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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rI THE2 cLL1vuLx1 14 R1cIitpNiD yJITi f11 it if tI 1 jftk i 37th YEAR RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 28 1910 NUMBER 17 WALL PAPER I OblsqueFlou is Uncle Sam s Pride For Sale Two t Poland China weight to tf C White and ours also perfect Flour a scientific produdtof the most approved milling methods T1elircad rolls cake pastry it yields aro genuine health roodsthek- ind that combines purity dcliciousness with nouiv fishing Try a bag today ana bo convinced Burnside Robinsonr Coal Lime Salt Cement Sand and Plaster Material Office and Warehouse on LV R R PHONE 142 RICHMOND i No boars about 135 150 Roy The and and high value N t For Rent Elegant flat of three rooms furnished d unfurnished Apply 237 N Second lor Telephone 351 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 fin a town of less than four hundred peo ple with fierce competion on all sides we busir12500000 Resources Peo KvfE L Woods PresWC Fish VPres W G Kemper Cashier O N Terrill Asst Cashier The Right Way to get good work is o buy your paper from n up to date he and get anuPodatepaper hanger Crop Prospects Fine in Nadir son Tho past week leas been a busy one for the tobacco and h of this bcenllinmated to turn Julalmosttw nlYfivo per cent better than was predicted several weeks ago while the hemp crop is reported as falling off considerably this year both in acreage and yield It is said that Madison will raise more tobacco this year than ever beforeknown in the history of the crop notwithstanding that inseveral instances many acres were washed entirely out of the fields during the time earlier in the spring when such heavy rains wore ex- perIenced throughout this section A large proportion or the crop it is said will bo housed this week while on the other hand many crops it is claimed will not ripen In time for cutting before frost falls Heavyearly morning dews combined with recent rains is said to bo responsible for tho lateness of a good many acres that will not ripen in time for cutting IconNcuor is FINE The corn crop throughout the county is said tobe the best that has been grown hero for several years Old corn has dropped considerabley in price hero dur ing the past few weeks in order to make room for tho now Sevoralcar loads of export cattle have been shipped to the export markets from this county during the past week averaging in weight from 1320 to 1500 pounds per steer and the price for thorn has ranged from 512 c to 7c per hun dred Hogs and sheep are still demanding as high a price as usual throughout this section hogs being worth omO toIO while sheep are bringing from 250 to 500 per head I havo one lot of ladies and misses sample jackets the prices ranging from S300 to 1000 Wo will sell them as long as they last for 93c each If A DODBOWSKI I In the cure ofconsumption I concentratedeasilydigestednourishment v For 35 years Iworldwideconsum tion All DrnreUu Phone 2 Wr BAXTER The Cough- Consumption of t Your doctor will tell you that fresh air and good food are the real cureS for consumption But often the cough is very hard Hence we suggest that you ask your doctor about your taking Ayers Cherry Pectoral It controls the tick ling quiets the cough We publish our formulae We btniib alcohol A from onrmediolnef urge yon to ZIPeSWe yourdoctor One of Ayers Pills at bedtime will cause an increased flow of bile and a fsHowingFormul1 glanceDoseUade by mo rc dyer Co Lowell Ttufm High Prices For Hogs The Louisville Times of Tuesday has the following in regard to the hog market Hogs touched 10 in the local market today This is an ad vance of twenty cents as compared with Saturday and the highest prices since April 15 Receipts continued light being only 1300 head Receipts for last week were 3381 head against 15411 in the corresponding week last year and 17903 two years ago Receipts are not largo enough to supply demand and aro being grabbed up in short order There Is considerable wonderment as to why present prices which aro regarded vcrI attractive do not bring more hogs to market since there has been a big profit in feeding corn to hogs for the past six or eight months If hogs wore on a parity with tho price of corn they would not be selling at better than 750 or S The conclusion is forced that farmers have not replenished their stock to normal Heres a Good Idea A neighboring preacher whoso congregation wore in the habit of twisting around to see the Lite comers broke the bad practice by announcing the late ar rivals by name Hero comes Mr Smith and daughter Ho is wearing the same coat he wore last winter and she has ono of those new summer gauze hats with a flaming red rose on top and then goes on with his glowing account of heaven Foolish Rul Emeigencies In gfring dawn a fire escape never precede a lady IOMe of fire leap Irons the nearest window awl turn to the left In drowning do not speak Talking toones self in always bad form but in this emergency it would also bo extremely silly In falling from tho back of a runaway horse always aim to lot the left shoulder hit the ground first as it is far better to break ones arm than to fracture ones skull If a heavy plato glass window falls upon you some cold winter morning dont scream as you might in opening your mouth catch tonsilitis to say nothing of several largo pieces of glass If you happen to bo in a theatre when the cry of Fire is raised sit perfect ly still Of course no one ever does this but it is just as wen to bear the rule in mind Authorities direr as to whether it is better to be trampled to death or burned alive Randolph Forbes The Difference The Sunflower Philosopher makes tho following suggestion to wives If a husband has a way of lookirg thoughtfully the floor out Into the dark or at the grate fire thus causing his wife suspicious that another woman is floating baton his mental vision hero is a way to end it Hang a large picture of him in that room and he will in future spend all his time in front of it A man enjoys looking at a picture of himself just as much as a girl enjoys herself witha hand glass and a pimple with this difference The man doesnt pick at the picture Why Not Get Rid of Catarrh Here are some symptoms of catarrh if you have any of them get rid of them while there is yet tune Is your throat raw Do you sneeze often Is your breath foal Are your eyes watery Do you take cold easily Is yoarnoee stopped up Do you have often Do crusts form in vour nose Are you losing yoursenSB of smell Do you blow your iiasa a great deal morningsDorising or have a discharge from tho noseDoes mucus drop m back of throa Have von ringing noises in the ears HYOSIEI pronounce it Highome is guaranteed to cure caUrrnli coughs colds sore throat bronchitis astma and croup or money back Jnet breath it in Complete outfit including hard rubber inhaler 1 00 Druggists every where and B L Middolton sell VOMEL If you already own an in haler you can buy an extra bottle of HYOMEI for only 50 cents 111 tIjhtktmrt Wrong Way anybody hang PAPER We Retire GO Carts Sell Liquid Veneer Ti rrOne Treason why you will find the rnst llUXMOUS bed in the 3TEARIIS Ie FOSTER I MATTRESS is that the natural springiness the cotton is magnified many times by the Special Web Process ofmaking the felt layers We will explain this to you more fully when you call t Sixty Nights Free Trial 1050 1350 1600 and 2250 be J13E Oldham LackeyUndertaking a SpecialtyDay Lumber For Barn bills and kinds rough lumber in oak poplar and pine Tobacco sticks Poplar laths Write J A STEVENS T HICKS tf Richmond Ky R PenningtonDentist Office next door to Government build ing Richmond Ky Dan H Breck life fire and accident insurance tf The is to buy a Jot 6 old stock and get to for you Phone We r of Vi Sale all W J it I Fire Life Accident and Health Insur anco in tho very best old lino Companies Wm S Broaddus Agt tf Itching bleeding protruding or blind piles yield to Bonns Ointment Chronic cases soon relieved finally cured Druggist all sell it Darns KignletB cure constipation without griping nausea nor any weak ening effect Ask vonr druggist for then 23 ents per box For any pain from top to toe from anv cans apply Dr Thomas TCclectic Oil Pain cant stay where it in used Dyspepsia is Americas curse Burdock Blood JItters conquers dyspepsia every time It drives out jmpnrties tones tha etomach restores perfect di cestion normal weight and good health You Can BuyEverything From t Hamilton Bros WALL Telephone 76 Telephone 136 229 W S O R 0lj L KO BlantonWholesale and Retail Coal Feed Salt Sand Lime Cement and All Kinds of Plaster Material Corner Main and B Streets TELEPHONE 85 We Sell ltay Manton Patterns IOc Each r C M JL E P EH = in Silks Dress Goods Wash Goods Outings Flannels Notions Hosiery Underwear Comforts Carpets Mattings Rugs Trunks Suit Cases Shoes Hats Clothing Overcoats and the Greatest Line of Ladies Tailored Suits Shown in the Li City of Richmond t ti Find out every houses price on every thing you buy Dont let any house consider you as sure Make the house f r you buy from win your trade by Honest Methods and Honest Merchandise at Low Prices t Ii f y SDemandY reason for the low prices and then satisfy yourself it is not a bait Hamilton Bros will give you a reason why they sell cheapere They buy L Enormous Itockst ft LC tn I Lr f Tqpiy cash for all merchandise They sell for cash and lose no debts Their motto is Quick Sales and Small Profits Put Hamilton Brqs to ptesii Get tKegprices on anyjsindard brand merchandised then if thee price is lower than the price you paid youll be gM to save the difference next time a We Have fleayier Stocks and More Classy Styles Than Ever Before r0 0 11j 1 c iiffQ9c c lI = yf Ii il 1 i t t J J A o t um n Stylesr With a Special Price Charm New Fall arrivals in Dress Goods and Silks The handsomest and most complete line we have ever shown These cool days call for anew suit so if you want the Latest in Woolen Goods at the lowest price call and see us for seeing is believing As to o- urSILKS They are the prettiest ever shown in Rich mond and O how cheap they are We have all patterns in Persian plain or changeable Ask to see our nets over the Persian Silks for your new evening dre- ssOWEN McKEE DRY GOODS COMPANY The Richmond Climax rmtMtt niRi er THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO Incorporated A D MILLER Eurron Msktr PRESS u4 FUBLISIERS LEAGUE FBICE 100 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE WEDNESDAY SEP 28 1010 THE Republican administration head ed by Governor Wilson will havo tho honor of being responsible for one of the poorest State Guard this Commonwealth has over known In the Maneuvers at Fort Benjamin Harrison this month tho regular army officers recommended that high officers of the different Kentucky regiments bo firedon account of inefficiency The following telegram to the dailies will explain tho cause The name and the delicious taste of the mint julep for which Kentuckians have long been famous will linger as a pleasant mem ory in the minds of the 200 officers in command at the maneuver camp as a result of the reception held at the Kentucky brigade headquarters with Brig Gen Williams and his staff as tho hosts Early Sunday afternoon order lies were dispatched in every direction with invitations to the officers of the Carious regiments in camp at fnnnpuvor grounds Brig Gen Wil llams called in person upon Brig Gen Hodges and extended to him and his staff a hearty invitation to attend the Tcccplion FLOYD BYRD Democratic nominee in the Tenth for Congress has started after the scalp of Congressman Langley Ho made his first speech at Campton Wolfe county last week and conserva the men say ho will be elected sure His hearers were largely Republicans very sign from the Tenth as well as the Ninth shows the Democratic wave to be taking the counties into its course for a big victory in November This is a Democratic year ASOTHEU promising young bank cash icr has gone wrong Charles Gaines who has been in charge of the bank at Salvisa a hustling little town in Mercer county left