolHtioa tIM1tJUMlj p4d u8t Ute tol eoo yow n of lf 4kou county fa mom jneoting M asbMr after diie ootwidentwia of tte tahacee qtwrtioa HM of UM ifUinm ituX we should meet Pt meOft Saturdsy Sep 17 for UM IIrpgM disoussinr M tobMoo qnesiioo among oaraoives We hereby requimtevry tobacco grower of MadJscn county to meet with us on Saturday spt 17 for the pufpoe above Iated g Fox Hunting Damaging Tobacco The farmers of Madison county es pecially those who have tobacco crops claim tilet foxhunting is causing con siderable damage to standing tobacco A farmer told the Climax Saturday that a pack of hounds ran through his tobacco patch one night last week and in many instances stripped tho leaves en tirely from tho stalk and did many dollars worth of damage to his crop Mr Edwards Announces for Superintendent- Mr Benjamin F Edwards of College Hill authorizes his announcement for the olllco of Superintendent of Public Schools of Madison county subject to tho action of the Democratic party Mr Edwards has a wide acquaintance in Madison county where ho has taught in the public schools for tho past twelve years taking up this profession immediately after graduating from State University At present Mr Edwards is leaching tho Union City public school and has always given perfect satisfaction where ever ho has taught Ho is a young manr full of energy ard if elected to the office will discharge the duties involved with credit to him self and his constituents Ho solicts and will appreciate the support of every Democrat iiilladbon county Former Richmond Man Dies in Illinois News has been received here of the lentil at June W Crandall son of the late JB Crandall a former well known citizen of Richmond Deceased mt death by being caught under a cave ia a mine A letter to The Climax giv lag account of Mr Crandalls death saysTke esteem in which Mr Qran dall was held in this city was shown 1n- InHY ways Telegrams of sympathy were rclv dbfMrs Crandall from tha Slat tktrlrsfJf the Socialist party of which Mr Crandall was one of the leading representatives in tins part ojlUilMiw The State effiomls of the United Mine workers habit had plan iwdU itUaAdandhAd ordered a earrwge btttw ceaapell tobubEent to meet the mio operators In urgent delibera lions 6caciBimga settlemeot of the uOe Tolin4ii4rJMiBber of its local ankm of roisert the fellowwork men of Mr Onmdali rcbedifta pnMDtativofthRecIX decetUad edliiI Maud Crandall a well Known school teacher or hlS oily sad Mrs Sam Hagan oi Silver Crwsk am stes of tka dactrn id JF Prof Kelly Conducts Suc cessful Institute in Hancock The Owonsboro Messenger has the following to say concerning tho teach ers institute in that city which was conducted by Prof Kelly of Caldwoll High School this city and his sister who is a resident of Hawcsvillc Ky Hancock countys most successful institute ended hero today It was decided by a vote of the teachers that the next years session should be held at Lewisport where pleasant meetings have been held in past years Several of the local teachers have been recent attendants at the Western Kentucky normal and at Indiana normal schools and there was decidedly a normal spirit in evidence on every side The instructor was Professor E P Kelly of the Richmond Ky high school and Miss Agnes Kelly of the Owcnsboro city schools was in charge of the primary work They are brother and sister and both wero born and reared hero in Hancock county and their work was eminently satisfactory Estimable Lady Dies at Ripe Old Age Mrs Edna Clark Bowman died Sun dayof old ago at the homo of her daughter Mrs D M Bright onLancas ter avenue Deceased was ninety years old and was the oldest woman in the city Mrs Bowman was a devout and lifelong member of the Southern Presbyterian church and was a remarkably well pre served woman her death resultipg from no ills save tho wearing out of her human machinery and tho end came as peacefully as docs sleep to a tired child Deceased was a native of Richmond having been born in this city in 1820 Before her marriage she was Miss Edna Clark Sullingor and was deccndcd from tho Peppers of Woodford county Mrs Bowman was twice married In ISM she became the wife of Martin B Feild who was a son of Curtis Fetid whom the older residents will remember as one of tho early citizens of Richmond Her daughter Mrs Bright is tho only child from either union Her life was long and welspent and her companionship was at all times sought Her faculties were keen and alert and she will be sadly missed by tlioso nearest and dearest to her Funeral services were conducted yesterday afternoon at four oclock at tho residence by Dr J Addison Smith of Murfreesboro Tenn former pastor of tho church here after which tho remains wore interred