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Ir ii i f f HE RICHMOND CLIMAX v i 17th YEAR RICHMOND MADISON COUP KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 21 1910 NUMBER 16 v f r WALLPAPER I s Oblisque Flour is Uncle Sam s Pride Two No I boars 135 to 150 tf Roy C good work from up and ours oleo The Perfect Flour a scieatiBc produdt of the most approved The bread rells cake and it are genuine roo kndthat combines and dellciousaess with high nourishing value Try a bag ana be convinced Burnside Robinson Coal Lime Salt Cement Sand and Plaster Material Office and Warehouse on L N RRPHONE 142 RICHMOND For Sale Poland China weight about White methods pastry yields health purity today For Rent Elegant flat of three rooms furnished or unfurnished Apply 237 N Second St Telephone tf Im Convinced You Give SquareDeal The above compliment was paid us by a satisfied customer hence dont you believe there must be others of the same opinion Tina town of less than four hundred peo pIe with fierce competion on all sides we have in eight years built up a Banking busi ness of over 1 12500000 Resources Paap1tLthk Ey E L Woods Pres W C Fish VPres W G Kemper Cashier O N Terrill Asst Cashier The Right Way to get is- o buy your paper an to date ne and get uptodate paper hanger miUiBg dsUIe 351 Make Soeieone Happy F rIiod8 sake make some onehiipytor ten minutes if fornolon timenA young woman bound on such p mission what might she not accomplish There are thousands of these mane facturers of sunshine They are Kings Daughters whether inside or outside of that delightful organization They do more good before they are twenty years of age than selfish women who veninety and they are so happy just because they make others happy Cimparesuch young woman who feels such a mission with one wholivesa round of vanities cardcase In hand calling on people for whom she does not care ex ceptfor some social advantage and insufferably boredwhen the call is returned and try ing to look young after she is old and living life of insin cerity and hollowness and dlam tizaticnandshowEd Shinniekin Shelby Record Artin The Kitchen After much meditation and experience I have divined that it takes as much sense and refinement and talent to cook a dinner wash and wipe a dish make a bed and dust a room as it does to write a novel or shine in high society Rose Terry Cooke SCOTTS LLTJiscal countries all the year round It stops wasting and keeps up the strengthand vitality in summer as well as winter ALL DRUGGISTS to ffi e W P BAXTER John QtiincyAdams- When Jphfc Quincy Adams was 80 years old emet a friend on the streets of Bos ton who said Good morning and howis John Quincy Adams tThank yfau was the re plY John Quincy Adams is well sir quite well I thank you but the house in which lie lives at present is becoming dilapidated is totter ing upon its foundations time and seasons have nearly destroyed its roof ispretty well worn out its walls are shattered it trembles with every wind the old tenement is becoming almost uninhabit QuincyAdams soon but he himself is quite well slrquite well Not long afterwards Mr Adams who was a member of Congress at the time was stricken with a mortal illness while making a speech in tne House of Representatives The house his body had worn out and he had moved out ood Way to Use Hyomei for Catarrh Besides breathing through the inhaler a few times a day many catarrh sufferers write that they find inhaling Hyo mei pronounce it Highome froma bowl of steaming water each night before retiring a great aid in curing stubborn cases Fill a bowl half full of boiling water pour into the water a teaspoonful of nyomel cover head and bowl with a towel and breathe through noso and mouth the pleasant medicated antisep tic and healing vapor thrt arises This method relieves that stuffiness at once and makes your head feel fine You can get a bottle of Hyomei at druggists everywhere orat B L Middol ton s for only 50 cents Ask for extra bottle Ilyomei Inhalent But bear in mind that aJHyomei out oflIyomeiIlyomei Is guaranteed to turn catarrh sore throat couges colds asthma and crough or money back Try it on that generous basis Trees From Every County in Kentucky to Be Planted in Capitol Grounds If plans of the capital commissioners mature Arbor Day will be celebrated in Frankfort next year in amore ela borate manner even than the dedication of the capitol The capitol grounds are almost entirely devoid of trees and William H Parley of Pad u cab suggested that each county send one or more rep resentatives to plant a tree Among an astonishing pro portion of dealers both whole sale and retail the familiar units of measure have become merely figures of speech Under a administration the law pounds pints and yards have grown more and more elastic limited only by the conscience of the trades man and the credulity of the customer So general has this deception become so much a matter of course that today many leading merchants and commerical exchanges act ually defend shortweighing and short measuring an es tablished trade custom and argue in all seriousness that to return to the old stan dards would disorganize trade It has been found that more than twothirds ofall the scales used in New York are 3 per cent fast or worse The minimum deception of 3 per cent is alone equivalent totheinteresfcpaid by savings banks on firstclass bonds A legal rate of interest the common reward of industry is therefore counted against the purchaser before he enters the store The annual loss to the consumer aggregates tens of millions of dollars From Exposures of Tickery in Scales and Measures bj Francis Arnold Collins in the American Review of Reviews for September i fla f J Wrong Way owl get anybody We Retire Go Carts We Sell Liquid Veneer I4 L is of is of to t JDIEB a For Sale Barn bills and all kinds rough lumber in oak poplar and pine Tobacco sticks Poplar laths Write J A STETS W T tf J R PenningtonDentist Office next door to Government build ing Richmond Ky Dan II Brock life tiro and accident insurance tf The is to buy a lot o stock and to hang it for you Phone T t Fire Life Accident and Health Insur anco in the very best old line Vm S Broaddus Agt tf Itching bleeding or Wind piles yield to Donns Ointment Chronic cases soon relieved finally cured Druggist all sell it Dnns Rssjulets cure wiliont cripinz nausea nor any weak ening oflecU Ask vonr druggist for tli am 23 enta per box = For any pun from top to too from any causa apply Dr Thomas Eclectic Oil Pain cant stay where it is used is Americas curse Bur dock Blood Bitters conquers every time It drives out impnrties tones this stomach restores perfect digestion normal weight and good health WALL PAPER I One reason why you will find the most luxmious bed in the IrlARIS Ie fOSTER IJj MATTRESSIthat the natural springiness the cotton magnified many times by the Special Web rocessJmaking the felt layers We will explain you more fully when you callsf Sixty Nights Free Trial 1050 1350 1600 and 2250 Oldham LackeyUndertaking Specialty Lumber HICKSI Companies protruding constipation Dyspepsia dyspepsia 761Nightl IL R BlantonWholesale and Retail Coal Feed Salt Sand Lime Cement and All Kinds of Plaster Material Corner Main and n Str- eetsTELEPHONE 85 lir t g c4 t EThe ustlingCash Store i t t t LEADERS IN GOODj 7j x t i i Ci r UiF i 2 f i t IuALITy i4f j y qy j t tjJf t i6ur goods are just a little better than those you thought were best c fV tr s i z ti ioJ 5 L iI t 01 J Our prices are just a little lower than those you thought were owes iT itrir r fJ i 1 4 l r 1 T We deserve your patronage our superior goods wtllshow you why S t fMr bs 11 Sitj sS 4f r fC c Tell us how we can serve you better i J j jIjr tt tij t fl v f7t f 1 6- l i 4 s j f Our goods arehonest and confidence creators i ix v v Si t tJ s t J i fff ir ffv i J S we dont do bill board advertising at ycW ex anse 5 l tz r py y a f JIiikt F h th 1 6- v t 5 Y y rt j JWf i r- iK i As goodas any one wants Prices Right 00I r SS K r it tlIi t J VSlKSt4 tj c d Cv jt f t Vrf r m fe AJl t9ji 7r St i iit tt 4 r r tF J 5n a9- t Yr ifc f rTR3Y-S Fr Q fit1rt r t1BAIEJBRS Ift1 LOW PRICES F f T K O Iat i i r r r 7 1 d vf tk i dI of M li 0 PIJLim n BpO I liepsc J I c t a 41ft 1 IIJJJJIItlI 6 cc LIo LI t J rIp ht 0 If t f ifk k 6 Jt iZ ffir V C ququ 1T 3t ITT1r il kT L s II This Is The Time fof the year when mothers are think ipot school dresses and fabrics tAnil1spedion of our stock will con you we are headquarters sidr lovely Galieo Madras sl Our showing of midsummer mater t ials is superb We carry a full line v of Novelties and you will make a mistake if yon dontvisit our Drapery department Our stock includes everything to be found in an upto date Dry Goods Store OWEN McKEE DRY GOODS COMPANYY- OU ARE WELCOME TO OUR REST ROOM Comer 1st Main The Richmond Climax mUStED HER WEMBBIT IT L THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO Incorporated A D MILLER EDITOR I Mimbir tl PRESS JI4 EI6HTH PUBllSIERS lEAGUE FBICE 100 PER YEAR 0INADVANCE WEDNESDAY SEP 21 1910 TUE Republican papers of Louisville sem to be very much exercised over the position of Col John II Whallen at the meeting of the Democratic State Central Committee says the Elizabeth town News They are undertaking to show and make the public believe that Col Whallen has proven traitor to Ben Johnson or Will Head because ho threw his influence toclcct Judge Allie Young who is a McCrcary man Chairman of the Campaign Committee The people Hrhoknow John Whailen know absolute onelthingwhat ho whole matter is that Col Whallen play ed a very natural and perfectly human part at the Lexington meeting His very closest and most intimate political friend in the State is Judge Allie Young and very naturally he would not do anything against him even if Young was for McCreary for Governor But leaving personal friendship out of the question Young would have been elected Chair man if Whallens influence had been against him Whallen did not go over to McCreary atall Ho will do exactly the same when a nomination is to be made for Governor Ha will stand loyal to his pledges but if he sees he cannot land his man he will throw his strength to the candidate ho sees is going to win and ho will see it before anybody else does THE Edwards followers in the Eleventh district are sure sore over the defeat of their idol Oh what a blow it was The Democrats arc taking on new life and will have a strong candi date in the field They dont stand much showMrinning but it is a fighting chance Edwards downfall is easily explained and all Democratic jpersIn the Eleventh saw the handwriting on the wall His Henchmen Were loud in their condemnation of Powers calling him a murderer a thief guilty of tho Gobel murder etc the very same people who a few years ago were fighting his battles and cry ing that he was a martyr aud should be vindicated When he returns and annouBces for Congress the right of allmen ho is turned against by these followers of Edwards because their utiieu counter must go and the graft be given to another regime Inconsis tency and tho majority of the Republicans of tho Eleventh saw it and eitet 4 Powers Il was an excellent happening for the Democracy all over the state It means the defeat of Congressman Bennett in tho Ninth and Laugley in the Tenth KeiTOR M OSUUJVAK of the Shelby viMe Sentinel has the tender sympathy fjtk brother editors all over the state latke loss ot his lovely daughter Miss XiUbWkie Elizabeth OSullivan whose detb occurred Saturday after a two BMAtks illness of typhoid lover Deceas ed was nineteen years old and a charm