suddenly and an inspection- of his books disclosed a shortage of soy craHhousand dollars A wife and child are also wondering where ho is Its hard to explain just how some of these tings happen WE have before us the Special Edition of the Richmond Climax Jt is a 10 page folder well gotten lip thoroughly illustrated and full of valuable readable matter We congratulate Editor Miller upon his success in getting out such a fine sheetMt Sterling Advocate Theyre After Us The following dispatch from Washington should be easily understood and heeded by all subscribers to The Climax It is a case whore the Publisher must dothings ho would rather not viz that of cutting olf all subscribers over a year in arrears Listen to this Newspapers over the entire coun- trY have been given to understand that Uncle Sams postofflco depart Hicht meant business about two years ago when it saul that all mail subscrip tions in tho future must not bo allowed ib be in arrears over twelve months Newspapers in Illinois are now being called on by the postal officials to send them a sworn list of subscribers indicating how many mail subscribers are In arrears over one year The Ie artmentis headed south and as rapid ly as possible covering the nation The enforcement of this means a revolution in the conducting of a country newspaper where credit was geHrously extended by the publishers Jn their subscribers because they knew the subscribers would pay Remember the big sample sale next Xoaday and Tuesday at the garage on Airyme street Doctors Meet TIe Madison County Medical Society WM a very interesting joint meeting in Kiehmood last Thursday with the jQiward county Society in fact the Miffhbor Doctors were the guests of the local Medicos and tho social session JwoYed as enjoyable as tho business eeeioH did profitable The Elks club TobcM were used Those present were nndlinJlArtinW this county Dr Williams of Fordr U Cawley of Berear Dr Sherley of Winchester and Drs of Lan cmftUff and Snowdcn of Pahit Lick Dn lJiarnd Snowden also reported interesting cbes A most interesting and instructive paper on Anuris- mwa read by Dr of Lancaster Md Ilr Gawley who llljutretllrne- el ftt m MI extended trip abroad bflWhted the meeting with a flJerUitted Wbat I saw in Europe if A Soerhsy of Winchester made MMdnstf OR OrpDlIllMioa wh eh- WIis receive Mid interest isli flg1L At 4 oclock itfn liihcli was jun14 The aae Id Soele r ii bMWsk PERSONALS Mrs Emma Cornelison is visiting rel alivcs in Lexington Hon 11 W Smith of Irvine was here yesterday on business Messrs Shelby and Henry Tribblo vis ited relatives here last week Editor T H Pickels of the Register was in Cincinnati last week Mr Otis Waddle of Somerset was in the city Saturday and Sunday Mrs A E Carse who has been visit ing in Ohio returned home Saturday Mr N V White returned Friday night from a business trip to Cincinnati- R J McKee and family have returned from a sojourn at French Lick Springs Miss Van Grccnlcaf has returned from from a visit to Mrs Emma Dickson in Paris Mr and Jlrs Willoughby Wagers will leave this week for Colorado for an in definite stay Editor Green Clay Walker of the Lancaster Record was in tho city Satur day on business Mrs H ll Todd and daughjcr Miss Maggie of Irvine were visitors in the city yesterday Mr W H Atkinson revenue collector is making a trip thru tho mountains on ollicial business Mrs Sue Lcavoll of Lancaster is vis- Iting her daughter Mrs J W Harris on Aspen avenue Mrs Laura Thomson of Mt Sterling enroute to Middlcsboro was a guest soy daughterMrsMr James Wagers the ablo assistant circuit clerk was out of ollicc Monday on account of illness Mrs W S McKenzie and Miss Wirk of Cincinnati arrived Monday for a visit to Mrs A C Scanlon Mrs C II Mainhart and son Donald leave today for a three months visit to her parents in Baltimore Miss Margaret Miller spent Wednes day and Thursday of last week with friends in the country Miss Mary Dunn arrived Monday to bo the guest of Mr and Mrs Frank Robinson on High street fqCincinnatithe College of Musc Mrs n M Lear and daughters Alma and Mary of Paint Lick were here shopping last Thursday Mr W F Gregory of Louisville joined his wifj hero Saturday for a visit to Dr and Mrs R E Million movingintopleted on Smith Ballard street Mrs P F Adams and children of Irvine have been visiting relatives here and in the county for a week Judge and Mrs Jennings Grccnlcaf have moved into their handsome neW residence on West Main street Mrs M C Kellogg and children spent several days last week in Lexington with Colonel and Mrs R C Morgan Mrs Wm Gilkcrson of Blanch was tho guest last week of her sister Mrs Ed Blanton on Woodland avenue Mr and Mrs Wm Mellon and Miss Norris returned to Collese Hill Saturday after a pleasant visit in Cincinnati Mr Edgar Boen of Lawson Mo has returned home after a visit to his mother Mrs J 11 Boen in Kingston Mrs 0 T Wells of Waco has returned home after a visitof three weeks to friends in Middlesboro and Knoxville Mrs Julian VanWinklo has returned to her home in Louisville after a visit here to her mother Mrs James Smith Mr S Howard Boggs formerly of this county and quite well known left Thursday for Xicholasville after a short visit Mrs John E Baldwin isin Cincinnati under treatment of a specialist Her many friends hope for her speedy re coveryMr Clair Bush who has been em ployed for the past year with the J W resignedhisRichard Cobb of Boyle was hero last week looking after important business matters pertaining to the estate of the late Col Caperton grdndsonWoolse home in Hot Springs Ark after a visit to Mrs A O Scanlan Mr and Mrs John W Grider have tripMrgauger at Silver Creek Mis W P Grinstead and daughter Annette of Falmouth and MrsJ W SpringfieldweroguestsMonday Dr H S Sandlin and family leave tomorrow for R months visit in Colorado and New Mexico They will return to Richmond November 1st Miss Mary Bates ami CftlUe Miller Shackelford entertained Jut Saturday Bridgeluncheon Mrs Charles Milner of Louisville ar rived last Monday to ykit her sister Mrs Frank Kotwison on Jltgh street Mr Milner was here to spend Sunday Mrs Frank Walton ami daughter of Allensville arrived today to be the YeghtMrsMiss Dovie Bwlon of Down IM ar rived Thursday fOtRvsitto ndathw here and will spend the winter with bc YalJeyyiewuse Emma White WM the tuMtoM heat Friday at a 6teor cw eaIyc to Mi JMM BMkwatec J W- kis who te I of h =N O1IV M Gourley of BiW yville were in the city Tbundayad Friday They ani prominent joqi business men of ttut section of tbs rtououius ql1IwiUtceot W Y iraUm the well known mr ctmnt of Iferwi W s iii the city tost week oh business lIe say the altendaao at the college this year is about WO al ready Sohool ojt ted on the 14th Mies Mary Goodloe Lackey who has beItl tit II8tolMiMe6 Margaret and Xsrylthrwilreturn to her home in Kansas City the hitter part of the week after a stay hire of several weeks UrO AFisitol Frankfort came to Richmond en XTBOlor trip last week inc- a visit with relatives here On his return home lie was accompanied by IIlli niece Miss Edith Mason of this county Mrs Goodloe Lackey of Kansas Cityf and Miss Mary Lackey of Lancaster were Richmond last Wednesday the guests at the Iwme of Mrs IL M Miller They were enroute from Battle Creek Mich Editor Clarence Woods of the Sigma Xu IcIl3 is at homo again after a sojourn of several months at Crab Or chard Springs He reports one of the best seasons at this popular resort the management has had in several years Mr S R McGinn and family of Beat ty villo were guests several days last week of Mr and Mrs Hurry Scrivor on North Second street Mrs McGinnwas cnrouto home from Choplin Ky where she visited her sister Mrs J W Jack ion Charles S Powell Jr son of Mr and Mrs Charles Powell of this city has entered Leland Sandford university in California for a course in Electrical Engineering Young Powell loft hero last March to accept a position with a telephono company Mr and MrsJLoris Sopor of Danville have returned home after spending several days of their honey moon in this city with the grooms brothers Messrs Charles and Louis Soper Mr Soper is bookkeeper at the Farmers Bank of that city His bride was formerly Miss Alice Dunn of Garrard County Mr and Mrs Willis Hislo havn returned from a months visit to their daughter Mrs L2zio Rogers in Ind pendcnce Mo Mr and Mrs lisle visited in Kansas City Leroy 111 and other western cities and while in that section secured a number of subscribers for the Climax Mr and Mrs J G Taylor spent tho weekend with their daughter Mrs J R White Irvine Mr and Mrs White will soon move to Campton where Mr White Who was former editor of the Estill Herald will engage in the milling business with his father Judge J B WhiteMr antI Mrs W D Oldham and sons and Mr and Mrs Chas Oldham of Mt Sterling formed a pleasant motor party to Cincinnati last week returning Friday night The trip was made in Mr Oldhams big touring car and several days were spent very delightfully tak ing in tho exposition and the different summer attractions of tho city Friends of the groom in Richmond havo received announcement of tho mar riago of Dr Walter Uufliu Ashe to Miss Theresa Kathcryno Geis of New York City on the 7th inst The bride is a daughter of Stephen Geis a prominent resident of the Metropolis Dr Asho formerly lived in Richmond where he stood high in his profession as well as social circles Mr and Mrs J D Dykes worn called to Cincinnati Monday by the serious ill HanleyNippertlysis late Sunday afternoon her entire left side and speech being affected The last news received by relatives here was quietlymanyfriendsgood news from her bedside Invitations are out to the marriage of Miss Alice Cundiff Williams to Mr U Leslie Edwards which will be solemnized at the Methodist Church at College Hill on Thursday afternoon October Cth The brido is a daughter of Mr and Mrs A W Williams of youngladyCollegeHillwith the government at lock no 11 and has many friends in this county The ceremony will bo performed by Rev Beck of the Methodist church Have you taken a guess on the brass bed and other valuable articles in Douglas Simmons Dcalheragos win dow If not try your luck A chance to win a 10 brass bed for 25 cents W fAti UfiromwroihnN I ufarmItems of Interest to The Far g H mer the Grower and the 8 Stockmnne co MMMM OOu oo J Coleman Neff is branching out into the poultry raising business and is hay ing much success with his favorites tho White Rock Ho sold last Friday 15 choice ones for 23 0 M Hulett sold to U S Wyatt 01 12 acres near the town of Bcrca for 100 There is a little boom on in Bcrca in real estate as woli as tarming lands round about Lightning struck the largo barn of Col D L Moore Tuesday at Harrods burg destroying it His span of car riage horses valued at 2500 were killed as was a stallion worth 1000 Tho total loss is 7500 William Campbell of Irvine sold to W W Park of this county two suck ling mules for 10750 There are many buyers in the markets for suckling mules KentuckyhiavoFox of Danville one of the largest mule buyers in the state has paid as high as 100 during the past month What a bumper corn crop will bo harvested in Kentucky and Madison county will have a big slica of it TIn lato summer and early fall rains have cropsinycarsThothe weight of the hanging cars If the price just remains high the corn crop will be as profitable as the tobacco beginthisof the early maturity of the stalk Colorado owned by George Easter brook of Denver and driven by that veteran trainer Gus Macy of Lexington broke a worlds record at Columbus Ohio last Wednesday Tim colt is holder of tho record for 3 year old trotters and reduced his mrrk to 205 34fnara 203 12 The first quarter was trotted In 301 This colt is en bred in all events of his class at Lox ington and will got a big share of the money A special from Shelbyvilla says The record breaking price for farm land in Shelby county was made in the salo of the fifty acres belonging to the relate of tho late Prof William M Wills n for lO0tL John H Hartfonl of this city was the purchaser The property is on the State pike the fairgrounds citylimitsremembered