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Six aes Today fJCTHE RICHMOND CLIMAX t 7th YEAR RICHMOND MADISON KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 21910 22 WAL PAPER IIBest of Feed for the HorseI IIBurnside hanger of whom you ex peet so much to strength and speed surely in order his table good yours by buying grain corn etc Robinson I Coal Lime Cement Sand and Plaster Material Office and Warehouse on L N R R PHONE 142 RICHMOND Let The Climax Do Your Job Printing =T n n rIm Convinced You Givei s Every Man a Square Deal The above compliment was paid us by a satisfied customer hence dont you believe there must of the same opinion v 1In a town of less than four hundred people competion on sides we have in eight years built up a Banking busi l JIIt ness of over 12500000 Resources Fuplii Bank Paint Lick Ky E L Woods Pres W C Fish VPres W G Kemper O N Terrill Asst Cashier The Right Way to get good work buy your paper from an up to date Jne and get an uptodate paper as is See that is as as his oats from Salt be others all of Cashier is- o At Speedwell Teachers Hold Interesting Meeting Oct 22nd With Good Crowd Present Special correspondence r The Teachers Association held at Speedwell Baptist Church Saturday Oct 22 was decidedly one of the best and most largely attended Asso ciations that has been held this year A large crowd bringing well filled baskets assembled early and promptly at ten oclock the exercises began RevCampbellof theSpeed well Baptist church conduct ed devotional exercises Mr O S Yates gave welcome address and his words of hearty cordiality were followed bya pleasant and fitting response from Mr E P Kelley Principal of the city High School The audience was here de lighted by a duet sung in a sweet childish way and made very effective by the use of dollsProf J B Harris was master of ceremonies acting by request in Miss Mariam Nolands place and after a brief pointed talk on The child and the Tobacco Crop in Kentucky introduced the speakers The music was furnished by choruses from the Estill Station school and Kavanaugh school Miss Gertrude Todd sang a solo and Miss Mar garet Anderson of Paint Lick presided at the organ with the ease thatarises from natural ability Miss Ander sons skill in this important office is most commendable- Dr Koomers talk on what we appreciate in a teacher hi 412 W P BAXTER BAKING POWDER CrullersAll Biscuits Hot Breads 11 More Tasty Economical II Absolutely Healthful was very interesting since the Dr was a teacher when teachers received only half as much pay as they do now1 uponItalk being as usual rich but concise Mr Scots of the Eastern Kentucky State Normal took Dr Crabbes place and easily captured the honors of the day by his happy and practi cal discussion of The new order of things Mr Stots came a stranger but left an old friend Mr Coates spokeagam in the afternoon on How to make school attractive for children This noted edu cator was athis best on this one of his pet subjects and the many excellent things said were heartily received by an attentive audience- A paper by Miss Nancy Boudinoton The Cultivation of the Aesthetic was a feature of the day and is worthy of the highest praises It showed much thought and reflects great credit on this teacherThe Country School Teacher discussed by DP Giles Harris was interesting and laughable from start to finish Everyone enjoyed Dr Harris who closed the Phone WALL PAPER VeneeiI One reason why find most luxurious bed ITEAItIiS fOSTER J MATTRESS is springiness of the is magnifiedmany times by the Special Web of making the felt We will explain this to you more fully when you call 1itseFree Trial L 1350 and A 9 Olciharri LackeyUndertaking a Specialty program in such an atmos of good will and merri mentThe appetizing and boun tious dinner served under the trees at noon was an ex cellent testimony the hospitality of the people of Speedwell and cannot speak too highly of Miss Mariam Noland the Vice President of the Asso ciation whose splendid executive ability made the day a success No time ex The Wrong Way is to buy a lot o oldstockand get anybody to hang it for you m that cotton 105Gap v 2250 to pense or trouble was spared The attractive program fine speeches and thoroughly trained children spoke volumes for the generalship of one wide awake teacher and a large crowd of patrons and friends joined in congratulat ing Miss Noland upon her success For Sale Few thousand second hand brick- J D King Son tf 210 Moberly avenue You Can BumEverything From Hamilton Bros 4 rd of Pages Today COUNTY NUMBER you will the the 1 natural Process layers 51600 community- We Dav 76 136 229 WS OL and and All Corner Main and 85 a L the Find out every on every you buy let any you as the r you buy from win your trade by Honest Methods and at Low Six the phere Telephone Night Telephone LR BlaiiioiiWholesale Retail Coal Feed Salt Sand Lime Cement Kinds Material Str- eetsTELERHOINE We Sell May Manton Patterns C H E A P E HSilks Dress Goods Wash Goods Outings Flannels Notions Hosiery Underwear Comforts Carpets Mattings Rugs Trunks Suit Cases Shoes Hats Clothing Overcoats and Greatest Line of Ladies Tailored Suits Shown in the City of Richmond houses price thing Dont house consider Make house Honest Merchandise Prices IDemand reason for the low prices and then satisfy yourself it is not aS bait Hamilton Bros will you a reason w ythry sell cheaper They Iv C J i Enormous Stocks + I Tfiev paycash for alloIIfor cash andoniriy stonda brand merchandiser then if the price is lower the price you paid you lIb glad to save the difference next time O R of Plaster n 10c Each sure give buy t than We Have Heavier Stocks and More Classy Styles Than Ever Before f Jtt Hamillonio Efc pottiersCorner First Main 2 E f 0 Richmond Kentucky jtf JJ I h 1 uyAWst a W G veYDu O n Something For Nothing Having some odd sizes in beautiful Net and J Silk Waists we have decided to run them i out at a sacrifice If you buy a f 398 Waist j we will give you one worth 398 or any price 4 you buy you will be given one at the same price Come early and get your choice for- E such bargains only come once in a life time OWEN McKEE i DRY GOODS COMPANY t The Richmond Climax fTHE CLIMAXPRINTING CO Incorporated W A D MILLER EDITOR Himbtr cf PRESS ud H PUBUSIERS lEAGUE FPICE 100 PER YEAR i INADVMCE- WEDNESDAYf NOV 2 1911 Now what do you think of him President Taft has decided to appoint a negro to be Assistant Attorney General of the United States William II Lewis of Boston a burley coon is to if1 get the job Realizing that his admin istration has been a disgrace to the Na tion and burning under the tirade that has been righteously heaped upon him by the people ho now seeks to rub it in on the American people by appointing a jfe negro to such a high ofllco lIe is sure getting back at us but he is doing it a V great cost WHAT Harmon will do to the Rep bU can candidate in Ohio will be more than a plenty Do you read the straw vote in the daily papers Foraker the old Republican war horse has been asked to get off the stump by the Campaign Committee because ho has been honest cin his speeches and couldnt ask the people to support measures that ho know V were oppressive and ruinous Gee whiz i isnt this going to be a great Democratic year Watch Kentucky redeem herself Tint present Republican administra thou that has smeared the mud all over Kentuckys face is now desperate for funds to build up the defunct treasury State Revenue agent Kash from Lon don was in Richmond last week in an effort to collect back taxes These agents have been busy in Kentucky fort tho past three years as never before and liundreds of petty suits that have 1 amounted to nothing when tried out in the courts have become a nuisance MATOU RICK watches every shovel full i of stone that goes on the streets and sees that it is put on right not with standing the fact that the Eagle eye of Street Commissioner Derringer is always there too This is one big reason that Rich monds streets are away ahead of her neighboring cities Most Mayors direct it from their office loTkick about Urn fresh rocks on the street they have to be there at this time of year to make the roads stand the heavy travel Mayor Rico is having nIl the bad places fixed iir the citys thoroughfares with fresh rock and the spring and summer will see Richmonds streets second to no other