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Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): n. Wednesday, October 12, 1910. Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897). 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914, Richmond, Ky. 1910 ric1910101201 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 12, 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. 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or icalp airectiQns on infant or- gownperson Will you try a bgttlo on ourrccommendatioht nCOf Perrys DrugStor- eIFhaveonolotof 5lhidi andnjisses samplo jackets the prices ranging from fj03 16 1003 Wowilt sell them as longas they last for OSc each tf A DounowsKi Phcue 2 WU P BAXTER I Dqtft fiefaid Nearfy Anyone May Secure i aBplehdidGrpwtJh of Hair Wo have a remwiy that hen a record inIl3ouiledath 6r tans That may seem like a strong italcmorl it la and we meaiC it to bo iinno one doubt it nfci tit they have put bar claims loan actual toi AVcftroso certain Refill 03 Half Tonic will cure dandruff prevent bald ncss stimulate the scalp andliair roots stop falling hair and grow new hair positIveguarnntco paid usfdr it In every instance whore itdocs not give entire satisfaction to the user 4 RcxallWVHatr Tonjjaspleasant to iso as clear water It is delightfully perfumed and does not grease or gum Oiojialry Ewosizos SOB and 100 liVitii our guarantee back of it you cerlalnlytakb norisk Sold only at our store TljoEcxall Store II L Perry Richmond Kjv The Truth A baseball enthusiast writing in the Winchester paper sizes up tho situation lathe Uluegrass league in an cxcplUjni manner IIo points out th6 vital reaoji wjiyspmanypf the teams hayo jfailcd tp make money lIe says f v fJk seoais to us the Blue Grass League sJatJmpting too much The Style of ayed s equal to that of- almost any lub utlJo next higher class In their rhvalry5to strengthen their clubstho managers have sgqured all parts of the country and their players cost 50 imich that chics of the fourths class have not the population to support them If the teams were evenly matched with cheaper players interest and patronage would be almost as great and tho expense so much less that the IiproiGoingUp Thereis a well founded rumor that the price of flomestio coal will take a little jump beginning some time this month According to a local dealer it will bo caused by the cuStomors in theoutputofthethis city is a big user The strike that has been on there for some time has made necessary the rushing of bit orders from the Jcllico fields to that section Itis rumored that it will go to 15 cts hero by the first cold weather 0 All Busy Assesser Shelby Taylor and his force of deputies are hustling to get thru their work by the first of November It k a very kboroas task to see every person in the county in this time and securebis or her list properly filled out The fo1lowingdE1lutics compose the- force bt aid tad district Jt Q Baxter Richmond SrdSktrict Kobcrt llo iso Richmond 4ih district Mr Taylor Union City 5th district John Moberly BnssifoMf 6th district Joe Maupin Xingst ni7thdisttitl W AVv Adams PoytoalownjzltiitBslricti John Million Million ymilc begun oaSeptember 1st According to the reports already In there will ba twice as many dogs listed thieyear as l stv 1500 was the number giV ahflaSII1Jar and this year it will run over 3000 This means that there Will Ioi6ver 3000 in the county treasure to rro pay the owners of sheep who suffer from vicious canines fjr t t Soaring Tho price of paint has taken such a big jump upward the past few months that it has almost caused a panic among thodaler1s well as the con sumor The flaxseed crpp is Just hall what It should have been shorter than has over been known and consequently linseed oil which is made from this product has jumped from 39 cts the price a year ago this month to 2109 per gallon The seed is selling now at priceInstates raising flazsccd in this country the crop is practically a failure and even in the Argentine Republic where it islargoly raised there is a big short hcIsince ho bias boen in the paint business or course this will effect white lead pricoIstances It is bound to IThc Oarrard County Fair Association has broken all records in Central Ken tucky in tho point of earning largo divi Bends However the association will dissolve and liquidate as soon as the present years business has been wound up A new association will then be re organized Popular It L Elkin will no longor preside as socretrry Ho has hold the place since the present association was effected five years ago and de sires to retire Everybody wants him to hold on but he declares that his outside business requires so much of his time that ho will have to relinquish the sec retaryship Two years ago tho associa tion paid an extra special dividend of one hundred per cent aside from small 1Wrong Way anybody hanglit Phone Li WALL We Retire Go Carts We 5eII Liquid Veneer 1 iflllll e o JsUr oJii1 OUQh s rpOne reasonS why you will find the most luxurious bed the ITEARIIS FOSTER I MATTRESSIii is that the natural springiness of the cotton magnified many times by the Special Web Process of making the felt layers We will explain this you more fully when you call Sixty Nights Free TrialSlvm CC 1050 1350 160Oand 2250 1iI83I5Z7 Oldh iEL mL c k eL Undertaking Specialty dividends Again this year another hundred per cent dividend will bo de clared when tho liquidation occurs Noxtto the big Richmond fair Lancas ter has about the best exhibition in the state Notice to Creditors All pgrsonsJiaving claims against the estate of John Taylor deceased are requested to file same on or before Nov 1 1910 properly verified as required by same will bo barred 928ilt J E Grconleaf For Sale Few thousand second hand brick J D King S Son tf 219 Moborly avenue 4 The is fd buy a Iot o old stock and get to for you J iia is o to a Lumber For Sale Jiarn bills and nil kinds rough lumber in oak poplar and pine Tobacco sticks Poplar laths Write j A STEVENS AV T HICKS tf Richmond Ky J R PenningtonDentist Ofllce next door to Government building Richmond Ky Dan II Breck life fire and accident insurance tf Youan BuyEverything From 0 i t t 1 Hamilton Bros PAPERJ Dav Telephone 76 Night Telephone 136 229 vr s o K o L L1 RA IantonWholesale and Retail Goal Feed Salt Sand Lime Cement and All Kinds of Plaster Material Corner Main and B Streets TELEPHONE 85 We Sell lay Manton r Patterns iOc Each tD1 CI II E A p E iiA r It Silks Dress Goods Wash Goods Outings Flannels Notions Hosiery Underwear Comforts m e r U Carpets Mattings Rugs Trunks Suit Cases Shoes flats Clothing Overcoats and the EEEE k 1 V t ir1A61 i Greatest Line of Ladies Tailored Suits Shwnin the = I IL AJ 7lr t1 i1 i A f uII nI jf 1 T City of Richmond It v I1 l t A A Ii M P wH 4l i I 1t fa M R aiiIrFind out every houses price on eveiy thing you buy Don t let any house consider you as sure Make the house f ft ityOU huy from win our trade by Honest Methods and Honest Merchandise at Low Prices t k tr DemandareasonfortheIo prices and then satisfy yourself it is nptalbait Hamilton Bros willgive you a reason why they sell cheaper They buy i v r f i L ifiiiiil f i ttIJTC HJ lOPnous Stocks l tJf j J Il iJOj c K tThepay cashfoi all merchandise t They sell for cash arid Jose no debtsTheirmotto is fQukfcSafesand Small Profits t Put Hamilton firosA toao test pGt their jpriceis bh It v it I rr any standard r q brandof merchandise 4 3t1 then if t the p1e adpwcr than the price you paid yotftl be glad to gave 0 the dlferenceriext time t d y rrl ff 1 r 1 j 5 c NM W H y lfea StocksandMoreClassyStylesThanEver- n Before 1 4 1 Yu1 ir r jS 1 I to o n BFO triers = E CQner lfirtiaMalnr u 5 Kentucrly 0 II 0 AbtumtlStyles With a Special Price Charm New Fall arrivals in Dress Goods and Silks 1 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 and see us for seeing 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 for your new evening dre- ssOWEN McKEE DRY GOODS COMPANY The Richmond Climax PBBIISSU WEMESDII IT THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO Incorporated A D MILLER EDITOR el PRESS GHTN FUBUSrERS EBICE 100 PER YEAB IN AD ACE WEDNESDAY OCT 12 1910 A special frOm Frankfort says Coy Willson and his secretary Capt Jackson Morris will make a tour of the mountains beginning October 17 and will carry with them all necessary pa pars so that a requisition or warrant of arrest or pardon can be granted on the tour The following appointments have been made Inezr October 17 Pikcville October IS Frenchbua October 20 Frankfort October 21 Irvine October 22 Somerset October 21 The Gov ernor seems to bo unable to handle the pardons fast enough at tho mansion and is Going on tho Road in the interest of thorn No matter what ho docs in tho Eleventh ho cant stem the emocratic landslide that is approach ing TilE Portuguese people have estab lished a Republic and have overthrown tho tyranical King Manuel One by one tho monarchies of the world arc declaring against such rule and are joining the long list of Republics of the world King Manuel has fled to England and a President has been appointed tempor arily Long live Portgual Tho whole Royal family has been ousted and the little country will now begin with bright prospects for a government of the Peo plo by the people and for tho people HAHVEY HELM for Congressman is tho watchword of every democrat now Havo you registered that is the ques lion Lets make the majority in the Eighth this term bigger than over be fro and then the old state will lino up heavily for tho Democratic nominee for President Start tho ball with a big majority for Congressman hel- mPERSONALS Mr II C James was in Louisville Monday Miss Harriett Parrish spent the week end with Lexington friends i Expoitlon spenttheMiss Lottie McElroy of Columbus Georgia is tho guest of Miss Sue Smith Misses Dick Douglas and Emma White wore in LexingtonThursday to see the trots t Mrs Z T Rico and children have returned from a visit to relatives in Lan casterMr and Mrs M C Kellogg will leave at an early date for a northern and eastern trip Mr Sim Turpin of Moberly returned last week after a visit to the KnoxvIlle Exposition Mr S S Short of Shclbyvillo was here lost week the guest of his brother Capt W T Short Miss Minnie Dunn the popular West era Union operator at tho Glyndon is taking a vacation Miss Alice Pearl of Massacheusctts is the guest of Miss Emma Watts on Lancaster avenue tMr and Mrs L K Cole of Chicago CoyiNgtonA J Suit of tho Racket store was in Cincinnati last week to purchase a big k swpply of holiday goods 1 t The many friends of Mrs M M Mil beenriIY Mss Tommio Colo Covington who is spentSONI44Iy PricpecLancasterwoilier Mrs Emma Bush Xr and Mrs Harvey Cobb of Bloom ington have returned home after a Visit to relatives in the county Mrs Susan Oldham of Ml Sterling k vfeiting her son Mr W J Oidham aod family on Lancaster avenue Mrs JCattte Heath ofOmalm NJfcras WJ6 the guest of her sister Mrs Rob tier on Lancaster avenue- 1rMenJarn1n Dobrowsky who is at tetwfing State University spent a few jrra t week with his parents i Henry Biltz has returned to her im Salisbury Mo after a visit to ttttVUu Reagan in the country Jtftgt James Demon and Common MMti Attorney Crutclier 5pent Sunday at liwfr homes in WirJtitt w H GrSder e t rtined al TuMilajafternoonfor Mn7jouls WeWenliurgM home on HiP street MM Annie Kichmond and daughter uroedftolJl a visit SLjEL y KwferwB III iowrvtlX Tv2LMau fJ1 ographor at the ZarIng Mills spent two days last weeks at Bcrca with home folksMiss Kit Harris who is teaching at Boonovillo Owsley county was at home last week visiting her mother Mrs Kit tie Harris LoxlnltonlastElizabeth who is attending Hamilton Minnie Wagers Bridge party for Mrs Louis Wciscnburg is a social event for this afternoon Four tables will play Mrs P F Adams and children left Saturday for their future home Irvine after spending two weeks with Mrs A D Miller Mr and Mrs L B Welsenburg have returned to Richmond to reside and have taken rooms at L P Evans on Lancaster Ave Miss Kate Leo Dennoy of Garrard county was in Richmond a short time last Friday cnrouto to Hillsboro to visit Mrs Roy A Haynes Mr and Mrs Marshal Denny of Lan ShorloyhaveM M Miller and family Mr William Powell who left Madison seven years ago to reside in Oklahoma is back on a visit to friends Ho now resides in Holdcnvillo in that state Louisville Times Mr and Mrs Eugene Walker will return to Richmond today after a visit to Mrs Walkers mother Mrs T M Woodson Mrs Hattie Lo teller of Lexington and daughter Mrs Wm Montgomery were hero Saturday the guests of Mrs M M Miller They motored over Mr George Ballou and daughter Miss Edna were in Lexington Friday and Saturday to Miss aomi Ballou who is a student in Cant jbellllagerman college Mrs W R Paris returned ast week from an extended trip to relatives in Oklahoma Kansas and Texas Mr Farris met her in Cincinnati and ac panied her home groundforland avenue Mr Jonas Ruckcr will soon begin the erection of a residence on that street also Mr and Mrs Joe Nortoman of Cincinnati and Mr anti Mrs John Stovie of Covington motored to Richmond last week and were guests of Mr and Mrs W D Oldham Mrs Thomas Pickels entertained for DridgolaltThird street The souvenir of the afternoon a beautiful fern dish was awarded Mrs Dan Chenault Miss Dudley Doty entertained a few of her young friends at Bridge at her home on High street last Friday morning Miss Callie MillerShackelford was tho successful player and was awarded the handsome hand embroidered towel Dr D J Williams of Ford Mr D P Black and sisters Misses Nettie and Belle of Richmond and Miss Lillie Gentry of Madison county composed a party which attended the Appalachian exposition at Knoxville last week SIrs Woodward Misses Yancy and Messrs K L McElwaln and W W Mc Elwain composed a motoring party from Maysville who are seeing tho Bluegrass and stopped Monday for a few hours in the city They took lunch at the Glyn don Prof Ivan McDougle who occupies lIighSchOQIbeen called by tho death of his grand proressorsof assistant principal Rev wS Grinstead and family will leave this week for London where Bro Grinstead was assigned by the State Methodist Conference During their years residence here Mr Grinstead and family have made a host of friends who departureFalmouthPendletonian Tho many friends of Mrs Samuel Deatherage will be glad to know that she has returned from Martinsvillc Ind greatly improved in health About three weeks ago she went to this noted place suffering with rheumatism and her condition now is such that she can go about with case hostesslastllrsCumminhonor went to Mrs Louis Weiscnburg while Mrs Waller Bennett secured the trophy This is a pin which the win meetingMIssMollie It was the regular meeting of the club and a most enjoyable one Tuesdaythe liqstcss at a beautiful reception in SmlthoCSeaUkWsomely decorated for the the occasion and the charming hostess was most pleasing in her graeious manner Assisting Mrs Phelps In receiving the guests were Mrs Speed Smith and Margtrettaserved 5 s WilBansICe when he arrived JIOMe after bOal rioo4shadlook1HMIt14he WM giwUljr Mt wh he- arriyjd tafis th41 g mbl the elegant refwst ready to be served Uteguptip d oth nnrt itrlcUyhtagatYsir The Cecilian Club ratimed work for the tbetintttJMa f ear d1btht1tIUo w Tr wu- I4 U Mg kr penbena fIr t npre- efllewljt ie wal IIulllliNli DfeaM M TBraenuL MaAn Miller Pnlltde and T Lachner 1lsMi I P1skie- 3lsctions 1ro ObetMWeMr Mr Xktdelton- Tionrgontko a Sharn laerRiake4dn IPapi1ntIt5Oe of Germany on Am eriesM MrsGWPlckelsILeves Miss Sue Smith SwffQ Hippy DayGoetz MrsAJt Burnam LArthur Sohutt Mrs J R Jojmson Tke wedding of Miss Kathleen Turpin and IrA J Tribble WM soteftnized in lisiHgto Thttrsday theKevE II- fli4her pastor of t he East end Chris MfcK efeurch of this city officiating Tho Mtws of the wedding will come asa lsanL surprise to many friends of the yattng couple In Richmond The nup tuck place in the parlors of the Reed hotel Mr and Mrs Jennings MaHpIn acoompanied the bride and groom and the feur motored to the