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S + PaguT14ay fjj 3i4 ICHIVOND CLINLXLSix Pages Todaq r r 17th YEAR RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 19 1910 NUMBER 20l WALLPAPERBest IBurnside Ij of whom you expect so much as to strength and speed is surely in order See that his table is as good asyours by buying his grain oats corn etc from Robinson Coal Lime Salt Cement Sand and Plaster Material Office and Warehouse on L N R R PHONE 142 RICHMOND Let The Climax Do Your Job Printing v Im Convinced You Give Every Man a Square Deal The above compliment was paid us by a satisfied customer hence dont you believe there must be others of the same opinion +In a town of less than four hundred peo ple with fierce competion on all titles we have in eight years built up u Bunking busi ness of over t y 12500000 Resources 4 eo plii Saak of Paiil M Ij E L Woods Pros W C Fish VPres W G Kern per Cashier 0 N Tenill Assi Cashier I The Right Way to get good work is- o buy your paperfrom an up to date t ne and get an uptodate paper Hanger It Grows Hair Here Are Facts We Want You to Prove at Our Risk Marvelous as it jnay seem Kosall onIwere roots dead nor had the scalp taken pn a glazed shiny appearance Rexall 03 Hair Tonis acts scicnlifl calcly destroying the germs which are usually responsible for baldness It penetrates tothe roots of tho hair stimulating and nourishing them It is a most pleasant toilet necessity is delicately perfumedand will not gum or permanently stain the hair We want you to get a bottlo of Rexall 0r Hair Tonic and use it as directed If It dues not relieve scalp irritation remove dandruff prevent the hair from falling out and promote an increased growth of hair and in every way give ontira satisfaction simply conui back and toll us und without question or formality we will hand back to you every penny you paid us for it Two sizes iOu and SiOO Sold only at our storeTho Rexall Store II L Perry Richmond Ky A Change The Ladies Homo Journal probably the most widely read periodical in the world has ceased to bo issued monthly and how comes every two weeks The prico of 10 cents has been placed on the copy Correction In the last issue of The Climax the sale of tho home place of tho lato Dr David Chenault was by error inserted hDr David Bennett Tho Dennett sale will bohell on October 27th and promises to ba larguly attended Uptodate Farmers Two new silos have just been com plated in this county and tho supply of chopped ensilage for winter feeding has been stored away Messrs Kit Ciionault and lcCrcJry Simmons have erected these modern Teed preservers and will use it for their cattle this winter JSeforo those two wore erected MzuI ion county had but one and that was at the Bjrca allege which was built several years ago Mr Clteiuult will foJ abut lifty ctlUo ihis winter anti tlio 0111 uily ot his now silo will enable him to have feed for this number six months lIe will begin about the first of tho year They hold 12C tons PAone41 WP RAfCTER RoiialBAKING MAKES THE PERFECT HOT BISCUIT Also Rolls and Muffins Crusts and Cakes4 SIiiend for Royal- CookBook a Finishing Up With tho completion of tho heating plant the improvements at tho L N depot will be about all in Clcgg S Co of Louisville havo tho contract and are installing first class steam heating t plant Tho passenger shed is about completed except for tho paint and electric light fixtures Fire Lire Accident and Health Insur anco in the very best old lin c Coinpanio Win S Broaddus jgt tf Woman Arrested Sheriff nA JlcCord arrested last Wednesday Miss Hollle Collins at her homo in the East End charged with obtaining money under false pretenses Sho had been outoa bail for sometime pending tho action of the grand jury and her arrest was tho result of art indictment rendered last week She was placed in jail in default of a bond of 8200 135 William St rNcW York All Close For tho first timo in tho history of this county Columbus Day was celebrated last Wednesday in commem oration of tho discovery of America by that intrepid oxplorer Christopher Columbus and from now on October 12th will bo known as Columbus Diy throughout all America It is strange that tho memory of this great man should have been so sadly neglected by tho American people and tho event that took place on tho 12 of October 14J2I The schools of Richmond and all public olflccs including the banks closed for tho day Estrayed Estraycd from my placo near Kirks ville Kon Oct 3rd one black maro mulo with mealy nose good flesh and 11 12 hands high Information lead ingto liar recovery will bo liberally re warded IIaris Brandenburg Kirks villo Ky 101241 Wrong 1oto oldstock anybody hang Phaae WALL PAPER lie Retire Go Carts We Sell Liquid Veneer I f One reasonSwhy you will find the most luxmlous bed in the I liEARIiS Ie FOSTER tr- s f t MATTRESS is that the natural springiness of the cotton magnified many times by the Special Web Process ofmaking the felt layers We will explain this to you more fully when you call Sixty Nights Free Trial L 1050 c 1350 r1600 and 2250 A- OldhamiIJvE LackeyUndertaking Specialty I have one lot of ladies and misses sample Jackets tho prices ranging from 5001651000 Wo will soil thorn as ong as thoy last for OSc each tf A DOUUOWSKI for Sale Two story house 8 rooms 3 halls good location bath gas and all modern conveniences Corner North and Fifth streets Address lIlt S P WlTMKI- l92S41 Ford Ky For Sale Few thousand second hand brick- J D King Son tf 219 Moberly avenue The Way is to buy a and get to it for you Q J is Lumber For Sale BArn bills and all kinds rough in oak poplar and pine Tobacco Poplar laths Write lumberI J A tf W Richmond T Ky J R PenningtonDentist Office next door to Governmont building Richmond Ky Dan H Breck life fire and accident insurance if r tt tr trtrtr tr trtrA SYoUSCan BuyEverything Front Hamilton Bros Dav Telephone 76 Night Telephone 136 229 w S O R O L L Re RiaiftonWhol- esale and Retail Coal Feed Salt Sand Lime Cement and All Kinds of Plaster Material Corner Main and B Streets TELEPHONE 85 ttrA 0 We sell lay Manton Patterns JOt Each iA C E P E c 4 i4 tlJc y iiifi f t CY IIt Silks Dress Goods Wash Goods Outings Flannels Notions Hosiery Underwear Comforts Carpets Mattings Rugs Trunks Suit Cases Shoes Hats Clothing Overcoats and the gl I Greatest Line of Ladies Tailored Suits Shown in the Jfe City of Richmondn tv 1 Find out every houses price on every thing you buy Dont let any house consider you as sure Make the house you buy from win your trade by Honest Methods and Honest Merchandise at Low Prices w t-C1flf f e = ti V Demand reason for the low prices and then satisfy yourself it is notallbait Hamilton Bros will give you a reason why they sell cheaper They buy tl iJ art tc r ffi f ft4 Enormous Stocks fiE Thyrall merchandise They sell for cash and lose no debts Their motto isIIQuickSalesand Small Profits Put Hamilton Brps to a test 1 Get their prices on SSiov standard brand merchandise then ifthtprieis lower than the price you paid youll be glad to save the difference next time t v i We Have Heavier Stocks and More Classy Styles Than Ever Before 0 IW 1 I no J- f u P Hamilton Brothersirner Kentuckyf L LW1I A u t u rn it StylesWith a Special Price Cham t New Fall arrivals in Dress Goods and Silks The handsomest and mosicomplete line we f have ever shown These cool days call for anew suit so if you want the Latest in Woolen Goods i at the lowest price call and see us for seeing ris believing As to our J SILKS They are the prettiest ever shown in Rich i mond and 0 how cheap they are We have all patterns in Persian plain or changeable Ask to see our nets over the Persian Silks for your new evening dre- ssOWEN McKEE DRY GOODS COMPANY The Richmond Climax WUSSED WEMBMT Bt TilE CLIMAX PRINTING CO Incorporated A D MILLER EDITOR t cl KtimiCKY v and FUBUSIERS FBICE 100 PER YEAR r INADyMCE- WEDNESDAY p OCT 19 ISHO L i TitE London Echo a leading Republi ln paper of tho Eleventh district pays rVtho following tribute to Jim Howard The Hon James B Howard of was in town several days this week and it is being quietly whispered about that he is a prospective candidate for Governor We are not in a position to vouch for the truth of this statement but one thing we can vouch for and that is that he is fully qualified to run for Govcnor on the Powers ticket and the most serious objection that wo now seo in supporting him is that we fear ho would not pardon Henry E Youtsey in time for him to make tho race for the fv United States Senate E Jvo USE to kick Mr tobacco man just intake your hat off to Mr Duke Presidont of the American Tobacco Company for rhohasyou Tho pool is defeated for ifthis year but many of the growers are Vnbt worrying and have sold their crop for as high as 12 els Of course this is 5Va very good figure but it means that some poor man will go hungry this win stcr tho man who stuck to tho pool Mr I JJuke said at the beginning of the Burley Y Tobacco Society You cant organ izo the Farmers and his predictions Mvero true It THE gambling joints at Lexington got jt where the chicken got the ax last Wcdnesday Paraphanalia was thrown rout the windows in some places by Sheriff Scott and his deputies No won tIer Louisville and Lexington are howl IBS about tho poor increase in popula rtion There are gambling joints in fiftho hearts of these cities out of which a man Is lucky enough to escape with his ife much less his money cgs ViCd8GBES8MA5 LAXOLET has called on URooseyelt to help him out in his effort to defeat Floyd Byrd in tho Tenth Dis- trictJ Roosy made a reply last week which was published in the papers of yUie Tenth declining Roosy is w e Ho doesnt want Langelys defeat Attributed to him Conservative people Tsay Langley will do well to carry Ris own county Floyd tJkMHS FBASCIS BEAUcnAMn tho well jkeown temperance leader of Lexington w hO signified her intention to run for Co44gress in tho Eighth failed to got ler name on the ballot Is it possible Ithat she or her followers forgot the t p1D Judge ORear slip one over on the eys last year or did Judge Carroll put ii ver last week when ho rendered that iieion in tim malt mead case Its a WJrTyictory for tho malt mead and 4i r beer dealers in Kentucky JlosaidMr Hog wasnt king of the feftdr Alexander tho Great who had no 5re worlds to conquer was not in a tawwfe better position Breakfast Tacon iitth5rtyFivo cents tho pound doesnt rwwry as I Uwr ARTHUR ROUSE Democratic MMtBee SOT Congress in the Sixth dis h4ft has been stung by Cupids dart and w5Rwed Miss Minnie Kelley of Ohio H k eertainof election now SwAiOK DOLIVEU death is a blow to Uwiwsurgent Republicans He was hIragainst those of his party who Might to oppress and gouge the com peeple XKWBTAiEU correspondent from fT Wagtn says the Republicans there yig for Langley but dont ex Hhim in Congress after aext WPERSONALS f ArTurpin hasreturned from 1iW1acbMr XX M Xc of Baltimore iii IfriwiU h re thk w ek s iIe of Kingston k vi t W to 8K Jowph M o ed HM L D Bultard have rer m Tblt telensas CHy 1WAri Bfirfo awl Wby lsjiftves i 1rk Urn Q J 5cms have ml evedfty 1nT hk BUiMo bu been qii Ufcj s wwk It hit horn IB Miss Carlisle Stoner who is attending Normal school has gone to MtSterllng for a visit Mrs Carrie Davidson has returned to Lancaster after a visit to her daughter Mrs Z T Rico Misses Julia Higgins and Bessie Miller were in Bcattyvilio last week for a short visit to friends Mrs George Gentry has returned from a visit to her sister Mrs Jacob Gentry in Winchester Mr Ed R Bales of Paris visited his mother Mrs J P Mann from Saturday until Monday Miss Edna Ballou of the county has boon spending several days here the guest of Miss Mary Miller Mr Edward Stockton was in Louis villo last week taking in the llorso show and purchasing some holiday goods Dr H C Jasper and W A Langford left Monday for Arkansas where they will make a business trip of several weeksSenator E H Ballard who has been in Platte City Mo looking after his interests in real estate has returned Chesley Sams and son William of Whitlock are visiting the formers daughter Mrs Millard Smith in Lan casterMr Ralph Smith has arrived to as sumo his duties as manager of tho un dertaking department at Bennett Higgins Mrs N B Dcatherago Mrs Jako Herndon and Miss Mary Turpin are vis iting relatives and friends in Kansas City Mo Mrs LaRuo Duerson was in Louisville to attend tho Horse show the guest of her sister Mrs Ray Bultman in the HighlandsThe of tho Twelfth Grade at Caldwoll High School enjoyed an outing last Saturday Prof Robinson and wife sheriff Bill Johnson ot Baron was here the first of the week at tending court Ho is a popular official in his section Mr and Mrs Harry Hanger were guests last week of Mr and Mrs Henry Bosworth of Lexington and occupied a very popu tar box at tho trots Cadet Paul Hangerof the Millersburg Military Institute spent Sunday with his parents here rolurning wIth his molher in their machine Mr and Mrs Thos Park and two children Bessie Carpenter and Robert of Versailles have returned home after a visit to Mrs Botlie Parks Mr J E Grecnleaf and daughter Miss Van spent last Saturday aud Sun day in Lancaster tho guest of Mrs Emma Kautfraan Mrs Charles Jets and handsome young son Charles Jr have returned from a visit to her parents Mr and Mrs Rich ard Cobb at Danville Mrs Frank Robinson and daughter who have been visiting in Danville have been in Lancaster for a short visit and will return home this week The German club met last evening to organize for the winter season The members expect to give several very swell germans during the winter season Miss Sue Scrivener who is teaching in Winchester public schools was at home last week for a short vacation with her parents Mr and Mrs L M Scriv nCr Rev Dr Scanlon of this cilyis preaching at Stanford this week and will begin a special series of services at Somerset next week lie will fill his pulpit here on Sabbath next MrsG E Lilly entertained with a beautiful luncheon in honor of hersiter Mrs J L Taylor who left Monday for her old homo in Versailles before going to her home in Kansas City Dr and Mrs Holton aad Mr and Mrs Dan Breck and little sen have returnee from Mason county where they spelt relathesTheyMr Daniel Benton of Leroy IlL ill here for a visit to his sister Mrs It JWhite and other relatives Mr Beaten formerly lived hero bulhs been a resl dent of that slate for ninn rrHco n Xr ana Mrs J W Arnold removing todato their now howe on High street XNBItnonFaristreet made vacant leIsOvji of Mr and Mrs Arnald MrG to Cobb M Cyntfciww hupurchased a lot In beautiful Hspit wood and will begin al MM ttMMeUoa Sfa MMera w lurhwU bonglit af willt BTtoir w JCir Oofcbj who k a well ijwu MtfiteUtt ef Harrfsoa- eowrty will MOV hU family here JCiwKaryLcfc y wbowutakMi ill ia DsnIlie on hr arrivcl from Kieh M nd a fdaysacWAII aWe to b out again yesterday Site jc TiriUnc her is4 Mrs Beebocj IL PrlosDeuvijj AdlVMaM MkBLAckey wOb rMiMn MsrpiMKnHwryS Baofwr Mri fttoma J tei fcft Henry Bow tt and Mf Frft MflGbwjr 1WwMt r coapowid I delightful motorific party to Louisville lstwoek U Mied UM 8oneabowU Dn 8nftIa4 fwirtly h v retarmd fros e2tIldOd Lrlpthroh the wsst Will wayUteywW points of inUrrt IB Ootorftdo Nebraska Iowa end th Dmkotfts wd returned via Chtoftgo where they remained a shot time The aany fri n4s fXr JW Craves will be grieved to rR hat ebe k quite fiJl and was brwgbt to a local hospital week S4i1eisUte wife of Kev J W Crates new pastor of the Mertwd kt church at 1chofasvill but who fornerly lived here where he was pee tor of the ItiehKoad church The Homo and Foreign Miekmary- Society of the Methodist church enjoyed a social at the herae of Rev and Mrs Cratchfie last Friday aflereooB from 3 to5 After the rsguiar en1rofblisin- ess delightful refreehments were served About forty embers were present Friends hero have received iavitatioas to the wedding of Miss Alice M Eubank of Virginia and Dr Daniel Louis King of Tennessee The happy event will take placo in Greensboro N C on October 26 after which they will go to Huntingdon Tenn to reside Miss Eubank has many friends in Richmond and Madison county She was art teacher at Madison Institute five years ago and pleasantly remembered here As announced recently Rev William Vanderpool