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Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): n. Wednesday, October 26, 1910. Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897). 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914, Richmond, Ky. 1910 ric1910102601 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): n. Wednesday, October 26, 1910. Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897). Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914, Richmond, Ky. 1910 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. t Jy THE RICHMOND I CLIMAXEi T i l J riA l17th YEAR + RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER R 26 1910 0 NUMBER 21 r l m WALL PAPER 11Best of Feed for the HorseI whom you XI pect much to strength and speed surely in order See that his good yours buying his grain oats corn Burnside fS Robinson Coal Lime Salt Cement Sand and Plaster MaterialjL N R R PHONE 142 RICHMOND Let The Climax Do Your Job Printing I Tin Convinced You Give SquareDeal The above compliment was paid us by a satisfied customer hence dont you believe theremust others of the same opinion I aI11 a town of less than four hundred pIe with fierce competion on sides we have in eight years built up a Banking busi tress of overt 12500900 Resources ilMii Ky 13 L Woods Pres W C Fish VPres W G Kemper Cashier O N Terrill Asst I The Right Wayto get good work is p buy your paper from an up to date ie and an upiodate paper hanger of so as is table is as as by etc from be peo all Cashier get Make This Test How to Tell if Your Hair is I Diseased Even ifjou liavou luxuriant howl of hair rou may want to know if it is in a healthy condition or not 53 per cent of tho people need si hair tonic Pull a hair out of your stead if tho bulb at tho und offalto root Is white and shrunken it proves that the hair is diseased and requires prompt treatment if its loss would bo avoided If tho bulb is pink and full the hair is healthy We want every ono whoso hair re quires treatment to try Kexall 03 Hair Tonic Wo promise hat it shall not cost anything it it does not give fat isfactory results It is designed toover como dandruff relieve scalp irritation to assimulato tho hair roots tighten the hair already in tho head grow hair and euro baldness It is because of what Kexall 93 Hair Tonic has dono and our sincere faith in its goodness that wo want you to try it at our risk Two sizes 50c and 100 Sold only at our store Tho Ilojcall Store II L Perry Richmond Ky Firo EUo Accident and Health Insur anco in tho very host old lin c Ccmpnnio- AVm S Broaddus Agt tf Big Crop It is learned in the past few days that Madison county is going to have an im mense Avheat crop next year that is a largo acreage is going to bo sown Tho farmers aro afraid of the tobacco crop next year and many of them will replaco their tobacco fields with wheat not car ing to take a chanco on next years out look Tho past warm weather has afforded excellent conditions for planting wheat Eat the Same Breakfast bacon at thirtyfive cents the pound and all other parts of tho hog proportionately high doesnt keep tho masses from having this dish on their tablo regularly Tho consump tionof hog moats continuo about tho same notwithstanding the high prices Tho people of Richmond especially among tho poorer class cat a great deal of hogmeat and pay tho high price with out a Kick Even poultry does not keep the consumption of hog meat down although in prico it is far below and generally considered a luxury At Home The young ladies of tho Madison Institute will bo at homo on tho iirst Saturday of each month from throe to tivo in tho afternoon 2x Fliu 12 W PBAXTERWWiWWHHiiAiiliiliHW HW Farm News ig Items of Interest to The Far mer the Grower aad the 5 Stockman M MMNV The National Corn Association which holds its Fourth Annual exposition at Columbus ohiO January 33 to Febru ary 11 olTcrs Iho following premiums on hemp which the growers of this county might investigate as tho crop hero is flue enough to win most any place l Samplo of double dressed hemp not less than live pounds 2Sample of single dressed hemp not less than five pounds 3 Sample of softened dressed line hemp not less than five pounds Sample of No1 carded hemp 5 Sample of hackled long tow C Samples of hemp in stalk unrolled bundle not less than six inches in IliameterITho exhibitor whoso samples wins the first prizo in the abovo classification will receive a framed certificate signed by Iho president and secretary of the Na tional Corn Associalion and with tho Association seal affixed Theso certificates will give name and address of exhibitor nature of exhibit and will bo displayed with tho sample for which it is awarded during the two weeks of tho Exposition after which it will bo for warded to the exhibitor Colorado E does not go to tho sales as ho has been reported numerous times during the trots Ho together with C Tho Limit 200 12 and Spanish Queen 207 aro to bo sent to tho farm of Henry Bosworth in a few days and will probably afterwards o sent to Denver to bo wintered lie wilt mako a season next year and bo trained again in 1012 Chestnut Hall the farm of Mrs Mary Handy widow of the Into W T untidy just outside tho city limits of Cynthfana was sold last Tuesday at public auction together with all lie stock crop and farming implements A largo crowd attended tho salt and satisfactory prices were realized tho total amounting to about 30000 Dr D C Patterson of Cynthiana purchased tho farm which contains 104 acres at 150 an acre A lot of Jersey cows sold from acv to 60 Yearling Jersey heifers brought 25 to 4011 head Corn in tho field sold at 175 a shock fodder at 17 cents a shock hay at 10 a ton in the field Mr Ed Burke of near Paris who cul tivated more than 400 acres in corn has sold to a number of Cano Ridge farmers 2000 barrels of corn for November do livery at J3 per barrel T J Curtis Son of this county sold this week 35 yearling mules to W T Cannon of Vavorly Tenn at 125 per hood It was a choice bunch of Jules At Paris court last week about 375 cattlo vero on sale Best feeders of 1 050 pounds weight 502 per cwl yearlings to 165 calves 15 to 2350 per head mulo colts from 00 to 105 Ono pair of Sid Olfutt work horso mules 39250 to Ed Graves For Ed Ward Trusjcb of Wilson 4 colt52 yearlings at 75 each weanlings at 74 andS5 Realizing that it was suicidal to con tinuo tho auction sales of the 1910 pooled crop any longer at alto prevailing low prices Burley Tobacco Society officials last Wednesday called off in definitely tho auction sales which have been inprogress at Lexington for the last ten days E P Faulconcr a prominent Dan villo farmer has hit upon a unique plan of living After harvesting his Kentucky crops in tho fall ho moves to his farm on tho Manitee river near Tampa Fla where ho spends six months and raises fruits and vegetables Ho says that by this plan ho is producing crops almost every month in tho year and at tho same timo avoids tho disagreeable winters of his native State Mr Faul concr counts as among his most pleasant experiences a wintcrtimo journey over tho Queen Crescent Route grad ually disappearing from tho Blue Grass country through tho picturesque Ken tuckyTcnnosseo mountains and the peach orchards of Georgia into the orango groves that mark his destination in tho Everglade State Central Defeats Sewanee In a hotly contested gamo of football in Louisville Monday of last week Cen tral University defeated the Sowaneo University by the overwhelming score of 19 to 0 This practically gives Cen tral tho Southern championship as no other team in tho South seems to oven have a fighting chance with tho eleven husky warriors from Danville Estrayed Estraycd from my place near Kirks villa Ky on Oct 3rd ono black mare mulo with mealy nose good flesh and 14 12 hands high Information lead ing to her recovery will bo liberally rewarded Hargis Brandenburg Kirks ville Ky 10124t have and thin 500 1000 Wo will sell thorn ong last 98c each Two rooms halls bath gas and and Mrs Fow hand Son 219 avenue Wrong Way to a loto stock anybody hang WALL PAPER We Re tire Go Carts We Sell Liquid Vence- S rOne reason why you will find the most luxurious bed in the II H H ITEA S rOSTER l MATTRESS is that natural springiness of cotton is magnifiedmany times by the Special Web Process ofmaking the felt layers We will explain this to you more fully when you caI1It f y Sixty AZiyAfs Free Trial a 1050 1350 ti 1600 and 2250 M t m O IdharriLacKeyDavNight Telephone 136 229 S O R O L I of ladies misses sample jackets prices ranging from to as as they for tf A DODROTTSKI For Sale story house S 3 good location all modern conveniences Corner North Fifth streets Address S P WITMEH KyIFor Sale thousand second brick J D King S tf Moborly The is buy old and get to it for you Phone the the K w ono lot Lumber For Sale Barn bills and all kinds rough lumber in oak poplar and pine TobaccostickS Poplar laths Write J A STEVEXS W T HICKS tf Richmond Ky J R PenningtonDentist Ofilco next dor to Government build ing Richmond Ky Dan H Breck life fire and accident insurance tf You Can BuyEverything From Hamilton Bros L Ro IantonWholesale and Retail Coal Feed Salt Sand Lime Cement and All Kinds of Plaster Material Corner Main nail C Str- eetsTELEPNNE 85 We Sell May Manton Patterns lOc Each II 1 CEA PE Hi I 11 t Bri = Silks Dress Goods Wash Goods Outings Flannels Notions Hosiery Underwear Comforts Carpets Mattings Rugs Trunks Suit Cases Shoes Hats Clothing Overcoats and the v Greatest Line of Ladies Tailored Suits Shown in the V City of Richmond 11 u f J i Find out every houses price on eveiy thing you buy Dont let any house consider you as sure Make the house it n you buy from win your trade by Honest Methods and Honest Merchandiie at Low Prices te tDemand a reason for the low prices and then satisfy yourself it is notalbaitHamiIton Bros will give you a reason why they sell cheaper They buy tT 11rs Enormous St k c fgZ OC SJ The pay cash for all merchandise They sell for cash and lose no debts Their motto is Quick Sales and Small Profits Put Hamilton rostor a test Gettheiaprices on any standard brand merchandise then if the price is lower than the price you paid youll be glad to save the difference next time t fg tr t y I1ilave Heavier Stocks and More Classy Styles Than Ever Before f Hamilton BrothersCcrner FlrstMain tfo fSchmond Kentuckyc i 1 r tSfM a JS i tTTfTf1c Buy Wais adWi Bin Ion It iAP f SOllIethlllgFOr Nothing 4r Having some odd sizes in beautiful Net and 4t them4bcout at a sacrifice If you buy a z 398 Waist we will give you one worth 398 orany price 4 f you buy you will be given one at the same price Come early and get your choice for such bargains only come once in a life time OWEN McKEE IT DRY GOODS COMPANY ti i The Richmond Climax rWtlS WEHESUT IT THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO r Incorporated A D MILLER EDITOR lIImb4 r PRESS ud i PUBtlSNERS FBICE 100 PER YEAH IN ADVANCE WEDNESDAY OCT 20 1910 Langley is fast losing ground in the Tenth At Beattyvillo last week he was met with a fair sized crowd and the enthusiasm was sadly lacking Republicans as well as Democrats are flocking to hear Floyd Byrd and they are going to send him to Congress No more PayneAldrich tariff for them and Taft administration Langley is a standpatter who stood by all this Republican rot and then asks the poor men of tho Tenth to send him to Con gross to help pile up the trust pockets some more UxCLK For Bobbitt comes out in the Mt Vernon Signal with one of his long windy verbose effusions calling on the people of the Eighth to support Hugh Miller of Rockcastle against Harvey Helm for Congress Bobbitt claims to bo a Democrat but is supporting Miller maybe Uncle Font is about all in In days gone by his stuff was r read and reread but ho is in the mound builders class now and must be rele gated BLOODY Brcathitt is again in tho limelight and Lord knows where it is all going to end It was thought when Judge Hargis died Ed Callahan retired from the feud arena and two or three others left the county Breathitt would redeem herself but the generation now in are keeping up the reputation Matt Crawford is the latest victim of the assassins bullolt lIe was a prominent politician and business man GovFnsou Willson is in the Tenth trying to help Johnny Langley fool the people again They both spoke in Estill last week and the Governor drew n blank when it camo to having an en thusiastic audience Editor Adams of tho Estill Herald is doing his best to pull tho routed forces together for Promissory John and is writing some feverish editorials but they will do no good W ALTER WEILMAS was game but hey bit off more than he could chow Its 1 Just like him to make another attempt Teddy would be anxious for the trip if ho thought everything would come out alright for that would be a grand finale to a wonderful line of events in his life j Wo look for him to join tho next party and toll Wellman and his crew just lwhat they shouldnt have done HoKiun for Jackson in Brcathitt A p Democratic paper has ben launched under tho leadership of Ry land C Mu sick and L T Hocrmalc May they Skeep the county safely democratic al t ways by their hot shot at tho enemy youIthisI1the past week hare played havoc with the fruit in Florida Millions of dollars worth of property has been destroyed Hundreds of groves have been dcvaslacd 1 ff PERSONALS J Miss Morritt Jones was in Lexington FridayJ Miss Sue Phelps of Lancaster was a i4 visitor hero last week Mrs Robert Terrell is able to be about = aftcr a weeks illness Miss Clara Leo of Danville is the t est of Miss Suo Smith j is1kedVi Dr and Mrs J W Harris visited relj Mires in Lancaster last week ti Mr Clydo Hart of Winchester spent S i4 y with her parents here initMM Jeptha IIaggardof Clark coun 1 ywua here tost week t g J C Cain Jr usa returned home i vmttr visit to Louisville and Indiana rOraek Million has gone lo ssa ptote his tlwlies in Homeopathy relVJArenare friiidd and relative ia Ford f 4 Mr jIreLdeBFoiieiof Tex are viritinr Mr aod Mrs WilMn Tia- c rIb 0 tl rof tt Jr 10- j c Th it SantaAnnnand family Mr and Mrs Stove K Vaught have onMainMiss Norma Giunchiglianl entertained tho Mary Fattie Music Club last Wed nesday afternoon Mrs J W Shearer of Winchester MrsJMrs B B Million and daughter Cecil Burl were the guests las week of Mrs B B Wilson in Lexington Miss Lottie McElroy has returned to her home in Columbus Ga after a visit to Miss Sue Smith Mrs Mary BaumsUrk of Mt Ster ling is here the guest of her sister Mrs E II Bybce on Main street SterlingisO II Pigg on Second street Mr Ralph Smith tho new undertaker at Bennett Higgins has been confined to his room with rheumatism Mrs J J Roberts of Stanford is here the guest of her sister Mrs M M Miller who has been quite sick Mr DF Sopor is slowly improving after a very serious His friends will be glad to see him about again Mr R P Jones who has been visit loftIter and Miss Agnes Clark spent the weekend with Clark county relatives Mr and Mrs J II Gentry of Lake City Kansas are here the guests of his sister Mrs R A Baxter on Orchard streetUncle Clay Maupin is quite sick which will be received with regret by a host of friends He is at his home in the country Col Holly Withorspoon of Winches capitalistin the Forkner trial Miss Del Parrish who has been i Winchester has returned home and w be with her father J R Parrish at the photograph gallery Miss Nettie Hicks stenographer for the Richmond Light Co was unable to be at her duties several days last week on account of illness Miss Lettie McRoberts of Lancaster and Miss Ruth Reed of Clarksvillc Texas are visiting Dr and Mrs C II- Vaught on Main street Tho Cecilian Club will meet this after noon with Mrs L P Evans at her home on Lancaster avenue The program will deal with Bach and Handel Miss Kate Devore will entertain next Monday at her home on East Main street complimenttoMiss Jane Doty of Lancaster was in the city enrouto from her home to Washington D C where she will visit Mr and Mrs Lewis West Mrs John Allen and daughter Mar tIm of Carlisle have