ing yeang woman IF theXewJersey undertakers succeed itt ttrmging about a reform there will be ib ieburials at sea They are ur- gIthpassagei of a law which requires MMtMMlmer to be placed on each steam ship so that in case of death at sea the- yb isa be cared for scientifically ExpRB6iDKXT Roosevelt says he will iiiotit upon honesty if it breaks up the bus businesses of the mad If his efforts avfitt anything along this line it is to be lt pi he will at l Mt put out of busi mttt wpM of the corrupt politicans in BQ rond Washington Juy CBAS S MOOKBHKAD former editor and owner of the old Princeton BMMN JIO returned to PrInceton and is now Iftorof Leader under its sew l I merit i Wnur a JOHCBMYl attention has bMBwrwtWby a pretty girl thus K Aettaff loft for hun to do but to carry blaas to court west MiM Pail inarrod a Mr VV1Ir BMb U rtbo Hwt8Biight trw f41Cb a union to turn a goodly ercp of pftrs ORB hJng ia vMMt that it ainhip ant ittd toto wwftw it win to nO4W 4I7tbatUs- It Ii I1 1Ii pMot 11 a r PERSONALS GOOD THOUGHT The Glad heart goes the longest way The sunshine makes the finest tiny Miss Mary Foley is visiting in Middles boroMrs A C Scanlan was in Lexington Saturday Mr Edgar Blanton has been sojourning at French Lick Miss Norma Elmore of Lancaster is with relatives here Mr Rhodes Yeager of Georgetown has been visiting here Mr Herman Leo has been visiting relatives in Midway Dr and Mrs W G White returned Friday from Louisville Mr and Mrs Emil Lorisch were in Louisville last week Mr Thomas Hamilton was in Cincin nati last week on business Mrs S B Hume left yesterday for Cincinnati to spend a week Miss Bessie Miller returned Monday from a visit to Louisville friends Misses Tillie Tribblo and Julia Hig gins spent Saturday in Lexington Miss Mary Rankin of Lancaster has matriculated at Madison Institute Mr Curt Adams has returned from Niagara and other points of interest The French Mission Circle was entertained Monday by Mrs S B Hume Mrs Fred Faris and Miss Mary Roberts are in Cincinnati this week Mrs J A Stevens and family spent the week endwith Lexington relatives Mr N B Deatherage has returned from a visit to friends in Owen county Mr and Mrs JamesWinn of Winchester have been visiting Mrs Robert Miller Miss Cramer of Lexington is the guest of Mrs Robert Sallec on Glyndon Ave Editors T II Pickels and A D Miller attended the State fair last ThursdayMiss Burnam returned last week from the East where she spent summerMiss Taylor has returned to Lebanon where she teaches in the High School Mr and Mrs Walker McKinney of Georgetown were guests of relatives here last week Mr and Mrs Elmer Tate left last week for a two weeks stay at Crab Orchard Springs Mrs Julian Van Winkle of Louisville has been visiting her mother Mrs James W Smith Professor and Mrs C Rucker Adams of Chicago came last week for a visit to Miss Lucy Adams Miss Aubrey Burgin has returned to Lexington after a delightful visit to her aunt Mrs J A Stevens Mr and Mrs J R Azbtll have been in London visiting their daughter Mrs George C Moores Mr and Mrs W R Black and baby of Winchester are visiting friends in tho city and county Miss Elizabeth Lackey of Kingston left Monday to matriculate in Hamilton college Lexington Mr and Mrs Harvey Chenault were in Louisville last week the guests of Mr and Mrs E B Hume Mrs H B Hanger went to Millers burg last week to enter her son Paul in the Military Institute Mr Clyde Hart of tho Winchester News spent Sunday with his parents Mr and Mrs T H Hart Shelby NewsMr James W Zarin of Richmond is visiting his sisters Misses Alice and Mattie Zaring Miss Maud Wilson has been in Lan caster visiting her sisters Mesdames W R Got t and Leonard Miller Mr William Wallace left Monday for Yale where he will enter upon his senior yearjin the study of law Mr Leonard Robinson left this week for Richmond to enter the Richmond High School London Echo MrS Wilson Tate has returned from a two months visit to her daughter Mrs G W DulL te Hoopston Ill Mrs ThomRSHltrIeyorLebauooJ- lUlctioois the guest of her raothria law Mrs S L Mtokiff on Third tree Mr W WWaUs and family and Mrs Faaaie SraUli motored to T uisville 1Mt wektoMIii MM State fairMessrs Robert Turtoy and Haymow Xwfrk left Sat i kif far JliiMfe re sums iheir studies te the State Unlwr sky KiN Pearl Davis of Lvwferttht k ta barge afthe triTrnfrf ilqprlmint of FMkMMiXiMs IIItiIW Mr LlGwIry Mrs CL D Killer sai Miss EltaalMth Mlltor spent the 1NiekendwitJt Mr WillIam Ooala aod ftually MM Pjuxtte- Mn J 8 OMliw Its WUlOelliM BxuiMoOor4IaMr WtMhMtw M iBkH of Lowfpflfc r cam aatnrdajHo peed a Jew days with ih1Wir whc k vsUu ber mother raJaiIW8wLJraUliahiuUle Xi- iran wIthhwmiif Mn Wlnabeth Croft after a visit to henfot r Mn ChM Crooke in DanvIlle Mrs Mat Hacker and ehiklree Kieh olsvill spent the weekBftd with Xi A E Cars Miss Irene Buckwatter of TVlagaH Miss k the guwt of her sister Mrs It O LsehyM Poatec of New York City is the beautiful and charming guest of Mrs Cap Dickersoa Mr J S Gardner and family passed though Riehmoad Monday eare te to Jacksonville Fla from Irvine where they have been visiting Mrs J II Taylor of Kansas City who has been with her sister MrsJ R Pates is now with Mrs Uraat E Lilly on Lancaster avenue Mrs Harvey Parrish of Union City entertained a number of friends last Friday in honor of her brother Mr Dudley Berry of Leroy Ill Miss Strong of New York who has been visiting Mrs Russell Robinson left last week for Texarkana where she will teach during the winter Mr N B Deatherage accompanied by Mr 1fH Haggard of Georgetown went last week to Owen county to visit an old Confederate comrade Mr J M Herndon Mr Barnett Chenault has returned from the Canal zone Mr Chenault is one of the most papular of the younger ocial set and was given a royal welcome by his many friends Messrs Clarence E Brown of Ler ington Woodford Dick of Louisville John D Allen and Miss Martha Allen of Carlisle spent last week with Mr and Mrs J W Zaring Col Wallace Estill of Franklin county accompanied by his sisters Mrs Laura Estill Francis and Mrs Lavinia Estill Cunningham visited their old home town at Richmond last week Miss Annie Bennett Cohen has enter ed the preparatory department of the Randolph Macon college at Lynchburg Va She was accompanied to Lynch burg by her aunt Miss Minnie Wagers Mr Clark Allman has accepted a position in the drug house of H L Perry Mr Allman is the younger son of Captain and Mrs J H Allman and is one of the best known young druggists in the city Louisville Times Col and Mrs William B Haldeman motored out to Pewee Valley today to attend the Confederate Reunion at the L Z Duke HalL They had as their guest the Hon J B McCreary of Richmond Mrs W G Gregory of Louisville is visiting her daughter Mrs R E Million She was accompanied by her little grand daughter Elaine Million who has been spending several weeks in Louisville Miss Norma Elmoro is in Richmond viisting relativesJilrs JW Elmore is at homo from a visit to relatives in Versailles and RlchmondnMrs John Christman Jr and children and Mrs B Kelly of Richmond arc visit ing Mrs N Miller Lancaster Record Miss Eva Roberts whose well known embroidery and stamping establishment is headquarters for lovers of fancy need le work left yesterday for Cincinnati to remain all week Miss Roberts will return with now patterns now materials and new ideas for Winter and Christmas workProfessor Jaync former director of the Model school of this city left yesterday for his home in Detroit after spending several days here with friends Professor Jayne is attorney for the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to animals which position is ono of importance carrying with it a handsome salary He is also lecturer in the Detroit college of law and enjoys a good private practice Professor Jayne has many friends hero who are glad to know of his success Base Ball Won Lost Pcrt Parisu78 45 631 Leximtonnu 67 51 553 Winchester uu 61 fiS 6It 503FrankfortMaysi1Iou 37 85 304 Season Closes The base ball season is over Rich mond was to have played a doubleheader in Frankfort on Monday and then to Winchester on Tuesday for another double bill but the wet weather made playing out of the question and in both places and so the season camo to a close as these were the last scheduled games Richmond finishes in fourth position a half game behind Winchester In the past two seasons Richmond has developed two stars who will no doubt bo heard from all along tho lines of the big leagues Hub Dawson the Versailles boy who was sold the first of the season to Minneapolis has made good and Roy Golden tho easygoing twirler has beta given a good berth by the St Louis team of tho National league Owing to misfortunes that have presented themselves at critical times the part season the team has not played as good ball as it was expected to do at the beginning but the fans are loyal and will overlook all this Richmond will mako every effort to haye a winner in tho race next set son and to gain this work will begin at an early dato Estrayed A thin roan cow weight about 800 Ibs came to my farm on Red House pike Sept 5 and has since been cared for by undersigned I have also lost black gilt weight about 150 lbs No marks sept212t RR McKinney For Bald Heads A TreatmentThat Costs Nothing if it Fails We want you to try three large battles of Rexall 93y Hair Took on our personal guanuitee that the trial will net cost yea penny if it does not give you absolute sattsfaetioq Thats proof of oar fMtfa in ibfe remedy and it shod UdMputiibly demonstrate that we know wh t we are talking about whenw ssr tint ItezaH g3 Hair THllewiftW hair on M1ddltexcept baMoess has hem oflUek long duration that the root of the hair are entirely dead the follioie closed and grows ovicaa4 the scalp glazed Remember we ass aiming our tate niti upon win bn already lIMo aocomiAfaheil by hufRexaU W BJMT Tonic tiMLSre ha9ttUte rW t to a MWie Uiatt whit H ha dqM for tbocsands litlMn it will rdo for you IB any event ymu eanaot Jose anything by giving it a trial oh ourliberal ran tee Two siMa JOe and 1100 Re metober yoji eaa obtata ttexall Rzme din thU cscauonSif 811t our tonlbe ftmA Siws Heory L PerryRZy Fate fthePilt- oDetermined in Next Ten Days President LeBus Makes it Plain that Growers Must Show Intentions Before District Board Meets BALLOTS WILL BE- PREPARED AT ONCE Leader Has Not Lost Hope But Thinks Time Given Has Been Sufficient SPBCIAL TO THK CLIMAX MiUersbiqr Ky Sept 17In a speech here today President Lebus of the Burley Tobacco Society made it very plain that the fate of the 1910 pool and with it the fate of the growers move ment would be decided within the next ten days I want to say here and now he declared that the days of delay are numbered I have not lost faith We have carried this flag through darker peViods than this but the time has come when the grower must say either that he will go forward or lay down If he has decided to lay down the quicker this is made known the better Unless there is a substantial awakening before September 27one week from Tuesday I want to say that my vote will bb cast in favor of submitting the question of the 1010 pool just as speedily as the ballot can bo gotten to the people When the Executive Board meets next week I ani going to recommend that the ballot be printed immediately Every grower in the Burley District is thoroughly familiar with the issue and will have had ample opportunity to make up his mind before the 27th I know that you can win and you know that you can winIn face of this certain promise if you have made up your mind not to take advantage of