and Miss Nettle Ware were married Wednesday morning at the residence of the brides parents Mr and Mrs Henry Ware of Cook Avenue Rev WilliAm Fryman officiating The bride is an exceedingly popular young lady Winchester Democrat Rev Vandorpool and bride arrived ia Richmond last Wednesday and are now at home OK GlyndeR avenue where they have gone to heasokeopiBg He is the new pastor of the College HilLXethodist church which circuit alee includes Red House Tho following wedding announcement from the Lexington Leader will interest people of Richmond where tho bride and groom are well known At noon in the parlors of Argyle Hall Campbell Hagerman College the marriage was solemnized of Mr R N Bcasloy of Paint Lick Ky and Miss Virginia King Professor B J Pinkerton was the offi dating minister Tho bride is the daughter of Mr W T King citizen of Garrard county residing near Paint Lick She graduated from Campbell Hagcrmcn College in the class of 1905 being one of tho handsomest and most attractive young women who have attended the schoolbright cheerful winsome gracious in disposition graceful in manners a most charming per sonality Mr Bcosly is an estimable citizen of Garrard county prominent in the business affairs of his community honored and trusted by all An engagement of interest to Central Kentucky is that of Miss Elizabeth Wall Allen of Millersburg and Mr Jesse M Alverson of Frankfort The engagement was announced by Mr Julian G Allen the prospective brides father at Millersburg The wedding will take place early in December and the young couple will make their homo in Frank fort Mr Alvurson was formerly Repre sentativo in tho Legislature from Lin coIn county and at the last session of tho Legislature was assistant clerk of tho Senate He is widely known over Kentucky and is well liked by all who know him Miss Allen is one of the most charming and beautiful young women In Central Kentucky Her father Is president of a bank at Millersburg Mr boingtllOsides on High street Ho was formerly a valued employee of the Climax office and his many old friends in Richmond will read with pleasure heabove an nouncement Mrs John R Pates entertained with a thimble party last Fridayafternoon in honor of her sister Mrs J L Taylor of Kansas City The invited guests were asked to bring some needlework and much good cheer prevailed while tho sowing went on A udique guessing contest in the form of transposed let ters was enjoyed When rightly placed tho loiters spoiled the many useful articles found In miladys work bor Twenty minutes were allowed to spell out the words at the conclusion of which it was found that Mrs Ansil D Miller had won tho prize transposing all letters correctly Tho prize was a dainty work basket equipped with the various articles of the guessing contest such as thread buttons floss stillcto hoops in fact everything needed in fancy work Tho booby prize a blue back spelling book went to Mrs W D Oldliam An appetizing lunch of salad beaten biscuit wafers olives and coffee was served Tho atralrWBS thoroughly in keeping with all former occasions In this hospitable home As Miss Ocssie McKee Mrs Taylor was one of Ken tuckys most charming girls and her visits home are a source of great pleas pro to her many Meads New Enterprise Richmond is to have a glove manufac tory Hurst Bros of this city are pro paring to begin work within a short time in the brick building ot the Rich mond Lumber Co formerly used as a gristmill It will bo overhauled and modernized and the machinery for the work will be installed as soon as possible The lower floor will be used as a retail grocery Sudden Death Mrs B L Middelfoa and fetfcer Mr Sharp left yesterday fee Shelby villa in reepeBM to ate notify lag them o thesuddeB4Hth ef tkeir retativMrs Lulls ArmslroBg Smith which earredat her home in that eky MlJy Monday awning A ap eIal- te the Dailies con erRiBg kr death says yHrs Lillie ArBtMritkwife of Kobert A Smith preMdent of this Beak ef Shelby viller aw OM oCt most prominent women in SlMHtyyiHe WM found dead In bed Xead jr wtorntof She we areat1y iIi hMJ- tIthada1Mt4aue oe 5tiflilm Piwi yt rifMi ehttrcb M Sfe ha- d1adIOgO to teas svi Xay and wIIM MI elferi WM Made to a wkeu- bc it WM fowad thatfie was axtfaet The wd cme KMM Up arjag th- enht PM SaOik WM th o ly Amj ter 0tbs late tIoIMirgek 4rtepe- eadti4d i wbo tbe Anrwtrooc lc kmfor a half eantury SlMu iww linder in tbacocial Irf of N eity Hl MM i iaeoi1lbtin WMUMS Wn wu wla y known all ow the Stata u a brilliant oui1Ii She WM a kwier te PrMbyterian Cburch work BeeidM her htubaod she to survived by eoe daughter Miss Emma Jonepbiae Snitb MM a brotber Geoeg A AnD Pool Is Off The Giowers Lose In ifbt WIL The Twst But M Come BacT 56on n ooTtM 110 Bitrior tobaoeo pool KM of clliy heist declared off This Miioa wM1Akeft Saturday dghat an cxtia e drfary iNc the District Board of DM Bwky ToWeeo Society flurriwlly ooBveaed and which WM heW at the Court looeeimLexiagton at which a resolution was unanimously adopted reeMMimJ grttMillWe pool be declared eIi ytctki aea oombe- I 1910 iaaeordeee with MM rasote tlea of July 14 deeiatksgthaL tine la effect the penile dissolved by this action the growers betag privileged te sell their tmbaeeo and the vetoes Nov ember 1 legally approving this reoem meedatien form wiM be a mere Matter of The resolution as adopted reioem end tag the dissolution of the pool k as fol- lOws TUB RSOLUTiO It k Amoved that wo approve the action of the president In calling the District Board in extraordinary session Since It has been reported to us that large numbers of tobacco growers out side of the pool especially in the so called Blue Grass counties are selling their 1910 tobacco and that the buyers are paying from 12 cents per pound up without even seeing the crop and pay- Ing no attention whatever to quality we feel it our dutya representatives of the tobacco peelers of the 1810 crop to now recommend the declaring of the said 1910 poel off so far areur authority ex tends Weare of the opinion that it would be unjust to those who have been so loyal for the pest four year and who by their sacrifices and allegiance have made th6c tobacco market to hold them white the opposition takes advantage of the situationOur in this matter Is based upon existing conditions and as repre sentatives of the people wo feel it our powerlwep0se58any obligation incurred by signing the 1010 pooling contract A telephone message was received early in the day Saturday by Mr Jesse Cobb the member of tho Board from this county calling him to Loxingt6n on tho first train to attend tho meeting Mr Cobb had just left the local meeting which was held at tho court house and hastened to the depot wherg he caught the 4 ocrock LA train arriving in Lexington at six MEETING HERE Tho meetingcalled for gathering of the growers of Madison county was held Saturday afternoon but little enthusiasm was shown lit Cobb mado a splendid address on stickingtogether but it was plain that those present were not anxious to pool It was reported that Trust buyers were in tho city Fri day and Saturday and purchased one or two crops for 12 eta without looking at the tobacco SOLD CHEAP Twentytwo hundred and seventy hogsheads of tobacco of the IDOl pooled crop were disposed of Friday at Lexing ton at the auction sales of the Burley Society tan average of 735 per hun dred The highest price realized was 1725 for C 1 grade which was origin ally listed at 27 and the lowest price was 4 for S 3 grade which was origin ally marked to sell at 10 The average Friday of 783 showed a decided slump from the market of the preceding days sales and tho executive committee considered tho prices so ruin ously low that they rejected everyone of tho sales made They have under the terms of tho sale a right to reject any and all bids made but they have not before exercised this right until yesterday This action is taken to mean that the sale is nearing an end and that as had been generally anticipated tho groat bulk of the 1000 pool will bo with drawn from public sale and hold in the hope of securing better prices at some future time Dandruff and Itching Scalp Yield to This Treatment Why experiment trying to drive the dandruff germ from underneath the skin with greasy lotions or fancy hair dressing when II L Perry Drug Store will guaranteoZEMOand ZEMO SOAP to entirely rid the scalp of the germ life that causes tho trouble ZEMOand ZEMOSOAPcan booblain ed in any city or town in America and are recognized tho test and most econ omical treatment for all ejections of tho skin and scalp whether on infant or grown persons One shampoo with ZEMO SOAP and application of ZEMO will stop itching and cleanse tho scalp of dranduff and scurf Wo invite you to try ZEMO and ZEMO SOAP and if not entirely satisfied we will refund your money Real Estate Master Commissioner Rice sold to O II Burdetto a lot in Bcrea for 200 C n English to Juliette English lot in Richmond forqOO Edith Jacobs to Lizzie logic lot in Berea for 250IProperty For Sale Oao nice building lot in Paint Lick two nice cottages and one building lot ofS 12 acres in Lowell This property will bo sold cheap if taken at once Dr John A Saowdwi Paint Lick Ky New Building Dr 1k II Gibson began yesterday to clear away tho debris free tkeMon Main street formerly the building occupied uThe country Store by Colyer Bros and which was burned about three years ageUewil begin at Oco the erection ef three story building including the basement which will be modern ia every pectTJie basement will be weed M a tailor or barber shop having plenty efreo and the ground oorwUie a handsome store room The seeowd fleer will be uWd for o4cei It will east about JI000 IhebuilQiACilxtcNMlsbaCk 80 feet Marriage LkenEi- ThosaaE K4H fwii M Laura Hornsby 18 both of Pit uk wera greetCdrntrla lic jiM Wedned day in the Cowiy Ce rt On Thursday two couples applied although it was the 13th of theinoolfe but ewh declar ed thy felt Otear of the uttktcky day They were Jfutoy Yfeib and Nazi BrumReM jjptk of naidJt 1 the second marriage of IibrickIwbe gas berae ai 31 Tbejr repaired to ueu of Itor A f Tribble Mar town where tin cere M qr waif fofand Emma ROM of White h1L Th ITCseventeen 0 J Richardson and MaUI Nash tbpthlt- oC Hamilton Ohio Applied lorliCftlrlast Saturday Mid were Judge Shacicelford The bride gave her age AS36 and her second marriage George Fowel and Kartitt Hwrison of Sand Gap Jackteo county were granted license Monday ad the knot was tied by Squire Dykes ia the Clerk office + t+ + 44+ e4l4et IIIsaIHUle CyIA Ceaeral l+444 + 4 ++ Thomas W ViMon MsistAHt Inso1Ib1ie Irntl1lClti- oitorilY IMIM a OM hundred pane btiHo fcia to the s feil trustees iatt DMbheM ofth 8Ut giving drawings 4eMscriptJotw of model school houtoi Steial att4nt1en will be made regarding ttilaticu sanitatioa aaigoodap pwrances of the houses One two three atMl four room school housesare givea in the model to b- esbmItted by M r T I a s ftR The bulletins will be of muei iaterest and assistance to the school of the State Mrr Vinson has given the matter Kuckjtudy and consideration and the results of his work will be appreciated over the stalet This Idea has pccn carrieu owtbY Supt Noland for some time and he is probably the first Supt in the state to adopt the method Last weeks issue of the Climax told of his excellent plans for modern school building at Bear Wallow Supt Noland was a busy man Satur day for it was pay day for the teachers and the chocks were welcomed visitors Many of the teachers received their checks at Kirksvillo whorel the Associa Lion of Educational Division No 4 was in session Tho check for Madison county called for nearly 5000 and out of this one hundred and four teachers were paid salaries ranging from 3300 to 0000 vjns Machine Mrs Willott Wise of 440 Walnut street was the lucky person in the ma chine drawing last week which the firm of Luman Higgins conducted This firm is agent for the Free Sowing Machine and in order to introduce it into tho county gave one away Any person who called was given a number it being unnecessary to snake a purchase Mr Leo Koons a representative of tho comp conducted the drawing Saturday afternoon before tin immense crowd of ticket holders The lucky number was 512 Was Loaded Sheriff McCord mado a big haul Saturday evening and has enough wet goods to start a first class bar Ho was looking for Bill Shearer of color on a warrant from the Madison Circuit Courtr and learning that he would return to Richmond Saturday evening from Winchester laid in wait When the gentleman alighted from the train Sheriff McCord nabbed him He had six quarts of whiskey and a quantity of beer which was confiscated and kohl for safe keeping Tho officers have evidence against several others who have been in tim habit of bringing it in from other cities and are on the lookout Will Get Pay Kentucky State Guards who did service in Frankfort during tho excitement following the assassination of Gov William Goebol in 1000 will be paid their claims in full This action has been decided upon by Gov Willson As soon as the payrolls orb properly audited the claims will be paid Tho amount due tho guard throughout the State Is about 20000 Only one company over received pay for their services the Maysvillo Com pany under Capt Horace Cochran who pressed a suit against the state and finally won When thcothcr cases followed Gov Willson plead limitation right in the face of hits Republican soldiers Demonstration The road men of tho L AAtnl L IN railroads who make this point on their runs were given a coarto of in struction this week in the efficiency of the airbrake and just how to use it Mr Frank Sherman of Mobile Ala the L N companys export has been herewith the specially equipped car sit the L A shops and daily demonstrations have bccii made Inside this car can bo shown a heavy freight train of 16 loads and the proper way to apply tho brakes and use the air to the Lest advantage I Leah be also constructed so as to show a passenger train of three coaches Mr Sherman will go to Beatty yule from here He travels the entire L N system giving these demonstra lions which include ctuns to trainmen on tho great value of being precautions against accidents and thus save human life Normal School Prof Slptts has just returned from very successful slt to Warsaw where ho represented the Normahzchool at the Oallatia vCouuly Teachers Institute Pro Stotts spoke on the subject 4The Normal school last Wednesday afternoon and at night he delivered a very forceful lecture on the subject The Old Order CliangcUi In handling this subject ho cautioned the young teachers to adopt tho modern ideas pro vided they wore found to bo good but not todepart from the old ways if they could be used with success upvyv Prof Stotls returned ho e Saturday 3ext SturdAye4sihe Normal School Athktio groiHHls the Lexington Hufh School foot ball team will HBQUP again t tb dermal team noeIa haUte royal k expeet ds CMclWiJlWR has been putting his MM through hrd pnMticft and clxims be Is gwiag te enftw thir contest wjwillbedraw Prof Craft is expected BoHsetlw latter part of the week Irons i MtMi1 of im dnS1sakg a inocline id feet nislMJlelMCfeury Mn Culbefte ktaadIe IhSbHtiOe5 of tkeporfe yiousl rtssdy UMft rig ProrWil R guv an inhibition in mjiauel iwteiBg Ktn d jMrtPMHt uair hit care peoree jnnking pre t it w ltaatton taeootMt fioor eI tliit MW jjwer i ut An a iU i MtSAty K Mnff at 44 Normal tebooi which ws- Onjoykiy IfeorottffMf fit wa LhS iectra by HIM Loob Coriastom who ha spats kai two JMAK teowL h illwtrdr 4 wkh besaU al1iJPsof k1 of C1l ackac derirtit Ml- vCo k8P th Oetrtea lUlyr Bftglm Pnutea GenBany Mi4 SwHMriMa aei her terAf Uwnl Uii she saw ier ouanmingty t 1dand eutertainiiig It WM widor the auspice of the modern language doparf nsent Not because it is a home product but smoke the GOV1 McCreary cigar because it contains the quality Try it ou1 Itdl Circuit rH tarts on Third Weeiki of Tern Second Week Taksn up Ty Interesting Cases The third week of thecwbraIer a MadisOn circuit owirt fe ww eaaad- both comsBonweaHH and civil boe ktls will oll1eup for the atteMWef th ourt Last week was a bosy eM and SCBIO ycry imp rtanJ8we1lIIo inter esting cases were disposed of Convictions last week were JORCJit