Fayette capital After taking in the trots they returned to Richmond Mrs Maupin is a sister of the bride Mrs Tribble is a daughter of Judge and Mrs N It Turpin and is a charming young woman whoso personalities have won for her many friends The groom has been a resident of Richmond practically all of his life and is a contractor and electrician of hustling business ability They will go to housekeeping on 4th streetA of much interest to a wide circle of friends of tho contracting par ties was that of Mr G Leslie Edwards and Miss Alice Williams both of College Hill which was solemnized on last Thursday afternoon in the Methodist church at that place tho Rev B O Beck officiating The little church was beautifully decorated for the occasion and presented a lovely appearance with tho altar covered with sweetest flowers Promptly at four oclock Miss Kathcryn Covington who presided at the organ began the ever popular wedding march from Mendelsohn and the arrival of the bridal party was announced The bride woro a beautiful gown of blues and carried white flowers She is a charming young woman and never looked more beautiful The attendants were Dr George Edwards of Corbin and Miss Lura Williams After the ceremony about fifty invited guests sat down to an elegantly arranged six oclock dinner at the home of the brides parents Mr and Mrs Alexander Williams and the bride and groom were tho recipients of many costly presents and were showered with congratulations and well wishes lor- a happy journey thru life The groom has a government position at Lock No 11 and the couple will go to housekeep ing immediately in a cozy little home all ready for occupancy The outoftown guests were Mr and Mrs Clifton O wcnsof WiiicbcstcrMr and Mrs Duo las Hosgland of Lexington Mr Ed Griggsof Mt Sterling Drs Gco and B J Edwards of Corbin and Miss Dela Walkerof Freelandville Ind Miss Lena Edwards of Wagersville Tho following account of tlio Estill Galloway vedding which took place in Lexington several days ago will be read with interest by people in this county WynneEstillloway of Richmond and Lexington was celebrated Thursday afternoon at 4 oclock at the home of tho brides parents Mr and Mrs Clifton F Estill 878 East High street The wedding music was played sweetly by tho brides sister Mrs H L Spence of Nashville Ten nessee and the Bridal March from Lohengrin was tho signal for the en trance of the wedding party The procession was led by two pretty ribbon bearers Misses Rosa Darnaby and Marion Baio then came the matron of honor the brides sister Mrs Forrest Wilson preceding the bride escorted by her rather who gave her in marriage Tho bridegroom advanced at the same time with the best man Mr William Apple ton and joining the bride the couple stood before the waiting minister Row Dr W H Felix who pcrformsd the im pressive ceremony The bridal couple left later for a trip the route of which was kept secret and returning will make their homo with Mr and Mrs Estill They were remembered with many beginmewishing their future to be as bright as tho September day which blessed their nuptials About fifty guests were present members of tho family and most in byMrschilfon elaborate with laco and em broidery assisted by her daughters Mrs C S Darnaby of of Lexington Mrs II L Spence of Nashville Tennessee Mrs A M Brooks of Springfield Illinois The grandchildren the house Estill Clifton Henry and Rowan Spence Jennie Pet tit Brooks and Margaret Brooks were also in tho company Tho bride is tho youngest daughter of her house and manyfriendsa popular young man and has been with the American Tobacco Company for seven years Residence Burned Mr P M Pope of this city suffered tile loss of a residence in Lexington last Wednesday which was destroyed by fire The property was valued at 81500 and was covered by insuranc- eRegistration Tuesday Was a quiet day politically although the regu lar time for regular registra tion On account of the races at Lexington there were many out of town and these will be compelled to show their ab sence from the city at the sup plemental registration on Thursday Friday and Satur day before the November election Or if anyone can prove that he was unable to reach the registration booth on account of illness he can have his name listed by the county clerk The result Tuesday was Bern Court House 195 City Hall 90 Francis 121 Normal 128 total 534 HepCour House 82 City Hall 143 Francis 1GS Normal 91 total 484 1ndCult House 6 City Hall 5 Francis Q Normal 6 total 26- Prohib Court House 1 Pop NornJul 1 These figeres show a dent ocaatic major ty f 50 but the- supptnbt4fry rjtration- will run i1 up many more The last year after TtVrthefollowsCity Hall 1Ii Rep gInjd u Demi 2471 lB 166 Re- pA37t48 pUn The majorltyJriilt1fIU was 1i9borto ft Lf r Ii 0 Orcutt Courta c Oct06erKterm begins the 3rd with prospects of busy month The Qetober terra of the Madise Ireuilewirt was opened last Msday week tie Irilwltk Judge 1Je M- Ire aMa vwy lively docket ikl- Mdt up Meaday b4 f the ruIar- Coy cort Jtsdg BeMoq H IUR the days session over ntH Tuwday After hearing a few motioAs a d order tag the eterk to file a few papers ofIm pertauee Tuesday orniwg the juries were impanneled and the following were named to serve during tho present terms N B Dealherage Foreman H M Samuels W A Lanford B L Million IL S Morgan Calvin Agee J S Hisle Eugene Barnes W W Bales Peter G Parrish Samuel Lackey and Woedson Taylor The Petit Jury is made up as follows Tilden Parrish R C Mason Walker Covington W W Parks Joe T Tones J R Dunbar H J Pearson B F Boggs Eugene Todd Martin Green IrvineBaker pW Powell James De Jarnett E H Bybee Zena Cobb Wm Dunbar AIt Gibbs J O Jones Sanford Oldham W L Blanton I P Todd Hiram Reeves G B Turloy Jr and R A Ralston Judge Denton in his charge to tho Grand Jury called especial attention to tho fact that two homicides had taken place since the last term of court and that tho carrying of deadly weapons should bo given a wide investigation He also charged thorn to look diligently into the bootlegging business and secure names of suspicious persons who frequented the depot when the evening train returns from Lexington and Winchester and probe them for evidence Tho Judge called attention to the law prohibiting tho soiling giving or procuring for a minor tho deadly cigarretto Tho commonwealth took up last week and will also have other business before the session adjourns The first conviction was Robert Pearson who was fined 50 and cost for shooting on tho Highway Major Long for crap shooting 50 and cost Shears was dismissed on IHenry shooting on Highway was given a fine of GO for unlawfully selling liquor and for soiling to a Minor was fined 50 in two cases Other cases were filed away pending his goad behavior Andy Todd for cutting in sudden heat and passion2J00- Sofa Chambers colored1 reach of the peace Thomas Ilockworth unlawfully sell ing whiskey 0000 Joe Howard false swearing one year in pen Howard was a star wilnoss for the defendant in tho case of Charles Faulkner who was tried in this court for tho killing of T Q Quisenbury in Clarke Faulkner was acquitted on tho testimony of Howard but tho prosecution secured evidence that Howard had sworn falsely and tho jury rendered tho above verdict The case was tried hero In the spring when Faulkner was acquitted of tho charge A pathetic scone yet ono who has been familiar in tho courts of Madison county for the past forty years was that of Alex Pence an aged resident of this county on tho Kentucky river just across from Ford who tottering under tho weight of 73 years was arraigned on the charge of unlawfully selling liquor and plead guilty in nearly every caso The records show that Pence has been a violator of this law sinco 1808 having acknowledged to selling liquor unlawfully and also to Minors for many years past His fines assessed at this term amount to 1380 and the officials of the court say ho will pay tho cash and re turn home as has been tho case for so many years Ho was acquitted in ono caso and several were continued His home is a familiar site at tho cast end of tho Ford tunnel on the L N rail road John Calico was fined 2500 and ten days in jail for carrying concealed weapons Tho first of last week Mr Dan Wallace was sworn in as a member of tho local bar Attorneys C A Bal lard of Mu Vernon and Hugh Riddle of Irvine were hero attending court Miss Hester Covington and Mrs Bcttlo Jackson wore also sworn in as Court 10 daIs at hard labor for petit 1arcency Leonard Abnoy was acquitted for the killing ofJ S Lane at Bcrca Tile case occupied tho attention of tho court all day Saturday and both sides engaged in a warm legal battle Abnoy was jointly indicted with Hays for the same offense Tho jury rendered a verdict of not guilty after being out about an hour Miss Elizabeth Covington was awarded a verdict of 225 against tho Adams Express Company for the loss of a valuable packageA Thomas secured a verdict of against tho East Tennessee Telephone Company for damages to a horso caused by the animal becoming entangled in the wires of the company The damage suit of Charles Faulkner against W O Hoskins was set fon a later day at this term and if tried will bo of much interest It will bo remembered that Hoskins swore on the witness stand in the trial of Paulkner for Iho killing of Quisonberry several mouths ago that tho defendants reputation was not good Suit was immediately instituted against tile witness to prove tho charges Faulkner asks 10000 Tho grand jury reported tIle following indictments Tuesday morning Oliver Thomas for killing Wm Masters nt Val ley View was indicted for murder also on same charge Addison Crcekmore for killing Came Bush Jack BurnsWe for housebreaking Myrtle Daniels alias Minnie Collins obtaining money falsely peaceilcnryJonVK log money f fo4y Barton Rogers jte teiaing a WMMU T5K ert McWhorter MlicW shod wit Ftelefcer Williaws betMsefereakSng The grand jvy ate brooch in bt4kt RWMtts agJMMt itiee soft d rink dalejse f4 lt oiwwilo ti with seDi mah Ifcjttors unlawfully 7ProiiwijirSoaii Xody fell ely Sites SIUhr vs XB Jon s T JCyleJ VleaIYs adt LuInAer4P JtiIJMc om npM1 FOWIt W H JUitere n A4as Expraw coup I n OWh JcDftlw vs to 4 ilT K K Co 1faLbanNoe vsW r 811ri OhM FkDelvaW O B kiB Sarah S TVaiBrtr y W K tana B Ia1 Advance ThiMlMr Co WH H WMfbrn Juno Shon by 4 1JIJI H Da a ben f f H TK QMBP vTho Witeox u Hv vsQbsNirl tUb my C nwn wealth vsOliver Thowa s Henry JMKM vs Jack B nMiMs J iDay- otasonwealth vs Myrtle DawWs vs Itoberl E4MNu 13th Pay Ceainieatth vs Ad Creekmere vs Burton Roeis 4vsMcWlierier u HUI JMY Cyntha Fr ivs James Uignite CeffiMp w Hk vs Winnie Smit- bwvsKennedy AIvsJrJPcwers vsBteck Black vs Jones Jones IvsGreen Genky tfvs GW Poland vs Rhodes Denny HvSJonah Tussey IvsjoeTodd 4vsAdams Express Co 15th Day Commonwealth vs Settle +4 ++ +4+++4t School News i+ i Items ol Interest from Supt TVolands Olllce aad the+ tCoaaly IB General +w Sinco the now law went into effect two years ago there has been three elections in tbo educational divisions of tho county and tho same Board chosen at the first election is serving now with the exception of Division No 2 Seth Cornelison succeeding George Crawford and Luther Todd This shows that good men are serving and tho people aro satisfied According to tho now school law tho trustees chosen In each division select a chairman from among their number and this chairman by virtue of his oflico be comes a member of thee County Board The six members composing tho Board are Division I William Jell No2 Seth Cornelison No3 B S Terrill No 4 Edward Cornolison No S J N Hendren No9 W R hayden The now school building at Bear Wallow is nearing completion and when finished it will be one of tho most upto date country school buildings in the state Supt Noland has departed from the old worn out custom of going ahead and erecting a building without plans or specifications Ho has every detail arranged to make it a most modern structure It will cost about 1200 Tho County Board has been called to meet next Friday in tho office of Supt Noland to dispose of several matters in regard to the schools There aro many claims to take up and dispose of besides other routine business Tho school at Clays Ferrywhich has been under tho direction of Mrs J D Powell has been closed indefinitely oh account of Scarlet fever Births Mr and Mrs Robt Brandenburg are receiving tho congratulations of their friends on the arrival of a now daughter who was born last week at their homo on High street Tho mother was form erly Miss Nellie Potts Hob Walker was a lucky man at tho Falmouth fair which closed on the 30th of September Lord Anon his wonder ful trotter won the 230 class but was defeated by a narrow margin in tho free forall by a horse that as not in the class The Richmond Trotter although outclassed in tho freeforall mOde a game effort and forced tho winner out infast time Marriage License Dave Mansfield of Estill county and Pearl Hutchons of Madison county were thin first to apply last week for marriage license at the County Clerks office Tho father of the groom accompanied tho young man and gave consent to the girls marriage She is barely fifteen Estrayed Estrayed from my place near Kirks ville Ky on Oct 3rd ono back mare mulo with mealy nose good flesh and 14 12 hands high Information lead ing to tier recovery will bo liberally rewarded llargis Brandenburg Krks vllle Ky 101241 Wet Month According to tho oldest citizens and thoso who keep up with the seasons and peculiarities there was more rain in September of thisycar than has been in that month for many years in fact it is hard to recall just when as much rain fell during September October was ushered in with a heavy rainfall and so far we have had plenty although but a little over a week has gone by Eggs Coming In For tho past ten days the local mar ket has been receiving a big supply of eggs tho hens having taken to fall laying ont largo scale According to those who know a green fall always produces plenty of eggs The price of 20 cents per dozen still remains because the consumption is greater and the extra supply meets tho demand consequently no drop in price Gott Brothers shIp- ped 300 cases last week Verdict Upheld Friday Iho Court of Appeals affirmed the verdict of tho Madison circuit court in tho case of Hays vs Commonwealth Hays it wilt bo recalled was given a sentence of twentyone years for the killing of J S Lane at tho Iterna commencement by a jury in the Madison circuit court The ease W1 appealed In delivering the opinion the court says thc law given in the instructions was admirable and no error was aHrimitted en the trial Tin appeal of the leC2oscwas chiefly upon this point Out of Politics Pre We t Taft has lone ow good thing daring his administration and Itkacta fw days ago placing all MiWnt masters o the sooud e1ui m JentitdlurnlcrC UScr eewill lif felt right here in ont rIJC 6tig9i ta KM I H in tin fce fur ilw past nine yerst is thapoe lkeetL ha has occupied the po H4o j at Mill nnt to PuKtMitster Vlfeoe for nrilleandit eellicLinat liB rott nd in tins service Bii y friends Will Ml Kttkion Iron DOW w by polhks lie eMit mvnd witbottt e4larfe that wiMt U nihttantiatriV lo t roaster GeM HHclkxx says he will reoomrneud that sit 8soodsod Third claw iostssUjt Uadsr Clfil Service atao If t b WM done PoaiIIIWajJac would bold onfand his legion of friends would 6e very glad of such a thing tile post oflM should bs taken oat of poiltikM fttJ 1ef J MLJ t r Kritfthis Tempbrs On awl Tttureday erentat IUohMODd Ca nderyNo 1K T wOl confer the Tmplar agrees on OM candidate A fuM attendance is requested The efWring ef degrees last Tuesday even lug was followed by delightful lunch Only One Mr John IL Edwards resident of Laurel street kas the isoner of belo the only registered rohibUioriUl in tJt citys registration his name is liste j in the CityYUail precinct Mr Villia Wines also has JHe honor of being fjjjjj only Populist to register lie Hall from the Normal precinct Chenault Place Sold J 0 Oidham Hie well known stock- man purchased last Wednesday at public auction the beautiful