tho opportunity then we will all go to market together This year the dumper cannot sneak around the hill to furnish supplies to the enemy If the pool should go down there will be a grim satisfaction in seeing the plight of tho outsider And if wo should fail the responsibility is going to be on the landlord and not on tho tenant Tho only excuses that have been offered have been the inventions of landlords Those growers who think that they are able to get along without pooling might well stop to consider what they would do with their tobacco if this pool should be declared off early in October Those who champion loose leaf ware houses would then have an opportunity to put their alleged benefits to tho test As for my part they will never hold an umbrella over me and charge mo for tho shade while the trust skins me If the pool is a success it will be be cause you pool your tobacco and go to work to induce your neighbor to pOol The women have become enlisted in this work and I have great hopes as to what they may accomplish You are in the midst of a garden spot If this pool is declared off the value of your land and everything you own will be cut in half tnd the papers of this community will be filled with advcrtisedfarms Tho attitude of those growers who havo borne the heat of the fight in the past was strikingly set forth by Mr John W Bell of Harrison county I quit pulling suckers to como to this meeting You do not knowjjwho I am and I will tell you I am one of those who have blisters on their feet and the skin worn from backs carrying the rich growers of the Blue Grass I am one of those who have endured privation and whose family have stinted themselves and undergone hardship in order to lay the foundation for this society Lastly I am one of those men who are not going to carry you any longer Heavy Rains The heavy rainof Sunday night and all day Monday which prevailed in this vicinity seems to have been general over Cenleral Kentucky While the rainfall hero was as heavy as has been seen in years yet the electrical storm seems tohavo played havoc in Fayette and parts ofFranklinand Woodford The tolo phone wires escaped damages in Madi son only a few boxes being burned out which is tho case with nearly every storm As Viewed by Ofliers One of tho handsomest and most in teresting of industral editions was issued this week by the Richmond Climax It is a real gem of tho printers art as well as a splendid exhibition of the art deS- criptive Editor A D Miller can shake hands with hlmselfWl Walton in Lexington Herald Our neighbor and friend the Climax issued this week its handsome special edition which has been tho souco of much complimentary comment It is a= omploto compendium of the indust mchImontimany of our prominent citizens busi ness men and officials It is well worth filing away as a work of reference and wo congratulate our contemporary on producing so creditable a vorkKcn ucky Register The Richmond Climax camo out this week ala very handsome souvenir edition Editor Miller gives his patrons a mighty good paper all the timeIbut when he puts on a few extra touches as 5a the abovenamed issue why then there isnt a county paper in the United States that can surpass it Harrods burg Herald The Richmond Climax issued a very handsome special edition this week w1tlekisa decided credit to the putt lIs1er and to the eilyOyatida DeJR eerat T r The Riehaaead GJiaax iss ll Uife wek iUsplwHlM pictorial and hitorks sapptement whkjJt is a most excellent advertisement for that progressive city The supplement which is in magaia ij k ap1eodMilyprintedudWorkthM ri to CORe by those interested in the history of Richmond lad Madison county Editor A p Millar te to he MiwratMftMr for tIM rulftnlh of this trig ua dertakiBg Danville Advocate The best industrial edition we hay bJgRnlleetleeu8er The IndustriarEditlon of the Rich mood Climax bame to our desk Redoes day and after examfnatou we unhest- tatinglypipnounceit far superior to anj thing ever attempted by a Central Kentucky newspaper It shows remarkable enterprise and the workmanship is sptadM Weooagntulatetheaia BOOM of the uadertaklagju1 T n Close Call Mat 8 tMn the Muted horseman tGgeLlaenrihseen1 assoeiatea hiss a Jose ufrom death Monday afternoon in LexSnfioa while waM bt the oMce of the TaMwsatta Sale barn A bolt or lghlir struck the ehhsMwjr tKuringa nsrljosi of it away and kmwkh the oer cupaots U every direvion So severely Haaaed were they that for several aia wtes they were enable to riP their senses A telephone message received at the hone of Mr Jplm Wagws Tues day morning conveyed the news that Mr Ceiiea was able to Be about About Gone This will be the last week for watermelons in Madison county according to the growers who make Richmond tacir headquarters with the toothsome article The wet weather in the spring retarded the growth and later in the season when they took a brace the destructive little stripped bug came along and in many places almost wiped out the patches by feasting on the vines There was only a half crop this season if that much according to the growers in the College Hill and Waco sections where the bulk ofthei melons are raised in Madison A Handsome Brass Bed for Twentyfive Cents Beginning with Friday there will boon display in Douglas Simmons Deatherages window an elegant brass bed which some one can own f r the small sum of 25 cents This bed has been donated to the ladles of the P A C Infirmary by E L March of Lexing ton to be used Inane big sample saloon Oct 3 and 4 The ladies have decided to open up a guessing contest the par ticulars of which will be announced in the next few days This is an unusual opportunity to win such a bed for such a small sum- Program ol Teachers Association Teachers of Educational Division No 6 will hold their meeting sit Red House Saturday Sept 24 1910 PROQKA5I 10 oclock a m Song Red House Choir Devotional ExercisesProf It F Scudder Address Hon J Tevis Cobb Response Supt John Nqiand Song Little Rose BudsAnHaTr- ibble Ends Sought in Teachers Asso- ciationsIsflss Rebecca Edwards and Miss Amelia McWhortor Values of High School Education Prof T J Conies Music Neon Recess Afternoon Exercises 130 p m tI What to do with the JncorriglWes Mrs JD Powell and Miss Kittle HisleHow Home Environments Affect Ai o ItObtlStocttonH Berry usl- cRecitationMiss My rtleDalton In What Way Can Parents Assist the Teacher Miss Maudo Bailey and Miss Eloise Million RecItationElizabeth Carson MusicRelative Advantages of the City and Country Childupt Noland J B Harris R F Ecudder Querry Box 330 AdjournmentJ HAUnTS President MRS ED CAissoN Secretary Dandruff anal Itchtar Scalp Yield to TbisTx ttheflt- Why experiment to drlYfltM dandruff grm from underneath the skin with lotions fancy hair dressing when IILPerryDrttc Store will guarantee ZKMO and ZKMO SOAP to entirely rid the scalp of the germ life that causes the trouble ZESIO and ZEMQ SOAP can be obtain ed in any city or town ja America and are recogaIzedthe lIe anti melt eeea omioal treatment for all affections of the skin and scalp whether oft Infant or grown persons One shampoo with ZESI O SOAP application of ZEMO will stop itching and cleanse the scalp of dranduV and scurf Wo invite you to try ZKMO and ZEMO SOAP and if not entirely satisfied we will refund your money STOCK SaleI will sell publicly on the premises of the late J P Simmons 7 miles from Richmond near Kirksvilte on Friday Sept 23 WO lOam 22 Head of Good Stock 5 suckling mules 2 yearling mules 1 good 3yearold mulo 2 4yearold mules 5 aged mules 5 mares 1 5yearold horse well broken jennet Terms Sale will be made on credit of 0 months with bankable note bearing 6 per cent intere- stMcCreary Sinimons Public Sale Of Two Farms We will sell at public auction in front of tho Court House county court day at 2 oclock p m Mond YtOct3t J9JO the following property About345 Acres of Land near Red House five miles north of Richmond Ky This land will be sold in two separate tracts These two farms are divided by a road there being about 175 acreson the East side with good dwelling house and other necessary outbuildings upon same On the West side of the road is about 170 acres with good store room thereon This is a splendid location for selling goods and tho building now rents for 150 per year The Red House station is a fine shipping point and very close to the farm mentioned The farms are well watered and most desirable property Terms Onethird cash balance in one and two years with legal interest from Jan 1 1911 when possession will be given and deed made Seeding privileges will begiven purchaser This property will positively be sold on date and time mentioned above For any other information see Harvey Douglas or James Hunlcy Harvey D Parrish Harriett Parrish Peoria DrillDont Over Look the Best The greatest Dull of the age Has put new life into wheat growers Combining both shoe and disc something that has been lacking in the Disc Drill You cannot appreciate this Drill until you see it You cannot afford to buy until you know its features over others For further information call and se- eD B Shackelford Co Hardware Tinware Stove and Farm Implements September a8tblJ9xI will c4ferf rsale6a the premises My highly improved 2 12 Acre Farm on the best of pikes miles rosa each Dnvieaa4 Laaeasier 175 Awes TilWbto RM Lsnt S etwbieh ii TuFm 14m4 3f lLvei14s Land 1Qdetotware and it iMdJ iaad hetGDi1 rMt Iin6 jbest ia the oowrty b a Nosn ra bi houi hoaM t and siehed It is notad for itabcanttfoi and Mklthy g M j h borbooaed chose roxiinUt 1bohoo Chu in i 4eThere are three gftJJraore tobacco ifatm wWi excellent barfollaockMd24 rsconsidering location buOdlngs qnality of Jaad etc no more desirable farm home has been placed on the market If intnrestei write or com and see Im mediate possession can be given if crops are sold There is a fine T7year old War r a lug orchard on the place Ar1 H OTTER nviIIe Ky jt t ti ct 1 liis MILLINERY OPENING Wednesday and Thursday Childrens School Shoes- Our Childrens Shoe Department is complete We have made a special effort to get the best school shoes made at the Lowest Prices ChildrensSchool Handkerchiefs Good quality hem stitched cambric handkerchiefs i n plaiu white 3c Each Boys School Suits A splendid line cf Suits knicker bocker pants The materials are che viots and cassi merescolors blue brown and gray 298 348 and 498 McCallPatterns 10 and 15c Sir Itobt R Burnam has added to his Fire Insurance Companies The Henry Clay Firo Insurance Co a Ken tucky company with 500 000 capital and surplus Support a home institution and demand a policy in this new company tf Public Sale I will sell at mv resi dence on East Mainst at lOa m- Thursday Sept 29 10 all my Household and Kitchen Mrs Loutitia Carse Public According to the directions of the wil of John 6 Taylor I his administrator will sell at public auction on Oct i5 1JO at 10 oclock a m his late residence at corner of First and Irvine streets and vacant lot 20 feet wide adjoining both in the very heart of the city of Rich mond A splendid corner lot with brick residence anti vacant lot for building A more particular description of both and dimensions will be gladly furnished upon inquiry This property wilt be offered separately and as a whole to be sold in the way bringing tho most money Terms for payment will be onethird cash balance in six and twelve months with lien retained J E GfiiEENLEAF Administrator 9213t With Will Annexed Public Of Valuable City Prop erty We will sell at public auction on the premises on Seeon d street at 10 oclock a us Saturday Oct the residence known as the