Jones Winnie Smith J J Powers Powers Black Black Fniak Kennedy and Ernest Nbrthcutt all of vrhon plead guilty of selling malt meade and werq assessed a fine of 90 These dealers claim that they will abide by the warning of tho grand1 jury and stop sell ing this article in preference to answer ing to indictments The Advance Thresher se ll1WilliamsJuly 17 1908 The case involved the salo ofa separator A most peculiar case was before the court last week It was a suit to recover 5000 damages by June Short a young man of Valley View against R bt Daugherty a dentist also of that place Short claimed that tho explosion of a vulcanizer in the office of the dentist had broken his jaw knocked out several teeth torn his lip frightfully and otherwise injured him Tho jury rendered a verdict in favor of tho defend ant Oliver Thomas was given a sentence of from two to twentyone years in the penitentiary for manslaughter It will be recalled that ho killed Was Masters atValloy View sshorf time ago TIde was tho first caso to come uad t the new law recently passed by the legisla ture and known as the indeterminate sentence law Senator Claude Thomas of Bourbon introduced the measure It provides that tho Board of Prison Commissioners shall fix the exact time fora man to servo The jury fixes the verdict and tho Prison Commissioners placo the sentence according to the good behavior of the prisoner thus a person sentenced for manslaughter docs not know just how long ho will have to servo of tho twentyone years but realizes that his good behavior wilt likely parole or pardon him at any time This law has met with the approval of tho bar throughout thci state as well as the public in generalJ BEKTOS TALKS discharging the grand jury yesterday Judge Benton thanked them for their faithful services and tho work accomplished Hocallodnttcntionto the recent convictions in tho Malt Meado cases and spoke highly of the efficient service rendered in stopping the sale of this article of drinkiThe Judge called their attention to the statute in regardto a second convic tion for this offense which provides a bond to be executed by tho defendant in the sum of 8200 for good behavior for a period of 12 months At the discre tion of tho court this amount could bo increased if thought not sufficient and the failure to give would mean a jail term for a period not exceeding 00 days lIe also called their attention to the fact that the Cjurtcf Aprmls had rendered a decision a few days ago upholding a forfeiture of bond for 1000 in a case of this character where a defendant had been convicted alter giving bond Judge Bbnlou assured them that this would be lib course of procedure if parlies were again convicted RCoy C F Parks and N B IN were appointed jury com ioners for tho coining year and these men will draw the names from tho wheel for the courts of 1911 Charles orknerho was acquitted in the Madison court for the killing of T Q Quiscnbcrry is again in the toils of the law lie was arrested In Win chester last week cn H warrant from this county charging subordination of perjury and gave bond in the sum of 1000 with Robert Profit as surety Both parties reside Winchester Tho indictment grow out of testimony given the grand jury by Joe Howard who was a star witness for Forkner and who was convicted at this term for false swear ing and given a term in the penitentiary Now Howard claims that ho was bribed to give the testimony Both ho and his wifowero before the grand jury and gave testimony Cur Shearer of color was given a a flue of 25 and ten days in jail for car ruing concealed weapons Fletchers Williams was given one year Iii the jwn for housebreaking Ho broke into James McKinneys store In tile East Will Jack Burnside who helped himself to asuppl of racnt nt the home ofJohn Bildwin was given from Jwo to ten years in the pen under Iho indeter inmate sentence law Robt Edson was discharged after being tried for Breach of the Peace Richard McWliorJcr drew a fine of 25 and 10 lays in jail for carrying a dewly weapon Owslcy Shearer was also convicted on the same charge and givcna Hoed 50 and 10 days iii Jail Burton Rogers was declared not guilty OH + charge of detaining woman The1 case of Addlson Crcckmere w- seMlseo l until the Fcbrttary term An indictment against Abe Burton fur iktalninj a woman was quashejl- Eltord McWhorter shooting n sudden heatand passion OOlnd costs Tht trial of Charks Forkner on t rreotJ5uJotliination of pwiwry be pui Tacsilsy afternoon just c MM CHax wasgoinsto presst Tisets woes several absent witnesses on both skies tut it is expected the caso will be tried is both sides seem anxious Attorney Jolm Stophensbn of Winchester k asslstlngihc local counsel for t1e de- f9nse Tuosdny niorning the otJpwing eatreiKjtIi cases vofo tisposedof Joolri sliopliiigton the highway 5iaititidays BiI S4iecrer stcILUr g coal 38 d YtlJ j1f j5 Joe T4v1tig insudden beet sad lp 1qwiney petit- gulMir 15 It EI JFwr l sal of liquor 1501 gidi f SeIe As ito pt th WI- Asieeb n sf tOQUct dtus that wirehouai tot s W of tiIC IDtOesepcttobacccoii Ootober25th wbonaU bit bnyew will l ein atten Isnoe Won Drugget Dark Metp lfo of Cwlkge Hiii won the drugget given away art Saturday evening at Site iliantre for tM lucky nimtMv Tbto we k a 1300 kitchen eaIJ wm 1the priztI o L 0 MmaoK IrMDtL 0 11 JGIftVioPre WflXte Sec and MADISON TOBACCO INCORPORATED WAREHOUSE N Yi 6 6Near L fc ADepofRicbmond 6 6 DIRE1ORS F CD YAUGHT T J CunTrs E O MrLLIoc MiumoN oy T J SMITH L DKATHEKAOE The Burley Loose Leaf Tobacco Warehouse market for the sale of Tobacco Ye We have decided to offet yoa aR open hJlle cempethive ourmarket will tie jas cannot tell siUv lywbat your Tobacco will bring but can assure yoz that here as atTeungton and trepresented poodas any in the century Tile AJIlohuyil1ginterelswillbe doalfor oveTYsolialtod aotl1er loose Iclif marketslhroughollt the State square iierwhethw his crop is large or small Nearly 20000 Square Feet Floor Space Perfectly JA hleA Auction Sates DailyAudion Sales Daily Madison Tobacco 1VnrebouseCo Incorporated 4 =The Favorite Tonic fox Women DRHOAGS A bettle today will cesTlace m tills U SeldW STOCKTON SON Purchases Home Mr Z T Rico tho Main street merchant purchased last week from Mrs Rose Jarman her handsome dwelling on tho Summit for 1125 He expects to move to tho new location in a short timo It is now occupied by President Crabbe of the Normal school SomethingFor Nothing Buy a waist and we give you one Having some odd sizes in beautiful net and silk waists wo have decided to run them out at a sacrIfice price If you buy a 398 waist we will give you one worth 303 or any price you pay you will be given one at tho same price Como early and get your choice for such bargains only come once in a lifo time Owen McKee Years Ago In tho same office where John Ch cnault is located at presentover tho Stackton drug store he and Col Travis Morse who islioraoa i visit after an absence of twenty fivo tears studied law It was then used by the law school of Central University and many students who have since become prominent Attorneys first read Black storm in this room Judge Clicnault and Mr Morse graduated and then were law partners for about a year when Mr Morse decided to go west Seated in tho ofllce one day last week these men related many happy incidents of their law school days and their first year of practice Tho office at that time was occupied by John Bennett aud William Chenault a lending law firm but was aso used by tho University a a class room iFarm News Items of Interest to The Far iracr the Grower and the Stockman1 UUVr i Jcp Chonault purchased from J R McKinney 2 car loads of feeders last week at 5 cents TJ Curtis and Tames Cowan sold last Friday to James McKinney a bunch of cattle averaging about 1350 pounds for S5CO Dr John Snowden of Paint Lick sold to Vina McWhorter 2 acres near that town for 1800 Malcolm Olds etc sold toM P Kimbell 35 acres near Union for IOO Corn is soiling at 200 in Lancaster and Dan villa dealers are paying 250 Banks Hudson of Lancaster has purchased a quantity at 200 Myl what a crop this is going to be Joe Bales purchased last week for Swartzchild Sulzberger of Now York 100 export cattle that averaged 1520 pounds from Thomas D Chenault The total price was 1107500 It was A fine bunch of exporters and made about 0 cars Alt records on high prices of hogs have been broken At the sale of Cleveland Rose near Danvillo last Wednesday brood sows sold for from 35 to 850per head About fifteen were in the lot putunder hammer Stock hogs are certainly scarce and prices highest in tho history of Kentucky At the sale of Samuel II isle near College Hill last Tuesday prices were good and the bidding was spirited The farm of 355 acres was rented to Harvey Parrish for the sum of 1875 There are TO acres in corn 8 in tobacco Corn brought 270 in the field and yearling cattle were sold for 4C5 dl course Long Tom Cheuault Was therewith his fog hornv voice to make the sale all tko Moro successful Colorado E the defeated champion in the Futurity canto back with a rush Saturday and showed them just what ke had Lie won thin Kentucky stakes for 3 year old IrplterSt antl trotted tho- M Jin 204 14under the guidance of tbat veteran Gus Macy This is proof enough that the coli was not right when lee let Grace beat him in the rich Futurity on the opening d oflho trots This establishes a woridVreeerd which H Ukelyto stand for sometime AeeordiBir to the Cineifuwti Enquirer tIaynestobacqo crop te this county b Mk Ma dteappoiBtneiit It will rvot p s the billion mark set lot ia theiMrijr sjwing flieR after almost 40 COereemorethnia l0O had bee- nIs out iMMter Most faveeab1conditions tiM pleat started facwMd in moat- liesnising growth Jo a nwith h pronisd MMMwl yield front the toUt et 11 89 771 acre phmUd wwld lMihbn po4lDdshtiDetwith asisfaa Cold toras MM treat oratelciiiMrlyhiiU Iihj liatwr dla wbp iwj whe hh bottom JOMB UM arth dUM H tombed sets Mda cre sNd as ask the laeit M P rj lfOlh Xw1IGk 71 7wIie mow am 0 isjbiaJ9rfbow T r fell mot heavily on the iurk district so that thd aWof barley inKIlWckywUlbe 187632000 pounds compared wiih la1tt 1011109 The crop IS ntotietUlyVu out an lhoUHd and the ewiOC i pngraMiaj under mosi favor IftWaUyIehiP tu to ester Exception to this appMr in the reports from the MTvra ptQkat11f Closed its DoorsI Iclosedtional Bank EsamincraWarge Percy II Johnston is in charge of the institution Tho failure was caused by tho banks inability to pay several checks for large amounts Ithat were presented at the counter The National Bank Bcattyville succeeded the Bank of Bcattyvilio in 1905 and at the last published report Septem ber 1 had a capital of 25000 and a surplus fund of 3000 and deposits aggre gating 60000 Examiner Johnston has been in Beattyvillo all last week Tho di rectors have been meeting daily but wore unable to prevent tho failure At this time it is not known just what the final outcome will boo Whether there was any Richmond people interested in this failure is not known Of Interest Here A special from Knoxville says William J Olliver of this city has been awarded the contract to build 115 miles of railroad from Jackson Ky to Appalachia Va through a mountainous section The line will bo an extension of tho Lexington and Eastern road now TackIsonwith tho L Nand Southwestern roads Whilo this now extension seems to have no connection with the L A yet it is tho opinion of those who are on the inside that the L A will also bo extended through the Ken tucky mountains and may eventually becomo a big trunk line The L N controls both the L E and the L A and it is almost an assured fact that tho company is not going to keep the iJattyilleJunctionroad which is now in course of con struction from Versailles to Frankfort will bo ready for the operation of trains in about three or four months Tender Soles Its charitable to your hoes but lot fair to your feet to blame your 2oles when they smart and burn Your soles are intended to stand plenty ofuse and they will if your shoes are right Stand on th I Do i J We fo neat alt otMeka o delay TJte 8ut teak ft Co a Cash ban h9 bankhl call for It ii in a D uak prompt U security If have no then this fact make it your to open one Commissioners Sale Mrs Bibo Hootcn c PVffs- vs Notice of Sale Roberta Reed c Defts Under and by virtue of a judgment and order of sale rendered at tho October Term 1910 of the Madison Circuit Court in the styled action tho undersigned Master Commissioner of said Court will on Nov 5 1910 at 11 oclock M on the premises in Richmond Ky sell to tho highest and best bidder tho following described property vizAStoreHouse and Lot of Ground located on the north side of Main street in Richmond Ky fronting 14 feet on said street and run ning back 33 feet now being occupied by Cap Dickcrson This is very de sirable property Said property will be sold on 0 and 13 months time Tho purchaser required to execute bond with approved security bearing 0 per cent interest from date until paid to have the force and effect of a judgment and alien retained on the property untilall the chase money is paid H C RICE MC M C C Immediately after the foregoing sale according to tho directions of the will of John G Taylor I his administrator will sell at public auction on Nov 5 1910 his late residence at corner of First and Irvine streets nod lot 20 feet wide adjoining both in thin very of tho city of Richmond A splendid corner lot with brick residence and va cant lot for building A more particular description of both anti will be gladly furnished upon inquiry This property will bo offered separately and as a to bo sold in the way bringing tho most money Terms of payment will be 0 and 12 months with lien retained J E Administrator with Will Annexed smooth inner Crcssctt cole conforming to the foot comfortable for hours of wear CROi1 fSHOEMakeS TRADEMARK r usLEWISNORTH ABINGTON MASS I l t reserve you may worth white above pur vacant heart whole INC MADE c5 ShoesFor All Kinds of Feet 1t Call and See T1i R1gpt1 John E Sexton 209 West Main Our Prompt Order Deliver tof meats poultry etc rnectwjtljjo creasing favor as our service wbettcr It is our aim not alone tofu nish fc Beef LarnbMiatoS r Veal ltf Ham Chickens etc ut to clij r your orders regularhy How well vij ccdiashown by our increasing salesPotus-t the test with will please you CCCULTONSueoemoetoD 331 WEST MAIN STREET TJJIiEPHONE 186 Blue Grass Farms For Sale We have for sale 9 good assortmentof im djoiningc did Come and see them Send for list Dan MeMIlaii Comparty T ncast I1 telB1dgGeorgePWI icy FPi rity ofQsh biktOQt Trurt carries tefMr awl lharelore always poniiioa 6hJoans1f1Odepol ODaoeeptabk account Saturday being Saturday dimensions GUEENLBAF eENeli kaolin excellentd RorlgP and4ehjJspcomplly eaIyoedeavwe bargains State Bank Trust Company f i S J from from Umbrellas Oldest Established Clothing and Tailoring House in Richmond The Great 1 and 4 t be to your to see me before an eJ COY AgentKIRKSVILLE if 1tew = Ji J Weare establishedin our new quarters in the old City Hall building and are better prepared than ever to care foryour Bring us your Hides Furs and Iron Fresh Groceries and Vegetables season Grocery Company = ic B WALJKER Ladies ReadytOlW ar Goods Second Street I Richmond Ky 2 tJ t L Ready Business We hare received our fresh new stock of Staple andVlroGerem4 ecteerf a cordial invltalicw to ttojiefi to Bud see 1M Wi1 Jaawlliliiy TRASH VIOC1AB1Si ic tingto be f- oINIfy 1 U aM wear 01wrn giv iS OW u wf= I Lackeu Todd I L Telephone 62 Opera Houemi1dirij I SfBrlirig1 Clothes ARE THE BEST- CLOTHES I Bench Tailored RQady to Wear Guaranteed not to Shrink or Fade 50 years cxpenence the guarantee in suits all sizes smallest boy to largest man Newest stock incity to select Fine Line New S- LyicHats and Furnishing Goods Suit Cases Trunks etc at lowest prices fr r high class goods 1J a Stouffer REO CarTHE BEST MADE 2 Cylinders will advantage automobile T KENTUCKY Quarters skins in harman for fOOCkiaDd factory purchasing FIjTE Cream VrriliblflE WORW REr EDY THE CHILDRENS FAVOfttTE 7iWC- OVAE or IUITATICKS THE Genuine FHCPAHCD BallardSnov Liniment CC- RT TOUT fSO Sold by HENRY L PERRY JI T FERRIELL Real Estate Agent Oldham Duildi- ngRichmondKy R