You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): n. Wednesday, October 5, 1910. Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897). 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914, Richmond, Ky. 1910 ric1910100501 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): n. Wednesday, October 5, 1910. Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897). Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914, Richmond, Ky. 1910 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. j i fit itr t ti y ff f li E J iiIt 1 it tt- tt ii est 1sue V o J wrT Z y n TH- R THE i RICHMOND CLIMAXta RItHMO D MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 51910 NUMBER 1S 4 n WALL PAPER Best of Feed for the HorstIof strength speed surely buying Burnside Robinson 4 Cement and Plaster Material Office and Warehouse on L ItPHONE 142 RICHMOND For Sale r 3TwoNo IPoland China boars weight about135 to 150 1 Roy C White a so as to is in his is as as his etc f For Rent Elegant flat of three rooms furnished or Apply 237 N Second St 351 tf Convinced You Give SquareDealt The above compliment was paid us by a f hence dont there must be ot the same town of less than four hundredpjpoi pie with fierce competion on all sides we have in years built up a of over 12500000 Resources S4Y Bank Paint Lick ly t EL VLeesfW G O N Asst Thc Right to fet work is o buy y riperfrori1an up to date me and ge ah paper Vhom you ex pect much and order See that table good yours by oats corn from Coal Lime Salt Sand JNVR unfurnished Telephone Im satisfied customer you believe others opinion Tina eight Banking business Peo leB of Woods TCemper Cashier Terrill Cashier Way good uptodate hanger grain Will Unite A special to the Climax from Hytts saysJan es at Kyattsviila fndarrard county have united anfl orated a union church and will hereafter laomombors of the samo congregaLiojand haveonly ono preacher Jn the pastAllew church will bo erected by the now con gregation ann a minister agreeable to all Is the first union congregation so far organized in this section although others have been discussed A mov mont has been on foot some time to con solidat verator tho Northern and Southern Presbyterian churches in Cen tral Kentucky towns Skin And Scalp Troubles Yield To Zemo Clean Liquid PreparatlonFor- External Use Perrys Drug Store is so confident that ZEMO will rid the skin or scalp of infant or grown person of pimples blackheads dandruff eczema prickley heat rashes hives ivy poison or any other form of skin or scalp eruption that they will give your money brick if you aro not entirely satisfied with the results obtained from the use of ZBMO The first application will give prompt relief and show an improvement and in every instance where used persistently will destroy the germ life leaving the skin in a clean healthycondition Let us show you proof of some ra markablo cures mado by ZBMO and give you a 32 page booklet how to pre sere the skin IL L Perry Keep It Here During the past week representatives of the largest retail shoe dealers in Cincinnati have been in Richmond with their samples on display and several Richmond people have purchased wilhout over stopping to think what great harm f hey were doing their city besides paying more money for the very same thing that the local stores otter They never stop to think of tHe expressI or C O D char es which prOQnbl11UyoC account of a misfit Every dollar sent away from homo never returns thats certain If it was impossible to buy the sump class of shoo hero it would be adifferent argument but tho Richmond stores can supply any shoe thats made and tho stock is complete Thinkabout this before you send your money away Phont 412 WP BAXTER t vt Good HairFood fmIprovcdformula hairfood It feeds nourishes builds up strengthens invigor ates The hair grows more rapidly keeps soft and smooth disappearsAid hair a good hauvfood Docs not change the cokrof the Aofr rormal With eaek bottle I hoi to your dootor jlik himbout it hon do as ha says You need not hesitate about using this itschangingAyers Hair Vigor prevents premature grayness but does not change the color of sJIgbtestdegrcertc1o Old Dan Returning- A special from Minneapolis says Jan McGann has asked for a position with the B1ueGrnssJeague team of Mays villo for next year He was the successful captain of the Maysville Club in the nineties and later was with the New York League team He has been asked for terms HcGann is a native of Shelby villo and spends his winters in that city He has been in the big leagues for the past eighteen years and vas a star in his younger days lie started with Har rodsburg then went to the Southern league and later with the Now York nationals where ho remained until three years ago when Minneapolis purchased his release After a couple of roars 01 maybe three in the Bluegrass league IIP will join that army of has boons whose deeds on tho ball field will go down as history Model Road Tho little city of Borca is up and doing and has succeeded in getting the government to close a contract at once for the building of a piece of model road within that town The macadam will be secured there but the government experts will have charge of the work Thru the efforts of iProf Sealo and the city conncil the department at Washington decided to do the work The model road over the Cumberland gap built by the Government several years ago is one of the finest pieces of roadway in tho world and visitors to Middlesboro never fail to go over IL TKK Democratic national engres r skmal committee has issued iU oath palga book and is BOW distributing iU The oemmlUe has Bo flJn 81W1oeas- it obtains them through contributions and is selling the book at 1 per espy or for 50 cents a copy ia lots of fen or moreThe book is replete with valuable matter and is said to be the best Cam paign book ever issued Every demo crat should havo it and in this year of democratic effort for supremacy should gladly contribute to the committee by purchasing tho book The committee did valiant service in Maine with notable results and it democrats everywhere will rise to tho occasion by their dollar contributions the democratic sun will rise triumphantly not to sot for fifty years to come Send your orders or contributions to PP Garrett Treasurer Democratic Campaign Committe 821 15th street Northwest Washington D 0 POOR Henry Clay even in his dust ho must bear another awful sorrow = that of having the beautiful monument over his grave constantly being torn by wicked winds Clay died with disappointment because he failed in secur ing the Presidency of this great country a place ho so rightly deserved Al thought the greatest statesman of his time when ho was about to mount the highest place in the gift of his people fate was against him No one could ever tell just why Eight years ago the picturesque monument to the Great Commoner was partially wrecked by a wind storm and for several years tho statue which ornamented the summit of the shaft was headless Two years ago the Legislature appropriated 10000 and a handsome new statue from the band of the famous sculptor Charles Mulligan of Chicago was made Mon day tho terriffo storms which visited Lexington and vicinity shattered this statue and it is now a ruin Cruel fate seems to be following him even after death TUB Harrodsburg Republican owned by Auditor P P James has the dis tinction of being the only paper to print the prefix ilr in front of Caleb Powers name Doesnt it look funny to see his name written Mr Caleb Powers Its a now one on us Tnt Presbyterian church at Lebanon succeeded in getting 000 from Andy Carnegie toward the purchase of a pipe organ and the congregation will double the amount which is in the contract Therols but one pipe organ in the Rich mond churches and maybe with a little effort we might land a donation from the steel magnate fOhoi our corton Wrong Way buy a o stockand anybody hang Phone IWe Retire Go Carts We Sell Liquid Veneer Iiii U J1IIIIfII dbctk IS One reason why you will find the bed in the r I STEARNS I FOSTER i- tMATTRESS that the natural springiness of the cotton times by the Special Web Process of making the felt layers We will explain this you more fully when you call jt Sixty JAI 9fits Free Trial r 1050 1350 1600 and 2250 ar t 1iiJL Oldharn LackeyU 76n136 W S O R O L u Lumber For Sale Barn bills and all kinds rough lumber stiCIS1Poplar tf Richmond Ky J R PenningtonDentist Office next door to Government build ing Richmond Ky Dan H Breck lifo firo and accident insurance tf The Is to lot old get to it for you most is is to IEJ 229 Fire Life Accident and Health Insurance in the very best old lino Companies Wm S Broaddus Agt tf I havo ono lot of ladies and misses sample jackets the prices ranging from 300 to 1000 We will sell them as long as they last for 93c each tf A Donnowsicr Helm Busy Congressman Harvey Helm js busy and all indications point to a sweeping democratic victory in this the Eighth district He opened his campaign last week against the enemy the vicious Payne Aldrich tariff law and will speak each day from now until the election Madison will roll up the biggest major ity in years for the Congressman t A You Can Buyc Everything Proniz Hamilton Bros WALL PAPER rluxurious magnifiedmany LR0 BlaiitoiiWholesale and Retail Goal Feed Salt Sandt Lime Cement and All Kinds of Plaster Material Corner Main and B Streets TELL MOINE 85 t gWehay Manton 9 Patterns tt j lOc Each i A1 V J CHE PE j tIr JlN4 Silks Dress Goods Wash Goods Outings Flannels Notions Hosiery Underwear Comfortsti Carpets Mattings Rugs Trunks Suit Cases Shoes Hats Clothing Overcoats and i t Greatest Line of Ladies Tailored Suits Shown in the iiCity of Richmond j Find out every houses price on eveiy tHing you buy Dont let any house consider you as sure Make the house you buy from win your trade by Honest Methods and Honest Merchandise at Low Prices dt a Demand reason for the low prices and then satisfy yourself it is not a bait Hamilton Pros will give you a reason why they sell cheaper The buy i Yfjflt J t 11 po i td t 1 Y Enorrnous Sfocki p z t io Theypay cash fr all mercnmotto is Quick Sales and Small Profits Put Hamilton rtb a test Gettheire rices on If i y standard brand of merchandise tenff the price is lower than the price you paid youll be kdto save the difference next time = A We flaye fleavier Stocks and More Cla syStyles Than Ever Before n 3 wrcJJ J J a = T 1 J E HarniLton O rD t hers j d mornerFlrstiMoJnfr 4 4 RichmondC V r7 Kentucky M r t f a u l u It = = S =j ji fJ v 8 i i tf 7 r M t ttk i C S T Jii rlrfrf 4 xt ftfJrj v r- wTI y CJy D Ic n A ut t1rn-nStylesWith a Special Price Charm NewFaUarrivals in Dress Goods and 5ilks The handsomest and most complete line we have ever shown These cool days call for a new suit so if you want the Latest in Woolen Goods at the lowest price call andsee us for seeing i f is believing As to o- urSILKS They are the prettiest ever shown in Rich mond and 0 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 dr- essOWENMcKEE DRY GOODS COMPANY The Richmond Climax rWUHEO WtMBOiT IT THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO Incorporated A D MILLER EDITOR tl PRESS V PUBtlSIERS lEAGUE FPICE 100 PER YEAB IN ADVANCE WEDNESDAY OCT 5 1010 i PERSONALS r Dr C E Smoot was in Lexington last weekMrs C F Higgins is spending the week in Lexington Mr and Mrs C L Burnett were in Boyle county last week Mr IL L Perry was in Nicholasville last week on business r Mr Coleman Neff is in Cincinnati for a fow days on business Mr and Mrs David Jackson spent Sunday and Monday in Cincinnati Miss Katherync Dovore has been vis iting in Cincinnati for tho past three weeks Miss Francis March of Canada is visiting Misses Elizabeth and Caroline March Miss Julia Gourloy of Ilcidelburg Leo county is the guest of Miss Harriett Parrish Mrs Harry Ulanton left Saturdy for Lexington where she will bo tho guest of relatives Dr Pennington and W E Gwyno motored to Georgetown Sunday where they spent tho day Miss Rosa Leo Clark of White Hall is visiting her aunt Mrs J R Davis near Paint Lick D n Shackclford is in Clay county this week looking after his interests in that section of tho state countyisJJurnsidc on West Main street B F Patton pf Bryantsvillo Gar rard county is here tho guest of his daughter Mrs W W Burnsido- Miss Kittio Harris has resigned at acceptedbyMrs D M Cook returned Friday from Winchester where she has been visiting her mother Mrs E J Domigan Mr Joe JIascldcn of Lancaster was here Sunday and Monday Mr Ilascl den was formerly in business here Dr Boggs tho dentist has been spend ing several days on an outing to the streams where the bass abound Mr and Mrs It E Turley motored to f TurleyslatherJ A Cheek of Danville Treasurer of Central University was in Richmond Saturday on business for the institution William Denney of Point Leavell in Garrard county was hero Sunday and Monday with his brother Mr Alex Dennoy Mr Shearer Eads has accepted a posi tion with the well known firm of W W r Broaddus Co coal and feed mer chants Mrs John March of Bloomington Ill aad Mrs II B Land of Nicholasvillo arevisiting Mrs Lizzie March on Col flws street A L Gott the produce man was in hisKanchgood business f The womans Missionary Society of the Methodist church will hold prayer meeting every afternoon this week beginning ai 230- Mesdames Henry Hirsh and Richard Brett of Decatur Ill are here on a J visit to relatives They are daughters of the late Paul Noble theCristlan Aftil1Supt Coates of tho High School at iofJW8Ctioaal1 Saturday at Cottonburg MrsJ4t illness of their little son Jefea Henry at Rod House Miss May Barret Smith who is at LexingtontSaturday Htetfaer Mrs Mary Smith Dri D H Scanlon and Judge Orant LIlly will attend the Kentucky Synod f the Presbyterian church which Mfav pe6 in Danville next week WinnipegOfto were guests of Mrs HMt Badamm and daughter last M rsWII Grkfer and Roy Asder s9a the Conmoawealth IneHrance Mil will go to Georgetown next week so canvas Sco4t in the laWrst of their oooapany HiM Mary unnreturMdyHtyto- her borne at IMnvUhtatwr a vtelt to Mr and Mrs Fraak Kbbtoawi She WM by Mrs whj will visit relative in BoyJeNlllolim Mn Tbomat Collins hat M h rgu 3ts fS mociriOl party to LouileeKn L R maotoa oo wad Helen Bennett They wIR i eraral days ia the Falls City Mr Ji Thu4zti brr t 4r man has returned from an extended countyHemountains for rusticating hasbeensago school house will continue tho meeting There has been much inter est taken with excellent attendance and several additions to tho church Messrs Charles Strothor II T Stroth er and George O Tebbs of Winchester thehopoaccount of the postponement of the event they were disappointed Squire Dykes has returned from Cia cinnati where he went to bo at the bed side of his daughter Mrs Nipport who was stricken with paralysis He left her much improved which will be good news to her many friendS here Mrs Dykes remained with her daughter Miss Mollio Fifo was the hostess last Thursday afternoon at an Auction Bridge in compliment to Mrs Com mings of SL Petersburg Florida who MrsMpreceded the play The prize a pair of silk hose was awarded Mrs Louis Neal The Walking Club is the latest socletfolksbecome extremely popular The SmithMadgo andCameJ M Madden the fifteen year old son knownLexingtonday and interesting figure among the bornhorsemanthoSuperintendont thohonorcloak opening on Friday and Saturday October the seventh and eighth nine willhavecreations in readytodon tailormade garments for ladies misses and children An experienced salesman from the city will bo with us to fit the suits and cloaks Mc Eubanks and Senator Hubble were prominent stockman hero Monday from Lincoln Besides being a shrewd expertjudgo NewMexicoChenault and other relatives Ho was formerly a resident of Madison but has been in the west about five years G C Clark of White Hall has returned from Louisville where ho went theFallsguest of his sister and other relatives Miss Eleanor Chenault entertained a few of her friends with a weekend last countryThosoMiller Mary Katherine and Julia White Mary Bates Shackolford Sue Smith and Jane D Stockton MurraySmith lorPens1colacato Ho has a very promising business outlook in tho Flower State The Mt Sterling Gazette has the fol lowing account of a beautiful reception which will be of much interest in local social circles Mrs Ceo R Snyder entertained from twelve to four Thursday at her attractive homo on the Win chester pike with one of the largest and most beautiful luncheoneuchre parties Thehousewasflowers and these were arranged with servedfromout the parly colors Mrs H G Hoff andAnnarefreshing beverage Assisting in the wereMrsPriceFishback UPrewittWiilGayguests were present to enjoy the after noon and Mrs Snyders party was with out question one of the loveliest enter tainments the society people of this section have enjoyed for some time MChenaultSpecial