been here for soy eral days tho guests of her parents Mr LancasterAvenue Mrs James B Hoggin of Lexington and Miss Belle Graves of Versailles orrourweek Dr W O Bailey and wife and D L Lawrenceburgstopped oil hero for a short while last Thursday Mr and Mrs Frank Robinson returned Monday from Canard county visitinrorover Friday Mr Charles Frasa formerly in the oflecaturcandymanufacturing Mr and Mrs W a Gilkerson who tripstopped totheirMrsJtshieofSomersetof Mrs J C Cain the past week Monthasarrivedaunt Mrs ItC Stockton He Is a son of the late Henry Nuckols whose death occurred a few days ago in Montana MissCharaIr Murray Smith enjoyed a trip to andtoIlay chlldrenweek to visit her sister Mrs A O returnedhoJneMOfiday longer visit oUrfendstohear Rev 1flh MeLdtam who Is ei InIMary Tribble tnHanlinUekutsef Hw r were in the jrity 1aatThyrtKlayiaOOfiferttce with staunchuppoitrs inthtcountycomes 1 E thpisOpa1PlMbyer1ftchurchbit neMtbinMlinnerrlne tibthr W r r J1I1Ifc Lr NMHL rfMmnEMffe Atar dj ago to Di Bcuwttt nPl Vfashing toil D O MisMirriaarcaideDt at HunHivHloAla but JOBOK pitalCityberemename was Miss Susan Patton The engagement of Mr McBrayer lft8todMding to be oelebrsted in the late fan Mr Moore is a son Cot n It Moor uC Harrodsburg and the brideelect is a daughter or lion and Mrs Chas II Redes el Danville Both parties are well known is Richmond where tkey have visited en many occasions Blisses Julia and Katherine Wjiits were the hostesses Tuesday evening at a six beleck dinner in compliment to Miss Emma Watts and her guest Pearl of Massachusetts Those present were the Misses White Miss Watts and Miss Pearl and Messrs James W Wagers Nicholas Ilarbar McCreary Simmons and E C Stockton Mrs H B Hanger entertained Wed nesday evening at Arlington in honor of Mrs Joseph Dewnman Mitchell of Virginia the guest of Mr and Mrs nil mcrPnor of Lexington Mrs Mitchell Mrs Isaac Van Meter and Mrs Walter McChesneymotored over for the occasion and other guests were Mr and Mrs Thomas Smith The beau tiful home was decorated with plants and autumn flowers and thotable was lovely in decorations of white chrys anthemums white shaded candles and bowls of white and green confections An elegant course dinner was served and the evening was a charming one Invitati nsare out announcing the approaching nuptials of Mr W B Kin caid Manager of the Kincaid Brick Tile Co of Waco and Miss Francis Cleveland Litton of Dryden Va The marriage will bo celebrated on Wednesday November 2nd at the home of the bride and will bo quite a social event in that city where Miss Litton is very popular and where her parents reside After a bridal tour of ten days thru the East they will come to Richmond to reside Mr Kincaid has many friends in this city who offer him congratula tions The groom is a son of Mr and Mrs Benjamin Kincaid of Ewing Va while the bride is a daughter of Mr and Mrs Robert Litton The parents of both are among the wealthy residents of the Old Dominion Mr Kincaid is related to tho Drs Gibson of Richmond Tho most beautiful function of tho autumn season was the afternoon reception given by Mrs Albert K Mc eleganthomohouse was a perfect flower garden The parlor was rich in its profusion of glowing red dahlias and it was in this room that tho hostess assisted by her sister Mrs N P Gay of Clark county Mrs Jones of Mt and Mrs Lewis Neale of thiscounty received tho guests The dining room was a dream of loveliness in its elaborate decorations of pink and white Tho centre piece of the table was a bank of pink and white dahlias while graceful tulle bows marked the corners Pink candles in silver candelabia were u sod used on table cabinets and side boards all of which were banked with the same exquisite flowers In the living room whore the lunch was also served pink and whito cosmos wore used Tho color scheme was carried out in tho lunch which was a triumph of culinary art fairlybloomingorchestra played all during tho after noon and added much to the enjoyment of the hundred or more guests who partook of tho charming hospitality De largeblockresting on a great round table which was made especially for such purposes overbyMissesShackelford Mrs A C Scanlan presided over the coffee urn Tho hostess was further assisted by her mother Mrs T D Chcnaulfand by Mrs T II IIarveyChenaultMrs McCown is one Richmonds most popular matrons and tho beauty charm and genuine cordiality of her at home will live long in the memory of all present Special lot Silk Dress es Silk Waists Gloves and Corsets this week J B Walker f r Important properties of the Grape are transmitted b ROYAL BakingPowder p Ahmmlutmly 11 L totefood- Vrrti 11 Inejrooctisthereby I made more tasty and A digestible 1 r JT Mates YQU Drunku HaW Mead Says a Madison C htyJuryWiIIlnto i cats the Drinker Iftt k Madison Ciraeiv Ccmrt Mt WeJiwwUy very ioterestinf MM ww trietllojce which cosiee MiKter a subject tMt QM w kole state olXlMIWokyis eowmentiBp ORat present H II rwJi thrc not Malt Meads seW in teenl optioa territory k as intoxicant u Ti9 ease was ComMonwealths against Martin Gentry the well known oft drink t1ec u KMimoad IB a recent decision by theCe rt of Appeals JiWge Cirroll writing ft was held titmusitbeshown to be intoxmtia if is of doubtful intoxicating qu lifci sj Gentry was charged with seUingma1t mead and thus violating the local option law Both sides fought hard and Introduced many witnesses Prominent citizens for defense swore that they had drank several bottles of the article and it had not affected them Mr Valentine Hardia a well known citizen declared on the witness stand that ho had partaken copiously of the beverage juryaftera verdict assesrfBg a fine against the defendent for 60 An expert chemist from the labratory of state college was here for the prose cution and gave evidence showing that malt mead contained alcohol The case will appealedCase Thru her attorneys Mrs Jano F White has recovered damages from the Adams Express Company for personal injuries received at Winchester by being hit with trucks at the hands of the employees Suit was brought in the Madison Circuit Court and tho case tried last February A judgement was awarded the plaintiff for 1100 Tho Company appealed tho case to the high court but failod to file transcript and the appeal was dismissed as a delay case Tho final settlement carried with it interest on tho above amount at C per cent from March 1st Heap Big Injun On this evening there will bo a big timo in the Rod Men camp for it is the smoker and banquet in honor ot tho ten pale faces that havo recently been captured and added to tho tribe Every thing is in reidn ss for one of the greatest times in tho history of tho local lodge Tho committee composed of T 0 Vaughan chairman with J E Sexton and Amil Lorisch have a large amount of venison on hand having jlist coma in from the chase and the spread will be elaborate There is plenty of fine old Madison county Burley well cured and tho pipo of peace will be smoked around many time- sWittScrivner The wedding of Miss Bessie Wilt and Mr Joseph H Scrivncr both of Estill county was a social event of much im portance in the Uico Station neighbor hord last Wednesday The nuptials took place at 730 oclock at tho homo of the brides parents Mr and Mrs William S Witt Rev Jackson of Ir vine officiating The attendants were Miss Fannie Rite and Mr James West and Miss Nina Million and Dr Broaddus while Mrs White played tho wedding march Tho young couple are popular in the section where they reside and have a host of friends who extend con gratulations Broke In Time- A broken knuckle on the stearing gear of Dr 0 H Vaughts automoble coming at the time it didvery likely prevented a serious accident The Doctor and a friend had just started out for a run and while turning the machine to head toward the depot the front wheels suddenly refused to respond to tho stearing wheel A hasty examination revealed a broken knuckle in a vital part of tbo stearing aparatus If this had happened a few seconds liter whilo the machino was running at the usual speed it would have meant serious injury and probably death to the occupants if not to some other machine or vehicle that might have happened along when tho accident occurred Taken Mr Rents the Southern Representa tire of the Elite Garment company of Now York was stricken namost inRichmondtore of Hamilton Bros While talking to the proprietors ho exclaimed sudden Iy that ho was ill anti started to tho Hotel Glyndon When almost in front of tho court house he fell to the pave ment in a half conscious state He was picked up and after being attended to declared ho was going to his home in Louisville Friends endeavored to get him to consult a physician but he reused and left on the afternoon train His trunks were packed and forwarded to him at Louisville Where is Settle AttorncyGeprgo W Settle of Borcn was convicted on a serious chargo in the Madison Circuit Court in 1908 with a sentence of ten years in thepen coniictcd fora1newa bond of 3500 for his appearance here on that date was missing Judge Beaten immediately ordered his bond forfeited and had bench warrants issued to every county In the state in the hope to1ocate the missing Attorney lip ItIo fixed the b lat 3960 Ten prwnineat mefl of this county are OR the bond ef Settle and will have to pay 0enc1i It k said ht Settle was in the city day evening in ceaipany withseveral frien4i Thin charge against him isooe oftbe me t serkHW that eoukl Wptoced agMel a Mita Leg Tom Off A tHM pgMeitJetltwhleh took place in New yOrk a few syuvgo wijl be reoiyed lMNb frfeod C t M victim with ank jegret Mr JatiH Hanger wiSwdrtwkM of hw Wt cby an expfock This youivg nest M nephew of Col Hrry llangw of this eltU3 W5fl544 oM work Iebi- gviaduota section of wljich MM Hanger Company is oou tructiof into 1steppHis oMcplft of vb m band the amputation fmad jiiu bslow the knew Mr Manger wHllMJ remmber her by a wide friends who will be grieved to learn of the unfortunate accident His who WM Miss Carrie Lyons of Beaityyilic who atJbGspiQI It r llJl JTll rlr Nearing CoropMbn- Th naodMHne new residence tfwi Squire JJylue erecting OA TMi street ju t oppo his former brif is nNr bf oonpMfam and he k pet te occupy It by Thanksgiviiif anyway lie k personally suprltlii Hie work To Cincinnati Mr B chmaR M Lackey ef ike firm ef Lackey Colytr kin Cmein anti this week s a rftpr entMlvft of is firm atthe TriSUte Carffog Dealers Association and exhibit Ohio Indkna atwiXentueky compose the AMeciatien and huwlredV of carriage dealers will be in attendance East End Rev W O Foster the gifted young pastor of tho Newby and Bethel Christian churches has been secured by the congregation of the East End Christian church and last Sunday be gan a series of revival services Everybody is cordially Invited to attend those meetings A special song service will be held at each meeting Dog Gone Mr and Mrs A Burton Paris are mourning the loss of their fino little rat terrier dog which passed into the great beyond fast week Some miscreant handed tho little canine a dog button and its sufferings wore intense It was a great pet To poison a pet dog that is harmless is about tho dirtiest trick a person could do and the perpetrators of the deed should suffer He Got It Edron Hopkins who hails from Berea was in the county court last Wednesday on a warrant charging him with unlaw fully selling whiskey In the absence of Judge Shackelford Squire Dykes presided After hearing a long list of wit nesses testify Squiro Dykes was satis fled of the guilt of tho accused and assessed a fine against him 050 and tho cost Notice To whom it may concern win take notice that the undersigned will peti tion tho Governor to pardon him of the offense of which ho now stands convicted at tho October term of tho Madi son Circuit Court 1910 102621 Joo Howard Notice of Application for Par don William Sparks who was convicted in the Madison Circuit Court at the May term 1910 will ask the Governor for a pardon of said offense and that ho be relieved from the remainder of the two years sentenco imposed upon him by a verdict of tho jir and all who object to such pardon will notify tho Governor in writing of any objections they may have thereto oct202t William Sparks Public Sale Having decided to move to Richmond I will sell publicly on the premises 212 miles from Richmond on Lancaster pike atldorJockajnr SatJcljfNo 1 21 9 1 0 f 1 pair mules extra good 1 brood marc 2 extra good milch cows 1 fat cow 4 yearling steers 3 calves 17 shoats 2 sows and pigs 1 corn planter large cutting box 1 hay rake 1 wagon and hay frame 1 2horso cultivator Handle harrow 1 A Harrow 2 turning plows 2 double shovel plows 1 2horse hay rake 1 1horso garden plow 1 mow ing machine 1 grind stone 1 corn shelter 1 cider mill gear of all kinds and great many other things too numer ous to mention such as tools and tool boxes of all kintls and also some house hold goods At same time and place will rent 230 acres of fine blue gnus land well fenced and watered Terms made known on day of sale Mus NAXNIE DOUGLAS Long Tom Chenault Auctio- neerAdministrators Sale As administrator of MM Jll Ellison I will on Wednesday November 16 1910 at 10 oclock A M on the premises on the Big Hill Pike live miles from Richmond Ky expose to public sale the following described prOperty to wit PERSONALTY l I pair horse mule 1 pair mare mules 1 family horse 1 bay gelding 1 brood marc 1 harness horse 1 combined horse 4 calves 1 yearling heifer 3 milch cows 4 goxl feeding cattle 2 wagons 14000 shingles sonic petit try a number of fnrmlng imple menls including soniu liarro s seedstrilpCr4etc riage n road wagon a spring wagon a Frazier cart OOj barrels cf corii 800 shocks rffoUkjr 7 or 8 stacks of hay some household and kitchen furniture and other Lklntoonuy meroiw too mention TBKJ8 FOR XHK rjJKgONALTyjfrrAji1U- ITMJ Hntkrf 18 cash in issndahtover- that amount good note without Jnlcr Mt until January 1st 1911 JOHN D GQODLOK JR AiliHinlitrstr r At tiw Mrae time and p4nee UKUH dersigned its Agent in fact ral1the htiw will Mil 322 Acres of Sood Blue Crass land cZ Thi land will be IUdt1I1e triwt of278 aerw Iud 62 nere It wifl W soUl first separately and ilteniu H wltote nd the way bringio Uw IHOM ptNUeIAlOo tMtoteMl to jtifctr J 1 Thw Os 14AwOnetbtMport- haee money mut be pUd in ea it ti JwuMrj 1 Mil Ianct tfo DJMM tw9 jrearti fromJ f evkteoted br LwltDOt of equnl wno iBU bearing 9 per deob hitow r liiep retained for deferred p pUjtM Pu4N r gtv ri J a arilllltth JohN D 9DWa laiAgtni in ftfor alt Mil fctftt s1 T VIttj M- mIIIjIIIIIlllI r f2t J r Q lni Ii rX riaiiiMl AtTfS y iiF mM We Sell Under Sfc CV IS Nationally=Known Trade=Mark t STORES have their ow label sewed in the clothes they sell which means that they handle no particular line hut just ordinary clothes It offers a possibility ol varyingq Iity Vie handle a line branded with a trademark A manufacturer with a national reputation to maintain must jealously guard the quality of goods on which he puts his trademark Our line of trademarked clothes is your protec t tion against any variation of high quality t I Adlers Collegian Clothes the line we feature has nationwide reputa tion as style and quality clothes The Colle gian trademark on every garment makes these clothes of known high quality certain to be up to date and correct in style and to give good service and satisfaction Our assortment for fall and winter 191011 includes wide variety of shades and fabrics embracing styles to please men of all ages arid preferences Let us show you this line of superior trademarked clothing We take great pains to fit you to perfection Suits and Overcoats 1500 TO 3000 Shoes Hats Furnishings Cluett Shirts Munsing Union Suits c THE ROYAl Home of Good Clothes Jo S Stanifei Prop Cor 2nd and Main Richmond OPERA HOUSE Tim Only Continuous Show House in the Ci- tyWednesday and Thursday Nights October 26 and 27 Harry and Kitty Bolus The Classy Pair of Entertainers DancingSome Wardrobe Myers Holmes Comedy Sketch Tho Prima Donna and the Daffy Mes senger Boy introducing classical vocal and instrumental solos and