home place of the late Dr David Bennett situated about a mile cast of the city on the Irvine pike for 38250 Mr Oidham resides at Brassfield this county In the place there is about 30 acres and the price paid shows what great demand there is for such hones as this especially in Madison county Seeing Whos Good The semiannuil inspection of tho financial standing of the business men of Madison county was made last week by a representative E 0 Dunn Co of New York tho well known bankers and brokers and loading com mercial raters of the country The financial standing of each business man ih the county is carefully listed so as to give tmlside dealers an insight as to jrisl how to extend credit Special agent Sullivan for the company who was here last week said that the mer chants of Madison had excellent rating Stays at Home Gel Joe Wagers was in the city Court tInt although he is probably the only man in Madison county who really hales to come to town no matter what the occasion lie has been living at tho same place near Waco since ho saw tho light of day fiftyfour years ago and declares that during all this time ho has not been away from home for more than two weeks IIta time Although defeated at the last democratic primary for jailer hesays ho is going to try tho boys again and his announcement is expected within a few days Be Careful Richmond and Madison county people who have been taking in tho Trots at Lexington should bear in mind that every dollar spent in that city for merchandise that could have been procured hero is a thrust in tho side of the business interests of Richmond Richmond is now at the top of all fourth class towns in the state in a business way and leads many of the third class cities by a big margin but the advent of the auto and tho placing of more trains in service should not be the cause of money being spent in Lexington Louisville or Cincinnati New Profession Dr D F Wallace brother of Rich monds popular postmaster C C Wallace and who has been connected with tho department hero for some time was admitted to the bar last week at Boatlyvillo having stood a very excellent examination before Judge Rcdwino and other learned lawyers Mr Wallace has been reading law fur the past two or three years during his spare moments and from all reports ho has acquired a splendid knowledge of the law lIe was formerly of Estill county and his many friends there will be glad to learn of his success Marry Here John W Stapp and Delia Mae Har gell both of Oreensburg Ind were married hero last Wednesday in the parlors of tho Glyndon by Rev 0 C Stocker a minister of Nowby this county Tile groom is a prominent farmer of that section of the Hoosier stato Ho was coming to this county for a visit to relatives and persuaded his brido to accompany him as there would be rib better timo to celebrate tho event Miss Hargett consented and immediately on arriving in Richmond Rev Stocker was notified and the happy courtship was ended After a visit luro they will return to their Indiana home Prizes Awarded The Ladies of the Pattie A Clay Infirmary realized a nie sum on tho gucssingcoatest condujloi last week rim handsome brass bed was won by Mr Kit Cluniult who resides on the Irvine pike Ho guessed within ono of the number of grains on the three ears of corn There were 10S1 and his num her was 10SO There wero seeds in thin pumpkin and the guess of John Gibson colored won tho chafing dish offered in this contest In the clock contest Susan Shearers guess was nearest tho number of bean in tho jar which was 1121 and site won Iho clock The committee composed of Elmer Doatliorngc Nick Harbor Webber Hamilton and R C Lackey completed the count lust Tuesday and announced the winners t Golden Coming Roy Golden is determined te make his mark in the big league During the past month theSt Louis club has put him in repeatedly against the best clubs of the big league anti he has shown rare form considering it is his first time in fast company He had the honor last Wednesday of defeating the strong Pillsburg team and allowed them but threo hits in the nine innings He also struck out nine men and won the game by a two bagger at a eritiml tie IisJ gion of Richmond friends whOre he played with the Bluegrass league for the past two seasons are mere HIHH anxkms that he ViII become aChristyMatthewsoB or Miner Brown IN a short ttnp Bi Time Tit that and only real dove shoot of the season for the bent gunners leek j taM Tuesday aMernoon gf tort week on thefarmoCAeIll1S CbeaauK aboutlive miles front the city on the IIIIir thUpke IJtWe wwe pJeaiy ef birds and the sport WM fine About thiriy shooters look adrahtege of the opening of thetoW wu hunters and went out early The average amotfttt iod bjro ch wa prolmWy ten iaklnptalofS Uin A MMMN irJrAIt =at wo MIlk Iaboui 1OO used Mdl ds pdo Ut Wpw hundred UM e der can rnuMy Me hojrnore than 181 U arwMwi was 4o1Wa3Y Phi shoot WM tun nc 4hsrge as th of plouu ysrs in polt or Llend ocer qtVar1t Pllr lt1be well kamm VIp hot Ww nt anl bafgwl twfMf gp 1JIrv ChOWOl M JwUs1J1I tt I 6it e Proh t y u M e rattler ever Miured in lh Kentucky HwMiaiM yrH blOllgtlo kWrtsond test week by a pnUeIMB wtHig veklsltaliut as Itlt anti claimed he was from Lee- cogftty nears Bsttyvill The reptile if a VICIOUS looking speeineA of thee abo and Measures a liUle ever three i el It has thirteen rattles which in dicAtes that mafly y rsor ItCeMr feone Mason the commission MerOMftt- plrcJuKo4 the snake and will wl 1tat fle Zoological Gardens at Cincinnati r send illo the gardens al Now York On account of its age he should realiie a big price It lids attracted nsO attention in the window at the Majfy store pqHain street Mr Smith jjr captured the reptile said it pOt fff F fierce fight and several times mip v near striking him baorek iiuld get its neck under a pronged stick Is She Here Rev David H Scanlap pastor of the Richmond Presbyterian church Is just in receipt of a most perplexing letter from Los Angeles CaL which he says he will be unable to answer although ho would Very much like to accommo date the writer The letter is address ed to the Pastor of the Presbyterian Church Richmond Ky and is signed by Charles Cullora with street address In il he asks the minister to give him the name of somiug lady of this city between theageet4heen and twentyfour who would Ie a polite and cultured correspondence with matrimony as tho end sought for Rev Scanlan has given the letter to a close friend and asked that he try and com ply with the wishes of the Los Angeles gentleman Any lady in Richmond or Madison county who mightbe Interest ed can set tho address from the Minister Lecture Course The many citizens of Richmond who are interested making tbo town all that any town of its size can bo jilts education al and cultural opportunities will bo interested to know of the epgagemont of a firstclass course 0f musical evenings in connection with tho State Normal School Tho course begins Nov 10 andruns till April Lecturers from abroad at the Normal oven though of national reputation have not always mot with the expected welcome from the townspeople largely no doubt because there was nt regular course an nounced and tho public was not duly informed But tho forces which make for a more frequent enjoyment and a higher appreciation of tho esthetic and intellectual side of life realize that they have in the Normal chool a convenient rallying center if need be Knowing that a good lecture course is an essential to a town which makes any pretensions to cultural tho Wpmans Club and other organizations making for social uplift are heartily cooperating with the School in giving publicity to the course and securing a loyal support of it by the citizens President Crabbes long experience with Chaulauqua management has given him an unusual acquaintance with tho field of available talent Tho performance of tho Coburn Players hero in July was convincing evidence that what is offered tho public under the auspices of the Normal School will be tho equal of tho best that can bo had anywhere The course as ar ranged for this year comprises throe of the best concert companies in America with musicians of worldwide reputa ion an evening of dramatic readings an art evening a lecture from exGov Iloch of Kansas and various other features No attempt is being made to clear money but only to cover tho expense of tho course So the price will bo put at a figure which represents tho actual cost Tho aim is not only to furnish an opportunity for esthetic de velopment to tho student body but also to bring about a closer union between the Normal School and tho public of Richmond in the effort for increasing the cultural advantages ford the entire community Why Hesitate An Offer That Involves No Risk For Those Who Accept It We are so positvo our remedy will completely relieve constipation no matter how chronic it may be that wo offer to furnish it free of all cost if it failsConstipation is caused by weakness of the nerves and muscles of tho large intestines or descending colon To expect a cure you must therefore tone up and strengthen those organs and restore them to healthier activity We want you to try Rexall Orderlies on our guarantee They aro eaten like candy and are particularly ideal for children They act directly on tho nerves and muscles of the bowels They have a neutral action on the other organs or glands They do not purge or cause any inconvenience whatever They will positively overcome chronic or habitual constipation and the myriads of associate or dependent chronic ailments Try RemIt Orderlies at our risk Two sizes lOc and 25c Sold only at our store Tho Rexall store Give DAVE FREEMAN- A Share of Your Fire Insurance Business- He Will Appreciate it lie represents the Best Fire Insurance Companies in the business and guaran tees satisfaction PO You ead r The Blue Grass Farmer Edition Lexington This k the regular Meaday morning MwsahioROOfItal- nkiciUoR aix pafe devoted to general farM news ad news pertaining to Ihe farming inter est of the Blue Grass Metiea of Kstrtaeky 1AXJsi late 12 More ihwi fourtMa nioitUu at a good news and farm pep ti ootn blued for UM above Hull o gotLThe Lexington Herald t o it 30 II DaysTrial Our enthmJasm concerniBg The FREE Sewing Machine is so great thatwe are absolutely certain that if you once have it in your own home will never think of owning any otherthat if you once fipd but the convenienCe of its scores of 20th Century nn pfavenieHts then the time for you to thinkof possessing any sewing machine but iWe FREE your Home will have goRe forever For that reason we pro I Ipose that you try The Free firJO day We want you to keep in your hometo sew on it with ittoany test sewing machine you knew of CompareIt anyway you chooseto Unlet are fully atisfiedsrr than satisfied decision you and then refund au han paid send it back to uit wilt not cot you a centwe will you on it will show vou that all other30for daysactual testluchWe know that an behind the time ugly and fullof out of date ICwing machines Side are thirty with ita beautiful French Leg design the old style imperfection Relic of the Revolutionary Wnlook like a To make it still easier for you to find all this out we will sell you The FREE on your own terms and on payments as low as 100 A Week u TheLl price of the machine w2rratedwhen we do not we dare tell to you publish because same breath it itothltit low is that the 7OU WUUIU u 00 Lightest Running Sewing Machine jn the world The Fastest Sewing Machine in the World The Most Beautiful Sewing Machine in the World The in in the That it has all the good p6ints ever known to sewing machines inai u BU eliminated III the points and that it hu a score of special improvement besidelIn order to of the remarkably low price we want you to come to the Stoic and first allow us to show you its many points of superiority Come Tomorrow and See IS FREE y and take jt home for a trial Luman Higgins Furniture Carpets Stoves Opp Hotel Glyndon West Main Street JS I3 WAI1FLadies ReadytoWear Goods Second Street Richmond Ky A tonic Ifeat teviffarates fcefh GliJ aaftyewf For weak nervous J men EverybotdtfleelL It TODAY DRJTIOAGSSTOCKTONSON If of we wont have to tell you how choice ours are wnen you see it wokat those saddles of choice Jamb and mutton You never saw finer But good as they look they are even better tasting Try one for Sunday dinner Finer meat never crossed sour lips and never will Save you one How heavy do you want it In Most Perfect Stitching Machine the World The Most durable Sewing Machine World L learn If you are going to sell out Tnd want your goods to bring iu they are worth get I W ShearerJt White Hall Ky con luct your sale His narges are You AreA Judge Meats anything Certainly reasonable C C CULTONSuccessor to Douglas Culton 231 WEST MAIN STREET TELEPHONE GROCERIES = IsOur Specialty r Get our pricno trouble to show yOUr goods Highest cash price paid tort Countrv Produce Ti i L lVterTelep Sewell McKinney 40442 North Street g A Depositor afc the State Bank Trust Coat many dvtag beiIN- ohls mey B p ueiL drafts rn for llllll boi on acceptabto autarky nHottttwbn for any acIvof a feMC nl You win be mtiUed t thm hj Mbelargeersfl State Bank Trust Company n r fiftda a L c 1 Ky J BOldest Established Tailoring House in Richmond The Great 1 12 and 4 It be your to see an COY Agent z New Quarters = 4 We are established in our new quarters in the old Cit Hall building andfare prepared than ever to care fory rskiiis Brmghis your Furs and c and Vegetables in season hurtnan Grocery Company We are showing the Very Latest Things iii Ldies9 c 7 Ready Business Wo have received our fresh new stock of and Groceries art ztisM a iavitatkmi lep cI4 W Iftabo- ha daily FJtISH VEGETABLB8 In fa aywythiaf to be 1ud t a first class froowy Oallahd inspeci ourgoods d wi ae oe UUeoi you will give us a sharp oljun ionium tackeu Todd TeiepIzi House Building r r Sterling Clothes ARE THE BEST CLOTHES Tailored Ready to Wear r Guaranteed not to Shrink or Fade 50 years experience the factory in sizes from smallest boy to largest pan Newest stock in to select from Fine Line New Style Hatsand Furnishing Goods Suit Cases Trunks Umbrellas etc at lowest prices for high class goods StoufferClothing and REO CarTHE BEST MADE Cylinders wiII to advantage me before purchasing automobile J T KIRKSVILLE better Hides Iion FreshGr ries 7 YoWejr J B WALKER for Staple Fancy cordial Opera Bench guarantee iuitstall city KENTUCKY CVHITE9S Oream Verrnifff THE GUARANtEED WURMR THE CHILDRENS FAVORITE T or IMITATIONS THt oLnumrpacrAnzo OHIY lallardSnov Liniment Cc a nn n Sold by HENRY L PERRY J Is FERRIELL Real Estate Agent Oldham BuUdi- ngRichmond Ky R Emmett Million Successor to ilurzm l en- nrDENTIST Over State Bank Trust Company TELEPHONE 296 A SDIjIjj VAN7r ATTOKNBYATLA HlOHMOND KENTUCKY o opitorryM Blanton JY DENTIST IuhaingtaD1y lM Dr Robt C Boggs Dentist Telephonj267 Office in Oldham Building You can buy almost any kind ot Automobile youTvaht cheap and on easy terms from R ABARLOW fAg nf Awt9moia CleariBg House Chicago Ask him about The gecsteenan525tf DrCH MamhartOrada- RteMcKIlHppVe4 ilsatj t Hep O IU SurgeonOthi OePhoWRev f Riehmoud Ky Ita jooi7knvit wattlirymi have a In to Wglii nkiittiusuno Bf Know W wrH tfce to yoU etc trt fianH B ek c tf1ipor wtxat emp JiIt A tfM tlM P wrk shut a 4 duo drill opm 1IIMiiB B Shaekeiftvi 41Co r JfJrVlMiirJKVBarnam itac added to ttt Mi Inraiance OompiutJet Xto fltaay Clay Tire larorane Co a Ken tMi9l aompany with 1000000 capital Md4III Support OM ie H Uoa Md4po1loyatbii MW CWM aW Tile Richmaiid Climax flMMM EHOtrVHMfMH H TIlEGUIAXPRINTlNGto Tnvrportod i D MILLER EDIf JkteF kOskY IIIMAtIMTIH d 4Z tmi MHWCT miWEW tEMWE s ICi Qo iER YAx INA1VANCE- WEDNESDAY OCT 12 1BIO Democratic Ticket FOR COKORBBS lION HARVEY HEM Of Lincoln 9Inty- AunouHce1nets FOR SHERIFF We are niiilinrizcd nnnnuncc IJLMER DRATHKKAGK a candidate for Sheriff of Mnillwm county subject to the action of Democratic party EisALDWINtheDemocraticWe nrc authorized to announce N B JONES a candidate for Sheriff of Hmlison county subject to the action