matinee for ladies and chil dren today at 3 15 Woodruffs Animal Circus Tonight 715 and 830 New Store MrsUembroiderymatorial Dkkfairof that place 2x Helm Spoke temnspeechwhen he so ably defended the principles of democracy and showed the true meaning of the viekw PayneAldrjch J8responslbJeror OO4Irt1day gkea winItop and is smoke ky alt MM XewbyChriMlin wxineW Vegan last Sunday with key wO Foster pwaidiBf Good crowds an attending ant mu h iatereet imaaU festad This in ateWollOiI end yenr- ftMhe h ly bN4 7 cinre tloa1U Read It naveyoan the toryef the taUta lrOlitiwell the ladIlvinglaPaying Up I The Sheriffs once presented busy sight Mowfcy for Mr MeGord and his terse were wore than busy taking in the money from the lax payers who were anxious to get it off their mindFTlte receipts were handed out fast betw en nine and three oclock County Pipers Madison county has 29 pauper Idiots which is an unusually large number countyThekeep of each which makes the sum of 2275 used in Madison for the maintenance of these poor unfortunates Knights Templars On last evening Richmond No 19 conferred the Orderof the Temple on three candidates and Immediately following a sumptuous banquet was en joyed Sir Knight James Wynn of Winchester was present He is an enthusiastic Tempter and well up in Masonic work Business Good Mr Charles Miller who represents Arnold Hamilton Luxon the big Richmond Wholesale grocers in Leo Rockcastle Estill and other counties in the mountains reports a big increase in business in his line The cross road stores are all in good fix and have laid in a big supply for fall and winter lie reports an excellent trade in remote parts of counties which he is compelled to reach by horseback over rough roads Jones Here Tilford Jones the well known base bigleaguesmond last Thursday and Friday the guest of his sister Mrs S E Scott on Third street He was enrouto to his home in London to spend the winter Jones has been pitching with Montreal in the Eastern league the past season and has made a good record By request have held Woodruffs Midget Animal Circus over for two more performances Matinee today at 315 tonight 715 aad 830 Elks Doings On next Friday the first meeting night in the monlh for the Richmond Elks there will be a social session and a jolly good time is in store for the enjoyTheA R Burnam Jr James Wagers and Charles Culton and these gentlemen arc sure arranging for the fatted calf It wilfbo a spread long to be remember od and the appetites of the members are being carefully prepared so as to let nothing interfere x A feature of the session will be an address by Past Exalted Ruler Jerry Sullivan on the Beauties of tho Old World Mr Sullivan has just returned from a tour of Europe and in his own pleasing manner ho is going to tell tho boys what great sights ho saw Red Men probablytheImproved Order of Red Men in the country Floating Canoe tribe has amon its members a number of the mostsubstantial citizens and they are always hustling for tho good of tho order It is an old custom that wher ever ten pale faces are captured and shown through tho mysteries of the Order and are found to be worthy to wear the tomahawk belt and feathers it is to be followed by a smoker when the pipe of peace is passed around the circle and good fellowship is the watch word The tenth pale face has been captured and the final initiatory work InjunsThomas bigPowwowpale faces One of the best acts over here Wood ruffs Mjdget Animal Circus at the opera house today at 315 tonight 715 830 Normal School There are no socalled bear stories from the office of Dr John Grant Crabbe President of the Eastern Ken tucky State Normal School at Rich fullyfourprevious All departments have start edoff with a very genuine enthusiasm and school spirit Under the direction physialdirectorto its own and the Normal will produce afoot ball team of credit this fall Prof Wilson is also head of a now depart gainedimmediatework AssistantProfessor M W Wilson is n new and aggressive member of the mathematics department Miss Gibson succeeds Miss Carpenter as head of drawing antI Prof Roscoo Gilmore Scott comes from Michigan State Englishtaking Prof Scott has inaugurated a now policy in regard to forensic work following out one of lresident Crabbos progressive moves for a bigger and more influential institution Saturday evening marked the permanent abandon log of forensic class work and tho estab lishment of five new literary societies The departure met with immediate approval on the part of tho student body grenterliteraryteachers The Student obviously the students own publication last week reorganized for the year Its now staff was chosen and represents many of the student leaders Under atridgejmany By popular vote Louis Clifton was elect ed editorinchief while the business management comes to George M Moore Though tho term is yet young the machinery of the Eastern Normal is go servlccshaveAddresses have been made by President SharonPatridgevisiting ministers from Richmond churches Arrangements for a successful lecture course are well under way instituIState school and the hearty response means a victorious year Things are doinjr in the athletics at the EKS Nth fall The football squad is out for practice every afternoon and is rapidly getting late shape under MiamiUniversityto the game and are mostly light but they give evidence of developing into a speedy team lathe opening game of the season they were defeated by the Richmond City team made up of ejteollene stars by the small score of 70 itlebmend scoring a touchdo ara aw4 A safety Coach Wilson is much pleased with the game stating thAt the Normal boys were defeated because of the great er experience of their oppomxHi A YMbMnfilJedowing was put off wtti faN The manager oC aeighboriog tene having dates are requested to write o LuednbytMIucieaL N4chmoa4ismakelteappesrassoeOol1O rgnnizacompleted in time for tit regular Sap l ieae a This magwine made iu first appear ance in JMBM lOt At it eonaitted of 11 tour pagea but under the UOIIIMi manag meM tiooe UNO has grown twwtyfwijr n t i 4444 +4++ + 4 +44 4 SthoclNews HtI hpCliill ++ Nobul4Li JUIIOo the mhl01 Me MHHMl visit to the johools of be ootmty During the month ef Septem ber as fe the usual custom he vMted tkachs farthest away or those In- riHaete parts of the county where the roads become bad at an early date in the fall llrwill finWi about the first of NovemberEvery school in the county is ta session and all report a good attendance Madison is unlike a great many count les In the state where school districts are hardly abk to the expense of first class teacher awl there fore go many weeks during the term without a teacher The minimum salary in this county s 3500 but few schools there are but who get above this amount The graded school proposition at Klrksville is being agitated quite briskly by those in favor of the modern idea and although there is more opposition than was expected It is claimed by those in favgr of it that the vote will carry in support of the graded school Of course the tax is increased a trifle but this should never be taken into consideration whim it comes to the subject of a higher and broader education for the generation growing up Borea is agitating a graded school and those interested are working hard Of course the college opportunities have been responsible for the absence of a graded school this long at Berea but many people say the town should have oneOne of the chief aims of SuptNoland is to got all school property in tho best of condition both sanitary and other wise Have every building substantial and equipped in the most modern manner This coupled with a corpse of hard working teachers who study the needs of the school room at leisure hours and the best way to teach the scholars will place Madison county on an enviable piano of higher education in the state Tho next meeting of tho Teachers Association of Educational Division will take placo at Kirksvillo on Saturday 15 inst It will bo division No 4 The following pupils of the Green Oak school had their names on the honor roll for September They were present every day with no tardy marks and secured an average of 85 per cent in all studtes Cecil Crawford Stella Parke Amanda Parke Nancy Parkc Charles Dozier Iva Dozier Rutledge Dozier Nancy Moberly MaryE Embry HarryMathhallParke Grace Roid Mitchell Reeves Elizabeth Meld Talbott Todd Nellie Fletcher The teachers Association which convened at Rod Mouse on the 24th was perhaps the largest and most interest ing meeting ever held in the county Tho people of Rod House and vicinity certainly verified the belief that they are a most hospitable people Prominent among the entertainers were lrof Coates Rev J II Wilson Prof J B Harris Prof R F Scudder Miss Myriam Noland Miss Carson was secretary Woodruffs Midget Animal Circus last time today Matinee at 315 night 715 and 830 Officers Chosen The registration officers who served yesterday will also serve at the regular election in November The Commissioners have chosen an excellent body of officers who regardless of political feel ing will give every man the right that is lawfully his D B Shackelford democrat with Waller Bennett republi can and D A McChord by virtue of his office as Sheriff compose the Board of Commissioners for this county Mr Bennett was chosen secretary and the following listed CoURT HOUSE Precinct 1 A R Burnam Jr and S A Deathcr age judges Neal Bennett clerk George H Myers sheriff CITY HALL 2 GentryjudgesIarrlsh sheriff NORMAL 3 G B Turley and Ballard Million judges J T Ferrell clerk and H F Barker sheriff FRANCIS 4 JudgesJsheriff CIIENAULT 5 Win Ashier and Walton F Parks jud ges Robert Asher clerk and D M Phelps sheriff WHITE HALT judgesLeonardshcrff RED HOUSE 7 D ILTribblo and Elkany Pig jud ges D P Black clerk J D Powell sheriff McCHEAHTT 8 James Parks and John L Eads judges S M Risk clerk H II Green sheriff COLLEGE HIIL 9 judgesEKAVANAUOn 10 JudgesWWACO 11 judgesMTsheriff BKASSFIEUJ 12 J M Uendren and Jesse frond us judges Wm H West clerk John Hoard sheriff BEARWALLOW 13 Dan Hudson Speed McKeahan judges George Sparks clerk T C GossiV sheriff KiNCSTon 14 judjesOeorosheriff BLUE LICK 15 judgesJohnsheriff BEREA 1- GJno L Gay and J T Scrivener jud ges T J Osbern clerk C C Rhodes sheriff CLAY 17 cL T WillseH and J E Johnson jud FayetteVaughanDOXCAVSOS 18 John0 Mfwea aDd J 11 AThitejHd gee Joe Boggs clerk ItL Martin sheriff BUKSAM 19 jugMRsheriff TVI8 18 Rebt Lang ao4 Shelby Jell jwlgM esiiMrUfr tMrPeRKJ LdnrttsjnienWlttXclhndren Mri lOONY JI WuJucIpaaNtI 8IMri XWlttnj3ea and EhnxlK TUaIWJucp K I- Tudor ctar S B aecU- fKIIiMI4QIt N ZL wNUI mDo Jw Ju 11 W ctvrk Thom 1oDMUr YALunrYnw M Joe BrmnAmbure aadJailleaL Sow oIerkIauo Tn Tr w Cobb Talks- PrinentLoca1IMentber of urjeyToeccOsociety view JCrJeaMCobb the Xa dillOReo ly member of the Oistrict Board of the Tobacco Society was at Lexing tonWaat TiMwiay and WwiMtay to attend UietMporUnt meeting f the Ex ecutive Board of the Society nod al though the Dean de Med to throw the est poo highbitld6rgrowers W back and are responsible for the state of affairs as now exists will come forward within the next twentyfour days and save IL Mr Cobb is one of the best posted tobacco men in the state and in conversation with a representative of the he said if this pool went down itwould bo the greatest calamity the state has ever suffered as well as portions of adjoining states in wiiieh tobacco was raised As is stated in another part of this issue the Board decided to begin the sale at auction of the 120000000 pounds of the 1909 crop on next Thursday in Lexington and if the growers fail to come tothe rescue not over 8 cents will be realized for tho best grades The resolution as adopted is as follows Resolved That the Executive Board of the Burley Tobacco Society proceed on the 6th of October 1010 at boxing ton Ky to sell the 120000000 pounds of the 1909 crop now in the pool to the highest and best bidder by sample in 10 hogshead lots unless sold privately between now and tho Cth and continue said sales from to day as in their judgment they think wise and proper with the right to reject any and all bids Mr Cobb said that the Board had sta tistics to show that in Ohio West Vir ginia Missouri Indiana as well as Ken lucky there wero 250000 acres of tho 1910 crop and of this number 150000 would make a winning pool The prediction by the members of the Board that 8 cents would be best price offered has been proven truo by the interview given out Thursday at Lexing ton by Vice President Toewater of the American Tobacco Company in his bold statement that the trust would not pay moro than S cents for the average crop Mr Toewatcr stated that they were willing to pay a fair price for the to bacco but that it all depended upon what a man considered a fair price that some people considered 15 cents a fairprice but that they considered 15 cents a prohibitive price Mr Roes then asked Mr I twelvsdiikn 1andwoald pay fur that and in fact mid that they would not be in the mar ket for that tobacco as they were well Mocked Circuit Court The docket is a full one and iRan- drtlliema there H wIRe little conges Lieu The commonweaHhwill as usual hoW forth the first week if not longer There are several very important oases for the Commonwealth to take up and if aU are tried the tes work will take up a good part of the session The case 0 Leonard Abney for the killing of James Lane at Berea several months ago is to come upOft former trial a hung jury was the result Krnest Hayes who was tried on the same charge was given a sentence of twenty ene years Another case Is Ad Creekmere for the killing of the negro woman CaBle Hush in Richmond and Ohio Thomas for killing of Wm Masters at Valley View 11 all these cases are disposed of H will be it busy time for Commonwealth attorney Crutcher and County attorney Jackson There are about 130 cases for unlawfully selling liquor gaming chicken stealing carrying concealed weapons etc There are fourteen now cases against Alex Pence for unlawfully selling liquor and 2 appeals from the lower court John Ellis has 14 indictments to face on tho same charge Both reside in the county On the old Equity docket there aro 113 cases and 45 new appearances On theJDrdinary there are 29 new cases and 15 ready for trial Twentyolio suits were tiled the last three days before the time for filing CXr plred for the present term which caused a little hustling with circuit clerk White and his aid Mr Wagers Going After Em County Attorney O P Jackson is going after the property which the county bid in for back taxes and ho will ask the court to transfer the deeds to the state There is a lot ot land and town property which the county bid in at the sheriff sacs heretofore and under the law if the owner does not come up and redeem by paying off the Hen and the penalty the coumj attorney aciingfortho staftj zhalFaskthe- court to male the state a deed to the property Of course an owner can at any time redeem hsproperty which done in nearly every casts Notice to Electric Light Customers We are maintainingan office in the cen ter of the city located with every regard for the convenience of our customers and un der our contract every customers bill is due and payable each month at this central office We do not employ a collector They are annoying to Our customers and are ex pensive and unnecessary in our line of busi ness Operating conditions make it difficult and expensive for us to carry customers ac counts and we are forced to require a settlement at the end of each thirty days Hereafter we are going co enfore a uniform rule to discontinue service when bills are not promptly paid and charge 1 for making connections again It costs money to dis connect meters and wirei sad it costs more money to make the connections over again We will not bear this expense ourselves We want to make this matter plain as we are go ing to make the rule apply to everybody We ask that you bear this in mind and ifyour bill is not paid and your lights are cut off f please remember that we gave you FAIR WARNING THIS NOTICE IS ALL WE WILL SEND Yours very truly Richmond Electric Power Co tI1 1 I First Showing of Fall andWinter Styles jfWe offer you the widest range of selection in Suits and Overcoats ever sh own in townfWe welcome your inspection of these new arrivals We wont astyou4o buy but iLls well worth your time to see this assortment ofstvl iforFall and Winter ADLERS COLLE6IAN CLOTHES I are decidedly stylish Suits and Overcoats which can be depended upon to give gowl service We know they will giveyou satisfaction because we know how they are made This showing Jneludes Bappjr styles for young nQDaOO garments of more dignified elegance for the older men who prefer the more subdued styles = You will be welcome tQiqokt Uii showingof Fall and Winter clothes Suits and Overcoats 1500 to 3000 jlioes9 JIatB and Mtcii 