by many Madison county people asa member of the faculty of Central University from its foundation up until about 03 He held the chair of Greek and wasa sehoiar of UM high est order sad grwUly beloved AactioneerTomCdt teIKora weighIngbeing a giant Northern porker which tipped the beam at 1580 al much as ene of Col Joe Bale export bee weigh This recalls two hogs raised in 93 by the circuit clerk whose vOracity otobedoub4edHclbs respectively Tbe heaviest be sold to Mr James it Berea o other he batohe oat sold the HiW1 411 totbTttJilpouDdnrk a N Who can Wet f I II Colored Weddings Tho big Lexington colored fair whieh etoaed a week otgrect festivities on 17Oi f Ute colored lolks of u BfiM Ota undoubt aiy brw jht atewt many decisions oa the Ito young of4es and a few oM ones reeWwi ift this onnaty to wed Several hv aP- plied for marriage licenee a VHe clerks oe the pest week and H is the opInion of clerk Torrill and his deputies that the matches were made at the faIr Conference Closes The Kentucky Con forgaee of tlM JTE ekiircb south closed Monday m liar rodsburg after a weeks meeting The congregation of the local church as well as the public in general will bo glad to learn that Bishop Kilgo returned to this charge the present pastor Rev Crutch field Rev D W Robertson is also re turned as nresldingEfllerOlherapa- ppointments of interest to the local congregation are College Hill Rov Vanderpool Nicholasville Rev J W Crates London Rev W S Grinstead and HightendSi Rev C A Taguo Home Again The well known driver and trainer Happy Robt Walker is at homo for tho winter season after a most successful tour of the Kentucky and Tennesseo fairs His leading winners this season were Lord Arion that won nino straight races and defeated the best trotters on tho circuit Lady Vie runner won 12 races and Black Boy another runner came in for a big share of winnings It is one of the best seasons Mr Walker has had considering the bad weather ho was forced to go up against at several of tho Kentucky fairs At Knoxville after Lord Anon had won a fast race ho was offered 1500 for him ills string will include a list of fast ones next season Mr Walker is one of the most popular oampaigncjs in the State Claims Its Oritical Clarence LeBus leader of the Burley pool has made his farewell plea and in part said The tobacco situation is critical The growers haVe not support ed trio 1910 pool as they should have done There is imminent danger of the pools collapse The time is almost too short for a rally but every man who does not want to see tobacco land bank stock and business in gen eral go down in a crash should sign his tobacco at once 2W believe the board of directors of the Burley Tobacco Society will make every effort to prevent a crash Wo believe they will do their best to sell the 1JOD pool to the manufacturers Failing in that wo anticipate an early flooding of the market with the holdings of that pool and a tumble in prices The crisis is at hand Take warning Happy Couple Although everything possible was done to keep the wedding of Miss Bernice Belcher and Mr Marshall Prewitt a secret the news leaked out and after ton hays of separation tho young couple were forced to announce the fact last Sunday They are now preparing to go to housekeeping jn Winchester where the groom resides Both are well known here and the marriage is tho culmina tion of a happy courtship of several months Miss Belcher had been tho guest at the home of II Clay Stone on Elillsdalo avenue Thursday the 15th the groom came over and after a con sultation it was decided to w dThu ceremony was performed at the homo of Row Barnes pastor of tho Christian church Lancaster avenue ho officiat- in In some manner tho father of the bride caught on and the secret was out Tho bride is a former resident of Forth and Is very popular It was their intention to not announce the wedding until the first of the year Tho license were issued in Knoxville Tcnn Teachers to Meet The Teachers Association of Educa tional Division No 5 of this county is preparing for an interesting meeting to bo held at Cottonburg on Saturday October 1st A full attendance is expected and the following program has chargeSongDototional Exercises Prof I H Boothe NolandMusicHow to Secure a Right School Spirit Miss Alice Whitlock and Miss WilliamsMusicKOOX HKCES3 Afternoon Exercises 130 p m How Conduct Morning Exercises Miss Bertha Uiinm and Miss LongSchoolMusic School Sanltalionu Miss Ferguson WhitePrimary CultonHowEducationMrs Dillon and ReynoldsMusicAttitude of Parents toward School Miss Frona Williams and HanimQucrryBox AdjournmentMiss President Miss Mary Ilnmm Secretary + + + p ++4+ + + +4 School News 1 Items ol Interest from SHpt t Nolands OUIce and the tCounty In General l +++ + ++ +++ +4 + + + ++4 Madison county should feel prowl of her Superintendent of schools as he U the right man in the right place His popularity was attested at the recent election when ho was rcchoscn by a nice majority And he is fulfilling with much efllect every obligation of the high office The school year 1010 11 promises to be a banner one With a conscientious board of Education working In perfect harmony the public schools of Madison county are steadily pushing forward in thin great educational movement of the countryThe Board has jnst finished the erection of two new school houses one at Newby and the other in the lower Pooscy neighborhood Also u com wodious buhldingat Bear Wallow in eastern portion of the couny In theI ton to these now building has be completed for the colored children at Jacks creek Before many months every school district in need of a newor larger buildIng will bo accommodated Twentyfour pajIhi from the ou oly having passed thin required examination for entrance to the ounty high school were admitted at the opening of thin school the first week in month Under a contract the Richmond ugh s Mh take th f comity pupils This win done to save the cost of treetNtg iI nw building Thin contract for sew eral yews Last iLeost thin cotmty altttteover 9400 aDdthls term Will run near a 11000 19noltbeg ist thihgs connected with be new soKool Jaw is the dividing of the county into duestlonaDivlelo- nsdthomni tii n of the teaobsn hi eetiftk hem proven a wonttHfe MdvaMWMtti Uiwuda b1r education and ptparaT taeba tnr s Iweaw kaowI e of wh ttoao in the school IIDDkionNCI IheMs a met at Utobnri s May Octihtlm o Hurrying Tobaooo growers are hustttog to house the ce before trOt Make s4jper anae fhe iuol the wwii im XadiV sea has Wen dsyedoo aocuunt of weather eoadHkms whWh is inter ferred with the igrowi the pint season A big acreage is being g thor U in probably doubie that of any other pro vious year ned much new barn room will have to be prepared to bold it Bo Sure to visit the fish pond at thin gnrago on next Monday antI Tuesday Ad Imtntstrae As administrator of Dr David Bcn heLl deceased I will on Thursday October 27 19101 at the od home place near Foxtown in Madison Co Ky Sell publicly all thio1 live tock farming implements household and tchen furniture belonging to tho estate of deceased viz 11 largo uico work mules in good condition 1 2yoarold horso mule 1 yearling mare mule 1 suckling mare mule 3 thoroughbred brood mares regis tered byJIlYThis maro has record of 219 11 1 big nico rockaway maro 1 thoroughbred and registered golding three years old by Ilandsol and out of Autoharp thoroughbred filly by Ilandsol and out of Crenan 2 years old registered 1 thoroughbred gelding by Handsel and out of Autoharp 2 years old registered 1 thoroughbred filly by Handsel and out of imported Cherry Button 1 year old registered 1 thoroughbred colt by Hand el and out of Crenan 1 year old 1 yearling colt out of Autoharp 1 yearling filly by Lovelard 9234 by byJaybred filly 1 sucking colt by Haxhall 2 Mexican burros gentle for children to ride and drive 3 milch cows and calves 5 meat hogs 1 sow and pigs Farming implements consisting of wagon and harness 2 McCormick grass seed strippers Champion mower hay rake etc- Household and kitcheh furniture Beds and bedding Extension dining table and chairs two handsome book cases China Cabinet Davenport Sofas Wardrobe bureau tables chairs carpets rugs etc 1 30 horse power E JI F Studebaker verylittle2 buggies and harness Sale will begin promptly at 10 oclock AH sums of fifty dollars mind under cash Above fifty dollars a good note payable at Madison National Bank on or before Jan 1911Waller Bennett Admr Immediately following above sale and at tho same place the undersigned as agents and Attys in fact for all the heirs will sell publicly two tracts of land 1 The Dozier tract of about SI acres on the Red House Road about 18 miTe from Foxtown This farm is in rood hingbarnments incident to a home 0 W Davis lives in the dwelling and will taKo pleasure in showing tho place to any who caro to see it Tract No2 of about 145 acres to bo determined accurately by survey is tIm north half of thin Bennett homestead just north of Foxtown in Madison county Kentucky beginning at George Phelps front gate on the Richmond and Lexing ton turnpiko and running with the snid pike towards Foxtown about 12 nile thence leaving the pike ind running almost duo west to George Phelps line and Phe1pMrsnec thence with Phelps Bemiet l1 ill0 beginningOn barn cistern and other improvements Dr Rullcdge lives in Iho dwelling and will give desired information to interested partiesTerms Ono third thin purchase money must be paid in cash on January 1911 and tho balance in one and two years from January 1 1911 evidenced by two notes of equal amounts bearing C per cent interest Lien retained for de ferrcd payments Possession given Jan nary 1 1911 AUysWWarfield C Bennett heirs u U II Bids For County Infiitnary for 1911 The Madison Tiscal Court will receive sealed botsupteTuyOkJ 1610 at 10 oclock a m for keeping the County Infirmary during the year 1911 said bids to be deposited with the County Judge the Court reserving the rigfct to reject any and all bids l1e successful bidder will be required center into eon tract with tho County atvtl givo bend with good ecuritYI rot the faithful per formanc thereof said successful bidder is to have free of charge all thin land appertaining to the County Infirmary except the field lately sown in grass be tween said Infirmary and the Richmond antI Union road cotvtainins about 23 acres which pasture is reserved the balance of tho land to remain in grass except that now used ns garden which may be used for garden purposes The said Superintendent be required to tako charge of nil buildings located on the infirmary farm and keep thetA and the said farm in repair keep the quarters of tho inmates clean mimi comfort able to furnish nil necessary fuel for cooking and heating purposes and all provisions and soap and other necessaries required by the inmates see that their food is properly prepared cooked and served to do tho necessary sewing and making up of garments caro for thin inmates in a kind and humane man ner and maintain proper discipline to furnish an inventory of all tIm County property on said Infirmarv premises and account for same when tho contract expires to see that thin beds and bedding mind clothes of the inmates is kept clean and care for said inmates when sick The County will furnish the successful bidder all necessary beds and bed ding clothing and matoriarfrom which clothes are to be made for tho inmates and require said inmates to perform all labor for which they are capablo in and about tho Infirmary property Rids will bo received on the basis of so much per week and part thereof for each inmate Tho County will settle with thin Superintendent every three months on tho basis of the settlement submitted to tho Fiscal Court by Re coiver of the County Infirmary Successful bidder will bo required to execute a contract with the County em bodying in substance thin above provis ions which contract must be approved by the Fiscal Court W R Shackclford County Judge MJSIC Pupils Wante- dII soliciting class in piano and vocal music lessons to bo given at my home on North street For further particulars apply toJ Miss Mary Traynor