in the in tho Richmond Cemetery Barbecue at Paint Lick Tho Lexington Herald has the follow ing to say concerning the bicounty bar bocuo at Paint Lick Saturday A little flowersown sweet fern flat on the banks of the stream which makes neighbors of Garrard and Madison coun ties was today consecrated to the motto of Kentucky United We Stand Di vided We Fall The scene of the taro gest meeting of tobacco planters within the year it was the birthplace also ota pooling zeal that promises to embrace the two counties within organized terri tory After speechmaking which send wicked a burgoo dinner twelve at the leading growers who were on the corn mittee that issued the call for the meet tag signed their tobacco and a strong committee undertook the work of personally presenting the matter of the pool to every plaster within the borders They are sanguine of the reeulL The chief orator of the day was Con fraaswaa A Owsky Stanley of Heade- rouwhoemetothemuet Grass Icily to attend the bloounty barbecue Congressman Hmyey Halm made Paint a on a errand towel come his collaajM to the Eighth Die trict and asjir lbs farmers 1of his in sleet in their uixtorUkinff- Col Jack ChiDnandXeaisWrdBe- IiodtyandBradle11ilaOO also mid Ipee r Tice president of the Burley GSocielyrepresented the executive board Pies ident LaBus was on the program for an address but was cJnedtoh ljin Lralnfton by illness d Council Meeting The regular monthly meeting of the City Council was held Thursday night Mayor Rico and all members of Council present City Collector T C OXeil reported tax collections for month of August 129703 Street Commissioner Dearinger reported an expenditure of 12510 for the past month Chief of Police James Altaians report shows a total of 27 arrests 23 convictions and four dismissed Treasurers report givss an overdraft in general fund of 0755 and balance in both sinking and school funds amounting to 78370 The Mayor and City Clerk wore appointed on a committee to make con tract with Pattie A Clay Infirmary re garding the care of city patients The city provides a fixed sum yearly for this institution but recently some misunderstanding occurred regarding a patient who was sent to infirmary for treatment and it was the concensus of opinion of the Mayor and Council that a more thorough understanding be had and as a result the above committee was appointed to look into the matter Mayor Rice reported tint the city bad received ten carloads of tiling to bo used in the sewerage from B street to Aspen avenue now under construction He also stated that the line would be completed Inside thirty days A petition was presented signed by sixty residents of East End of city requesting council to appoint a policeman for that section of the city The matter was referred to a committee who will confer with the officials of tho L N with a view of getting the cooperation or the railroad company regarding the selection of a policeman for that section of the city A piece of land on B street belonging to the city was sold to 0 A Taylor for the sum of 50 The object of tho sale was to straighten the street near Mr Taylors residence on corner of B street BroadwayW applied for license to sell malt mead but as tho application was irrcguar the matter was not con sidered Thos House applied for a per mit to erect a store house on the comer of Fourth street and Moberly avenue A remonstrance was filed by eleven properly owners adjacent to the lot on which Mr House desired to erect the building The permit was granted by a vote of four to two S B Bates was granted a permit to erect a residence on Water street the building to cost 1000 Mr H L Perry was given a permit to erect a 3500 res idence in Burnam wood Mayor Rico reported the purchase of two school bonds raying therefor 3100417 Those bonds would be duo in 1014 and as a result of purchase tho city will save four years interest The bonds wcro burned in the presence of tho Council and spectators Councilman Covington being given the honor of applying tho matcho that destroyed tho once valuable papers Mr L P Evans representing the Baptist church made a statement to constructionlorchurch property on Lancaster avenue Mr Evans stated that the land for that sidewalk was given to the city years ago with the understanding that the Council should keep same in repair City At torney Collins was authorized to investi gate and report to Council We Ask For And Would Be Pleased To Receive Your Patronage We have taken active charge of the management of the Richmond Steam Laundry and are much pleased at our increasing business Every customer helps some and wo would like to have every one with us Wo have no ad vertising schemes but will do good work for you and to your entiro