town TOWN Marshal Brown of Uodgens ville report that he has not had an ar fcrestIn three months This would be fegood news to dearold Abe Lincoln were tIhio living to day It is said that even- Wj after gaining the Presidency he often crcfcrred to the old town where he was Bborn with much pride for its law abid fJhg people l Go to the polls next Tuesday and vote for Harvey Helm for Congress Whelh- Jer you are a Democrat or Republican layoto for Helm is the wisest move He Aias been a staunch friend to Madison county JGOV WILLSON is about ready to call anextm session of the legislature and tliiis spend thousands of dollars foolish y for the tax payers He realizes that histim0 for office is short K PERSONALS citytK non Peter II McUoberts of Sun legalKretumelXie East visiting Baltimore Washing ton aadNewYork 1J J McUobcrts of Stanford laM ocen at the bedside of her sls- 4sv roo Mrs M M Miller returned home stardy Mrs Miller is very muchim MfrMtnlrlr L iM Bcrimcr and family ovd to their handsome new res in Burnamwood recently corn L This part of the city Is rapidly flaf with modern dwellings jJIIke Peters was in Lexington last eo bMiness mate JphM Cbeeault was in Paris lat hpa bueineK- ilSlK u K DnneM ws the guest of 4iii Gentry In tfce country last A ovsu U la Jekon Mstw 1ft- la Iaiia Warfid 4 a1bt the gu it s es B- icIEP Father ODwyer of St Marks church was in Lancaster last week on official dutyMrs It L Middellon has returned from Shelby ville where she was called several days ago by the death of a relative Mrs A J Broaddus is visiting her daughter Mrs Jake Gentry in Win chester and will also visit her sister Mrs Eliza Elam at Mt Sterling before returning The Womans Circle of the Christian church announces its sale of eatables on Tuesday November 22nd The Young Ladies Circle of the Christian church will meet with Mrs Charles Douglas on Second street on next Thursday November3rd at3p m Dr Hugh Gibson has returned from Rochester Minn where ho has been on professional business to the Mayo sani tarium Mr and Mrs Jefferson Tribble and Mr and Mrs Jennings Maupin have moved to their now residence on Fourth street near Glyndon Avenue Dr II C Jasper has returned from a pleasure trip to Arkansas where he enjoyed ten days of deer hunting and fish ingMr and Mrs B L Banks have moved into their new home on east Main stre t Father ODwyer tim new paster of St Marks Catholic church will occupy the cottage made vacant by the moving of Mr Banks Mr J R Park is able to be about after a short illness Miss Clara Lea has returned to ho1 home in Danville after a stay of scverar days the guestof Miss Sue Smith Mr Fred Clothier of Lexington Dis trict agent for the Underwood typewriter was in Richmond last Friday and made one or two sales Campbellweek finishing up some fine pieces of china under Mrs Loch Hart an artist of rare talent Rev Francis J Check of Danville occupied the pulpit at the Second Presbyterian church hero Sunday Mrs George Hunt Mrs n C Berry man Lexington Mrs Lyons of New Orleans Mrs Lebus of Cynthiana and Mrs Bowman of Lexington composed a motoring party to this city Saturday and spent several hours enjoying pictur esque Richmond and vicinity The Young Ladies Sewing Club met last Saturday afternoon with Misses Hattie Leo and Cecie Million on West Main street The invention of new garments and the latest stitch were dis cussed thoroughly The place of meet ing next Saturday has not yet been an nouncedWhen you buy Walkers Suits there is no kick a cuminMrs Wilson of Knoxvillo Tenn is the guest of her aunt Mrs G F Brad Icy Mr Barney Odor of Cynthiana was in Richmond last week on business and while here was tho guest of his uncle Thos Million and family unIday Messrs Murphy and John Oldham have returned home after a visit to their sisters Mrs B K Duncan and Mrs A D Broaddus Mr and Mrs Wilson Tate were called MondlLyemIbrother spendingson Tate leaves for New York Thurs day Mrs Forbes will remain for sever al weeks Collinsrelatives lucre and in Lexington daughterJosephine Smith formerly Miss Ohio Ash brook of laris has been visiting her mother Mrs J M Barlow Mrs Rose Jarman and JD Ballard WyomIngMrs J D Adams who have been there for some time Friends hero regret the departure of these excellent people but wish them every success in their West ern home Ceciltansubjectand an interesting and delightful pro gram was the result i3e following MlseesJu1iaplayed Handels beautiful Largo with violin obligate by MIK Issie Million loreneeRogers theirhearersA R Burnara and Mrs W G White gave splendid talks on tile composers of RtEventswithMrsat which Haydn arid JJoirt will be the character studies Lhathsof the Eastern Kentucky SteW Normal was the annual Halloween party The CfIllyajackkMterasspeoks Apple suspended from the oeilinp by strings wore hanging all about the rooms Be dethpoolYfigure there were M mamy reif and corn isal OQM PA well M two or Ihwe fortua who k1K b J1d t aad ila n the usual Halloween JHMC Qoee- aadlassdwicbaswSreWVSSSs which followed the many V The party was thoroughly enjoyed by all beth students and faculty All those wbesO willingly contributed toward its success are indeed to be bongwtulated- Mis May James the attractive young daughter of Mr awl Mrs Henry p James entertained Monday night with a Halloween party 3n honor of the senior class of the Caklwell High School ef which she is a member The interior of the house was decorated in mistletoe autumn leaves and pumpkm Jicketenterns In a little recess in the hall corn shucks and leaves were bake an dui wierd Jack olaatern marked the way for fortune seekers The dining room wrs especially attractive The long table vas dotted over with various Halloween emblems such as black cats hobgoblins etc At one end of the table were the letters C1LS in autumn leaves and at the other class of 1911 arranged in the same manner The center piece was a huge pumpkin filled in with fruit Tho room was ablaze with pumpkin lanterns A delightful lunch of Beaten biscuit nut sandwiches creamed oysters potato chips cheese balls and not chocolate was served painty postcards descriptive of the fes tival were handed each guest On one end was an english walnut containing verse These when matched outby the boys and girls made known the couples for lunch About thirty guests enjoyed the evening which was spent in the many games of the occasion also dancing The ladies of tho Baptist Church will hold their Bazaar at the Masonic Temple on Saturday Dec 10 Lunch will bo served at noon nCt For Sale 557 acres of fine Bluegrass land all in bluegrass except 50 acres a portion of the Major Harris farm Apply to Mrs C M Clay Paris Kyf or T J Curtis Richmond Ky 11241 Land Deals In the county the following land was transferred Sid Lowroy to James H Lowroy one fifth interest in 10 acres for SCOW T Turner to J S Belanoy 2- 1acresfor1278 License were granted by County Clerk Terrell Saturday to John Holman of Valley View to wed Leila Wilburn also of the same place The bride is fifteen Continuing The protracted meeting at the East end Christian church has been a very successfulone and the church is crowd ed each evening to hear the excellent discourses of Rev W O Foster the brilliant young divine Mr E Deatherago will sell at public sale one of the finest Jacks in Madison county See advertisement elsewhere n2t First Snow The first snow in this section for the season made its appearance last Friday and for about ten minutes it was blind lug tojpedestrians All day at intervals the beautiful white came down heavily and gave the appearance of sure enough winter To Winchester Thomas Vaughan John Sexton Robt Golden Thomas Reeves and John Con way composed a party that visited Win chester Friday evening to attend a big rally by the Red Mens lodge of that city A loft of Haymakers was insti tuted and the Great Sachem of the United States was present to be master of the ceremonies There is little danger from a cold or from an attack of grip except when fol lowed by pneumonia and this never happens when Chamberlains Cough Remedy is used This remedy has won its great reputation and extensive sale by its remarkable cures of colds and grip and can be relied upon with im plicit confidence For sale by all dealers nlm Fine Voice Miss Mary J Holmes who appeared at the opera house last week in vaude ville possessed about as sweet an oper atic voice as was