ducts Admission 10 Cents to all parts of the house No Reserved Scats Fwo Shows Every Night 715 and 835 Prize Every Saturday Night Prjze for Saturday night 9x12 Crox Room hu- gmotionaTesfeels pictures Pictures Changed Every Night ALL FOR TEN CENTS be to ail Y are to W is to of a McCreary it to A live man to soil a lino in or BIg or will sell half Must have and Ex or cull on B Juett Ky 2t to E Gott tf 311 Third st A roll of tools on 2nd or 3rd street in canvas tied with strap at once to It E at State Hank and Me Magazine I can save you my are lowest I will meet or boat any club offer I can save you time my is and can save you worry I guar ahfeo of any and will lake care of you of so you wont miss any will call at any timo and best on any list of but I wont waste your Limo my time is my Send your order now C Ky f McCr Residence To Rent to rent for thg year resi dence Kentucky on Main Street tho of and now by J Smith Sr and Tt rr My residenee Is largo and commodious huts nino rooms awl halls is well and has every Y ens to look at this V0 see me Smithiatl = e t JAMES B McCREARY i i if y r TA Wh eSideofO Beef0 would noi IQO for you your eniiwerty were eqUal your cujJifceAtyv oiUy fault IflonriW 1tbt they iodueeveiiMn l1eo fine aa tender acd ifai bate quit eating Iqnj tei tiiert any more meat be bilif iry1- Some instead toeie Its nicer and surer o Smoke Gov cigar makes fine ending hearty meal WANTED patent pinless clothes Madison Faycttc Jessamine county commission interest horso vehicle county officials preferred Write Richmond Rooms for Furnished junfournished Apply Lost automobile wrapping leather Finder return Turlcy receive reward Why You Should Your Business money because prices tho bonafide because service pr6mpl efficient because adjustment complaints changes address copies- I quote prices Magazines living to- THOMAS TUKTIJT Richmond Idcsiro J9limy inlttchmoud adjoining residence Stanton Thorpe occupied Thomas family three furnished eoflveniesco Per wishing residence wlhLplenae wMrs Tkosi 1hiordee II much Thern tiaVor juicy you Rent Give because mwiwiua u flCCi I iCIPTHES R t STORE I i 7 1 i Clothes SOME t nationallyknown t i a a ii i f a a a or J J J TenderSoles Its charitable to your shoes but not fair to your feet to blame your soles when they smart and burn Your soles arc intended to rend plenty of use and they vill if your shoes are right Stand on ths smooth inner Crossett soleconforming to the foot comfortable for hours of wear CROSSETE v 1 1MakesLifesWalkEasy9 K M 00 TRADE MARK w USLewIs INCWORTH ABINCTON MASS L i When you start and account jrou will any other method of of your 6 Co Ky MADE 500 lL ShoesFor All Kinds ofFeetrGal and See Them Prices Right John E Sexton 1 209 West Main The Attractive Bank Account convenience itindisposition fuudsState Bank Trust Richmond 8ENCf FURSAn Admirable Assortment of Exclusive Styles Lynx Pointed Foxes and Mink P1cA tk fashion vfhcsnlirJi 1i tlee1oss Tlieed furs lend smeefn4i1t1i ceieton 0 the TIM Ii mta le thp r1i IWIIWiUheI 0SVygOwfledWomen JJIl aIM r this seasonpIrsssat somPir4eiii o this sisorbsmOilve lIjf hosipowerfulnow nit ui wh reascnablcjpri lower thin else t t Yy a iiirtteftt mnni f 4 being J itt IrnI L4nedrp4d n a ifl F J L Lweu 4 sci b Jf f1feetwuriA P d i 7 Itjy illA Clean I 1 Sweep l I Ladies Shoes pumps aad and see all in wash You get 1 Are you one of the thousands of women who suffer from female ailments I If dont be discour aged go to your druggist and get a bottle of Wine of Cardui On are full directions for use During the last half century Cardui has been established in thousands of a safe remedy for pain which only women It is reliable no ingredients and be depend on in almost case Take SALE ISIfuOLURAM AND COMPANY Why Suiier I 1 It Will Help Y OniCharles Bragg Swceteer Ind tried Cardui She Tongue cannot tell much Cardui has done for me t Before I began taking Cardui I could not a days work I I would work awhile and lie down I shall always give praise toyour Try CarduL 4 AT ALL DRUG STOEES Y I IS PLACE Fresh Oysters 1V RICCISecond Telephone 3 Imperial Double etA Dollar SYdE a Dollar Earncdf tire Saying Dollars Getting just the right Suit fof thjbifc JLimc of year Sultsvlooj for the bul e of the summer and Dearly fall Youll never buy a aiirlike these for such little prices Finish the season looking well ressed and have and almost suitVnsxt SpYing y 115OO and 1800 Suitsr 1275 v 2000 and 2250 Suits j5 75 2 2500 and 2800 Suits 1975Sc 3000 and 3500 Suits 25 75 We are still making prices in all departments to close up and all spring and summer goods before our fall season begins Our stocks have been with many nev novelties and desirable stuff for your outing troussau Goods bought reduced prices and extremely I low prices will be named them i rfor vour benefit need anything in Mens and Childrens Low ribbon lies Call uswe have the new things hosiery fabrics etc can save money by buying from us posted Repectftillv so the wrapper homes as endure contains harmful can ed any J34 Mrs of writes how do medicine I THIS THE FOR The Disc uf Asuits new 7 cut replenished at by us on RARE CHANCE Big Pay for Solicitors THE CINCINNATJWEEKLY ENQUIRER is 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 in the work of soliciting sub scriptionsTHE WEEKLY ENQUIRER is now a twentyfour page 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 po litical and national affairs that are of interest to all people cut patterns for ladies and youths and miscella neous matter all of high moral in fluence also marketreports from all commercial centers and veterinary columnsThe aim being to present the reader with an exceptionally good family journal of superior merit free from all mattersthat an tagonize morality justice and truth To ciiculate such a paper all wellmeaning persons can benefit their community and add their mite in the uplifting of civic and political thought and action Any perso1 lady or gentleman withleisurehours 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 Scrivner Smoko a Gov McCreary cigar and be in the push Its elegant Only Sets M nndCity Paints may cost a trifle more but Stockton son- 2mnly For Sale I have Several good building Jots for sale located on Lancaster and Urcck Ave Location drainage cct tho very best Most desirable for apartment house or living residence Any one in terested in purchase pleaso call on the SonlDr HAR1OWIn the illustration below the Doubla Disc is shown in Iho position of turning Note the action of the Flexible jointed Frame Connection which permits tho Harrow to turn practically on ils own ground The blades do not track at any time there is na interference of parts and tho turn is mado without extra exertion from a P either drer or team There rs no strain on any part of tho Harrow and the ground is worked just tho same as when golngstraight ahead Tim Flexible Frame is a very important in fact indispensable feature No Double Disc llarrowcan boconveniontly handled or made to flo satisfactory work without it A rigid frame would cause a severe twisting straiirin turning niyl leave a series of holes arid ridges at the turning points The Imperial Double Harrow requires no more skill abilityOr exerHon tlww t erdinary stagte Burrow It is simple in construction and easy to handle and can be used wb a siiifk IknrrewcM Wiiirti It fe atade in1 5 0 andi foot sizes uitablefoc2 3 erA horses Ills mo teWta e btfag MjkUcIlf Ii ifceeost of two single Ua CW8nUt jwkeslioul4 not be the prime teiMfcfentttMi EMcimeyMtd MjMefty Old como first The jHCMiiiul4 be willtke Harrow do e ouk btbsr wock ml enough MMN work to ske U a 1n estmelt Jt eerUtely will fa quality of worst b4r pit P8 perfect fevwogk H fe wprthili IL costs aad more Jto epcWy Jti81he eqUaltrf twe ria te Harrows ole WWM wMlh saving of time labor and horses will eslpay for its K Iniui1e aon N f- All Itthe that we etal for the Iwpeml arrow ira guarantee it to pwMra bi tq field It ii M U WMK iittoaUM jHirchasec htmeU to bethIidEe of reiults Dougla3Sliplt1on8Dea e 5ecqeoi 1eJeph 2CJ u r FOOD FOR A YEAR MM JMIfe Milk 34B U Butttr looN Eggs 274z ViIsbhi Thk represents a fair ra tin fOi a man fora year But some people eat and eat and grow thinner This means a defective digestion and unsuitable food A large size bottle o- fScotts Emulsion equals in nourishing properties ten pounds of meat Your physician can tell you how it does it TOR SALE BY ALL DIKKKJISTS Ben lOb came of paper and thli ad for oar bc uJtnl Sitlass bilk and Child SketchBook Lack beck contaloi a Good Luck Penny SCOTT a EOWNEi 409 Pearl SU New York At Boson Druggist ILL Perry of the Rexall Pharmacy has just received an account of the big gathering in Boston a few days ago of the members of the United Drug Company who have become prominent on account of their Rexall remedies On pressing business Mr PerryI was not able to attend but the following is an account of the meeting taken from a leading Boston paper The most important convention of its kind ever held in the East if not in this country ended here last night when more than 1800 stockholders of the United Drug Company tnd some GOO ladies members Jr their families stood In the immense enclosure of the Boston Arena and united their voices in the chorus of IAuld Lang Syne as a finale to the annual banquet It made an impressive sight The magnitude of everything connected with the banquet cannot be adequately describ ed for the plans were carried out on a scale commensurate with what the convention represented a gathering of leading druggists from every section of the North American continent For three days business and pleasure were combined While the program was con fined to that length of time yet the early arrival in Boston of several hundred stock holders allowed these men to fraternize and exchange ideas extemporaneously and as many are to remain here a few days longer it means an entire week practically devoted to the interests of the company This was the eighth convention of those who stand sponsor for the Rexall remedie and it sur passed its predecessors in everyway Plans which had been perfected after months of work were in such complete shape that there was no possibility of dis arrangement and today President Louis K Liggett was complimented freely on the success achieved by him and his subordinates Men of prominence in attendance who have taken part in many national affairs were amazed at thd admirable features in troduced here and they were not stinting in their praise The convention opened last Tuesday morning at 930 a m In order to house the large gathering the Boston Arena was secured This is the largest building in Boston and while it is arranged to accommodate thousands it proved none to large for the United Drug Company con vention As the stockholders wanderd into the building they were surprised at its beauty The interior had been transformed into u Roman amphitheatre sun rounded by Italian gardens large white columns rearing their tops in to the air which with scenic paintings around the walls goluethenucessaty perspective to prevent the outtlOOtsjNitulaUy accompanijedby and Canada and they blend ed perfectly with the masses of white and green that abounded there The Rowan scheme was carried wit further by aa esplanade which took the plae4 of the regular entrances and exits and this accentuated he beauty of the arena because it was viewed from its beat point the moment one sapped within There were score of booths- erected where were display ed all the Rexall remedies These spaces were prettily decorated with flowers which were entwined about the lattice work so that they add ed to the general beauty of the scene This was especial ly truesit night when myriads of tiny electric bulbs of different colors glowed from eyery conceivable crevice and from the centres of beautiful flowers 10 Reward For return or information leading tore oeryorR largo young red fost hOUl l1No marks ctcopt few small naked spots on body U II Crooke tf Richmond Ky Optimistic A writer in the Lancaster Record contributes the following interesting article to the currant number of that popular paper Without discussing the merits or demerits of the tobacco pool I feel safe in saying that the agitation of the question is causing unnecessary alarm and distrust It is admitted that the tobacco crop is the source of considerable revenue but real estate the basis and the source of all wealth cannot be materially effected by a slight decline in the price of that crop Famine never comes from the need of a chew of tobacco or a drink of whiskey Many farms with fertile soil and bringingnigh tobacco is never grown on them Again it is true that laud is increasing in value in States where tobacco can not be grown This proves that land values have increas ed from the fact that capital is seeking it as the best and the safest investment and the additional fact that popua tion fis increasing thereby creating a demand for it which enhances value as in any other commodity- We want a great variety of crops by the cultivation of which many farmers have be come wealthy though they never cultivated tobacco claiming that it is severe on the soil aud requires atten tion all the year thereby being very costly and causing the farm to be neglected and a loss to be incurred in other crops fencing etc Many farmers turn their attention to corn wheat rye timothy clover etc which at the prices yield a handsome profit Many favor bluegrass and all kinds of stock including hogs mules sheep short horn or Jersey cattle and horses both common rind thoroughbred upon which many colossal fortunes have been made while the soil has been preserved with much ess labor trouble and annoy ance A careful study of anloneof tobacco is not neessary to insure the prosperity of the country and that the prices for that crop may yet be satisfactorily adjusted Catarrh Sufferers Good Thing to KnowI If you now own a Ilyomoi hard rubber inhaler U L iliddclton wants you to know that ho will soil you a bottle of IIYOMtil for only 50 cents Ilcmcmbcr this all who suffer with catarrh a bottlo of IIYOMEl pronounce it High omo is put up in a sop arato package and sold for 50 cents to accommodate tho vast army or people who already own a Ilyomci inhaler B L Middclton will sell it to you at that price and Jive you the opportunity to begin at onco to rid yourself of vile catarrh and tho siiufllin hawking and spitting that go with it Many paoplo through years of neglect have let catarrh got a strong hold upon them No matter bow chronic your catarrlial troubles IIYOMEl is guaranteed to cure thorn if you give it hat a chance Just breathe it thats nil and its heal- Ing soothing antiseptic properties will Hiako you feel bettor in a day If you own an inhaler got a 50 cent boltlo of IIYOMEl today If you do not own a lI oFfel inhaler ask for a sioe outfit which includes inhaler Chesnuts The first lot of chcsnuts from the nearby hills arc on the local market Natives claim that the supply this year is about the average Pawpaws have not as yet showed up but is understood that there is about the usoa supply bt ibem also If the haekberry pholds out and UKS permntnons come em ptatttif aUjr there will be gen eral rejotetag Uiis fall among the people as with the eM nuts and pawpaws they uak a great combination of delicacies I To doable your whwU crop you m uto the Peoria shoe and dice drill corn bitted Qtt D B Stwckelford Co T5 nitaryfleeceHnedUIiderwear heavy regular 50 cent quality 39cents Ladies heavy fleece lined Vests and Pants color cream 25ceachL- adies Union Suits fleece lined pure white or cream 50ctsC- hildrens fleece lined Union Suits in gray and cream sizes 1 to 12 years 25c Suit Bear Skin Cloaks all colors 198 Bear Skin Caps in all colors 35 cts 4I For the Children You never saw such hoso for boys and girls that would give such wear as Wundcrhoso yet Wundcrhoso are not heavy and clumsy They wear better than if they were Its because of tho quality in Vunderhose that they last that they can bo warranted They are strongly re inforced at heel and toe perfect fitting comfortable