Emmett Million DennyDENTIST Over State Bank Trust Company TELEPHONE 200 f SULLJVAN AiroBNBYALAv RICHMOND KENTUCKY Jdlce over Mtate Bank Trust Co op joeito Court Honse on Main Street Harry M Blanton DENTIST 1SulnrUly 19 Dr Robt C Boggs J Dentist Teleplionj267 I rL Office in Oldbam Building You can buy almost any Kind ot Autom biWyouwant cheap and ba easyterms from R A BARLOW Agent Automobile Clearing House Chicago Ask him about The Badges Steersman 525tf Dr C H Mainhart OMa McKtI1lPtlYekrIQll lJge- of Ch Veterinary Surgeon Office at J R Azbilf Stafcte Oflte Phone W Re Phone 532 fRiOOODd Xy irIk fwr peltey to wait untill you have a BM to begin ihiakSBg sheet iMonuvoe DoM We riteth b s policies K utHk 1 1 r iaWe er wheat erppywi fanwt eeaiiee and didriJ1 coin Bee D a Bbaofel ord It Oo Mr Bob L JBurnam baa aTdded to ie Fba laauanctf Coi a jaf iTke IllaMrr Hay 1T1T IwfttfancaCbL a Caa JIII8Tl tk ta1 1 awt orpltui Support a home buUtntion and demand a policy in tbia new corn pMT U lie Richmond Climax PWIUIM nulWIIIIIII 1f THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO Incorporated AD MILLER EfMTOK Mlt4nl PREts ATtIII IPtJMMtEK FWCE 100 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE WEDNESDAY OCT 19 1910 9 Democratic Ticket FOR GONOBESS lION hARVEY HELM Of Lincoln Count- yAinouucerneaIs FOR SHERIFF We nro authorized to announce ELMER ORATIIIH AGE a candidate for Sheriff of Mndtmui county tmbject to the action of Democratic party- We nrc nutlioiizol to announce JOHN E IsAUMVIN n candidate for Sheriff of Mad Dun county subject to the action of the Democratic parly- We are authorized to announce N H JONES u candidate for Sheriff of Mmllson county subject to the notion of the Democratic party SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENCE We ore authorized to announce BENJA MIN F EDWARDS candidate for Su pcrintcndentof Public Schools of Madison county pubject to tile action of the Democratic party FOR JAILER VeareuuthorlzedtoannounceMORGAN TAYLOR a candidate for Jallerof Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR ASSESSOR We are authorized to announce W F IAI NAN a candidate for Assessor of Mad Ison county subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR COUNTY CLERK We are authorized to announce LnRue C House a candidate for County Clerk of Madison county subject to the action of Democratic party Deaths From Grip There was a noteworthy decrease in the number of deaths from influenza com monly called grip in 1909 in the Census Bureaus death registration area represent ing over 55 per cent of the estimated population in continental United States in the year in question it is to be seen in the sensus bulletin on mortality statistics for 1909 prepared by Dr Cressy L Wilbur chief statistician for vital statistics and sub mitted to Director Durand The deaths from influenza numbered 6649 in 1900 as compared with 9989 in 1908 in the registration area This is considered remarkable since bronchitis and pneu monia diseases classified under respiratory diseases but usually closely associated with influenza showed for bronchitis about the same number of deaths and for pneumonia a marked increase for 1909 Pneumonia in the aggre gate caused more deaths than other diseases except tuberculosis The number increased from 61259 or 136 per 100000 population in 1908 to 70033 or 1066 per 100000 population in 1909 the latter number being only 7 less than the number 70 040 from tuberculosis of the lungs The rates from both years were lower than for any previous year of the de cadeDiseases of the nervous system increased from 71 090 for 1908 to 71656 for 1909 the amount of increase 3566 or 5 per cent being slightly less than the average for all causes The death rate fell from 1579 to 1531 per 100 000 population The increas ed number of deaths in this class was due chiefly to apoplexy those reported from meningitis showing a marked decreaseEntries With the time Jor filing certificates of application to nave the names of candidates in the November election placed upon the ballot expir ing Saturday the complexion of the voting sheet is now certain EssishmntSec retary of State 1V S Ball has closed the cage on all ambitious candidates for the list is now made up in itsfinal eompl t nessDemocrats Republicans Socialists and Socialists labor candidates have filed certificates and the fall ballots will bear their names in their respective districts In every election for an pjKce there are from two to f uroriive candidates with the excep tion of the Court of AppeaW seat from the First District where Judge Thomas J Nuun has no opposition His Republican opponent Judge Speight recently withdrew from the race leaving clear ReId to the nominee of the Democratic party For some Teaspus act cer tificate of nominiMidii was received from fr1 Beau champ pf LexiujgrtOQ who an nounced several weeks ago that she would be a candi date for Congress from th Seventh district on the Prohibition ticket Whether she has decided that she would enter the race or failed ofa sufficient number of petitioners ia not known Lb t I1M Poison aw Upheld by Court of Appeals Druggists Can Sell Only IOnPrescription board of pharma cy woa ayictorjrin the Court Of Appeals Thursday when the case of Katzman vs Com raon wealUi from efferSin was affirmed The effect Of the decisionis that a druggist cannot sell morphine or other poisons to anyone except up on the prescription ofa physicianKatzman is a druggist and he was indicated upon infor mation furnished the Com monwealth through the State Board of Pharmacy for sell ing morphine to tv man with out the written prescription of a physician and without satisfying himself that the poison was to be used for legitimate purposes and with the knowledge that it was in tended for smoking purposes or habitual use Attorney for Katzman contended that the words retail and legitimate purposes as used in sec 2630 of the Kentucky Statutes were too indefinjte and uncertain and therefore the statute is invalid The court here in an exhaustive opinion by Judge Carroll says the language of the statute is sufficiently specific and upholds the fine imposed jon Katzman This is a test case and one that all the better class of druggists have been urging for a long time What Cures Eczema We have had so many inquiries lately regarding Eczema and other skin diseases that wo arc glad to mako our answer public After careful investiga tion we have found that a single wash of Oil of Wintergreen as compounded in D D D can be relied upon Wo would not make tills statement to our patrons friends and neighbors unless we wero sure or itnnd although there are many socalled Eczema remedies sold we ourselves unhesitatingly recom mend D D Prescription Because We know that it gives instant relief to that torturing itch- BecauseD l D starts tho cure at the foundation of the trouble Because It cleanses soothes and heals tho skin- Because It enables Nature to re pair tho ravages of disease Because Tho records of ten years of complete cures of thousands of the most serious cases show that D D D is today recognizod as the absolutely reliable Eczema Cure Drop into our store today just to talk over your case with us Stockton Son Richmond Ky Tribute to Doctors Dr J N McCormack of the State Board of Health of Kentucky in the course of a paper read by him at the recent session of the State Medical Association in Lex ington paid a deserved tribute to the medical profession and reminded the public of some things that are too often overlooked Following is an interesting extract from his paper Most people are attached to their family physician but few of them think or speak kindly of other members of the profession It is but fair to say that this is largely a reflection of the way a majority of the physicians of the oldschool of the same community spoke of or treated each other The profession came to recognize the enormity of this evil and the dis aster it had brought upon the people and it has become one of the most harmonious of the vocations but the effect of this change has only reached the more intelligent classes and while the individual doctor stands high with a few people his patrons the pro fession as a whole ranks very low in public esteem Asa matter of fact ours ib the only vocation organiz ed and working systematically against its own interests In so far as it succeeds in preventing tuberculosis typhoid fever and similar diseases it diminishes the incomes of its members This is done because ours is essentially a humanitarian calling in con sLant touch with sickness suffering and death and that it has been found far easier and safer to prevent t1 anto try 1o care for these diseases For much the same reason physicians do more charity every day inevery year than all other vocations combined anti never takft t ut a patient 1newreaedYQrinventJonTh pert why the average income of the physicians of Kentucky is less that 80QV It is im portant that the officials and people be informedpf these facts that a misconception of the purposes theprofessioD may not obstruct this most- UDlelflsliwork LIEU I U Some Quail i There isa goodly supply of quail in Madison this yea- reecitllytbat portion of the county where the birds have always been found The new law l1a made the sport in Kentucky almost what it was years ago The protection to the birds under the new law which was passed about six legislaIturehas ber wonderfully Thereprom ises to be fine sport in parts of Estill Jackson and Rock castle this year for the local hunters Banish Catarrh Breath Hyomei for Two Min utes and StuifedUp Head will Vanish If you want to got relief from catarrh cold in the head or from an irritating cough in tho shortest time breathe HY OMEI pronounce it Highomo It will clean out your head in two minutes and allow you to breathe freely awake or asleep HYOMEI will cure a cold in one day it will relievo you of disgusting snuflles hawking spitting and offensive breath in a week nYOMEI is made chiefly from euca lyptus a soothing healing germkilling antiseptic that comes from tho eucalyptus forests of inland Australia where catarrh asthma and consumption were newer known to ex tIIIYOMEI is and easy to breathe Just pour a few drops into the hard rubber pocket inhaler breathe it and cure it almost certain- A complete Hyomoi outfit including inhaler and one bottle of IIYOMEI costs only 100 atdruggisls everywhere and at 1k L Middeltons If you already own an inhaler remember that you can get an extra bottle of IIYOMEI for only 50 cents Keep It Here Of course its business for everyone to buy as cheap as possible yet there are some exceptions to this rule which if practiced by business men of a town would bring better results A representative of a foreign firm offers the local merchant a very low price on printing The sample looks good and the merchant gives an order Now the money that goes never returns for they make no purchase from the mer chant The local printer asks a living profit for the work and all the money is turned back into the local channels of trade and the firm gets their share Isnt it better to spend 1000 at home than to send 750 away Dont Be Bald Nearly Anyone May Secure a Splendid Growth of Hair Wo havo a remedy thathas a record of growing hair and curing baldness in 03 out of every 100 cases where used according to directions for a reasonable ledgth of time That may seem like a strong statement it is and wo mean it to be and no one should doubt it nn til they havo put our claims loan actual test Wo are so certain Roxall 03 Hair Tonic will cure dandruff prevent bald ness slim ulato the scalp and hair roots stop falling hair and grow now hair that we personally givo our positive guarantee to refund every penny paid us for it in every instance where it docs not give entire satisfaction to tho user Rosall 03 Hair Tonic Is as pleasant to uso as clear spring water It is delightfully perfumed and does not grease or gum the hair Two sizes 50o and 100 With our guarantee back of it you certainly take no risk Sold only at our store Tho lloxall Store II L Perry Richmond Ky We Would Ask For And B Pleased To Receive Your Patronage We have taken active charge of the management of tho Richmond Steam Laundry and aro much pleased at our increasing business Every customer helps some and we would like to have every one with us Wo have no ad ertising schemes but will do good work foryou and to your entire satis factionsAs we have no other business and no estate on tho outside our flying depends on this and wo have to do good work Wo havo a Dry Cleaning department in connection with the laundry whore especial attention is given to work for the ladies Call for us 127 Irvine street or ring 52 Work called for and Mivered freo Respect fully yours James Wand Lucy Lackey Moore In a Bad Way Many Richmond Reader Will FeeIGratefulforfhisInocmatfoo Wlwn year back glvesoHt lJeci n P8 lame weak or achiag When urinary uotibjeeaet in Your ki iueyn are a wav DiMtiis Kidney Pils wiH eaw you Here is good evideaee to prove it ILr C Grcowide blACkemith 26 Queen St Me Seriimr Ky aye J attribute mr lu4 trouble to the eon Mftut strain required in my work se- ft biaek mith WhlL1 war never iu act cciidilJoa that IWBS not able to work nevrtb lee I was 11I1D11 1 also had seVere aitackeof lombaxo which Minetiaiee httad for weekn end made my life a burden I aw ptewad to say that Deans Kklnej Htto gnra m prompt relief from tbe last attarfc and eioce t iur them I tare bad no reouranea I am ataaeed Co reeoaoaeud lisle teiBedf to other BHiferers from kidney complaint For vale by all dee Price W cent FcsierMilbaru Co Buffalo New York sole aceuta for the Uuited State Rrnoeniber the uamDanltake no other 0 Everybody U calling for Qov Mc Creary cigar the beet over placed on the market Trained to Duty Is the Wrfc That Should be Imposed Upon Children at Schoel and Likewise- at Home So frequent has it been that the public schools force toot many and too difficult tasks upon the pupils that any contrary statement is read with surprise The retiring president of the National Ed mcation Association recently expressed his disagreement with the prevailing view when he said the fault too common in many of the best schools is that of making the way too easy for the child He feared that such easy and rapid transit methods would produce a crop of intel lectually spoiled children flabby of mind weak of will superficial in character in accurate in scholarship doing nothing well except what they like to do He urged that they should be trained to do whatever is their duty to do whether it is pleasant or not and that the accomplishment of the needed work should provide sufficent joy This is a wholesome doctrine to preach to young persons and to those engaged in training the young It ap plies to parents as well as to more formal teachers Many a parent who has struggled to overcome obstacles resolves to save his own youth The children thus trained bring forth other children who us ually go to the dogs The rule to find out what ahoy likes to do and let him do that is good provided in ad dition you find out what he does not like to do and make him do that also The mind and the will need discipline as well as the body A boy gets strong through using his muscles until they ache and then through keeping on using them until the ache wears off and flabbiness becomes firm ness Then he can endure It is a wholesome sign of the times that teachers are com ing back to belief in the value of good old fashioned mental discipline Jewish Holiday The Jewish festival the Day of Atonement Yom Kip pur the Holiest day in the Jewish calendar fell this year on the 13th day of October The Hebrew date is the 10th of Tishri The festival is ordained in Leviticus XVI 2934 and XXIII 2632 In both passages it is styled A Sabbath of Solemn Rest Orthodox Jews of Richmond observed this holiday and stores were closed from Wednesday evening at 6 until Thursday evening at 6 The Israelite conformably abstains from all manner of labor and spends the day in prayer and medication pours out his heaat before God con fesses his guilt and solemnly asks pardon from God for sins which he has committed against him He does not however obtain pardon from sins committed