over heardon the local stage Her rendition of a selection from II Trovatoro4 was excellent and the saxaphone accompaniment was also good This woman should be in opera of the highest class E Deatherage will sell his fine Draft Percheron stallion at public sale See advertisement elsewhere n2t Big Time Next Monday is the regular county court and as it is tho last day before the election there will be a large crowd in town and the Democrats are preparing for a big closing up time Of course Senator McCreary will ba present and will be one of the chief speakers and other prominent men will address the voters Every voter in the county should be present next Monday and hear these addresses Real Estate The following real estate transfer have been recorded the past week Levi Kimberlin to Irvine Roberts house and lot in Kingston for 8SO Lucien Tread way to Sophia Treadway house and lot in Paint Lick for 2000 Renfro Cox to J J Embry lot in Richmond for 14000 Wm A Powells executrix to Elizabeth Powell house and lot inilich mond for 2000 Thurman Hamilton to Alma Scrivener and others house and lot in Burnamwood for 82450 Halloween The small boy was out Monday even- Ing with the Ghost make up ana1 Pump celeIgates and wagons were hied away from their moorings and taken to Ii vacant lot or else hauled out into the middle of the street Not as much of this devil mont was indulged in Ihk season as last for in a few pastyears the destruction to property has been such that a slop to all fun on HaHowrTen was contem plated by the city officials It is well to note that all this was missing Mon day evening Don tires a brass band andsbouthtichildren helped to make the evening a real Halteweea affair Reed advertisement of K Deatherage in todays Climax He will sell a jjejt of nice stock oa Nov 9th n3t The MarketsThe following quolaUows are famished by Mr Stone Xormaa the teMtof twa Mierioo merchantjit tfcie iiBH Main street Kwhtnow JCy ttffcect ohpriees far all IiI ptwdHce xRorati quotes IIq oa Mr- n J w S- 4Lai1MinI fl spdui h It 1ni Dux fuhhjeathor 4 RoctetidR1dsE w i aJ1 1 I- Ituw IU IWI u o U iii I tluln D tit dur Dog CauseS Defeat = of the Richmond High School Foot- Ball Team at Paris A cur dog WMJMp0ft8 for the lees oTtbe football game ut Park 3Marday- by the team fram the RIchmond High SchooL The ball was in a few yards of the opponentsgoaf Mid with ttesoore 16 ie 15 agaInst theta aadji few minutes to play the Richmond beys were making a desperate effort to pat it over before time was called The fast sprinter Harry Kice for the local team was given the ball and by a series of artful dodges succeeded in passing his would be tacklers and was well down the field to another goal and the victory whena cur dog ran out from the side lines threw itself in front of the player and succeeded in trippiaghim When he fell the ball rolled away and a Park player ceasing up from behind grabbed itawl turned toward his own goalQC course he was tackled and downed without a gain but the local boys had lost their chance and the game ended with the above score The llichmond boys claim that the interference of the dog was premeditated by friends of their opponents Whether trained or not for such a trick it kept trying to get hold of the fieotfooted Rice until it succeeded in tripping him although in his effort to got to the goal ho did everything in his power to getaway from the canine The Richmondboys have a fast toam although light and played a strong game against the Paris boys They returned home Saturday evening much humiliated overthelrdeCeat but anxious for another try at the Bourbonites I am pleased to recommend Chamberlains Cough Remedy as the bes thing I know of and safest remedy fc r coughs colds and bronchial trouble writes Mrs L n Arnold of Denver Colo We have used it repeatedly and it has never failed to give relief For sale by all dealers nlm Johnnie on the Spot County Clerk Terrell has everything ready for election The ballots have been printed and delivered and allneces- sary accessories have been prepared to deliver to the different precincts at the proper time The ballot this year is very small one only two names appear ing thereon viz those candidates for Congress Harvey Helm of Stanford the Democratic candidate and Hugh Miller of Mt Vernon the Republican candidateNew Enterprise Wm S Broaddus the well known In surance man has been made Manager of the Richmond Mercantile Agency which has been established here as a branch office of one of the largest mer cantile agencies in the world This enterprise is a necessity that Richmond and her business men have needed for years The concern does general col lecting of accounts of all nature and dis cription both local and foreign also general mercantile reporting and has the necessary power of attorney etc to enforce the payment of accounts by law where necessary so to d- oAnxious Capt Joe Harris the popular L A conductor who spends most of his time at Beattyville on account of his arduous duties with the railroad ran into the court house last Friday morning almost out of breath in an effort to register for ho had but a few minutes before his run was due to leave Ho had overlooked the dates however and when told by registraItionvery much chagrined Ho declared that ho would bo hero on time and made a hasty note of the supplemental registration dates to refresh his memory At Crabtown ExMayor Clarence Woods is back again from a months stay at Crab Or chard He says ho can hardly remain away from tim place so pleasant is everything and such a fine host and hostess is Capt Willis and his estimable wife Ho is of the opinion that the heavy drinkers are growing bolter or else fast disappearing as the Keely department at the springs is not loaded with patients as is usually the case at this time of tho year From what ho has seen ho says the Kcclcycure is the greatest thing of the ago and a monu mont should be placed in the Hall of Fame to its founder- Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets do notsicken or gripe and maybe taken with perfect safety by the most delicate woman or the youngest child The old and feeble will also find them a most suitable remedy for aiding And strengthening their weakened digestion and for regulatingthe bowels For salo by all dealers nlm Brought Here Deputy U S Marshal William Mays brought to Richmond Thursday and lodged in jail E4 Bishop whom he captured in Clay county last week Bishop was tried on a charge of moonI shining and held to the Federal grand jury which convenes here the fifteenth f this month lIe was arraigned before the U S Commissioner at Beattyvillr Deputy Co1ectorAtk1nS and Mr Mays brought here last week a still which they captured in Jackson county oh Brushy Branch When the officers came upon the shifters live run tad just been made but all took to their heels and the officers gave eliaee The owners of thee til grabbed the w mMd tried Ire Make away with It but Deputy Mays was so hot on their trail that they were forced ie drop it in the woods Caught Again James Bennett a white man who was sentenced to a long term in the county jail sometime ago for the theft l a bicycle M16lMtl the MUM of hotfoot for ttekM ma4e to ueefai ful cawSr bie gmni but each time he has been OHttght used brought RekU fleet af Ifowt a d 0Ofpen Dmf wh8 works the county prisoners she ean ot lint any deer In theloreet When be k scared Somer time af he eeeaped best was caught after a few day etudiHf the offieera While encaced ai ton bt lrvini pike ai the water wOts lust week h suddenly brdke away wl tore tiara titmelds at Mich a rapid gaK that all effort to patch him lJIv dtudle9tkJd foribiaCkj1huhlmj dad he Jeriedtbat lMlld run away again he eMftih ttBiiKliac pt M and kare Wf h ikfittttt WM ttWSu Bt tt bOW =I ft HVfe MQ Mtt Bed 1 Death Comes In Horrible Agony io Young Durwin Perkins- atVbHeyVfew Death in a most horrible eametc Mr Durwia Perkins last WerfaesdHy evening at his home in VaMey View from theOKectof eatteg a p4e ef decayed watermelon the day before Ptomame pefeenset vp late young mans system and although medical aW WM prompt it was JMt sufticieet to stop the terrible onslaught of the poison He Was tweedy one years of age and the son of Brecklnrtdge Perkins a well known farmer Young Perkins was returning beme from workaBd in peas mg through a waterImelnIIson noticed a goodloekihg