sO Races The races at Lexington last week wore attended by ninny Madison county lov ers of the sport The Kentucky Association has been revived and tho meet ing last week was one of thu most suc cess fill ever held as well as the spring races Big fish Cot T J Coof Kirksville brought to thin city Monday one of the largest cat fish caught in the river for a long while It weighted about JO Ibs and was what is known as a mud cat lIe ex hibited it in front of Joes Monday morning to a large crowd of people lIe has been fishing near tho Valley View locks whore thin monster was hooked on a trot lino Anxious Hunters On account of the lateness in harvest ing the tobacco crop thin fox limiters of tto county havo been denied tho sport up until the present limo Thin dogs running in the field whore thin weed is still standing playhavoc with it and in many adjoining counties serious trouble has been narrowly averted between thin owners of dogs and thin growers Tho crop will have all been in by the lint week in next month Gom Up Big Hub Dawson the Versailles boy who was purchased from thin Richmond Jail club by Minneapolis is making a record for himself although ho has been kept on thin bench a greater part of tho season Saturday ho caught a line game against Toledo but his team lost on account of inability to hit Dawson secured one of thin four hits allowed his team put outfivo men and hopingplace next season Sunday he caught a double header A Check On The State Bank is a check on your payments When it comes back to you it is an indisputable receipt for your money Payment by check is a cheek on spending too You think twice before drawing a cheek And the second thought often results in y u n it drawing it at all Open an account and youll save in spite of yourself State Bank Trust Company Richmond Ky Taylor L Old halT Invite your attention to their ModeI Radiators and Wonder Oak Heating Stoves The best the market affords WeSeIl the Best Cooking Stoves Made We also sell and recommend the SUPERIOR WHEAT DRILLthe best made TAYLO1tOLD 11AM Ladiesii ReadytoWear Garments iOur Fall Stock js Wow rl1 You are invited to call and irispect t our handsome tock s MtiJ Bar1 QWiY InIWhFJYeagr West MainstRichmond yI f 5 i Ji i ji r youcan get a high grade Suit or Over coat made as you want it and that will give tliorougkatls factionat from 30 to 50 per cent less than average tailor s charges if we send your measure to Ed KPrice Co Largest tailors In the world or GOOD madetoordcr clothes Look over their assortment of beautiful Fall Woolens and fashions exhibited in our tailoring department and make a selection while the lineis new and com pleteWe know one of their suits will make you a permanent customer only and but the that term them wear A of wear and splendid styles is most Boys Clothing and is you In to this jou have ad of what is by the stock is this city n Notice lo Creditors All persons claims against the estate of John Taylor are requested to file same on or before Nov 1910 properly verified as required by same will bo barred 928t J E Grccnleaf Lost Large red fox hound with white toes and few naked spots on body Return to urdersigned and reward 928nt It II PUBLIC SALE Wo will sell at public sale at 10 a m on the premises on thin Tates Crecjc pike miles from Richmond on Saturday Oct 29 the following to wit 5 milch cows 3 jersey heifers one 2 year old steer 2 yearling saddle fillies 1 and 8 pigs 7 jennets 2 yearling jacks 1 roller 1 mower 1 harrow 2 corn planters 1 coin sheller 1 low wheel wagon a cultivator several plows some farming implements 1 surrey and buggy mid other things too numerous to mention Terms made known on day of sale and Annie Deatherage PUBLIC SALE and Renting Having to leave the county on account of ill health I havo decided to rent my farm for the year 1011 at 10 oclock a m on Tuesday Oct 11 910 Tho farm contains 337 acres and is known as tho Willis Ilislo place on Muddy Creek between Waco and Cot logo Hill About 15 acres to be put in corn and about S acres in tobacco Two good tobacco barns on the property On the farm is a good ten room residence good cistern and all necessary out build ings and an abundance of water ice house good orlmrd mind vineyard Will Also Sell the Follow ing Stock 7 long vcarl in cattle 2 extra good milch cows and calves 3 brood marcs 5year old ware Mahogany 2 yearling horse colts Torn CoviagtOB and Anon 1 2year old Ilaxhall horse coVtV Norman colt V1 2year old Jackc2 jack colts I jennet V 1 jwir yearling mari lRuJeS v l2 year old mule if j1 span of Old bece mutes 8 sows and pigs J30 VaTes of hay f aOi bseshek potatoes 309 barrels eom 400 shocks of foMW W shocks of eM2 wagon MdWntwe Thbugglee 2b4koarIs rI mowrnamah1a j v1 hay rake Jt enttIaO tidisehariow i 1 corn shelter f MMCMAfeleueItl acid kMciuynjI gPOinoukmTerms IMde Oetj Sam Hise iJHow Much Do YouWant 0 rJTo Invest In Your NEW FALL SUIT 1015 or 20 fl At any of these figures we can supply you with garments that are at least a little bit better in fabric and workmanship than you will be able to secure elsewhere u o Brcwn will be very strong and we have an assortmert consisting of every conceivable shade Gray will be very popular The fabrics are extremely beautiful and softtoned effects are much in evidence Worsteds Tweeds Cheviots Velours Clays and soft Thibits are in the lead The colors are very fancy light shades being the most popu- larGOOD CLOTHING FOR BOYS This great Boys Clothing Store is filled to over flowing with splendid garments Every suit in our store was made by tailors who are experts in the art of making Boys Clothing Not are they well stylishly made materials are such onemight resisting combination good desirable in that what secure here addition the vantage selecting from far greatest that displayed in lIj E Elderhaving deceased receive Crooke 1910 sow Misses Pattie mare mare hneoday Just Look at Our Meats will give you an appetite Just a single taste of them will restore your old time heartiness Try one of our rib roasts or a nice piece off the round Or a saddle of lamb or mutton if you are so inclined Youll get tender juicy meat whichever you choose for that is the only kind we keep C C CULTONSuccessor to Douglas Culton 12I Peoria Drill Dont Over Look the Best The greatest Drill of the age Has put new life into wheat thathasthis Drilluntil you see it You cannot afford to buy until you know its features over others For further information call and see D B Shackelford Co Hardware Tinware Stove and V Farm Implements S Xa I t CtA Sweep SALEA I you anything in s Ladies and Childrens Shoes n ankle see new usComeI DiOLDRM AND COMPANY We have the best TOBACCO STICKS brought to this market No rotten sap but made of sound kilndried lumber Come and see for yourself The price is right Blanton=Congl ton Lumber CO Incordorated Successors Ed Blanton Co L A Depot Telephone 425 Fresh Oysters DAILY I Phone 3T Ricci Phone 3 The Woman of- YourL Cho- iceF certainly appreciate a gift of some the many articles of jew lry to be hero If you want to please her or a wedding gift make come here choose it Jewelry is the best of all and ours is the best of all jewelry J j u i to i to I J YEAGER fMAIN STREET KENTUCKY Earaed Men are Saying Dollars Getting just tile right Suit for this time of year Suits too lor the bal ance of the summer and early jail Youll never buy suits again like for such little prices Finish the season looking welldressed and have and almost new suit next Spring 1500 and 1800 Suits 1275 2000 and 2250 Suits jj 1575 2500 and 2800 Suits 1975 3000 and 3500 Suits 2575c We are still making cut prices in all departments to close up andall spring and summer goods before our fall season begins Our stocks have been replenished with many new novelties and desirable stuff for your outing troussau Goods bought at reduced prices by us and extremely low prices will be named on them for your benefit If need Men Low strap pumps and ribbon ties Call and uswe have all the things in ever Near F RICHMOND these Acknolwedge It t Richmond Has to Bow to the InevitableScores of Endorse ments Prove It After reading the public statement of this fello wBuffei er given below you must come to this conclusion A rem edy which cured years ago which has kept the kidneys in good health sines can be relied upon to preform the same work in other cases Read this NicholasIIvilleback ached severely and I felt tired and restless Pains frequently darted through my kidneys and were so sev ere that I found it difficult to stoop or atlimeshighlywas continually on the lookout for a remedy that would give me relief and when I flnelly heard about Doans Kid ney Pills I began their use It was only a short time before I found that they were helping ma and the improvement continued until my trouble had givenMayTESTED AND PROVEN On March 2 1908 Mr Hill BalduThe benefit derived from the use of Doans Kianey Pills years ago has remained permanent I gladly confirm my pre vious statement For sale by all dealers Price 50 eta FosterMilburn Co Buffalo Now York sole agenta for the United States Remember the name Doans and take no other stlm H G DOTY SURVEYOR solicngo of those its patronneding ser vices of a competent man Address RICHMOND KENTUCKY Money to Loan on Good Farm- Lands Tho Northwestern Mutual Life In surance Co will loan money at t per farmlandsApply to J C Chenault Attv 69tf Richmond Ky Thewise man carries both life and fire insurance Dan H Brock has the best police tf f 0Uf 44444444444444444+44 44444444444444444444 + 444444 + +V4 + 44444444 New FallI GOODS Are Arriving Daily Clothing Shoes Hats Caps and Mens Furnishings The Rays10 uofIJClottc r I JSSTIERPRR1EToRC- orner J pc Mf TeWph0l1e675 e 0 t u A A iJ jjt4i LFne Dyspepsia1I Sample SulferuErCHRifHliseatoft are wak peppermrntlozenges cures are only makeshifts in the cure asehnmJcoeththg that will not oiIy rellve lilt Uveapparatl8toand this theM tmple remedJM cannot do There ie something Mora to the ours Ute1heaUtUtiw gestlve tasredtents will not CUTS lndlgeeUoBitQUlrea a sctenUBc laxative We kaow of ae remedy that combines these re CQidweWasyrupa quarter of a century luatlveural ingredients for the cure of eon sourrtoseathptataU Its ingredients will so strengthea musclesthaturally and when that has been accom Fannietuartsufferer aa was O Tuck fOUMthelrcurewithvinced that pills and tablets salts dys onlytemporary bettieLaterhaving Pepsinotdollar a bottle pleasedtodesire for yourself or family pertaining to absolutelytree detaiLFororotherwIseCaldwellSOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS The Richmond Climax PERT THE CLIMAX PRINTING Cti Incorporated A D MILLER EDITon Mrnltr ef PRESS lid FFICE 100 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE WEDNESDAY SEP 28 1910 Foxy Old Mule There have been trick mules and more trick mules but when it comes to the genuine article a longeared specimen owned by Council man George Koehnline of Bridgeport Ohio has them all backed off the boards The particular stunt of the animal which is creating so much interest is his ability to dislocate his right front leg at the knee joint whenever there is a hard days work ahead A few days ago the owner had arranged to do some heavy hauling The mule suddenly went lame and had to be unhitched and assisted to the stable A veterinary was summoned and he found that the right front leg was dislocated at the knee It was with great difficulty that the bone was restored to its proper place The text day the mule seemed to be as good as new and was taken out for work when the leg again became unjointed The mule was given another days rest and the leg went wrong the third day Mr Koehnline decided that he would not summon the mule doctor for awhile and the heehaw was taken to the stable Being suspicious that the mule was working a bluff game the owner secreted himself in the stable where he could watch the mule In about an hour the mule decided that all was well and arose to its feet The disjointed front leg was given a swing outward and the bones came together with- a crack The mule then be gan eating hay as though nothing had happened You cannot afford