8 JFttrnlsHinjI i TTe0HQiaIROme ol Good Clothes rfJ S Staniler Prop Corner Second A Main Richmond Ky 4R a1I uI1ser J To be ea Given Aw ylin MA1OTE oil Oct will give away one Iwe of the Free sewing Machines 4 1J I Make a note of the date and call at our store today for Free Registered 1 Coupon We want everybody to get a coupon They arefrerid we will appreciate your call LUMAN AND HI G GIN So l Carpets and Stoves Opposite Hotel Glyndon Main Street Wl Headquarters for Sewing Machines and Suppliesall makes r For Sale Second hand Moores air tight heaterr good as new Apply U ILCeok FerryH DroTrterer 4t Lost Southdown Buck and small brown billy goat Wool is off of neck of buck Left homofcpuEtday tt ElmerPea- thoragePUBLICSALE Of Garrard County Land At Point Leavell on the L N R Rand on Lancaster and Richmond pike 5 miles east of Lancaster Ky at 2 oclock p m- Saturday Oct J5JO210 ACRES to be sold in four separate tracts as follows 167 acres with Improvements 54 sicres of unimproved land 5 acres with a dwelling 3 12 acres with room store bnilding Each tract fronts on pike Sale is to wind up an estate and will be sold to highest bid der and is strictly an absolute sale with out reserve bybid or limit Terms easy This is a highclass farm with splendid improvements Write us fur detailed description and full particulars Possession January 101- 1Hughes Swincbroad Lancaster Ky PUBLIC SALE Having decided to sell my home on on Main street in Richmond Ky I will on Thursday Oct 20 JO at the hour of 11 oclock a m offer said property at public sale to the high est bidder laid property is the residence knownas the Walker place adjoining the properties of J B Mc Creary and Waller Bennett and is one of the most desirable and best located residences in the city fronting on Main street 75 feet and running back with parallel lines to North street a distance of about 625 feet On said lot is a good brick residence with eight rOoms large hall bath room good cellar cistern large barn good garden smoke house coal houseand all necessary outbuild- Ings Several peach tries that never fall to bear fruit There is room on this lot to sell two building lots fronting on North street Said property will be sold on tho fol lowing terms 300000 duo and paya bIn Jan 1911 at which time deed will be madeiand possession given and the remainder of the purchase money to be due and payable in two equal payments due Jan 1912 and 1013 bearing inter est at 0 per cent front Jan 1 1911 with lien retained to secure payment of same or the whole amount maybe paid Jan 1 1911 if so desired by purchaser MRS S H THORPE Long Tom Chenault Auctioneer Anyone desiring to look over property can do so by calling at Madison National Bank for S H Thorpe Consign Your Live Stock TOo C C Seal Co UitM Stwk Yards Ciftcimti 0 And receive the highest market price as we are the largest order buyers on the Cincinnati market W S NORRIS oct 3mo Richmond Ky Thursday ct6W F Mann presents Miss Quina Marion and Miss horn Wcningcn i- nTempest afld- SUNSfflNIB A Dramatization of Mary J Holmes famous novel A beautiful story of Southern life Fourth successful sea son Special scenic production Prlees8540 565Ro- und Trip Fro- mRichmond l aftdahl way elation ReguUr ram a5 Saturday 15 Furniture MusicPopfls Wanted 4I xarsolfcHIng class in piano and vocal music lessons to bo given at my home on North street ForI further particulars apply to Mary Traynor xC sI For Sale Extrago oil tobccoslicks Mowmi yRODuSOX KytFR t rdesire to rent my house and about 11miavenueundersigned 02S2t John Allman Come to Owen McKee Richmond Ky for dry goods and notions Others do and why not you tf 1liflike the last Sure We handle only one grade of beef Iamb yea or pork and that is 2Oldones learn it very quiekl If i you are tired of ordinary meats try ours and youV relish for them will come back at once lor iir J rajjjS- btbr STOCKTON SON for Sale Two story house Sroorris halls good location bath gas and aU modern conveniences Corner North and Fifth streets Address e Ins S P WrrnEi- i928It FOrd Ky C G CULTON iSuccessor to Douglas Culton I231 WEST MAIN STREET ELF 0 2I rr Peoria Drill fThesomet1iingtfiathasthis Drill until you see it You cannot afford to buy until you know its features over others For further information call and t see v n it Ii Os B Shackelford EHardware Tinware Stove and aaFarm Implements The Dry Fall Outingj I All Aboard Mammoth CaveWcdnoday OctOber 19th One siig forardanco h 650 iI Pays AS Your Eijl Expiii1- acIdg beard and tb mmloen to tMOlV SEEu rWvItea iS i t ctk f 0 4 t is J t r J c 1 I 4EI r 0s 7T Battle of Riehffiottfl Ky By A C Quisenberry I ttwrfey Ait 38188 was OHC el theveriet Us ftewaetl in alf the sensuOus iIe times 11 ws a rrsam erckyiR the beautiful blue grass eewtry theHwere making music all the day ami natur In her rario eeWi seemed to proclaim that ilio workl was made for peace and the joy llire OH that beautiful summer morning just fortyeight yearsago I was not rtiJtbrollterWal1e yUger Our home wlrae my broth er still lives was twF lniles outh of Winchester on tim turnpike road that leads from that town fo Boones boro and thenco on to mchIri till Early in tho morning Waller and I had driven a cart into our fathers large peach orchard and wo set in to pick twentyfive bushels of peaches to convoy to Winchester that alter noon and sell for 25 cents a bushel as to getsomo pocket money for our serves They were such peaches as fruit dealers in Washington City now retail at 5 cents eachor say at the rate of S15 a bushel Before the morning was far advanc ed the deep peace of that lovely day was broken by a sullen tnullled boom booml boom in the direction of Hich mond which town as tho crow flies was not more than fifteen miles away to the southward Then hour after hour the sullen roar of the big guns continued as battery answered battery and we two little Ixjvs to whose cars the breezes never boforoiyi borne the clash of resounding arms knew that it was a battle The cannonading at Richmond wont- on with hardly a pause and seemed to be coming nearer and nearer Wo went on picking our peaches About II oclock we heard a great noise of horsemen riding on the pike about a furlong away and we looked and saw that it was the Winchester llomo Guards going in a gallop to Richmond to help put down the rebellion About the 25th of August 1862 Gen eral E Kirby Smith moved out of Knoxville Tcnn with Lexington Ky as his objective point His force con sisted of the brigades of General Preston Smith and General B J Ilill com manded by General Patrick R Ole burno and the brigades of McCray and McNair commanded by General T J Churchill Ills army consisted of barely 6000 men aQd comprised tho following regiments and organizations viz Infantry Fourth Arkansas regiment Fourth Arkansas battalion Thirteenth Arkansas Fifteenth Arkansas First Arkansas mounted riflemen Second Arkansas mounted riflemen Second Tennessee Fifth Tennessee Twelth Tennessee Thirteenth Tennessee Forty seventh Tennessee Fortyeight Tennes see One Hundred and FiftYfourth Tennessee anlln company of sharp 4 HOT BLAST skooters Cavalry First LewWaiw First Georgia Third T naeee Arlillery The Texas Battery Doug las flattery Martins Battery With this force Kirby Smith did some rather remarkable marching for they covered tho distance front KHOX ville to Kingston in Madison county Kentucky in about three daysa dis tance of nearly one hundred miles This would have been very unusual marching even througha good country and over good roads but Kirby Smiths march waS through the wild and tortuous fastnesses of the rugged KenItuckyoer enterIcdtwenty miles west of Cumberland Gap and during tho whole of the march to Kingston the men subsisted almost entirely upon the roasting ears which they plucked from the cornfields grow ing along their route They reached Kiugton some six or eight miles south of Richmond on August 29 rather late in the afternoon and although his men were almost starving and were broken down and worn out by the fatigues of their wonderful march General Smith deter mined upon an immediate attack uponj a force of Union troops which there contested his advance His attack brought on merely a brisk skirmish and after a few volleys the Union forces fell back upon Richmond General William Nelson who commanded the Union forces at Richmond was a very able officer but ho was a man of violent and ungovernable temper He had under his command about 10000 men and of these eight regiments of infantry and two of cavalry were encamped at Lexington or in that vicinity where ho had established his own headquarters when ho should have established them at Richmond That portion of his forces encamped at Rich mond and which took part in the battle on August 30 was fully 9000 strong comprising two brigades commanded respectively by General Mahlon D Manson and General Charles Craft These brigades consisted of the follow ing regiments and organizations viz Infantry Twelfth Indiana Sixteenth Indiana Filtyflfth Indiana Sixtysixth Indiana Sixtyninth Indiana Seventy first Indiana Ninetyfifth Ohio Third East Tcnnt t ice Third Kentucky Eighteenth Kentucky CavalrySixth Kentucky Seventh Kentucky Artillery Andrews First Michigan Light Artillery Lanpherss Battery Nearly all of these were raw troops who had been in the service only two or three weeks On the day of the battle Messrs William Goodloo Hart Boswell L P Shaw and Wharton M Moore prominent citizens of Lexington acted as volunteer civilian aides to Generals Manson and Cruft and the official re A Check On The State Bank paymentsWhen is an indispntable receipt for your money Payment by check is a check on spending too You think twice before drawing a check And the second thought often results in your xil5rawipg it at all Open all account and youll save in spite of yourself State Bank Trust Company Richmond Ky Globe Air Tight HOT 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 peopleIR an honest price See it operationyou will like itl SOLD EXCLUSIVELY BY weD Buckley Co East Main Street Ladies ReadytoWear Garments Our FajlStoct is ffowinI You are invited to call and inspect our Jend somestock IMrs J M Barlcw ilFJyeej West Manit RichmonaKy ports of the Imttk cay that they bore tkMt s lves dHrmg the rillin which they were ewefcmfly fully exposed with aft tjbt eete MS atM bravery seA t MK Mr Jehu Miller ItRleltJf jMaier volunteer civ iliau ai wikiii dln the battle General Nelson was expecting a Confederate advance into Kentucky by exactlyhsame route that Kirby Smiths army came over and his troops had been posted at Richmond for the purpose of contesting their advance But Nelson had no idea that the Con unparal1ctheir arrival at Kingston on the evening of August 29 was in the nature of a complete surprise As early as August 21 General H G Wright who commanded the military department of Kentucky with his headquarters in Cincinnati had sent orders to General Nclson directing him in case of a Con federate advance upon Richmond not to risk a fight unless he was quite sure of success but to fall upon a more lIe feasible position upon the Kentucky river General Nelson in his turn sent orders to General Manson who commanded the force at Richmond in Nelsons absence not to fight when the Confederates should appear but to retreat by way of Lancaster road But instead of retreating as ho had been ordered to do early on the morn- Ing of August 30 General Manson moved forward five miles to meet the Con federates and his extreme advance guard about six hundred yards in front of his main line became engaged with Clcburnos leading brigade com mantled by Colonel Hill but after a slight brush fell back to the main line Hills brigade soon formed in line behind the crest of a low ridge which was nearly parallel with and about five hundred yards south of the position occupied by Manson Cleburne brought up a battery which ho placed in a favorable position near the center of his line Afire of infantry and ar tillery then commenced and Cloburne brought another battery into position Then for two hours both artillery and infantry were engaged from their respective positions General Manson now pushed his left forward to turn the Confederate right and Clcburno met this movement with one regiment of Preston Smiths bri gade which had been formed behind a crest in his rear but Mansons per sistency in that quarter made it necessary for Cleburno to reinforce his right with all of the reserVo brigade under Preston Smith In the meantime General Kirby Smith had reached the field with Gen eral Churchills division consisting of McCrayN and McNairs brigades and he promptly dispatched Churchill with one brigade to turn the Federal right General Manson apparently disregard ing this movement still boldly advanc ed his own left to carry out his plan of turning the Confederate flank This wellconceived maneuver at first seemed to endanger the Confederate army but Preston Smith with his brigade stood firm and after a severe struggle checked and finally drove back the advancing Federals General Cleburne who up to this time had taken a very con spicious part in the fight displaying both skill and gallantry was severely wounded General Churchill had now gained Mansons right and by a bold and determined charge threw the Federals into a disorder that amounted almost to a rout Late on tho night of the 20th Gen eral Nelson at the headquarters in Lexington received intelligence of thatdays skirmish at Kingston Early on the morning oMho 30th ho mounted his horse and accompanied only by a single officer of hisstaff ho rode furiously to Lancaste t hither ho had ordered General Manson to retreat in case of a Confederate advance upon Richmond expecting to find Mansons army there Utterly disappointed in this he againset forth on horseback still accompanied by a singlo aide and rode at a terrible pace to Richmond General Nelson was a man of herculean frame nearer seven feet tall than six and weighing three hundred pounds without an ounce of superfluous flesh He rode that day 52 miles killing or breaking down horse after horse which betook as ho came to them where over he happened to find them Ho reached his retreating army at Rogersvillle a village two miles north of the position from which it had just been driven in the fight described above Here General Nelson by almost su perhuman efforts rallied the routed men and they again made determin ed stand McCrays brigade by a rapid march struck Nelsons right while Clcburnes division now coin manded by Preston Smith attacked him in front The celerity of McCrays movement brought him into action before the other troops reached the field and his men suffered severely from the con en ration upon them of a galling and destructive fire but the advance of Preston Smith whose troops moved into action giving therebel yell as they gallantly charged again caused a rout of the Federal army who fell back in wild disorder upoa Richmond followed closely by the victorious Con federates In the public cemetery in the north eastern edge of the town of Richmond General Nelson rallied as he reports officially about 2300 of his thoroughly dispirited men for a final struggle and a forlorn hope This position was jn4iekHHy chosen for it was upon a commanding ridge ad both his Hanks were protected by skirts of woods General Kirby Smith immeditttly sent X Nairs brigade to turn woos flask and with Ute remainder of his free made an impetuous aatault di reeHy upon Nelsons BtTlM Fed seal troops steed their ground long aottfth toJ1rethr vellejM and then they ftediftwMCor Nelson in his ociai r4 uai panlo rout In this agnijr OaniraJ Keben was Mwwly wwMftad lath thigh bUt he mad a despmifci aWe pt to tem the tkte of retreat wad wily hb a mi again Hatlew hfahair Btrcamiag m the wiad hisye bio Kls MK his fisoered and io flawed with fury Hrod1dJyabout aeW raging and roaring like a wovaded Hon ordering JL1eDt9 rally and baatbtK them down with The flat of his Word wh a they refused One officer shouted to his ten kdilband and save themselves in any way they could aad Nebon rode furiously i t i dOJIfDithe the1 When the field wa almost Mreof troops and ohiKaad a law eth r oWows reawrtiwd Mtdd md with passion he still refused to leave ad without doubt would have died there defying the enemy to the last except that Col Green Cfey Smith repeating the feat of John Graham of t1I81PrJnoe uttIiJl9glyWhatever may be said of General William Nelson BO one can charge him with cowardice for he never feared the face of man Ho was courage incarnate The rout that ensued may have been paralleled in history but certainly has never been exceeded and it js beyond my power to describe it Driverless teams of maddened horses hitched to heavy supply wagons running in aim less terror spread still further dismay in the roads that were already blocked with fleeing throngs of panicstricken men The main line of the retreat was along the