meloa which appeared to have been kte in ripening and he decided to sample it On turn ing it over however he noticed that one end was slightly decayed He got out his knife and cutting off the slightly decayed end threw it away and ate several slices of the remainder which seemed to have an excellent Savor Shortly after reaching home he became ill and grew rapidly worse dying after several hours of intense suffering Ptomaine poison is ono of the dnnger our things that must be guarded against at the home Ice cream left to stand in a freezer canned fruit left to stand after being opened without pouring in a dish and in fact all kinds of canned products cause ptomaine poison when not promptly taken from the tin Farm Sale Simeon Turpin sold to Elbridgu Wa gers a farm of 300 acres situated on Muddy creek about eight miles from Richmond for 17000 Turkey Season Opens As Thanksgiving comes earlier than usual Nov 24 the turkey market will open Nov 8 and the firm of A L Gott Co will be in the market for nfl good fat turkey on and after the above date The best market prieswihlbe paid 3t Notice to Creditors All persons having claims against the estate of William Butnor deceased will file same with the undersigned proper ly verified on or before the 30th day of November 1910 or samo will bo barred William Munday Admr of the Estate of William Butner Decd Busy Merchants This is tho week for collections and the merchants have been busy making out the regular monthly statements Call in and pay your account and thus save trouble in hunting you Up It is an excellent idea to pay your accounts every thirty days I do not believe there is any other medicine so good for whooping cough as Chamberlains Cough Remedy writes Mrs Turpin Junction City Ore This remedy is also unsurpassed for colds and croup For sale by all dealers nlin Registration Tuesday afternoon as the Climax went to press the Supplemental registration showed Democrats 10 Republicans 2 Independents and prohibitionist To tal 43 This is the last day and about all are in This shows a mojority of 70 for the democrats Opera House The story of the haunted HOUSE OF A THOUSAND CANDLES abounds with interest Although the plot revolves around its principal character yet the mysterious house is always fore most The auditor never loses sight of the fact that there is something un knowable about its rooms that in its walls lies Ihc deepest of hidden myster los and that some unforseen phenomenon will mark the great climax otctho play This is in fact what does happen Just as the house is being attacked by a mob when an immense fortune is about to be lost there is a tremendous crash a bolt of lightning smashes a panel of the room and in a blinding glare the spirit of tho person of Glenarm appears TIlE HOUSE OF A THOUSAND CANDLES will be presented with its complete accessories at tho Grand Opera House onMonday Nov 7 Prices 100 725025 Seats at Whito Wines Saturday Corn Show- In order to encourage the use of better seed corn and the more careful tilling of the land Turlcy Evans the well known Fire Insurance Firm have made the following excellent offer to tho farmers of Madison county For the best one dozen ears White Corn 500 For tho best one Jazen ears Yellow Corn 200 For the best ono dozen ears Mixed Corn 200 Tho requirements are simple and every farmer in the county should be in the contest The corn must b3 brought to iho State Bank Trust Co securely tied and the entry must bo in by DecemberlSthIOlOJrrexpert from State College wilt act as judge if possible to secure him and all exhibits are to be the property of Turley vansMr Leslie P Evans Tell r at tho State DaRk will receive and number all entries In nearly every county in the state these corn contests have boBofited the farmers wonderfully and stirred up interest enough to greatly IIRfroYE the quality as well as double the yield Kentucky has the soil better than any other state bat hats neglect ful selcctingltai ieedo as to get the best results Stirring Qld Lexington Rev Hnk McLel Ian JorIlMlyrer- ef tkoChrktlauthere bwt ROW ol Texas preaching to crowded houses at tin Broadway Cjiristian ellurchin Lexjag teat ami chewing men and women thr error of their way in sueltaltNMCtfJ 1UBtlMt hundreds have turned from wordyls1gsaed decided to live anewlile Kkhmond jveople who are great admirers of hi4 dWtinguished miaisier have b nmov attend themeeitim Sewdaute parttee were over JUt weelrv Kevi DAme who- succededItey McLellahto the lowl ofci r e neiiy MiitafK i Aifu Titrley AriMlam Amdfl aaid Jaww HamiUoo wore er 1emt Wednesday evening inMr TurIys uto rW- Jj OT rm a oa arty uvor al o The rneeIITbe or an CMottlMKiiM tO be Me of ttu b J Jt l lucId In Lexlafiton fcr 2everl ears The pcasitglaof reryhigh crdertthe to hearty tlie service tlirougbont aredeoZion al Those who attend once want to return TII8JIDOD last night wan on the love of God ra lost world- TwoCame forward to unite with the ghurch at the ke trf tli wsftlce Kr Collb vrfrt the mkKbtn of th cfcttnrfc t 1 nt li1 thi ptrit thsit iiy 1M w 1f i l L TAY rj t h bJ thIii nkxlTobkoWar houae Company saow naDltin order tolake bare of our iriereasinv trade we have built a Bew eoscrete addition which wDl enable 1ed1JutYMrwry strong while on common red hettre Sureed and wet tobeoo the mar hot is from W00 to 300 lower than last yearsprices We advise our friends to be eareful and bring their tobacco in good cases We have the best light and the best building in Kentucky for tiLe salo of leaf te and the best stable for your horses which is in a separate building and not in basement Mr JN Gibbons tine best auctioneer will again s ll the tobacco W F Land and D IV Peed will fol lew sales and see that RO tobacco goes let less than its value Bringus your tobaeoe and our office force will pay you immediately after your tobacco is seW For pains in the side or chest dampen a piece of flannel with Chamberlains Tjinimeat and bind it on over the seat of pain There is nothing better For sale by all dealrsnlm ForRenti9llRe- sidence on summit and store room on Second street occupied by J n Walker also three rooms over store tf C T Fox Public Sale I will sell publicly at the Moberley place near LAdepot at 10 oclock mWednesday Nov 9 10 tho followingproperty One of the best black Jacks in MadI- son county four years old Ono excellent Draft Porcheron 4 yr old stallion weight 1700 Ibs One yearold black stallion Chester Dare and Denmark the making of a great stock horse One twoyearold bay trotting stallion bred in the purple f 2 fiveyearold bay geldings 1 combined gelding 1 yearling colt by son of Boreal 0 good brood mares 1 pair work mules 2 Draft colts weanlings 3 Draft fillies weanlings 200 young stock eves many good Southdowns among them 3 short horn cows registered About 15 head small cattle Also lot of farming implements Terms made known on day of sale K Deathcrago Long Tom Chenault auction- eerAdmicistratorts Sale As Administrator of James Erskine deceased we will offer at public sale on Wednesday Nov 1 6 10 beginning at ten oclock a m at his late residence at Cleveland better known as Clays Ferry at tho Kentucky river on the Richmond pike about half way b t veen Lexington and Richmond and inFayotto county Kentucky tho following personal property towil 5 heM of work mules weaning mulo 2 work horses One half intrcstln about 8000 lbs of tobacco 48 barrels of corn Twothird interest in about 40 bbls corn all in field 1 lot of lumber consisting of ash and oak 2 complete saw mills in running order libiiggy and liarnesst1 lot blacksmil tools J t 1lotofmihtfixturerisafe i 1 lot of fence staves 1 lot of poplar and blrvck walnut logs 1 wagon frame and bed 1 lot of plows harrow 2 mowing machines 1 pair stock scales Ard other property too numerous to name here Terms All sums or ten 1000 del mrs cash in hand and over this amount the purchaser is to execute his note with approved securiiy before the prop erty is removed from the place negotia bio and payable at tlu Union Bank Trust Company of Lexington Kentucky on March 10 1011 without interest Union Bank Trust Co Administrator James Erskino decd By E It Blackburn Cashier JamesMcDonaldi Afctionoer See Me For represent the leading QmmissionMer han t J M Wilson Co of Cincinnati OUR Jriiits and Vegetables are unsurpassed andFISH well we luiYe our competitors on the run Ask Richmond merchants who