against his fellow being unless he has righted the wrong he has done to him Atoning to God for their sins by offering Him their contrite heart and sincere promise of amend ment makes them at once with him This atonement or being at one with God is the source of consolation and strength to the truly religious man or woman Public SaleOF LAND As executors of Curtis F Burnam de ceased we will offer for sale at public atctfc a tractoraoout 180 acres of kad located on the waters of Drowning Qreek in Ertill county The lead is one mile from Paaela a stati- onotheLAlLRaodfroeIs en the P Bote and Loc stBfai ek Road and Carrs HHI Read and fe aWottt 13 Miles frotrt Richmond and aVout 9 mile from Irvine It unbounded en the North by the taa4s ef Reberf hAhN ud 0 C eDgeaRdKTho Kindred nod on the fist by Rob ert Lakes The sale will take ylMr the JMatll eteleilt S Saturday Get 29 1910 and peMectioa will bivte tm UM Ik day p1 January 1911 Terms ol tale The luri will be seW on UM foliowing ere IIM ObeOOM January 1i4JMrTl1811 end owythW Januwjr 1 lUte Uu hut two ptyhts to bear ikxeit at tk ior1 cant per avram fKMi January 1 Ill wkl are to W H BM by lien retervfed in deed Tbe purebasari win be required to five JOOdpenciMl eeoartty for pY8Dt4ue January 11911 at which time deed wilt be med and pbuession given This is a good farm well watered and productive land A R StjT S Burnam zsalC F Sanaa RursITefepnones refdencesHy time This can be accomplished by means of our telephone service whlci you anti your neighbor can get for a sum that is small compared with the beno headqtiartersNaahviilerate If at preeeat you are not enjoying telephone service we can immediately MississippLouisiana EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE CO Incorporated t p ep r It I Good Things to Eat IThats tra carry Whether its a staple like sugar or a fancy table deli cacy like imported cheese we have it In a quality absolutely dependable I storeI I I Each brand competes for preference I and none gains a place on our shelves I standard if it falls of to measure up to our highIcontestI t ELECT iOFFEE = a smooth and dainty blend nf selected highland grown beans the Turrets The dcicestIdrycuring the r improves it ccfIeeII In using Elects Coffee you are sure ofIthe finest quality a satisfaction that itself would make Electa worth moreIthan other coffees I Compare it with any you ever drank t before like the rousing flavor end the Ill rious e- mmaITateand I SonI Telephone 35 t f S S pSSappSS SSeSS S S S SeCk Jas Be Parke Handles Only the Best in Groceries Fruits- Vegetables 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 1r1L- I FOR SALE A handsome bran new residence on Woodland avenue one of the most beautiful streets in Richmond I Ky and contains 3 rooms and hall upstairs and 4 rooms hall kitchen pantry front and back porch a splendid cellar with concrete floor well drained good coal house stable and other outbuildings All the wood work on interior ef house is finished in natural wood and rooms are hand somely papered For particulars call on W L LEEDSAT THE SAME PLACE WOODLAND AVENUE RICHMOND KENTUCKY i r 6fi = Antic Photography Bring in the babiesI make a specialty of taking their pictures McGaughey the Photographer NVWHIIEThe Old Reliable Dry Goods Man Late Summer Fabrics are now fill ing our shelves also a complet 9 showing of I School Dress Materials We carry a full line of Novelties and pur Lace and Hamburgs are un urpassedOur cash system- of doing business enables us to give our custom- ersEspecillaY Low Prices i We are always glad to have you Ucall and inspect our goods NY WHITP0 SJree Mow FttStII RICHMOND i s r1 i j j FirstShowthg of e Pall and WinterStyles We offer you the widest range of selection in Suits and Overcoats ever shown in town I We welcome your inspection of these new arrivals We wont ask you to buy but it is well worth your time to see this assortment of styles for Fall and Winter ADLERS COLLEGIAN CLOTHES are decidedly stylish Suits and Overcoats which can be depended upon to give good service We know they will i give you satisfaction because we know how they are made This showing includes snappy styles for young men and garments of more dignified elegance for the older men who prefer the more subdued styles You will be welcome to look at this showing of Fall and Winter clothes Suits and Overcoats t 1500 to 3000 Shoes Hats and Mens Furnishings ioyi1iJ S Stanifer Propb Corner Second Maui Richmond Kyr t HOT BLAST A Depositor at the State Bank Trust Co has many advantages besides the safety of his money Ho can put notes and drafts rn for collection borrow money on acceptable security call on the bank for any ad vice of a financial nature You will bo entitled to these courtcsM Ujbet CompanyII tilobe Air TightHOT Burns Slack or Soft Coal Without Smoke or Soot Heats double the space heated by any other stove with half the fuel Clean neat economical The Kind to By for Service A money saver for people who want a good stove at an honest price See it in qperationyou will like it SOLD EXCLUSIVELY BY c D Buckley Co East Main Street Ladies ReadytoWear 4 Oarmen ttltrm Fall Stock is Now In rare invited to call and inspect our hand i some tocka 0 r JM BarlowInBuildiogwkhFFJYeei 1 K 4tI Ridimond 1kn 7it 4 1 W1r fk Follow t = Com KM Declined fa Price Wil1Mr orTromp Hoe Follow II Siitt- iCA tlfJtMl deli iUpricC eUlYfoll9tlJJIMJ contfy yerlMadisn- county peepkt liX this reason otbersIIIISJ1ythlngQuta bear argu the present at least although it may reasonably be construed as such for the last half of the winterCheaper corn means less costly production of pork hence added incentive to put weight on the growing crop Cattle feeding is general and on a large scale all over the corn belt consequently a large number of hogs will be needed to conserve waste So many cattle have been put in for finishing purposes that stock hogs are at a premium nearly everywhere which accounts for the scarcity of bacon ma terial at the market Feed ers have recently got down into the dry districts of the Southwest to secure stock hogsNone of the new hog crop is likely to press on the market early in the winter packing season Many of the gilts will be reserved for breeding purposes as high prices have drawn most of the old sows in the country to market thus holding back a considerable proportion of the new crop until next summer or until after the 1911 pjgs have been weaned With plenty of corn gooa hog health and favorable weather no reason for send yardsIWith 45cent corn even 7cent hogs will pay good dividends Just about three years ago Somebody asked somebody for a dollar and precipitated a panic when the country was full of hogs and corn high Conditions are exactly the re verse now Corn has been steadily declining while hogs are by no means plentiful Even with 20 per cent more in sight than a year ago an excess would be impossible Whenever the packer puts his hand on the pulse of the grower by the bear rapid pro cess he discovers the humor willIduring the coming winter packing season unless the grower changes his ideas radically School Music All parents who intend to have their children tako piano lessons at tho City High SchooL will please notify Miss Harriet Parrish at once As is well known Miss Fairish has been engaged by the Board of Education to have charge of the piano lessons and parents will do well to see Miss Parrish in regard to this work at their earliest con vcnicnco tf DLHQAQso- BIooc1 and- Restorative Liver A Lkic Lcie JhJ P iriTiE RELIABLE XEMEDY frlie J= MWy lhJu- JSkiDwMet StreagKtens the nerve makes aew appetiteMoretrangth to it thaitanyother remedy Dont wait a today sOW BY Stockton Son Reason For High Cotton Prices Thd Republic asks why 20cent cott rtshouldbea strong Republican argument in the south this year The answer is that under the last Democratic administration and downward tariff revision cotton got down to five centsGluge Democrat Did any downward tariff devision ever go farther down in the case of cotton than the present Aldrich law in which cotton and waste or flocks are enumerated among the items on the free list in accordance with the policy of enabling highpro tected manufacturers to buy their raw materials cheap and get bigger prices for their own goods As sus pected the GD includes Republicanism among soil exhaustion boll weeviland other devastating causesthat now Send the cotton quotation up to an abnormal figure St Louis Republic Trouble ahead There will probably be anew church in Winchester in the near future Petitions are now being circulated ask ing for letters of withdraw al from the First Baptist church that cityA consider able number of signatures has been obtained It is said that difference of opinion as to the scope of the church work has caused some dis satisfaction during the last year or two arid has finally culminated inthe present move Think of This The asylum at Lexington is now so crowded with patients that no more can be cared for at present Saturday morning Dixie Strode was tried on a charge of lunacy at Winchester and ordered sent to the asylum George Hart deputy sheriff took the woman Lexington but when he was told that on account of the crowded con dition there was no place for the woman he was compelled to bring lier back to that city Peoria DrillDont Over Look the Best The greatest Drill of the age Has put new life into whet thathasthis Drill until you seeifc You cannotafford to buy until you know its features oyer others For urlier information call and Se- eD J Shackelford Co1 Hardware Tinware Stove and farm Implements fUSION POOL aP- LANADOPTED y SieWj WtttwmnlI- tltVtS otttfnOfl iS FMtML RESOLUTION 6IYEH IX FULL County Put te Be Engineered by InaepewJefit Committees and Will Be Merged If trngTrustes te Meet For Inventory Final Vote Will Be Taken ixlngt Kjr Special lTkot- rlctUoM of the Burley Teeee Society pMwd a teeotatloa which ptevMec Zc atuloapooland puts an uriIy aew phMe pa the sJtHft ttea k the Burley dlMrlet Frsms 4tUae pkn and Uw Beard which aqaBkoouBlr adopted it believe it turnlefees the solatkiH ef the aeaeral demand for a guaranteed strong pool arM pooL In general application the propos tleBi provides for the conditional pledging of tobacco la county pools pledges te be held la trust by com mlttecs selected by the signers lade peadeat of the Burley Society These county eoaamitteefl will meet la Lex ington Oct 31 and take an inventory et the conditional pledges taking into consideration the tobacco Al ready in the Burley pool Committees will then separately either vote their pledges Into the Burley pool or destroy the contracts as the individual committee may itself decide The Fusion Resolution Following is the resolution That we recommend a mass meet- Ing to be called at the county seat or some other central point in each county on next Saturday Oct 15 1910 at 1 p m for the purpose of discussing the pooling of the 1910 crop of tobacco and suggest that the majority of the people at this mass meeting select a committee of three or more said committee may be bankers lawyers business men or tobacco growers to hold aIl the pledges signed on and after Oct 9 1910 with the understanding that this committee shall bring said pledges so signed to a meeting of all the counties to be held in Lexington on Oct 31 at lOa m with the understanding that the majority of the committee so selected from each county be empow ered after hearing the reports from all the counties present either to deliver the pledges to the Burley To bacco Society or take them home and destroy them The decision of the majority of that part of the committee present from each county shall bind the pool ers signing said pledge Final Vote On the Pool Pursuant to the resolutions passed at the July meeting providing for a vote by the growers In the Burley pool the Board passed the following resolutionThat set tho date for voting the 1910 pool on or off at the various precincts in the different counties for the first day of November 1910 and that each County Chairman or Coun ty Secretary be requested either to telephone or telegraph us tho vote of his county as soon thereafter as pos sible and not later than p m9f that date so that the District Board may declare the poor on or off as per vote taken It was the unanimous belief of c gathering which voted as a unit that the fusion plan solves the problem of a successful pool SLUMP CONTINUES WITH POOL TOBACCO AUCTION Over Thirtyone Hundred Hogsheads Sold at Lexington Trust Sends No Buyer Sale Continues Lexington XySpeclalAt the three opening sales of the 1909 pooled tobacco by the Executive Board of tho Burley Tobacco Society acting under a resolution of the District Board 3143 hogsheads were sold Thursday and Friday The average price of the first day was 1391 and for the second day 1233 with a range of prices of from 8 cents for G3 to 18 cents for C2 About a dozen independent manu facturers have eenthe only par chasers the American Tobacco Com pany not having a representative at the sole Buyers Liked Own Terms The opening sale was considerably delayed with parleying between Ja Conference of the buyers and the Ex ocutive Board The buyers commit tee objected to the terms of sale an nounced by the Board and endeav ored ti hove their OWH terms ruic The KzecBtive Board declined to make the pr6pe ed changes twd thee te proceeding under original terms The usual recess from Friday Tuesday caused a suspension of It was announced that the void continue indefnHely Storerlreland Letters The thiug iliati Mr Boos c vroundIvaaserLed lin19O J pIrthe president not merely hdji iForpchedmerely to sayow that be will not r eHbhecaae is in reahitya cwi fe ictfi tlRthe is unable to meet fliie damfl ng impilca tioa of the wj ers SrBjx erelt friends especiai ty his friends add empioyee lie Ae Outiook office ought lo fceli him tbat Diis will gsveL do and that itb does not instantly take 8 patO meet the terrible exposure of iiI K bi1rs Stprer iws eYn d the press will H wp streaking generally as the world does editorially olthe babituU inyeracitj of Theclore Roosevelt New York Evening Post THISPAPE1 REPRESENTED FOR FOREiON i A0VCRT1SINC BY THE R c animAl OPII1CD NCW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES till AM THE PRINCIPAL emu 6 IIRIi 0 farm News 1 Kerns eikif real SThSYMh uerIIIe =aIMIlIIMit jThe Cincinnati Enquirers corn crop estimate roy 1910 for Iventuckj is 83639000 acres producing 08i 250000 bushels nearly 2000 000 in excess of the 1909 crop The corn crop of the United States for lOLO will excced2750000000 bushels and will be nut far from 250 000000 bushels larger than that of 1909 and will yield the farmer 1400000000 A special from Washington says The production of spring wheatas estimated by the crop reporting board for 1910 was 233475000 bushels compared with 290 823000 bushels in 1909 the yield per acre being 118 1581Inaverage The production of all wheat for 1910 was 691769000 bushels compared with 737 189000 bushels in 1909 the yield per acre being 142 bushels compared with 158 in 1909 and 141 the tenyear iverageVthe quality was 931 per cent The corn crop was 803 per cent of a normal on October I or at time of harvest as compared with 738 a year ago and 7S4 the tenyear average according to the crop reporting board of the Department of Agriculture whose October crop report was issued at 230 oclock last Monday Now is the time f rotJ1 farmers to go through their corn and select their seed for next year Snap it off and strip off part of the huskand hang it up in a dry place Select it of good type and from good stout stalks not tO tall There is going to be a great deal of soft imma ture corn this falland the man who doesnt seect his ce lnow is liable itBhaver- itrouble with the seedprlm next spring Do it llmi Bradley Wilson one of the leading speakers and organ izers of the Burley Tobacco Societies was in Danville last week and stated that all of the 1909 pooledwill b3 sold under the h f1eJ1at once even if the price should go down to three cents a poundHe does not consider the future outlook for the tobacco growers in the Bluegrass section very hopeful He claims that the growers in the hill country which em braces a very large per cent of the tobacco producers of the