of the Demo cratic party SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT IJENJANINperiatcntlent Public Scliooln of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party JAILERWe ceNORGAN TAYLOR candidate for Jailerof Madison county subject to the action of the Demo erotic party FOR ASSESSOR FJARMANtheDemocraticFOR COUNTY CLERK We are authorized to announce LaRuc C ofNadlsonDemocratic party Registration Tuesday was a quiet day politically although the regu lar time for regular registration On account of the races at Lexington there were many out of town and these will be compelled to show their ab sence from the cityatthe sup plemental registration on Thursday Friday andSatur day before the November election Or if anyone can prove that he was unable to reach the registration booth on account of illness he cah have his name listed by the county clerk The result Tuesday was Dem Court House 195 City Hall 90 Francis 121 Normal 128 total 534 Rep Court House 82 City Hall 143 Francis 168 Normal 91 total 484 Ind Court House G City Hall 5 Francis 9 Normal 6 total 26- Prohib CourtHouse 1 Pop Normal 1 These figeres show a dem ocaatic majority of 50 but the Supplementary registration will run it up many more The figures last year after the supplementary were as follows City Hall Bern 114 Rep 149 Iud 7 Court House Dem 247 I Rep 102 Ind 9 Francis Oem 166 Rep 167 Ind 8 Normal Dem 182 Rep 89 Ind 6 The majority last year was 209 Democratic which is 159 short so far bui this number will be greatly overcome at the supplementary n u un n fish Dinner Col Dillard Hill who re sides in the bend of the river near Lock No 11 and who is one of the jurors at the pres ent term of the circuit court entertained number of his friends with a delightful fish dinner last Wednesday at Riccis popular restaurant Mr lull brought with him last Tuesday when he arrived in the city for jury service a fine string or fish which he caught at the locks using to bacco worms for bait Torn places in the mouths of the fish attested the presence of the fish hook a short time before and all opinions formed on presumptive evidence im mediately vanished Mr Hills guests were Hon J M Benton B A Crutcher Roy White R B Terrell len flings Maupin H C Rice JamesWoodsWagersJSP ushrAR BurnainJi and BF Boffgs Land Transfers The followinglaad transfers were recorded in the County Clerks oSee l8L week Aba Poweirto Reed HsweK wood 106 acre for 81000 Gabrel Foley Irvine Good rich 1 acre for 10 00 laura Winkler toMfrefi Hurley 2 acres for 2500 obnW ItStivert Ia 100 acres for lySOQOQf Rufui Shearer to Wu Triable 200 acres for 500000 WlVIWj to Robert thug lQ interest in 130 acres for EOQtX Lucuen Grigga to Gee Cornelison 83 i5 acres for 171072 Ben Polay to Irvine Goodrich 1 ION tor 100 V Everybody Pleased The articles privet lUik fomers by Lackey Jfc Cotter on October 1tits explained in their adverlimeal since last JanurVj was satisfactor ily cit rmiwd and awarded In their office last Saturday October 1st under the man agementof a reputable and competent committee com posed of Esquire Collins Coy W A Langford John VV Hisle rte C OJdham E H Bi bee with Jdsse ob basI evelylticket every customer having a paid up account for eVery 1000 worth of businesswith Lackey Colyeiv Under the man agement of this committee the blind gentleman Charley Sharpe did the drawing with perfect fairness to every holder of a ticket The first ticket drawn was that of Wal ter Parks who resides on the Jacks creek pike which just ly awarded him a handsome buggy The second ticket in like manner drawn awarded the handsome set of harness to J W Adams of near Berea We are glad to note that every person present was glad to endorse the unques tioned fairness of the draw ing Neither of the winners of these valuable presents like all others could realize that they would ever be so fortunate as to be the iolder Of a ticket representing Mtffi handsome and expensiy fresents There was nothing stated in Lackey c Colyers advertise ment that was not made good The buggy was of a superior finish and material handsome and desirable The harness considered by all good judges to be the finest and most up todate high class harness that has been seen in Rich mond in years These expen sive giveaway goods are for the purpose of advertising the extensive business of Lackey convinclingestgrade of vehicles finest line of harness thealSlestand most satisfactory mechanics that money can employ are all offered to the trade at the most reasonable prices Our heavy line of buggies road wagons spring wagon phaetons surreys and traps will be offered at greatly re duced prices in order to pre vent carrying them through the winter Remember we handle and control alt the high grade vehicles and can fur nish you cheap top buggies from 4000 to 9000 and the highest grade from 10000 to 25000 owing to finish All repairing to machinery farm implements etc executed in winter season extremely cheap by Lackey Cptyer Father and Son ExSheriff Smith Baugh man of Lincoln county one ofthe most widely known men in theBluegrass and his eight year old son Smith Jr have the honor of being the oldest and the youngest chauffeurs in the stateif not the biggest and the smallest Mr Baugh man although well up in fifty drives an Overland four pas senger car with greatalacrity and he can manipulate the high and low speed withas much precision as the swift est chauffeur He drove a party of friends to Richmond last Mot day to attend court day and inspect the mule mar ket His son Master Smith Baughman is barely eight years old and weighs about 100 pounds but he can handle the big car with as much ease as his daddy over the roads as well as the crowded streets in tie itksMr Baughman is aboUt 250 pounds on the scales The Famous Brnp In the face of very light r cetpfe in praoUailly all lead QimarkcsoI the country bog prices were on the to boggan this week This is attributable to packers hold iag Ofto the big decline m theplice of corn and to the opinion that a big crop of hogs is beingJattened for the market and Unit receipts will begin toshow big increase in a few weeks At present prices for corn there is a big profit in feeding hogs for market It appears that the high prices of the past year have restricted consumption of hog products materially Long Tom Chenault sold last week 175 acres of the Parrish estate at Red House to James McKinnoy for 1550 per acre and also a tract off the same estate consisting of 170 acres for 25 per acro to Al Williams In Memoriam On Tuesday morning at 9 oclock the death angelspread its sabel wings over Panola and took from our midst Mrs Bettie Patrick Her death has cast a shadow of sorrow over relatives and friends In her death wehave lost one of our brightest jewels Noone ever crowded more sunshine and gladness more love and devotion more sympathy and grace Every day and every ofIIher It is hard to realize the sad tiuith that death has claim her After three weektOf intense suffering she was laid to rest Wednesday afternoon Sept 28th in the family graveyard near her homejShe leaves four sons andtjyd daughters all of Hamilton Ohio They have many friends who extend to them deep sympathy in the death of their beloved mother A Friend Catarrh Sufferers Good Thing to Know If you now own a Ilyomei hard rubber inhaler 1J li JJiddeltou wants you to know that he will sell you a bottle of UYOJIEl for only 50 coats Remember this all who suffer with catarrh a bottle of IIYOMEI pronounce it ugh ome is put up in a sep arab package and sold for 50 cents to accommodate the vast army of people who already own a Hyomci inhaler B L Jliddclton will sell it to you at that price and give you the opportunity to begin at once to rid yourself of vile catarrh and the snullling hawking and spitting that go with IL Many people through years of neglect have let catarrh get a strong hold upon matter how chronic your catarrhal troubles IIYOilEI is guaranteed to cure them if you give it half a chance Just breathe it thats all and its ing soothing antiseptic properties will make you feel better in a day If you own an inhaler got a 50 cent bottlo of IIYOMEI today If you do not own a Ilyomei inhaler ask Cora 100 outfit which includes inhaler Hot Finish The Richmond ba e ball fans are very much interested in the fight which has just closed in the South Eastern Kentucky League in which Middlesboro Pineville Cor bin and Straight Creek were the towns participating Sev eral players on the Richmond team joined that league after the season here closed and every town in the Rluegrass league was wellrepresented by many of its 1910 players Middlesboro and Pineville tied for first honors each winning 23 games and losing 16 So intense was the rival ry during the closing days of the season that players from Knoxville Louisville Chatta nooga and Cincinnati as well as the Bluegrass league were secured Corbin won 21 games and lost 18 andStraight Creek won Hand lost 28 finishing ill the order named Bothof the leaders are in the same county but there has always beItween Is the Lamp of Real Beauty because it giVes the best light of all lamps The Rayo a white soft diffused light easy on the eye because it cannot flicker You cm use your eyeasilong as you wish under the Kayo nghtWit t strain The Ryo Lamp is lpwpricedf and even though YotlpaY5 10 oc20 for umaYletmorecxpeusiYCtdecoradonsbutyouc tight than the lowpriced Rayo gives A shagehoJderooldthedeon new burner adds strength and appearance Once Rayo User Always One R 1J r VvI fI l JWI MftI fw ctraJar to tin marts ogtncy yj lilt tndar4 OU Company 1ejth I An QfrerThatInvolvHNoRiKFor 0 Accept It eare serositVOIi1 remedy will oomptetely relieve eonit patten no matter how ekronie it may be that we offer to furnish it free of all c6tiflL falk Ceaetipatien is caused by weakness ef the nerves and muscles of the large 1IMICtand atroogthen those organs Bad restore them to healthier activity We want you to try Rexall Orderlies on our Guarantee They are eaten like candy and are particularly ideal for children They act directly On nerves and muscles of the bowels theIhave a neutral action oa the organs or glands They do not purge or cause any inconvenience whatever They will positively overcome chronic or habitual constipation and the myriads of associate or dependent chronic ail meats Try Rexall Orderlies at risk Two sixes lOc and 25c ourI only at our storeThe Ilezall Must Wait a Week Kentucky school teachers will not get their first install meat of pay on when it was due but wlllgetI it on the 15th Warrants for the money went out Tuesday from the Superintendent Public Instruction to the Auditor thence to the Treasurer It will be a week or two after the 15th before theI city teachers will get their moneyThe treasurers monthly balance sheet shows 435409 00 in the treasury There will te due the country teach ers 40500000 and to city teachei j about 10000000 Treasurer Farley says he will draw the country checks on October 10 without fail What Cures Eczema- We have had so many inquiries lately regarding Eczema and other skin diseases that we are glad to make our answer public After careful investiga tion wo have found that a single wash of Oil of Wintergreen as compounded in D D D can be relied upon We would not make this statement to our patrons friends and neighbors unless wo were sure of itnd although there are many socalled Eczema remedies sold wo ourselves unhesitatingly recom mend D D D Prescription Because We know that it gives instant relief to that torturing itch Because D D D starts the cure at the foundation of the trouble ecauseIL cleanses soothes and heals the skin- BecauseIt enables Nature to repair the ravages of disease Because The records of ten years of complete cures of thousands of the most serious cases show that D D D is today recognized as the absolutely reliable Eczema Cure Drop into our store today just to talk over your case with us Stockton Son Richmond Ky Coal Feed Shingles Etc Buying Coal is like buying anything else The purchaser is ALWAYS bet ter satisfied when ho KNOWS ho has the BEST Thais the way about buying your WINTER CoalGoal is what wo must all have during the winter season and we dp not want the TROUBLE of BREAKING and CARRYING out a lot of CLINKERS and ASHES before we build our fires Just what we are compelled to do if wo buy poor slow burning cheap coals Buy the BEST I Such as Rex Red Ash Jellico and Straight Creek purchaserIsfrom us Satisfaction guara- nteedMIOUCHBY SON We also have a few thousand Poplar Shingles for you ASPEN AVENUE Phone J84 Public SaleOF LAND As executors of Curtis F Burnam de ceased we will offer for leat public allctiooa tract ot about 180 acres of land located on the waters of DfOWBiB Creek in Esiill county The lst4Is one mite from Panels a station enthiARRaadfronts on the Paoota arid Looitst Branch Road and Carrs Mill Road and is about 13 miles frem Richmond and about 9 miles frew Iryine ItisboiwdecLon tke North by he kad of Robert Lakes and O Ct Chrr ill the south byj G Benge and K HlfeM OR the eMt by Btee XaBd Ttos XiiMIre4HQ o the west by Re b ert Lakes The se wiH take ptece on the prenites begifmiw at UeoIeck ea Saturday Oct 29 19 10- aad posiMitoawitt hgiyftotl UM 1st day afjMwry Mil Terms it saK Tke land will be seM ltUt following ersdite O third Juimry 1911 otn Uiifd JamiMry 1 iis done bin iMwry 1 tttt th Ml tw payaeals totwir iatnM at the rate of sIr pernIIIt par imnmn frna January 191L and Mre te jbe jwMiKed by lien reeerved in deed Tb pwrofawer I JOod1HelUitmi M which time deed will W seand ffUMMlBB given Tbk It a pod farm well watered awl dlilJud Ii ARTSBjmmcO l 4 Rurit1 Telephones Mr Farmer Make yonr hoses modem for your family as a sky- deneeand ref place yourself in position to net the latest market qHotmfen a any time This can be omptiahedby means of otir telephone service whtei you anti yenrneihboreangetforannrn that Is small compared with the bone toheadqlurtertNM4Idllerate If at are not e telephone service we taa MfeaiaeippLouisiana EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE CO Incorporated n ppC p p I I sSass p p e GoodTlilngstoEatfliata I 6 afiUplc like sugar or a fancy table dell Icacy Sad Ifla quality imported absolutely cheese Eery product that dependableImust auad Bach article is chosen brands offend because has provei1Iits superior t Each brand competes for and none a place on our shelves if it falls to measure up to our highIstandard of quality One of the recent successful ants for representation in our contestIELECT N I COFFEE a= smooth and dainty blend flf selected highland grown beans lha kfiukefi ctoiccil The Electa process of lowcooklng and drycurias preserves the genuine coffeeIflaror improrcs In using Electa Coffee ate ante oftthe finest qualitya satisfaction that IthanothercolreesIt with everCompare any before Youll like the rousing drankIsad the glorious a- romaTateand SonI Telephone 35 L I pp ppppp ppsppeppeppp p sp Jas B Parke Handles Only the Best in Groceries Fruits Vegetablesi As he sells for CASH ONLY his customers get the benefit of the lowest prices possibie A Trial Order Will Convince You JAMES B PARKE CASH STORE Staple and Fancy Groceries Phone 624 FIRST STREET t h TTh I FOR SALE I A handsome bran new residence on avenueone of the most beautiful mond Ky and contains 3 rooms and WoodlandI and 4 rooms hall kitchen pantry front porch a splendid cellar with concrete drained good coal house stable and other out buildings All the woodwork on interior of house is finished in natural wood and rooms are hand somely papered For particulars call on W U LEEDSA- T THE SAME PLACE WOODLAND AVENUE RICHMOND KENTUCKY l Artistic Photography Bring in the babies I make a specialty of taking their pictures McGaughey the Photographer NV WH ITEThe Old Reliable Dry Goods Man Late Summer Fabrics are now fill ing our shelves also a complete showing o- fSchool Dress- Materials We carry a full line of Novelties and our Lace and Hamburgs are unsurpassed Our cash system of doing business enables us to give our custom- ersEspeially Low Prices We are always glad to have you call and