satis faction As we have no other business and no estate on th6 outside our living depends on this and wo havo to do good work We have a Dry Cleaning department in connection with tim laundry where especial attention is given to work for the ladies Call for us 127 Irvine street or Ring 52 Work called forand delivered free Respect fully yours James W and Lucy Lackey Moore A Suggestion The Cynlhiana Democrat says Several farmers said to the Democrat Monday that when landlords prepared to lease their lands to tenants for tho next year it would bo a good idea to have a clause in the contract limiting the number of dogs a tenant shall possess It is said that farmers who have inserted such a clause in contracts have found that the number of sheep killed or injured in their localities materially decreased Worthless dogs are a men ace to any flock of sheep at all times and if dogs can bo cut out in the contract the farmers say it should by all means be done Tho dog question is always with us Assessors cannot hope to list onehalf of them and even if they could be listed and taxed as the law directs tho fund paid to farms for maimed sheep and ruined flocks would bo far out of proportion to the actual damage done Try limiting tenants to one dog or no dog and see how it works Colt Brings Good Price After proving himself a winner in both the harness and fivogaitcd saddle rings for twoyearolds at Nicholasville fair against six or seven of tho finest colts in Kentucky W Q and S S Park sold their twoyearold gelding Vondol Rex PcavinoHallie McGee to W C Simpson of Jessamine county for tho sum of 500 This colt has proven himself tho champion of the var ious fairs in the State where he has de feated some of the best colts in Ken tucky The threeyearold saddle mare Mary L the property of the Park brothers has also proven herself a win nor in the roadster rings I In Our Prescription Department accuracy and systematic skill are combined with a very everydrugandIn or likel to be called for in- medicalpracti This en ables us to consowntibusly compound and flU any pro scription presented to us no matter bow difficult with the assurance that our patrons orders will be carried out to the letter HvL PEBRY c PHONE 75 MAIN ST 1 Ll r C A Clean- Sweep I sjJEtA If anything Childrens see can us in W OLURAM AND COMPANY have bes- tTOI3ACCO STICKS brought to market imade kilndried lumber yourself The is right Blanton=Congleton LTLumber Co if 1 0 Ed Blanton Co L A Depot Telephone COST MODERN OF AMERICA Join Membership Fee 500 For 60 days Local Medical Examiners Fee Supreme Physician Fee 25 625 Membership reduced 60 to To Remain Payments each month follows MONTHLY ASSESSEENT RATES Include Per and Reserve Fund Dues 00000 GOUOO 1Ho 2i years 550 C5f llUWB3ycars5t 70 ioyears 55 70 i-2BSto4oyears55 75 135 41 75 185 4210 45 years 80 140 41 45 years 80 48 48 years Go 85 Local dues par your may 15c and up per EarnedMen are Saving Dollars Getting just the right for this time of too for the bal of the summer and early fall Youll never suits again like for prices Finish the season looking well diessed and and almost new suit next Spring il50frand 18Q 3 CiO 1 Jk j 2000 and 2250 Suits 1575 2500 Suits 1975 3000 3500 Suits f 2575 We are still making prices in all departments to close up and all spring and summer goods before our fall begins stocks have replenished new novelties and desirable for outing troussau Goods bought at reduced prices by us and extremeh low prices will be named on them t for your benefit 1 C you need in Mens Ladies and Low Shoes fi in ankle strap pumps and ribbon ties Call and uswe all the new things in f movelties neckwear fabrics etc You save money buying from z Come and get posted Repectf ully D We the ever this No rotten sap butr of sound Come and see for price i f to i Near 425 BROTHERHOOD To 300 100 Fee 2UO 425 at Which Capita I AGES iSovOOO iHto87 5 years 55 to Co i j5 to lodge month lodge charge month Suit year Suits alice buy these such little have ifsI 75t 2800 cut season Our been with many stuff your have hosiery wash by Incordorntcd Successors Monthly whatever and and Farmers mechanics railroader laborers rely on Pr Thomas Eclectic Oil Takes the Fting ont of cuts burns or bruises at one Pain canno stay where it Is used cm The wiso man carries both life and fire insurance Dan II Ureck ha tho best police tf A Weakling i4 the only way to describe the poo child that is afflicted with worms N matter how much or how often it eats the worms set all tne nourishment from the food the child gets practical Iy none Whites Oream Vermifure gets rid of the worms quickly easih and with no bad after f fleets Frici 25 cents a bottle Sod by II L Perry alm I BENEFITS MODERN BROTHERHOOD OF