Lexington pike and nearly nine hundred men made their escape along this road and reached Lexington in safety About as many moro left the Lexington road near Foxtown seven miles from Richmond and fled by the Bconcsboro road to Winchester and thence to Part where they went to Cincinnati by rail Hundreds of the men forsook all roads and struck through the fields and woods These uncaptured refugees reached the Ohio river in squads at various points reach ing from the mouth of the Little Sandy river to the eastward to the city of Louisville to the westwarda distance of probably more than three hundred miles Prof N S Shalcr in his history of Kentucky says that in no battle in the civil war was an army so completely the lighting in the morning Colonel John Scott with his regiment of Louisiana cavalry was sent to gain the rear of Richmond He went dow the Tales Creek about four miles and then struck across country to the Lexington pike which ho reached at Mr Shelby Irvines farm about half way between Richmond and Foxtown Hero ho intercepted the panicstricken refugees who offered a feeble resist ance and lost seventeen killed and twentyfive wounded among the killed being Lieut Col Wolfe of the Sixteenth Indiana infantry It was at this point that most of the prisoners w retaken and among them was General Mahlon D Manson who lad command ed the Union troops during the first part of the fight and considering the extreme rawness of the troops and notwithstanding their ultimate rout the fight they put up at tho beginning of the battle against seasoned veterans was something that any troops would have a right to be proud of All the Union troops who had passed Irvines farm before Scotts cavalry got there escaped capture but all who came afterwards and there were thousands of themwere taken prisoners Many however made their escape by taking to the woods From Lexington the Union troops retreated immediately to Louisville and Kirby Smith occupied Lexington on September 1 On the same day the Union army at Paris fell back to Cincinnati No troops were encamped at Winchester The Confederate loses in the battle of Richmond were 78 killed 272 wounded 1 missing total 351 The Union looses were 200 killed 844 wounded 4050 taken prisoners total 5700 Tho Confederates captured nine pieces of artillery 10000 small arms 375 supply wagons a large number of horses and mules and great quantities of all kinds of military stores and supplies Out of those captured supply wagons Kirby Smiths ragged and dusty troops got that night the first square meal they had had in months Tho prisoners were paroled at Rich mond and allowed to return to their homes About a month later the Fed oral authorities sent them to the posts in the Northwest where Indian troubles were prOvident and they were put to fighting Indians but were never put into the field against Confederates unless regularly exchanged The Con federates claimed that sending these men to tho posts in the Northwest and putting thorn to fighting Indians was not a square deal for tho troops of the garrisons that these paroled troops relieved in the Northwest wero immediately sent to Virginia and Tennessee and put in active service against tho Con about 4 oclock in the after noon of August 30 retreating soldiers from the defeated Union army began to straggle along the pike in front of my home going toward Winchester None of theso men hid been taken prisoners but they were among the first of those who had run away from the field of battle Some of them still had their guns and other accoutre- ments By this time my brother and I had finished picking the twentyfive bushels of peaches and had started to Winchester with them in our cart As wci drove from our front gate into the pike we came right into the midst of about forty of the refugees some with out guns and some with These men at once wanted to buy peaches We were two little rebels with all our souls but we had not the heart to charge those duststained weary dispirited and defeated men for A few peaches so we told them to help themselves Each if an took about a dozen peaches As we proceeded ea our way we overtook and were overtaken by other squads of retreating soldiers to aUor whom we gave peaches These men could very easily have taken the fruit away from us but nose of them did They ill offered to pay and wewould t accept pay By 1M time we got to the top of the kill ia ttw edge of Winchester our pea Vi all 100800 there was nothing for it but to turn our tones around sad drive baclc home again just nsth King of France with forty thousand mm marched up a hill sad- tion nMHolHKi down again We dtt not hav tufty thousand peaofcet as w mascheti op tfo hill and ytt had none at al as mrafaad own but Lsse su tfte neWwr Walter oar I train that day to this htvelyr4 a singfe regret f r r lot pocket Money As ft 4iote our OXCM hemvwnri we Met tfe WTinehecter Boa Gtcut esu the rmea iJJia a gallop Thy had gone tmi Ifcii Mfcaa Boonesforo twelve inilw away from Hichmood and they luC hold that strong stint egicposislon for several hoars Tb y bad COBoWed to let Grant lid Ster nsa put down the rebellion c That night twelve of the retreathig Union troops lodged at my fatherS boone II gave them supper kxlg ng andbrOOkfIst and charged them moth jrtatwhlcU they were greatly cur prised especially when they learned itot he WM Bt a Union man ORe of- thsNiea in speaking of the fight Vt Riefcmoad that day and the ferocity ettke rebels and their dreadful ylsaid Their very horses cams at as snort log with rage their eyes gashing Area d their mouths wide epea as if to rend us Another one a mere boy who belonged to the Ninetyfifth Ohio toM of lila bunky who was his neighbor at homo in Ohio being shot down by his side struck in the head and i stantI- ykilled the bullet going through the band of his cap This boy had picked up his dead comrades cap upon which the blood and brains were not yet dry when he showed it to us and was wearing it upon his own head to give to the poor dead boys mother On tho next day Sunday quite a number of other retreating men passed up the Boonesboro pike going northward none of whom had been captured in the battle All these men hind made their escape from the battle field by cutting through the woods and not coming out upon a public road again until after they had crossed the Ken tucky river The only pursuit of the retreating troops that was made by the Confederates was in the direction of Lexington None pursued in the direction of Winchester and not until a week after the battle did any Con federate troops come to Winchester One party of the refugees about forty strong who still hall their guns crossed the river at Combs Ferry between Boonesboro and Clays Perry and retreated along the Combs Ferry and Chilcsburg turnpike road When they came to the old Ilickman farm once the home of Richard Hickman Governor of Kentucky in 1812 one of them looked over the fence of the inscribedIa of the Kovo luti nary War He called out to his comrades Boys there is a Revolu tionary soldier buried here These retreating men formed in line about the grave and fired a military salute of honor over tho remains of the soldier who had fought at Saratoga Trenton Yorktown And then they resumed their retreat On Monday September 1802 the paroled Union soldiers began passing through Winchester on their way to Cincinnati and they continued to do 59 for more than a week Tho people in the farmhouses along their route in Clark county were nearly all rebels but they kindly and courteously fed and lodged these men without money and without price giving them the best they had- While two little boys were picking a cartload of peaches a bloody battlo had been fought and an army had been destroyed Banish Catarrh Breath Hyomei for Two Minutes and StuifedUp Head will Vanish If you want to got relief from catarrh cold in the head or from an irritating cough in the shortest time breathe HY OMEI pronounce it Highome It will clean out your head in two minutes and allow you to breathe freely awake or asleep IIYOMEI will cure a cold in one day it will relieve you or disgusting sn tallies hawking spitting and offensive breath in a week HYOYE is made chiefly from eucalyptus a soothing healing germkilling antiseptic that comes from the eucalyptus forests of inland Australia where catarrh asthma and consumption were never known to exist IIYOMEI is pleasant and easy to breathe Just pour a few drops into tho hard rubber pocket inhaler breathe it and cure it almost certain A complete Hyomoi outfit including inhaler And one bottle of IIYOMEI costs only 100 at druggists everywhere and at B L Middoltons If you already own an inhaler remember that you can got an extra bottle of HYOMEI for only 50 cents Jews Celebrate Beginning at sun down on Monday evening and extend ing to last evening at sun down all orthodox Jewish people observed the Rosli Hashanah or the Jewish Now Year As there is no syna gogue in Richmond the Jew ish people of this city went tdCiucinnati where theTem plesand Synagogues of tbat eIbrationsThe meaning and purpose of this festival is not set forth explicitly in the Bible It be came the day of blowing the trumpet reminding the Is realites that a new period of time begins and that no oc casion could be more appropriate for the endeavor after a neWlife for amendment and reconciliation with God It was the dar of memorial when Isreal felt himself held by Godin mercif ulremembrance It is a solemn occasion though not a mournful one It is a day of chastening mem odes a day of reflecting on mans frailty of character Beingone of the solemn festivals of Judaism it is ob s yed with great earnestness an l piety On it the Jew retrains Jrofn attending to hit daily vocation and fives him self wholly to sacred nedita u Niftd rtyepcpM O indtPstiO4t lsr- oaraJ No appelit and what LdiI fit s itMrsoM oni Uwrtbj kDrthek- bliol Ka1teraeJ II Walker ubnrOboCinatipatia cstis heasIue- naiiadtz1nM tanitiior ileltp pit escrlle10hDtibosue aetsaet gently and tare fonr J6Ct n a Ask yi Mr A jam ON TOBACCO BEFORE CHURCH CLUB At Louisville Justice ORear Makes Strikihi Talk On Burley POll Justice E C ORear of the Kea tacky court of appeals took The To baeeo Situation as the subject for a striking address before the Mens Club ot the Crescent Hill Presbyterian church In Louisville The seri ous light in which he regards the or ganization of growers is shown In the declaration It the farmers are not prosperous there Is not town In Kentucky except ioulsvllln that could stay on the map longer than it would take the railroads to move the citizens away- Kentucky Rich Monopoly Kentucky seeds ipore money said Judge ORear abiJ people are not going to give it to us We have been inviting foreign capital ever since I have been big enough to read the newspapers but It either has not received the Invitation or has been busy elsewhere Kentucky produces 75 per cent of the burley tobacco of tho world and more tobacco of all kinds than any equal territory Tobacco grown elsewhere Is no more Kentucky tobacco than blue grass Is Kentucky bluegrass when grown In MlMourl Horses can be raised wherever a man can but there is no thor oughbred like the one bred In old Kentucky So there Is something In this domain chosen by our forefathers for a home when they had the whole west to choose from that Is conducive to the production of tobac co Practically we have a monopoly of its production Efficacy of Organization There Is nothing In that muddy stream called the Ohio river that makes It natural for people living north of It to be more successful And there Is no reason why Indiana and Illinois and Ohio should grow richer every year while Kentucky barely holds her own unless It Is because they are given a protection that Kentucky Is not Judge ORear declared that he felt It was permissible for any man Inter ested In establishing Kentucky where she was 60 years ago among her sister states to concern himself with the great movement of organization which has the approval of the legis lature theprcss the courts and the constitution and Is similar to organ izations which were approved by the predecessor of the present president of the United States THE FINAL ANALYSIS Shelby Sentinel If the tobacco grower docs not today pool his 1910 product there Is but one reason for it It can he de scribed in a single word It Is an ugly one too and one that we bate to utter or to glvo place to in our minds Yet it is the only one that will stand the test of a diagnosis That word Is selfishness Now that we have spit It out let there be none to believe that The Sentinel Is any the less sincere In its friendship to the tobacco grower It Is by reason of our Intenso love for the farmer and his Interests which are a part of our own that we have forced ourselves to this extreme statement in the hope that the evil may be corrected and cured while there Is time To repeat again let the days for profitless discussion of the good things done by the pool be ended The proof is too abundant and patent for argument The question and the only one that Is up to the farmer today Is will you pool your crop If you still insist on argument and angry discus zion let us add tell your troubles to the marines well none of them Pool pool pool your crop The crop of 1910 Thats all A WARNING TO INDEPEN DENTS Cynthlana Log Cabin The Issues are made up and the In telligent farmer can not fall to realize that he is In the most serious position he has over occupied He can pool his crop and thereby help Insure a good market for years to come or he can sell out to the trust and help kill the goose that lays the golden egg- There are thousands of farmers who think they can sell out and not affect the general result farmers who are willing to take the chances on some one else keeping up the marketIt to be seen whether the majority of farmers will do their duty to themselves and their neigh bors or will hold out and let the pool go to ruin We have no words of abuse for the independent and we believe we have never applied the word dumper to the outsiders But we want to warn these Independents that they are doing all In their power to ruin the tobacco market for years to come and that they will succeed In doing It unless they quickly Join the pool in large numbers Each independent can do more than any old pooler because every time an Independent Joins he Is lowed by four or five old poolera folI have been waiting on the dents We want to urge the independents to quickly Join their neigh bors and Insure the success of the pool A few more weeks and it may be everlastingly too late I IAdditional Farm News The Mt Olivet Tribune Democrat says George Thompson of the Thomas neighborhood delivered a bunch of turkeys to Mays villb parties on Tuesday of last week for which lie re ceived 20 cents per pound gross The FlemingsburgTimes- DemoCrat says Wednes day morning G M Fleming weighed up to Jas N Kirk Q head of export steers averaging about 1509 pounds They brought 5il758Q or an vensge of nearly i0564 a lbeing sojtl at 7 cents Jus Bigstaff and Jeff Oockrell1 of Montgomery were here Wednesdjijr to re iyeit part of their purchase of feeding cattle They re eiTed 20 of WBDudley averaging 1025 and 14 of Mrs Lida R Mcllrain aver iging 960 and40 of Bob liar per whose weight we failed rIGr r 1f oUcan get a strictly kigli grade Suit or Over coat made as you want it and that will give t1iorouksatis factionat from 30 to 50 per cent less than average tailors charges if we send your measure to Ed KPrice Co Largest tailors in the world of GOOD madetoorder clothes Look over their assortment of beautiful Fall Wool ns and fashions exhibited in our tailoring department and make a selection while the line is new and complete Weknow one of their suits will make you a permanent customer an lot thf y well ope torm hem wear A of is in that is secure addition to this you have from what is by far the that is in city z o1j5 4 to All at 525 V At Lexington last ion to discuss the pool of the 1910 crop and to meet at the courthouse at 2 p m Adiscussion revealed that are about 250000 acres of tobacco in the burley belt this and is now housed Of this amount 000 acres have been pooled After a vote was taken and it was decided at once on 6 to begin the sale at auction in the warehouses in blocks ten hogsheads the one hundred and twenty millions of pounds of tobacco in the unsold 1909 pool Dont let the baby suffer from sores or nov itching of the shin Doans Ointment gives instant relief quickly Perfectly for children All dt jgis8 sell it You cant play baseball and occupy the pulpit of the church is the conclusion at by the congregation of the Crestwood church Louisville asked for the resignation of their pastor Arthur Brooks last week because ho belonged to the Saturday afternoon league They all signed petition that he was unfit to bo in charge of the flock Wonder if they would have