Ellis proper ty The let fronts on Second street 150 feet running back 241 feet to First street with a frontage on First of 78 13 feet This property is centrally located close to the business part of the city The residence contains eleven rooms and three hftlk entrance to any room in the building without passing through another room and is admirably located and arranged for family or boarder if desired Thor is also gas and water pipes throughout the huikUng Miss Ellis and Mrs Daniel or J A HigginSWilt take pleasure in showing property to prospective purchasers Terms will be mad haewa on day af sale At sane wW aeR ai nsi6nseme housefaatd fvrnittira- LMW TOM Cxntiour Aaeiiooeer 4tM HOG FEED ftS lhopUURBottHnxi Hog Cbofera Remedy is the carjr known CURE for hog cholera A few doaea along with thefeed now will destroy all disease breeding germs worms and parasites in your hogs and CoaaCIb11Sold by q r I September21 and 22 j We Sell and Guarantee Wun d erho se for men women and children 4 pairs guaranteed to wear 4 months without mending SI Box 4 pair in box Ladies Fall Skirts Our Assortment includes all styles and colors 5 values in black blue and brown panamas and voiles trimmed and tailored nicely 3 Furniture 8ttJO lIiHII Regular 48 Let us take your measure for Fall Suit or Skirt 400 samples on display and fit and satisfaction guaranteed McCalls Magazinew- ill help you to make Stylish Fall Clothes 5 cents a Copy r Radcliffe Shoes For Ladies + Dull calf patent colt tans short vamp effec t s cloth and Jeather tops I 250300 and 350 i if WeareshowingNew Hamburgs Laces and White GoodsIQu = C- Eo Q 8 rtJ 61 = rIl d c- QOt 0P4 1 rn ri irjC- l 00 o IE V ELDER It Sale Saturday Sale a- New oI A Wef 0L1J0ftt g SKaln9Ii Outfitters to Women invite you to the opening rr of their J 2 Readytowear Parlors V Tuesday September twentyseventh 127 East Main Street Lexington Ky We Leave all Meats on the Scales long enough for the customer to see the weight We dont slap it on and off before there is a chance for the indicator to stop jiggling so the pin chaser cat only gues if the right weight is charged for Buy at the market where you get what you pay for both in quantity and quality C C CULTONSuccessor to Douglas Culton 231 WEST MAIN STREET TELEPHONE 126 t W L IhcrIgtcntt tie4iCflhln1t CIIUC1q t jrrcscnts ls compliments milt v- 5fer 2 I j mmmtttccs lts sv I it t Jt1t1Umt nub llutht 7 iIfl llahi Sf2Rcabt fnfu 1r ODptt S cbtusJgtr ltad ci i kilJipfcinbtrZl2Z ili ziC ii rjte4 tio fj1i t e 5atuHxtemiurces4 i It 1 Look to the Futurev vi Youdonatwys 1 a small boaiaees Timpare QUnelffoabitine teBmkWgbu tinwW you only to l CtMla Iiit 5StateBankTrtyJJj JB StoufferEstablished Clothing Tailoring in Richmond the Great RE0Car2 and 4 Cylinders t be advantage to me an AgentIRKSVILLE r New Quarters rWe are established in our new quarters in the old City Hall and are prepared than ever to care for your skins us your Hides Furs and Iron Fresh Groceries and Vegetables in season Ihurman Grocery CompanyI = Beef Clubs Farmers Butchers H NOTICE I am paying highest cash prices for Hides and Also Wool Will treat you right Ring phone 363 M WIDESRICHMOND KENTUCKY 0 + l 1 George LEngIis- hPLUMBING1 I for l I and Gasoline Engines i15gents Johnson Best System of Water Work 1lf t Something New My Line For You- I have made preparations by putting in the necessary 0 equipment to do all kinds of Carriage Painting and Trimmingha- ve abide this addition our 1ItanrQuetoiMrswfi1Qappre gyeuranimade good as new If ymi fleet new 1 Rubber Tires 1 yam oU vUile a pfrfee ob it at tfek simp AM wrk both MI to wafcKBMiiitt James A oo e0 u y rm- w f Tw7t J l 1 T Slerling Clothes ARE THE BEST- CLOTHES rr1 1 Bench Tailored Ready to Wear Guaranteed not to Shrink or Fade tf50 years experience the factory guarantee in suitstall sizes 1 from smallest boy to largest man Newest stocks m city to select from l Fine Line New S- tyleHats and Furnishing Goods Suit Cases Umbrellas etcj at lowest for high class goods Oldest and House THE MADE 1 will to your see before purchasing automobile KENTUCKY building better Bring Tallow Doctor for In believing fOMMlMd gMtnMtood ttndpriees Trunks prices BEST wgZ31 E 7 ream VermifugeTHE WORM REMEDY THE CHILDRENS FAVORITE TiMICB- CWAaC Or IMITATIONS THE GttlUINE PREPARED 3alardSnow Liniment Con nrT JO Sold by HENRY L PERRY JT FERRIELl Real Estate Agent Oldham Buildi- ngRichmond Ky R Emmett Million Successor to liargin If ilen- nvDENTIST Over State Dank k Trust Company TELEPHONE 258 t A StTIiIaLV AN ATTUBNBYAT LAN S10HMOND KENTUCKY Jfflce over State Bank Trust Coopposite Court House on Main Street Marry WI Blantoa DENTIST BullQlng1ja1 1W Dr Robt C Boggs Dentist Telephone 267 Office in Oldham Building You can buy almost any kind of Automobile you want cheap and on easy terms from RtA BARLOwAgent Automobile Clearing House Cbloftgo Ask him about The Badges Steersman lj21tfDr H Mainhart Graduate tlIegeof SurgeonOOffiee Pheee littell Phone 588 fRkihmoOOKy For Sale Ten or 12 good Ouroe pies either WT Prieo right UDTIDA HcCoiw Notice to Creditors cu All pMMM hTi g ekiBU again the requeeledae r qnir4 by kw on or WON Ootobw Ije otwmbeball8La4t Jte LowitU Crae AdMx To loubleyour wheat cropyou wilet HIM ttte P oria hoe and disc drill cour S DB 8baakelfosgtk co- I IrII37 iitr I The Richmond Climax i n NlUMtt tWIT WMMtttT H THE CLIMAX CO e 0Iayerroratedl A D MIllCR ErToa IIoIokf 1 KEITH PM88 AMMtATIM awl PWUtPEK IEAWE PRICE f100 PER YEAB IN ADVANCE WEDNESDAY SEP 21 r 1810 Democratic Ticket Fox CONElJUI BON HARVEY HELM Of Lincoln Count- yAnnouncements FOR SHERIFF TVe Are authorized to announce EtMER DEAT11EKAGE a candidate for Sheriff of Madison county subject to tile action of Democratic party We are authorized to announce JOHN E isALDWIN a candidate for Sheriff of Mad Don county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce N D JONES a candidate for Sheriff of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT We are authorized to announce DENJA MIN F EDWARDS a candidate for Su perintendcnt Public Schools of Madison county subject to the action of the Demo cratic party FOR JAILER Vearc authorized toannounceNORGAN TAYLOR a candidate for Jallerof Mndison county subject to thenctlon of the Democratic party FOR ASSESSOR We are authorized to announce W F JARMAN a candidate for Assessor Mod son county subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR COUNTY CLERK We are authorized to announce LaRue House a candidate for County Clerk of Madison county subject to the action of Democratic part- yKodak God of Mischance Photographs the snapshot variety are a matter which most people believe to ha managed by a malicious god and really there is no other way of explaining the carica tures most snapshots are If there isnt a fatality that makes the kodak invariably catch people at their worst why is it that the bride enter ing the carriage after the ceremony is sure to be snap ped with one foot so promi nent that it dwarfs all the rest of her person What makes the peripatetic photo grapher always get the millionaire coming home from church on Sunday at a mo ment when the sun is making him screw up his face What chance is it that without fail groups a duke and his American finance so that the latter appears about a foot the taller Why indeed unless there is a god of mischance and he is concentrating on the kodakNew York Tribune And many a girl has been able to support herself and a large collection of relatives by marrying the right manThe Aeroplane Camera Several types of cameras are now being made especially for the purpose of taking snapshots from and of aerial craft A machine illustrated in the October Popular Mechanics for use in the air is mounted on the frame of an aeroplane in such a position that the second man in the machine may focus it on the country underneath When used on the ground it rests upon a tripod and is aimed at the object in the air in very much the same way as a rapid fire gun How to Preserve Pineapple In the Sun QSterelize the jars and uten sils Grate the pineapple Fill the hot jars with it and pour in enough syrup to fill the jars solidly Place the jars in the sun for an hour then fill the jars agai with boiling syrup Wipe and seal Place the jars on aboard and out of a draft of air If the screw covers are used tighten them after the glass has cooled- Cranberries correct th e liver Asparagus stimulates the kidneys Celery is a nerve tonic so are onions Honey is a good substitute for cod liver oil- Watercress isan excellent blood purifier Parsnips possess the same virtues as sarsaparilla Bananas are beneficial to sufferers from chest oom plaintsBeetroot is fattening and good for people who want to put on flesh a Tomatoes are good Jora liver but should be avoided by gouty people Lettuce has a soothing elfect on the nerves and ex ooUBt for sufferer from in c13I6iL In twentysevel1reantb Kimberley diamond mines haver YJeldecloo 000000t worth fdlamondsBtiUour- oo r J1 i l1i do a lot better than t t Jail s 0 f lit 1T f i 1Cows Chewed J Dynamite A speciallfroDt Glasgow Ky My t Yin Bridges a farmer lost two valuabl eons ia a peculiar manner Mr Bridges had been working the road and brought two sticky of dynamite home in his wagon He drove under a shed in the barn and left his wagon for the night When he went out to milk the next morning he found both cows lying dead and apiece of chewed dynamite told the story- Procrastination ia express ing sympathy to a bereaved family in the height of bad form Therefore the instant a death is known the bereave ment should be acknowledged To send flowers is always desirable and may be done even in the case of a formal acquaintance but it is an ex pense that is not necessary If flowers are sent they may accompany the note of sym mustbeIf the box is sent without a letter a visiting card accom panies it When the recipient isa formal acquaintance a note may be omitted Sincere sympathy being written on the card When the person bereaved is known only slightly and flowers are omitted a visiting card may be either mailed or left at the door In either case Spmpathy or something similar should be written on the card When It is left in person the indi vidual for whom it is intend ed is not asked for it being understood that those in deep mourning are not able to receive any but the immediate family To intimate friends flowers may be sent as soon as news of death in the family is known and more may go on the day of the funeral unless the family expresses a wish that they shall be omitted for the casket When the latter is the case it is the ofnbad form to send flowers A note alone is sufficient Many hundreds of women assisted in gathering the har vest around Beatrice Neb They were lured to the field by the offer of board and three dollars per day A far mer went into Beatrice look ing for farm hands Loun gers in the town refused to work and the farmer had to fae the possibly of losing part of his crop He went into a restaurant and when waiting to be served was struck with idea of bidding for the waitress for harvesters He offered them 3 a day and every waitress threw aside her apron and went to the farm They did such effi cient work that other farmers sought women and they drew school teachers stenographers and college girls as well How to Blacken A Hot Stove Take any kind of blacking powder and any kind of oil and mix as thick as cream lard will do Apply with a cloth and the oil burns off and leaves the blacking in the iron which lasts longer than when blacked in theesual way Do not blacken the sides of the stove with this