AMERICA What You Gain AMOUNT PAYABLE 1000iUO1or1or accidental loss of foot 12600 250 6X For accidental loss of eye 12500 250 OW For fracture of Shaft of bone above elbow 2500 W Ilk lOtShaftShaft on bones below knee 2500 CO 10 Shaft of one bone below knee 1250 25 6 Shaft of one bone below elbow 1250 25 61 For Potts fracture 1250 25 16 for a Colics fracture 1250 25 5 Annual payment after 70 years of age 5000 100 20 Certificates Paid in Full From Date ol Adoption THATS NOT ALL In time of need the members stand by you You gain a social time from meetings of yourJocal lodge You belong to a Society having over 140000 Members More benefits are paid for the money collected than paid by any other society or Insurance company W J NEWSOM STATE MAGRM Office with Dr SANDLIN Richmond Ky r +4 ++4 + ++OUR++++ t++ +++ NE FALLp GOODS l Are Arriving Dailyf Clothing Shoes Hats Caps and i Mens Furnishings c t The RoyalHome of Good GIbthes gkf dl jIjsq STANJFERI R9P liT R tJM iviclMain b Te1pio75j- JL 1 0 i FrH CUdt Remedy What mother is not looking for something that will help her children in the littleilts of life something for the stomach trouble and the bowel trouble Long ago she prob ably has become convinced that a child cannot readily swallow a pill or a tablet and that to break them in half and crush them is an annoy ance that usually they work too drasti cally and are nauseating and too powerful for the little ones stomach Any mother who will take the trouble of sending her name and address can ob tain a free sample bottle of a remedy that thousands or other mothers are using and now paying for This remedy Is Dr Caldwclls Syrup Tepsln and tho otter ol a free trial bottle Is open to any mother who has not yet used It Having used It and convinced yourself that It te what you want jrod can obtain It In the fu ture of your druggist at fifty cents and one dollar a bottle just as so many others are doing the free sample being simply to convince you of Its merits It Is the best way to begin on It Mrs L Davis of 187 W Harrison street Chicago and Mrs Mary Belford 1710 Coke street Loubville Ky both started with a free sample and now they write that they have never been without a bottle In the house since It undoubtedly a great family rem edy as It is adapted to all ages being mild and pleasant to take and yet thoroughly effective It Is especially the Ideal remedy for children and women and old folks who need something pure mild and natural It has the advantage of be ing a thorough laxative and yet contain tonic Uso It for the most stubborn constipation indigestion liver trouble sick headache sour stomach and such complaints with a guarantee that It will cure Dr Caldwell personally will be pleased to give you any medical advice you may desire for yourself or family pertaining tr the stomach liver or free of charce xplaln your case in a letter and be win reply to you In detail For the free sample simply send your name and address on a postal card or otherwise For either request the doctors address Is Dr W B Caldwell RBOO Cald well building Montlcello IlL SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS Millions for Tuberculosis from Red Cross Stamps in 19 iQ All Societies will Combine In Great National Sale Arrangements for the sale of Red Cross Christmas Seals for 1910 were announced in a theIStudy and Prevention of Tu bersulosis and the American tied Cross A million for Tuberculosis will be the slogan of the 19 CO campaign Two features of the sale this joar are unique and Hill bring considerable capi bil to the tuberculosis fight ers Tle American National led Cross is to issue the tamps as in former years out this organization will vork inclose cooperation with the National Association for the Study and Prevention f Tuberculosis which body will share in the proceeds of the sales The charge to local sso iations for the use of the national stamps has been re duced also from 20 per cent co 12 12 per cent which will nean at least 50000 more for tuberculosis work in all arts of the United States The stamps are to be de signated as Red Cross Seals his year and are to be placed III the back of letters instead jf on the front The National Conference of Tuberculosis Secre tar ies hrough its President Mr John A Kingsbury of Ness York has issued a letter call ing upon all state ana local intituberculosis associations to unite with the National Association for t eStudy and Prevention of Tuberculosis ind the Red Cross Society in he sale ot Christmas seals ind the extermination of tu berculosis Every effort will be made to discourage the use of local stamps and to en courage the distribution of the national stickers It is expected that over 430 anti tuberculosis associations and