objected to him fishing or hunting Never can tell who youll mash finger or suffer a cut bruis burn or scad Be prepared Dr Thomas Eclectic Oil instantly relieves the pain quickly cures the wound how MuchDo T You Want To Invest In Your NEW FALL SUIT 10 15 20 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 Brcwn will be very strong and we have assorlmert consisting of every conceivable shade Gray will very popular The fabrics beautiful and softtoned effects much in eviderce Worsteds Tweeds Cheviots Velours Clays and soft Thibits are in the leadrrhe 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 onlyare and stylishly made but the matcrials are suck Ihnt might resisting combination good wear and splendid styles mosdesirabIe Boys Clothing and what you here In the ad vantage of selecting greatest stoek displayed this r E V woepget bought Tuesday BoardJof adjourned there year being 37 discussion Thursday Oct Lexington of enema cures safe arrived Methodist who Kev a a or be are extremely are NOTICE= n pricesIWool Will treat you right- I pay the HIGHEST MARKET PRICE for FURS Ring phone 363 M WIDESRICHMOND KENTUCKY hEri xsSJIIIiiR 1Js Taylor Oldham Invite your attention to their Model Radiators and Wonder Oak Heating Stoves The best the market affords We Sell the Best Cooking Stoves Made We also sell and recommend the SUPERIOR WHEAT DRILLthe best made TAYLOR OLDHAlI tr= t = 1J p t 1aws Is Your Plumbing Upto Date Does your plumbing equipment represent your good taste andCiyour prudence as thoroughly as your other household urnishings Why not The sanitary equipment of your house is a matter of the greatest importance The health of your family demands that your plumbing fixtures should be clean and sanitary The cost of modern equipment is quickly repaid in the in reuedcOInfortafforded and Inthe freedom from repairs and trouble We install ifguaranteed ofduigweftriBg qttatfty Let usClaote you prices M awr equipment J Ric fiDdlofor luabi f 4XMPAY lIipot44 f J jI J J t c Guaranteed Shrinkor tock from Umbrellas JB StoufferEstablished Clothing Tailoring House in Richmond lhe Great REOCarMADE 1 2 It will to your to see before purchasing an J T COY AgentKIRK5VILLE KENTUCKY Aiew Quarters We are established in our new quarters in the old City Hall building and arebetter prepared than ever tocare for your skins BringisL i your Hides Furs Iron FresHGroceries V and Vegetables inseasonc hurman Grocer ===== Company = w We are showing the Very Latest Things In r fE ceaJw LdiesWetzr tit If 1 fJB WALKER T Ready for Business J We have received our ireeb new stock of I Staple and FanC Groceries I MtA exton a eefdfal iavi tetkm to the public W eaUiMdMe DLW ateo I fetve tatty yRBHTK3 TABLB6 taJaot ererytW io b ftwnd Mi I im etoK grececy Call and bwpect put goede and m are couftdewt iye1 I wilt give uc ariiare of your bei- I Lackeg Todd- I Telephone 62 Opera House Building rti i Aj T it IL =J C I LJ T Sterling iClOlhcs ARE THE BEST CLOTHES Jerch Tailorcfl Ready to t Wear not to fade 50 years experience the factory guarantee in suits all sizes from smallest boy to largest marl Newest in city to select Fine Lin e New Style Hatsand Furnishing Goods Suit Cases Tr nks etc at lowest prices ft high class goods Oldest and THE BEST and 4 Cylinders be advantage me automobile and wrrE1ThreamVermifugeTHE WORM REf EDY TiE CHiLSnEHS FAVORITE TiHIC is Of IMiTATlOS TIC CJ CPHIPHIO 4Jf rtiI fV LlnJmcnt Co Sold by HENRY L PERRY JT FERRIBLL Real Estate Agent Oldham Buildi- ngRichmond Ky R Emmett Million Successor to Barein llennjr DENTISTOver CompauyThLEPHON SDIIJiVJA ATTOBKBYATLA SlOHMOND KENTUCKY Jfflce over State Bank Trust Ceopposite Court House on Main Street Harry M Blanton z DENTISTOOXce 10 Benati bujiu ELl JaONB1f IyDr Robt C Boggs Dentist Telephon 267 Office in Oldkam Building You can buy almost any kind of Automobile you want cheap and on easy terms Irom RA BARLOW Agent AutoBiobii Cleariflg House Chicago AskkllRaoout The Badges StersfiB- 525tf DrvC H Mainhart9- n te Due Mr1iY VeterifiarySurgOn OJfiee at JU AzbiHs tbI OMce Phone JNt C Kee Pliooe 88 J XX For Safe TNM12 g D pa Mi Ptioe ngfct U Notictto Scriftowt All penmwiw oMva ifiaia e iof UM hU A K Quaa an r qusad to PU ptY WovO M uircdttJaIJ en or tMfor Ootobe r 3 19M 1irit1 be barred 4t ICn Loutitia Cane Admx- s To doiiibTe yqiu wljstt crop you mus use the PBO b e nd di c drill con blued to ft Jr 8kIrgi Op IlneJtichmodQim kIWsiHT WllllllMfIf THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO bInod1A D MILUCR Koftolf y KIN1MKY PMW AMMM1WI ai MeTMCT FWUKEM lIA4t rIoiPE YJAK IN ADVANCE WIN6OAYOOT 5 10 Democratic Ticket FOR Ci N6JHIM HON IIAUVEYHUtf OfsLiw3oJn County AiiHouucem eats FOR SHERIFF We nre authorized to announce ELMER DKATIIEJAGE candidate for Sheri or Madison county subject to the acttoa ol Democratle party We are nuthoi illed to announce JOHN K IALDWIN a candidate for Shcrilf of Mad non county fubject to tlip action ol Ule Democratic party We ore authorized to announce Jf n JONESi cnndidnle for Sheriff of Mndteoi county FubjecUo the action of the Demo cratlcparty SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT We nre authorized to announce BENJA NIN K EDWARDS a candidate for Superintendent ot Public Schools of Madison county subject to the action of the Demo cratic party FOR JAILER We nre authorized pnnounce MORGAN TAYLOR n candidate for Jnilcrof Macltsor county subject to the action of the Demo cratic party FOR ASSESSOR We are authorized to announce W IT ARMAN n candidate for Assessorpf Nod ison county subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR COUNTY CLERK We are authorized to announce LnHueC House a candidate for County Clerk of Madison county subject to the action of Democratic party Hit fiiHihWiW W Farm News I Items of Interest to Ibe Far mer the Grower and the 1 Stockmanu OO ij M The HoOsheado company Thursday completed a contract to furnish 40000 hogsheads for the Burley Tobacco Company In Scott county Graves Finley sold their farm of 551 ncres to H M Herndon of Junction City The laud is situated near Corinth The price paid was 22000 or 40 per acre Possession will be will be given January 1 Wile this years world acreage sown to wheat was doubtless the largest in his ory 25000000 acres it js not unlikely according to the United States Department of Agriculture that the world yield of wheat is short of the high record of last year 624000000 bushels yet the crop is reasonably jertaui to- go down in history as quanti Lively above the average The record price for a suck ling mule colt was paid at the Boughman sale near Stanford lastweek when W N Grif fith paid i 265 for a suckling mare mule colt at its mothers side At the same sale athree year old horse mule brought 395 A prospective land sale in volving nearly 160000 was discussed at Danville lastSat urday when four men obtained- an option on the farm owned by Richard and William Gentry on the Danville pike in Boyle county seven miles from Harrodsbur The Dan yule Messenger says the price was 200 an acre for the entire tract of nearly 900 acres Each of them wanted i farm but it was found that it would be impossible to di vide the place into four satis factory tracts It would take a real estate man of abnormal ability todivide that magnfi cent farm into four tracts and jlaceafair and just price on each tract fixing the collective price at 200 an acre The opinion was given Saturday afternoon The buyers asked theGeiitry Brothers to extend the opinion until noon Monday but they said that if the sale was made it would be cconsummated Saturday afternoon Or not taU The place wasnotsoldThe Advocate says Mr H1f Serndon of the Shelby City YlcinityV has pur chased a farmttwelve miles from Williamslown in Grant county and will inoye to his new possession this week The place con iajns 360 acre and cost MrHerndoa ICQ per acre Mr Herqdkjo who moved to Boyle from Madison county recently sold his farm in the Shelby City locality He Ma moat excellent citizen and has nsde many triends here who will 1SRet1iO learn of bis intended iciBov U11 Mr Herndon is a brother- bi JW Herndon of Witza- taUonand has many friends in Madison Its poor policy to wait until you have a fire to begin thinking about insurance Da it now We write the best poll ciec tt H w IsiTrain Orders By Telephone is the N i Sytcmto be Installed Iby the L NrIts ManYAdvan ares The spread of the telephone among the raiIroa 1siJ1this country during the p Vthret years for handling1raiii movements has been remarkable The Louisville Nashville Railroad has al ieady thorougly tried outtbis method on some of its diyis ions and is now starting to equip its main line fromCin cihnati with telephone ap partus It will not be long before the familiar click of the telegraph sounder will be miss ing from our railroad sta tions In its place is coming the familiar telephone bell only a much louder bell is used in railroad service The operators at the little way stations can now be seen sit ting with a receiver clasped around their heads and talking to their dispatcher in plain United States It is no longer necessary for them to trans late their fervid thoughts into a Series of dots and dashes The advent of the telephone has brought with it better construction methods among their railroads and a safer method of handling trains Heavy copper wires ae used over which the speech is transmitted and the circuits are so arranged that the dis patcher can call any way stat ou along his division with out signalling any other sta Lion than the one he desires The Louisville and Nashville have just placed an order for a complete equipment of Western Electric telephone train dispatching apparatus including selectors and tele phones This equipment will cover the Cumberland Valley and Kentucky DivisLns from Cincinnati to Norton a dis tance of 304 miles and will 2onsist of six circuits in all four train wires and two mes sage circuits with a total of 162 stations One circuit will extend from Cincinnati to Paris with a branch to Maysville This circuit covers 136 miles and will be equipped for thirty two way Stations Another circuit extends from Paris to Corbin with a branch from Paris tu Lexington and another from Rushmore Junc tion to Rowland The mileage covered by this circuit is 165 and thirty way stations will be equipped The dispatcher for both circuits will be lo cated at Paris In addition there is a message wire circuit used to han rile general railway business extending from Paris to Cin cinnati and from Cincinnati- to Corbin the dispatcher being located at Paris This circuit is 195 miles in length mid has 49 stations The Louisville Nashville already has installed a West jrn Electric train dispatching train equipment between Nev Orleans and Mobile a distance of 1397 miles When this equipment is put into service it will be npssi ble for the dispatcher to call a way station with one slight motion of hishaud and hcan keep the way station bell ringing as long as he pleases When an operator wishes to talk to the dispatcher it is merely necessary for him to Lake his receiver off the hok press a button and speak into the transmitter The dis patcher is connected to the circuit at all times Another feature of the tele phone which is very import ant to the railroads is the fact that it allows portable sets to be carried on thetrain With this equipment if u train his been stalled at any pViD t on the line for reasons which couldntoo foreseen IfT posaibte for the cwwirieter tore into direct foiieh with the tMputcbermerelreQll1 tjug lus telephone set to the line with a fishing ppk The time savedly this single tea tureof the tepbedltebi- ng system atone warrantaL- Nt1kItifl The tme great essential is railroad dispatching service e1isWe notch is absolutely safety It is the telephones proud boast that at the present time after three years service not an aeeidentf can be laid to the allure of this appatts rL 7 I G 0 Mhelby yille papwa say that Maybr LyBiiT Gruber ac epiapanied by Couadiman A JT Glenn and Chief of the Fir Department May JtRoUl child left last week for St- LOuiit9 inspect an aiitbmo bile fire which the citj iscoI templating purehasing for the local lire department The Board of Council hat had the l urchaseofsnautt wagon under consideration for sometime The modern methods must take the place of those which haye been in use for years Cities the size of Richmond and Shelbyville all over thi country are gradually coming to auto fire wagons Estrayed A thfa roan cow weight about800 lbs came to my farm on Red Ilous pike Sept 5 and has since boon cared for by undersigned I have also lost black gilt weight about 150 lbs No marks sepl212t R IL McKinnoy The Law It is a fine of from five to twentyfive dollars for each offense to kill rabbits or squir rels from the i5th of September to the 15th of November This law isvery often disre regarded It was made to protect the quail as many hunters went out before the bid season expired under the impression the public that they were after rabbits To be caught in possession of a rabbit or squirrel from now until the 15th of November is a fine whether it is alive or dead The new game laws passed three years ago by the legislature have worked won ders toward preserving the game in Kentucky The quail outlook is indeed promising and reports from the coun ties where there is generally good shooting are to the ef feet that there will be a good supply this season Lost Large red fox hound with white toes and few naked spots on body Return to undersigned and receive reward 028St It HCrooko Bright Man The Courier Journal of last week contains the following The Rev Coleman O Groves well known in Louis ville where for a number of summers he has supplied some of the leading Presbyterian pulpits has accepted a call of the Westminister Presbyterian church Memphis Tenn and left last night with his family to take up his new charge Mr Groves is a native of Montgomry countv is a graduate of CtraljJnivers- ity and of the Louisville Presbyterian seminary and he has held pastorates at Pisgah church near Lexington Bradenton and Orlando Fla Soon after his graduation from the seminary in 1897 he married Miss Mary Wood son daughter of Col Isaac T Woodson Rev Groves was one of a a few students attending the old school who by means of hard work and strict atten tion to studies has gained an enviable position in the public eye For Sale Privately The residence on Slafn street known IIS the Walker place adjoining the property or Jas U McCrcary fcmt Wailer Bennett Tile lot fronts oa Main street i5 feet and extends through to North over feel The residence contains sight rooms hall bath room and collar jnod cistern largo baruand nil necessary outbuildings oh property This is one of the most desirable pieces of resident property In Richmond For particulars can on or address SIL THORPE Madison National Bask U Richmond Ky I Public SaleO- fValtiabieCityProp erty Wo will soli at pubife tLQtSfl en tij e premIses on Second street it W oclock a m Saturdays Oct at rH 0 the iwiftenee known M iw Bli JNOPw ty The jot frewUi Mt mA trv 150- feet runhiB bMkloil wt to Pint twith a tro4ige wi Tint of Z911 fee4 Thl pfOfMiy Is o ow lry located close to tbebUf ia M JMTi 0 th city The Msiiinc e nteioa Itvw jnenu and JhrfuaI 8Wyroom to he SuikiRf without immfag tforagh another room add ir dlitbty tocat d and arranged for famtijr qr bcwrdon if desired There to atoo fM Iiad water pipes throughout Ike un4iRf- Jllss EllI and Mrs IMIIi l or J A Higgins Will tab ftteftsure in llshowing properly to prospective purchaser Terms will h made known oa day of reflrAtsame time and poe win sell at auction some houKehoW furaiutrv Loss TOM CHBNA01T Avct4oaear 9it f Pf Public Sale I will sell at rnV residence on East Mainsfc at 10 am- Thursday u Sept 29 10 all my Household and Kitchen Furniture Mrs Loutitia Carse Public Sale OF LAND Ai executors of Curtis F Barnaw dO ceased ire will offer tor sale at public auction a tract of about one hundred acres of land located on the waters of Drowning Creek in Estill county The land iff ono mile from Panola a station on the L ARR and fronts on the Pauola and Locust Branch Road and Carrs Mill Road and is about 13 miles from Richmond and about 9 miles from Irvine It is bounded on the Norlh by the lands of Robert Lakes and O C Carr on the south by rCBengeand- K Elliott on the east by Bige Cox and Tlios Kindred and on the west by Robert Lakes The sale will take place on the promises beginning at 11 oclock on Saturday Oct 29 1910 and possession will bo given on the 1st day of January 1911 Terms of sale The land will bo sold pa the following credits Onethird January 191J onethird January f 1912 and onethird January 1 1913 tho last two payments to bear interest at the rate of six per cent per annum from January 1 1911 and arc to be secured by lien reserved in deed Tho purchaser will be required to givo good