mixture as it will not burn off It is for the top only How to Clean Tan Shoes Tan shoes will not turn lark but will retain their color and may be kept clean IIby washing with cold water rubbing with a clean cloth No polish should be used DL o a- GRP A A s t How to Launder Irish Lace Irish crochet lace may be laundered easily at home Wash with soap and water rinse thoroughly then dip In taiitcoldstarchputting a drop of bluing in the starch as the lace is apt to turn yellow if none is used Have several thicknesses of blanket cover ed by an ironingsbeeton the table Lay the lace right side down on it cover with a cloth andiron until dry pressing down hard Then take your crochet hook and carefully pull out each litte picot raise all the petals of the flowers then press all the balls into shape with your fingers Even a large piece like a coat or waist can be done at home just as we las the cleaners by following these directions c By general consent Professor Wood who declares that skunks are good to eat will be allowed to haye the entire supply for his own use About Nte bet the may oan do who tries to drown his sorrows is to make his head SWiM The tees said about a fuss the better People who speak volumes seldom Uk like a book And every woman is proud of her husband tor a time Dont think a man is foolish be came he thinks you are Its poor policy to wait until you have a lire to begin thinking about insurance Dolt now We write tho best policies tf Dan H Brock Notice to Tax Payers Taxes are now due and wo will bo pleased if all will call and settle at once The penalty will bo added as prescribed by law if taxes are not paid promptly There is no reason for putting this off8 taxes must bo paid David McCord S IT C 3x peoria DrilljDont Over Look the Best The greatest Drill of the age Has put new life into wheat growers Combining both shoe and disc something that has been lacking in the Disc Drill You cannot appreciate this Drill until you see it You cannot afford to buy until you know its features over others For further information call and see 91 B Shackelford Co Hardware Tinware Stove and Farm Implements Nv WHITEThe Old Reliable Dry Goods Man Late Summer Fabrics are now fill ing our shelves also a complete showing o- fSchool Dress Materials We carry a full line of Novelties and our Lace and Hamburgs are unsurpassed Our cash system of doing business enables us to give our customers EspeciaHyLow Prices We are always glad to have you call and inspect our goods NV WHITE Main Sfreet below first RICHMOND o r Is YourPlumbingUptoDatei Does your plumbing equipment represent your good taste and your prudence as thoroughly as your other household furnishings j Why not The sanitary equip ment of your house isf amatter of the greatest importance The health of your family demands that your plumbing fixtures should be clean and sanitary The cost of modem equipment tlqtli in the fcmarsaged comfort afforded and in tlli f I4fromrepeiraand trouble We install Wi irtgurantfixture unequalled for beauty of design and for dayin and dayout wearing quality uaquote3fprioN Joie MW eq iPt Rk1uioaMi iibIfC- Q1EPliY ioorpomted- JJRural Telephpnes Mr Farmer IfaVe yonr home M modoru for yow tamtia city rec dense and a to the Larket oIMieua a anytime Thiseaabeaecoalphshedbyaeausofoarteiepheeeeervieewbieia- you and your neighbor east get fora sum that Is small compared with the tanei Its reeeindCaU or address our nearest office or write direct to headquarter Nashville Teasessw for information regarding our special Farmers Lisen rate If at preeent you are not enjoying telephone service we eaR iraeaedwtelv interest you Our IMS cover the States ot JCegtackv Tennessee Missiwlppf LeaisiftBa and the Southern portion of Indiana and Illinois EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE CO Incorporated a peepp + eapsesapI I CIood Things to EEat1 I Thats nil we carry Whether Its a staplelIke or a fancy table deli timported we have 14 I IEveryauperlormerrtEach for preference none gains a place on our shelves I lair to measure up to Iand of quality of the recent successful contestIIfor representation in our 9- t1 c ELECTA1 1 COFFEEaa smooth and dainty blend of selectedhighiand grown boas the lc The Elects process of tlowcooking and IrorInusing Kleeta Coffee you are sure of InR I I than other coffees it with any you ever Youll like the rousing drankrIbefore glorious aroma I I Tate and Son TelePhonet35I I f Jas B Parke Handles Only the Best in Groceries Fruits- Vegetables 1As he sells for CASH ONLY his customers get the benefit of the lowest prices possibie A Trial Order Will Convince You JAMES B PARKE CASH STORE Staple and Fancy Groceries Phone 624 FIRST 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 pantry 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 paperedFor particulars call on W L LEEDSA- T THE SAME PLACE WOODLAND AVENUE RICHMOND KENTUCKY Artistic Photography Bring in the babiesI make a specialty of taking their pictures McGaughey the Photographer Ready for Business We have received our fresh new stock of Staple and Fancy Groceries and cstefld a cordial invitation to tho public to call and see u i We also have daily FRESH VEGETABLES in fact everything to be found in a first class grocery Call and inspect our goods and wo are confident you will give us a share of your business Lackey Todd Telephone 64OperaHouse Building Smart ClothesF- or Ladles and Misses will be found in JMnsJMBariows n wearParlorttMrI r wmolbo jot rsow his ot teetesw sine Latest Sfcyfesand Moieriets Whu you pt q pska they wbiurptlaeTo1t IieN i lion bust again u t EjYN 5 r Dining Room Suggestions everykindest and most elaborate And no matter what kind of table chairs sideboard china closet solidity obtain for the price you pay us BEIIETldHIGGINS UNDERTAKING BuyingYour is risky businessrisky to your pocketbook Its no idlo dream that prices will soon advance You know itso do we Save money by letting us fill your bins NOW The satisfaction is well worth both the cost and trouble Telephone 110 he Red Ash Jellico We have tho exclusive sale A I trial order will convince you that oursisft little better than you have been getting elsewhere and possiblyless Fin Weigh or Coil Forfei- tedW1WBroaddusCo Orchnnl5tre- ctlime Cement Etc If you are going to sell out and want your goods to bring I1 they are worth get J W Shearer White Hall Ky son luct vour sale His narges are reasonable Ccme to Owen McKee Richmond Ky for dry goods and notions Others do and why not you tf I have one lot of ladles and misses sanple jackets the prices ranging from 503 to 1000 Wo will sell them as I ng as they last for OSc each tf A DOBKOWSKL Notice to Taxpayers Your City Tax bills for the year 1910 u now due and in my hands for collection On all those that aro not paid on or before November 1910 the penalty prescribed by Ordinance will be attached and interest at tho rate of per cent will be charged on all tax bills after X vembcr 1910 T C ONEIL Cily Collector Office City Hall cor First and Irvine Sts 973t For Sale Privately The residence on Main street known as the Walker place adjoining the property of Jas B McCreary and Wallet Bennett The lot fronts on Main street 75 feet and extends through to North over COO feet Tho residence contains eight rooms hall bath room and collar good cistern large barn and all necessary outbuildings on property This is dm of the most desirable pieces of resident property in Richmond Fdfparticulan call on or address- S H THORPE Madison National Bank tf Richmond Ky Coal Feed0 Shingles Etc Buying Coal is like bjiying anything cls3 The purchaser is ALWAYS bet ter satisfied wh3n he KNOWS he has the BEST Thats the way about buy jug your WINTER CoalCoal is what wo must all have during the winter seison and we do not want the TROUBLE of BREAKING and CARRYING out a lot of CLINKERS and ASHES before we build our fires Just what we are compelled to do if we buy poor slow burning cheap coals Buy the BEST ISucn as Rex Red Ash Jellico and Straight Creek Theres none better and the purchase is ALWAYS PLEASED when he buyS ilLLOOCHB SON We atobaate DclP ee SMscr7OtIA3Pfi AVKK0E Phone J2i n r j =Around Town Something new and novel the Sample Sale October 3 and 4 The State Conventions of Christian churches is in session in Owcnsboro Call and see Miss K V Schmidts hats today and tomorrow Sept 21 and 222xGeorge Rlanton made the trip to Lexington on his motorcycle in 45 minutes We are greatly indebted to Mrs Mattie Jackson for some of the finest tomatoes we have seen this year While stealing a ride on a freight train near Danville James Cochran had both legs ground off Mr James H Otter will sell bis farm of 112 acres five miles from both Danville and Lancaster on Sept 28 See advertisement elsewhere The annual Fall Opening of theFarley March Millinery Establishment will take place on Wednesday and Thurday September 21 and 22nd 2t The local option held in Lebanon in August and which resulted in a vicory for The wets by thirteen votes has been declared null and void Elsewhere in this issue appears the announcement of the fall opening of Wells Nugent Shannon one of Lexingtons best known firms Smoke Cuban Club lOc Cuban Star 5c You cannot afford to buy your drill until you understand the merits of tho Peoria shoo and diso drill D B Shackclford Co Two thousands nino hundred and twentythree persons were injured in the Fourth of July celebrations this year of which 131 died F A Lyons Jr one Beattyvilles most prominent lawyers and best known citi zens and mayor died last week of heart trouble leaving a wire and two children At the annual conventions of post masters last week in Louisville Mr C C Wallace delivered an address on Methods of investigating complaints of patrons Misses Mary Bates Shackelford and Julia White will open their dancing class next Friday afternoon at the home of D B Shackelford All who expect to attend are requested to be present Tho most novel thing in tho history of the city will be tho big sample and advertising sale which will bo conduct ed by tho ladies of the P A Cln firmary on Monday and Tuesday Oct 3 and 4 Rev A H Anthony of Irvine will begin aprotracted meeting next Sunday- 1t Speedwell Christian church Rev Anthony closed a series of meeting at Pond church Sunday night with sixteen Atlanta broke tho worlds time record for a base ball game Satur lay at Atlanta when they played a full nine inning grmo in the remarkable time of thirtytwo minutes Mobile winning 2 to 1 Mary Maupin tho fast young pacer being campaigned this season by W C 3ormloy won tho 215 pace at the State Fair at Louisville last Saturday after noon She defeated a fast field The best time was 214 The biggest tomato patch in the United States if not in tho world is in Clarke county Mo In this patch there ire 170 acres of tomatoes and it is exactly a milo in length and about one third of a mile in width Tho Nicholas County Board of Con trol of the Burley Tobacco Society reports that more than 800 acres of the 1910 tobacco crop have already been pooled in that county while in Harrison county more than 2000 acres of the 1910 erop have been pooled From the Kalamaaoo Presswe learn that a young lady of Pontiac was hurt oa her birthday We suppose this is even mere painful than being tenned on 6husvBetiDn but not quite so bad aa being sea burned on ones weekfnd Prince ton Leader Any barn or out building OAR be made water tight by applying Carpenter Mortea Reefing This Roofing can be applied over the old shingles if desired and will make agOlXl tight job that will feat for years This Roofing is cheaper and mere