hundreds of Red Cross societ ies in every state of the Union will unite in thsale of Christmas seals Active at 87 Tins would not be unusual new if men and women would keep themselves roe from rheumatism and all aches And pains as well as keeping their mus den tl joints limber with Ballards SilO uunont Sold by H L Perry alm For Sale- I have several good building lots for silo located on Lancaster and Brock Ave Location drainage ect tho very best Most desirable for apartment hpuse or living residence Any one in terestod in purchase please call on the owner Mrs J M Bright or her son Dr Bright tf Since the days of Daniel Boone farming lands in Ken tucky have gradually advanc ed in price Today tfiey are as safe for investment as government lon sThc ad vance in price willcontinue The next generation will see lands that now sell for from 100 to 150 an acre sold at 15000 200 or perhaps at higher figures In Centeral Kentucky the man who has 65000 worth of unincumber ed real estate as rich as a- miIIioNair in a large Eastern city He hM independence greater than that of the busk Bess man with larger capit- aLgehery comfort and i- nhrtmutiity is rated a wealthy man ajtbough by the staodard obtaining In great eapiUUii he i merely well tei ao HidiTOy ClippiSr Wraat Furnished ito M for wttr Phone L82 T B CIUu2x I t Jtt Kentucky the n mb r of holidays are increasing When a holiday is once established it is rarely abolished and from time to time a new one is add ed as was done by the last legislature The observance of these holidays is optional rather than mandatory and people may observe them or lot as they choose If a holi day comes on Sunday the next Jay is to be observed as such fhe holidays here are January 1st Now Years Day Feb ruary 22nd Washingtons Day May 30th Decoration Day July 4th Independence Day the first Monday in September Labor Day October 12th Columbus Day last Thursday in November Thanksgiving Day December 25th Christmas Day and such other days as may beset aside by proclamation of the Governor or President Baby Morphine Fiends- ire made by al soothing syrups and baby medicines that contain opium rind narcotics McGees Baby Elixii contains no injurious or narcotic drugs of any kind A sure and safe cure foi disordered stomachs bowels and fret fulnesssplendid for teething infants Sold byll L Perry a 1m The Jefferson County wheat pool has closed its holding of 34000 bushels to Louisville millers at 103 per bushel There is no fool like the one who thinks he is wise The old bachelor is natural ly a man with single idea Notice to Tax Payers Taxes are now duo and wo will be pleased if all will call and settle at once Tho penalty will be added at prescribed by law if taxes aro not paid promptly There is no reason for put ting this olfas taxes must be paid David McCord S M C 3x Public Sale As administrators of the estate of Nannie C Gentry deceased wo will sell on the premises on the Union City pike 5 miles from Richmond on Saturday Oct 1st 1910 Between 1 and 2pm the following property 117 acres of improved land with 8 room dwelling stables barns ice house milk house cistern ever flowing water orchard and all necessary out buildings TEJIMS Onethird cash on January 1 loll when possession will bo given balance in 0 and 12 months with C per cent interest Notes with approved security for deferred payments will be required ASSESS I Aa mlms tTn t m Public Sale As administrator the estate of David Chenault deceased I will offer for sale publicly on tho premises on Irvine pike one milo from Richmond at ten oclock a m on f Wednesday Oct 5191 0 The beautiful suburban home and about 30 acres of land This land is as fertile as can bo found anywhere in the State of Kentucky and would produce tho finest tobacco On this land is a modern eight room residence with all necessary outbuildings nod an abundance of fruit and water At same time and place will also sell household aiid kitchen furniture some hay corn and fnrming implements carriage cow etc TERMS Tho real estate will be sold onethird cash balance in one and two years interest at rate of six per cent from date until paid Personal property 10 and under cash over 10 payable Jan I loll without interest Possession will bo given on tiny of sale if desired For further particulars call on Mrs David Chenault at the farm C F Chenault near by or write J W Elmore admr Lancaster Ky LOG TOM CHEKAULT auctioneer 32151 THE CHURCH SUPPER IIIpicgdoag I I do declare Here Im rung in on a vestry fair Ive a mind to stick and refuse to rlag For I wasnt donated for such a thing lInt ray oh ay How sweettfiat smells Xwiahf1atcoIeewereZoodforbeIlslPGrat The bell swung out above the pave ABa at every swiag he got the scent Aad oa he swung there all