personal security for payment duo January 1 1911 at which time deed will be made and possession given This Is a good farm well watered and productive land A R T 5 Burnam Exs of C F Burn- amPublic Sale According to tho directions of the wit of John G Taylor I his administrator will sell at public auction on Saturday Oct 1St riO 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 heathijiiy of Rich month Asp1rii qt ripLwith brick residence and yacarit loC for building A moro particl ir description of both and dMnensions will bo gladly furnished uponinquIry This property vyjH be 6uejed separate lynud as a whole to be sold in the way bringing thp most njonejv Terms for payment will be ohorthird cash balance in six and twelve months vilji lien re tained t X EGnfiENiEAF Administrator 9218t With Will Annexed Administratorts Sale As administrator of Dr David Ben nett deceased I will o- nThursdajctober 27 J9JO at the old liomo place near Foxtown in Madison Co Ky sell publicly all tho live stock farming implements household and kitchen furniture belonging to the estate of deceased viz 11 largo nice work mules in good condition 1 2yoarold horse mule 1 yearling marc mule 1 sucking mare mule s 3 thoroughbred brood mares regis tered 1 trotting bred and registered mare bvI Jay Bird and out of Golddust marllThis maro has record of 219 14 1 big nice rbckaway mare 1 thoroughbred and registered gelding three years old by Ilandsel and out of Autoharp 1 thoroughbred lilly by Ilandsel and out of Crenmi 2 years olllreisterellI- thoroughbredgellling by Handsel anil out of Autoliarp 2 years old registered 1 thoroughbred filly by Hamlszel and out of imported Cherry Button 1 year old registered 1 thoroughbred colt by Handsel and out of Crenan 1 year old 1 yearlingcolt out of Autoharp byIictatorJay Bird This is a handsome and well bred filly 1 sucking colt by Haxhall 2 Mexican burros gentle for children to ride and drive 3 milch cows and calves 5 moat hogs 1 sow and pigs Farming implements consisting of wagon and harness 2 McCormick grass seed strippers Champion mower hay rake etc- Household and kitchen furniture Beds and bedding Extension dining table and chairs two handsome book cases China Cabinet Davenport Sofas Wardrobe bureau tables chairs carpets rugs otc 1 30 horse power EM F Studebaker verylittle2 buggies and harness Sale begin promptlyat 10 oclock All sums of lilLy dollars andunder dash Above fifty dollars a good note payable atMadison National Bank on or before Jan I 191- 1Waller Bennett Admr Immediately followingabove sale awl at the same place the undersigned as agentsanlliAttJs in fact for all the heirs will sell publicly two tracts df landr x 1 The Dozier tract of about 54 jveres on the Kd Hewe Road about 18 mite from Fostown This farm is m good kIiibrnparriafmoots incW wit to a home 0 W D vi- titfMinthe dwelling MM will take saylirh44WTrans No61 about 145 aerectG d trDj lived accurately by wirvey ts tii aorth halt of theB nn hieMeaMlWljtM- tnorth ofro town in diMH e tmry Kntuocy ianIDl at George Phjf- ioutou titRieImou4aad Lxk i iontu kealdrunninlwiU tits nM pike towards wnabOlrt 1t aik dineatdueylPllMrsJaateIner4hence wjthPps tfkBeanMtHne ortb andMt ttf the b inntaig- OB thiztracfis s MW dwelling Um eiaUrq and thw ImprovcMent Dr EuiMge fives in the dw ning Mtd wilt rive desired information to 1Mied t1Tmoney must be paid in cash on JlUlua 1 10nnd the balance Tu one and yers from JaBUJiry1 1 1911 by two motes of equal amount jflg rY1 per cool interact Lieu retained for erred pay meats Possession given uary i tan Waller Bennett W Neal ItemuIttoI Warfit d Agents infact for AttJ1oI1 e In 1 RurfI Telep one 4- r JiE J Yarinrr T4ttI JoIu M merbtqQoafilateettheUollto gilOeM ald pla4 a 70I of telephone serviceour leT tIme his can bfiaecomPllb by that1asmaIlCOmParl with the IcatdYOtUB ra leiWtgftlee OIJIptedireet to heedqMt4 Pi addree oordir reein4 oc Zarreeia e brillTe t for jnlorinetiofl rrgftrdifl Our IMMtiS SrYIM weeaa tt8lj y111k telephoneareate ItatpreeeB nooec 8ta 01 Kentucky Tennoeuee Nplr Louisiana 1tereatyou the Southirn pottiOiS of Indiana sad Illinois EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE Co Incopoiacd tIiiI- t i4 Good ThinJst Eat + 1 I uweeanyWMtft s a taeWke Theta uirO1 a lt t pdmaqekHiy IIOItIkly that enters thie stOrek 0 r 1 jJ austuBdritld amIBack Is ebcaea from JBADr braada because it has proved cI its orJ 4for preference IEah 1LDd competes and Slime gains a pmce on our 1 j if It falls to ineaMire up to oot bigis 4 I 111IELECTA I COFFEE j l I a smooth and dainty blend j of selected highland grown beansthe ftBarkers ciolcesU The ted a proc of atowcoo and ill irve the geni1ae coffee j 4 1randliDproveslt Xn Eleeta Colfee you areaureofp t the fincstquallly a ut on that io r would inae Electa worth more f 1 f thaIIothereoJrecs Cempare it with any ever drank 1 before like the rousing flavor I I end the clarions aroma I Tate I I 35jt Telephone I pSS Se S SS SS S SS Jas B Parke Handles Only the Best in f Groceries Fruits THis t Vegetablesttt JlO As he sells for CASH ONLY his custprners get the benefit of the lowest prices possibie A Trial Order Will Convince 1 f 41 f You i i r Ir I f JAMES B PARKE f a i0 CASH STORE t Staple and Fancy Groceries T Phone 624 frlRST STREE- TI b h FOR SA W i A handsome bran new residence on Woodland avenue one of the most beautiful streetsin Rich I mond Ky and contains 3 rooms and hall upstairs and 4 rooms hall kitchen pantry front and back Yt porch a splendid cellar with concrete floor well drained good coal house stable and other out 1uildin b All the wood work on interior of house jIJ IS finished In natural wood and rooms are hand somely papered JFor particulars call on t ttf W L LEEDS J AT THE SAME PLACE tJft 3WOODLAND AVENUE 4 RICHMOND KENTUCKY u t r JJ Artistic Photography Iringj the qqbiesI make a specialty riJoa r f f of taking their pictures rv dJJ McqatJgliey the 1hotogiafher t INVWHIIE 4The Old Reliable Dry Goods Man f J c Late Summer Fabrics are now J fill v ing our shelves also a complete Itt jshowing of I 4k J l ijJA School DressS In j Materials 1i1 fj We carry a full line of Novelties and our Lace and Harnbur o unsurpassed A Our cash s stsm t oJoing business enables usv to 1 gtV ourCustomers 1 t Especially Low Fit s k tii t iv We arUIWaS gfed to heW tI Aft andinspej our ocs 1 rir 1- NVWflhTE r 11 J MdB Slreet beow Rrst r r It 1 J 1J fc rJ J 1 It i A t1rl 1 1I iv t j t r 0 1 i c w1 rwruI 0 My Ladys Chiffonier 1- is I so handy to hold all her cherished trinkets all her daintiest fineries And it is such a handsome article of furniture too Maybe you have wanted a pretty chiffonier but have felt you couldrft afford it Well come here and see how much you are mistaken i Ji ii 8 BEN1ETT and H I GG INS UNDERTAKING BuyingYour is risky businessrisky to your pocketbook Its no idle dream that prices will soon advance You know Itso do we Save money by letting us fill your bins NOW The satisfaction is well worth both the cost and trouble Telephone 110 he Red Ash Jellico We have thu exclusive sale A trial order will convince you that oura is a little better than you have been getting elsewhere and possiblyleM Fall Weigh er Coal Forfei- tedWWBroaddasCo OrchnnlStrce- tLime Cement Etc If you are going to sell out ind want your goods to bring Hi they are worth get J W Shearer White Hall Ky contact your sale His ourges are reasonable Everybody is calling for Oov Mc Creary cigar the best over placed on the market Mr Itobt R Burnam has added to his Fire Insurance Companies The Henry Clay Fire Insurance Co a Ken tucky company with 500 000 capital and surplus Support a homo institution and demand a policy in this new company tf Founds On Fourth street gold cross and chain Owner can have same by paying advertising charges For Sale Few thousand second hand brick J D King Son tf 219 Moberly avenue Notice to Greditors All persons having claims against the estate of John Taylor deceased are requested to file same on or before Nov I 1010 properly verified as required by same will be barred 928iU J E Greenleaf Estrayed From my place on or about the 15th of last August a red yearling heifer weight about 600 pounds or more red with white hind legs front feet white white spot in forehead with some white underbody and a natural poll I will py a liocral reward for her return tome or any information that will lead to her recovery Bryant llolraan Million Ky Coal Feed c Shingles Etc Buying Coal is like buying anything else The purchasr k ALWAYS bet tjsr satfefied when he KNOWS he has ike BEST Thats the way about buy i g your WINTER Coaloal is what we must all have during the iwiater season and w8do Hot want Ute TROUBLE ef BRfcAKINO and CARRYING out a lot of CLINKERS Mid ASHES before we build our fires JtwlIt we are pelted to do if we taiy poor slow burning cheap ooate yWiBl 4Ichs Resc Rd Ash Jellko and t Straight ekGrhM n Ir ri- AIWkYPIAS4 the pweiiMe WJHW Jw b1 iM cton gvstee4 ILLOUGW SON la fw UIouiluMl j AVVL-t n4 j J4 Around Town Smoke a Coy McCreary cigar anti be in the push Its elegant Only 5cts Mr Lackey of this county purchaS- ed in Garrard last week a pair of mare mules from William Denny for 375 KelloggGrocerymonthly meeting Saturday and a full attendance was present J D King was the successful person at the opera house drawing last Satur day evening He secured the handsome oak sideboard that Manager Baxter gave awaySThere is a rush on la beat the frost among the farmers who still have tobacco in the field A frost last week would have ruined thousand of dollars worth of tho weed Long Tom Chenault sold Saturday the farm of 100 acres belonging to Killis Daniel at Kingston for3850 per acre Considering the lan Wthls is very good price Douglas Young was the purchaser The Lexington trots are on and many from this county are taking advantage of this opportunity to attend It is the last meeting In the grand circuit just following Colijmbus Ohio and tho greatest harness racing horses in tho world are to bo seen The trots at Lex- Ington draw the largest crowd of people from tho Bluegrass Mule colts are high There were buyers hero Monday but the price of from eighty to one hundred dollars made them shirk a little and few changed hands Its a little too much for investment remarked a well known buyer There were many on the mar ket and tho quality was above the average Smoke Cuban Club JOc Cuban Star 5c O W Dealherage who sold his farm a few days ago on the Barnes Mill pike about 5 miles from Richmond consist ing of 120acrcs to rhomas Land and Calvin Agcp has rented tho Patlio and Nannie Ueaiherage farm on the Tales Creek pike and will take possession the first of the year This farm is a good one consist eg of large amount of ex tremely fertile land W D Oldham Co Richmond Ky requests the honor of your presence at their suit and cloak opening on Friday and Saturday October seventh and eighth nineteen hundred and ten when they will have on display all tho sea sons latest creations in readytodon tailormado garments for ladies misses and children An experienced salesman from the city will be with us to fit tho suits and cloaks New Shop Milford Brown has opened up a new shop on Irvine street just back of the Methodist church for the repairing of all kinds of furniture and hopes for a share of the public patronage Early Although the county elections are three years olf candidates are beginning to whisper to tho voters Especially vith the democrats is this the case us the county primary is always a red hot one Everybody for Him Jailer N B Jones was in Plncville Friday on business and says that every body in that section is for McCreary lie says ho never saw such enthusiasm for one man and even Republicans who never scratched a ticket will support tho Richmond man Busy Merchants As this is tho first of tho month and also a time of the year when tho mer chants lay aside summer stock and begins to display his winter stuff every one is busy A little cool weather within tho next few days wiJI see a big change in the stores and likely to drop in to stay Autoists Messrs Guy Rice RN Bcazloy and Oscar Goodloo prominent business men of Paint Lick motored to Rich mond last Friday In Mr Beazleys car and spent the day attending to important business They say that Richmond is the best business town in the state for its size A Quiet One Last week was one of the Richmond has experienced CarsHletlmeC- rOm a business stand point The farmers are working from sun up to skin down to get the tobacco in and taftny are sewingwheat and getting other im portant work at tills time of the yearall up which accounts for the lull in busi ness f Sunday School Rally NextSunday morning at 9X Hie ChriM Church Bible school wilt eM- It annual rally It is expected ttat 400 will be present All members of the church all its friends all the efcildrens fathers mothers relatives near and Ks tant are cordially invited There will HaB interesting program an d b j e to make this occasion worthy ourMItt eecs d Demonstration Day Saturday is Demonstr tiori 1atatoJr stpti The Co wiH send a represeittii tive who will den shale the pur1fytI d nltnessaQd the es of their loods EVefyDocirQrdiallyin vited 5eweH McKinnty Stage Scenes Showing Fall J 7 r Styles for Men High Class Actors are among the best dressed men in the world its their business to dress well they know the value of good appearance and H make the most of it The scenes shown here are act reproductions from leading plays in New York theatres and show the men characters dressed in the latest fall U 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 everyplace where men of fashion congregate they study styles from every point of view and adopt the most approved j The Kenton trade mark is the mark of Correct Style as well as sterling quality and the garmentsare soldon the policy of live and let Iivehigh B enoughnot to skimp the quality and low enough to make regular customers of the wearers til Drop in and let us show you Kenton Suits Overcoats and Rain Coats are priced Bj 1250 15 16a50 18 2O 2250 25 A millionaire Cannot wear finer Shoes than Hanans none finer are made The finest leathers and the finest shoe making not low ricedof course550and 600 U tEr JJ lr CDYINBTDN BANKS T W WBROADDUS CO SOLE AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED The Best Coal Mined If there Was Any Better We Would Sell It W W BROAUDITS CO Telephone 1 10 Orchard Street Richmond Kentucky Another The Central Kentucky Cigar Company hasplaced a lOct product on the market and named it DeSoto On account of the quality they aro expecting it to havo a good sale Free Machine Have you received a coupon on the free sewing machine to be give away by Luman Higgins Oct 15 See adver tisement ou another page Ask for coupon today they aro free 10521 Real Estate Real Estate in the county the past week was light F G Gallowarsold to Sponce Walker a lot for W Dr John Snowdon sold in Paint Lick a building lot to Walter Hammock for 500 cash and to Robt Richardson a 4 room cottage for SOO To Missouri Mr Ira S Spurlin the well known resilient of tho Waco section has just returned from Stoddard county Mis souri where ho has been for sovroal weeks lie was so charmed with that portion of Missouri that he purchased a farm of 100 acres and will move his family within a few days Ills sale is announced in this issue Nice Sum Tho Athletic Association of the State- Normalachool has beeUT organized and Wednesday the inembers doted the sum of 50 each being assessed iScls This will bo used to defray expenses incurred and it is hopcdwill be sufficient fif additioa to other donations that are expected Many young ladies listed as members and their entrance fee and quite an cnthusiastie tion has been effected Lucky Men- The 105 buggy and 3Osett harness given by LaekeyColyer the well known busiwMi fir ess to their pAtrows was iMnbYJ M iwss Wailer Parteuwd Gea jii AdBmLIII- rlarlssecuMtie bugtyand Mr Afeioa the harness Bojth mme eUwnresidents of tiw oown With wry purchase CIO tfmtun the purchmeM MlUWaS hsted and at the clow two nme drawn from the box drew the prizes Jir Parks resMesjon the Jacks creek pike while Mr7 Adam hails froM Peytofttowiu r 700 Acres Mr Thomas J SmMhh reMitly old hi ndlrll1tr BUyiev Mi KM Jacks creek rod t ootiaiy for otnelhto Mr 43009 KM another farm this time in antr fora which he paid the Ntr of x 87000 TlMfarms alnit miles from Lexington and cow tains TOO acre It il a pAr of the lAnd estate and is in itfine state oTcultlvatUm One thing to be regretted inthe dal is the feet that will leave lUdieoti iaildhll mny trttafr wB1nre I oret ft4lJfJdlngly to see IO o bk t0 tb terms he will net boablso l d pwMwioa until Mqh till c == =CCCl ====== =r=====I= = ======Q==== === = = 135 Eayette Worthy Cause The people of Richmond have contri buted very largely to worthy cause by which William Coats who is employed by OotL Bios wilt obtain an artilicial limb