AVunderhoso are good all through and look good too Four pairs in a box for 3100 Gill and see McCalls Patterns 10 and 15 cents J Coldsonthe 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 toral forthis disease Keep yourfamilyI A We publish our foraulu I ltillersWebanish aleoht you to your When you tell your doctor about the bad taste in your mouth loss of appetite for breakfast and frequent headaches and when he sees your coated tongue he will say You are bilious Ayers Pills work well in such cases Mods b71he1 C Ayer Co IiOwoll Mu Found- On Foirtlt street gold cross and chain Owner can have same by paying advertising charges Money to Loan on Good Farm Lands Tho NorthwesternMutual Life In surance CJ will loan at 5 per cent interest on good Improved farm lands on Mortgage Apply to L C Chenault Attv 09tf Richmond Kv PUBLIC SALE WO will sell at public salo at 10 a m- on the promises on the Talcs Creek pike miles from Richmond on Saturday Oct 29 1910 the following to wit 5 milch cows 3 jersey heifers ono 2 year old steer 2 yearling saddle fillies 1 sow and 8 pigs 7 jennets 2 yearling jaeks1 roller 1 mower 1 harrow 2 com planters 1 corn sheller 1 low wheel wagon a cultivator several plows some farming implements 1 sur roy and buggy aud other things too numerous to mention Terms made known on day of sale Misses Pattie and Annie Deatherage satisfy wearable values 1250to 18 Coats c SHave you received a Griffon Style Bookfre- eEr the asking Handsomest I book the dayJWe have received all our New Coats for Ladles and Childrena- nd would be pleased to have you inspect- them EV Elderlrm Commissioners Sale Mrs Babo Ilooten c Pllfs vs Notice of Sale Roberta Reed c Defts Underand by virtue of a judgment and order of sale rendered at tho October Term 1910 of the Madison Circuit Court in the above styled action the undersigned Master Commissioner of said Court will on Saturday Nov 5 1910 at 11 oclock A Mon tho premises in Richmond Ky sell to tho highest and best bidder tho following described property viz A Store House and Lot of Ground located on the north Kyfrontingoccupiedbysirable property Said property will be sold on C and 12 months time The purchaser being re quired to execute bond with approved security bearing 0 per cent interest from dato until paid lo have tho force and effect of a judgment anti a lien retained on the property until all the pur chase money is paid II C RICE M C M C C Immediately after tho foregoing sale according to tho directions of tho will of John Q Taylor I his administratorwill sell at public auction on Saturday Nov 5 1910 his Into residence at corner of First and Irvine streets and vacant lot 20 feet wide adjoining both in tho very heart oftho city of Richmond A splendid corner lot with brick residence and va cant lot for building A more particular description of both and dimensions will be gladly furnished upon inquiry separatelybringing thin most money Terms of payment wilt bo and 12 months with lien retained- J E GRKEXLEAP Administrator with Will Annexed Mrs Maude Mackey Walk ersHair Dressing Parlor Come in and have your hair dressed in the newest style braids And puffs j made to order Braids restored to natural color Highest prices paid for combings Two door above Stocktons drug store on Main street Olllco phono 515 residence 202 0 MO You cannot afford to buy your drill until you understand the merits of the Peoria shoo and disc drill DrB ShackolfordCp WINTER TOURIST TICKETS TO FLORIDAANDON SALE DAILY VIA j alGOOD RETURNING UNTIL MAY 31 1911 For Putt Partkulura call on or write II C KINO Patceacer ami Ticket tlGI EMmSt LEXINGTON KY t The Best in Jeweirydgrn s Invites You lo This Store ITrji ku4 foM eoiyweiiTJjTTrl rniifl rrifj TiilifrTrri nrrurtrliai 0 i t ol or Mock sssw 1h hr Uip flip 4 orojnxt will carryawar a ttiH bs bi4 jMr bk WPriYl to bsiy Iok jiaM uiuFphhs mt K 8di re rk ttfj DL E5LANJBig Watckjigu IQ Main Streei r NIso well prepared to the wants of men in rich sty lish clothes as now Youll be surprised at the at we offer at prices from New Rain OvercoatsCravenand tS of V Ul If so ToddEdwards Main Orchlrd K The Boy With A Watch is always Jho envy of his companions If yon wants to make your boy really happy give him a watch that will keep real time Tpu can get one hero for very little money or for as much as you care to pay We guaranteo all watches we handle and the guarantee of this storo means something YEAGER 1ii the SOLD WEEK A Newly Invented Sewing Machine Now On Sale 30 TRIAL The Inventor Mr Free Doesnt Want The Low May people hue woinkred why we have wifd such eMh llttic lan ajKldifCSimply b4cM we fee e tWHM tcte our finger rips about liTke 1REE tWill we are convNKed about tftt bselttlt superiority of The FREE efCHY we have- NHaCever hr4 abowtthat we dont eryi 4fetcll JFOU the price It ioe r J 1 Childrens sweat e r coats in red white trimmed in red and light blue sizds 1 to 6 5OctsS- weater coats for men 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 black patent leather Belts for ladies 25ctsA- merican Beauty Corsets are guaranteed not to rust All the new fall shapes 1 and 150 Comforts 98c to 350 Blankets 50c to 10 made Sheets Pillow Cases and Pillows Fancy Pillow Tops all colors I 0 cents each Fay Stockings for chil dren 25c pair R G McCall Patterns 10 centsI= ARE Interested in Lumber Lath Shingles Doors Sash Etc see Ltmther Co Phone 100Corner Richmond jewelry FJMA IN STRFFT RICHMOND KENTUCKY FREE Now Famous Sewing Machine ASLOW ASlA Is DAYS Price Told Ready Corsets low We and Mr Free both realize that if you were told the price without seeing the machine you would not be to appreciate the fact that The FREE is the perfect 20th Century Sewing Machine Instead of advertising the price we prefer to make it easy for you to own aFREE by offering it at your own terms as low as 1 a week andIabove all we would like ta have The FREE a 30 day trial in your own home Try this machinetest it sew with it on all kinds of material if you then are not entirely satisfied if you are not convinced that it is the best machine have ever sewed on uptodueIfbiggestbug1inthe machine to us and we will refund your deposit so that the trial will not cestyouooecentWe IIbtl the bett way ta sell Tit FUFH bccuM we lie tare ithat no woman will be trilling to Ml alone without the S HItol Ball Bnrintf the Moretnetit the French IffDncn the Sbntile Ejector the Itots Spool Pit Automatic Lrcklm Dnwetv Anwmlllc TtasJAit Relesse AotMniUc ThfeaJ Cadre tei Hot ImptovtJ Heal Latch ale DJoilae thie tot 0 diy on The FREE 2toTCFRE tomorrow and let us tend it tight out oJMI home Come tomorrow tuman lliggins Furniture Cppets7 Stove OppJtotel Glyndon Wfsl l r5treEt LePeoria Drill i Dont Over Look the Best j The grcatcst Dull of the age Has put new life into wheat i growers Combining both shoe and disc something that haSbeen lacking in the Disc Drill You cannot appreciate this Drill until you see it You cannot afford to buy until ryoy know its features over others For further information It call and see tlLn B Shackelford Co Hardware Tinware Stove and Farm Implements That Cold Roomon the side of the house where alwayshasrest of the house There are times when it is necessary to raise the temperature quickly or to keep the periodThatmethod of heating without great trouble and overheating the rest of the house The only reliable method of heating such a room alone by other means is to use a ERFECTIO l tOKELES8 Alsohtely smokeless and odorlea vhlch can be Kept at full or low heat for a short or long time Four quarts of oil will give a glowing heat for nine hours smellr shows the amount of oil In the font Fillercap does not screw on but is put in like a cork in a bottle and is attached by a chain and cannot get lost An automaticlocking flame spreader prevents the e wick from being turned high enough to smoke and is easy to remove and drop back so that it can be cleaned in an instant The burifcr body or gallerycannot become wedged and can be unscrewed i in an Instant for japan or strong durable well made built for service and yet light and ornamental Has a cool handle HOT BLAST Dealers Everywhere II xol at yours urite for deicripfjit circular ta the nearest cgeaty cftht Standard Oil Company Incorporated Globe 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 Buy for Service A money saver for people l who want a good stove at F an honest price See it in operation you will like itl SOLD EXCLUSIVELY BY D Buckley Co I East Main Street Ladies ReadytoWear Garments fyrJir some stock 4 Mrs Jflt BarlowJ 0 Jfl 8wiIhFJY8eler r WestMamst Ky 1W g I Rr 1Ii1trnaPIILI4Nx THE cliAx raNGCO IiMIorpOratett A D XlLTXto KOITOR MMhfel HW8 MMOMTWH tietmi ttWMW MMUMEM IUWC FBICE fiiOO PER YBAB 7ABVMC a WEDNESDAY OCT 11 1910- AlL My Pmples Gone Girl Tells Hew a Bletcby Skis Was Cleansed fcy a Sample Wash r was ashamedof icky face writes Miss Minnie Pickanl ot Altamahaw N O It was alt fun of pimples and scars Imt after using D D D Prescription I can say that BOW there is no sign of that Eczema and that was three years ago D D D has become so famous as a cure and instant relief in Eczema and all other serious skin diseases that its value is sometimes overlooked in clearing up rash pimples black heads and all other minor forms of skin impurities Tho fact is that while DD D is so penetrating that it strikes to the very root of Eczema or any other serious trouble the soothing Oil of Wmlorgreen Thymol and other in gredients aro so carefully compounded thorn is no wash for the skin made that can compare with this groat household remedy for every kind of skin trouble- D D D is pleasant to use perfect ly harmless to tho most delicate skin and absolutely reliable A25 cent bottle will give you positive proof of the wonderful effectiveness of this great remedy Stockton Son Richmond Ky Cotton Seed Meal Until about 40 years ago cotton seed were thrown away burned up used by some as a fertilizer but generally regarded as being worthless while today cotton seed bring mdny dollars to the purse of the Southern planter and the products therefrom find a worldwide market Cotton seed meal has attracted much attention in the feeding world in the past few years and each 3 ear some food expert dis covers some new use for this valuable commodity Twenty years ago it was an extreme ly difficult matter to interest a cattle feeder sufficiently to even give cotton seed meal a fair trial today it is a hard matter to find a practical cattle feeder who does not use cotton seed meal There is no grain product from which protein most important of all feeding material to an animals sy tcmcan be obtained so cheaply as from high grade cotton seed meal which contains 41 per cent protein At the present time only about one half of the output of cotton seed meal manufactured in this country is used here fully onehalf is exported The thrifty New England Farm ers were the first people in the United States to appreciate the value of this wonder ful feed enough to buy and use it the Northern Western and Southern feeders are be ginning to awaken to the fact that they have long overlook ed a most valuable feed Whereever cotton seed meal is properly used it makes everlasting friends The object with the uptqdat feeder is to produce the best cattle in the shortest length of time at a minimum expense To do this it is necessary to use cotton seed meal In buying cotton seed mealalways buy the best it is the cheapest intbe end and any dealer will be glad to furnish you with literature relative to feeding If you cannot obtain such literature from your dealerwritetheA- gricultural Experiment Station for such information Eye Shows Disease According to Dr W Anderson a Norwegian scientist all diseases and injuries are registered on the iris either by color spots or lines each organ of the body being connected up with the iris and having its represen tative place there The right eyeris the indicator lor the right part of the odyaud the left eye the indictor for tie left half Th new system of diagnosis is said to hare been diswoyered by Professor Pe rtly of Poland who in his boyhood caught KB owl and the birds right leg wasbrQlteT1aeboy noticed a bteck tripein its right eye He kept the bird aad found that when the fracture WM well the blaci line disappeared Kwybodrii OftHittf foy Mo Cwfcry cigar th 9ttt MT pbwcd on thi market I A BODY BUILDER roEThE CEtLSANDtISSUE S A FOWEIFUL STRENGTH FRBHHX im RECdNSTRUCTIGN T8N1C FOX TIE BLMB ANB NERVOUS SYSTEM A IettIe Pwxkawd Tenr Start Yea RJWea the Readto Health Guaranteed to Give Satis faction or Money Refunded SOLD- BYStockton Son Willing to Call It Off Lew Dockstrader Tells Story to Illustrate His Theory That Were All Superstious Were superstitious says Lew Dockstrader Ever heat the story of the two negroes who got into an argument One says to the other Ill bet yo a dollah thatjE got the nerve to sit on a tombstone in de graveyard while the clock strikes mid night The bet was made but the other man had to go along to see whether or not the conditions were carried out On the way to the cemetery the second man fell and broke his wooden leg But he was so anxious to win that dollar that he took the leg off and hobbled along to the cemetery one hand on the other negros shoulder They seated themselves on a prostrate tombstone Do I win that dollah or do I not asked the man who made the proposition triumphantly Just then the clock in the chuch steeple began to strike From behind a bush near by a sheeted figure advanced Up on the negroes Whafoah are you all distuhbin mah rest it asked The negro that bet he wasnt afraid started for home on the keen jump The only way out was through narrow lane bound ea on either side by tall hedges About half way down the lane the running negro heard a patpatpat justbehind him He could feel the hot breath of his pursuer on the back of his neck A hand reached out and touched him on the coat and he just doubled his speed Oh malt goodness iiiftgah said the voice of the one legged man get outen malt road and yo can keep yo ole doliah Here Is A Remedy That Will Cure Eczema We Prove It Why waste time and money export menting with greasy salves and such trying to drive the eczema germ from underneath tho skin when II Ii Perry guarantees Zemo a clean liquid prepara tion for external use to rid tho skin of tho germ life that causes tho trouble One application will relievo the itching and often times one bottle is sufflciout to cure a minor case of eczema In over 2000 towns and cities in America the leading drujrgist has tho agency for Zemo and lie will tell you of the marvelous cures mado by this clean simple treatment Zomo is recognized as the cleanest and most popular treatment for eczema pimplos dandruff and all other forms of skin or scalp affections whether on infant or grown person Will you try a bottle on our recommendation Perrys Drug Store A Great Minister =The Lexingtod Hei aid says Rev Hutjh McLellan minis ter of the Christian Church at San Antonio Texas began a revival last night at the Broadway Christian Church in this city and was greeted withanaudincetbatahnost completely filled the large auditorium Dr McLellan is regarded as one of the great est preachers intheChristam Church and he is yelL known here st11iglithe discussed Pilates rdshWha then shall I do with Jesus wjio is called the Christ 0 The evangelist said that evers intelligentman should know something of the character rof JesusChristi that to know him ittte admire him Upa l to admire him Vi to love him aad that to k vu him is to obev him In response to the invitMion- one woalaa came iQrwafd to confess her faitb The meet ings will oonimue throughout the weekandwili begin at 7 30 Oclock aevening SPAPER REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVEHTISIHGBY THE IL OV1C NKW YORk AND CHICAOO WtAMCHES IN ALL THE RINCJWU ClTfitt j Hog Cholera Serum That Does the Work is Found By Uncle Sam A suecessfuldernonstiou- Qf the value of the ii w for irnment serum for preventing hog cholera has just 1JfI n conclude at South Omaha UnitjedSUtte Agriculture Thirty pigs wfiighing from 40 to 00 