State will crowd the JBluegrass growers out of the industry as they can produce the weed so much cheaper the Jan d at the outset being low priced and labor in the hill sections is likewise 1ower The pool is stronger in the hill counties and those grow ers are said to be sore because the Bluegrass farmers are taking so little interest JIltbepouJ and are willing to throw their crops on the market at very low prices Georgetown is Dry f Lastweel the Court ofap pools affirmed the judgement of the Scott County Circuit Court in the case of Jno G Cole O vs GH Nunnelley c the court holding that the Vdrys carried George town by a majority of one Tate und that the city js diy AJockI option election Jor the City of Georgetown was heW ia July 1JX6 The reV turns showed a majority of one fortbeufetaThaeoa- utyelection Comm jJ1 olI rs decided th tjtwas a tie each side receiving 526 TOe 3hta election wee contested aa4 tbe Board of contest dr cwM tit the Irys had three majority rThe OM m kDtQtJi Circuik Court aqd this Court decided Usl eddrysUwoobY oae YQt- eThe case waS affirmed and the Court of Appeals now up holds the Circuit Court The wets will file a poLl tion for rehearing The Attorneys for the Local Option people have filed a motion before the Court of Appeals asking tbe Court to issue its mandate in this case at Ottce Is repre your ptute sad your pciidence ae thoroughly as your houaehoW lurni I Music Pupils Wanted- I am soliciting aclass in piano and vocal music lessons to bo given at my home on North streeL For further particulars apply toylss Mary rraynor 6 Had dyspcpsii or thdistion for years No appetite and what I did eat distressed roe terribly Burdock Bloo Bitters cured meJHWatkerSutibnry Ohio For Sale Extra good tobaccosticks MOWBIUY ROBINSON QUSt West Irvine Ky Never can tell whtn youll mash a flng lIr or eutler a cut bruis3 burn or scald Be prpjmed Dr Thomas Ecl echo Oil instantly relieves the pain quickly cnrpf tlin wound For Rent I desire to rent my house and about nine acres of land situated on Big Hill avenue For further particulars sea the undersigned 92S2t JohnjVllman Constipation causes headache nausea dizziness languor heart pal pitation Utjutic physics grip sicken weaken the bowes and dont cure- loans Rjjucts act gently and cure constipation 25 cints Ask joui druggist Estrayed From my place on or about tho 15th of last Augusircd yearling heifer weight abouHKWgpunds or more red with white hinflglegsj front foot white white spot in forchiil with some white underbody ancOi natural poll I win ply a liocral rdivartfor her return tome or any inrorrgjtiortthat will lead to her rccoveryii llol man Million Ky The wise man carries both life and lire insurance Ian H Brcck has UIQ best police tf Dont heLl lie baby puffer from eczema ion s or av icliinV the shin Doans Ointment gives iusti nt ritfcurcquickly Ierftctly safe for children diuupiss fell it Consign Your Live Stock TO C C Seal Co IMoa Stock Yards Cincinnati 0 And receive the highest market price as wo are the largest order buyers on the Cincinnati market W 5 NORRIS oct 3mo Give DAVE Share of Your Fire He Will Appreciate It Ho represents the Best Fire Insurance Companies in the business and guarantees satisfaction lIe DOTY SURVEYOR aollcagc of those its patron needing ser vices of a competent man Address RICHMOND KENTUCKY Will buy or sellyour bouse 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 ed The Blue Grass Farmer Edition of The ton This hi UM MfiilMr Mwdbf ptniac RSW e- llI oontoin nAUtkw six N M 4 wtwl to gitoMral arm ir Hid MWS aIng ito l zu Ist at xiaollttOO Your Plumbing UpiQDafeDoMOt- lrpluiBbiACequiplMD FREEMAN- A Insurance Business James Hunley Dq You Read Heraklff CisttbeBlueOsiodas tafIto JM Mora than fourteen month ot a rood news and fatia ftaptr corn bind for the above small a amouat Ordwr JK W and get aAvotsge of the full time The Lexington Herald IncorporadIJWNGTON KtUCKY 1 WJtyDOtrhenital18CIUiPJ- MBtofyour houae is a maitsto greatest imp tance TMkltoyoar family demands that your planibinr fixtures should be clean and aanitary The cost of modern equipment i quickly repaid inthe increaiwd comfort afforded and in the freedom from repairs and trouble Weinatall twtdfawf guaranteed fixtures unequalled for beauty of design and for dayin and dayout wearing quality Let us quote you prices on new equipment to Richmond Motor fi Plumbing COMPACT Incorporated I NOTICE I am paying highest cash prices for Hides and Tallow Also Wool Will treat you right I pay the HIGHEST MARKET PRICE ffor FURS Ring phone 363 iM WIDES di RICHMOND KENTUCKY Taylor Oldham I1vite your attention to their r Model Radiators and Wonderv Oak Heating Stoves d The best the market affords W Sell the Best Cooking Stoves Made ii r 3 3 We also selland recommendthe SUPERIOR WHEAT DRILLthe best made g t ie TAYLOR OUDHAM =H=H== c1 The Famous JZ oIs the Lamp of Real Beauty alllampsom llow diffused lighteasy on the eye because it cannot flicker You can use your eyes as long as you wish under the Rayo light without strain The Rayo Lamp Is lowpriced and even though you pay 510 0120 for other lamps you may get more expensive betterlightstrong durable shadeholder holds the shade on firm and true This seasons new burner adds strength and appearance IUnce a Kayo user Always One Dtaltrt nY Vnot et Jtxrtptke taraJartoauKtartstspncyethtStandard Oscorporateai V GROCERIES = Is Our Specialty T J Get our icesno rouble td show you goods Highest shpnce paid for ri Country Produce LF YOU C COME I Telephone 16 or 223 I Sewell McKinney 140142 North nd treeti I i = ffijr = = We have the r ti 5 1 a c i TODNFJ ST1CKSr r ever ltL J t tt3 qmede J 1 fOr yoinIprke I iL tii ift IafltOflCong1etonLunbe k 0 Snceisr to Jill Bnton a Co NerLAD T4epho 4251 A Dain Dressing Case Isa necessity for the dainty woman No other article of furniture appeals to her more strongly We are making a special display of these articles this week and we want you to see it Note the good big mirrors the commodious drawers the completeness of their conveniences And finally note how moderately even the most elaborate case is priced I B EllETTandHIGGlIS UNDERTAKING BuyingYour is risky business risky to your pocketbook Its no idle dream that prices will soon advance You know ito do we Save money by lolling us fill your bins NOW The satisfaction is well worth both tho cost and trouble Telephone 10 he Red Ash Jellico We have thu exclusive sale A M trial order will convince you that dura is a little better than you have l eenpdltin elsowhere anti possiblyle83 Full Weigh or Coal Forfei- tedW1WBroaddusCo Orchard Street Lime Cement Etc Como to Owen JIcKco Richmond Ky for dry goods rind notions Others do and why not you tf At Home Tho young ladies of the Madison Institulewill bo at home on tho first Saturday of each month from three to five in the afternoon 2x Plenty of Em The town has been filled with traveling salesmen the past week and trade in all branches seems to bo stirring up Tno Glyndon hotel has been pretty well fitted with Knights of tho Grip many hero to take orders for spring goods Gets Patent William F Parsons of Irvine has been granted a patent on a fume arrester and smoke purifier and those who have examined it say the new in ventor has a fortune before him if his new idea is perfected Parsons is a native of Jackson county but las Iccn living in Irvine for the past four years He is a barber by trade For the Growers lion Harvey Helm congressman from the Eighth is sending out to the people of the district a list of Farmers bulletins which aro compiled in the United States Department of Agricul ture There are over books in tho list and each is a scientific publication treating every experiment that has bewn miulo in iho department It is an exhaustive library of useful knowledge for the farmer and grower Those de siring different publications can mark in the list tlie ones wanted and mail to Congressman Helm at Stanford and they will be forwarded If there is a farmer or erower in Madison county wI o has not received one of these he should come to the Climax ofllco at once Coal Feed Shingles Etc Buying Coal is like buying anythIng else TJie purchascr is ALWAYS bet tor satisfied whim ho KNOWS he has the BEST Thats tho way about buy IvK yOur WINTER CoalCoal is what we must all have during the winter season and fa dp not want the TROUBLE ot iMEAKING and CARRYING out a lot of CLINKERS aH ASHES before we l uild our flresv Jiwt what wo are compelled to do if we buy pooft slow burning cheapeel J Bljiyth4SBESTJ Such as Rex Red Ash Jellico and Straight Creek Theres none ietter arid tM pwrefeMet M ALWAYS PLEASED wh lie bays fro m tiCtlOfl guaranteed o WllLUU G H BY- rP SON w Mr I rew S fOCQ lYUU- Phou L 1Ji JI Around Town I For SaleA Moorcs Heating stove in perfect condition Halo Dean 2t French Mission Circle has reserved Dec 3 for theirannual Christmas bazaar House for rent In good condition apply Cut Rate Groceries either 2 or3 1012lt FOR RENT My house on West Main street for tho year of 1011 Mrs J Speed Smith Smoke Gov McCreary cigar it makes a fine ending to a hearty meal WANTEDA live man to sell a patent pinless clothes line in Madison Fayctto or Jessamine county Big commission or will sell half interest Must have horse and vehicle Ex county officials preferred Write cr call on B Juett Richmond Ky 2t Rooms for Rent Furnished or unfournishcd Apply to J E Gott tf 311 Third St Buried Here The remains of Thomas Ballard who died at his homo near Wallacoton this county last week were brought to Rich mond and interred Lost A roll of automobile tools on 2nd or 3rd street in canvas wrapping tied with leather strap Finder return at once to- RE Turley at Stato Hank and receivo reward A Drop v The Indian Refining Company made a drop in coal oil afcw days ago and Ilso gasoline At present tho price of this commodity is not so oppressive to the poor man 30 Days Sallio Ross the colored woman who replenishedher apartments and ward robe at tho expense of Mr and Mrs Robt Terrell was tried in tho county court last Wednesday and given a son tence of 30 days by Judge Shackelford Greasy Dust With the continued warm weather for October tho dust on the streets where oil was used has become stifling and some means should bo sot out at once to remedy this This greasy dust is a nuisance Second Crop Dr Dillard Berryman who resides at Waco has just finished gathering a second crop of strawberries The berry is small but very sweet and tho vines produced a large quantity Tho local market handled several quarts which were readily sold at a fancy price New Furnishings- Mine Host G G Corzolius of the Glyndon hotel and his wife wero in Cincinnati last week whore they our chased new furnishings for tho hotel Many rooms will be repapered and furnished and when completed it will surpass any of its size in the state Manager Corzelipus is selecting the best New Pastor The congregation of SU Marks Catholic church of this cityare hoping that the Bishop will assign them a pastor before long Tho church has been without a regular pastor for sometime but Priests in adjoining towns have filed in Tho Bishop has signified his intentions of sending a Priest to the local charge within a short tImed At 5 cts the Gov McGreary cigar is the best value on the market for the smoker Every body sells them Big Time The Madison county Odd Fellows l who attended tho dedication of the Orphans Rome near Lexington last Tuesday wore loud in their praise of the building and the entertainment pre pared for the visiting brotkers by the LexMglon lodges The delegates from Xadisoa lodge NowMe JT B Tarpin It Juett J T StORe G W T peatherage Jeff Stewe jL Adams W J Stewart Close Call 4tkesgh JEI a4eiY-w y peseiIe to steer likr hftr tIHne iifcrwaipf the oeep ant of a 1CMItt W4S evening last WI lf f- twme ML near beiuf tVie r MtK jfr SeI was coast ing dowtAM cemetery bwudtbe electric light iiib d him to M the euPUllsora buy driy taqteta ft clip toward Mrnr Wh n l e l rBtoth ri H to avoid a coilitas they turned the seam way MM if it hMJIOi been far sb fntojpt api1himesel heen and baggy JtDcII hIWT- heyaaaaltihirf feoitiai th hon it d 4rye Away Gre Mr Sexton coulij recognize who tbeJwen E A Hat Message For You In a short time perhaps in the next day or two youll probably buy your new fall andwinter i lLh t andO course youll want correct style a pleasing color a shape to suit your particular build and a r qu hty for hard wear All of these are easy to find in our big stock Our styles are the newest from N the largest makers in the world there are no newer our assortments are so large that youll find your H Xt i color shape and size and our way of buying in large lots for spot cash insures the most quality for i ii Your money Promise yourself now to try us for your next hat Our prices run r 100 150 2002R50 300 i 1T i 350 400 500 FOR THE If It 110 135 Back to Madison After being absent from tho scenes of his childhood for tho past twentyfive years Attorney Travis Morse who was reared in Madison county arrived in Richmond last Friday for a stay of several days to look over tho old town and parts of the country which are still dear to his memory Mr Morse is at present a prominent attorney of lola Kan His father was formerly a dentist hero To The Grand Lodge of Kentucky Masons will convene in Louisville this week and an elaborate program has been arranged Richmond will have tho honor of being tho homo of Tho Grand Master of tho Slate for the ensuing year Mr R R Burnam will succeed John II Cowlcs who is the present Grand- Master Those attending from Rich mood lodge are D n Shackolford W- It Shackelford R C Stockton R R Burnam of this city and J M Hcndren and I D Todd SpeodvrelL Thru The Mr Ovcrton Harbarr one of the load ing salesman foi tho Indian Refining Company has just returned from a weeks trip thru Wayne Russell Clinton and Cumberland counties in the interest of his company and reports a- bIg business There is not a railroad in all these counties and only about ten miles of turnpike and tho trip over Ih6 rough mountain roads was a trying one although rlflint scenic pleasure Tho nearest railroad point IsBurnside which is twoHlyflvq miles from Moritlcelio Wayne county anti forty fivo from T9K Hamilton of the firm or Hamilton Bros lies benin basiaees la this county for sixteen years and dur ing that time has days vacation by actual count Mess that daring mast of thMtime h- ewawt from lmInees b was not was glad ijrwmatf his YtUic g1 ywaW ago he started in the mereantite Mmiifs 9 t VAloR and for three years 1oy44- hienhe C JfOOdtriMN weal ko Waeo where h7 rnamed for tfc seitiVe and 1K1fK very sueceesf ul ta ibSi yeaTfire Jio Ae eided to bnuMtt jat and eeuw to a ricity aM w fft and bw rck rash B itwaaUJtt tbeT vaqttiw until he quits bmii es for good Covington BanksThe Store For QuaIity e V Iv t l IV=I= = rJ f f WW BROADDUS COSOLE AGENTS CELEBRATED I The Best Coal Mined there Was Any Better We Would Sell W W BROADDUS CO Telephone Orchard Street Richmond Kentucky Louisville Mountains AlbanyChintoflcountyABusnes taknbHts1xte4tl jcontotiiedawd iQCJhtaad 1UohodeiPt Dtt Over The Cliff Fast L N Train Jumps Track Near Ford But En gineer Stops Just In Time What wduldhavo been the most dis astrous wreck inthu history of tho L N railroad in Kentucky was narrow ly averted las Saturday morning about eleven oclock at a point about a milo north of Ford where the track runs close to one of tho steepest cliffs overlooking the Kentucky river Fast assepgenr train No 33 was coming south at about 40 miles an hour and had just emerged from No tunnel when tho trucks on tho coal ten der of the big engine left the tracks pulling the engine and tho baggage car oil also Engvieer Billy Lano saw the impending danger at once and applied the imraergency brakes but the heavy train ran along tim tics for about a hun dred yards befor he could bring her to a stop Luckily in Jumping the track tho trucks went off on the pposite tle of the procipice ortho engine and probably the whole train would havq gone over the cliff The passengers wore horrified whoa they alighted and realized what a narrow escape thoy had just gone thru and all were loud in their pra so of engineer LaBe who stuck to his post and applied the brakes in the