satisfactory than shingles other materials Blanton CoogktM k Co will furnish booklet and MBintefi 1IfIOtIr M8t Strayed or Stolen A large yellow CaUie dog recently siMMwd fresa hoad hack return to GO CenMitos HoMJ Gljrndw I The Potter Shej Co Cin cinnati O- Wm exhibit a owaptete MM L usMartest types orFall hid Wfeter FenI weara the Glyndoa Hotel on Boeder a ht oIiib17th w xi4 s sut OI1 itamie MM iMpta of BfebvoM M- 4jirftf to oill and inspect aue- Kdwia Fnakm J 0 t t ftD e a i 1t j 4l r s ffc d ifitf tk Ready FOrBusineil If L 1 Again4 1We are pleased to say that while the improvements on our store front are still incomplete the4 r t inside work is so far advanced that our stock has been put in order and we are ready for business again JjOJ Drop in the first time you pass our way and see the new Crystal Glass Revolving Clothing 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 r t duce selling expenses by the great saving of time and labor in showing goods and keeping stock in order y Lots of new fall things to show you Hats Caps Shoes Suits Trousers etc First pick is Ythebest you know i COVINGTON BANKSTHE STORE FOR QUALITY a jI fl S tC + c S I I r P P h l f= agttigT TF M siai t rf t I W W BROADDUS CO 5 L SOLE AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED The Best Coal Mined If there Was Any Better We Would Sell It W W BROA1 DUS CO Telephone 110 135 Orchard Street Richmond Kentucky Music Pupils Wanted I am soliciting class in piano and vocal music lessons to be given at my homo on North street For further particulars apply toj Miss Mary Traynor xC Court Day Dinner in Novem ber The ladies of the First Presbyterian church have reserved November court day to sorvodinnerForSaIe Privately two storo houses one occupied by Taylor Oldham Hardware the other known as tho Racket Store both on Main street J E Gre- enleartrExecut j Wins Prize Mr G T Grinstead is very proud of the fact that ho won a prize from the Shinola Company for having one of the best dressed windows in the prize con test Mr Grinstead entered the contest but did not have much idea of winnin a cash prize This speaks well for our hustling shoo merchant Somerset Times f Claims Same Date The Madison County Fair Association has already begun plans for next years- skoWandasneune s that the exhibit will beheld on the same dateM it was this year July 20 to 23 If is the deter BMaalion of the Association to have next years fair bigger and better in every way and no effort will be left undone which will work toward such an end All Of Lm Went Madison eountyw s well represented at the Lexington colored air which dosed a big WOK kst Saiwday Set heavy was the traflw that asv the last i4 the train due ki Riolsd at 1M ws nearly twaIOee a4Th 0 6 train fro Lexington to Jit Sterling carried twolve couches ten for the culisdkether and two ftM wiiit fifes WhJckerLarison- Al UN home of hrn4a hMt Mon rvwk la this city Mha Halite 1Ir1B1LLuiMao IIaduSbter of Mr sietrs X U 1Miick r and is quit popular uaoof her unUlm Mr Lvricon ks It Jr i SWM limo IfUte oIIPk 1rti tiM ir future home in Parts where the Iwtidst pat5 g Stanford Court The biggest bunch of cattle on tho market in many months Was on hand court day Anderson Nunnelly was un able to accommodate all at tho stockyards Pricey ranged from 3 12 to Cc with almost everything selling There were many mule colts in town und all went fast at from GO to 115 Interior Journal Opened Under Bright Prospects Madison Institute opened last week and the term of 1910ll starts oft with a brighter outlook than over before in the history of tho school This is one of tho best known female colleges in tho South and it is gratifying to know tbatpareMsvnot only in this county factIfrom Madison Institute admits a student to any of tho big Eastern colleges A splendid faculty is engag ed on tho Hill anJ from the way things have started of this year will bo a record breaker in educational circles oftho county schools of Fayotte ISomo on account of the prevalence lof diphtheria Deaths The deathon last Thursday ef Miss Nannie Wilson came as a shock W her many friends leased was about twentyeight years old and was a daugk t rofthelto Alex Wilson of College Hiifc Since her fathers death she has made her home with her brother Rex James Wilson jn Indian and it was while on a visit to her sId home and friends that death caste SIte was ill only ten days with ptowin poisoairg FMiral srvices wore oondHeted Satur iltyat hs Flalwopd tkwrJk by Wer HeynoWn followed bri itrtwment in the RicliBMHM Cemetery TlMlwmains of Williwn Wuue were brought to th sdty from Lxln ton Sunday cud interred in the lcbmond eomeuiry after short faenral acrvlfcac at tht grave by Re r l sd IL Scs lon Diooosgd wes in hi f6Hh year and is wirvivwl Sf awIftd two tons on hi Luisvilla and tt thor a rwident of Lxififtoa JtrW ll c Snw formerly arwMMit ofPain1Lieki but Mt- Iimeago OMWB tu reside In Lxinlua IWitwss hit to gen rI debility saildoeam M tht ftwriHy bsa in thi Fayette OKpitkl last Friday night B jiclt hisiinBodiM fiMiii7 two Ijrtrth 4 Reary LLJfr Cbaries Higgins of RwhmoAd Is broth rin law c u Fire at Kirksviile Fire of unknown origin destroyed the residence of Mr Charles Jctt near Kirksviile early Friday morning The loss is estimated at about 1500 which is partially covered by insurance Bad Loss Mr Buford Gonnloy is mourning tho loss of several very fine Plymouth Rock chickens that seem to have been suffer ing with a disease similar to limber neck They have been in the habit of roaming in a nearby tobacco patch for the past week and catching the worms from the plants and he is confident that this is the cause IAll the ladies are happy this week fall millinery openings aro on To Conference Rev G W Crutchfiold pastor of the Richmond M E church south left yes terday for Harrodsburg where he goes to attend the annual Conference which begins its sessions in that city today under the direction of Bishop Kilgo of North Carolina one of the newly chosen Bishops Rev CrutchfieM goes wllhaI good record for the year and also an thisI cellent report oa the obligations of church everythingjjbeing patti in full The official beard Of the local church acting for the congregation has petitioned the Bishop to return him to this charge and it is almost a certainty that the request will be granted This a Rev Crutch Reids Mrtyear here and during his pastorate sixteen have been added to toIte chureh roIL Wi II Park of tiiis county win go from the local eft tire II as 1 reprMeatative of the die trict eon erono- eMiss Annie He cox Leaves Property to Her Relatives Thewillol the late Miss Annie IlMOO was probated lathe Fayette Cettrc hwt week In UN itMtranent which was dated JIHM U 1903 511- 8leilLvOlitoMr r tMrre all of her property persmml pd Uxcwtae with iJM tORe IJoU which b bqMhM to ih CentraL ChristiM WOhef Lzisi1on Mrs lmr nhbensgreosvas onhiU- jtresk ut R MOM and lot in Lexington iiao her W raOeW aIeo her equalllwotN8W of the propstiy Altar pdal bqsoats are Adr yrinkUn Jatheraff r o ivw I1M aed ttiw Xtury Lotais- eDentheag a diamasd pin ate 1W JJiss Uemoorrmmbertfd MMi Qber brothers and itNiff end bsI nieces and W Files Petition in Bankruptcy Dr E 11 Kidwcll of Winchester Sat urday morning tiled a petition in voluntary bankruptcy in tho United States court in this city through his attorneys Pendleton Bush Tho schedule shows that his assets are 31272020 and his liabilities 81278004 Dr Kidwell was proprietor of the Brown Proctoria Phar macy Winchester for about four years Held to Grand Jury Without Bail The examining trial of Ohio Thomas the sixteenyearold youth charged with killing Wm Masters at Valley View two weeks ago was called in Judge Shackolfords court last Wednesday After hearing tho evidence young Thomas was held over to the grand jury without bail Cohen Here Mat S Cohen the noted horseman was in the city Sunday Ho stopped over hero onroute to Lexington from Knoxville whoro ho has been with his string of fine show horses attending the Appalachian exposition Ife won every thing he showed for with his four prize takers Edna Mae Princess Sonia Ken lucky s Choice and Knightly Queen the latter being his undefeated threeyear old Dont forget that the big sample sale will be held on Monday and Tues dy October 3 and 4 Married- Mr Charles F ender of tIlls city ard Miss Ethel Huott of Reran were mar rIM lest Wednesday at thji home of the bride Mr Bender is a valued employe of the Riohmofld Motor and Plumbing Company and is a young man of honesty and iriiegrity Hisbrid is a most at tractive youngr wows The happy couple Irft after the eomnony Sr weddkigtrip They will be at IMMM k his eiCyaft r Oetober kt Medical Society Meets To morrow The Ma4teM OMmty MdieaI SoeMy w1llhodits ns1artiaiitElks Club roOMc tomorrow atter- noon at two oclock This soohrty zedM UilRtoUM QitnMd Cot tMedhml Soctoty to Mt hero en this ooeaawbehpnmisei t be ea 6r the most Interesting meetinglh daring the r wo Jn addition totM visitors from GUard envies I physiciaos from Clark will be UM gents ot UM HaAkwa Mcdieia A diiiMttm I I Juncboa win to ils d Church Notice The regular Baptists will hold a meet ing at the Second Presbyterian church next Sunday at 330 p m All are invited to attend E U Duniur Teachers Meeting Teachers of Educational Division No il held a very interesting meeting at Union City Saturday The welcome ad dress was delivered by C L Tipton and response was mado by Mrs M II Berry A Every interesting program was carried out and a most enjoyable and profit able day was spent Pig With Five Ears Hiram Ely the of near Athens Fayotto county is the owner of a pig with five ears It is over two weeks old and is m strong healthy condition The mother of the pig was a runt given to Mr Blytho by Mr Leo Smith about a year since Farm Sold Dr H R Gibson sold Monday to Sam uel Alcorn of Rockcastle county the farm of 140 acres situated near Kingston and known as tho Barnett farm for 7000 Possession will be given Jan uaryjlst next This is a well known farm and a fine tract of producing land i BybeeMaupin Mr Stone Maupin and Miss Bonnie Bybee both of this city were quietly married in Joffersonvillo last Saturday Tho young couple were attending the State fair and concluded to get married over the river They returned to Rich mond Monday evening and are residing on Estill avenue Accepts New Position Mr H W Scrivener has accepted a position as salesman and collector ror tho J P Martin Coal and Supply Company and assumed his new duties Monday Mr Scrivener is energetic and very popular and is sure to make a big success of his new undertaking Winchester Sun Sentinel Mr Scrlv nor isa son of Mr L M Scrivner of this city and his many friends wish him much success Notice to Tobacco Growers- We the undersigned tobacco growers and land owners of Foxtown Precinct believing that the tobacco question is in serious condition and should be given attention at once bjrtho tobacco growers of Madison county hereby suggest the following plan of action We believe that each voting precinct should meet Saturday Sept 24 at 730 p m and eject a precinct committeeman and then those who are elected in the various Pfecinote should meet Monday Sept 20 at 130 p HI at the court house Richmond Ky and from among their num her elect an investigating committee consisting of five or seven and send that investigating committee to Lex ington to be prawn t at the State or Die trial meeting that is to be held on Sept 27 and 38 This investigating commit tee i elected by the growers of Madison oownty can then report back toUIIlhe exMt conditions Wa mn then do what is