handle our g lcKls i col man Neff P Box 34 11 Rkiirnond Ky Save me yqur orders Ill be around r lt p iut Notke To whom it may cOncern will lake Rotke tJifti tb4u DIdwlllpeli Uori the Governor to pardoti Kim of the effen e of which he nOw stands eon rioted at the October term of the Madison Circuit Court 1910 1 t2tJe Howard Public Sale sell publicly OB my premises 3 Irwm Richmond on Tales Creek 10 oclocht 1on Thursday Nov 17 1910 Consisting of the following properly 30 Extra Good Head of Short Horn Cattle 10 extra good yearling bulls 5 extra good weanling bull calves 8 good cows some extra milkers 4 extra good yearling heifers 1 Jerseysteer 1 pair extra good yearling horse mules 1 pair 2ycar old horse mules 1 good brood maro 1 extra good weanling mare mule colt extra good owes 10 shoals 2 meat hogs 2 extra good brood sows 100 barrels of corn Y 400 shocks of fodder 2 wagons 1 buggy 1 Randall harrow Other things too numerous to mention Terms made known on day of sale Will also rent 40 acres of good grass until Jauuary lOl- LJames DeJarnett Long Tom Chenault Auctioneer Public Sale Having decided to move to Richmond I will soil publicly on the premises 2 12 miles from Richmond on Lancaster pike at 10 oclock a m Saturday Nov 12 1910 the following property 1 pair mules extra good 1 brood mare 2 extra good milch cows 1 fat cow 4 yearling steers 3 calves 17 shoats 2SOWS and pigs 1 corn planter I largo cutting box 1 hay rake 1 wagon and hay frame 1 2horse cultivator 1 Randlo harrow 1 A ILvrow 2 turning plows 2 double shovel plows 1 2horse hay rake 1 1horso garden plow 1 mow ing machine 1 grind stone 1 corn sheller 1 cider mill gear of all kinds and great many other things too numer ous to mention such is tools and tool boxes of all kinds and also some house hold goods At same time and place will rent 230 acres of fine blue grass land well fenced and watered Terms made known on day of salo MKS NASSIK DOUGLAS Long Tom Chenault Auctioneer AdnilnisiratorsSale As administrator of Mrs JB Ellison I will on Wednesday November 16 1910 at 10 oclock A M on the premises on the Big HIll Pike five miles from Richmond Ky expose to public sale the following described property to wIt PERSONALTYp- air horse mules 1 pair mare mules 1 family horse 1 bay gelding l brood mare 1 harness horse 1 combined horse 4 calves 1 yearling helter 3 milch cows 4 Rood feeding cattle 2 wagons 14000 shingles some poul try a number of farming implements including some harrows plows binders grass seed strippers etc one buggy a brand new car riage a road wagon spring wagon a Frazier cart 600 barrels of corn 800 shocks of fodder 7 or 8 stacks of bay some household and kitchen furniture and other things too nu merous too mention TERMS FOR TUE PEnsoALTYAlh- umsunder10 cash in hand all over that amount good note without inter est until January 1st 1911 JOHN D GOODLOE Jlt- Administrator At the same time and placoj the un derslgncd as Agent in fact for allthe heirs will sell 322 Acres of Cood Blue Grass Land This land will be sold in two tracts of 270 acres anl 62 acres It will be sold first separately and then asa whole and the way bringing the most money will be accepted On this land te a good house barnes stables lee house a Kood orchard and all necs sury outbuildings TWtMBON IJAOTJ Onethird the pur chase money must be paid in cash on January 1 i911 and the balancein one and two years from January 1 1911 cualiLien letainedferrredpaymfltt- sr 088iongle January 1st 1911 JOHN D GOODLOE JK Agent In foul for all the heirs Long Tom Chenault Auct P AiN TPA1NTrrhPAINTAnd ptenty of Jall Paper foc everybody Ourock JIcneVWf 61 Kirt never outof date riK t your neighbor about our work andood l 1wLtEEnsI TI4treet Ky ttti411 I ut u T r l 1 AWeek It is a hGme the way wexwen have been obliged to ute sewing machines that cause aching backs tired limbs annoyances with bra ken threads broken nce Hs uneven stitches ugly duet etcj etc It is because we know tfaatm The FREE all of the faults have been overcome that we offer this marvelous machine at our customers own terms cy na low as 100 and at a price so low that we do not dare to tell you what it is in this advertisement because then you would not be able to ap predate what a perfect machineit really is And it is for the same I reason that we want you to take The FREEon I 30D4ysTrialIn your We believe that The FREE Sewing Machinewit1dtTtodate improvements will revolutionize the iewingT machine bl t jfind out first hand Just how light rdnningkOI- astsewing W as the women of country can 1hat wby how beautiful how perfect stitching The we want you to test 1ii FREET Sewing Machinefor 30 sew on it for 30 days Try this machinetest itsew with it on all kindsoImaterislif you then are not entirely satisfied if you are not con vinced that it is the best machine you have ever onthe most improved the most uptodateif the low price docs not convince you that this is the biggest bargain have ever bought return the machine to us and we will refund your deposit so that the trial not cost you one cent Tonnsr hue ben cttllnt tlonju to the prwtot lime with a olcUn lilt Lisnlbtea in tro l upon lot run Bit after jm hive irieJ The FREE with la Ilriit ranniiy al Bill fiearinn If faa ewUt morenent lu Bcutilol Frenchlei design icj dcstlra iipiatlcc lt eoatenleot Aaiomitic Locking Come and see FREE months tomorrow J Luman Higgins tFurniture Carpets Stoves Opp Hotel Glyndon vest Mair Street Tender Soles Its charitable to your shoes but not fair your feet blame your soles when they smart and burn Your soles are intended stand plenty ofUSJ and theywill if your shoes are right Stand the Driven AutomitleTenlUm Shollie Automatic ThrelJ ller ImpOTri ssard its Square tnd luinace Policy that FREE wW t 1 T and take it home with you for a trial vs to to to on smooth inner Grossett soleconforming to the footcomfortable for hours of wear CROSSETT SHOE Lij4ikSfasy DENC1atsp MAT + LEWIS ooNORTH J 1 joco weoil ShoesFor All Kinds d r of Feet fi Gall and See Them Prices Rig 1 John E Sexton 209 West Main When Your Husband Sees the Beef on the table he will want to know where you bought it As soon tastes tilt firs tPIMEATat the same place hereafter That place is right i V Jfslmplyan KUnrSpoel 4rt cc CULTONSucc ssor 19 Douglas WEST STREET iTELEPHONE 121 OPERA HOUSE Monday Nov 7th COmplete MysterjotisantiThe Nuse Dt 4tIS nd r S Dratiud fresij aihN IMun name Prices175c2J t t While Wines tioc I ytJ ttbui1 tUJtidndsorlllt expu If beSt ate lhnkTrut Cp6ffert no other inducement a callhifwhiie to offersmanyo8I ell what thel State BIlk fl Iraa Ce c ic omej Pialtt KelKse Ill clerer Ejector in Cnt IB LatcblU Belt Feed Irs year aziinM all accident alter youdislre t keelt Tie bt IneilstiMe t rH a as he Heai 231 AI 01 Ufe I an JaB StouffeEstablished in The Great REO CarMADE 4 to me an AgentKIRKSVILLE KENTUCKY ew QuartersWe are established in our new quarters in the old Hall and are prepared than ever to care for your Bring us your and Iron Groceries and in Wurman Grocery Company = J WALKERLadies ReadytoWear 5econdr5treet Richmond IyI 09 Ready for Business I We received our new of 1Staple and FancyGroceriesT 1ext a te U pubtte iw c TVc alw- fcavedaHyTKESirVKGETAnLBS1 J cl v to be loud ta a olaec growry our and w its J0iwillxire a Shan jour 4 = 1 LackellcifJ Todd Telephone 62 Opera Building II = I t St riinT hJfIgBESTIf t tr 1 Kerch Tailored Ready to Guaranteed not to Shrink orFade experience the factory guarantee in suits all sizes from smallest boy to largest Newest stock in city to select from Fine Line New Style Hatsand Furnishing Suit Trunks etc1 at prices for high goops Oldest Clothing and Tailoring House Richmond THE BEST 12 and Cylinders t wUJ eto your advantage see before purchasing automobile City building better skins Hides Furs Fresh Vegetables season t B Goods have fresh stock InviUikm toMlUbd MM is rytfain 1iM CtJliMd impact goods confidwt JOIi of bualmiM House Wear 50 years man Goods Oases Umbrellas lowest class Ja T FEBRIELL Real Estate Agent Oldham Buildi- ngRichmond Ky R Emmett Million Successor to Unrein Ue- nnrDENTIST Over CompauyTKIEPUONB sStTLlV N ATTOBNEYATLA S13HMOND KENTUCKY Jtnc over btate Bank Trust Co op posite Court House on Main Street Harry M Blanton DENTIST JOSIce In Bennett BulJng sauhy IKLHPHONB 186 Dr Robt C Boggs Dentist ToIephou 267 Office in Oldham Building You can buy