pounds each wcrcpurchasel frora a farm which had been free from hog cholera for several years and on July 23 four of them were injected with blood from hogs sick of hog cholera Theseinuoculat ed pigs were placed in aen- by themselves and within five days they had become sick at which time 18 of the remaining pigs were each given one dose of the serum while the other eight pigs were not treated in any way The thirty pigs were then placed in the same pen The four pigs which were first given hog cholera all died and the eight untreated pigs all contracted the disease from them The 18 serum treated pigs lemained v perfectly well and were finally turned over to the Union Stock Yards Company The department does not distri bute this serum to farmers but is endeavoring to bring the method to the attention of the stockraising interests They consider this new serum will result in the saving of millions of dollars Hog raisers in Kentucky will be glad of this discovery if it proves as effective as repot ed It will save thousands of dollars worth of pokers in the Bluegrass APoet and a Woman You bent above the gravoand rc dthc stone Where long agoIsaw your quick tcai start V Some singor unremembered and unknown Had woven into song his broken heart And then you asked if only loss and death v Moved man to truer song and brought tho need Of rAusifs balm and that assuaging breath Which falls so poignantly from lips thai bleed You asked how I who know 4ind mourned no dead Could hope for music since its cords must spring From death and sorrow and lont said llavo I not my dead selves of which tc siiig The aLive demand for all classes of stoeklasgivehan impetus to the p ultuy in dustry and there will be thousands who will embark in it in the spring on various scales from the keeping of family flocks to extensive poultry plants says a leading poultryman Those who have the sticktoitiveness will reap the reward that comes ot engaging in a business which is on the rise Eggs and poultry will never reacha low level again Better methods of marketing eggs will cause a greater consumption and the high price of beef which cannot go lower induces consump tion of more poultry and the pricein sympathy with that of beef will maintain a high level This means that the production of eggs and mar ket poultry will be more profitable than ever before and the money making era in poultry raising is here and the field ripe for the harvest It is the time to begin and secure a portion of the vast amount which is being paid every year fRt poultry and eggs and which amount wilT be larger in 1911 than ever beforeThere is a feeling now among poultryHieu that the poultry industry on a solid foundation and that the moneymaking era has arrived Never in the litstory of tile industry has prospects looked brighter While we can lot reasonably ask ioi anything better than thepr8ent there is every ais Haicetbt the future of the industry will ba sftli betteri Cerfcio ly pricea for poultry pvo duels Vi1l not go lower ex lept the usual fall in the priM of eggs next sprtajr whicli will still leav UJB wet ibovthe LOr pro dneiioQ 1I ia aciiaoce of leed an borne cheaper which wiUiwip opt Ute pofits In oo otheircaHing is there a chaoee to make as IMge a percentage of profit fas if poultry keeping and the time to do is nowp zTi ii U Tlu WilTailor V lsrkes late Gfold AinStmth said a inagaztae iWIex tided good aTvice OR all oc casions You klWItkLifltheir clesircto sell toss and noBaades wake coarse and instilling references tp hei11 patrons baldness W 11a Montreal arber once critiz the condition of Prof red haiivin that way saying Hopelessly bad s your scalp looks sir jny Scalpene Dandruffla will fix it up The aged philosopher flushed and retorted You are very foolish to point out your patrons physical dcf ctsrhatsaddens and displeases them It doesnt make them buy It drives them away and they will never return You would be wiser my poor fellow to imitate a success ful down town tailor This man says to every patron as he takes his measurehe says it toafat and lean short and tall alike Its an extraordinary thingof course you already know it sirbut you have exactly the same measurements as the Apollo Belvi dere Stock Holders Must Pay A special from Ccatlyvillo says A largo crowd of creditors of the National Bank of Beattyvillo many from the county gathered around the building last Wednesday eager to learn of tho con dillon of the institution but wore un able to learn how much or when they would receive their money The bank is in charge or Percy II Johnston Examiner st r rgeand K D Garrett State Bank Examiner who will remain to wind up tho affairs of the bank The Examiners are giving out noth jug to tho customers in the way of In formation but it is understood that the loans amount to 77000 and deposits to about SC8COO It is believed tho depositors will be paid in full but tho stockholders will borequired under the double liability act 10 pay double the mount of their stock to do this Race Growing Sturdier Dr Sargent of Harvard finds that the present day undergraduate is an iiieh taller and four or five pounds heavier than the uiidergradu ate of 80 years igo and he lays it to athletics We doubt that Why not lay it to the generally believed fact that their mothers are taller and more healthy than were their giaudmothers Administrators Sale As administrator of Dr David Ben nell deceased I will o- nThursdayrOctobr 27 19 JOt at the oM home pace 1iear F xtov in Madison Co 1soU publicly all the live stock Clirmin hIiIJements household and kitchen furniture belonging to the estate of deceased viz 11 large nice work mules in good condition 1 3yoarold liorso mule 1 yearling mare mule 1 sucking mare mule regislered byJayThis mare has record of 219 14 1 big nice rocka way mare geldingthreeAutoharp 1 thoro gibrcd filly by Handsel and registeredIout of Autoharp 2 years old registered 1 thoroughbred filly hy Ilandszol and out of imported Cherry Button 1 year old register 1 thoroughbred colt by Handsel and out of Crcnau year old 1 yearling colt out of Autoharp yearling lilly by Lovclard D23tbr bylaybred lilly 1 sucking colt by Haxhall 2 Mexican burros gentle for children to ride and drive a milch cows and calves 5 meat hogs 1 sow njul pigs Farming implements consisting of wagon land harness 2 grass seed strippers Champion mower hay rake etc- Household and kitchen furniture diningtabloDavenportSofascarpets rugs etc 130 horsu power B JI P Studebaker verylittle2 bugKics and harness Sale will begin prdmptlyat10 oclock All sums of fifty dollars and under cash Above fifty dollars a good note payable at Madison National Dank on or before Jan 1 10- HWalter Bennett Adrhr ImmtJivoJy followingnbbvo sate and at the same placo thin undersigned as hellleirsI Doz tract of bo jl 51 acres 1101fromstate of cultivation with ve1menlsIhes1I1tho dwelling maA will take 1MlYhocnroTract No 2 of about 145IMre to b determined accurately by 1Jriey1iihfi norlk half of the Bennett homeMetL Jast north of Foxtpwh in Jilad onOOtltttv Phelpsfronkm turnpike and ruiwiiMf with the aidpike to wards Foxtown alwrt 1Z milE liOae lehving tile pike ftdnlfUt al moat itUlje9t to George Phelpelipe iud a point Jie rwber Oort IheljM Mf JttmesUerinftttaud tnwt eor nr4hce with XSUelp 4 Hwa M Hao flrQn bern cisklJriwd other ImpiWmMU Dr Rut ledge Uvn Ae dw 4IUIojr taA will give desired uifonaiaiiKi to interarttJ f1Tfnns she purebwe money jnu t be pWin CMkon Jaaiikry IhJiU and the balance in one and two- years from January L 1911 evidenced bytwonoios of equal smouitsbearitig C pr cent interQst retained fpr4e ferred payments clllllol1hee Jati uury I 1911 AttywWuiteW 0 Ssnnei pg w 3 r Concerning Your Home Every modern borne should hve ajribdern and thoroughly de poodable plumbing system Detive and unreliable pumbin- Rviiri in flip hhroom kitchen or any other psrt of the howe Vinv8riablyinterferewiththeC0m101t and I convenience of the whole family often II seriously affect health It is therefore most important that your home should be as per feet in respect to the plumbing equipment modern sanitary science can make it This is always the case when tdei4P- lumbing Fixtures are installed in a house These fixtures are unexcelled for quality and sanitary efficiency hence they are thefixtures we recommend and supply The plumbing work on every job we do is proof of our high regard for QUALITY May we estimate for AII you c1 Richmond Motor Plumbing Company kIncorporated c Music Pupils Wanted I am soliciting class in piano and vocal music lessons to be given at- mybomoon North street For further particulars apply to Miss Mary Traynor Hail dyspepsix or indigestion for years No appetite and what I did eat distrjsfied me terribly Bnrdcck WalkertIFor Sales Extra good tobaccosticks MOWUUAY ROBISSOX OM31 West Irvine Ky Never can tell whrn youll mash a flugsr or ratTer Rcnttbruiss burn or scald Be prepared Dr Thomas Eclectic Oil instantly relieves the pain quickly euros the wound For Rent desire to rent my house and about nine acres of land situated on Big Hill avenue For further particulars see the undersigned 0282t John Mlman Constipation causea headache nausea diziiM languor heart pal pitntion Diastic piijsics grip sicken weaVpn the bowels and dont ruie Doaiit Kesirets net gently and cure ronstipaiion 23 cine Ak jour druggit Estrayed From my place on or about the Ifith of last August a red yearling heifer Weight about pounds or more red with white hind legs front feet white while spot in forehead with some white underbody and a natural poll I will ply a lioiml reward for her return to mo or any information that will lead to her recovery Brvant Ilolinan Million Ky Tine wise mart carries both lila and firo insurance Dan II Break Inns the bust police tf Dont let tlio baby tuir fi oin csinn sortsor anyitchiiBof the shin Doaus Ointmnut gcs instt nt r Hrf iurce quickly Ieifccily eafu for cliU Ireii All dmtiss tell it Consign Your Live Stock TO CrCSeal Co Union Stock Yards Cincinnati O And receive the highest market price as wo are tho largest order buyers on tho Cincinnati market W S NORRIS oct 3mo Give DAVE FREEMAN A Share of Your Fire Insurance Business He Will Appreciate It Ho represents the nest Fire Insurance Companies in the business and guaran t tees satisfaction H C2 DOTY SURVEYOR solicago of those its patron needing ser vices of n competent man Address RICHMOND KENTUCKY James Hunley Will buy or sellyour house farm town lots or any thing else in the Real Estate line Any business intrusted to him will be promptly and carefully attended to See him if his services are needed 1DO You Read The BlueGrass- Farnler Edition Lexingt l IThJ fe the eeular Monday morning Mws edilkw contain ing 1hiOtis ies devoId to gMr lfa m aews awJ news p lakimf VeiiM fi mi g inter est of the Bl e tlrass section 3Centinky lpW pecial Rte It M 112 Ktre1baD fourtesn months of good news and farm paper pom blued for tb aber small amoant Offar wand get ail viintage of UM full time The Lexington Herald Inobrpoatwl LEXINGTON KBKTUCKY NOTJICE 0 J r I am paying highest cash prices f for Hides and Tallow Also ffiia f1 Wool Will treat you right t I pay the HIGHEST MARKETTRRICtV FURS X Ring phone 63 J K E 1 M WJDEStRICHMOND KENTUCKY 1InviI Model Radiators and Wonder atOak Heating Stoves The besl the market affords t t I WeSell the Best Cooking Stoves Madef tH t We also sell and recommend the SUPERIOR WHEAT DRILL the best made i J Jt c J TAYLOR OLDHAm i The Famous Rayb fThe Lamp with Diffused Light should always be used where several people sit becauseit does not strain the eyes of those sitting far from it The Rayo Lamp is constructed to give the maximum diffused white light Every detail that increases its lightgiving value has been included The Rayo is a lowpriced You may pay 5 10 or even 20 for other lamps and get a more expensive containerbut you cannot get a givesThis and strength ened burner A strong durable shadeholder keeps the shade on firm and true Easy to keep polished as it is made of solid brass finished in Once a Rayo User Always One Dealers srripttwarctStandardCompanyIncorporated s4 lor 3 Sl S IROCERIESr b Is Our Specialty l jc Getourprksno trouble to shofeyou goods JCountrv j l j if 4 IFYOLiCANToM 1 1 Telephone 16 or 323 Sewell McKinttey 4 t 1 1 40 1 42 North Street k it We have the best A I 4- Toftcco ST1CKSe- veibiiought J fE 5l i to thismarket N6 r t hu tn deorQurlttK I 9riedlumberComeaIi seefor yuieIf e irihti r n c O1I ftCougI4itft= 1 34 Jf Lmher Cou1 ie t t jctBtovmuri toEd Blanton Qk c Near L A pot TeIpfrn 42 A Dainty Dressing Case is a necessity for the dainty woman NO other article of furniture appeals to her more ofthesesee it Note the good big mirrors the com modious drawers the completeness of their conveniences And finally note how moder ately even the most elaborate case is priced H BENNETTandHIGGINS UNDERTAKING t I BuyingYour is risky businessrisky to your pocketbook Its no idle dream that prices will soon advance You know iodo we Save money by lotting us fill your bins NOW The satisfaction is well worth both the cost and trouble Telephone IiO he Red Ash Jellico We have tho exclusive sale A trial order will convince you that oara is a little better than you have been getting elsewhere ansi possiblyless Fall Weigh or Coal Forfeited WWBroaddusCoOrchard Lime Cement Etc A foale that Invigorates both old and young For weak nervoush mea Evcrybotfie it TODAY DRHOAGS STOCKTON SON n A DOBROW5KY FIRST STREET For Sale Must Be Sold Three good buggies 2 new and 1 secondhand but as good as now a Stormes fresh Jersey cow and heifer calf fine milker calf four weeks old 2 good family horses work anywhere and broke in the city 2 good sots of harness All this will bo sold at a bargain and must be sold at once Robt WalkerStable corner Water First Streets Come to Owen Mclvco Richmond Ky for dry goods nnd notions Others do and why not you tf Coal Feed k Shingles Etc Buying Coal is like buying anything else The purchaser is ALWAYS better satisfied when ho KNOWS ho has the BEST Thats the way about buy lagyour WINTER CoalCoil is what wo must all havedur1s the winter season and ve dp not want the TROUBLE of BREAKING an4 CARRYING out a lot pt CLINKERS and ASHES before we buikl ow ANW Jwt what we are cofflpelted to tioejWe buy poor slow burning cheap eoato Buy the BEST Such as Rex Red Ash Jeliico and Straight Creek Theres BOM better and Uw jHwob is ALWAYS PLBASED wh I1M bujr from u gatWactkM jroacaiitoed WILlHUGHiV r SON- riJw Mvs a iew thoaad Popia Shlrr1loirouMPJ PAI2 Iiir I 1 Around TOWnWA- NTEDGirles 1 l l Oco+ to work iu the Glove factory Call phono 428 For Sale A Moores Heating stove in perfect condition Halo D03n2t House for rent in good condition apply Cut Rate Groceries either 2or3 1012lt FOR KENT My house on West Main street for tho year of 1911 Mrs J Speed Smith Some of tho farmers have paid as high as 195 per bushel for seed wheat says the Woodford Sun James Bean sold to Levi Miller of Pennsylvania 23 head of yearling mules at 100 per head Danville Ad vocato A pear tree on tho farm of Wm Lit trell near Midway was in full bloom last week being the second time the tree has bloomod this year Lewis Nealo sold last week to J S Collins 100 export cattle at 700 a hundred They averaged a little over 1500 pounds and wore a fino bunch Lost between Irvine pike andopera house locket and chain engraved fucIreturn to this otllcojinil receive reward Lucy Daniels 801 Irvine pike Smoke Cuban Club lOc Cuban Star 5c A box supper will bo given at Brooks nightOctoborevery ono cordially invited Proceeds for befouL of tho school Sold Farm Mr M P Kimbrell sold last Saturday a farm of 71 acres near Brookstown to S IV Baldwin for 2500 RentIFurnished or unfurnished Apply to 209 Lancaster Avenue 102021 At Home The ladies of faculty of Madison Institute will be at homo on the first Saturday of each month from three to five in the afternoon 2x Centers Won Leo Centers a handy man about town was the holder of the lucky ticket at the opera house last Saturday evening Ho won the kitchen cabinet Important Tho annual stockholders meeting