inspect our goods WHTTPlitMp urn bekw rtrt K Ci1- ll I Ii1 jiw 1 Jl 1- pc1eanA SWeep L r J II lll L m If you anything Ladies and Childrens Shoes- n ankle Come D and tired from overwork need a tonic That feeling of weakness or helplessness will t T leave of itself of Cardui that effectual remedy for ailments and weaknesses of women Thousands of women have use this reliable ofttried medicine I SALE Repectfu- llvI OLDHAM AND COMPANY Worn Women greatbenefit TAKEThe i3 33 Womans Tonic Mrs Ecna Hare of Pierce Fla tried Cardui wrote I a sufferer from sorts of trouble had pain in my side and legs could not sleep had of breath Try trying1rd7ATALL DRUG STORES THIS IS THE PLACE FOR Fresh Oysters i RICCICorner and Second Telephone 3 L1fhe Imperial Double Disc 1A Saved isf a Dollar arMen are Saving Dollars Getting just the right Suit for time of ywSuits too for the balance of the summer and early fall ypull never buy suits again like- thescfor such prices Finish the season looking welldressed and and almost new suit next Spring l5 0 and 1800 Suits t 1275 000 and Suits 1575 t2Sd and 2800 Suits j 1975 3000 and 3500 Suits 1 2575i Ve are still making cut prices in all departments to close up and all spring and summer goods before our fall season begins Our stocks have been replenished with many new novelties and desirable stuff for your outing troussau Goods bought at reduced by us and extremely low prices will be named on them for your benefit need in Mens Lov strap pumps and ribbon ties Call and see u5we have all the new things in novelties neckwear hosiery washfabrics etc You can save money by buying from Us in and get posted Women worn not you You should take Wine the and afterward was all female shortness V Main Dollar this little have 2250 prices RARE CHANCE Big Pay for Solicitors THE CINCINNATI WEEKLY ENQUIRER is offering Five Thou sand Dollars in cash premiums to solicitors in additionto a liberal commission that is more than ample to pay ones expenses besides af fording a living profit while en gaged in the work of soliciting sub scriptions THE WEEKLY ENQUIRER is now atwentyfourpage magazine style paper chuck full of reading most acceptable to any wellordered home Each issue contains a ser mon by Pastor Russell an essay by Dr Madison C Peters a serial and short stories natural history gen eral news and special record of political and national affairs that are of interest to all people cut patterns for ladies and youths and miscellaneous matter all of high moral in fluence also marketreports from all commercial centers and veterinary columns The editors aim being to present the reader with an exceptionally good family journal of superior merit free from all matters an tagonizemorality justice and truth To ciiculate such a paper all wellmeaning persons can benefit their community and add their mite in the uplifting of civic and political thought and action Any person lady or gentleman with leisurehours desirous of doing a good turn for the community at the same time earning fanpayment should apply at once for particulars by writing THEENQUIRER Cincinnati 0 FoQnd Gentlemans valcli and chain Call on L M Scrivncr Smoke a Gov McCroary cigar and bo In thopush its oeRant Only Sets Monnd City Paints may cost a trifle more but Stockton son 24n1y EOT Sale 1 I have soyJral gXd fiuilduig lots fr sale located on Lancaster and lirocl Axe liocation draia c cot tiiover best Mst acsirafilofor apartm 1f house or livintycsidence Any tno in teroitcd in purcliiso plcaso call pn the ownerilrs n 31 Kright or herioDj Iir Bright tf HARROWIn the illustration below tho Double Disc is shown in the position of turning Nototho action of Uib Flexible Jointed Frame Connection which permits the Ilarrow to turn practically on ils own ground Tho blades do not track at any time there is na interference ofparts and tho turn is mado without extra exertion from either driver or team There is no strain on any part of the Ilarrow and tho ground is wonted just the same as when going straight ahead The Flexible Frame is a very important in fact indispensable feature No q Double Disc harrow can be conveniently handled or made to do satisfactory work without it A rijjid frame would cause a severe twisting strain In turning and leave a series of holes and ridges at the turning points ff The rniporIa Double lIarrowrequ o i bi ifY or exertion Iliati a oii4 irro r t It is staple in construction and easy to handle afM1 can be used wherever single llarow eibuiisd J is rj f Made itk4 5 0 and foot sizes suitable for 2n ol horscs Jttig moderate In cost beteg MMWTrIIWjess tk H p ilie vwstxrf two single Harrows But prlcoVshouM tOol le the prime cgnsklwation XMe YaM epei4y should come first The qubsiion should bwilithe Ilarfow Ao nougU WtW r work aH wort to it v iko itagood investment It certainly will la iuallly rwer3t Better pwtvwiziiif psSupi J it kit worth xllU costs and more In capacity is ise tllalol two slagte Harrows olr Hx wiith In tb wtttg of time kbor udhorseswilleMity1or illiltiiMAifW oMOa r AH vh we cbilm for the Imperial Harrow mguarMt it Vo prfoBi Its We JWW It qMk ictblp4Irt 15eCJhl tllo lJet1ae aMUl Douglas SirnmonzDeatherage It i O nd 4 i jNtJSs Syerers from indigestion are wak peppermintIOtelifes resarc only makeshifts ia tfce cure asclIroaJcbutwhickworkDOrmallyand tethecunofbreath and yet a remedy that eely eon owreperuianenuy 11fiTaulremeits makxativaural Ingredient for the cure efCOlJ eevertOftHlchstrengthenand naturallyFaRnteStuarttaIiRton BlaekbunlMo convincedonlytemporary bottlewho forwards name and address Later thefreeonedollarpleasedto tothetree of charge Explain your case In a detaILFororotherwiseCaldWe1Ln500Cald1wel1 iiHW HHmwroiifitiv H gFarm News IlcmsollntercstboTheFar J mcr the Grower and the Stockman MM HH Mr George Hume has a filly by Jay McGregor that he is expecting great things from She can show a 220 gait on the pike with ease 38 Attorney GeneraKBreathitt has rendered an opinion that sheep that have not been ex posed to infection from scab bies need not be dipped unless owners choose and that the county Live Stock inspector cannot require it to be done 230 head of cattle were shipped in September from Millersburg to Eastern mar ket by Fox Caywood The cattle averaged about 1480 lbs and brought 7 cents per pound In Scott county at the sale of F M Browning near Longlick a good crowd was present Corn broughtS390 stock hogs lOc per pound aged sheep 5 to 530 per hundred 63 spring lambs at J505 per hundred spring calves S22 to 2350 yearling mules 115 work mules 305 to S3U5 per pair brood mare 140 filly oltSj aged family horse 9G H C Allen Son of Georgetown shipped tp Cin cinnati On Wednesday 242 hogs averaging about 200 pounds 166 head toppedthe market at 910 per cwt the Others brought 9 and a Jitlle under The lot brought 4108 This Js the larieS sale of the seaman at Cine nati as was ajfeuhch he sold last year v v Long Tpui OhQuault soldln fhie auclcling mi3letO- ReehJ Jir pi London court day for U Reems purchased a critIbadt good prices an- diitlly the only buyer jiere Who paid the price asked foriby theowuors r =H Go Farris who is a fan cierof the TiijirvvOrth breed of liog hasthree sows that havb raised Vhini forty pgs- LhpiWyear The Tamworth hpg is knbiyn as the bacon nag trFaris also sold to iTohnGopdioe 12 feeders that averaged Sp0 1 bs for 450 per cwt The piiblm received a jlti last Tue sdhyi at Lexington when Colorado E the great hreey earold Ws defeated for first money in the trotting A 50cent bottle of ScottsErnulsion given in halfteaspoon doses four times a day mixed in its bottle will last a yearold baby near lya month and four bottles gver three months and will make the baby strogg anwelland will t j lay th vfotridation for a healtkg rbbwt boy or guyJOIlt tAU t iSe mi tb a4- n4Ck45dcb= i o itItt a Good Lck i jjHUL uk I futurity jrf Grace i afdaughter of PetertheCJPBat and owned by a Cleveland horseman The winner was bred in Kentucky The vic tory was a blow to the Rich mond sportemeBj but Very little money was wagered as the race was thought to be a Walk over for the Macey horse James L Crutcher of this city has purchased one of the best trotting bred horses that has probably ever been Drought to Madison county It is Commodore Onward the sensationally bred colt by Vice Commodore now four years old and a grand looking individual A big price was paid for the horseto Mrs C D Chenault of Lexington The sire of this horse is Vice Commodore he is a son of the Great Bingen the sire of Qhlen and is a grand son of Arion and Nancy Hanks He is sure bred in the purple and the horsemen of this counLy should feel proud to know he is to be brought hereAt Paris last week there was livelv times with the traders and the market was indeed active The following excellent report says Sixty head of workmules were offered in pairs and singly They sold at from 150 OOito 20000 per head and in pairs at from 35000 to 41500 One hundred mule colts were on sale and these met with an active demand selling at from 5000 11500 per head J Hedges Rash sold two mule colts at 10000 per head the purchaser being a Mr Thomas of Plum Lick Clark McClintock bought of T J Harney a mule for 17500 George Current sold to Thomas Henry Clay a mule for 17000 Clarke Mc Clintock bought of different men four mule colts at from 7500 to 10000 per head No Battle were on the mar ketoAt Murphy Com panys stock pens 800 head of stock ewes sold at from 400 to 600 per head the demand being active W G McClintock sold to Samuel Clay twentynine head of 1000 pound feeding cattle for 5 14 cents per pound j 7 cattle to J D Booth at 4200 eachAn active demand prevailed for good driving and work horses Samuel Pack of At lanta Ga bought car load for which he paid from 15000 to 20000 per head pay wood Thomas bought one mule from George Cur lent for 170 00 and one from Holt Danie s for 15750 Thomas McClintock bought one mule from Hub Clifford for 15000 v The public sale of S M Owens hId near leKil1ney m Lincoln countY4 last week was largely attended Quite alot of stock was sold atgood pices Among the numerous sales were the following Pair 4 yearold mAre mules J B Honaker 420 pair 3yearold mare mules J B Hopaker SJ45 4 heiters J O Coulter 4a pound 2 steers J B Hon aker at 475 15yearoldjeu net E P Woodo5 j pair 3yearold horse mules CoR McCormick 30000 yearling mare mule R B iWbQds 15250 J School Music All parents who intend to havp their children take piano lessons at the City High School will please notifyMiss Harriet Parrisli nt once As is well known Miss ParrJsh has been engaged by the Board of Education to have charge of tho piano lessons and parents will do well to se0 Miss Parriijh in re gard to this wUrkat their earliest con venience r stf Wash That Itch Away It is wiij there are ctrtain eprju s in EuOpo that give relief aud cure to Eca H a end other skin dlseastH If you knew that bY wswlung in these waters yon conld be relieved from that awful Itch wouUhft you make every effort toliha trip to Europe at once Wotild you not he willing le f peinl your laei ecnt to fiitd the cart Bat you Heed not leave home for theee diBtftut sptiB e Reltef le right here in your own home towjil A simple wrsli of Oil of Wintcrreen Thymol fltd ether Ingredients ae com poawl only in D DDu18erlptiR will bthig iiisteiit retfef te that terttMe bnralsKith md teavellte nkln au smooth avid healthy M tkat of ft eliHd JCH have not already tried it get at hMMt a Wi eeiit bottte tauIsy We as byMOeitotMrs MauJe Jrtackey Walk t r Ftk Ereislfli Parlor Oem lo and have your hair efrieiid in t iatyJe beside eni to order Bfaidb teetered ton r Bkei priov fW jot aII doors bsw i ui etera em sln strs 1 tince3 tto You cannot afford to buy your drill until pod understand the merits of the J wi hoe ted AIM driti D B Uof4 4 Vp 111J tadropfAkdho1 I Doctors prcj Hbevery lfttievff any alcohol thesejdays They preferstrong tonicsandka tires This is sHin keeping with modern medical science It explains why Ayers Sap lyfreedoctor Follow His advice I A WUbn iiflI4b5lnhi r Eermula l1yer ei11w7c Unlesstbercis tion of the bow clsJiHsonousproducts arc absorbed causing sness nausea dyspepsia Wewish you would ask yewe constipationbyxc tytfce 3 C Arer coLoweur Panola Delayed Mr John Carr has arrived home from Manila after an absence of eleven years Wra Shifflet and family of Richmond were here last week to attend the burial of Mrs Bettie Patrick Misses Allie Baber and Ja lina Dunbar of Dbylesville visited friends and relatives here astweek Mrs John Chrisman and daughter Miss Lillie spent the weekend at Silver Creek with Mrs Leslie Chrisman and family Mrs M A Logsden has been quite sick for several days J J Johnson is at home for a shrt stay Brassfield S Delayed Mrs3fi F Broughton of Somerville Ohio has re turned home after a visit to her sisterinlaw Mrs M M Broughton Mrs James Gilbertrof Red House is visiting friends and relatives here Miss Ida Jones who has been ill at Richmoqd with typhoid fever has sufficiefntly recovered to return home Mr and Mrs CB Jones have the sympathy of their many friends over the loss of their infant son aged twelve days Mr N G Todd is repair ing his dwelling house Dr Jl CV Coomer is erect ing a hjtndsonie residence at SpeedwellProtracted meeting is on at the Christian church at Speedwell conducted by Rev An thony Mrs Joseph Crows funeral will be preached at the Baptist church of Eanola see mid Sunday in October by Rev Parson nnRuthton Delayed Mrs Alex Griggs and chil dren have been spending a few weeks with relatives at White Hall Miss Bess Richardson of Peytontown is spending a weekjvvitli Mrs Rice Cruse Mrs Littrel of Indiana has been the guest of her sis teiyMrs Jacob Long Win Robinson of Blooming tonIH has been visiting J A Robinson and Mrs J Mvt Cotton iMiss Nora Cruse has been eldi1ig a few weeks vjth Mrs J L Roulette oii the Lancaster pike Mrs Hen Whi ted is ex Ie ting a iher guests next weekt Mra Enderson Miller andfchildien front Pittsburg Mr and Mrs White and children from I1linoiwb4 have been visiting Mrs JoEh Newton have returned horne They were accompanied home andlBtheir future home inthat state MesdamesJoePatidnFount- aiiV Whittjiker and ChiasY R Agee are happy over thar rival of fine sons born to them in the last few wee- ksPUE3LIC SALE IVo will sell at publi iWat 1Jau on the premises im b Tatec Creek pike 4 miles from KlehsieAd m Saturday Oct J29 1910 the following fo wit 5 mUck sows 8 jerMf hetfen one So year okl stecr 2 yearliey aaiMIe Shi- es1sonadpgs7enntz ywriinx Jacks I roller 1 nower 3 kanow J corn planter 1 eora tdtelter 1 low wheel wagon a otjhlcafcwv aiveril plow KHne farming im owcU- rvf lami oaggy and o M tHa t uworoUs to irwntioB 0 Terms made known ea day of sale Misses Pattie and Annie Dea therase r T1 L1JTs IQ WeWoUki Ask J cIIII 811 PJesed To Receive Your Patronage We have takes aetive ba t if the management of the Rie1IftOlMl8M8 Laundry and are aweh pleased at our incrMcing 5Eyr1 eaMomer- helps some and we weuI4 like to have every ora with st We have no ad yertslngacheme bat will do good work Joryou and to your entire satis ffcClHMt vAswe have BO other bteine- usandxqtnon the outside our living depends oh this and wo have te do 1 rkWe have a Dry Cleaning detnrent in connection with the lauwijy where especial attention is givenwc k forth ladies Call for ul ISTl ine street or ring 52 Work called forftad delivered free Respectfully yprsi ames W and Lucy Lackey Moore t fta Bad Way Many a RichmCnd Reader Will Feel Grateful frThis Information Whoa your back gives out hiecomrs lame weak or aching When urinary troubles set in Your kidneys are in a bad way Doaua Kidney PiPs will cure you Here is good evidence to prove it II C Greenwado blacksmith 25 Queen St Mt Serliug Ky says J attribute mv kidney tioablo iothe constant strain required in my work as a blackFmlth While I was never in such a condition that I was not able to work nevertheless I was in misery I also had severe attacks of lumbago which sometimes lasted for weeks and made my life a burden I am pleased to sty that Doans Kidney Pills gave me prompt reie from the last attack