to buy your drill until you understand the merits of tho Peoria shoo and disc drill D D Shackelford Co To Hang Skirt An easy way to hang a skirt when you are making one at home is to lay on the floor a book the thickness of which is the desired distance grundThenit firmly at the waist and stand beside the book so that the material touches or lies over it and then turn slowly around It is then an easy matter for a second person to turn up the hem or cut off as may be desired at the line indicated by the edge of the book and you will find your sk perfectly level We find this sensible ifem in an exchange Despite the increase of the automobile industry there is a stead ily increasing demand for gbgd r horses There SMS never been a time when a good broodmrezoightJy fOatbmoney than one will ai the present time Farmers should keep this in mind and raise mor hcr i J Newspaper As A Booster C In speaking eforeth Northern IDevelovement Association recently Leroy Bouchaer of the Miineapolis Tribune said Every commercial organi zation oughtto include all the newspaper men in the dis trictfor these men who study nothing but the best methods of making people read what they write can be of assistance to a community in making people read its messagerno use to have a a splendid article for Eale if you cant sell it Make the news of your community readable and you neednt worry about publicity If you keep telling people what a fine state they have what plendid farms what un excelled advantages they will talk about it and spread the gospel and they wont do it unless you keep telling them If the newspapers talkabout their towns every day every week their readers will follow their lead IMrsersHair Dressing Parlor Come in and have your hair dressed in the newest style braids and puffs made to order Braids restored to natural color Highest prices paid for combings Two doors above Stocktons drug store on Main street Office phone 515 residence 202 0 Mo The local option held in Lebanon in August and which resulted in a victory for tho wets by thirteen votes has been declared null and void McCreary First in The Stakes There is one thing very noticeable in the gubernatorial contest for the Democratic nomination and that is that while you may hear people say that they will not vote for others of the candidates it nominated no one ever says that he will not vote for Senator McCreary if nominated The reason is that the former Senator has always kept in the middle of the Democratic road has antagon ized no faction and has few if any enemies in the party to which he has given the allegiance of a life time At Louisville Thursday we heard no other name than McCrearysseriously discuss ed So far as we were able to discover it is McCreary first 110 matter what method is adopted for the nomination Senator McCreary was at the fair and was always sur rounded by admiring friends Of course the other aspirants all have their friends but like it was said of nominee Harding in Ohio McCreary is the second choice of everyone of whom he is not the first He is looking like a twoyearold and assured the writer that he had not and would not enter into any sort of combination that the Louisville Posts pipe dream was not true in any particular which however was so patently cooked up that no denial from him was necessary V P Walton in Lexington Herald School Music All parents who intend to have thou children take piano lessons at the City High School will please notify Miss Harriet Parrish at once As is well known Miss Parrish has been engaged by the Board of Education to have charge of the piano lessons and parents will do well to see Miss Parrish in regard to this work at their earliest con vcniencc tf Something Worth Weeping For The old genleman who had seen better days picked the yelling urchin out of the gutterCome come he said Whats all this trouble An attendant youth volun teered the explanation Please sir es lost is glarss alley aplayin mar bles Well dont cry soothed the 0 G WJI S B D patting the still sobbing youngster on the beck Heres a penny for you to buy some more The tears burst forth afresh I ouldnt cry if I were you urged the benefactor Yyyes yer would gasped the weeping oneif youd bbeeh an lorst yer farvers glass eye Answers James Huniey MuefarmtoWl1lOts else in the BOil Estate line Any busimw lntrted to trim wilt be promptly aid- camunv to See him 1t 1alerneea ire need- HlL PubliCoSale An administrators of he estate of Nannie C Gentry deceased we will sell os the premises on the Union City pike 5 miles from Richmond on Saturday Oct 1 st 1910 Between lar2p m the following property 117 acres of improved tend with 8 room dwelling stables terns Ice house milk lions cistern ever flowing water orchard and all necessary oat buildings JanuaryIItbalance in 0 and 12 months with 0 percent interest Notes with approved for deferred payments will be required AKcniG DUNN BnrtER DunN Administrators Public Sale As administrator the estate of David Chenault deceased I will offer for sale publicly on the premises on Irvine pike one mile from Richmond at ten oclock a m o- nWednesday Oct 5 1910 The beautiful suburban homo and about acres of land This land is as fertile as can be found anywhere in the State of Kentucky and would produce the finest tobacco On this land is a modern eight room residence with all necessary outbuildings and an 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 TERMS Tho real estate will bo sold onethird cash balance in one and two years interest at rate of six per cent romMato until paid Personal property 810 and under cash over 10 payable Jan 1011 without interest Possession will bo given on day of sale if desired For further particulars call on Mrs David Chenault at tile farm C F Chenault near by or write J AY Elmore admr Lancaster Ky Loxo TOM CnESAULT auctioneer 824St For Sale- I have several good building lots for sale located on Lancaster and Brock Ave Location drainage cct the very best Most desirable for apartment house or living residence Any one in terestcd in purchase please call on the owner Mrs D M Bright or her son Dr Bright ti- THE CHURCH SUPPER II Dingdong said too big church bell A supper tonight and things to eon Dingdong I I do declare Here Im in on a vestry fair Ive a ndto stick and refuse to ring For I wasnt donated for such a thing Butmy oh my I How sweet that smells I I wish that coffee were good for bells I ForateverypulltheeeaiongaroThe And at very swing he got the scent And on he swung there all content Said down below good pastor Pipp Fingers tapping tip to tip St I have been asked by all whore here To say unto the sister dear Who brought the coffee here tonight That we consider it her right TothusbethankedinpnbllcwseShe MayallherdeedssmellsweetastthBywhlch Thought blushing Mrs Jones I knew What CHASE AHBOSHS brasdwoalj doGood you know are only lent And she smiled in deep content W dfl McKinney FancyGroceries Oats and 5hipstuff Telephone 223 THE QUESTION SquareCookingIts Easy to Get Them Our Way I youlllikev credit is good Give us your order today LUMANANDHIGGfNS Furniture Carpets and Stoves Opposite Hotel Glyndon Main Street Headquarters for Sewing Machines and Suppliesallmakes The Double Flexiblojointednot track at any time there is na interference of parts and tho turn is made without extra oxertion from either driver or team Thero is no strain on any part of the Harrow and the ground is worked just the same NoDoublewould cause a severe twisting strain in turning and leave a series of holes and ridges at the turning points singleIIarrowXLmade in 4 5 6 and 7 foot sizes suitable for 2 3 or 4 horses It is moderate in cost being materially less than the cost of two single Harrows But price should not be tho prime consideration Ellicioncy and capacity should come first The question should be will the Harrow do enough better work and enough more work to make it a good investment It certainly will In quality of worJj better pulverizing more perfect leveling H it is worth all it costs and more In capacity it is il6 equal of two single Harrows of the same width and in the saving of time labor and horses will easily pay foritsolf in a single season All that we claim for tho Imperial Harrow we guarantee it to perform in tuo field It is sold on this con dition the purchaser himself to be the judge of results Douglas Simmons Deatherage Second Street Telephone 20 Mound City Paints may cost a trifle more butt Stockton son 24nly Notice to Creditors May J McClintock Admr Platntff Notice to Creditors Mary J McCKntoek Etc Defendants All persons haing claims against the estate ot Mary J McClintock are noti fled to present same to me properly proven as by law required on or before October 1 1910 or same will bo barred 4t H C RICE M C M 00 Notice to Creditors J T Ettll Admr Madison Circuit Court vs Order Plaintiff J T Estlll Creditors Defendant On motion of the plaintiff this cause is referred to the 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 tho first day of October 1010 All claims not presented before that day will be barred 4t H C RICE M C M 00 The Best in Jew lrydom Invites You to This Store We gathered from everywhere good and well Today we are asking your opinion of our stock as a whole We ask for crIticismsrequest your critical looking And when you have seen and bought we are sure you will carry away an impression that will be sure to bring you back Its your privilege to buy or loofiftust as you pleaseand if- Tv you only look youre welcome L E LANEBig Watch Sign 210 Main Street AiET T y y OUa Interested n Lumber Lath5hihgles poors 3ah Etc Ilso see O ToddEdwards LncPhone 100 I Ut Jeb4 K ft ir 4 HARROW 3OFTelephone 282 fulLeatherAlso a handsome set of Harness with rolled lines and open rolled Bridal valued at 30 legitimateitwill give to each and every purchaser a ticket for every 10 wortn of trade with us Each ticket will represent a shot Oct1stline of a liberal discount below the customary prices This offerw ill save you money when you call in and make you explanationRead Carefully the Articles Below Horse collars Back and all medium Buggies BandsBreakFarm Carts Riding Bridals Road Wagons and Surreys Break Harness Rubber tier the best put on quick and DriveHarness reasonable Surrey Harness First class Horse Shooing the best Buggy Pads etc Buggy trimmer High Class Painting Houghton II es your Binders and mowers quickly re Columbus BucgicsPiirelManyor BuggiesllIacksmltlung complete any job in R L I A Buggies wood neatly repaired and also have tho Kauffman Buggies finest mechanics Send in your RepairsEarly 4 Lackey Colyer Get Wellyou are sick you wish to get well dont yon andmiseryyoucanrelievedYOU from some female trouble TAKE l CARD UIl For Womens ins En Ijtanie Ellia of Footer Ark suffered agony for ternyears8 Bead her letter about Cardai She 1rI t1wu iick lot nxiydieeared Cardui iiia Ckxlsend to suffering women Try it AT ALL DRTO HTOKKS t it 1112 3L Dining Room Suggestions 1are here galore We can show you every kind of furniture from the plainest to the rich est and most elaborate And no matter what kind of table chairs sideboard china closet etc you select you will find a style and solidity far superior what you would ordinarily obtain for the price you pay us BENNETTandHIGGINS r UNDERTAKING BuyingYour is risky business risky to your pocketbook Its ro Idle dream that prices will soon advance You know itso do we Save money by lolling us fill your bins NOW The satisfaction is well worth both the cost and trouble Telephone H- Ote Red Ash Jellico Arehave tIle exclusive sale A trial order will convince you that onrs is a little better than you have heenjrettlnfrelsewhere RIll possiblyless Fall Weigh or Coal Forfei- tedWWBroadthisCo Orchard Street Lime Cement Etc If you are going to sell out ind want your goods to bring ii they are worth get J W Shearer White Hall Ky con luct vour sale His niirges are reasonable Come to Owen JIcKee Richmond Ky for dry goods and notions Others do and why not you tf Mr Robt R Burnam has added to his Fire Insurance Companies The Henry Clay Firo Insurance Co a Ken lucky company with 500 000 capital