almost any kind of Automobile you want cheap and on easy terms from RA BARLOW Agentfy Automobile Clearing House 0Chicago Ask him about The Badges Steersman 525tf Dr C H Mainhart Graduate McKllllnp Vet rh1A college of Chlcase Veterinary Surgeon OlHce at J 11 Azbills Stable Office Phono 00 lies Phone 532 f Richmond Kyi We Would Ask For And Be Pleased To Receive Your Patronage Wo havo taken active charge of the management of the Richmond Steam Laundry and are much pleased at our increasing business Every customer helps some and wewouM like to have every one with us We kayo BO ad vertislng schemes butdUdo good work for you and to your entire satis faction Aswe have iw ciA c busifreec ad BO estate on UM ovtttkfe oUr Hy ing depends on this aad we IMV to do good wok We have a Dry pCeaniog department ia ooaneetion with the JulKlrywlMreapee1lauMion is gyen to work fortke MHM Call for w U71rvin sr iiti III ITork MM for an4deiiveNi 6M Kacpot fIMkeyXeorJTitvt Kebt R Burnam isa41 o hfe Ir Ibauranc O npM Tfc 1IrJiatFirs l u ac 0o KM oaky oomptaf witk ttOOMO oapilal eM rarpliM Support s home Institutioo MiwwHMlm policy in btIW OMB AocWeoU willlmppen but the b t civctaftol ftunTllea keep PtTbOlDM SketrloOtl for 1Iob mwgmciM It lM sa a4 ail1lI 4s Wa rSf iJi h i a1i1 1 Democratic Ticket FOR CONGfl enON HARVEY HELJiy Of Lincoln Cou- ntyAeciM BIs FOR SHERIFF ELMJRIEATHERAGSOOunt subject to the actiosi of Demecra Itc pa rty xIsALDWINUteDel1locmtk RJONEScounty subject to the action ol the Dense cratic party SCHOOL SUPBRINTENDEXo UEJAMINpcrintendent Of Iublta Schools of Madison DemoeroticFOR JAILER care authorized to announce MORGAN forJLhItroNadtsonCounty cratic party FOR ASSESSOR FJARNisXacazulIdate theDcniocmticFOR COUNTY CLERK We are authorized to announce LaRueC ofNOdIIiOnroullhDeniocnitlcpsirty fl iN 4 Hfi Farm Newsii Items of Iniercst to The Far f mer the SlockraaB Grower aad the i HH H The fine farm of the late Charles Alexander one mile from Versailles on the Frankfort turnpike containing 255 acres was sold at public auction last week to R H Vansant a millionaire lumberman of Ashland for merly of Michigan at 175 an acre or a total of 44625 The record price for the 1910 burley tobacco rop was reachedat Lexington last Wednesday when 20 per 100 pounds was paid for a portion of the crop of Dr S H countyHispounds brought an average of 1575 per hundred which is the best price for burley on any market About 125 000 pounds were on the breaks that day Prices ranged from 450 to 20 the bulk being disposed of at from 8 to 10 The Paris Citizen says Abnee Mussinon have purchased 1500000 pounds of tobacco at from 10 to 12 12 cents The largest crop bought was 150 acres from Hon C M Clay at 12 12 cents straight W F Land of Lexington bought the 90000pound crop of 1910 tobacco of Hon A L Ferguson Vice president of the Burley Tobacco Society at ten cents Martin Doyle sold to W H McCray 20000 pounds of tobacco at 12 12 centsD G Taylor to same 90000 pounds at 12 12 cents Mr Mc Cray has leased the big ware house on the Cliutonville pike just inside the city limits where he will receive the largest portion of his pur chase Mr OL Davis of Paris sold to Gentry Thompson of Lexington a pair of six year old mules for 500 the highest price paid for a pair of mules for many months They weighed 2550 pounds and were pronounced by competent judges to be the best pair of mules to leave B JAnparade of 3500 geese was witnessed here today The birds which came from the- mouutainsof Eastern Ken throughIing corn The geese were unloaded rom a car in the Louisville Nashville railroad yards after making the night hideous thouis were n when the train startedf rom Eastern Kentucky bub several hundred died from overcrowd ing while en transit The s farmixEasternmarketslfas Trv This for Catarrh GetaHYOMKI rUnceit High oase outfit today Pour a few drops from the bottle into the inhaleir that comes with each outfit aDd breth it in four or five tiraee a day Immediately you will know tfett IIY OJ4E soothes and heals the l ihflawed and irritated meml raiw But JIYO EI dos more than soothe and heal it kills the gets those pMverioi pests that are at Ute root of all catarrhal coaditloRS Ltit year I suffered terribly vfjJhOA tarrh I used oue VUe f ET ME aad MY eakl +bWtIserl Miss HelaXeNiL1rLetapOILA ifteludinj a boitk of HYOXRI a hard rubr poe k tinhaler and aimplj iMtctt1oa fOr ss ooMs only 100 If you MOW ow i a llfo MilinUr yo era f aa extra e08ll5atnvbr3 GrwantMd ta CUM eatatili eranif aaUuaa and ore ut9t1IiIosef baek 4 iO Reward Por retnrn or inforataUM adiug to r r1ofa large yowit red fox hound No mark ax pt Ialkeel Rpou oa tody B H Ctookv tt BtahMM IEr Tji Great Mother Mrs Jane Morris of Jackson County Boasts of a total of 518 deczndants J theIworldMorris residing in Jackson county near the foothills of the Cumberland Mountains in Kentucky Mrs Morris was born and reared iri the mountains has little educa tion and until a few years ago had never been outside of her vicinity there being countyMrsgreatness lies in the fact that she can boast of a total of 518 descendants nearly all oft whom are living and none whomever has been accused oferimpn My lifes motto has been said the venerable old mother the other day the Golden Rule The duty of a wife is to her home and her country to beat the burden of mother hood in strict accordance to the laws of nature and my obedience to the same is wiry at the age of eightysix I can glory imthe fact that out of the great number of my children not one is an inmate of any school of reform jail penitentiary or asylum of any lund Aunt Jane as she is called is tow very feeble living with her son near Sand Gap and her descendants own and occupy most of the land in Jackson county one son L V Morris being jailer of the county She is eightysix years old and says she ex pects to live to be a hundred and to see descendants of the fifth generation Mrs Morris husband died twenty years ago six 3 ears after they had celebrated their golden wedding She never married again and remarkable as it may seem the entire number of descendants are from this one union Her most productive child is Hannah Lakes who has sixteen children and has mor than eighty descendants but Mrs Sallie Sparks follows closely with fifteen children twentynine grand children and thirteen great grandchildrenOf children Lewis had only one child and Bettie died without marrying while Fannie and Lydia are still living but never marriedA of Mrs Morris decendauts as follows shows probably the most remarka ble productive table ever published Great Great great Grand grand grand IlercliildrcnclfilUrenchiMrenchildren j pohnsallieSparksI5 29 1a Job Morris14 31 18 William Morrlsia 41 Hnnnah Lakcsul0 76 L V MorrisU 31 1 Canada Leah Marcum 12 29pM haryJisaacsMargaret Johnson 13 U Cynthia Mi Pervitt10 frottleannie Morris Lydia Morris Total15childrenl28 320 3D Grand total518 Mrs Morris is said by all who know s NheA healthy man is a king in his own s r dhavsound healthkeopsyou well o tfu Sntilme perinanenttyHon John R Garrctt Mayor Girardj AlalNot Hurt After a careful inquiry James Ramey who has charge of the banking depart ment lthe Secretary of States office issued a state ment saying the hank in the Burley district will be benefit ed instead olhurtby the- failureof the Burley pool The banks that loaned money on warehouse recaiitj only loaned a small amount onmhcropMnd even if iabflfeoo does doptovery1- ow price Mr Ramey says the tobacco will sell for more than enough to pay all the Loans made thus relieving the banks and giving them money to help other eater priae ttaUi could not be help ed while the RiOBey WHS tied up with the pooled tobacco Even if the iobacop brings only five cent a round th 3 baiiks will not looae any thing say a Mr Bates statement HUsh phyriw reset weaken the bswela eau a chroaio constipation Doan BWr t U op mt sally ton the eteMh ft upatlon S Ask fltrnhas Ji IeH Frail Women So Many women are dragging out digestivepoor circulation nervousness and the Vefyunnecessary thewelfareble usually lies All physicians knowthat a percentage of women are resultalndlgestlon women constantly complain of remedleahave tctartel your bowels to moving moveregularly goodmildSyrup Pepsin for awhile and you will auatrongerselves and work at stated times anti wiltdisappearandpleuanttaatlng druggisteither else may be