and since using them I have had no recnrance I ninpleateJ to recommend this remedy to other sufferers from kidney complaint For pale by all dealer Price 50 cfinte KrserMilburit Co Unifalo New Yo k sole agents for the United States Remember the name Doana and take no other Everybody is calling for Gov Mc Creary cigar the best ever placed on the market Found On Fourth street gold cross and chain Owner can have same by paying advertising charges Money to Loan on Good Farm- Lands Tho Northwestern Mutual Lila In surance do will loan money atG per cent interest on good improved farm lands on Mortgage Apply to J C Chenanlt Atty C9f RichmouduKy AH My Pimples Gone Girl Tells How a Blotcby Skin WasClennsedbyaSampleVasb I was ashamed of my face writes Miss Minnie Pickard of Altamaifaw N C It was all full of pimples and scars but after using D D D Proscription I can say that now there is no sign of that Eczema and that was three years ago D D D has become so famous as a cure and instant relief in Eczema and all other serious skin diseases that its value issometimes overlooked in clearing up rash pimples black heads and all other minor forms of skin impurities The fact is that while D D D is so penetrating that it strikes to the yejry root of Eczema or any other serious trouble tho soothing Oil of Wiqtergreeh Thymol and other in- gredIents are so carefully compounded there is no wash for the skin made that can compare with this great household remedy for every kind of skin trouble- D D D is pleasant louse perfectly harmless to the most delicate skin and absolutely reliable A 25 cent bottle will give you positive proof of the wonderful effectiveness of this tcrnedySf uckton Son RiclimondKy geoDOTZ SURVEYOR sol1 ago of those its patron needing ser viccsof competent man Address KiHMOND KENTUCKY James Hunley Will buy or sellyour house farm town lots or any thing else in the Real Estate line Any business intrusted to him will be promptly and carefully attended to See him if his services are need cdSTHE CHURCH SUPPER Dink doog I said the big charch bell UA supper tonight and tkiags to se- llDIagonIoc1are i TpetryitirIve fee wa at donated focScch a thing Bet oh my I How sweetthat smells rwlskthat ce4fee woie oodfoT b I Far at very pull tkrs stea gave The boil swung out above the fvnAad at evTyswIBg he got the setsi Aad oa be swBBg there all content laW down below good pastor PIpp issrs t4plng tip to tip Ie I have 8H asked by all wore ktrt To wiy unto te stster dear Who brosght tie coffee lure toalgkt That we coa Sec It Me right To the ht tJubi ia public wise She fioi greet itbioveJII Vsy aH IMS itoi smell cwttt as tUM By wkki she brings e nicktm W- iseTgblsigXrsjsi feI kWw SADOiItIrIItk bmMwseN Goe4s4 reJat09r asey st- w se ica e =tzt UtuU KcF l- St afld Fancy Groceries Hay Corn Oats and Sh iftllCl II Telephony 223 o It We have the best f TDBAGCO SUCKS uli l ever brought to this market No rotten apbt made of sound kilndried lumber Come and ee for yourself j The price is ri h- tBlanton f f V =Congleton Lumber CoIncorooiated ScSuccessors to Ed Blanton Co Near L A Depot Telephone42g The Best in Jewelrydonft Invites You to This Store jl r Wo gathered from everywhere goodand well Today we aro asking j J your opinion ofour stock as a whole We ask for critJoisms request =i your critical looking And when you have seen and bought we aro xHjsure you will carry away an impression that will bo sure to bring you V back Its yourprivilcgo to buy or look just asyou p1 hzcnil if A you only look yourb welcome t s t tiliIBIgAREi 1 YOU i jr Interested in Lumber Lath Shingles Doors y Sash Etc If so see ToddEdwards lumber Co Phone 100 Corset Main Orchard Richmond Ky J iUI Its Hard to Choose when everything is attractive and in such good taste Thats why we like people to tako plenty of time in select ing a ring a pair of bracelets or even the emaller trinkets so temptingly shown h reS2 ij you haversgift to- makorneiijJ inspect ourIvqry etc asyou hikooull choose riglit rid matter what yon select You cannot help itS f F J YEAGER s MAIN STREET RICHMOND KENTUCKY Temporary Heat QuickC Jt Did you ever stop to think of the many ways in which a vanttosIeepwithyourwin7dow while you undress at night and then turn it off Apply a match in the morning when you get out of bed and you have heat while you dress Those who have to eat an early radiatingheat J an oil heater and then turn it off i pianoInhave warmth from an oil heater whileishe tThehas to walk the floor on a cold win ters night with a restless baby can getcS temporary heat with an oil heater and1 then turn it off The j i PERECT1O4 ji hiAbsolutely smokeless and odorless rITinvaJuable in its capacitYof quickly giving heat Apply a match and it is im mediately at work for nine hours without refilling It is safe smokeless and odorless It has a damper top and a cool handle An indicator always shows the amount of oil in font has an automaticlocking flame spreader which prevents the anddropbackI quicJdlunscrewedmade built for service and yet light and ornamental J Dealt Enrywhirt af rot el yeurs wr8r far dtscriftist cunoibr jtto the ntcrtit agency cf Iht r Standard OiJCompanyI tIncorporatedI ffoleprooWhat Our Six Months Guarantee Really Means Holeproof Hosiery is guaranteed to be as free from holes at the end of six months as it is the day you buy it We give you this guarantee in writing so if any holesyippjear in six months you re free of charge Ii guaraniefsoot but at the end of six months it is itwbenWhynotimvet pFsTer0VOffMEN origiaalHoJeprooftradcmarkKany guarantee bat none hays equaled the quality The makers j ay 63c nts and for bestCommonbosiery 12cents a pound bftbeboclJaDd tatyetHoleproof Stop in at our store mod how1tJtisk ttIngILa JohnE Sexton Shoe Man Canman Hose My Ladys Chiffonier is 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 couldnt afford it Well come here and see how much you are mistaken WNETTanimCGINS UNDERTAKINGI BuyingYour is risky business risky to your pocketbook Its no idle dream that prices will soon advance You know itso do we Save money by lotting us fill your bins NOW The satisfaction is voll worth both the cost and trouble Telephone 110 t lie Red Ash Jellico r Ve have tin exclusive sale A trial order wjll convince you that onra Is a little better than yon havfl been celling elsewhere and possiblyless Fill Weigh or Coal Forfe- itedWWBroaddusCo Orchard Street Lime Cement Etc THIS PAPEK REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY THE GENERAL OFFICES NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES Tho wise man carries both lifo and fire insurance Dan H Breck has the best police tf Lost Large red fox hound with whito toes and few naked spots on body Return to undersigned and receive reward 02831 R II Crooko For Sate Two story house 8 rooms 3 halls good location bath gas and all modern conveniences Corner North and Fifth tatreels Address MRS S P VITMBU FordKy New Store At Waco Mrs Leo llaupin and Mrs O T Grinstcad have opened to the public a lino of millinery embroidery material and stamping outfits Their store is over R F Bush Co and bids fair to be a hustling business enterprise of that place 2x Postponement of Sale By agreement of all the interested parties the sale of the residence and lot corner First and Irvine streets of tho late John Taylor will bo postponed until a later date Full notice of the time and place of said sale will bo advertised in the columns of this paper J E Greenleaf Admr Coal Feed- ihing1Etcae Buying Coal is like buying anything else The purchaser is ALWAYS bet ter satisfied when he KNOWS he has the BEST Thats the way about buy tug your WINTER CoalCoal is what wo must all have during the winterseason and we do not want the TROUBLE of BREAKING and CARRYING out a lot of CLINKERS dAS lES before we build our fires Just what we are compelled to do ifwe buy poor slow burning cheap oeak B the BEST Suchas Rex Red Ash Jellko and Straight Creek Theres nne better and the purefaMer is ALWAYS PLEASED when JM1MI1S from us Satisfaction guaranteed 1LLOU GHBYS- ON we ittoo Bikve a few thoosaad Poplar iN1ryls aNZ AVb11L- u if JIIn 11 Around Town ForSaloA Moores Heating stove in perfect condition Halo Dean 2t House for rent in good condition appl Cut Kate Groceries either 12 or 3 101241 SmokeCuban Club JOc Star 5c Joe W Dales received 12 car loads of feeders from Virginia a few days ago which he purchased at from 5 to 5 14 conts House For Rent- on Collins street Apply to Mrs Kit Harris If Banks Close This is Columbus Day recently made a National holiday and the banks of Richmond are closed New One Sexton the shoo man has an interest ing ad in this issue about hole proof hosiery Watch for his now fall shoo ad next week New firm The Winchester Grocery Co was or ganized in that city today Madison county capital is in iho new firm which expects to do a wholesale as well asa retail business g Read It h The ad of S H Thorpe in The Climax should bo read by all wanting a most desirable homo in Richmond It will be sold at auction Read tho ad in this issue and keep posted on tho ditct Land DealAMr and Mrs Sidney Moore of Deer Trail Colorado sold last week to L P Evans of this city 49 acres of land situated on the Irvine piko about four miles from tho city for 2500 Notice to Public Notice is hereby given that Lain not connected with the pool room and soft drink stand known as Kennedy Bros nor have I been since Jan 15 1910 2x Warren Kennedy Sowing Wheat Sowing wbea has been tho order of business on the farms tho past week Many farmers tried to begin several weeks ago but the wet ground prohibited Long Tom Chenault will plant 210 acres this year and a largo crop will be put in in the county Big Growd Yesterday was a bid day in Lexington withtho Odd Fellows of Kentucky the occasion being the dedication of the beautiful Odd Fellows orphan homo which has just been completed near that city Madison county Odd Fellows were in numbers and all report a big time Madison Lodge No 14 of this city sent a big delegation Burnside Hurt Judge Burnside the well known revenue officer of Lancaster who was thought to be fatally injured by being struck by a street car in Cincinnati last week is improving and although pain fully bruised and cut ho has a good chance for recovery Judge Burnside is abrother of Mrs Louis Landram formerly of this city and is one of tho oldest revenue officers in the state His many Richmond friends will rojoico that he is on the road to recovery False Alarm The fire department answered an alarm Monday and made a run to the tobacco barn of Elmer Deatheragojnear the electriclight plant It proved to be a false alarm Smoke arising from the building caused people in that neigh borhood to give the alarm This is the first run in over six wrfeXs and the second in twelve weeks that life depart ment has been called to Tho last two were false alarms the other being an August 30th Close Friday There are few towns in the country tIM sieof Richmond that are as thM- aMMM8ver base ball as the Ma4IOa capital Thefans hero are loyal to a home teaw but are divided m tie National guerace and the supperte of iHe big teams keep thii8 lively around Sperling headquarters praising their favorites The National league will elese Friday and the worths series beiw nliiitadlAia aid Qtitanfe Will becm the lint olU18week Le1- hieret M tbeee games k intense Logan to Move FrkKWte In Riehwowt 00nJ tNeiftd word tba 1M MM IUTl a n Jo lb Iretebtwefc ta MiddUsboro aod wBI Jwm to paNMMteliarf at soestMUr JU v Logan ia a IIOG ot the 1aeDc T lIJiclikproadlHllKJOUIII m Spodol the Proabyteriw churfli ia KMtMfcjr He has been at aMBiraat vltI1owin Pr HaJvey Glass who WM pastor for twentyit fMgf His wilt was a Hi Sajkr II ttU j C A Hat Message For YIfk I1 f In a short time perhaps in the next day or two youll probably buy your new fall and winter ot 1hatand of course youll want correct style a pleasing color a shape to suit your particular build and 4 iij quality for hard wear Aof these are easy to find in our big stock Our styles are the newest from the largest makers in the worldthere are no newer our assortments are so large that youll find your r t colors shape and size and our way of buying in large lots for spot cash insures the most quality for your money Promise yourself now to try us for your next hat Our prices run T c 100 1502mOO 250 300 350 400 500S FOR THE If It 110 135 Only a Few More Days- to got a coupon on the freo sowing ma chine to bogiven away by Luman higgins Saturday Oct 15 Call for coupon today Sell Stoves Tho Board of Education for Rich mond will offer for sale in front of tho court houso on Saturday October 15th at 230 P M twenty good second hand stoves Two U S deputy marshall Mays was in the city last Friday for a few hours having in custody John and Bon Bird of Jackson county whom ho was taking to London to await the action of the Federal Grand jury The men are Charged with violating the internal revenue laws They wero tried at Beattyville Thursday What premisses to boa fast game of foot ball has been scheduled by theNor mal School Athletic club for Saturday the 22nd It will be against the Louis villa Male High school and that insti tution always has a team among the high schools of ihe state The game will be played en the Normal school athletic held o wiirbe a mass meeting of the tobacco growers at the eeurt heuee in Richmond Ky at 30 ecteok a m on Saturday Pet 15 i the propriety of pooling ywtSlfW prop of tobacco There is a new en that iaetires you against a w kpOOl CoHiejMMl hear neifh bars The price of your tobacco is gone unless all get together and pooL- e Come n and letssave the price of KentH kys greatest money erop togetKer with HM price of jour land u Jsg OIlMUt lrllNM BoArd Control Madwon Oor Ky A telegHMt rd 7 by KR Ct aoeh o att41Oi o d the 1Utof ber bwther Mri Bwry Hookok whiok pewarw1 B AwwoniU liontaon Mr Nuckote witn Mwral frte 4 had M oa j4 Mr huntand ttRtiMly dwith ws sMby A Is nt io1IM biUd ut a rne- bsr jrf the party Tb body wilt be brought to Yenailleifot interment Itr Niekols has been in the weet fOr about ten years and Asa onda He is a bwUwr 1 MtMra 0htd1II tad Bau1 g CIf w 1 Covington BanksThe Store For Quality == i i tr = x i ww BROADDUS COSOLE AGENTS CELEBRATED The Best Coal Mined there Was Any Better We Would Sell W W BROADDUS CO Telephone Orchard Street Richmond Kentucky Violaters GoodGame championship LasLAppelT- here l10wdiHuu jwopasition itandbriagyour AccicfehUy5hL NiJtarMt brwaliiu uiltitta1tdl bMbeeDQlOtilding- at txt Wrong Date In the Panola items of last issue the date of the funeral of Mrs Joseph Crowe was announced fur October Dili It should have been a week later the IGlh Rev Parsons wilt conduct the services at Panola Baptist church One More Bank Stanfords third bank and Lincoln countys ninth called the State Bank Trust Co opened itsdoors at Stanford Saturday and depositors flocked in with their money Tho deposits during the day amounted to 25000 James F Raraey bank clerk of the secretary of state department was on hand and highly complimented the officials of the new institution upon the showingmade He formerly turned the charter over to tho bank Sheriff W L McCarty is president and J AV Ilutchcson cashier WANTED Koom antI board in private family for young couple Call this office Increasing Business Manager Floyd of the East Tennessee Telephone Comparys local exchango has just complete two new lines on the Barnes Mill pike and other private Uses for farmers fn tho eoanty are cone 1 plated shortly Richmond k fortunate in bvlngl ss trouble with telephone service than other tewns in the Bluegrass ehfofly on account of its excellent ferae iefteratorg and a manager who K perfectly Jamiliar with all bnwtehes of the buainotg Sinee cowing to Rich mend Mr rteyd has increaeed the list from 600 to nearly 800 and Wont ef these are subscribers in remote parts of the eounty The ay rage gains has been abotit 10 per month Should Organize A Md UIMC for MawM ot KWimond ki took at k aft adveriioed letter in the tonal MWtottiM addressed to Prwi iknt or SeerMary Riofemoed Comwer