and surplus Support a home institution and demand a policy in this new com pany If Found t Gentlemans watch and chain Call on L 11 Scrivncr For Sale Few thousand second hand brick J D King Son tf 219 Moberly avenue for Sale Extra go od ROBIKSOK 01431 West Irvine Ky For Renl I desire to rent my house and about nine acres of land situated on Big RIB avenue For further particulars see the undersigned 9282t John Allman for Sale Two story house If rooms 3 halls good location bath gas and all modern conveniences Corner North and Fifth streets Address Mns S P WITMEW 92841 Ford Ky foal Feed Shingles Etc Buying Coal is like buying anything else The purchaser is ALWAYS better satisfied when ho KNOWS ho has the BEST Thats the way abput buy ing your WINTER CoalCoal is what wo must all have during the winter season and wo 10 not want the TROUBLE of BREAKING and CARRYING out a lot of CLINKERS and ASHES before we build our fires Just what wears compelled to do if wel buy jRoor slow burning cheap Buy the BEST Such as Rex Red Ash Jellico and Str1jghtCrEek Theres BOH better and the purohesor t ALWAYS PLEASED whn he buys ilLLllBI5ON I We abe luiw a ta Uiotuaad Pofiv r glI Lsryou AAYNU 1VSI JUr 4rr4r4r4d4 + I I Around Town I ot Dont fail to see the 5 and 10 ctr tables at the garage on next Monday and Tuesday Ed Boon of Lawson Mo who has been in the county several weeks purchased last week from Nathan Hallou 2 fine jcnnclls and colts for 1250 Ho will take them to his farm in Missouri Smoke i Cuban Club JQc Cuban Star 5c Live representative for our factory in every town Dont need to give up your job just give us a little spare time No canvassing soil to stores etc A clean nice pleasant business Write us today Continental Mfg Co Indianapolis Ind 028 It CarpenterMorton Rooting Isys 30 inches to tho weather so it is nt as liable to sag or buckle us other Roofings It is fire resisting and waterproof and will last for years Blanton Congloton Lumber Co carries a complete stock and sells it under an absolute guarantee of durability Estray To my place several days ago a jersey cow about eight years old No horns It W O Cornelison Quarterly Court Judge Shackclford held the regular session of the quarterly c mrt lastJhIon day but a slim docket cut the days work short Change of Place The big sample sale to be onducted- or the benefit of the P A C Infirmary on Oct t and 4 will be held in the big room of the Richmond Motor ami1 Plumbing Company instead of McICeujs rink as heretofore announced Please bear this change in mind New Agent Supt Under of the CommonwcaltK Insurance Company in Kentucky has appointed Hoy Anderson of the countj11 near Silver Crook AS agent Mr Ander son has been with the John Hancoclc Company in Ohio for sometime but is anxious to try this state which is his native home Good Time Ahead The members of the Madison count Medical Socieiy are planning for a big time within the few veeks The proposed time will bean outing to Lake Reba where a sumptuous feast will be enjoyed in the nature of a fish fry The entire day will bo taken up in a general good time Whether or not it will be a stricly slag affair has not yet been given outTo Lexington Drs Vaught Jasper SmootSandlin and Rutlcdge of this county were in Lexington yesterday to attend tho meet ing of the State Medical Society Dr Vaught is the delegate from this Society Some of the party motored thru while others went via L X There are many important topics to bo discussed at this meeting in which the Richmond physicians will take part A New One The Central Kentucky Cigar Co has just placed upon the market a product from its well known manufactory which will undoiibtly prove a big tiling It is a new cigar named in honor of the distinguished statesman and fellow townsman Gov McCreary It will bo a ten cent product soiling for a nickel but will contain the best mater- Ial The manufacturers claim it will be as good as the man which is nuff said and it is predicted that thousands will bo eager to get hold of the first lot Spoke Well President Eugene Straus of the Louis ville Automobile Club who visited Rich mond Wednesday as an observer of the endurance contest spoke very highly of the roads leading into tho city and es pecially the Streets lIe was surprised tosee so many high class cars m such a small town and made several very corn plimentary remarks upon the efficiency of the local operators There are few towns in the country the size of Rich mefd that can boast of as many high etess autes ami as lfIauyeareful4d vers Modern Hotel Within a short time tho Glyndon Hotel will be one of the most modern buildings of the kind in the country ThekOWBors have jue4 coo4 rtetl foffjin iMO rne4iIe to cost between tei wwi twelve thotMaad dolki and a part of Uaeae have already boon pttt iD1M oMio has been improved witfc a bwwrtl tHi 4 ftMOI eehi and pre MM 1 S appcr ev E etr room aiid bali iatiM btfiMiag w to be r jMttotodMd cpeTM4 The a e jMHtive improWBOnt will be1hnew aieiun heating1 plan which will cost MdrlyWOOO Tb8Iln bo U M In MaM rzeIIlIr- Ute bee hotel mm atM stat Mtt meeaithe Gate fauo 4fcMd oluyOher in the country to a town tbetbe of Richmond Stage Scenes Showing Fall Styles for Menr c High Class Actors are among the best dressed men in the world its their business to dress wellthey know the value of goodappearance and make the most of it v The scenes shown here are actual reproductions from leading plays in New York theatres and show the men characters dressed in the latest fall i fashions Their Suits and Overcoats were made by the highest priced custom tailors but they differ in no point of cut or style from those shown by us bearing the Kenton label Kenton designers visit every place where men of fashion congregate they study styles from every point of view and adopt the most approved The Kenton trade mark is the mark of Correct Style as well as sterling quality and the garments are sold on the policy of live and let Iivehigh enough not to skimp the quality and low enough to make regular customers of the wearers Drop in and let us show you Kenton Suits Overcoats and Rain Coats are priced 1250 15 1650 18 2O 225O 25 A millionaire Cannot wear finer Shoes than Hanans none finer are made The finest leathers and the finest hce I making not low pricedof course550 and 600I tJrri W W COSOLE AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED i M The Best Coal Mined If there Was Any Better We Would Sell It W W CO Telephone 110 Orchard Street Richmond Kentucky I Founds On Fourth street gold cross and chain Owner can have same by paying advertising charges Robinson The many friends of Mr and Mrs Frank Robinson will regret to leant of the deathof their infant child piiich occurred lastvcQk Dont wonder If you are getting tho Climax thru the mail and didUl subscribe for it dont wonder its ecause some friend is anxious for you to have tho best paper in thfs section Wo carry no names that are not paid up in full It is against the postal laws Squad Tho foot ball squad of the Normal school has been busy tho past week getting into condition for tho scason Coach Wilson has a finb lotof men and undoubtedly will develop iiteam There is increasing interest in athletics at the school A schedule of tames is being arranged Real Estate Deal A Dobrbwsky tho First treet merchant purchased last Wednesday frH- 1JE Groonleafi as executor of the will of Sallio E Miller the heading oh Main street now occupied by tho East Tennessee Telephone Company for local ofltfcos Till consideration was not given put but ins close tD88iOO This is a most desirable piece of pfopcfiy Nk Gift The Medical profession of MadteoH JKHMtytms donated to the Pattfe A Cky Ia rinary a very hll nd fte tile onrinfee the operating room It i 3eafcp tlera and beautiful in design It will eowt about 4125 The 0 tmiooA Tile tqpany of Ciwi3 t4 ha th- eecoLrstse firm BOW engaged M the QIyM4omHotoi The druggists of MM e4ty So donated a tesm to hel- ppsyrtheabevwOek BbdcrnA wimiker of JUohmond have j O whet ttBTla7j the bM tMuraia ever oWf In UM MttoaoMk tad A iMditv ftrm of Dotroitiii sWay over Uootad mod is endtaf out a number of MtAoUnos t Iateolijof The Up raMboA her IML Udaa order wu omt in bj saco fwfHG It is the IMS atoM oIesholurnsa c C CDYINBTDN BANKS = C================= BROADDUS BROADDUS135 Out Fast Ones Richmond has two experts on the motorcycle in the persons of Messrs GeorgoBIauton and Roy Montgomery When it comes to speed thereis not a rider in the country that can pass them It takes a groat deal of nerve as well as a quick thinker to boa successful operator of a motorcycle Friends are anxious for them to enter some of the speed contests hold thruout tho country as they are confident each could capture many prizes Big Delivery The ZainguIilh has contracted for a big supply of new corn and jts bins which have a capacity pf 3000 barrels will be taxed to their utmost The con tract price is 250 delivered and the first consignment is expected within a few days The raring products are having a big sain The night force has been compelled to work full time the past two weeks in order to keep ug with the orders Products of Madison county flouring mills find a ready market any place in the country they lire offered for sale Saw Much of It Ron Jerry Sullivan lice just fetHred from a two months tour of Europe and has many things hf5ILY about that put of the world White away he visited Ireland Scotland England France Switzerland Germany and Denmark He spent some time on the Lakes of Kilktraey in comity Kerry the birth pkce of his parentsaad he says of all the places this isike most beautiful lIe was prevented fron seeing Roweafed eOter ptec s ef taterert in Itelj OftH eount ettkS grot ehokni pfafiw new- ireealeM itt that eo Mtry cketOul The Court IIose pWckite awl rne b rs otthe local bar Have recetvd the lost JustMi of the dtof the Cottriol Ayftah for the September term whtb ffMMth mh MdtIi fa Fifth App U te district awl tht Jippmr aMe cases from thIs cottaty ar dMdceted to today th 38thv They arm Caper itin I KxMoton vs TCMid Ae ROIVMIM Ceckrel vi Wmutoa tCa harris Jbc rva Harris e Hurrte 8 w QuMrtoa 1 IoJJw Bros va N yw On ccii atbnwwatth cal front Uibr oortwu k ikM for the llKhb t an opinion has not been rendered It hi Hays vs Cot mouwetlth It will be recalled this HaY VMgivMi a Mntraot of twenty OM ywn for tttldJWIr ef Jave Una At Bwrea about two yean ag New Ughts The Richmond Electric Power Co is placing now lights in Uurnamwood and putting up necessary poles and wires to afford an excellent service to residents of that now addition Two arcs have boon ordered installed by the city council Total Vote Tho Republican Executive Committee of the Eleventh district failed to get together heavily enough last week for a quorum and consequently the called meeting at Williamsburg to confirm tho election of Caleb Powers didnt materialize According to the count Powers total vote was 22350 while Edwards was 22541 Powers majority was tI815IReal Estate Real estat deals in the city the past week are as follows Thurmarr Hamilton to Kate Schlcgel 0119 lot for 720 Ida II Haggard to Ed 15rown a lot for 200 Miss L K Coddington transfers to George Folton in Uerca a lot for 200 In the county Iavo Noble sold to Ed hamilton 4 acres for SO- OThe tract is situated on the fourmile road Helm Coming On next court Jay October nrd Hon Harvey Helm the present Congressman frow this the Eighth Congressional District will address the voters of Madison county at the court house Every voter in the county is urged and expected to be pre ent Mr Helm is making a thor Mgh canvass of the district awl hk address sHoukl be heard From all apfteanuMefi he will get many republican votes in Madisea county as he has ma ie an able repreeentalive ud has a lot of friends here Who have here ticketlWatchOdd Case On list Satttrtey Squire Burgin de ckled in tlM MM of TiMMHW Wilhiarns RWtnst lkJ II XutWge that under Ihejiew dof Uw IIOcearlgbtio kiU tiie animal oMM th found on his pjeniaM not aeooespmBied by iu owner TheJ u fJI4a cult for lit to recover riUkieiiofafox iMMiod which it was palmed Dr Utba killed