enough to perms womenkeep themandthoyoungest SCoyantiendtle as they did and learn for yourself Thattno doubt tpleasedtodesire for yourself or family pertaining to absolutelyree detaILForn o ortherwiseR500Calclwell SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS Big Show Corn Growers Will Meet in January Secretary George Roberts of the Kentucky Corn Grow ers Association has Seannounced maannualby the association will be held in the main building of the College of Agriculture at Lexingtonwhich is intended to be one of the best of any similar exhibits ever held in the South Each exhibit will consist of ten ears and the five best samples in the various classes will be eligible for exhibit at the National Cdrn Show The deannouncedsays that it will be issued in bulletin form soon when applications for entries will be open with Prof Roberts The following extracts byProfof the conditions under which stoentriesgiving the points of the score card have been sent out to farmers over the State Corn for exhibit should be as soon as it is thoroughly matured It should be husk naedventilated place where it will be safe from mice and weevil Each exhibit willconsist of ten ears unlessotherwise specified The corn should be selected to n StearlytoEveryquested to take membership 8in the Association and pay a membership fee of fifty cents er year and will entitle the older to exhibit in all classes However boys under 18 years of age are allowed to exhibit ee of LvTheth Lveentitled to exhibit in the National Corn Show No cornwill be admitted lo the ational Corn n laotthe State show Kentucky id not have enough corn on exhibit at the National Corn Show last year to take all of he premiums offered for this tate Kentucky is one of the ten leading corn growing states of the union It has the most favorable soil and climae conditions and yet it ranks only fifth in production The average yield of the state is about 296 bushels per acre i hen if the farmers used the proper precaution in select ing seed and in cultivation it should be 60 bushels jer acre Every farmers who is in terested in the increase of production of Xentu kys corn crop should become a member of the Kentucky Corn Growers Association and have an exhibit at the Siafee Corn Show here in January All who are litter ftteaaho ld sel d their name wid address to Secretary Roberts who will mail any apptiuaafe premium 1W sooa M ere outr School Musfc Mk p rents who intend to hav their CityHfHarriet Pwrrish at once As Iaen 1ppdbobftrgeof UK phut tamci and parent wuidOwen to ee lite Finish in ft plftlo this wwk t their uflest- ytL I iSI rJ = iL Dcmocfiati Have Big Chance to Control National Senate Democratic managers at Washington encouraged by the result in Maine say that there is now a chance that the Democrats willcontrol the United States Senate A Washington dispatch to the saysThirtyMarch 3 1911 Six arc democrats I n a IISIX instance democrats will be returned Theseseats are those of Culberson of Texas Swanson of Virginia Money of Mississippi Frazipr of ofMarylandFlorida In Indiana Albert Beveridge fighting to be returnedwith the chances 1insthim In Connecticut Senator Buckley faced bitter opposition Gilbert M Hitchcock in Nebraska ex pects to swamp the divided Republican organization whose candidates Senator Burk tt In Missouri Sena tor Warner is almost certain to be succeeded by ademocrat expecttolegislature probably will elect a democrat Maine has elected a democratic legislature In Montana the democrats expectedtonator Carter New York legislaturesuccessor to Depew In Ohio a landslide place a democrat in Senator Dicks JerseyMacsachusetts Dakota may flop and a turnover in West Virginia isapossibility Should the thirteen states referred to return democrats that party would control the senate Arizona at her final territorial election has gone democratic Should she repeat the per shehasstates she will have two mocrats in the senate with two years New Mexico also on the threshold of state hood is about an even bet For Dyspepsia You Risk Nothing by Trying This Remedy We want every one troubled with in digestion and dyspepsia to come to our sia DyspepTablets Subnitrato and Pepsin prepared by a process which develops their greatest power to overcome digestive disturbance Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets are very pleasant to take They soothe the irritable weak stomach strengthen and invigorate the digestive organs relievo usea and indigestion promote nutrition and bring about a feeling of comfortIf give Roxalf Dyspepsia Tablets a reasonable trial we will return your money if you are not satisfied with the result Three sizes 25 cents SO cents and 100 Remember you can obtain Roxall Remedies only atThe Roxall ore H L Perry Richmond Ky ii11 illaalic L L Co- IN EFFECT MARCH 11010 SOUTH uouxn 8LvpmLvLv Richmond shops 940 a iq 1 40 pm Lv pmLvAr Ueattyville 1215 P m 430 pm NORTH BOUND 4LvpmLvpmLvA L inArAll trains daily except Sunday Trains connect with Q Cat Nicho syille and with Southern Railway and terurban Lines at Versailles These trains run into L fc N station at Rich m ond making all connections with L N trains II R SjiiTir G PA- Versailles Ky L and N TimeCard Corrected March 1Ql0- SOLJTIIBOUNL ITo PaintLickRichmonddailyrive Rowland 1030 a m No 2f For Silver CreckPalnt LickLan toLouIsvilleM arrives Loabville 010 rxNo 38 For Jacksonville anti the South through trains leave Richmond ll30ji x Leave Cincinnati at 800 A M No 37 or Knoxville throuch trains Bakes all stops Arrives Richmond 1102 AM leaves Uichm Bd 11 M A M Arrive Knoxvl 708 PK e TickLawaaatermend 736 pwarrlvept Stanford 80 Daily xept SutidayLoave- FiurtkSt MatiSR CiBeiniiati 2s7tr M No Jl Limited tor Atlastsleaves Rich mood 1206 midnight arrives At 1ata1145 A Ji Lfiaves CHciBtia 815 F MNbRTHBODND NeW TjTwIlfd tor CeaiMHMi leave JNehm d 417 A xarrirwOiaei nati74S A M l4 tJOPr m J5tanforiJ leave 4hMJft40 A x arrive Clwli MMi HSftux No 9WeTixarrivCiUebl8 lo 5 XncxvItke1nn4i J1eR- iehmnad tOO p k jNoantiOtaclaustiN 70 MIxed J tr p1iT Rllral Telephones retJenoewbic1IOUits received Call or address our nearest office or write direct to headquarters LineatlMIssirsiptLouisiana EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE CO Incorporated I fIfilust stand rIgid examination I Each article Is chosen irons many brand otttied because it has meiit provedIbrand competes for gains a place on our shelves to measure up to our h Iaach of quality 19btof the recent succetsful representation in our line is I ELECTA I COFFEE I I asmooth and dainty blend I of selected highland grown beans the markets choicest The Electa process of slowcooking and drycnrine the genuine flavor and improves it cctreeIIn 115lng Eleeta CofToo you are sure the finest qualitya 5aU factlon that In I itself would make Electa worth moreIthan other entIces Compare it with any you ever drank I before like the rousing flavor end the glorious emma I Tate and SonI ITelephone 35 I aLs ps 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 possible- A Trial Order Will Convince You JAMES B PARKE CASH STORE Staple and Fancy Groceries Phone 624 FIRST STREET McCreary ResidenceTo I desire to rent for tho year 1911 my resi dcnco in lUchmond Kentucky on Main Street adjoining tho residence of Stanlon Thorpe and now occupied by Thomas J Smith Sr and familyMy residence is large and commodious has nine rooms and three halls is well furnished and has every convenience Persons wishing to look at this residence will please to see me or Mrs Thos Smith at tIme residence JAMES B McCREARY I Artistic Photography Bring in the babiesI make a specialty of taking their pictures M Gaighey the Photographer N V W H I TEThe Old Reliable Dry Goods Man Late Summer Fabrics are now fill ing our shelves also a complete showing o- fSchool Dress Materials r l fWe carry a full line of Novelties and our Lace and Hamburgs are unsurpassed Our cash system of doing business enables us to give Our customers Ispcill ay Low Pries We are always glad to have you caM and inspect goods t 17N4if m8tb Mow list RICHMOfJrT 7U t i rfwI 7 r r = Cd r r J J r is Tff11kD 1ThWRS r v f We Sell Clothes Under A Nationally=Known Trade=Mark t1 J STORES have their own label sewed in the clothes they sell which means that SOME they handle no particular line but just ordinary clothes It offers a possibility of fr 2 varying