of the Richmond Base Ball Association will be hold on Nov 14th Monday at 730 p m in the Elks Club rooms Real Estate James W Moore sold last week to John Moore of Doylesvillo a house and lot on East Main street opposite the cemetery and adjoining the property of Amil Lorisch for 1700 Will Continue Thn meeting at the Methodist church is growing in interest and Rev Crutch fiold will continue services at hours an nounced previously Everybody is cor dially invited to attend Ankle Hurt George Myers the telegraph boy was thrown from his pony and suffered a badly sprained ankle yesterday morning while riding doWn the hill near the com etery on East Main street He is a son of G H Myers Going Some Harvey Helm spoke last evening to the voters of Kirksville and vicinity and tonight he is billed for Doylesville Everything was enthusiastic at tho Kirksvillo meeting last evening and the majority there will be a big one Fixing Up The Richmond Hotel at the depet Is oeing overhauled and many new im proyemeals put in Tile dining retwill be enlarged and other parts of the house will be made mere modern Manager Vandeveer Is esjoylm a nice tra4eat present The bulWtac befengs to Mrs A E Curse At 5ctsthe GovMcCrcary dgaristhe best value on the sIDokerEverY1bodYselIs To Speak V Governor MoCreary vjHJ heard ifc week on the firing Iroe et the Hatiwijp J He swk VJ mlfwburf Mt MoihJay v ef te a bir crowd d dII ct jitw iii Jledlerc p4 u will help to ssJ ft jwitiec for the democmt4Cii4I illl Ifce Jfiaih a K Tenth dUtrktik 11 a = Oyster FeasU O4itOrMH14 of UNSeo- d lata is jr the neMheni ol the toot ball team ot tbatiMtMutioaaa oysterapper1aa gttpMajr evening at JoeL There were fourteen In the party atId about two hundred birfat oynterl wei e vvsnA The plntlllDire4 UM wurf ttt the cptft bM Ml 4 I 1 Hif nVtf j 1 IHanari She I d i rW Ov r ats With Presto CollarsTWO PERFECT COLLARS IN ONE c H GREAT IMPROVEMENT OVERCOAT MAKING Please look at Figure One in the illustration and see the collar worn in the regular wayit fits and looks just like any other fine Overcoat collar Then note in Figure Two how the change is made in a few seconds to the Presto style as shown in Figure Three making the most perfect neck and 9 throat protector ever known I Presto collars are very desirable but can be successfully made only by the most careful tailoring 1 fesuch tailoring as you always find in garments bearing the Kenton label V 1 Buy a Kenton Overcoat with the Presto collar and youll get the best yet produced C Youll find our Overcoat stock this season larger than ever All the new Grays Browns and Tans in every variety of color combinationswith the Presto collars and without or 9 short coatsall reasonably pricedf1 000 12501 2000 2250 2500 I COVINCTON and BANKSTHE STORE FOR QUALITY E11- p ==== r ==yv = r = JVJtJJrv rr r vYw W BROADDUS COSOLE AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED The Best Coal Mined If there Was Any Better We Would Sell It W W BROADDUS COTelephone 110 1 35 Orchard Street Richmond Kentucky Good Plan Mr Jesse Cobb the JJurley Tobacco Societys leader in this Section is very optimistic over the outlook of the 1909 pool and the decision of tho executive committee last week to divide the 80000000 Ibs of the crop now remaining In the pool evenly between Cincinnati LousvilleandLoxingtpn and sell it on the brnkes Ho thinks it is the best plan yet devised for disposing of the crop Real Estate The following real estate transfers have been recorded the county clerks office Alma Hobson to Samuel Royce parcel of ground in Bronstbn addition for 50 FG Galloway to Jason Walker lot in Farristown for 3333 J E Powells Executors to Farris Taylor 2 lots in Valley View for 4f Master Commissioner L G Powers tuG Alt Harris property OB Halite Irvintf street for lGOO Young Burriam Hurt Logan the twe1vayeeroldSon of Mr and Mrs T BDurnalB had the ants fortune to break his Mtarm near the elbow last Saturday while play at the homo of hk paresis in the country The little fellow watWalkingon the top board of a high fence and in som- emannerkt his foelifig He fell heavily to the ground entthfag his arm under him He wilt earry the injured member in splials for M TWfaldays Mays Lost Deputy U S MarriwllWilltem Mays lain hard back He had about 1068 Mttyvilleof it Mdril yvy sltw although it w reported that the debitors will be paid Cap W TShorLaioh dai4 sum on dpoH in Umt btk a fw m oU apt1Mtthefjt tf Ou if tbi it would ba beet to tfMMfor the MMNMIIK and be k rjOiei Ow dUH Yloeof UM SmsLocal ihthirs sjes Be u at Leiin U n Oatiirjlijr wftna a ein of eftAwg M hm ua4 or the teMrt OM MMrtM f Richmond tioinmaadMy Knl Isnt an rat among the ocndidaUd 1frG ustor GpurJej Coof Beai rritto XroAlleo Zaripgran enthusiastic shrfner was a I proMinmt attsndant iod 1Led to ser toM tbsandidstewzjIcfl a polius Tbesee ws t 1 bf W 01 tht itf Circuit Court Came To A Close Last Satur day After Three Weeks Of Business Judge Rentoh adjurncd the October term of the Circuit Court last Saturday bdocketFew Judges there are in the Circuit Courts of the state who handle their dockets with as much precision as Judge Benton and thus prevent any congestion or unnecessarily continued cases from term to term- Theomrnonwealtli occupied most of the last week with its cases and the last three days of the term Tho Adams Express Company was acquitted on a charge of unlawfully selling liquor ansi Wyatt Turner was given a fino of 20 for shooting craps The Forkner trfal as was expected attracted no little interest and the court bmanrlistenersby able legal latent The trial of Fork nor for the killing of Tandy Haggard his acquittal on this charge in this county awl the serious charge of Subornation of Perjury folkwtajf so shortly afterwards was the cause of a great deal of local iiilerest Ju4g Beaten heM court Friday evening awl speech in the case were made until eleven oclock HOB Jerre SullivaB and lnmenwe Hlis attorney Crutcb r closed Saturday motwog for tile ilefens and OOIBIfioIiItealth The jury stood twe for ooavicieised f aottwittal MllietilftefbYt Kwalljr a verdict raot1sa Hty was rachsd- Poknsr mwt ii4Jw face a suit nskinf W00e tllB ces hr M widow 0- 4flaUar frrtbiclUh44g c4aer husband i kji be rod ft 11t 00IIri M iS itier 1fLeiroGK Farm Sold GaHaatf jeMMn oYwlbiatM y 1 tB otW Han a lam a a n or ft9dO Shot Mb Hand Whilf cai Fittu fl calibr pUtol gjf aS fourt1o-w MB oUitM b AraoU wU wii it 4 V eondttet r botbim elf thru out of Commission for several weeks The boy was deMonstrating his in MM he ahould be eompeildto aCtionsI lit t wiiea Ute jsn wen At Nicholasville Judge Benton has announced that the trial of G rover Fish charged with the killing of S F Welsh at Berea will bo called at iNicholasvlllo on the second week in January at a special term of the Jessamine circuit court li will bo recalled that a chango of venue was ordered in this case and as it is a most important one the trial will no doubt- oattendetl by a crowded court room Next Monday Halloween comes next Monday thpj last day of October and the time for the pumpkin devil is being anxiously waited by the small boy Tho Climax makes this announcement of tho approach neent in time for tho proper ty owners that they take nil necessary precaution fasten their gates on se eurelVj put any old Vehicle lying out nf cover under tlto slicil or locked l1thc barn LIcenseS rots Alcorn and Louisa Jano Bryant who hail from Mote in tho far end of the county near the Jackson line applied at the county clerks ofllce lat Friday JI license The groom gave hits ageftsoSand thin second matrImonial venture and the blushing bride was pngIMYlravJnaoa JtMtnettv of Moborly aml Fter Teftwo of Irvine applied Jer 1oeoMelIftlIoay The bride gave h r age as NHodtlte- second marnaget Lexington Won TiM yfttvuA Foot Bath lews pfovs nonaa ki See the team from the losing ton II iyli Sekool 1A Saturday aflenwoii and rmi down in d fnat to the seoaG tto9 It was a ig surprtM to lit supporter o1Lb local Ohooik wwi Uioti w1M would be a hard fttt =r Tbep tie wortr o the Les inttan boyt ftd that tn-eywett ww ami will Md vbCMai tb topof ih HA el winning teams in tb tatelfcw year TliSbeitliI uI Irml vryyb tot tho Normal team aclGQqats far th big seers pHctl up n iwtk BatM oo the other hand th dseyraty1I It outlevetjl ova r at half back for the locals was highly tiomnentfable The all round playing of tkVllttar end the 091taat LAItIeI t I Local Firmm Is Awarded Big Contract Form Building New Railroad byLN WilloughbyLost gton tt Eastern R n Co awarded contracts for the building of the North Fork Extcntiori of TJ E extend ing from Jackson up tho River to Viiitesburg Ky This Extension covers about ninety miles through the very heart of the coal nnd timber lands of SoutfiEastcrn Kentucky and opens up a country heretofore undeveloped Contracts were awarded dividing the work into five different sections Mason Hanger Co of Richmond were awarded Section No2 of this work whicH section embraces some of the heaviest tuntiel work on the line Among the other successful bidders were W J Oliver Knoxville Tenn Luck Construction Co of Roaneke Va Jones Bros and Lane Bros The work will be pfesecHtcU vigorously by each of these contracting firms all Along their aajBig Crop Sold Eerie Curtis oho of Madisoa ewwtys progressive young farmers wU JUt Thursday io L M Land of the iextng hm Tebaeeo Warctiouse CemjuMiy 11k cperIiiThillfrm this county akboujrh the above prfce ha bMit9tleed aev ral otbr grow K whee eroji grades up sooth New Priest Kwr F 4fc r John T Y8rtJit Csvinytoii a vcy prom mottt Priaat has l the tMLof Cay1soa 1IfIA hail teta hw of tfca iMk Jllllllllnt druQ Ut 8L Mh hvi- fli f far ow I8rYiOIII will MOW W IJ1If L n Bteoton Vice Proikfent 0rHH J Maaton foraertj of tM i- oity WIN bonoredm Jxm sriUe last w enkwith being hnVio resident of the Kontuoky Society of the Sons of the American Revolution The Society met io the Falls City last week the nivenary of 1M batiki ol YorktewM tlw 19D4et if Cortiwailic w Masons Return After Gala Week Richmond Lodge is Hon ored at Meeting in Louisville Tho Madison county Masons who spent last week in Louisville at the annual meeting of the Grand Lodge and KentuckyMasonry brought with them high praises for the way they were entertained while in tho Falls City and tho excellent sessions especialIwore particularly interested in the pro ceedings for one of their number and a Mason who stands out most prominent among other Kentucky Masons who are eminent Mr R R Burntm was to have the highest title bestowed upon him that is possible for tho Grand Lodge vzr that of Grand Master of tho State There are nine Masonic lodges in Madison county and every ono was well represented at tho meeting this year Local Masons claim that every county in tho state was reposented at the Grand Lodge which is very unusual Grand Master Burnnm was tho recipi ont of two beautiful floral designs after installation one being from Rich ond Lodge No 25 where hojbelonss and the other from Mt Sterling lx dge hich is a great admirer of the1 gentle an The following arc tho officers of tho Grand Lodge for tho ensuing year Grand Master R R Burnam Rich mond Deputy Grand Master David Jackson London Grand Senior Warden Joseph Ewalt Paris Grand Junior Warden One S Ware Covin ton Grand Senior Deacon Henry Lawrence Cadiz Grand Marshal Capt James Rogers Bourbon county Grand Por suavant W R Tabor of Frchchburg Grand Sword Bearer Aron Sharp Clarke County and Grand Tyler Charles Gipe Louisville Richmond Lodge is also honored with an officer in the Grand Chapter of Royal Arch Masons Judge William Rhodes Shackolfprd occupying the exalted position of Grand Principal Sojourner Lot Sold aanuclTtoyco sold last week to Miss Harriett Parrish a lot on Woodland Avenue for 8700 It is tho Bronston additionand is a must desirable build ing1ot ItiaSOXHO New Car Di Sandlin is the newest addition lo the Automobile Owners Club of Madison county He purchased an Overland a few days ago and is expecting the JlbiREdnJtipsLaRyday Taxes Coming In The people are paying their taxes aboutTS usual In the sheriffs pflfec ae aerating to the figures up to lJateThe receipts lip to tide time will average about the same as they did this time last year Nearly everybody has a eec tain time topaY their t11i65flid Dy Skerjttf SfMH there is Mdmtg tfeat will mak them elfI per cst ateta a MUoM to the rag ihw jwaa ty 6 wr OMC 5team yp Tten w bmtho pkftt at the Hotel 1 IaIl The at1ai wn istIGIIdliffat the eoeirMtaM New rudW z baa P1aoea1 svery sedoai of the building from the cellar to garret The supply of steam IS furauh ed fiom two mammoth bbitersrof the most modern type sad simplified K aa iBexperfoncwcl parson can epetate lbs p1aniTIOI1d4 will to UM 1MB fllI II k aMy M IU II Ti S 7f X s C iIJIto1i ik erShoes I r k I IN r 1400 1500 1800 in at d n wouhdrandlm I rksatI on Antf1f K d = e November 10th Madison Tobacco Warehouse Company Will be Thrown Open to the Publicf With all conditions favorable it is now a certainty that tho big warehouse of the Madison Tobacco Company will bo thrown open for business on Thursday November 10th Contractors are rushing the work of completing tho im Bros who were awarded tho new addition say that everything will bo ready on this date This now addition will be 80x00 feet and wilt in crease the floor space of tho big ware house up to 20000 feet Those in charge are very enthusiastic as to tho outlook for a big business Richmond should be a big loose leaf market and this is a step toward making it one of the biggest in the country Buyers from everywhere will be here and the highest market price will bo adaThis enterprise willl mean much for Richmond and tho merchants should lend their aid in every way possible With the opening of this market thous ands of dollars will bo paid out hero anti- Sit Richmond affords excellent commercial advantages it will mean more c tradehannelsAs the cutting season in this county was a little late tho time for tho opening of tho Madison warehouse will be just right for the marketing of the crop in Madison county Everybody should boost this local enterprise Every tobacco grower is urged to be on hand and see just how tho sales are conducted As said before leading buyers from allover the country with tho highest mar ket price will bo hero StiEs AT DANVILLE Tho first sales of the 1010 crop of tobacco made direct tot Ii manufacturers took place Saturday after noon at the loose leaf warehouses in Danville The average price received was 14 cents per pound and tho Amer- Ican Tobacco Company was the leading buyer although numerous independents were on tho market and bidding was spirited The highest price received was 18 cents a pound and the lowest was eight cents All of the tobacco that was offered was of a much inferior grade to thuS average crops grown last year nnd prico higher grodoconsidore- dSeentyfivo thousand pounds were sold at the Danville loose leaf house and about tho same amount at tho Peo ples No sales were held at the Boyle County House New Line SouL McKinney tho second street grocers have added to their regular lino a stock of cut glass china ware novel ties flower pots fern dishes and a lino of the celebrated Rozane art ware They expect a lively trade on this new slock i I About Completed Assessor Shelby Taylor and his forco of deputies hove about completed the- istsl for Madison county for tho present year and with a tow straglers as tb y rc called all of which will bo in by tho readyCorI plotehitsg ccountylerkbook for reference in his oflicc Booming teal estate is on tho boom in Rich mond Not only local people are erect ing new houses but outsiders realiz ing what a good town this is and especially tho wonderful school advantages are preparing to move to Richmond to locate Thurman Hamilton tho owners of Burnamwood Mobcrly addition Burnam Hill addition and the Bronston addition which was sold to Samuel Royce sometime ago have made several deeds lie past week to prospective builders With those offering ideal locations for new homes there is sure to bo many new residences erected in Richmond within the next