leplalltlili MO u t represented WlllhuM And Attorney T H Collioa appeared fur Dr Rutledjre This js the fITs case of the kind wider ibe new dog law came before a Kadiaon court aad proved very Interest Inc The hlptef cwwt may be MIte to review the dicJniBB Real Estate Mr Jeff Stone purchased last week from Hamilton Thurman a choice Jot in Iturnamwood on which lie will begin immediately tho erection of a two story modern dwelling Fine Display The fall display of millinery in Rich mond last weak would be a credit to cities ten times the size of this one largerifrom and the ceunty should lee proud of tho local market This business is gradually drawing trade ftpm adjoining counties the customers realizing the excellence of tho local showings in fine millinery Tho best ran bo sold here just as easily as in tho city and the prices can be made lower Endurance Run Four cars running in the Economy anti Reliability Tour of the Louisville Automobile Club reached Richmond last Wednesday after a record run from Crab Orchard This tour is held every year and represents a distance of 112 miles thru the heart of the state cf Kentucky which possesses the finest roads in the country The start was made Tuesday morning and the tour came to a close Thursday evening The cars presented appearance on reaching here of having encountered a rough trip due to several very unfortunate accidents The four machines to start Here Cole 30 Regal Hudson and Max well Eugene Straus President of the Club was ia the party and said the trip had been a very efljeyHbte one up to this point Marriage License County Cterk Tenill has kwtMd the following licenses the happy couples in the tlftit week lank Mntlin of Roekcaitle eoimty aM lbllle FieJda 6fBer a Ith lie seemtd BMtiriimmial venture of lie gmoB Harry Flynn o Valley View and Rod howard ot Kioa SWlosi tHl etwnty Tttco ai is igbteenwldIshk bride isOM eItr younger Judge SliftGkeHeldntttie the nuptial tan Mfrojn LMkiB Troai of 3MkiM oswitjr sad Lnnota WUtfauu of RWMMM4 which took piao 9Atnr4ayr M he did It in hh lni liable style Bf T Griggc and Mwy Lucy Williams otTaltey Tiew wa a yoang couple who called for liceaM Saturday and then went to ttt feeao of Br Barnes on LanoMlait an ilrturo tho nioister ofIfiWoit j Ii1i Masonic Richmond Commandery No 19 Knights Templar conferred the Order of the Red Cross on three candidates last Thursday evening Tho Order of the Temple will be conferred on next Tuesday week Last Day Friday was the last day to file suits for the October term of the Madison circuit court and Clerk White with his able assistant James Wagers will be busy until the latter part of the week getting everything in readiness The term begins on the 3rd of October Busy Men Sheriff McCord with his force of deputies are a sct of busy county offi cials and will continueso until tho taxes for the year are in Under the now law a penalty of C per cent goes on after December 1st and also a penalty of per cent per annum so it is up to all to pay your taxes as early as possible The state of Kentucky received over 853000 from Madison this year as her part of the taxes Farm Sold Ono of the largest deals ever con sumated In tho county involving well known farming lands was closed last Wednesday when Thomas J Smith disposed of his beautiful farm on the Jrcks Creek pike six miles from Rich mont for a consideration of about 13 000 or something near 12500 per acre The place contains 310 acres and was purchased by Messrs James Church and Hiram Marcum both otthis county Tho farm is known as Belleviow and is one of the finest tracts of land in the Bluegrass Quiet Now Mr C F Gott of Gott Dros the well known commission merchants claims this is an unusually quiet timo in his business as is mostly tho case at this time of year There is practically nothing coming in from the country except a few eggs and a small lot of chickens Tho turkey crop this year seems to be much better than past years and if the housewives experience no ill luck from now until Thanksgiving the poor man can enjoy himself this year on Turkey instead of the hind leg of a rabbit for his Thanksgiving feast Eggs aro selling around twenty cents and will take a jump ore long as the price is sure to go up as tho fall nnd winter season approaches Deaths Levi Henderson long a resident of Estill county died at his late home near Round Hill last Saturday after a lingering illness lie was in his sixty sixth year and a citizen of sterling worth and the highest integrity A wife anti three girls survive him The funeral services were conducted Sun day at the home and burial followed in the Richmond cemetery One by one the old soldiers are pest log away this time Capt Thomas Attetfa who served with distinction in Wpolfordsl Ky Cavalry aad awe long r Weat of Garrard tats anowond the 1at oiL HU death eoeemd at Jtettta Crotlt Xieti fc tT1theMill Deeoaeed wal woU knows ta Madison coantr being a brotherialaw of Xr L H Keonedy oMhiCeity He waeTl nolianrvlvedMawife wn5 one eh dts Annie Austin et Acod4i w lat of Xn John Xieros which occund at LexIngton Wi tat Thurtday JcoaNd win a- recklonti XIuptn it1s scanty aM was J t twentyfour jeers oage Be sides a husband cit child survive She was formerly MiSs Hattie Graves of that place Funeral services were conducted Friday at the residence of Charie Moot in Berea by Rev Par coos sad iaUnceat followed in Greeks yilte tafyivg ground i lOT WalkOver Shoes If you are not willing to try them on our word then ask any man wKp wears them They come in all goodIeather35O Good Idea Merchants of Richmond are always after the modern ideas and the latest change is to pull down the old style 1andfrom the house by means of chains This doing away with the posts on the streets will be received by the public with much rejoicing Loose Leaf House Richmond will be tho homo of one of tho largest loose leaf tobacco ware houses in the state if everything goes thru as now expected by tho promoters and it is practically a certainty that there will be no hitch The company has ono of tho most commodious build ings to be found anywhere which was erected last season and used for this purpose Such a market is a great thing for the grower A meeting of the proprietors was held in this city last week and it was decided to put every thing in readiness to begin work as soon as possible Dont forgot that the big sample sale will bo held on Monday and Tuesday October 3 and 1 BLAST We Would Ask For And Be Pleased To Recerve Your Patronage- We have taken active charge of the management of the Richmond Steam Laundry and are much pleased atour increasing business Every customer helps some and we would like tci have every one with us Wo hate 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 the outside our liv ing depends on this and we have to do good work We havo a Dry Cleaning department in connection wfth tIle laundry where especial attention is given to work for the ladies Call for us 127 Irvine street or ring 52 Work called for and delivered free Respectfully yours James W and Lucy Lackey Moore Register Next Tuesday is the day set apart for registration in cities up to the Fourth class and as Richmond is a city of tho Fourth class all voters must register in order to vote at the November election Every democrat should register Bear in mind and dont lot your friends havo to keep after you lobe Air Tight nor BLAST Burns Slack or Soft Coal Without Smoke or Soot Heats double the space heated by any other stove with half the fuel Clean neat economical The Kind to Buy for Service r A money saver for people t who wanta good stoVe af i an honest price 5ee it in operation you will like it SOLD EXCLUSIVELY BY wTD Buckley Co East Main Street 7Its Good Medicine for your house and will giye it new life and beauty by ar resting decRy and preserving it from Winters stomsndS- ununer heat when you treat ltto a coat of1 pitYou insure its life by Hbte durable paint whkskyou wit find both acoBOtticftl ad of rich tiad kahfcoaM OIIiI1Dp when you buy it at HLFERRYPHO- NE475 MAIN STI f S- LyleFats JR B StoUfferEstablished Clothing and in Richmond Great REOCaritTHE 4 Cylinders It will be to your see me before an Agent4KIRK5V1LLE KENTUCKY tu Jew Quartersq We are established in our new quarters in the old City Hall building and are better prepared t than ever to care for your skins us i r your Hides Furs and Iron Fresh Groceries fr and Vegetables in season fl harman Grocery ===== Company = Ii NOTICED I am paying highest cash prices f for Hides and Tallow Also rightfcf for FURS 1 phone 363 WIDESRICHMOND KENTUCKY l I IIIf forIIfGilS and I Agents for Johnson Best System of Water Works J L for country and suburban homes hglO E Mom 619 1 IfRICHMOND KENTUOKY l omething New My Line For You necefillryIp Carriage Painting and g Trimming v MI Ht1ltioll bUevlng our my eiM IIWN ipp- rm14 ik tt1ore laU needed iftqrYk fl r iuggy rYl Mid hare treJlAird pk d jrilR fId7 M1- O Ii JQ1 good anew If you MM new Rubber Tires f a jnnt M fthWe ft pwfec obis gurntoedat tkic hop All work to urofVauwwhip and pricM James A Moore fL Sjw t T SterliugClothes ARE THE BEST- CLOTHES Perch Tailored Ready to Wear Guaranteed not to or Fade 50 years experience the guarantee in suitstaU sizes from smallest boy to largest man Newest stockI in city to select from Fine Line New and Furnishing Goods Suit Cases Trunks Umbrellas etc at lowest prices fr r high class Tailoring House BEST MADE 12 and advantage to purchasing automobile Bring Ring Doctor Street Phone In gariMssdbo4i Shrink factory goods Oldest wIIriE rear VennifnB ThE OURAM1EED WORMREMEDY THE CHILDRENS FAVORITE TiNIC Iwnc Cr UTTIONS TIC GUO PDCEUKtJ OXT CT Unrflrjrrr Linlirent Ct Sold by HENRY L PERRY JT FERRIELL Real Estate Agent Oldham Buildi- ngRichmond Ky R Emmett Million Snccessor to Unrgin Je- nnDENTIST OverState BanTrntCompauy J6 c A STJI jT Vr ATTOSNKVATLA U10HMOND KENTUCKY Jffice over State Bank Trust Co op sosite Court House on Main Street tJarry M Blanton DENTIST W01llce ID BecnittfBajIDg uly tEiP1ONE 196 Dr Robt CBoggs Dentist Telephone 267 Office in Old am BuIWiBf You can buy almost any kind of Automobile you want cheap and oa easy terMs from R A BARLOW Agent Autoaefeite Clearing House Chicago Ask him about The Hedges Steen 52tf DrCH M inhart Grate McKHHppTetwl i ise SurgeonOoM OM1ooe t Ret Pheae SSSt RiC llHllKflKJ PCX Sale Tm or 12 gpd Dwrae MtMtu- trr DTJ i0 Notk ijAed1tocssisiozt Aft p ao u ha MtoftbiIte A X QUM are re so piwJIIUP8fIIJ11O8 M 1eqaind bytew oaor before October 8 ttHi or VMM vitt be bunJL it Mrs Loutilui Care Aiimx y nr vfa 4t erop you must IrcIouw te sM diac drill cob H E IBmckelford I Oo r 4 r fI ljrLI 1 FOR OOKGMB HON HABYKT HBLK OfLincolnCouMy AimeaM m eats ioKeMwtY- We lire uthori d to anitowace BCMJSR DKATHBKAG6 cd6dM tor o Mmtitfoii county ewbject to tlw8CtIb Detnocrat4cparty We re aothoilaed to annottaee JOHK X 1dL D IN a candidate for Sberi ofH d Don county eubjeci to the actiea o tile Deetocnttic perty We iwes BUthoriaed to announce N B JONES a c nUidate forSleri Jlwtteoa ceHBty ul ject to the action of the Demo cretjcprt3r gCHOQt SUPERINTENDENCe We are atrtlHHizcd to annottace BENJA MIN F KDWAKDS camHdatc for Su periBteiuVcn of PubWc SclMKJls ot tadfeoH county subject to the action ol the Demo crat party FOX JAILER W are authbrUM toannounccMOkGAN TAYLOX a candidate for J alter o ffadteon cettnty subject to thtructloa of the Demo ciatta party FOR ASSESSOR care authorized to announce F- JARMAN a candidate tot Assessor Madison county subject to the nctkm of tile Democratic party FOR COONTX CLERK We are nuthorized to aancHiuceXaRtte C House a candidate for County Clerk of Madison county subject to the action of Democratic party A Graves County4RootelO There is a pig on the farm of James Milby onSouthlOth street or Dukedom road that has only two legs The pig excepting the two hind legs seems fully developed but there is no sign of hind legs and the rear of its body is as smooth and round as a cucum bern manages to crawl rather ungainly on its two front legs it is very much of a freak monstrosity curiosity or what you will and is to our mind a degree of