eial oiaIt awl no w+ elaiais iU Ki b Mnd ia a muck bettor city than hoc aehMH DjwviWa LnutswlUr ML 1ftIalways on the loakowUfpc bwhiMM enterprjbes that wHl aid their oity Tile beealortalllgprowtb withoat Lbs nusije oo the pat of a connaeroial dab Think what an organixation of this kind could aCcom- plish for sack a city Many mDuft LUf lag Interests have tbelreyeol1 lich mood tout wilboM iBdtueuBetskhey 11611 tt p u t Farm Sold At Kingston the first of the week Mrs Anne E Daninls sold to Mrs Lucy E Young a farm of 100 acres for 3850 Fine Mare Dead The many friends of Mr Mat Cohen will be sorry to learn that tho fine mare Princess Sonia which ho has been campaigning for the past thrpo years with such great success died at Spring field Ills last Wednesday after a short illness of pneumonia Tho dead animal was the property of Mrs Richard Lowndes of Danville and was the peer of all five gaited show mares Her stable companion Kentuckys choice has been quite ill but will recover Close Call What would liave undoubtedly been very destructive firo was narrowly averted last Saturday morning at an early hour at tim homo of Mr Neville Moberly Mr Mobcrly was awakened about ono oclock by the cries of his lit the girl who asked bra drink of water Upon entering the kitchen ho was met by a room full of smoke that almost suffocated him and a section of the ceiling ablaze A hose nearby was quickly connected and the tire ex tin guished A defective flue wasthei cauee Had not the discovery been made at the tme lha occupants woukl leave been lucky to escape with their lives One Less Mndiee4styis to Jo6e one of its newspapers At present here sq six puMMied In Ute w y ViL four m Riohmond one in Berea and one at Val lev View but editor Sowert who bee been puWteiiing the Valley View Argent has deehled to move his plant to N W o kwviJIe and has leased a Bttiktinf in Uwl city A special from NicholasviHe nays Xr JL weN editor and publhs ibaVaJley View Argon has leaaed the rid froat brNtUing opposite tin peak MIoJirjewen years p UKhed Ihe Talifjr View Argent at Valtejr Vim Jqaodit is his demhw Mf t into a larger field so he has det cUadta locate here A name for tb DMT ptpof wWdi is to oe started mb by week after next has not yet been decided upon but the paper Wilt be run in tbeintefest of the temperance people eel will be independent In politics Mr Bowenia a splendid newspaper man and we wish hiwn in his new advn tan o Building Sold C A Taylor of the firm of Taylor Oldham tho hardware merchants pur chased Tuesday from J E Grcenieaf tIme building now occupied by that firm on Main street It has a 20 foot frontage and extends back to Water street Experts Here A C Barbeau of Now York and W T Vcatch of Louisville two widely Known representatives Flooring Mill machinery manufacturers were in the city last Wednesday and Thursday the guests of Mr Allen Zaring Mr Barbeau has sold machinery for flouring mills in narly every country in the world and recently installed a big order in tho Holy Land making it possible for the people of that country to enjoy good Hour as well as those in this state where ho has sold many mills Polite Rascal t Councilman Everett Berry of the East End missed lila buggy harness last Saturday evening and gave up all hopes of ever seeing it again as he thought the thiefwoulcimake awa with it to parts unknown He was just preparing to give an order for another set Monday morning when he discover ed the stolen harness or rather borrow ed returned but thrown over the heck lance in a heap They boro the mark of heavy wage during the short time they were missing and it is the suppo sitkw of Mr Berry that whoever took them either rave ia to a burnin eonseienee or just wanted to use thorn for a Abort time Took Everything County Cwk R B Terrill and wife have tsk discovered the hoes of a av e jwntity X rfoines ItowwhoW fmntUtt inga khcben utensils nail in fa t HUle bit Iutinc used about Uw koMM A aegro sarvani Sailie Hess was sue pactfld of utheft and a search warrant issued Offloers made a careful exaesi aatkin of the eotored womans ra oand feead nearly everything that WM sJsrfng row tbe Terrill hoi A few aUk difs aloagi g t Mrs TmfH was mgoiwK Clerk Terrfli Memlibd tiMr and the woman WM tateB into custody by Ute police A rofoldsl oe which Mr TerriU prised very highly on account of being so comfortable to his corniv was die covered among the articles and he seemed more overjoyed at the recovery of these than the ether things more ass Postponed Tho protracted meeting which was expected to begin at tho Second Chris tian church in tho East end next Sunday will bo postponed another week on ac count of the absence of a noted evangel ist who was cxpoccted but will not bo able to come The committee hope to annouuce in a few days a noted pulpit orator whn will conduct the services Knows It Dick the big firo horse seems to have more than human intelligence He is six years old and has been in tho service a greater part of that time When a false alarm is turned in ho seems to realize just what it is moro than any of the firemen and it is noticeable by the manner in which ho goes to tho fire If it is a dangerous blaze ho seems to know it and exerts his ponderous to got there as Quickly as possible Held ToDay The wet weather of last Thursday prevented the joyous outing of the dentists druggists and doctors which was planned tar Like Roba It was to be a fish fry and general good time The exercises began this afternoon and a goodly sized crowd isout Tho supply of fish was not up to thoexpecta tions owing to tho bad luck of the anglers who wore unable to make any great catch Todd Won Edgar Todd son of Mr John Todd of the Todd Edwards Lumber Co was tho lucky person at tho opera house last Saturday evening in tho drawing for tho Moore air tight heater given away by Manager Baxter Threo num- berS wore called before a corresponding ono in tins audience was announced Tho young fellow was so overjoyed at his good fortune ho cuuld hardly speak A young couple just going lo houso keeping offered him a pretty good price for his prize at tIm close of the show and ho disposed of it Frost Saturday The early risers of Richmond claim there was a light frost Saturday morn- Ing but throughout tho county the tobacco that was standing did not suffer Reports from different sections show that the frost was hardly visible and not heavy enough to hurt that part of the crop which has not been cut It is claimed that on account of the heavy clouds which settled about midnight Friday the frost was prevented from doing any damage Tuesday mornings igns of a light frost were visible Fine TimerThe Elks social session held last Fri day evening at the club rooms proved a meet enjoyable affair to the large num ber of brothers present The feature of the evening was beautiful description of his travels thru part ef Europe by Hon Jerry Sullivan Mr Sullivan described his tour thru the Emerald Isle as then delightful trip he had ever taken hv hk We Of course he kissed the Blarney stone but saW in doing this MM hatf to hwd onTite head on account of the poaktoB thk sacred atone occupied in the Mrttotie Blarney eastK Ieid lady te4irWei never falteNtla the inconvenient manner At It Again Mr Coleaum Keff decided sometime ago in quit the reed and has been rest tag up pnpamtoryto selecting a busi neM which would not take hiw laway- fremhoMe He went I dneinnati t Ilk week te visit relatives and wee offered lichiLlluewtiw pdst Mi wish UU Com mteskm nn of T M Wifcon CJIn ef that pltyv bathe decided to take ui tlu rip again He will also reprvwMTbeo Lena Co J the fish adoyfittbeQu en City His territory will ha Central Kentucky and he hiM ah ady entered ups his new diHtoa bf bvoMng several ord wsfrvm Bl bBMod mar thHa Blue firass Farms For Sale We have for sale a good assortment of im adjoinIhg did bargains Come and see them Send for list Dan McMillan Company Lancaster Hotel Bldg Georgetown Ky Deaths One of the oldest residents of Madison county passed away last Thursday when Mrs Abo Gunn died at her homo near Clays ferry at the advanced ago of seventyfour Deceased was a remarka blo woman for her ago and up until a month ago she was going about in seemingly the best of health Besides her husband nine children survive one of whom Mr Price Gunn resides on North street this city and Miss Fannie Gunn who marie her home with her parents The others are scattered over the country Funeral services were conducted at the homo Friday and tho remains were taken to Lexington for interment Deceased was a sister of Mr Tom McGuire of this county James Erskine long a resident of Clays ferry died Sunday after an ill ness of about ten days at the age of sixtylive Mr Erskino was well known to a largonumber of acquaintances and enjoyed the friendship of all classes His death occurred at tho Bridge toll gate which ho was in charge of for many years up until his death Deceased was never married and is survived by one brother Thomas Erskine who resides near tho ferry and a sister Mrs John McKenna of this city He was one of tho largest men in the coun ty weighing about 350 Funeral services were conducted at St Peters church in Lexington by Father Punch Tuesday morning followed by interment there Several from hero attended tho funeral OIL account of the great weigh i of Erskin a special coffin hind to bo made by a Cincinnati firm to receive tho body James Erskino was born in what is now West Virginia His father William Erskine came from Armagh county Tyrone Ireland and was one of the contractors who helped build the Wabash railroad Mrs Harriott Stewart Caldwell died t the home of her soninlaw Prof E 0 McDougle on the summit early last Thursday morning in the 73rd ycar of her age She had come to Richmond six weeks ago tospend tho winter with her daughter During the past five years she had been an invalid and it was thought a change from Ohio to Kentucky would help her Her fatal illness lasted only a few days She was a daughter of J H Stewart of Meigs county Ohio Her parents wero born and married in New York and moved to Ohio in 1832 For sixty years her father was one of tho most prominent merchants and farmers in his section In 1S5G she married G II Caldwell who died three years ago Fivo children survive II II Caldwoll who lives at the old home at Long Bottom 0 F S Caldwoll an attorney at Winchester Ind Mrs E C McDougle of this place C E Caldwell professor of mathematics in tho high school at Bel lairp 0 and Mrs Susio Mcrritt of Columbus O Services wero held at tho homo where she lied by Rev E B Barnes Thursday evening and her body was taken to Ohio for burial Sat urday morning at her late residence the funeral services were conducted at the request of tho Jamily by her sonin law E C McDoiiglo and her body was laid to rest by the side of her husband She had been a member of tho Christian church for 33 years She was a woman of high ideals and was greatly loved by those who knov her Her sympathy and unselfishness made her a fond mother a good neighbor and a happy Christian Sticks To It Circuit Clerk Roy White is so fond of his Panama hat that ho declares he is going to stick to it until Xmas Ills friends have been trying to persurda Irm to discard it on accout of tho pres once of winter breezes tho past week but all the guying they hand out to him falls on deaf cars He cLiims it is moro becoming to him than any hat ho owns Property sells The building on Main street near First occupied by Agco Tovis barbers and A J White tailor shop and owned by Douglas Parrish of this city was sold last week to A J Suit proprietor of tho Racket store The consideration was 80000 and tIme now owner will take possession tho first ot tho year The now purchase tins a frontage of 20 feet and extends back to Water Mr Suit intends in tho near future to extend the building The now owner will move his store to this place tho first of tho year and if necessary ho will erect an addition to tho present building to extend back almost to Water street Mr Suit is ono of Richmonds successful merchants having built up a largo business by thrift energy and fair dealing to all IttsGoQdMedicine for your house and will give it new life and beauty by sir rolling decay and preserving itfrqm Winters storms and Summers heat when ypi treat it toa coat of paint You insure its life by this durable pint which you wil find bcKbeoonomiCflland of rick and handsome cok ringa when you buy iiat HL PERRYPHONE 75 0 MAIN STJr 1i jh Ul Lr ii r p TT 1 y k i J I t y n r RicliuionlJyFirst j We welcome your inspection of these t wont ask you to buy but it is well see this assortment of styles for Fall 11 ADLBRS COLLEGIAN I are decidedly stylish Suits and depended upon to give good service give you satisfaction because we made This showing includes imen and garments of more dignified older men who prefer the more will be welcome to look at this clothes Suits and Overcoats 1500 to Shoes Hats and Mens t TheHome of Good Cloth Jo So Stanifer Corner Second Main A Check On The State BankSpaymentsWhen is indisputable 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 not drawing it at all Open an account and youll save in spite of yourself State Bank Trust Company Richmond Ky tlHOT Globe Air Tight BLAST HOT Burns Slack or Soft Coal Without 5moke or Soot Heats double the space heated by any other stove with half the fuel Clean neat economical The Kind toBy for Service peopleIL f an honest price 5ee it in opera nyo will Jike It SOLD EXCLUSIVELY BY jw D Buckley Q 1 East Main Street Ladies ReadytoWear Garments t v rfi YJ are invited to call and inspedtflur lki II 1somesto it r MifllDv Bb1n cJiIdint TI F J YertWest MaSh Ky t sLLf R4o4mitn th next r nil ri nut Mr Wailer B nnett JIbe thVmao In tho deal made be t1eeB Setuttor Bradley and tIre three R publk Representatives from TCeri lucky Edwards named Sherman Co- operptsiIikis Collector of Internal Ei4hthdistrlclth WV nl Wls m oDanville should have the Job ESO Powers not being irifavor o Wj4Saipi he and the Senator may OB tai RMtmond maw asacoin pruiuisi wwMlidato wRli Uie influence of Judge AR Durtwai who is natidnal commiM HMn The office of Collect r is aPrwdetttial RppointmntRm can e rwtnoved anytime without charges JlitrfIQI eItoier of the NichoJ yilte Tribww wa fully life M1 ty charge made at the lteupubliI cawe IWrn kaLDnvihlo when Rev atIIDST1UArf dodaredihe was a one well at Danville the Republicans of the Eighth District quietly mobi1 z Rllllifll fewhttes had nom iaated Hon iijkxr of Kockcastle josuetiqU Rev Kw Mr who- setlowsd joiigna rll aeknewle- kbhat k h1thws too MeIeia LIqwFPettynew candidate well known here but is not a politician nor a campaigner Mr Helms majority will BO doubt be increased many voles GyvJtor fiai aboui decfdetV to runforlhegubcsnatorialnominationTho fever l ways comes to those wllo lUll in the admlnfjwibni IT there is due clean man it is Governor Cox but ho will moot his Wacr16n sucl a can paign HsreputatiOn cantcarry him over the rough sea that tho present administration has caused to exist in sta to politics and Governor tcCrcary is- as certain to be tho next resident of the Mansion as the world roTOlvcs Mr Cox stands tliobct show of ROY securing the nomination of his party A great sentiment tag rstCateb Powers is growing in the Eleventh not only among the Democrats but among iho who realize that his victory over CongfessmanEdwanlS is the greatest that could havo efallh tho Ropublicau party as welt as the state of Kentucky and they are going to vote for tho Democratic nominee Senator Bertram of Clinton county Never before has tieorganization of tho democrats been so complete intKp le enth and each ono world 1g to 1ring victory in Novembor TEDDIE R has about run his race The great good that men do comes after they are dead and gone Ho is being idealized now for whatjust pla n nerve Shortly his namo will sink into n1JforeJbrnhamLincoln leyr and cleveland were never worshiped like Todd yet their names will bo fori bright when Teddys has been bur ied for ceiturJ s WOULDNT it bo great if Caleb Powers went down in defeat at tho November election