made especially for him by a well known Cincinnati manufacturer There are a number of tickets provided to bo sold at 25 eta each and the holder of tho lucky number receive a gold watch valued at 1000 andtho balance goes to the manufacturer The limb will cost 7500 A New One Squire Jj D Dykes who is probably the oldest magistrate in point of service in Madison county is preparing a brand new ceremony which ho says will eclipse any ho has ever used The law does not specify what a County Judgo or Justice of the Peace shall say in preforming the rights of matrimony except to Join your right hands arid pronounce tho couple man and wife Rich church has its own ceremony Squire Dykes has two or three that ho has been using for sometime und ho performs his cere monies with much impressiveness New Undertaker Mr Ralph Smith of Cleveland Ohio has accepted a position as undertaker with Bennett Higgins to succeed Mr W E Richards who will go into bust ness in Flemingsburgy Mr Smith is a young man and the brother of Mrs Hal lard Luxon of tljis city Ho has made a name for himself in his chosen profession and Bennett Higgins are to be con rah1ahd upon securing the services of one so capable lIe cornea as no stranger as lie has frequowly vis- Ited here and ho will be g yen a warm welcome into tlie city Nearing Completion Tie improvements that the It N railroad arp making here at the passen ger depot are iiparing completion and when finished it will be something that the can brag about and the people of Uiuhmoml boast of The long shed for the paweA ersenlceisIMMelhlng JbuC the hav been tiithtetl la here for years M tJw business ft the company hs niorc than justiffed it In nearly every mAkefUnhappy Couples I Sine the lust term of the Circuit Court thirteen unhappy couplet have their names on tint coed docket fur I divorce proceeding 1tiese are appear aJorthil termjMMi Ifihay are all mnted it will be ft CIOItiWMt of III Tuck if the old sign UiHfa gemdthe liolX One noicel in past years lithe fact that oa oMuiy occasion th appeiuiuioe docket fur dlvorm ewe ledLhwm fated Mmber JTot one df the petition flIod recently eon tain any thing cemationa but all aent- o be just a ilecisionon the part of either the man orSiroman to qulltl4 married state and begin all over again Tbediyoroe evil ii ooeofthe frreaiest Use country is burdened with Mid much iciMionary work ooubl be done right here in Kentucky in tpfeaV of it Death Sentence Tho first man to bo legally electro cuted in Kentucky will in all probability bo Shiny Pollman tho negro who was given R death sentence by a jury at Stanford Saturday for committing an assault upon Nancy Rankin a icnycar old white girl Judgo Walker set December 15 for the negros execution but his attorneys have already served notiCy of an Appeal so some delay may bo encountered Pcllman was taken to Lexington for safe keeping and tho Somerset Com pany of State Guards who huvo boon at Stanford during the trial left fur home The jury was out four hours on the case ono man holding out that long for a lift sentenceIno chances so lie asked for troopsIShcrilf McCarty made every Intro the sheriff cancel tho call saying that ho antI his deputies could hasidIc a JudgeWalker Wants Damages J P RobinsOn of Valley View form oily employed in tho mills of tho Southern Lumber Boom Company at ihit place asks for 10000 damages for the loss of a thumb which he suffered sOme- time ago The suit was Tiled last Friday by his attorneys J C and D M Chenault ami O 0 Wallace Deaths The one year old child of Mr and Mrs Joseph Kindred died last Tuesday at tim home of its parents on Iho Irvine pike Finieral and intqrment took plicb Wednesday x Mrs VetlM Bruce Patrick passed at her tome last Tuesday at Panola iiI ihdKftylhirdyear Of her ago after a short illness ot piveiimoniu Six children survive tier The In ucral werol conducted last Wednesday by ltciParsons 44d interment followed in tIle ccmvtery at that place Deceased was widely known and well connected in this section A mot wonderful thing about the death of Mrs Patrick is the fact that hers k only tw sixth death in 1Ijoocmt1OtoOfte hnndredand twenty live chiWren ehtMro and great gramt children in taded This is most remarkable Tho foTUiwimtnotiee of the death of Capt LeVi C 1Csh will fee received by many fri iMfa mid aoahitancos hero withret Cttp Kwk fOiIMlUro sid III UiclUmMKiMMl lift thificlty tQ resis hcwiebesla Qpi J io Kwh died Tuesday night aftera lingwinc illness of Brigfits diWRw aged jMiVMttywreiv KryJ He was a native of ftrefttaitt county but for the istwelve years bad liveil here For a while he WM In the Internal Revenue nervico 00 Wait Captain the fedoraeArm1made a tineI soldier ft Mtss Oltear of Monlgome etfiitily aid live children Fjuihci t f KarsaN Catv Mo Lee of Wildie Jetciitr of Paris Mh1 U H TaiboU and Mrs L tcber Henry ef tWi eounty Large Crovd A largo crowd attended tho first show of the season at tho opera house last Thursday evening The company was fairly good as a whom and there was some ivory fine individual playing Manager Baxter has several extra tine attractions booked for the season Big Business Although September is considered a very quiet month in the lumber busi ness iho Richmond Lumber Company say they have run away ahead of nay other September since the business was started They aro shipping the product of their nails hero all over the country New Meter The Richmond Electric and Power Cmpmy 1m solved the qaastiou of muter reading and in the future the patrons will have no kick coming un less the mechanism is at fault The now style meter is made so a patron can read it as easily as an export and it is so plain that a child can toll just how much current has been used Battle Of Richmond In this issue of Tlfo Climax tho story of the Battle of Richmond Kentucky is published It is written by A C Quisoiiborry formerly a resident of Clark and who was a lad of twelve years when that memorable fight took place near this city His accounts of the battles and iho events loathing up and following it5are graphically toM and portrayed in a most wonderfully clear and vivid manner pmt fail to red it Next Thursday Ithebeautiful lake Reba has been decided on for next Thursday afternoon A number of ansjkrs will bosent out Wed nesdnV In order to insure a bouHtitul supply of fish forrtha big fry ItwH b un outing for he doctors druggistsaad- dentists of the whole county and a larga ddlogatioa kexpecthd in fact everyone hs signified lila inteniioh of being present It has been decided to make it a strictly star affair and the ceremonieS will begin shortly aftnr the noon hour Md bit until late la the 8V 1lnr Closed Yesterday jln Tli rd1es 01 tiM P4tt A tjiy In Jirmary have be n quite successful mi moondllCledag store on Second st An iron bd Lextng1Cbfin din and bndsornsc1ook by Cfncinnatl firm were pat 11lo ecr o the bed the noaber of grata ef conf on three sara had to be ueseed for the CtiftHng dish the number of seeds irt the pumpkin and the number of beaus in the Jar The 1C00d people of Richmond who are always ready to contribute to a worthy cause subscribed liberally and OftwU vvi MOWr t Late Fall This is going to bo a lato fall remarked an old resident on the court house square yesterday The leaves are as green on tho trees as in Juno and show no signs of tho passing season al though the fall of the year is here Tho watermelon supply took its departure last week and held for days longer than tho expected considering tho big shortage in this years crop Old Ones Dr John Snowden exhibited in the Climax olUco yesterday an heirloom of spoonmouldspoon and one for the large They are perhaps 150 years old and have been in the Ware family since their manufac tire They are the property of his aunt Mrs Margaret Snowden of Bybc town whose grandfather brought them to this county from Englpnd Mrs Snowden sent them to the Doctor to take to Cincinnati whore they were expositionThethose days which was the metal used They are in an excellent stato of preservation and are perhaps tho only things of the kind in the suite They are made of heavy brass Many fancy prices have been olfcrcd anti it is likely that they will be sold to someone who enjoys owning relics of bygone days Marriages Saturday was a big day in the county clerks olllco with those anxions to wed and five couples were made happy Judge Shackelford and Squire Dykes were tho officiating ollicers The Squire tied the nuptial knot between Luther Walker anti May Bell Spiegel a young couple who hailed from Nicholusvillc and later officiated at tho joining of tho hearts of James P Hale and Lourinda Truett both of Estill John Spiegel of Kicholasvillo and Mary Walker or Jessamine secured license but hud mado other arrangements for tho ceremony Saturday evening near closing time N B Powell and Susa Maiden both of Richmond applied for license This is the second venture of the bride although she payo her age as but 18i Judge Shackelford performed the core mon in such an impressive manner that Frank Croucher and Katie Miller who accompanied them held a hurried consulalion while tho Judge was tieing the knot and decided there was no bolter time than then for thorn The groom is from Rockcastlc and the bride from Garrard It is tho second marriage of both Both couples were the recipients of congratulations and all Vent away happy Church News METHODIST CIIUKCIT Rv T W Watts of Millersbug oc cupied tho pulpit at tho Method st church last Sunday morning and gave a very able address on Missionary work In the Foreigh field Rev Watts is a tine speaker and a goodly sized audience en joyed his discourse At night ho gave an illustrated lecture on Japan with beautiful stcrioplicon views which in cluded an interesting talk on the missionary work that had been accomplished in the Flowery Kingdom His visit here was chiefly to inject more mission ary spirit in the Epwortli League the young peoples organization of the church The crowd at night was unus ashy large A free will offering was taken up STATS CoVE Po The Fortyfifth annual convention of the Kentucky Sumtey School Association will be hold at Winchester next Thurs day and Friday The convention will be opened Thursday night October 0 and continue through Sunday night with excellent program OMrtainittg addresses by prominent Sunday Sclioool workers rf the United States sad leadktg work resin Kentucky Prof E O1C cefland A WJloper will conduct the song services which will eatllreof the convention It U toped Madison county send a abod delegation 1 bis important most lug and that e eh church is well repres ntod lMleiIOns from the Christian and MetboJwt churches have already been AMOunoed and it is expected the repusnddduosdrailroad ABOUT RBABT With the JaiofU handsome w w carpet the ImProvements at the Baptist church will be completed Thiaxpo- oledlo M done the hatterpart of the week TI congregation as well as the pastor are anxious to have the impffove men ts completed as- Soon as possible and hope to make this finh anncuace ineai by ton tyier part of the wttt 11 WalkOver Shoes K you are 0 not willing to try them on our word then askany man who U wears them They come in all goodIeather35O 10 i U Caww1 assl = = IXEqual Rights Meeting The men and women whonre members RightsAssociationmeet at the residence of Mrs James Bennett on Saturday tho 8th of Octo ber at 2 oclock pm to appoint committees to collect freewill offerings of money to be spent in trying to obtain for women an equal protection of our laws with men In voting for the public officers who make and enforce Iho laws under which they live Mrs J B Stouffer Cor Sec Begun Yesterday Tho Kentucky trots begun yesterday at Lexington and many from Madison bigfuturityfor Colorado E who has already shown a threeyearold record of 205 t1 The value to tho winner will ho about 15000 and Gus Macey who pilots tho horse will have tho honor of driving two Futurity winners viz Bcuzetta in 1001 and Colorado E It is tho first time that tho race has been practically conceded to tho favorite Holeproo Hose We Would Ask For And Be Pleased To Recerve Your PatronageWe of the management of tho Richmond Steam Laundry and are much pleased at our increasing business Every customer helps some and wo would like to have every one with us Wo havo no advertising schemes but will do good work foryou anti to your entire satis faction As wo have no other business and no estate on the outside our liv ing depends on this antI we have to do leaningdepartmentlaundry whoro especial attention is given to work for tho ladies Call for us 127 Irvino street or ring 52 Work Respectfuhlyyours Moore Johnson Arrested Green Johnson was arrested in Jack son county last Saturday by the sheriff and delivered to the officers of Madison sellingliquorcounty but ho had eluded the officers for sometime by residing over the line What Our Six Months Guarantee Really Means Holeproof Hosiery is guaranteed to be as free from holes at the end of slz months as it is the day you buy it We give you this guarantee in writing so if any holes appear in six months you re ceive new hosiery frcs of charge Common hosiery has no such guaran tee It costs you just as much asHole proof but at the end of sis months it is worthless You spend hours darning it when for no extra expense you can have Holeproof and do no mending Why not have the best jokprodosierFOR Insist on seeing the original Holeproof trademark Many have imitated the guarantee but none have equaled the quality The makers pay 63 cents a pound for Egyptian and Sea Island cotton but commo hosiery is made from cotton at 12 cents a pound Holeproofuses3plyyarn in thebody and 6ply in the heels toes and knees Ordinary hosiery uses 2ply throughout yet costs you just as much as Holeproof Stop in at our store and examine the hose See how stylish and comfortable it is soft smooth and neat fitting Learn the facts today 3 tJ John E Sexton 1Hose I Shoe Man 1 Its Good Medicine F for your house andwill give it new life and beauty by ar resting decay and preserving it from Winters storms and Summers heat when you treat it tq a coat ofpaint You ia riife by this durable paiwwhich you wil a find both eedpomiOHl and bl rich awl hawteome coioiiRgs when jcn buy it at H LFE5RtRUPH- QNE75 MAIN STf n a TiC rtn CC f y t t ACleanS SALE of is to Ed Co A 1 3 i a gift of some of many of to bo or v have a gift to como hero and it is of all I and ours is tho best ot all A Suvetl is 1S are just the suit for timeof too for the bal ance ot the sum er and suits for little the and and almost new V v T j S h We in sill close all and summer goods before our fall Season new and stuff for at by us and low will be on theuj for benefit If anything in Childrens Low strap pumps and ribbon ties Call and see uswe have all the new things in wash fabrics etc You can save money by from us in and get W DOLDHAM AND GOMPNY have the TOBACCO STICKS ever to market No rotten sap but made sound lumber Come and see for The right Blanton Congleton Lumber Co Incordoratcd Successors Dlanton Near L Depot Telephone 425 Fresh Oysters DAILY Phone 3T Ricci Phone The Woman of Your Choice will certainly appreciate the articles jewelry VhaiTihcrp wedding make choose Jewelry tho Cost gIfts jewelry I F J YEAGER KENTUCKYiJf Dollar Doll- arEarndMen Saving Dollars Getting right this year Suits ead1Ju Youll never buy asfaiu like these such Finish season looking welldressed have suit next Springy 00arid 1800 Suits 125 2000 and 2250 SuitS 1575 2500 and 2800 Suits 1975 3000 3500 Suits 2575 aresti making cut prices to upand spring begins Our stocks have been with many novelties desirable your outing troussau Goods bought reduced prices extreme prices named your you need Mens Ladies and Shoes- n ankle novelties neckwear hosiery buying Come posted Repectfully We best brought this kilndried yourself price prices and departments replenished DR HOAGS Blood and Liver- Restorative v A Liver Medkke and Blood Parificr THE RELIABLE REMEDY for Rheumatism Pimples Blood and Skin Diseases Strenghtens the nerves makes new appetiteMorestrength to it than any other rem edy Dont wait buy a bottle today SOLD BY- STOCKTON SOX Mrs Maude Mackey Walk ersHair Dressing Parlor Come in and havo your hair dressed in the newest style braids arntputr made to order Braids restored to natural color Highest prices paid for combings Two doora nbovo Stocktons drug store on Main street Ofllco phone 515 residence 202 x 6 Mo H e DOTY SURVEYOR solicago of those its patron needing ser vices of a competent man Address HICIIMOXI KENTUCKY Money to Loan on Good Farm ylvTho lu Buraiico 0wihl loan money at 5 per rarmlanApply to J C Chenanjt Attv Rinhmoud Ky The wise man carries both life and lire insurance Dauf IIC Dreck has the best police tr i t ++ ++ ++++++44 ++ + 4+4 F Y t ++++ ++++ ++++ +++ OUR ++ + pi 44 + + ++ + 4+++++ 4 +4+ Mttf + + +is++ +4++ 4S + + tSi New Fall I 1 GOODS t k i Are Arriving Daily i iffr