evolution For a while we have known men that tried to be hogs but this is the first instance in our knowledge of a hog trying to be a man by being born biped instead of a quadruped For one who wants the whole hog or none this pig could not qualify Although short on legs the pig seems to be possessed of all the swine proclivities It can squeal like a shyster caught at his owngameand shows a dispo sition to develop into as good a rooter as any MayfieJd baseball fan It also has a curlin its tail You Take No Risk Our Reputation md Money are Back of this Offer We pay for all the medicine used during the trial if our remedy fails to completely relieve you or constipation We tako all the risk You are not obligated taus in any way whatever if you accept our offer Could any thing be more fair for yout Is there any reason why you should hesitate to put our claims to a practical test The most scientific common sense treatment is Rexall Orderlies which are eaten like candy They are very pronounced gentle and pleasant in action and particularly agreeable in every way They do not cause diarrhoea nausea flatulence griping or any incon venience whatever Ilosall Orderlies arc particularly good for children aged and delicate persons We urgo you to try R xtill Qrderlies at our risk Two sizes JOe and 25c Remember you can getvlloxall Rem edies in this community only at our storeH It rerry Richmond Ky Notice to Tax Payers Taxes are now due arid we will be pleased if all will call and settle at once The penalty will be added as prescribed by law if taxes are not paid promptly There is no reason for put ting this off as taxes must be paid David McCord S M 0 3s Light In The East Have you heard from Maine With a democratic governor elected in Maine and three democratic congressman to one republican the campaign of 1912 starts off well If Maine and Yer mont can be taken as an indication of the trend ot sentiment the democrats will have a larger majority in the next congress than they have had since the congress elected in 1890 If the Demo ratic congress which now seems quite certain will be democratic measures up to the expectations of the public a great victory seems in store for our party two years hence Let the good work Roon Commoner All My Pimples Gone Girl Tells Hew a Kletchy Skin Was Cleansed by a Sample Wash UI was ashamed of my face writes Hiss Minnie 1tekanl of AItnm haw lCuItwMn full Itf pimples ami sears but after using D to 1 Pre wij tkml ert sy that now there no s lothat jCczewa and that ytw thre yean ago DDDbU byqmtry fmou M s eire SwI inatajftt relief in ECZ BM md all otlwr r tt skia diiieiuei tbtlts valiM i w Jes cWerloe- liediiAetriup riuh paspe oibMte d H otfcer mor tmoft- iki urit4taem H ttit wfciiv p D P is wp Mtraliaf that it strikes to Ls wty root WJBeMm1 or iaer lMf MTWUM irotiUa sbs hmon iiWfait rjcrMB Tbyajol and other to radnnU are ao oniftttiy eOMrOindad UtwiilgDo wash fur the ekkatade ttta AIi with this great bousehold nmttdy for every kind of sbia thrabla- D DJDti pJeaamt te we perfect ly liarmless to the most Micate skin snr absolutely reliable A 25 rent bottle willgive you positive proof of the wonderful effectiveness of this u great rsaiedy c iic1oad 11 f j rf 1 PFaIingliaif I You a Run tfo R4 fc When Js1famag01lttoo you can already done by usiop lUxall 93 Hair Tealo tbpersiM and regularity for a rea otal1 length of ttee It is a scientific cleansing aatiseptic germicidal preparation that destroys microbes stiaiultes good circulation arouitd the hair roots pro motes hair nourish went removes andruftand restores hair health It is as pleasant 16 use as pHre water arid it is delicately perfumed It Jsn real toilet necessity We want you to try Rexall 93 Hair Tonic with our promise that it will cost you nothing u lesS you are perfectly satisfied with its use It comes in two sizes prices 50c and Remember you can obtain Uexal Remedies in this cumunity only at our store The Ilesall Store II L Perry Richmond Ky Prominent Republicans in the Eleventh all of whom were against Caleb Powers declare that his victory means a big Democratic victory in the Congressional races as well as the Gubernatorial The Monticello Outlook under the headof A prediction has the follow ing to say In our humble judgement this nomination is the hardest blow the Re publican party of Kentucky has received since the Killing of Goebel and it means that Kentucky will be represented in the next Congress by ten Democrats and one Re publican Caleb will be alone in his glory It further means that the Democrats of Kentucky will sweep every thing before them for years to come Bum Officers News from Frankfort is to the effect that a general shake up among the officers of the First Second and Third regi KentuckyNational audit is probable that with in the next few months many of the officers now in com mand of these regiments will be discharged on the ground inefficiency and will be replaced by men who have proved themselves capable of holding the positions The weeding out of the officers in the Kentucky militia who have proved themselves in the maneuvers at FortBenjamin Hawison to be unfit in a military sense to command troops comes as a result of the severe criticisms made by many of the prominent regular army officers in command at the maneuver camp It will be recalled that the Kentucky troops have been at Fort Benjamin Harrison Ills this month in maneuvers with the U S regulars Public Sale OF LAND As executors of Curtis P Burnatn de ceased we will offer for saloatii public auction a tractor about one hundred OflDrowning Panola arid Locust Brunch Road and Carrs Mill Road and is about 13 mills from Richmond and about 9 miles from Irvine It is bounded on the North by the lands of Robert Lakes and O C Carr on the south by J C Bongo and KEHiott on the east by Bigo Cox and Thos Kindred and on tha west by Rob ert Lakes The salowili take place on the premises beginning at It oclock on Saturday Oct 29 1910J and possessionvih1 bo given on the 1st day of January 1911 Terms of sale The land will bo sold on the following credits Onethird January 1911 onethird January f 1912 and onethird January 1 1913 the last two payments to bear interest at the rate of sit per cent per annum fromI January 1911 and are to bo by lien reserved in deed Tho purchaser will be required to give good personal security for payment duo January 11 loll at which time deed will be made t and possession given This is a good farm well watered and productive land AR T 5 Burnam Exs of C F Burnam f Public Sale I will sell at mv residence on East Mainsi at lOa m- thursday Sept Z9lO- alrmyH u eholdand 1 Mrs Loutitia Carse Public Sale Of Valu bleCityProp erty Wo will soil at public auction on the premises on Second street at 10 oclock a m Saturdaysdct 8 JO the residence known as the Ellis proper- Ly The lot fronts on Second street 150 feet running back 241 feet to First street with a frontage on First of 70 13 feet This property is centrally located- closeto the business part of the city The residence contains eleven rooms and threo halls entrance to any room in the building without passing through another room and is admirably located and arranged for family or boarders if desired There is also gas and water pipes throughout the building Miss Ellis and Mrs Daniel or J A Higgins will take pleasure in showing property to prospective purchasers Terms will bo made known on day of saleAt same time and place will sell at auction some household furniture LOiGTolC CnESAULT Auctioneer 02131 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 ISO lbs No marks sept212t R R McKinnoy For Sale Privately- The residence oil Main street known as the Walker place adjoining the prop erty of Jas B McCreary and Wallet Bennett The lot fronts on Main street 75 feet and extends through to North over 000 feet The residence contains eight rooms hall bath room and cellar good cistern large barn and all necessary outbuildings on property This is one of the most desirable pieces of resident property in Richmond For particular call on or address- S IL TnoitrE Madison National Hank tf Richmond Ivy Itb1ieLSaie Of Two Farms We wiHsell at public auction in heat OftIe Court loose oOimty eeart- deg at2 oclock p ra Mond YtOct3tf9JO tiw following property About 345 Acres of Land near Red House five unites north of Richmond Ky This land will be sold in two separate tracts These two farms are divided by a read there be ing about 175 acres OB the last side with good dwelling house and other aeeessary outbuildings upon same On the West side of the road ia about 170 acres with good store roomtthereon This is a splendid location for selling goods and the 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 On ethird cash balance in one and two years with legal interest from Jan 1911 when possession will be given and deed made Seeding privileges will be given purchaser This property will positively be sold on date and time mentioned above For any other information see Harvey Douglas or James Hunley Harvey D Parrish Harriett Parrish Public Sale According to the directions of the wit of John Cf Taylor I his administrator will sell at public auction on Saturday Octl5tJO 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 ofRich mond A splendid corner lot with brick residence and vacant lot for building A more particular description of both and dimensions will bo gladly furnished upon inquiry This property will be offered separate ly and as a whole to be soldin the way bringing the most money Terms for payment will bo onethird cash balance in six and twelve months with lieu retained J E GREESIKAF Administrator 32131 With Will Annexed Its poorpolicy to wait untill you have a fire to begin thinking about insurance Do it now We write the best policies tf Dan IL Breck w We are showing the Very Latest Things fj in 2 r fi 4aidieth- Re i Y tO 2 Wevir It J B WALKER H Ready for Business We have received our fresh new stock of Staple and Fancy Groceries and extend a cordial invitation the public to call and see us We also have daily FRESH VEGETABLES in fact everything to bo found ia a first class groce yCaU and inspect our goods andwe are confident you will give lisa share of your business Lackey Todd Telephone 62 Opera House Building rIs Your Plumbing UptoDate Dos your plumbing equipment represent your good taste and your prudence as thoroughly nu your other household funuahings Why not The wmitary equip aaent ofypur bowe k a matter of the greatest iroportanee The health of your family demand that year plumbinf fixture aiwuld be eleaa ad sanitary The cot of modern equipment ia quickly repanl in the iocrefted comfort afforded and in ireecfcm from repainI and trouble We inrtatt W f gnaianteed ftxtur 0forf dn azd isdg Iit7 Let w qnot s you pritm on Den eooipaemt PIwnfCCtPANY Ia L Rural Telephones home ne d8rB ryowrfsnmIIy all a city YL- denoe Me yourxr Yarnier qotntie alatestthein tlOft to getand plae Y9U wk1- youand mesasof eec lpheneany time TM can be eomPliabe4bJ Ihat Is IHDI OOfIIpared with the ltefte 1 seiChbOr ca1 Jet I a sn IIyoRe write Ureet to beedareranearest omee or4 eeeoarlte received Can er regrd1n our speelal Farut8rsLi efnrhilermatioflNashville Tennea4ae telephone 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3aVOf I sad the slorioas aroma f I T at e and Soni- Tdephone5 I I 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 possible A trial Order Will Convince You J JAMES B PARKES J fr CASH STORE Staple and Fancy Groceries Phone 624 FIRST STREET 1 FOR SALE A handsome bran new residence on Woodland avenue one 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 U LEEDSAT THE SAME PLACE WOODLAND AVENUE RICHMOND KENTUCKY Artistic Photography Bring in the babies I make a specialty of taking their pict ures v McGaughey the Fhotogr apher N V WHITEThe Old Reliable Dry Goods Man Late Summer Fabrics are now full ing our shelves also a complete I showing of I 4Schoolri- U Materials I v We carry a full line of Noytil v and our Lace and Hamburg are unsurpassed OurcashstSr utdgiveEspecia1iy Low Plies w re always glad tohyeynjcat MStour good I NVWHI UII