The Democrats of tho Elev enth are up and doing and tho greatest campaign by the minority ever waged in that district is now on Senator Bertram who was nominated is the only Democrat over elected from tho Senatorial district of Clinton Wayno and Russell which normally is over two thousand Republican You Mr Farmerand grower who did not pool your crop are accused of wreck ing the pool If you have iiona right by holding out time will tell shortly if not you havo made the gravest mistake of your life In unity there is strength Kentuckys matchless motto United wo stand Divided we fall should bo a slogan with all Kentuckians Tho rut turo is anxiously being awaited RICHMOND has about tho cheapest automobilesin the country according to tho assessors report Tnp From lall lWKUiat A BODY BUILDER TOgThE CELLS AND TISSUES- A P8WE1FUL SfiEKfiTH WOWC IN6 KEC0KST1UCT10K TBNIC FOR TIE Itot AND NERVOUS SYSTEM A Iet rcTMhr Start Ye- tRlgkteatkeRes4IeHeak Guaranteed to GlveSatl- sfctlOnorMoriyRfundd r 1SOLD f S oky8So V Lecture Course Tho many citizens of Richmond who aro interested in making the town all that any tovf n of itssizp canbe inljs educiiiion al and rtjllUrAl QppbrtunitieiJ will bo interested to know of tho engagement of a firstclass course of musical and liter ry eicningiin corinection witti tho SUito Normal School Tho courso binsNov 10 and runs till April Lecturers from abroad nt tho Normal cyon though of national reputation IIHVO not always met with the expected welcome from tho townspeople Jargely ho doubt bcf cause there was no regular courso an nounced and the public was not duly informed But the forces which make for I more frequent enjoyment and a higher appreciation of the esthetic an l lutclldcCual sidaof mo realize that jllo havo in tho Normal Vchool a conveiftent- rallying center if need be Knowing that a good lecture course is an ossen tial to a town which makes nny preten sions to cultural the Womans Club and other organizations making for social tira heiiriny cooperating with the formal School in giving publicity to the course andocuringaloyaI support of 5t by the citizens Crabbes long oxporienco with hauauqua man agement ha9 1vcn aim an linusual ac quaintance with the field of available talent Tho performance of tho Coburn Players here in July was convincing evidence that what is offered tho public under tho auspices of the Normal School will bo tho equal of the best that can be had anywhere The courso as arranged for this year comprises throe of the best concert companies in America with musicians of worldwide reputa tlun an evening 01 dramatic readings an art evening a lecture from uxGov Jloch of nsns and various other lea tures No attempt is being made to clear money but only to cover thq ex pense of the course So the price will bo put at a figure which represents tho actual cost The aim is not only to furnish an opportunity for esthetic de velopment to body but also to bring about a closer union between the Normal School and the public of Richmond in tho effort for increasing the cultural advantages for tho entire community Last Excursion There will bo no moro excursions Clhcinhati which the railroad has been running during tba summer overt other wee large crowd went tj the Q ueenCitYi Sunday week many to see the ball game between Cincinnati and Chicago arid others to attend the theatres that aro now Running in full blast One thing about these cheap rates is the fact that Hundreds of tickets aro sold hero tho holders of which sell them in the city for about 50 cents and hundreds arc able to return all along tho hun for a paltry sumiTbe crowds that go and come tho same day amount to little Peoria DrillDont Over Look the Best The greatdtDriII of tbeage Has put new life into vheat growers Combining both shoe and disc something that has been lacking in the Disc Drill You cannot appreciate this Drill until you see it You cannot afford to buy until you know its features over others For further information call and see Dfv Shackelford o Co Hardware Tinware 5Ivearid s FarmIrnplqf 565 Rglind All Aboard fir cave a Wndy Octor 19th One eveaiflgtor pronnB da prdanco p Ministers f 7 TlinOIInislerS in the old dajs oL- ago when slavery oxistetf Wight mil Uhll negroes Is YtfJ oS by a WH ot sHle which Judge J i leaukl- utc iir his possesstofv 3fW duiitwas made oniugfi il thOO 1uII son county IkJ91 of wl for a negro delivered byRev OUins foUey IMytd CUenault 3i 1Ii 4s all transactions of thk Jda wwr wklihSvasCiroi the great jfrandfilhir iei Jw4f Chenault and died in Hfffl LBoth mw l represented now by a wide jiMge Judge Clicnault prizes iev- ery djggiwnent highly cm aclOun Wkig a transaction of thokind between suIt well known ministers of 1110 gospel as they wcro al Ihutpfno N lrIIgven LclillclrellAll Unique Uce sjMr OW Deatborapo has in lIil- pOssosslon a marriage iMmniq that was issued from tkeadisiuity cort ii the vear 1818 eS JMttmrr 20lhVelo is1IIoul writiLu W Iiamrkri was clerk of theiatIki cnurt M iJapioneers of this county and the paper on which it is written shows the marks of ago On looking over the records the certificate is found to havo booh filed on Juno 27th 18113 and certified to by Kqv PaVitl Gltcnaultc if flip y u over visit other t wns iu l the staid bbYcrvo how far b6hJndJltich mond they were in a business way Tho ipltalof Madison is sfcadily going to the top as tho best town in the state and it ibutriI1ebchiindthr1alricities tTheyJi r I TJie Industrial EdiLionqf flic Richmond Climax last week was gotten up and reflects greci1jt Mid way Clipper et mSfxial editibn of the Hichmond Climax was one of the best we have yet seen anti a credit to the establish ment over which AD Miller and his faithful andficapable S j 1itWJlweektissued an Industrial ditonthat Was in every respect a creditable piece of newspaper enterprise Mr A1 D Miller the publisher of the paper Is president of the Kentucky JPress Association and one of the hardest work lug and most estimable mem beisofli sttt pr ss Your edition didoiiotdandyo I4j1iqrTh1d The photographs used by the Richmond Climax in its illustrated editldrh xof the counfyAand city official df Madison is as striking looking body of men as w bjtveserii1 in years It is difficult thbe- 1iveLh tsuchplOU t3 can be raised on uiquhUiin Jahd But the caitalOf1ilioti is hard to beat whcn it comes to line looking men and hand some women Come over gentlemen and lets take a little MaltMeadelMogether and get better acquainted JesamnJottr9aU7q The dightli annual Ken t cky State Fair which closed a few days ago was a greater success in tryiy than the fair in 1QOO which held the record np to that time The attendance for the week was X10598 which is 5GoG more than last year The biggest day of the week was Thurs day when 29210 people werd in attendance Saturdays crowd was l3 ooolJQO greater than the closing diy in 1909 Perfect weather pre vailed throughout the weeic No report has been made as to the finances but every in dication points to a subsfutiij thai balanoon th right side qft the ledger Secretary JW Newman is much pleased with the out come of the fair and eve- iL5y is complimenting him ou its successand on his splen did worK Estrayed tJFrew say paco en or about the 1iOII efjtest August a roll yearling tH JwjMgKV boW W pounds pr- witkwIuitehladlegsfront le7re l feet whi iwkiWsfxipjnforclwad wllb5M1i4 Hwiwrbody a Hturxl pall 1 will jwy a liberal reward for her returA to meot any infocmattoa that will lead le lwmovwy Jiryaat Uolm n Milliwj Ky j TheDryPail Outing RiCh11lDlIdi Mamrnoth jviIntrthat CovorkerBaSiiUkGDe4onlrideCnine S650 PrMfYo r ldllhunflucledinp board and Tie ad nusiioas to the Cave SIiE LARGE JBLS for Particularsr Write TeeM L 1Tidiet Agent 0= rWLI w Mti4erps Tam BoHeiUng s claw in piano adv- ocafliiiur1essoaa to W girea at my how on I4oriM reetFor lartherrpmrJkulars PP1tO Mlw WrY liraj 6r 8 Fr56Ie Extrgood tobeeo4e ip if MOWJWAV ItOBHMMHT ftse West IrviM Ky J For Rent Idcwro 10 rent iny hiH9 and about naeJcrfJ6 of lstad situated en Big Hill avenie Fw further particulars see the undorslgned 925t JohiAllmari gc I jenMcKct Richmond Kj Jo dry goods and notions Others il antPwhiyiotyou tf PUBLIC SALE i Of G iar County I Iii Lan N J r At Point Leavell on the J N R n- and on Lancaster and Richmond pike 5 miles east of Lancaster Ky at 2 oclock m Skttirday Oct J5tlO 210 ACRES to bo sold in four separate triicU as follows lOT acres with im provements 51 acres of unimproved tend 5acrej With dwolling 3 12 acres with 3 room store bnild ing Each tract fronts on pike Sale is to wind up an cstato and will bo 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 for detailed description and full particulars Possession January 1911 Hughes Svincbroad Lancaster Ky q nsign Your Livestock I TO CCSeaI Co Union Stock Yards Cincinnati 0 And receive tho Highest market price 03 we are tho largest order buyers on tho Cincinnati market v W 5 NORRIS oct 3mo Administrators Sale J f Asi Inilnlstful r of Dr David Ben nett deceased I will onr Thursday October 27 1910 at the ofd homo place near Foxtown in Madison Co Ky sell publicly all the live stock farming implements household and kitchen furniture belonging to the estate of deceased eviz 11 largo nice work mules in good condition 1 2ycarold horse mule 1 yearling mare mule 1 sucking marc mule J thoroughbred brood mares regis bred 1 troltilgbrcdand regislercd mare by Jay an GolQdust marc This maroli s record of 210 14 1 big Jiicerockaway mare geldingilIeetohar1 thoroughbred filly by eland out t years pld registered thoroughbred gelding by Handsel and out of Autoharp 2 years old registered 1 thoroughbred filly by Handszel and out of imported Cherry Button 1 year olthroister Ii1ierougluhie4co1t Handsel and out r p9nl year lyearlin our of Aufobarp- J yearling fllly by Lovclard 0231 tj Dictator HIS Mid out of Son Bird by Jay Bird This is aliandsbmeandwpll bred filly I suckiHg cpt by HaxhalL Z Melt juTros gentlei focchildren Joad nd drive Ji 3cfilch awsMd calVes 5 meat liege 1 sowimdptgs Farming urn misL of wagon and liarhcss2 HeCormlokjgrasa seed strippers ClianipioRjBOWBr hay rake etcPHousehold and kitchen furniture Reds and bedding Extension dining table and chairs two handsome book cases China Cabinet Davenport Sofas Wardrobe bureau tables chairs carpetsrugs etc i 1 80 horse powor E SI F Studebaker verylittloz harness f Sale will cgllfpromptlyatlO ocloek All sums of fitly dollars and under cash payablolati WaIler Bennett Admr Immediately following above sale and at the same place thp undersigned as agents and Altys in fact for all the heirs Will sell publicly two tracts of JanIlI1 The Dozior tract of about 51 acres on the Red House Uoad about 18 mile from Pox town This farm is In good state of cultivation with good dwelling barn carriage house and other improvements incident to a home C AY Davis lives in the dwelling and will take pleasure in showing the place toany who cm tose itTract JSo 2 of about 115 acres to bdetermined accurately by survey is the north half of the Bennett homestead just north of Foxtown in Madison county Phelpsfrorittoh1 turnpike and running with the said pike towards Foxtown about 12 mile tjience leaving the pike nnd runnipg a1 most duo west to George Phelps line and PhelpsMuiner thence with Phelps B nnettliH Horth and cast to the beginning anewdwmf1gkmjcistern Rutledge lives in the dwelling and wI give parties desired to inte 11I Terms One third the purchase Januaryii edlbfferr lpnyments FoveMsion given Jan WiyiWlU AtyawWArJktldC Bennett J heirs Public Sale AeoofdingMb the ire tOOC of ihllof Jofcn G Taylor I Mc adrateirtrmkn wiJIaU at public uoUSa OB r Saturday Gfct 150iiOochcka mjus nMMM JN oorMrof Vtnu ned Irvine tneto aed cioU feet wide ftdjeUtaft Mtli jMver7 beart 9l iiie Oily bf iUa- osd Ase4ti eoVs 1whWkrli UI and ca8t Jofrer1Mii ABtort pwiicaWr ctawritrtipR e hotk Mid diaienaioos will b U friedDmlJ1lir This property wiltsEered separito yrmnd as it whole to beibld in tlie0way bringing the most llioiJ yTenufor MQmwt will be onethird csMh bftano in iX5mU twelve months ritft lien r ta1d i J E GaLEAF AdrniaMra tat WiL t ij1 11 1 Aft2iIoU grade Suit or Ove coat made as you want it and that will give thorough satis faction at from 30 to 50 per cent less than average tailor charges ifwe sends your measure to- i Ed FPrice Co Largest tailors in the WOrld of i GOOD mddetoorder clothes Look over their assortment of beautiful Fall Woolens and fashions exhibited in our tailoring department and make a selection while the line is neW andcom pleteVie know one of their suits will make you a permanent customer i have an most by to only are thfY made are such that one term them A of good is most ir Boys is what secure here to this ad4 of what is far greatest stock that is in this city 4 PUBLIC SALE r- navJgTeidcd to sell my on on Main stroot in Richmond Ky I will on Thursday Oct 20 t10 are hour of 11 oclock a m offer saidproperty at public sale to tho highest bIdder Said property is the residcnceknoyn the Walker place to adjoining lhoproperties of L B Mc Creary and Wailer Bennett and is one oftho most desirable and best located residences in the city fronting oh street 75 feet and running back with parallel nes Ifprtkstreet a distance of atxMit C25 feet Q said lot is a good largohalllarge barn good garden house coal and Jill necessary outbuild ings Several peach tf es that never fall to bear Thoro is room on this lot to sell two building Jots fronting on Said property win be sold on the fol payaWebe n ade and possession and the remainder of the purchase money to be duo and payable in two payments duo Jan 1012 and 1913 bearing inter est at per cent from Jan lUll with lien retained to secure payment of same tir the whole amount may bo Jan 1 lUll if so desired by purchaser MllS 811 0iIOKPE Tom Chesault Auctioneer Anyone desiring to look over property can do so by calling at Midison National Bank for S H Thorpe 0Had dyspepsia or fo1 Mo appetite and what 1 did urdockiBlOOilSuubnry causes headache Ratiseai dizziness languor heart pal pitation Drastic physics weaken the bowels ned doat cure Dcwne Regulete aetlestIy and cure yourdruggntNever can tell youll mHha flD5roreuiTer a cut bruise burn or scald Be prepared Dr Thomas Jel colic Oil instantly relieves the pain quickly cures the wound oi7j hDo YOU Want TW I1iitIn Youri1 NEWFAJX SUIT l m 15 or 20 n At any these figl s we ccn supply you witH garments that areat least a little bit better fabri arid AMQTkrjianship than fU will be Bble to sequr i felsewhere Brcwn will be very strong and we assortmert consisting br every conceivable shade Gray will be very popular The fabrics are extremely J beautiful and softrtoned effects are much in evideWe W6rsteds Tweeds Cheviots VelourSj Clays and soft are in the lead The colors are very fancy ight shades being pop- ulaiGOOD CLOTHINGEORBOYSi I This great Boys Clothing Store is Jilledvjq Overflowing with splendid garments Everys itin ourj store was made tailorswho experts in the art of making Boys Clothing j Mot well and stylishly but the materials might wear resisting combination wear and splendid styles desirable Clothing and that you In addition you have the vantage selecting from by the displayed EVEhome Main smoke house fruit North street given equal paid Long indigestion years Ohio- Conetipation grip sicken when of ill Thibits the are NOTICE= pricesI l I pay the HIGHEST MARKET PRICE for FURS Ring phone 363 M WIDESRICHMOND KENTUCKY Taylor Ol d h a m- Invite your attention to their i Model Radiators and W rider d Oak Heating StetieS rj The best the market affords We Sell the Best Cooking Stoves Made We also SUPERIORWJIEAT TAYLOR OUDHAM t 5 s Ir Is Your Plumbing UptoDate T Doe yourpNmbingeqUlpmentrepre your wood taste ndyour Jt hlYYourOtherWhy h uld1urDiaWu not The ryftqttipiJ eiit 61 your house is a nwttor of jhehe1thOfY9UlfmJbr plumbing fixtares should be lenand sanitary The lt fit ao irnquipinent I qui ithlMri ntlComort afforded and iJlthe freedom frum repft dtrs tal 11 Jt1uei ltequaIled for bi Ciofa a tor daY4URi werIuU3 Let ui quQ yi i- dqurt 1 ilchamd Meter 6 P i UPANYgpj 1