iotliing Shoes Hats Caps and Mens Furnishings s i1 fltJvtC11 l Home oi Good Clothes c i l J SSTANJFER PROPRIETOR Ctonier Second and M11i i i cTe1epho 675to s fi if IiIFm Ssfo- LBakYsrncan for thepunyerj ng baby for the- chiIcljbatrefusel to eat and is rest hems fat its iIeep1And since the basis of all health is the proper working firsttO1tlteco aovemcnU of the bowcte a day This Mtptyinc of the bow J te very Important M with It comes ndear b e HcM p4Meepknow what tGgivetbe chfH in the ln4eetionand otheri1urgaUvel are not only too but the refveea then b1ccse of their had taste Have you ever trKd T r CaldweBi Syrufi FepeinT ItIsa liquid tonic that famlitei have been ustngfor a quarter ot a It I- smUdpleas1ntuItingandpromptyeC is Rood for you ae weH aa tobetotao1tuee4Ita sample bottle free of charge In thta way you can try It before buying Later when convinced of Its merlts you can get H of your druggist at fifty cents and one dollar a bottle Just as thousands of ofMras well as that of MiSA F Johnson of InthatItselfIfsickly child one given to constipation afreepleasedtodesire for yourself or family pertaining to absolutelyfreeletter and ho win reply to you in detail For the free sample simply send your name and address on a postal card or otherwise For either request the doctors address Is Dr W B Caldwell R5W Cald well building Monticello IlL SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS High Prices for Mules An exchange says Tho mules are selling at prices Jhat would havo been thouht high even in war times with green back worth loss than 50 cents in goll And yet a few years ago when tho big city railways began to install electric power to take tho place of mules wo were told that the mule was a back number and tho prico would never bo highjpnough to bo profitable b jws how easy it is to bo mistaken The mule is superior to tho horse in tho fact qf being hardier and less subject to disease br blemish than tho nobler animal Tho Kentucky mulo is one of tho States most valuable products School Music All parents who intend to have their children tako piano lessons at tbo City High School will please notify Mis Harriet Parrish at onco As is well known Miss Parrish has been engaged Uy tho Hoard of Education to have Jtmrgo of tho piano lessons and parents will do well to see Miss Parrish in re gard to this work at their earliest con enienco tf A Wonder Deputy Sant Bush of Sheriff SIc Chords force who resides on Water street raised a Plymouth rock pullut this season that is truly a wonder Tho little hen had been seen to go under tho house on several occasions during ho past mouth and it was opinion Ir Hush that she was searching cool place to scratch in Last week she camo out with several chicks well developed but of a dwarf size and the proudest little mother you over sawS Friends of tho popular officer were rIed first happoningof the kind in their memory He Addressed the Jury A man who had never been in court before in his life was recently called as a witness in a court in Southern Indiana On being sworn ho took a position with his back to tho jury and began telling his story to tho judge who courteously said Address your remarks to the jury sir3 Tho witness paused for a moment but not comprehending what was said to him remained in the samo po sition Tho judge was then more explicit nnd said Speak to tho jury sir tho men behind you on lhol enchcs Thq witness turned around bowed awkwardly anti 5tidOool1 morning gentlemen He is a Sure Winner Former United States Senator Jas n 3IcCrcari of Richmond accompanied by several of his lieutenants Shelton M Saiifloy of Stanford Tom Smith A D Millet and Tom Pickels of Richmond arrived today to visit the big state show Senator McCreary who is one of the candidates for the Democratic nomina tion for governor is making an active canvass for the honor The Veteran politician is personally known to almost every voter in the state and brought this accomplishment into good play among tho crowds at tho fair Ho was given a warm welcome by his friends and was tho center of many interested groups during tho day Louisville Times 5S Found Gentlemans watch and Jchain Call on L M Scrivner THERE is onq thing about a phone graph it speaks for its self- TUrRTYsxxgovernors are to bo elect cdatthe coming fall election LOTS of runaway marriages have a walkahomp returned SOUK people can never understand how a man can keep busy Thisis the trade mark which is found ne- vtrybottle of the genuine SCottsEmulsionthestanJardCod Oil preparation of the worfct Nothing equals t tobuiIdup the weak anc wasted bOOks of young and oldcJIOJtauzBY ALL DZVGGTSTI Seed Me MUM of ithis ifor JStcbBooL1nort14IawvL4W4 Jcf ir s Hair Health t liYcxiiaeSaIp9cHafr TrooH pTiike Advantage ot ThkIer We oouW not afford to so e 1odoretinue toe1ibai4o5ftdMn jjto all we ehum it will BhouM er withe siam OMIT IM away Mid IlesiQl f3i IIair5 fc not g 5v entire saiMfMtkM to the UMM Uwy wowli hose faith lat and our statements and in quenee bur buneosweetlewouM suffer We assure yea that if your hair is beginning to unnaturally fall out eriC you have ny scalp troubte Rexall WI Hair Torite wilt promptly eraH ate ilamlrutf stimulate hair growth tlprevent preNilni baldness Out faith iR Rexall SO lIsle Tonic is so strong thai weak you to try it oa our positive guarantee that your money will be jshoerfally Tefumled tilt does not do what wociaim Two sizes 5Qc and 100 Sold only at out store The Roxali Store 11 L Perry Richmond Ky Oct 1m Big Merger The Stearns Lumber company the Stearns Coal Company and the tock Creek Coal Company all operating near the county lines of Pulaski and Whilloy havo consolidated under tho firm name of the Stearns Coal and Lumber Com pany with a capital of 2000000 This is one of tho most gigantic corporations in tho mountain section About SCO em ployes will bo added to tho present force at once and now mines will at once bo opened It will be recalled that Deputy U S Marshal Mullin of tins county lost his life on Xmas day two years ago in a fight with riotous strikers at Stearns The company employs nonunion labor exclusively In a Bad Way Many 4 Richmpnd Reader Will Feel Grateful for This Information When your back gives out achingWhenYour kidneys are in a bad wav youHere110 Greenwade blacksmith 25 Qncoti St Mt Serling Ky says J attribute niy kidney tionblo to lie- conxtant8traiu required in my work as a blacksmith While I was never in such a condition that I was not able to miseryIwhich sometimes lasted for weeks and made my life a burden Iam pleased to sjy that Dunns Kidney Pills gtve me prompt relief from tho last attack and since using them I have had ro recnrance I am pleased to recommend his tomedy to other sufferers from kidney complaint For sale by all dealers Price pus KcaerMilbnm Co Buffalo Nw Yo k sole agents for the United Sates Ri member the name Donna and take no other Regensteins Report Stato Superintendent of Public In struction Kegonstciri has given out the report that tho amount of money to be expanded this year in tho common schools of Kentucky will bo 3057591 36 The sources from which this- roeniieisdcrived is as follows Dog tax 50i90IC interest 82144353 bal ance from last year 109007 state fund 82983804 There are 745900 school children and the school fund is per capita on that number Wash That Itch Away- It is said there are certain springs in Europo that give relief and euro to Ezima and other skin diseases If you knew that by washing in these waters you could be relieved from that awfu itch r wouldnt you make every effort to take a trip to Europe at ouci Would you not he willing to spend your last cent to find the curt lint you need not leave home foi there distant springs Rclirf is tight tie e in your own linaie towi WiiterrreiiTtiymotpound only in J D Li 1iescriptinu will brinir instant relief to that tenible burning itch ard leave the skin us smooih and IienUIiy as that of a child If you have not already tried it yet at leas a 25 cent bottle today We as byStocktonTUKKE is no better town than right hero in the capital of Madison If you talk about it others will hear you and do likewise Never say anything that will make an outsider think your city is on the decline Tho Owensboro Inquirer gives this good advice Do you lore your town Do you have any concern for its future t Would you like to seo it grow prosper and extend its trade and influence If you dp then ask yourself these questions Do I help support and maintain Us insti lOtions Do I encourage every move meaL looking to the upbuilding of the town Do I speak a good word for the town and the people at every oppor unity jDo I lend assistance to its industries Do Ipatronizo thorn Do 11001vRguponanswer these questions in the affirma tWo then you are not only a stumbling block but a detriment to any community The Doctors Question Much Sickness Due to Bowel Disorders A doctors first question whet con suited by a patiealk Are your towel regular lie known that 88 pee seitt ofllhnoes k attended with inactive bevels and torpid liver and that this codit must be removed gently and throughly before hltk can be restored Resell Orderlies are a positive pieM OBloleand so certain of their great eltMth valtM that w promise 1e retra the fwc yMf HItthey act quteily and have a sotfetef tNItCtbenio mItig ltdliKntHI ou tbI entire inUtOwU tract They 4o tIIIIt puI grin con ion fcivwm eJivl eSinas IftajTK010 or MMQI infteo They are espeuizltyIohHdroa week PMNOR or oid Two viKOT ZSeeai and JOoeai Sold1 only at OQtatonTlleJeuU 8tai H 4 Ftort Rod Kjr Are von troubled irith your not tt lOftd out but rpenhlif-ng if you do your roof tronblM will be at an end ThU Roof ing is a lou b rnbbeTlike rilloff n perfect proteoVon from the wwulur Stoatoa Cfottgtotoa ft Co sQ Is ad glue on toluW ruariit o- ftrts No4 caty rlata iII1 MOD mow butl Jtockton im 4i1y ouSa1c lhaMMtiMtKood Miding tota for sM kMM i m LMWMtir Md BrMk AVL LdrOiflO 001 0SIT L Miwlt desirable for apMimwt 105450 ovogresidoso Arty OM inert M d Sa pureia e lMeo oaJthe JCrSi D M Jw eoe hr ro t Yea eannot afford to buy yOor drjhl uetlt yen understand the mwks ef the PeeriK Me1UI disc drill D B ShMkelCord Co PUBLIC SALE and Renting Having tOMe the county on account ofill health I liars decided to rent my farm for the year 1011 at 10 oclock 18 mon Tuesday Oct 11 1910 The Carm contains K17 acres and is known as the Willis Hislo placo on Muddy Creek between Waco and College Hill About 45 acres to bo put in con and about 8 acres in tobacco Two good tobacco barns on tho property On tho farm is a good ten room residence good cistern and all necessary out buildings and an abundance of water ice house good orchard and vineyard Will Also Sell the Follow ing Stock 7 long yearling cattle 2 extra good milch cows and calves 3 brood mares 2year old maro Mahogany 3 2 yearling horse colts Tom Covington and Arion 12year old Haxhall horse colt I Norman mare colt 2ycar old jack I jack colts I jennet A pjoarling maro mules l 2ycar old maro mulo 2jfy span ofold horse mules f0 sows and pigs jr tv 2CO bales of hay c 200 bushels potatoes tjSWTbarrels corn 100 shocks of fodder 300 shocks of sugar cano 2 wagons and harness a buggies 2 break carts v mowing machine 2 cultivators Idiso harrow 1 corn sheller Onehalf interest in 8 aero ttbacco AlotoflumborSHousehold and kitchen furniture groundsPossessionTerms made known on day of sal- eSam Hisle THE CHURCH SUPPER U Dingdoug said the Wg church bell A supper tonight asa tiiigs to sell DingdoHg I I da declare nets Im rung in oa a vestry fair Ive a mind to stick and refuse to ring For I wasat donated for sack a thing Bat my oh ay I How sweet that smells I I wfah that co ee were good for bells I For at every pall the sexton gays The bell swung oat above the paTe And at every swing he got the actsij And On he swung there all contest Said down below good pastor Pipp Fingers Upping tip to tip II Ihaye been asked by all whore hert To say unto the slater dear f Who brought the coffee here tonight That we consider it her right j To thus be thanked in public wise She finds great favor in oar eyes May all her deeds smell sweet as this Bywhlch she brings her neighbors bliss Thought blushing Mrs JoueH I knew What CEASE S AHBOfilf S braudwosll doGood you knew are osly lent And so she smiled in deep content 6wcll McKinncy FancyGroceries Oats and Shipstuff Telephone 223 THE QUESTION T J iiff i Is it a Bed Room Suit IroOBed Dresser 9x Cooking Stove Range Heater or angthing neW qurhoe 11 Its Easy to Get Them Our Way i Jf J I t Save your Bank account Try our easy payment plan iiIl v like it Payments made weekly or monthly to suit YQ ra credit is Give us order today lUMANANDHIGGINSSFurniture Opposite Hotel GlyndonMain Street Headquarters for Sewing Machines and Suppliesall makes liThe Imperial Double Disc In the illustration below the Double Disc is shown in the position of turning Noto tho action of the Flexible jointed Frame Connection which permits the Harrow to turn practi all on ils own ground Tho blades do not track at any time there is na interference of parts and tho turn is made without extra exertion from either driver or team There is no strain on any part of the Harrow and the ground is worked just the same as when going straight ahead TJio Flexible Frame Is a vcjry imporlant in fact indispensable feature No Double Disc Harrow can be conveniently handled or made to satisfactory work without it A rigid frame would cause a severe twisting strain in turnins and leave a series of holes and ridges at the turning points The Imperial Double Harrow requires no moro skill ability or exertion than an ordinary single Harrow tIt issimple in construction and easy to handle and can be used wherever a single Harrow can bo used It is mado in 4 50 and 7 foot sizes suitable for 2 3 or 4 horses It is moderate in cost being materially less than f the cost of two single Harrows Hut price should not bo tho prime consideration Efficiency and capacity should como first The question should be will tho Harrow do enough better work and enough more workflows make it a good investment It certainly will In quality of wor bolter pulverizing more perfect Jevetingitl it is worth till it costs and more In capacity it is The equal of two single Harrows of the samo width and in the saving of time labor and horses will easily pay for itself In a single seasonS i All that we claim for tho Imperial Harrow we guarantee it to perform in tile field It is sold on this con dition tho purchaser himself to be the judgo of results Douglas Simmons Oeatherage Second Street Telephone 20 James Hunley Will buy or sell your house farm town lots or any thing else in the Real Estate line Any business intrusted to flinT will be promptly and carefully attended to See needIedPUBLIC SALE We will sell at public sale at 10 a m on the premises on tho Tales Creek pike 4 miles from Richmond on Saturday Oct 29 1910 the following to wit 5 much cows 3 jersey heifers one 2 year old steer 2 yearling saddle fillies 1 sow and 8 pigs 7 jennets 2 yearling jacks 1 roller 1 mower 1 harrow 2 corn planters 1 corn sheller 1 low wheel wagon a cultivator several plows Some fanning implements 1 surrey and buggy and other things too numerous to mention Terms made known on day of sale Misses Pattie and Annie Deatherage The Best in Jewelrydbm Invites You to This Store Swo gathered from everywhere good and well Today we are asking your opinion of our stock as a whole We ask for criticisms request your critical lookiBg And when you havoseen and bought we ire sure you will carry away an impression that will be sure to bring you back Itsyourprivilegetobuyorlook just as you please aad if you only loofc youre welcome EANEI Street V A R Eto YOUInterestedi- nLufllbQtf Lath Singlsboors saSh IL Ifso Mf 2 J l irr ir 1c 1 7 roddFbCoPhone JOOc 1t KI HARROW 130S 130 Lackey Colyer ITelephone 2S2SonefUlLeatherAlso a handsome set of Harness with rolled sand open rolled Bridal valued at 30 This isnt humhugIt is a fair deal and legitimate Wewillshotat1st 1910 We further propose to sell you any article in onriThisofTerivyoumoneynation plenty of them at our office Read Carefully the Articles Below Horse collars Back Bands Post Buggies and all medium Buggies inrmRiding Bridals oa agons and Surreys Break Harness Rubber tier the best put ea quick and Drive HarneesV reasonable s It Surrey Harness HV O i r First class Horse Shoeing the but r PaintingIloughtonColumbus n cgiesc paired f Manyer Buggies Blacks ithjag complete any jobin thelnuffmaeBuijsSend in your Vehicle for Painting andSSRpairs Farly i Lackey j Colyer AvOid Danger Wlien 5tItroublesdui thatwdUknown Car athmen Thouss of sUCcessfu1redy foobeen benefited edCarduinot you DonttakianrIchanc sGetC ithe old reme womei Qf jll agesIITAE CARDUlIS I It Win Help You iMM Lmuik Morfl edflIe QU IiIcii rI hoohhllllll Iodioo gg ConIai now csn do 1U 1rJ it- o adtoa AT ALL DRUG SO ffj