faco otdanjjer Wreckers from Covington and Paris were telegraphed foraadin about three hours trafSe was resumed No 33 which is due hero at 1130 did not arrive ufttil 3fO Smoke 1 Cuban Club lOc 1 Cuban Star 5c A Dandy Attorney Jerry SuUivim te very prcttd of a suit tclothes he purchased in ire lead while traveling through that coun try this swrnmor Seelagthe sarnie 4J display he was very Mitch pleated with itM41ul thf eert 1fMt prhwd 40 hNtrit Und ft Wwld bV tala abettt halt whW wov have J9 p f m tbiVoBuirtry fee th4 4me thlnj K b couW bv JRde rotmj for three or feormihim hfe tr mk the price m4 quality ef tie pwenl4 have tempted hist to lay fa years supply Heetemv 4h t the onat Jiving iiuo mnchrohap er ia tiuatjaaqntry that the laboriiqfiMa i IIIJaIf It hvthii eqniv1Istore reduelnii mOdsttei 0 Not Here Reports from over tho Bluegrass to tho effect that turkeys will be scarce this fall docs not hold good in Madison The supply hero will be up to the average if not more Good weather will see plenty for everybody with the price about as high as usual for such toothsome meat Prize Bluegrass Mr Ed Corrielison who resides near Round Hill in that section of Madison that is known by its residents nsITho Garden of Eden was in tho city last week naiL brought with him somo Bluegrass and corn that ho says will take first prizo any place The Bluegrass measures from 2 feet to 33 inches and the corn Las fine as can bo grown Property Sold The Wells property which has been extensively advertised was sold Wednesday by Long Tom Chcnault The old Wells residence was sold to John E Baldwin for 91150 Tha residence occu pied by R Jt T erreHwas sold to Dr 11 14 Clark fod2110 Several smaller piecesuf property were bought by T1st and 3L lr Wells rr He Hustles If every member of tho Burley To bacco Society was as energetic toward reaching that coveted goal as Madison countys representative Jesse Cobb the result would not bo in doubt J long Mr Cole conlinually showing those wko are up on the facts just what cane done ami what must bo done and his knowledge bf the situation is thorough Th owapticeCif k weald 5e things its way and late it V Large Crowd Tko isfe fry by the DestistsDoel isM d Druggists of this county at Lake ReVa lat Wednesday was well attended a4a bappy time was the resuH WK th multitude was fed several iiDrw f rei M Dunn H C Jespn- tc ii VaiijrMvJ O Bcrfey T J Tayfcr aflkhBily ari WL LCanJLleb L T TrM- na7Jn A e wden PtTn UCk W G Beat Itretr tK Boxley irb TUkVr k Price CoUoabargx Thft M UmjtjrUu were W G White A C teA BWaf ra awl H L- Panr aad the Ofcntkt HMM Itt-at ifBPennl ODd f fj- pttliltr Million Joe Giuhchiglian VII an hoBored guest Robbed And Left Lying By The Road side Was Citizen of Got tonburg James Fritz a well known resident of Cottoaburg was knocked in the head by two negro assailanls last Thursday evening about midnisht near the infer section of Irvine and Sycamore streets After robbing him of about 8100 he was Joft lying by the roadside In about four hours ho came to himself and by a feeblecffort succeeded in crawling to thorosidenco of Mr AVellSj who con ducts a grocery store in that section Ho arrived at the Wells home about four oclock where he aroused tho oc cupants and wasgivcn shelter until the police could bo notified and his wounds receive medical attention The robber not content with knock ing him senseless almost stripped him of his clothing and then left wounds upon his body that were frightfuL His head was a mass of cuts and bruises and his arm and parts of Ills body looked as if his assailants had used a sledge ham mcn Ho was taken to the P A C in firmary Whoii ho arrived at tho Wells home ho was almost exhausted and was barely able to relate his oxporicaco He wore but a single undorgarnxent which the robbers had loft with him oven taking his shoe socks collar necktie and hat The police are working on a clue Fritz says ho was struck by a yellow negro who jumped from the side of a housa farm S le 1 11 Langley of CpilegaHill sold 62 12 acres lastwet to Alfred Cruse Oil TUa Winchester Deaths GCatsar William IL Young who lived near Beekaerviite died WedneedKy after- n0 ki Lexington hosfiital from the XkeIf terreeiietery at twp cock Uiw after- aoawithsirv1ee5 a the X trDc B K BftiJey of SMlby vilVe lie leaves a wifeand two sons WiNwim and Wa W1 to dattxhteri Tft Aim v XMIJT lU4i m county peopto wHl rt trtt ta anr ibe to4h of this u who wwtera and lived lot messy ymn int I4kunM1 ffews ion ofJjteflp Voting W Osdwi4 fJ the cWeM of 13 ho flfa i o j ip Clarke he 48IIIt fcwMitj most highly thought of and utIcitizoust o Back Taxes State Auditors Agent forI Madison County Files Suit Against Berea College In tho County Court last Thursday State Auditor James through Ms local representative filed suit against Borea College to collect back taxes beginning with tho year of 1900 and running to the present time making five years in all The total amount is fixed at 142 500 and is distributed as follows Boone Tavern hotel with real estate and equipments valued at 35000 Waterworks system real estate and equip meats l60000 Electric light plant real estate and equipment 25000 Cooperative store and stock of goods 2000 Planing Mill real estate and equipment 7500 Truck Garden farm 5000 Laundry real estate and equipment 2000 and Dairy with real estate etc 5000 This is ono of tho biggest suits of tho kind over filed in tho state and will bo watched with much interest by the public in general There is a 20 per cent penalty attached to tho above which would mean nearly 3000 for tho costs and those prosecut ing tho suit J J Grcenlcaf has been retained as attorney for the Auditors agentThe petition cites that the college has been conducting tho laundry water works electric light hotel mills etc as a betterment of educational facilities and used exclusively for this pose and thereby have been exemptI from taxation when as a matter of fact these Industries have boon used to sup ply tho wants of Berea citizens also kept out competition of like nature for which the petition prays that tho school should bo made to pay taxes as other corporations of like naturo Tho case will no doubt bo fought through all tho courts Methodist At the Methodist church Rev Crutch field iscond acting a protracted meeting and tho public is cordially invited to attend Services every afternoon at 3 oclock and at nisht seven oclock Song services at night will begin prompt ly at seven Repairing Tho foundation under tho big engine at the Light Companys plant fs being strengthened and thin street lights wore off the last two evenings Tho court house clock was dark also but tho bright moon was enough for Iho people to see their way Summer Weather- The weather the past week has boon just like tho sultry days of July and August The thermometer has been soaring round tho high water mark and the ice manhas boon called into com mission again It is line for tho farmers who can finish the tobacco cutting and get the wheat all in Directors Ghosen PDrake of WiROlI rLHHe Cotton el Cotlonbtirgi and C C Becker af Bryativill were che en Directors of the Winchester Grocety Co at a hmeeting held a few days age J W Bate Jr of Kerea was elected Sec retary The Idea ot the bm k ta sell stock to rtwlrehai Jsi kwihl open far husHMMM as botiNegro ShotIPMawifenle the tiwwU Sunday Ml of the kilUncolI egro at Pana hy another n fro TW oae was Jaba Detyy of Laa M er lJryM1ottf trelti 4V1acbener by ctra LaalcaDdiI over Lexington Won Tho Paris and Lexington teams of the Bluegrass league played a post season game Sunday at Lexington for the undisputed championship and Lexington won 4 to 1 It was a great game and all the stars that have been playing with the big league but who made their start in baseball with tho Bluegrass were present Hub Diwson the Versailles boy who was purchased from Richmond by Minneapolis last year was behind tho bat for Lexington with Red Kline of Cincinnati in tho box Golden who has been with tho St Louis nationals and Thau tho regular catcher wero the battery for Paris During tho game a foul tip broke tho mask worn by catcher Thau and a piece of the steel wire was forced in just above his eye It is feared he will lose tho sight of tho member Catcher Thoss formerly of the Richmond loam took his place behind tho bat Tho ladies of the Baptist church have announced their annual Bazar for Saturday December 10th Watch for further announcements Terrill Appointed County Clerk Robert Bruce Terrill has just received a communication from Hon AHio Young Democratic sam paign Chairman notifying him of his appointment to the position of Cam paign Chairman for Madison county Mr Terrill has organized and will begin at once to stir up the voters in Madison It is the intention df every democrat in this section to build up an increased majority in the congressional race this year and thus lend impetus to tho land slide for Governor and President Chair man Young could have mado no wiser selection than Mr Terrill On last Saturday Chairman Torrill called a meeting of tho precinct committeemen which was held In thogrand jury room of the court house A general discussion was had as to tho situation in the county and all spoke onouragingly of Democratic victory It is three weeks until tho election and Madison is going to pile up a big majority for lion Harvey Helm Chairman Terrill will call another meeting probably tho latter part of tho week to devise plans for a successful campaignThe Tho lovers of the fox dog and the chase have enjoyed some line sport tho past week since the tobacco has been cut In days gone by Madison county enjoyed tho distinction of having the most noted packs in the state and the owners worn among the highest class sportsmen in tho country Tho younger generation is taking up tho sport pretty lively but many of the old ones are still eager for a chase when tho oppor unity presents itself Col Brack Maupin claims ho will n vcr bo too old to listen to tho music of the hounds even though ho lives out a hundred years and Harris Crook says tho sport gets better to him as ho grows older Raids in the Mountains Deputy U S Marshall Wm Mays accompanied by G J Gentry and Arthur Bryant as possemen and deputy collector Wm Atkinson of this city mado a raid in Jackson county last Friday and captured a moonshine still but tho operators had just loft and no trace of them could bo found Tho owner of tho land is known and ho will likely give testimony that will result in the arrest of the operators Tho oflicors wont via Bsattyville and into a remote part of Jackson county The still was found out in an open meadow but thickly surrounded by tress and brush It was in excellent condition and above the average moonshine still The worm and kettle wore destroyed Tho same day in Clay county U S Deputy Marshall George Thompson with Deputy Collector M U Hignito and D B Smallwood and Flinty Williams as possoman de stroyed two large moonshine stills which wore taken near Oneida Clay county Tho parties arrested and brought to London to answer before tilL commissioner are Loander Reid Martha Reid John Powell William Anderson Dan Bowling and Thomas Gray Teachers Association The following program has been ar ranged for the Teachers Association which will bo hold next Saturday at the Speedwell Baptist church beginning at ten oclock A J- DevotionallxercisosRov Campbell Welcome AdtlressO Yates Response Prof E P Kelley SoloMiss Mary Traynor Tho Child and tho Tobacco crop of Madi son county Prof Harris Chorus Kentucky Schools Esiil Station School What wo appreciate in a teacher Dr Coomer Mr Luther Todd and Prof Coates Iusic Estill Station School Kentuckys Educational OutlookDr Crabb- oChorusTheros No Such Word as Fall Noon 130SoloMiss Todd DuetIn tho Starlight Misses No land and Traynot Tim Cultivation of tho Aesthetic Mis Nancy Boudinot How to Make School Attractive fOE Children Prof Coates The Country School TeacherDr Gill Harris Our Corps of Teachers Supt Noland In Error The dates for tho supplementn registration will bo October 31 Nov and second and not on Thursday Frt day and Saturday before the election as stated in Tho Climax last week Every person who was out of town sicl or unable to got to the registration boolt on the regular day will be entitled ti register Ilt tho County Clerks office Remember those dates Monday Tues day and Wednesday Oct 31 Nov and 2nd You Will Find Hereevrything in rubber geed needed in the family ho wulqi1 and ice bags syringes rubber gloves rubber band ages etc All substantially made from new rubber sani tary andi erfeet in every re sped When you recLuin anything in this particula line it will pay you to pol over our stock I PESRRYoPrlQN A Clean Sweep r rib SA L E anything Childrens etc us W fl OLDHM AND COMPANY a Why Suffer one the of women suffer so dont be discour go to your and get a bottle of Wine are full for use last half has been remedyforno ingredients and be ed on any dcpendI TakeI 34ItS1icwritesBefore I began taking Cardui I could do a days Work I yourrnedicIieAT ALL DRUG THIS IS THE PLACE FOR Fresh Oysters V RICCIand Second Telephone 3 The Imperial Double Disc HA Dollar Saved Is a Dollar Earned Men are Saving Dollars Getting just right Suit for this time of year Suits too for balance of summer and early Youll never buy again these for such little Finish season welldressed have and almost suit next Spring 1 500 and 800 Suits 2000 and 2250 Suits 1575 2500 and 2800 Suits 3 and Suits are still making cut prices in all departments to close up and all spring summer goods before our season begins Our stocks have been replenished with many new desirable stuff for your outing troussau Goods bought at reduced us prices will be named on them for your benefit If you need in Mens Ladies and Low Shoes n ankle strap pumps ribbon ties Call see uswe have all new things in novelties neckwear hosiery wash fabrics You can money by buying from Come in get posted Repectfully Are you of thousands wile from female ailments If aged druggist of Cardui On the wrapper directions During the century Cardui contains harmful can in almost case not STORES Corner Main the the the fall suits like prices the looking and new J275 J975 3000 35foO 2575 We and fall novelties and prices by and extremely low and and the save and RARE CHANCE U Big Pay for Solicitors 0 THE CINCINNATI WEEKLY ENQUIRER offering Five Thou sand Dollars in cash premiums to solicitors in addition to a liberal commission that is more than ample to pay ones expenses besides af fording a living profit while en gaged iu the work of soliciting sub scriptionsTHE 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 miscel1a11100ns commercial centers and veterinary columns The editors aim being to preseni the reader with an exceptionally- good family journal of superior merit free from all matters that an tagonizemorality justice and truthiTo circulate such a wellmeaning persons can benefit their communityand 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 fair payment should apply at once for particulars by writing to THE ENQUIRER Cincinnati O Found Gentlemans watch and chain Call on L M Scrivncr Smoke a Gov McCrcary cigar anti be in the push Its elegant Only acts Mound City Paints may cot a trifle mote but Stockton soil 24nly For Sale I have several good building lots for salo located on Lancaster and lireck Ave Location drainage ect tho very best Most desirable for apartment house or living resilience Any ono in terested in purchase please call on the owners Mrs JX M Bright or her son Dr Bright tf HARROWPlcxiblojointell tromcithersame Noiwould cause a severe twisting strain in turning and leave series cJ a of holes and ridges at the turning points LkC imperial Double Uarrow requires no morO skill aWHty or exerlie Oin an dkryaie HwiwnrItJnhflp1e in construction and easy to handle and CI1bewhereY5 0 a sfcgfe Borrow CM to iwi It ill tlt1tItteraM cone first Tho 10edtMONJtiS whiI juufju s h Tfac of LIme labor RarfKofses willealIy piy jar ilfis fagk anAO M claim tCrtJle I kl Harrow wjrii k topertonntW ILissod e i Afc eoo dlHon tb pureh cr Jsi elf vo tolhejud oiesaltm J Dowgla SSmifton DOtherage 5 ndStreet Telephone 20 Ii I t Frail Women So IBsny women are dragging out weary live just because their diges tive