cosiest Said down below good pastor Plpp Pisgrs tapplBc tipte tip- I I have been asked by all whore hri To say uato the sister dear Who brought the eeBee lure tonight That we consider it her right To tiw be thanked In public wise Ske ids great favor in our eyes Stay sit fcer feed smelt sweet as this By wMck she brisi ker Mfkker nitXhMf fct bleskinMreJeees 1 knew ItCnOi SAJBORW kaaJwesid io GeeL teefe ye knew are Only leeit A sfce MsedlK deef Mate oll MtEinf yGroceries Oats and Ships tuft TJephone 223 f t n = n lr L L r Have Your Measure Taken for fan Suit or Overcoat at E V Elders i THERESone fabric advantage Fall Suit or Overcoat from thehandsome assortment of Woolens sent us Ed V Price ef9 of Chicago that is You get exactly what you forIHonest Value InIMadeToOrderClothes Look these new Fall fabrics nobLy Fashion ideas we have on display have us take measure Well deliver clothes made as you them when thatFourSacL are simply Irresls 1 eIlocal representative of Ed V Pricc U Co Tailor Chicaj 61yIbLPLCIa Iyouve teen paying 60 to some small tailorfor your clothes because you was the only way to get satisfactory results in custom tailoring you d better give us an order tohave a made for you by Ed KPrice 8 Co TAILORS Well show you their new Fall woolensthe attractive patterns youve ever seen Your selection will be made up to meas ure as you it for 20 to 40 Ifyoure satisfied tisfItPrice ChicaoSolt Front measure today 130 130 Lackey Colyer Telephone 282 on Oct 1910 give away ful Leather trimmed Rubber Tire buggy valued at 00 Also handsome set of Harness with rolled lines open rolled Bridal valued at This is no humbug It is a fair and legitimate clearly establishes our appreciation of your We will to each and purchaser a ticket for 10 of us ticket will represent a shot at the Buggy and Harness on the of the drawing Oct 1st 1910 We further propose to sell you any article in line of a liberal discount the customary prices This offerw ill save you money you call in and you money before you out See our circulars for full expla nation plenty of at our Read Carefully Articles Below Ilorso collars Hack Bands Farm Blind llridalsr Riding Bridals Break Drive Harness Surrey Harness Buggy Pads Houghton Manyer A big a for anew by Co pay over and and your want Exclusive Merchant 45 this suit MERCHANT CHICAGO most your want not 1st one 1 30 deal with day Harness Post and medium Break Carts Road and Rubber tier the quick and reasonable First class Horse the best Buggy trimmer High Class Painting your Binders and mowers re paired Blacksmithing complete any job wood neatly repaired and also havo the finest mechanics Send in your Vehicle for Painting and Repairs Early Lackey Colyer I The most inviting place in Richmond during the warm weather I Riccis Ice Cream PARLORCandies Fruits Vegetables fresh from best markets daily Meals served any hour day or night H ARE YO UTf IritereMed in Lumber Lath 5hingieslBoprs Sash Etc Ifso see I tddE4wjtlstftmberCo Ri 1- Cr i tk all kndsofgooo WFsen both made to measure redyto wear We particularly recom end those we have maic as eack customer wants them by 1 Ed VPriceCbMsa- CiIAT j You secure the advantages of a personally selected style fabric as well as a correct fit thereby gaining distinctive in dividuality of appearance yet the cost waytclowwnat most tailors ask for equal values us prove it to you fxclua local rcprCSCfltattC0f V Price CoChcj YOUNGmen college men men who de manda particular individuality of dress will find exactly what pleases them among the superb Woolens notoy fashions we are snowing from theFall of Ed FPrice 8 Co MERCIZAfT TAILORS CHICAGO These wellknown tailors will make clothes the way you want them at from 30 to 50 percent below what smaller tailors ordi narly charge deliver unsur acrccButtonNoycltySac- kExlwin local repraeatitire of Ed V U Co Roll Dip tion Let us you We will a and it trade give every every worta trade Each our below when make go them office the etc Buggies Columbus Buggies Buggies R L Buggies Kauffman Buggies and thot Buggies all Buggie Wagons Surreys best put on Shoeing quickly in is and the t lt and but TAILORS CHICAGO and Let EJ Lest and line and Mowers and Rakes The Walter A Wood A little the best Mower ever put on tHemarkeb If are interested come and take a look at the MowerL thaPlsrnot controlled by the Trust Douglas Simmons Deatteage EVERYTHING IN HardwareImplements Roofing and GutteringN- ew Place on Second Street Telephone 20 Have Fifty Bran New Silk Dresses just in From 750 to 3000s in Taffeta Foulards and Tussa and Rajah They were sent here to sell at the price Come jumping ILots of Good Things Here JBWalker ul t6 byMrs MoQrethe bstf i i J rn I- ID 138 5econd Street Richmond cKy J4 J4 i I j 6i