MetIOIMm retard to poeHng with she BUrley Tobacco Society We dont believe that the tobacco growers of Mad o county would de stroy Uto pool should it be in our power to ave it fur ire ail how UM goad I has doMand will tie tot us We Itleo knew etlthe harm it willrfo 8hotIWitaUUlia y r IW baUartf w AM pc Fextowa Fj r cfect u4 rth a0ypsM fwtore un tjr tataeeo grower M fa MMUSOR aouoty to ee dtM McgMtiow ItaqwetfnUya i 4poMsba h T noa J Big Store hustIlingDry Goods Companys new store The manager Mr William Bybee is a Rich mond boy who has made good in the business world For several years ho conducted a big storo in Somerset but when the r C railroad moved the division from that point to Danville there were too many high class dry goods stores for the town to support The commercial club of Ashland in duced Mr Bybeo to bring his business to that point which presented excellent opportunities for just such a store The Ashland Independent of last week contains a big ad of his opening He is a son of E IT Bybeo of this city and received his education in the dry goods business with B W Turner Democratic Gampaign Book The Democratic National Congres sional Committee line issued its Cam paign Book and is now distributing it The Committee has no funds save as it obtains them through contributions and is selling the book at 31 per copy or for 50c a copy in lots of ten or more The book is replete with valuable mIever crat should have it and in this year of Democratic effort for supremacy should gladly contribute to the Committee by purchasing tho book Tho Committee did valiant service in Maine with notable results and if Democrats every where will rise to the occasion by their dollar contributions tho Democratic sun will rise triumphantly not to set for fifty years to come Send your or ders or contributions to F F Garrett Treasurer Democratic Campaign Committee 821 15th Street Northwest Washington D C Richmond Horse Winner at Knoxville Exposition Mr Robert Walker of this city won the 225trotting race at the Knoxvillo Exposition with his celebrated horse Lord Arion making nino straight races title splendid horse lisa won Tho following account of tho race was taken from a Knoxvillo paper Six horses faced the starter in tho second race the 225 trot for which a purse of 100 had been hung up Lord Anon a bay horse owned and driven by Robert Walker was easily tho class of the bunch and on account of getting away badly in the first heat finished second to Grace Cecil the property of Asa Bean which won out in 225 12 but after this trial there was nothing to it but Lord Anon for ho won three heats in succession with considerable to spare in each instance While in Knoxville Mr Walker sold his three race horses Lady Vie Black Boy and Canbrune realising splendid prices for those8nhaJsaoo at the same time refused 1500 for Lord Anon We Would Ask For And 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 We have no advertising schemes but will do good work for you and to your entire satis faction As we have no other business and no estate on tho outside our living depends on this and wo have to do CleaningI WorkILackeyIMillinery Opening at the new millinery store in the Hobson building Main Street Richmond Ky Sept 22 23 and 24 Ladies wo have for your inspection a beautiful line of fall and winter hats ranging in prices from 500 down to SOcts We have bought our pattern hats from New York Cincinnati Louisville and Indianapolis thus getting a variety of styles from different markets We also have a number of French patterns ex quisito in design and style Our import ed hats are very reasonable for Paris hats and will delight our customers who enjoy beautiful creations in millinery It is our most earnest wish to please our patrons and wo are sure in our large assortment of hats wo can please tho most cultivated taste Wo make a special study of tho lines of the face and the artistic style of each customer to insure becoming hat pre fering to lose a sale than a friend and customer We guarantee satisfaction with every order and we make no asser tions we are not behind with the goods We are here to please you and sell you hats Wo are going to please you and sell you hats Miss Bottle Azbill as forelady will give you tho most courteous welcome to our store And Miss Helen Jackson our designer and trimmer will carry out any special feature desired by a customer in her order Wo are hero to stay permanently and to do that we must please you To show our ability to do so wo invite comparison in style material and especially in price It is natural to love money A baby will cut its teeth on a dollar in preference to a rattle Come buy your hat from us and save the dollar for tho baby This is a free country every one has a right to buy where they wish Get out of the old habit of buying your hats all atone place all your hats look alike try the new hats the new millinery store and the new milliner We appreciate every don of your trade and will give you the worth of your money The second day special opening for children and misses All ladies most cordially invited Respectfully Mrs LeurTeas Its Good Medicine HL PERRYPHONE 75 MAIN STI pIt 7 r U1 A Clean- Sweep 4c FIJ J H Tl 1iI SALJ tI anything Childrens see fe all wash Ytiu can in get Repectfully W DIOLURAM AND COMPANY have the best TOBACCO STICKS brought to No sap but kilndried Come see rightlH t Blanton=Congleton Lumber Co to Ed Blanton Co NearLA Depot Telephone COST BROTHERHOOD To Join Membership Fee 500 For 60 300 Examiners Fee 100 Supreme Physician Fee 25 625 Membership Fee reduced 60 to 200 425 To Remain each a follows ASSESSEENT RATES Which Include Per Capita and Reserve Fund Dues AGES LOOO lOOOOO 2OuOOO 50 65 115 29 to83years50 70 120 34 to 37 55 70 1-2578t94Oyears55 75 13 41 years 55 1-8542to43yenrsb5 80 140 44 to 45 years 00 80 1 45 45 to 48 years 65 85 Local lodge dues per month whatever your lodge may charge 15c and up per month A Saved is a Dollar Earned Men are Saving Dollars Getting Just the Suit for this time of yearts too foe the bal ance of the simmer and early fall Y till never buy suits again like these for such little prices Finish the season oo l1gweH dressed and have and almost JMTW suit next fprlllg I I igtoonCL 3d Suits il 10 ot ct i2i75V t2000 and Suits L 1575 and Suits 1975 3000 and 3500 Suits 2575 Wearestilt making cut prices in all departments tcloseupand all spring and summer goods our fall season begins Our have been replenished with many new novelties and desirable stuff for your outing troussau at reduced prices by us and extremely prices will be named on thcn for your benefit If you need in Menst Ladies and Low Shoes n ankle pumps and ties jGall and we have the new things in novelties hosiery fabrics ejte save money by buying from us c1n e and posted We ever this market rotten made of sound lumber and Incordorated Successors 425 MODERN OF AMERICA days Local Medical Monthly Payments month MONTHLY 18toayears yearsoo vo Dollar right 2250 25QO 2800 before stocks Goods bought low strap ribbon neckwear Farmera mechanics railroaders laborers rely on Dr Thomas Eclectic Oil Takes the sting out of cuts burns or bruises at once Pain cannot stay where it Is used am The wise man carries both life and fire insurance Dan IL Breck has the best police tf A Weakling i the only way to describe the poor child that is afflicted with worms No matter how much or how olten it eats the woims get all tne nourishment from the food the child gets practically none Whites Cream Vermifuge gets rid of the worms quickly easily and with no bad after eflects Price 25 cents a bottle Sold by Hl Perry alm BENEFITS MODERN BROTHERHOOD OF AMERICA SWhat You Gain AMOUNT PAYABLE At death f50000 1000 200U For accidental loss of hand 12500 250 500 For accidental toss of foot 12500 250 500 For accidental loss of eye12500 2501 600 For fracture of Shaft of bone above elbow 500 tO 100 Shaft of bones below elbow 2500 60 100 Shaft of bone above knee2500 60 100 Shaft on bones below knee 2500 60 100 Shaft of one bone belowkneeu 1260 25 60 Shaft of one bone below elbow 1260 25 60 For Potts frncture1250 25 60 For a Colles fracture i 1250 25 6J Annual payment after 70 years of age 6000 100 200 Certificates Paid is Full From Date el Adoption THATS NOT ALL In time of need the members stand byyou You gain a social time from meetings of your local lodge You belong to a Society having over 148000 Members Morebenefits are paid for the money collected than paid by any other society or insurance company W J NEWSOM STATE MAGR Office with Dr SANDLIN Richmond Ky ++++44G ++++++OUR+++++ + + + t+ ++ ++it New Fallf i ij 1tc4t GOODS Are Arriving Daily prthing Shoes Hats Caps and i JniriishingsV I I The RoyalRome of od Clothes t u U S STANJFER POPFLETG- Rner P 5 QUd3tldMain TeleplJop 675 iiijtfit Frail Wonwn S MBjr women are dragging out weaqrgliyes just because their dig f organs are weak The result k poor circulation nervousness and the oftclleIYlJC j o thestaknowaMhbKBUr coMUpmted mad Jrom etcthatrealecHWmovngYoupet tourWImltll kztttonio like Dr CaUweirt wsa1IIndtMIandthin UiiMM jumc r wIater aalte but Just mich a mOd aMptea aiitta tlBg reluedyae Dr CaidweUi Srra Pepsin Ton ea Obtain a bottle of your rrglet for fifty cents or one dollar and a1 mar n uchto erma nectWes yo Tbocnd of wl4ll1Meott ftIPIlartJ llt the Jtouee and wlexer be without It as it cured then aM e e used wtthafety fHr1member of the family sown to the ttBget child but If you haft never t4ect it take the advice of Mrs Sari tI Cex 455 Twentvflfth Moline HI and Mrs Ellen DuncalioXIIMI4I Ind and send to Dr Caldwen for a free trial hot tie 8ethey did and learn for yourself what It wttl do In your own cue That it trill cure you as it did them there if no teuht pleasedtodesire for yourself or family pertaining to abeolptelYfreeletter and he will reply toyoll in detail For the free sampler simply s nd year name and address on a postal cant erotherwise For either request the doctors address Is Dr W B Caldwell R5INCald well bulWlss HoaUceUo BJ SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS Irrigation Project Surpasses all Precedent The tenmilliondoHarg- overnment irrigation project in New Mexico which will store 650000000 gallons of water and inundate 180 square miles of territory is described by L W Tliavis in Popular Mechanics He saysHaving just completed the Roosevelt dam of the Salt River irrigation project in Arizona the greatest engineering feat of the age at a cost of nearly 9000000 Uncle Sam will now turn his attention toward the construction of a similar project in New Mexico It will be a great reservoir at Engle connecting two diversion dams one located at Leas burg and the other 120 miles north ofEl Paso Texas The Engle reservoir and its diversion dams are intend ed to harness the waters of the Rio Grande River and be of fargreater magnitude than the Assunn dam of the NileIRiver Egypt now the greatest irrigation pro ject in the world The Engle reservoir alone wilL hold twice as much water as the Nile River project will be forty miles in length and reach an average width of nearly four miles varyin from three to six miles In it will be stored approximate ly 650000000 gallons pr 21 000000 acrefeet of water The entire flow of the Rio Grande for three years will be required to llthe reser Engledam10000000 when completed AcknoFwedge It Richmond Has to Bow to the InevitableScores of Endorse ments Prove It After reading the public statement o this fellowBuff el er given below you must come to this cor elusion A remedy which cured years ago which has kept the kidneys in