six months fires With the sudden cold snap and tho rush for fires to keep comfortable tho fire department has had more to do tho past two weeks than It has for two months Saturday evening tho grocery store of M M Abner at tho intersection of Estil and Irvine streets caught fire and was damaged considerable but tho insurance will cover the loss Tho origin is unknown A tenement house EdIA defective flue was tho cause Tho damage was about 1300A lighted match got to a barrel of at tho paint store of Philip Willging Tuesday about noon but the prompt action of tho attachocs prevent ed a disastorous blaze Go ToDay Sheriff McCord and n force of deputies left this morning for Frankfort with the live prisoners who were given sentences in tho state penitentiary at the recent term of tho circuit court Monday the county physician Dr J W Harris visited the jail nod vaccinat tKcTprisonors Under the new ruling by tho prison commissioners every person entering upon a term in tho pen must bo vaccinated before ho cab become a full fledged convict This precaution against an epidemic is a wise one and should have been practiced years ago Those who go from hero to servo sentences are Joe Howard white ono year for falso swearing Allio Thomas white 2 to 21 years for manslaughter yearforyearsfor You Will Find Hereeverything in rubber goods 0 needed in tne family hot water and ice bags syringes rubber gloves rubber band ages etc All isubstanlially made from new rubber sarii Htarrandspect When you require anything ia this jpwtiettk line itwiJl pay you to look over our stock l1H e L FERRYPHONE MA tNaT JM B in The Great THE 1 2 and 4 advantage me purchasing KENTUCKY= ff hewWe are in our new quarters in the City Hall and are better than ever to care for your skins Bring us your Hides Furs and Iron FreshGroceries and Vegetables in season I 7 harman Grocery Company J WALKERReadytoWear Street Ky Vt I Ready for Business We have received our fresh new stock of Staple and Fancy Groceries v n4 extend a cordial invitation to the public to oall and w w Weiteo t iRANta c wlllgfo us a share of business T Lackey Todd Te1epbOl1e620P BU v r n tJ Sterling Clothes ARE THE J3EST- CLOTHES Berch Tailored Ready to HVear Guaranteed not to Shrinkor Fade 50 years experience the guarantee in suits allsizes from smallest boy to largest man Newest in city to select from Fine Line New S- ykHats and Furnishing Goods Suit CaEes Trunks Umbrellas etc at lowest prices for high class goops StoufferOldest Established Clothing and Tailoring House Richmond REOCarBEST MADE Cylinders t will be to your to see before an automobile AgentKIRKSVILLE Quartersestablished old building prepared BLadies Goods Second Richmond your riHOUfIe factory stock J T FERRIELL- Real Estate Agent Oldham Buildi- ngRichmond Ky R Emmett Million Bacces or to Uurgin tt De-nnyDENTIST Over CompauTELBPHONH c 6 stTJiIal V ATTOBHZYATLA 310HMOND KENTUCKY Jtfice over btate Bank Trust Co op josite Court House on Main Street Harry M Blanton DENTIST emu ll Benn sit Uuiir nIT IKLcPUONB IK Df Robt C Boggsy f Dentist Telephonj267 Office in Oldham Building You can buy almost any kind of Automobile you want cheap and on easy terms from R A BARLOW Agent Automobile Clearing House Chicago Ask him about Tho Badges Steersman 525tf Dr C H Mainhart Graduate McKIlIIppVetelInat liege 01 Chicago Ill SurgeonOnico OfllcoPhonoOOf lies Phone 532 r Richmond Ky We Would Ask For And Pleased To Recerve Bell Patronage We have taken active charge of the management of the Richmond Steam Laundry and are much pleased at eur increasing business Every customer helps some and we would liko to have every one with us Wo have no advertising schemes but will do good work for you and to your entire satis factioa As we havo no other business and noMale oa the outside our liv- Ing depend en this and we have to Oo good work We have a Dry Cleaning departffleat in connectioH with the kw 4ry where espckl attention is given to w rkfor the lodes Call fur us 127 IrvlfM street orbing Si Week called foraH free E l 4 fully yours JtaiacW wicl Lucy Leek j MMe JifvfiyWy ss UiaiCor Go M- oCresryciartheboot eVerp4eeo4 MI the market Mr KeC R INrwMtt MM iMM to hhr I e JaMtwim Cmiwnle The nBry 1s7 Wf iManutce Co a K o uiokjr oopmsywth IIOoOOOeapka1 ka4 micpltK Sopport a home insUtattM aWdMMMlapa ia thi pew oofp P07 Ii c r J v Dcmperiitfc Tyirt FOR CONOIs RON HARVEY HELM Of Lincoln County Al4e14ReeMeat FOR SHEKIFF We ere authorized to announce KITIER nEATUE AGE a andl latcfor ShelllI of Mudi on con nly subject to the action of Pcniccratlc party = RlltlOnllceJOHNRIDon enmity Biibjcct to the uCtioii of the clHocrutlcllart We are aulhorizcrt to ntiiuHince N II JONES a candidate forSlicriff ol Madison county subject to the action of the Demo cratic party SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENce BENJAh1Nperintcndeiitof 1iibJlc Schools of Mndisoti county subject to tin action of the Democratic party FOR JAILKR ORGANTAYIOcounty subject to the action of the Demo era tic party FOR ASSESSOR We ore authorized to announce W F JAKMAN a candidate forAssesworof Mad theieniocrntlcFOR COUNTY CLERK We are authorized to announce LaRucC House a candidate for County Clerk of ofDcmmtIc School Music All parents who Intend to havo their children take piano lessons at tho City High School will please notify Miss Harriet Parrish at opco As is well known Miss Parrish has been engaged by tho Board of Education to have charge of tho piano lessons and parents will do well to see Miss Parrish in regard to this work at their earliest con vcnienco tf SHILL CANNON HAVE THE uiyiSTBICT Congressman Helm Shows Up Alliance of Republicans with CannonAldrich Special Interests1 in Strong Speech at Danville In an enthusiastically cheered Epeech delivered at Danville Ky ob October 17Hon Harvey Helm Dem ccratic nominee for reelection to Con cress from the Eighth District in part saidThe Republican machine In this Congressional district does not appear to be in good working order but badly out of gear On the 9th day of August last the Republicans met in convention at Danville and after adopting a platform of the standpat variety places Mr R L Ewell on same The platform still stands it has not been renounced by the highbrows who con stituted themselves the whole party and selected the present nominee with out any reference whatever to the wishes of the oter of the Republican party nor has it been renounced by the present nominee himself Mr Ewell simply stepped off of it because he found it was rotten and discovered that those who framed it up did not understand the temper of the people nor the drift of sentiment of his own party in this district He attempts Congressman Helm of the Eighth District however to conceal his real motive in withdrawing by saying that his eyesight is bad when as a matter of fact he has recovered his second vision and quit because he saw the writing en the wall Read the Platform The platform is a very significant document as reported by The Ken tucky Republican Resolved That we heartily en dorse the splendid administration of President William H Taft in its en PayneAldrichTariff vbich are sufficient guarantee of a con tinuance of tho greatest era of pros perity this country has ever known Be it further Resolved That the State of Ken tucky has the right to feel justly proud cf the record and achievements of Senator WO Bradley who is one of the foremost Republican leaders of the na tion We especially commend him for his untiring efforts for the tobacco and hemp growers of Kentucky and as an evidence of his broadness we point with pride to his efforts In behalf ot the veterans of the Blue and the Gray We approve and endorse In un qualified terms tho splendid business like and faithful administration of the State officers by Gov Wlllson and the other officers That platform is strictly a stand pat declaration of the third degree It is a covenant with the special in terests and privileged classes to the Tery front door of which its trail leads It is an endorsement of the Cannon Aldrich regime and is a pledge of con fidence in them though it the nom lace says to them You can use me Republicanthe CannonAldrich program and thereby registers his approval of the thePayJIAldrichlion within the Republican ranks from Maine to California This pWtfona upon which the Republican nominee dlstrlctstllndshulCOOlMeIClai tho slightest doubt that If he will ex hlBit It to the Steel Trust the Tobacco Trust the Sugar Trust or any of the special interents in whose behalf the 1rayncAMrkh Rill was framed lle1Ibe able to raise a campaign rM Its face value lone ItSIl one ot Joe Cannons pocketserve negator Repiibikanfully advfod and warned that the Re Htblican nominee K elected is not and cHit not be expected to vote to alter hrMuiriclsBIUHamed the platform on whiefe he Manas hAs not only ndorved tkeWt te Hs entirety but pronounced it ItI gwuaniee ot the continuance rf the greatest era of prosperitr that thlaj- cOwtti7thaa ever known With this M hi from the choen 4etocK km ot the people who in lIOti ewn cMtreaiion undertook to raiee uart71Jtrue or unfaithful to the trust confided threlIwasfwctest a fttfiiut tke adoption of the platform vlsi oWlWImlqb d1daD 0 ti nad OM Mantp ot1mudoii placed npon Uo to the utmidpfci adoptedItdidate on the above platform would if elected vote for Cannon for Speaker for which iiosttlon he is now a can UWatc So the vOter who supports the Republkaa nominee is again dcllv ered over to the System The first declaration made by the Danville convention is that We heart ily endorse the splendid admlnistra lieu of President William U Taft in Jts entirety IB this because that In his Winona speecfr he said the Payne Aldrich Bill Is the best tariff bill that was ever passed by Congress and en dorsed it as a compromise with his promise of a revision downward b- It because just before the adjourn ment of thollast session he sent a special message to that body before the bill was a year old asking it for the appropriation of 250OQO and to Invest him with the power of appointing a special commission to secure Information not for Congress that under the constitution has exclusive jurisdiction of all revenue measures but informs Uou for the President Is it because ho wants to further revise the very bill that has received his blessing and is now being praised because through it 75OPOOOO more taxes have been collected under Its operation than under the Dingley bill with corre spondingly heavier burdens on the people Did this sade convention en dorse his administration because he attempted dyer through his secretary Mr Balllnger the Alaskan coal fields and great water powers ol the Northwest to MorganGufigen helm syndicate as wcll as the sugar land of the Philippines to the Sugar Trust through his Attorney General MrlTatinet composed of men connected With the trusts and corporations Was it because he had dismissed faithful offi cials from public office because of their loyalty and patriotism Was it because the railroad bill prepared by his Attorney General sent to Congress to be passed without alteration or amendment end which would have been a virtual repeal of the Sherman antitrust law Wasit because he put party solidarity above the nations needs and the welfare of the people Was it because the conservation bill ho hid presented to Congress was more favorable to exploitation than conservation Was It because he refused to permit Congress to invftstl gate the sugar frauds in New York Was it because he has abandoned the White House and is making a mov Ing picture show of himself Taft Himself With Special interests withIwithout amendment and in order to force its passage withdrew Federal patronage from those Senators and Members who dared to amend it and threatened to veto it if amended This bill as introduced provided for First A court open to the railroads but doted to the public with power given railroads to enjoin the orders Of the Interstate Commerce Commission SecondAuthority in the court to overrule findings of fact and to de termine disputes on broad grounds of public policy Third Power to Issue injunction on ex parte hearings Fourth 3Jo appeal allowed the Phip per or the public Filth Depriving the Interstate Commerce Commission of its rights to appear by counsel be fore court on appeal from Ha findings SIxlhDepriviig the snippet of tlio right to a hearin before the court oa rate disputes Seventh Giving tho Attorney General full power to prosecute or dismiss in rate cases at his personal pleasure Eighth Giving the railroads specifically the right to np pear by counsel with prepared cases Ninth Repealing the AntiTrust Law in its application to railroads and le galizing agreements between roads as to rates Tenth Legalizing railway consolidations of all character Elev enth legalizing the watering of rail road stock After eliminating these vulnerable features and inserting the long and short haul features placing the burden of proof on the railroad to show the justness in the increase in rates and other valuable and liberal extensions of the power of the Com mission the bill was passed Taft Claims Legislation- At this point in his speech Mr Helm ably and at length showed conclusively that Mr Taft and his in tiorsers were claiming as a credit to his administration the enactment of a long list of legislation that was in real ity a part of the Democratic platform and forced through Congress by tho Democrats with the aid of the revolt ing members of the Presidents own party Among these he mentioned the Presidents emasculated railroad bill that would have been ruinous to all but the railroads if passed as introduced the campaign contribution bill the remoyal of Cannon from the Rules Committee the income tax Amend ment the employers liability act and others not only passed by the socalled minority but provided for in tha Dem ecratIc platform and ignored in the Republican National platform lie ferriug to these bllla for which Tart claimed credit and to which the lie jubicana were really entitled ho said that the postals saving bill really con ccaled the central bank bill that they were afraid to pass till after tho elec tion Tho ship subsidy steal Federal incorporation and central bank meas ures all star features of the Taft ad ministration were defeated In other words the Democratic minority became the majority party and controlled the legislation of the last session Going back to the Danville conven tions plank Wo especially indorse in its entirety the PayneAldrich Tariff Bill ho began to quote some sledge hammer blows with which certain em inent Republicans particularly Sena tort Dolliver and Cummins had at tempted to beat from it its worst and most fraudulent features Quoting liberally from Senator Cummins denunciation of the many features of the bill put In it In the interest of monopoly and winding up with his state ment that We have revised the tarlu in response to an overwhelming Re publican sentiment and have succeed cd in taking off about onefortysccont of the average imposition upon dutia ble goods In quoting from Republican Senator Bristows denunciation or tho hill and its authors personal interest in the fraudulent features thereof he showed that this Republican Senator came from Kansas where the Payne bill ap 1llcs in that agricultural section as it does in the Eighth Kentucky District and quoted from Senator Bristow as saying that Under the leadership of Aldrich and Cannon Instead of revis fag the tariff as vre promised duties were fixed not with a view of Protecting legitimate American industries or of securing revenue for the govern ment but for the purpose of promoting the financial interests of certain Indi viduals or concerns Further quoting from Bristows speech In denunciation of the tariff bill and hlr brother Rc yubllcans who framed It ho wound up with this sentence front the recent Kansas State Republican coaveHtloH llatform We n the tevision of the tariff f1 OfM a satis factory fulfillment oCtile tariff pledge P the Republican platform To show that Mr Taft hwmMe as unconditional