organs are weald The result is poor circulation nervousness and the verge of invalidism It is often very HHneceemry and the womans owji fault The first thins to do U to took to the welfare of your bowels There Uw trll latoWUJatbaWt ally constipated and from this re sults Indigestion plies weariness etc eCButOhaveYou vrlll find that when the bowel move regularly once or twice a day all your petty ills will disappear Take a good mild laxative tonic like Dr Caldwclla Syrup Pepalm for awhile and you will find yourself rapidly getUng better and stronger your bowels will regulate them selves and work at stated times and then your headaches and dizziness will disappear Dont take strong cathartic pills orsaltl but just such a mild andhpleasanttasting remedy as Dr Syrup Pepsin drug1steither size may be enough to perma nently cure you Thousands of women keep it regularly in the house and will no longer be without Itas it cured them and can be used with safety by every member of the family down to the youngest child but if you have never used It take the advice of Mrs Earl 3 Cox 499 Twentyfifth street Moline HI and Mn Ellen Dungan Muncie Ind and send to Dr Caldwell for a free trial bottle as they did and learn for yourself what it will do in your own case That It will cure you as it did them there la no doubt pleasedtodesire for yourself or family to the stomach liver or bowels absolutely freo of charge Explain your case in a letter and he will reply to you in detail For tho free sample simply send your name and address on a postal card or otherwise For either request the doctors address in Dr w B Caldwell JLSOO Cold well building Monllcello SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS Reverses Itself Court of Appeals Hands Down Important Opinion Covering Malt Liquor Several months ago Judge ORcar of the Court of Appeal handed down an opinion holding that it was a violation of tho local option laws to soIl malt li quors in a dry territory as malt li quor was an intoxicant whether it pro duced a feverishdrunk or just a miltS sort of intoxicatiqn malt meade construed to bo such and it was there fore against tho law to sell in a prohibi tion territory The case was sent to tho court of Ap p als from Bowling Green and created much comment throughout tho state Upon this decision the grand jrl now itting at tho present term of the Mndi iou circuit court notified all malt meadc Jealors in Richmond and Madison county last week that they must either stop selling this article of drink or answer lo indictments which would be forthcoming immediately The grand jury held that the city council had no right to grant a liccnsotfor selling malt meade near beer and other drinks of like char ictcr Upon this warning tho local dealer decided to quit Now tho Court of Appeals has reversed itself this time Judgo Carrol has hand fd down an oxhaustivo opinion which was given Wednesday and says in part that liquor sold in a local option dis trict must be proven to be intoxicating if it is such a liquor that its properties are not judicially known Tho above case was from Bcattyvillo A dealer named Gourloy was indicted on the charge of selling malt liquor con trary to tho prohibition laws was lined and tho case taken to the higher court or course under Judge Carrolls opin ion it must bo proven that a person bo amo drunk from the effects of malt meade and this would be practically im possible The decision just rendered is a direct reversal of the opinion handed down some timo ago by Judge ORcar and in this city which is greatly con cerned over the question just at this time there has been a wide comment Judge Benton who has always heM that malt liquor was an intoxicant and under tho statute it was unlawful to sell in a local option territory was greatly surprised at the reversal and expressed his opinion that it would be almost impossible to convict under the new rul hug 5 10 Reward For return or information leading to recovery of a large young red fox hound No marks except few small naked spots on body It H Crcokc tf Richmond Ky Cost 700 A shrewd gentleman traveling at the expense bf people who never stop to think was in Hichmond last week and oIeclcd 700 from a crowd of enthus iastic citizens before ho would show them a trick that was messy with agfj By means of a cotton rope ho was tied by a committee of citizens By expand ing his muscles the cheap ropo was easily stretched and ho came out within a few minutes gathered up the coin and bid farewell to the town Long Tom Chenault who helped tie the man told tho spectators that the trick was ono he had seen in tho west years ago and just how it was to be done House For Rent- on Collins street Apply to Mrs Kit Harris tf Notice to Public Notice Is hereby given that I ain not connected with the pool room and soft drink stand known as Kennedy Bros nor have I been since Tan 15 1010 2r Warren Kennedy CHILDREN In disorders and diseases of children drugs seldom do goodand often do harm Careful feecIingand- batI1inlal the babies remedies Scoffs Emulsion it tile foodmedicine that not only nourishes them most but also regulates their digestion It iawonderful Conic for chil dren of all ages They rapidly and health Damalld1OMJ BY zJ natrGzsri Bend fe MBK of paper cad this ad for mr beautiful Saving OfaM Md CJ kctcfcBook SA beak ULn Good Lack Pony 1dI an IWl PsN4S I a 1 u For Constipation A Medicine That Does Not cost Anything Unless It Cures Tho active medicinal ingredients of Pcxall Orderlies which aro ordprles tasteless and colorless is an entirely new discovery Combined with other ex tremely valuable ingredients il forms a perfect bowel regulator intestinal fovigorator and strengthener Ucxall are eaten liko candy and ucr- ootablen for their agrccablonoss to tho palate anti gentleness of action They do not cause griping or any disagree able effect or inconvenience Unlike other preparations for a liko purpose they do not ornate a habit abut instead they overcome the cause of habit acquired through the use cf ordinary laxatives cathartics and harsh physic and permanently remove the cause of constipation or irregular bowel action Wo will refund your money without argument if they do not do as wo say they will Two sizes 15c and lOc Sold only at our store The Ucxall Store II L Perry Hichmond Ky Card of Thanks I desire to express my sincere thanks to those whose heartfelt sympathy was so feelingly extended to mo in tho loss of my beloved husband John W Allen der I fool deeply grateful to Rev Campbell for his consoling words and also to the oollmenlollge for their help nnd sympathy May God bless all of them is my prayer Mrs Jennie Ailcndcr and children Hale at Ninety Although nearly ninety years of agp Uncle Thomas Harris who has ro sided in this county most all of his life is halo and hearty and will undoubtly livo out the century lie is a resident of Union City and enjoys the esteem ol everybody Ho was in town last week oa his favorite saddle horse and his friends marveled at tho quick manner by which ho mounted and dismounted Ho rides over tho country horseback a d seldom misses a public salo or farmers gatheringsLucky Number 231 was the lucky number that drew the beautiful ladies gold watch in the drawing contest conducted by William Coats who has been endeavoring to secure an artificial limb Mr Charles higgins of tho firm of Bennett lug xins was the lucky holder Mr Coats will have a limb made especially for him by a Cincinnati firm IIo js very grateful to all those who helped him in this drawing enabling him to secure this costly artificial limb with which ho can get about without the use of a crutch Postponement of Sale By agreement of all the interested parties the salo of thin residence and lot corner First and Irvino streets of the late John Taylor will bo postponed un liI a later date Full notice of tho time and place of said sale will bo advertised in tho columns of this paper J E Greenleaf Aclmf Administrators Sale As administrator of Dr David Bennett deceased I will on fhursdayOctobr 27 J9JO loxtownintho live stock farming implements belonginggoedconll2yearold horse tunic 1 yearling mare mule lsucking mare mule regiteredo bylayThis mare has record of 219 11 big nico rockaway mate goldiuigthircoAutoharp thoroughbred filly by Handsel and out of Crcnan 2 years old registered thoroughbrcd gelding by Handsel and registeredIo it of imported Cherry Hutton 1 year old register thoroughbred colt by handset arid out of Crcnanl ycaroldr 1 yearling colt out of Auloharp 1 yearling lilly by Lovelard DSH by byJaybred lilly sucking colt by IlaxhaU Mexican burros gentle for children to ride and drive 3 milch cows and calves 5 moat hogs sow and pigs Farming implements consisting of wagon and harness 2 grass JmyrnkeiHousehold and kitchen furniture dininglablocllSesQhiua Cabinet Davenport Sofas Wardrobe bureau tables chairs carpets rugs etc StudebakerAutolittle 2 buggies and harness oclockAllAbove liftv dnllirx n good nuln payable beforeJanWaller Bennett Admr ImmiiJiatoly following above sale and at Ilia same placo undersigned as theheirsland The Dozier tract or about 51 acres on the Red llousc Itoad about 18 mile from FoslowH This farm is in good state of cultivation with good dwelling barn carriage housn and other Improvements Incident to ahome Q W Davis Jives in thltdwllingand will take pleasure mshowIpt tho placo to aiiy whocare to see it Tract Xo 2 of about 145 acres to be deter miiwd accurately by survey is the north half of the Bennett homesteml just north o Fotown jnc Madison Phetpsfronttea turnpike 3ml ruijnliig with the wtkl pike towards n Luout 12 Mile thence Ittavinj the pike tad running s mst due mt to Gge PjMrsunetJiIMInorlhadOn this trmct iutn dwelling bwro DtJgive cUMnd jn1otIsut to ioUrMt 4 partiw Tervua OM tbee he rmrobMe OIi11J88OllOl1an4t ItbYlferred pnyrnenls Piiwjission given January 1 lfll1I AtQsWWarU1d C ntt JuAn ji n i1 Mens sanitary fleece tined Underwear extra heavy regular 50 cent quality 39cents heavyfleecelined color cream 25c each Ladies Union Su i ts fleece lined pure white or cream 50cts r Childrens fleece lined Union Suits in gray J and cream sizes I to 1 2 years 25c Suit Bear Skin Cloaks colors 198 allI Bear Skin Caps in all colors 35 CtS I For flu- eChildren You never saw such hose for boys and girls that would givo such wear as WuwlerUose yet AVunderhoso are not heavy and clumsy They wear better than if they were Its because oflho quality in Wunderhose that they last that they can bo warranted They are strongly re inforced at heel aunt toe perfect fitting comfortable AVutidcrhoso are good all through and look good too Four pairs in a box for 100 Call and se- tMcClls Patterns 10 and 15 cents l aiiihe Ask your doctor the medical name for a cold on the chest He will say Bronchitis Ask him if it is ever serious Lastly ask him if he pre scribes Ayers Cherry Pec Keepinfamily physician II We puMinti our farmnUi I I qers W bnUh from our Wo consult area alcoholI badtastebreakfast and frequent headaches and when he sces your coated tongue he will 11II You ere bilious Ayers Pills sork well in such cases alula by the J C Ajer Co Lowell Mall Found On Fourth street gold cross and chain Owner can hat same by paying idvortising charges Money to Loan on Good Farm Lanes Tim Xorihyestern Mutual Life In iimnco money at 5 per cent interest on good improved farm lands un MortpasB- Appy to J C Clionanll Ally 09 f Ijichmoud Ky Mrs Maude Mackey Walk er iHair FrcsJing Parlor Come in and have your1 hair dressed in the newest style braids and puffs inulu to order Braids restored to intnral color Highest prices paid for combines Two doqrt above Stocktons drugstore on Main street OlUcc phone jlo residence 02 C3Io You cannot afford to buy your drill U tIlt you understand tic merits of tho tjoria shoo and list drill I U S coiclford tc Co New Store At Waco Mrs Leo Maupin and Sirs G T Urinsiead have opened to tho public a line of millinery embroidery material and stamping outfits Their store is oVcr It F Hush Co and bids fair to bon hustling business enterprise of that piice 2x I NEVER satisfy wearable 1250to 18 OvercoatsCravenand c I S Qpora for the asking Handsomest I lstyle r book the day have received all our New Coats for Ladies and Children would be pleased to have you inspect themIE V 1 v V ElderI it PUBLIC SALE Having decided to sell my home on on Main street in Richmond Ky I will On Thursday Oct 20 JO at tho hour of 11 oclock a in direr said property at public Ialo to tho highest bidder Said property is the residence known as tho Walker place adjoining the properties of J U Jic Crcnry and Wailer Bennett and is one of the most desirable and best located residences in the city fronting on Slain street 75 feet and running back with parallel lines to North street a distance of about 025 feet On said lot is a good brick residence with eight rooms large hall bath room good collar cistern largo barn good garden smoko house coal house and all necessary outbuild ings Savcral peach tres that never fail to bear fruit There is room on this Jot to sell two building lots fronting on North street Said property will be sold on the tot payatilebe made and possession given and tho remainder of the purchase money to bo due and payabloin two equal payments duo Jan 1912 and 1913 bcarin inter est at C per cent from Jan 1911 with lien retained to secure payment of same or tho whole amount may be paid Jan 1911 iNc desired by purchaser MRS R II THORPE Long Tom Chenault Auctioneer Anyone desiring to look over property can do so by calling at Madison National Bank for S II Thorpo PUBLIC SALE Wo will sell at public sale at 10 a m tho premises on the Tales reek 4 miles from Hichmond on Saturday Oct 29 1910 tile following to wit 5 mUch cows J jerseyheifers ono 2 year old steer 2 yearling saddle fillies IsowandS pigs 7 jennets 2 yearling jacks 1 roller 1 mower 1 harrow 2 corn planters 1 corn shelter 1 low wheel wagon a cultivator several plows some farming implements J sur rey and buggy and other things too numerous to mention Terms made known on day of sale Misses Pattie and Annie Deatherage L U WINTER TOURIST TICKETS TO FLORIDAANDON SAE DAILY VIA I L QUEENpSCENT ROUT E GOOD RETURNING UNTIL MAY 11m WritSU LEXIN6TON KY The Best iji Jewelrydom Invites to Store a 1 we gathered rout irywbaae fipiw well Today suu ttkia j you aionofoll cka ii w1a te We aak bw riUoyiiar iM l yowr oHk l Mchsf Acid wh ryou tore e p es uIyoc will 8ftT IO i ilisk I W kgj- sWide ItyeI1r tMtitat r ye it fra oalyknk year veinVme 1L E LANEB Watch Sign 2iOMwn I I J beforeI we have been- so well prepared to the wants 9 of men in rich sty lish clothes as now Youll besurprised- at the at values we offer at prices from Rain Coats of We and Ion You This Street New so 1 1 Its Hard to Choose when everything is attractive and in such good taste why wo people to tako plenty of time in selecting a ring a pair of bracelets or oven tho trinkets so temptingly shown lucre So ij you a gift to make come and inspect our jewelry etc as you like Youll choose no- v matter what you selects You cannot help it A Childrens sweater coats in red white trimmed in red and light blue sizds 1 to 6 GOctsS- weater coats for men i and women all colors Ladies Skirts in black brown and blue nice ly tailored and trimmed all sizes regular 450 quality 348 The latest extra wide J black patent leather Belts for ladies 25ctsA- merican Beauty Cor sets are guaranteed not to rust All the new fall shapes 1 and 150 Comforts 98c to 350 Blankets 50c to I 0 Ready made Sheets Pillow Cases and Pillows Fancy Pillow Tops all colors 10 cents each Fay Stockings for chil dren 25c pair R G Corsets McCall Patterns 10 and 15 cenfs ARE YOUInterested in Lumber Lath Sl1inglesD ors SashEtc If see ToddEdwards Lumber Co Phone QO Corner Main Orchard Richmond K Thats like emallcr have right F J YEAGERtAN STREET RICHMOND KENTUCKY nO WEEK Buys 1iie FREEThis is the machine invented by Wm C Free of Chicago magazinesthethe machine which is sold arcaccustomedtold you what the we machinesuperiorityAnd to give you a better rhancesihhlol finding ouHor yourself hourit w and to show perfetyou our aMtHYk confidence in The FKEEwegive it want you is 130 PaysTrial 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