good health since caR ba relied upon to preform the same work in other cases Bead this Nlcltolasollieback ach severely and I felt tired and restli89 Pains frequently darted through my kidneys and were so sever that I found it difficult to stoop or straighten I was also troubled at times by a weaknefs of my kidneys and the kidney secreations were high Iy colored and contained sediment I was contmualy on the lookout for a remedy that would give me relief mid whenI finelly heard about DoS Kidney Pills I began their ree It was only a short time before I found that they were helping me uml the Improve ment continued until rny trouble had givenMaymSTEDANDPROVEN- OnMarohi 2 1903 Mr Hill said h1he benefit derived from the ase Doans Ktesey Pills tins remained permanent j jtladlyeonfirm Biype Ytoiia statement For sale by all dealers Price 60 cIa FttrterMilbiim Co Buffalo No- wYrkaoleeets for the TJaitcdStMts EeweHaber the n rae rtoaaaand lake no other stlm For Rent yFpiir room residence on Collins street possession at once Apply 243 Collins street 2t ForSe Extra good tpba 06ticksV XOWIIJlU toINso 11431 W fIrdlNl1Cr Money to Lon on Good Farm Lands Inrattc eQt iaterwt on rood improved farm UIa onMor4ire Apply Jo J 0 Chwwali Attv ittJ 1uehaIIL- rIL e LOTY sqRv5YoJ- e othoee tronsdiog vhuI s ompee aaU UdrtaIf RICHMONI KENTUCKY i tX Htinley WitI buy tir sell your house farm town lots or any thing else in the Real Estate line Any business intrusted to him will be promptly and carefully attended to See him if his perviees are neel- ed yktWalkMrs Maude ersHair D resting Parlor Come in and have your hair ilrewad in the stwest tyi bnidf sad puffn made toorarJf rwtond to natural coor Hijfk t p lON paid for oombil1fSTwo Mon sues Stocktooi drugstore on m stnot OAwybon 545 ro Wncd9l fMp Moo Oltf Fateta nosy o La trlfc non WtJ Stooktoa son Maly For SaleIrhae several good building lots for sale located on Lancaster and Brack Ave Location drainage ct the very best Most desirable for rtmont hOt or living resld nc ABycjae in tcrcjsted in purchas pleea11 on be owner Mrs D 34 Bright erjhcr eon Dr Bright tf School Music i All parents who Intend to have their children take piano lessons at tile City IIihSchool will please notify Miss Itlarrfct Parrish at once As Is well known Miss Parrish has been engaged by the Board ot Education to have charge of the piano Xossons and parents will do well to sop Miss Parrish in regard to this work at their earliest con vcnicnce tf Notice to Creditors Mary JsMcClititock Admr Plaintff Notice If Creslito- rMaiy7JiIcClinfo Etc Defendants All persons haing claims against the estate of Mary J McCUntock are notified to present same to me properly proven as by law required on or before October 1910 or same will bo barred 4t H C RICE M 0 Ml 00 Notice to Creditors J T Estll Admr Madison Circuit Court vs Order Plaintiff J T EJtill Creditors Defendant On motion of the plaintifT this nusd Is referred to tho Master Commissioner of this court to audit and settle All creditors of the estate are ordered to ap pear before said Commissioner and file their claims properly proven before the first day of October 1910 All claims not presented before that day will be barred 4t II 0 RICE M 01100 Public Sale As administrators of tho estate of Nannie O Gentry deceased wo will soil on the premises on the Union City pike 5 miles from Richmond on Saturday Oct 1st 1910 Between 1 and 2 p rn the following property 117 acres bf improved land with 8 room dwelling stables barns ice- house milk house cistern ever flowing water orchard and all necessary out buildings V TERMS Onethird cash onJanuary 1 1911 when possession will bo given balance in C and 12 months with 0 per cent interest Notes with approved security for deferred payments will be required AnclliRDms t AdministratorsBUTLER Dmlr f PublicS leJ As administrator of the estate of David Chenault deceased I will offer for sale publicly on the premises on Irvine pike one mile from Richmond at tenoclocl am on Wednesday Oct 5 1910 The beautiful suburban homo and about SO acres of land This land is as fertile as can be found anywhere in tin State of Kentucky and would produce the finest tobacco On this land is J modern eight room residence with al necessary outbuildings ant m abundance of fruit and water At same time and place will also sell household and kitchen furniture some hay corn and farming implements carriage cow etc TEBMS The real estato will bo sold onethird cash balance in one and twi years interest at rate of six per cent from date until paId Personal property 10 and under cash over 10 payabk Jan lOll without interest Possession will bo given on day ol sale if desired For further particular call on Mrs David Chenaujt at the farm C F Chonault near by or write J W Elmoro admr Lancaster Ky Loxo TOM CnENAUW auctioneer S215t THE CHURCH SUPPER Dtag4eag edi the big OHSC bell UA W2r tonight aad thlagsto s lj DInongl I oc1are were Im rnagIn oaa vEstry ffr- ivea miai to stick aIKlie ta rkyj For I want donated for inch tWag But my ofc my I How swe ttlait m itol I wkk that lee were goei bt Mbii lot at eracy ytttt tlm toft gTt The bell sung sot abort tiwf Ti AMa mqr swing be fot the MM t AsA oa he ewnugtiere antSaid iowa Wow good ptuter Hf KagewUppisgtiptotip U I taw Meaaakect by all Wten Mr IBB yimtotbes1tcdar iWhi brest the M Ja teelglt 1JJat TW eoaMtc it kwrrijfct T this be tluudHd laiwbttc w7iWM bde treat ftC in tat eyti Jfcf Uh r deeds nKll sweet M this Jywkich riDpwV1IiIN Tbsqht b1n JMM 1lI8Mf wbst cKAsZsAImo5 57 kstj- 1i f i = iecnMc ISpleand Com Oats and Shipstuff Th 2Z3 Commis Sale Wylie Burns Admr ihrs 3 rtflf vs Wylk Barn Hrfrs D dfU Under and rirtol a jw rwecl sad order of atfe in tfe HoYtiHYJed action rendered aLU May terj 1810 of the Madison Ciiwik Cwirt the WMtor ligaed Master Ooinissiener of said court will on ThursdaySept 151910 prealseaIbidder the following d erib 4 property Viz said property oeB 4ste of Jive tracts of land Tract Nol contains 7Jtaeres of land Tract No 2 contains Sff96 acres of lend Tract No3 conUim 58J acres of land Tract Kb 4OoetaindlWOseresbtlcnd- Tract No5 oon aiM 71 15 elandSiW five tracts of land is bounded on the WJ6tby BM pth on the north by the Jaads of J V TeweH etc on the south ythek8e 8t d if Mrs Vylie Rums and oa heeut by the laads of- Ym Burns etc The Commisskmee will offer tract Nos 2 and separately and then as a whole and tho bid producing the most money will be he Commissioner will then offer tract No1 separately then tract No separately Then he will offer tract Nos J 2 3 and 5 asH whole and the bid producing the most money will be accepted Those farms are good land and in small farms and is a splendid opportuBity to buy a good farm at a reasonable price Mr Jefferson Cox will take pleasure in showing this land to prospective buyers Terms This land will be sold on a credit of sir and twelve months time Tho purchaser wilt be required to execute bond with approved security for the purchase money bearing six per cent interest from date of sale until paid to have the full force and effect of a judgment with a lien reserved upon the property until all the purchase money is paid HORiCEM C M C C The Woman of- Your Choice will certainly appreciate a gift of some of tho many articles of Jewelry to bo had here If you want to please her or have a wedding gilt to make come hero and choose it Jewelry Is the best of all gifts and ours is the best of all jewelry dI THE QUESTION Yi Is ita Bed Room Suit Iron Bed Dresser 9x 12 rfcSquare Cooking Stove Range Heater or anything new inybui home Its Easy to Get Them Our Way rcf i Save your Bank account Try our easy payment plan 6ull like it Payments made weekly or monthly suit Your credit is good Give us your order tod- ayLUMANANDrllGGINS Furniture Carpets and Stoves Opposite Hotel GlyndonMain Street Headquarters for Sewing Machines and Suppliesall makes F J YEAGERMAIN STREET RICHMOND KENTUCKY Fresh Oysters DAILYiPho- ne3 V Rlcci Phone 3 130 130 Lackey Colyer Telephone 282 We will on Oct 1st 1910 give away one ful Leather trimmed Rubber Tire buggy valued at1 00 Also a handsome set of Harness with rolled lines and open rolled Bridal valued at 30 This is no humbugIt is a fair deal and legitimate it clearly establishes our appreciation of your trade We will give to each and every purchaser a ticket for every 10 wortu of trade with us Each ticket will represent a shot at the Buggy and Harness on the day of the drawing Oct let 1910 We further propose to sell you any article in our line of a liberal discount below the customary prices This offerw ill save you money when you call in and make you money before you go out See our circulars for full expla nation plenty of them at our Qffice Read Carefully the Articles Below BuggiesBackSurreysRiding quick and Break Harness reasonable Drivo Harness Surrey Harness l First class Horse Shoeing the best Buggy trimmer High Class PaintingBuggy Pads etc ffT o your Binders and mowers quickly re pairedColumbusManyer Buggies complete any job in wood neatly repaired and also have the R L 8 A Buggies Kauffman Buggies finest mechanics Send in your Vehicle for Painting and Repairs Early Lackey Colyer The B stin Jewelrydom Invites You to This Store Wo gathered froaa everywhere good and well Today we are asking your opinion of our stock asa whole We ask for critieUms request your critical looking Andwhea you have seen and bought we are sure you will carry away an impression that willbe sure to bring you Wick Its your privilege to buyer leek just as you please and if you only teefc yemre weloorae c LELANEBi-g J Watch Sign 2iQ Main Street c AREf J P c v OUu= lnterestci iiLiimber Lath 3hles1 Door- s54hl If SO seet f j i t ff b j N t i J itf ToddEct Co Phooe1oo 1Mb il 1 The Hot Blast Air TigHt Florence Patent Again Sustained by the U S Circuit Courtj In the suit of J B How ard against Donat Bros Antwerp 0 for infringe ment of U S patent No 626997 in selling the Globe Hot Blast Stove the TJ S Court sitting at Toledo O has again sustained the J B Howard Combustion patent and held the same infringed by defendants An accountingfor been ordered TightFlorence a wonderful reputation wherever used is fully covered by the J B How ard Combustion patent and Mr Howard is determined to protect his customers in the sale of the Hot Blast Air Tight Florence and to continue the prosecution of infrineers The J B Howard Combus tion is also embodied in the Searchlight Utiity Return Flue Floor Heater a stove for burning anthracite coal 3 which is manufactured by the Utility Stove Range Co of Indianapolis LidS- OLDBY S v D 2nd Street Phone 20 a Well q- lj1tOfagainIf by female trouble you can quicKly get the right remedy to get welL ItsCardui This great medicine for women has relieved or cured thousands of ladies suffering like you from some female trouble TAKE Douglas Simons atnnag t Get t TtQfFor Womens Ills Etrs Fannie Ellisj of Poster Ark sufferedagony for seven years Read her letter about Carani She writes I was sick for nearlydicured Car uiis a Godsend to suffering women Try it AT ALL DRUG STORES L I t JIo Discharge the Aslunan I Cook c I WItJJ- as II With gw eimaes eemfort Svsa thD dlessens kiWr No coal to earry mp no saline to aarry oat AvEs dirt A great dHtDreoMI tibtlr14MIanyaYtIts earttod away by the swhaian aod thats Just ao much wart Burn Gas Instead of Cash l oOM anyei moiMf Bont have to waste H In ajrttim TWp hne Iti nMldyi alIryDorthava to waAeeaak ttw 1 tlweoaWBgis done M voa do with owa fmn Uw fW and von turn off WMU WrIaMirbteh folks never tMumd of beforeU fl RI ondWateTaidUkC l j TeMpbsies