surrender I the fetter eats he quoted his speeches before the election On September tt 1908 at Cincinnati MrTaftI4 If I am elected President 1 promise the nation that I will use every ftberof ny bekig to tarry put honestly and decently the tariff revision promises of the Re publtcau platform Two days bUtr at Milwaukee he said It ailjWlg mont that a revisionot ttoe tariff in accordance with the Jdtdc of the Ke publican platform will top on the whole a substantial revision down- Ward To show that be did notjwep bis promise Ke said LetUAJpIT the gauge to this tariff te an infallible test for the bill the records show that in 1907 f329t0934t were collected on imports under the Dingle rates then in force Now take the identical goods in the exact quantities nod eete the Paine rts M pow L w 4 urtIII j cbctete tor Mtudata MbsUtatwr Payne rates for Dtagtejr rates the amount collected would have been 1334758344 an increase of 5649003 or 171 pet cent Makfe another toot If you please The Dlngley tariff con sists of 2024 items of these there were unchanged 1150 leaving changed 874 items Of this number 220 were raised and 654 reduced with this ro Eult The 2024 Items of the Ding Icy tariff yielded as stated above 329109342 Tho 220 items the Payno law increased 13237308 Tho C34 items the Payne law decreased 7638350 In other words the increase on tho 220 Items yields 4 per cent of thtf total revenue while the decrease oil the 65 items yields 23 per cent of the total revenue which demonstrates that while there watt a reduction downward by items thero was a ro vision upward as to results Continuing ho said In the cities where the high cost of living is being felt very acutely the Republican candi eluteS are telling the people that tho increased cot of living Is not duo to the thrift bill because the tariff tax on farm products articles of food was reduced In the agricultural districts the Republican candidates are telling the farmcs that the high prices of fatal products are not due to the tariff bill It Is true that the tariff on food was reduced It is a remark manuIfactureiiris output and at the samo time en- rIch the farmer by decreasing the tariff on his products Extravagance of Republicans- Mr Helm next called attention to the extravagance of the Republican party stating that The public bust ness transacted by the Federal Congress had grown to stupendous propor tions Experience is a valuable asset of the representative who has to deal with this Immense volume of business the voter may in a measure obtain a knowledge of its magnitude approprll1honsyond the billiondollar mark as appears from tho following Agriculture 134S763G 00 Army 05440507 55 Diplomatic and consular 4116081 41 District of Columbia 10C08045 99 Fortlllcatlons 01i117200 00 Indian 9260523 00 Legislative executive and judicial 841R8767 00 Military Academy 1855249 87 Navy 131350854 38 Pension 155758000 00 Postofflco 243907020 00 Hivcra and harbors 41320113 50 Sundry civil 113084101 82 Deficiencies 1910 and prior years 12722733 80 Miscellaneous 2000000 00 Reclamations projects reimbursable 20000000 00 Permanent annual ap propriations 130034505 12 Imperial Valley appro priation i 1000000 00 Items authorized but not appropriated Cor Public buildings con tracts authorized 27000000 00 Rivers and harbors con tracts authorized 10618C05 03 Navigation contracts authorized 1119050 03 Dank note redemption fund 300000000 01 Tctal lOSC275ir 4 i The total shows an increase of f11 000000 over 1010 Psyre Bill Affects This Ssstlon- Discccslng the hemp and Ibbaccj sections of the Payne bill Mr Helu fealfl The Importance and value ci these Sectiona to the farmer have beet overstated by Senator Bradley who itt his speech delivered In Louisville AigiEt 16 said In my judgment till cf the tobacco bill would hav justified every Congressman front IlresnlIthe tobacco and hemp sections of the bill The statement of the Senator is unwarranted and the criticisms of the papers unjust as I will undertake to demonstrate It is no benefit to the farmer to rase tho tariff on the raw material and decrease the tariff on the finished products of hemp as well as of productsthat cau bo substituted for or used instead of hemp products as was done in the Payne bill Fox example yarns made of Jute a substi tute for hemp were rcduced from 45 to 33 per cent Cables andcords com posed of Istle Tamplco fibre Manilla sisal grass all substitutes for hemp or a mixture of any of these from 1 cent per pound to per cent a pound Threads cords or twine composed ol flax hemp or rame from 7 cents per pound to cents per pound Mats and rugs made of hemp flax Jute etc from 5 cents per square yard and 35 per cent to 4 cents per square yard spd 30 per cent Hydraulic hose made in whole or in part of Has hemp etc from 20 cents per pound to 15 cents per pound It should be borne in mind that under the rule adopted by the Repub lican majority to force the Payne Bill through tha House without debate no amendment or vote was allowed on nay of these items or any others ex cept petroleum barley barley malt lumber and hides So much for the hemp proposition I voted for the Stanley tobacco amendment offered by McCall which was of substantial benefit to the farm er in that it permitted him and his subsequent vendee to sell tobacco in the natural leaf without any restric lion whatever This amendment was taken out of the bill in the Senate and instead the following was substi tuted Every person shall bo egard cd as a retail dealer in leaf tobacco whose business it Is to sell leaf to bacco in quantities of less than an original hogshead case or bale or who shall sell directly to consumers jor to persons other than dealers In leaf tobacco or to manufacturers of tobacco snuff or cigars or to persons who pur chase In original package for export That Is only the beginning of this Senate amendment I quote the re mainder Every such retail dealer In tobacco shall register with the collec tor of the district his name and style place of residence trade or business and the place where such trade or business is to be carried oni and a failure to register as hereby required shall subject such person to a penalty of f59 and every retail dealer in leaf tobacco shall also keep a book and en ter therein dally his purchases of leaf tobacco and his sale where such sales amount to two pounds or more in one day Such record shall be kept written up to date and shall ho in such form and contain such entries as shall bQ prescribed by the Commissioner of Internal Revenue with the approval of the Secretary of the Treasury and such books shall be open at all times for tho inspection of any internal rev ernie officer or agent Severe Restrictions and Limitations Further discussing title feature of the bill ho saidi Kno gh of this amendment has been quoted to show its revere restrictions and limitations 1 will not say to you that this amendment will not b of any adyajitafie to the farmer but will pniIt you to Judge bow great will ee the benefit it any to him Bow many farmers are sufficiently expert as htat to keep tile st of books that ia raoatwd of them to sell any pOrtiOn of their crop Are the benefits to the termer by Veason of this amendmat M vest that they woed Justify Qr vote for a bill that has nsuttiplted the fcurdai of the people and that lias hewn condemned by the people from Maine to Call fornia 1 In closing his speech 1rHelm said PiBAtty we come to that por tion of the Danville plattora that Ap proves and endorsee in unqualified lmfttnfjaDdfaithful PeeL This watt lndeedthe crowning act and roaster stroke of that conven lion I have not been in a position to BJiidy state politics very closely but j soniewhere I have heard It stated that Ki jiQo it B 4aht tout A PjllUOB doi a Gore Free With the first signs of couitpa tion you resort to the home methods of relIef such as hot or cold water pa arising lots of stewed fruit with yout breakfast etc but what do you do when these fail The majority then start on saltS and purgative waters then change to cathar tic pills etc If you have gone through these various stages you know they were nil useless far as permanent results go Now you should try just once aInbut try something practical and sensible a remedy made and Intended for the pur pose you are trYing to accomplish SlIell a remedy as thousands can testify Is Dr CaMwella Syrup Pepsin which la guaranteed to be permanent In Its re cults Its ingredients are such that by a brief use of it the stomach and bowel muscles are Uulncd to again do their work nonnalso that in the end you can do away with medicines of all kinds That It will do this air G T Dodson of Snnvillo Va will gladly attest and so will Mrs S A Hampton of Portage O JJeroIsout a penny of expense Simply send your name and address to Dr Caldwell and 011 tain a tree sample bottle After using it if you aro then convinced it is the rem edy need buy a fifty cent or one dollar bottle of your druggist and con- tInue to Usa it for a brief time until cured Tho directions arc simple and the lose is small It Is pleasant to the taste docs not gripe and promptly effective and these statements aro guaranteed or money will be refunded This remedy over a quarter of a cen tury old and is personally taken by more drugrfatd any other similar remedy on the American market Because of Its effectiveness purity and pleasant taste it is the Ideal laxative remedy for children women and old folks generally Dr Caldwell personally will bo pleased to give you any medical advice you may desire for yourself or family pertaining to the stomach liver or bowels absolutely free of charge Explain your case In a letter and he win reply to you In detail For the free sample simply send your name and nddress on a postal card or otherwise For either request thin doctors address In Dr W IJ Caldwell IUOO Cald Well building llontlcello IlL SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS lars Interestbearing warrant or notes arc being Issued to those holding claims against the state and that the date of their payment is nowhere In sight I remember that it was stated when the Democrats went out ot office that the state was out of debt and the state capitol which cost close to two million dollars was nearly paid for In other words the Democrats pay as they go while the no publicans borrow as they go I have heard that two or three hundred thou sand of dollars had been spent by the Governor to catch night riders who up to the last report had not been caught As soon as a Republican Governor is elected the soldiers are ordered afleld and this use of the soldlera is doubt less what the convention referred to when mentioning the splendid busi nesslike and faithful administration of the state The Governor vetoed the Income tax amendment that Teddy says Is all right As to tie other state officers that the convention praised I am willing to leave this praise to the officers themselves The Governor says that the Secretary of State is a mollycod dle nymcompoop Bruner says the Governor doesnt know straight up and what Auditor James says about the Lieutenant Governor just will stand printing while the latter says James is another And so it goes in Ihe state while tho nation is presided over by an amiable President who is ruled by bosses who are ruled by money Not Counted JIararaa are the hairs of our head all numbered Yes darUnJVeU then how many Is there is that wad o1 hair you leave on tho dresser at night Lubricating Notes Sometimes the word corker Is a mis nomer tie word un corker would bo more appropriate exportation of British Coal About twentyfour out of every one hundred tons of coal mined In the United Kingdom la exported Londons Government The city of London corporation con sists of the lord mayor 25 other aldermen and 20G common councilors In a Bad Way Many a RichmCnd Reader Will Feel Grateful for This Information When your hack gives out Itacnmpa mine weak or aching When urinary troubles set in Your kidneys aro in a bid way Doana Kidney Pus will cure you Here is god evidence to provo to II 0 Oreenwaio blacksmith 25 Qure St Mt Sterling Kysays J attributo inv kidney tiotiblb lo the constant strain required ill my work as a blacksmith While I was never in such a condition that I was not able to work nevertheless I was III misery I also bad severe attacks of lumbago which sometimes lasted for weeks and made my life a burden I am pleased to sly that Doans KiJnpy Pills gIsr mo prompt relief from tho last attack anti since u iiitr them I have had no reciirance I am pleAse to tecooimiMid this leuiedy to other sufferers from kidney complaint For sale by nil dealer Price 50 cnts FoslerMilburii Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United Stats Remember the name Doana and take no othert Its poor policy to wait untill you have a fire to begin thinking about insurance Do it now Wo write tho best policies tf Dan II Breck Public SaleOF LAND As executors of Curtis P Burnam de censed we will offer for sale at public auction ja tmct ot about ISO acres of land located on tho waters of Drowning Creek in Estill county The land is one mile from P nola a station on tho LiA R Itnnd fronts on the Panola and Locust Branch Road and lJeliCromRichmond Irvine Itjs bounded On the North by the lands of crtLtkes and q 0 Carr on the south by J C Benge and K Elliott i n the east bBgo Cox an4 Thos Kindred and on the west by Rob ert Lakes The sale will take place oa the pretnisEa beginning at 11 oclock oa Saturday Oct 29 19 16 and eeoIonwilI be gIven OR theIst day ol January 1911 TernwosaIe The land will be wU on the iolJowtaf en ite OtMtbird inlJaaullli12last two wyAw i to bear atcrm n the rate of six pes cent per aaavuM fcmn be1bylklnNMnedsodeedTbe psssecurity madantiThis k a good faras Uli miend and productive land A R T 5 Bumam Exs of C T tfwrnWR fia1 Telephones family a eUyref Make your home R9 medal a for Mr farmer market quotationS a the latestto getiii positionadeuce and place serviceof our telephone any time rti can be accomrlishpd by uiieans 168mall compared with the bone for a SUlll thatyou tinti your lie lhblH can gt nearest uUice or write dIrect fO headqlurterA oriIoddreltJ ourfits received Call Farmersspecialourfur Intorlnation regardingNashville Iennestao imtndieiY telephone service we can tate If at prent yOU are not enjoying Tennessee MIssissiPKentucky Our lines cover the Sato ot Interest 3Otl Louisiana ant tile Southern urtJon or Indiana and Illinois EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE CO Incorporated S S SI 1 ICIGood Things to E jY t 11 WhCtSCT Its Ii 11 3- I Thate elI we carTT dentablestaple like sugar or a fancy cacy absolutcldcpcndable illGIld la a Every product that entCTS must examination I Each article is chosen from many tt Ibrands offered because it has proved It IHacfabntnd competes for preference a place on our our standardofqmhityIOne of the u II nfnrrr JnELECTA 1tl1 COFFEE Ibq a smooth and dainty blend IIjf selected highland grown beaosthe ianrket3 e1olccstI r I drTrinV flavor improves preserves the genuine coffee i I Ii In using Electa Coffe you are sure of I I I IthauIbefore clorious Youll aromaII I Ta t e and So nl I I Telephone 35 I eea p rp ea c Jas B 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 STOKE Staple and Fancy Groceries Phone G2J FIRST STREET I FOR SALE A handsome bran new residence on Woodland avenueone of the most beautiful streets in Richmond 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 of house is finished in natural wood and rooms ire hand somely papered For particulars call on WL LEEDSAT THE SAME PLACE WOODLAND AVENUE RICHMOND KENTUCKY r yir ArtistIc Photography Bring in the babi4 make a specialty of taking their pictures McGaughey tlb Photographer N V WHITEThe Old Reliable Dry Goods Man fillingourshowing of r School Dress Materials 1i y We carry a full line of Novelties arid our Lace and Hamburgs are unsurpassed Y Our cash system of doingenables us to a give our customers J Esp ecillayLOW Pricesf Weare always gfed lohave you c call and inspect out goods kNVWHlTBW iNSfrebeIowFfrStI cio f 1n tT J 4 J J