quality We handle a line branded with a nationallyknown trademark y manufacturer with a national reputation maintain must jealously guard the quality of goods on which he puts his trademark Qurhne of trademarked clothes is your protec tion against any variation othigh quality IJAdlers Collegian 1 the line we feature has a nationwide reputa- tionl as style and quality clothes The Colle k gian trademark on every garment makes these clothes of known high quality certain to be up k to date and correct in style and to give good L iservice andsatisfaction Our assortment for fall and winter 191011 in I cludes a wide variety of shades and fabrics embracing styles to please men of all ages aud if preferences Let us show you this line of su perior trademarked clothing We take great to fit you to perfection tpainSuits and Overcoats f 1500 TO 3000f Shoes Hats Furnishings Cluett Shirts Munsing Union Suits THE ROYLIlo- mcr I of Good Clothes Y J So Stanifer Propti Cor 2nd and Main Richmond tL iC f BLAST6lobe Air Tight HOT BLAST Burns Slack or Soft Coal Without Smoke or Soot Heats double the space heated by any other stove with half the fuel Clean neatteconomical The Kind to B yfor- Service A money saver for people t who want a good stove at an honestfprice See it in operationyou will like it SOLD EXCLUSIVELY BY ioW DBuckley Co J r East Main Street 4 TICKETSFil I AND ALL SOUTHERN RESORTS ON SALE DA- ILYi4T GOOD RETURNING UNTIL MAY 311911 For Full Particulars call on or write r lL C K1NQ Passenger and Ticket Agents 181 Eo Main St XINQTON KY I Ladi- esReadytoWear1 I i Garments liar Fall Stock is Now Lit I 0Ujare invIted to call and inspect our hand I f f some stock Mrs L M Baflow LInBU1fdinith j4Yeer Mn4t 0 a RiChrnd gy JN r W 17 I i i Consign Your Live Stock TO C C Seal Co Union Stock Yards Cincinnati 0 And receive the highest market price as we are the largest order buyers on the Cincinnati market W S NORRIS oct 3mo Give DAVE FREEMAN AShareofYo- urFire Insurance Business He Will Appreciate It lie represents the Best Fire Insurance Companies in the business and guaran tees satisfaction H e DOTYSU- RVEYOR solicago of those its patron needing services ofa competent man Address RICHMOND KETUCICY James Hunley Will buy or sellyour bouse farm town lots or any thing else in the Real Estate line Any business intrusted to him will be promptly and carefully attended to See him if his services are need ed DoT VouRead The Blue Grass Farmer Edition Lexington This Is the reu1ar Monday morning news edition coalla injr addition six pages devoted to general farm news and news pertaining to the farming inter est of the Blue Grass section of Kentucky 1jOt Special Rte to Jan 1 12 More1haft fourten MOfltII s- wws i4d farm poobi foe ohe am tttL Qrder 4fe ibE taM Li1 The xitj tQni Uerald- 11Pcrted L1IXINON XENTUCKY t fPAPER REPRESEHTBO FOR TOREKW ADVERTISING BY THE NIW TfHAMMMtHU IN AktfHI WfWrMHrlltt The Richmond Climax fiERY THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO Incorporated A D MILLER EDITOR Mvbn Ii J FUBUSIERS RIcE 100 PER YEAR I ADYANCE WEDNESDAY NOV 2 1910 mhis speech pt Versailles last Mon day Senator Paynter gives mush Limo to tim proposed Incorporation bill another PaynoAldrich gouge which tryinging it Senator Paynter said in part campaignIa very importont bill which was introduced at tho last session of Congress providing that corporations doing interstato business might avail them selves of its provisions and have grant ed to them articles of incorporation It is an administration measure and its passage is urged by President Taft It may properly bo designation as tho Administration Federal incorporation bill No effort was made to paso it at the last session of Congress as the SavingstJankssition and wore so changed in their final passage the President perhaps thought it would be better riot to press it until a future timo This measure is far reaching in its effect and will iit becomeS a law revolutionize tho method of creating corporations It is proposed to transfer from tho States to the federal Government the right of control and tho method arid purposes of their taxation It is one of tho most revolutionary bills ever proposed in Congress Ifc is riot introduced by a Senator as an oxpres sion ofhis views 011 tha question but for tho purpose of carrying out theI policy of the administration It n1cernand particular consideration or the electorate of the entire eoiwilrjr If it should become a law 11111 fix the policy of the federal government great business concerns wilt be pry ms1Whenduringhe Jifoei the republic It wilt be more difflotflt to get iWOfVk than to free the 8iiersoC Ma wrongs in flicted ftpVn them by Jrnjtwt bur To re suiting frs otir prel etiv tariff yt tern If itbwoHies a WtJtwJ aWct 46 and soon Ithtorere1gn Sta w iud mow than ninety millions of pro pit If the propow d ilk houM KectjbepropertftrntIwotiMt ewnty Mid rnUsII1 Uxation would reU4CbtbeStuse woUld tsdou1y cr1pJebi ItwtmW certninly result in aa faiBMMe p19srtytowould be a Itmla qU85Uii8rw BMct ottheSaes K ntu0k tier Counties and muaei Utie would ta riliUI104oC htreat4lA Iedeml incorparnifon e twould remove the ooniorations from the police power of the State It would be most unfortunael a Now w1Jix it coma to a uonservethg JltoJ1 otJf fri a4 AMBB fit uic Sstlil w Wi bun th tiLl MI 80 iek frtl iM a a is H Tri WI tb a M4rIob WilkcIah c 4LtIt4tllto Mi ioipamioaed ap peal to the youiig vot rjjf cO ne we woald be gliwl if every yovofHUM WqGcutli1Its first vole this yew weuU wwi it fw th ReiHjSHoin partj Ioc we yiksv tht while th perCy iaDY O- MMMpWtet nor jwver will bso long as jtcRieMbs are hunbehis It cowes Nearer standing for the things that are of vital interest to the masses yal we would sot hae any one ootOfl our say Sbut kt every man investi gate far hlpiselfjUMl ctde for himself Do this and wheif you reach the crtdo llf jouriwy you will have served yoiir coHfllry and will fe Tco sclous ethav hag clone your duty welLr SavBRALoffers of 12 cts wore turn tl dewn the put week by local Jobacco groWers in Ihfe county arid why tbct- woulddoths is a tyslcrytq tho pubic tngennL At 12 ctJJtb grower can make a b profit on his invest mf nt The average In this couifty is about lKielbstothe acre and with tho jklce of 12 cts makes the sUlliotSI6Spei acre With the expense taken out of this for producing the crop leaves at least sio Giving the tenant his usual half interest makes 75 for the farmer and where can he do better or on what crop is there moro profit A t this figure land can soon be paid fore The Climax is for the farmers of Madison but it seems that this figure ought to move their tobacco quickly AT Covington In the United States court the grand jury ignored the cases brought before it charging several womenwith tailing to answer all the questions put to them by census enumerators You cant make somo women tell some things sometime even tho they are always in for a neighborhood gossiping circle where everything is tofdIto Eastern markets what ho claims is tho finest crop of Kcifer pears he has raised in years We will have to see them to believe it There is hardly a pear room Madison county and Ken tucky is about down and out of the fruit growing business THE news of the United States must bogiven a back page whilo the base ball fever is on Tho worlds series over shadow every thing for base ball is king in this country IRVINE has a hustling Commercial club while Richmond has nothing that resembles one Isnt it a shame to let the little capital of Estill get so far ahead of us Wash That Itch Away It is said there are certain sptinpa in Europe that give relief and cure to Eczema and other skin diseases If you knew that by washing in these waters you could be relieved from tbat awfu itch woulntyoll make every effort to take a trip to Europe at once Would you not be willing to spend your last cent to find the curt But you need not leave home for these distant springs Relief is right here in your own home towil A simple wesh of Oil of Wiiiter recn Thymol rnd other ingredients as COUl pound only in D D D Prescription will bring instant relief to that teniblo burning itch and leave the skiu ra and healthy as that of a child If you have not alreedy tried it get at leas a 25 cent bottle tod y Wo an sure you of instant relief Sold bv Stockton Son Oct 1in Is It Possible According to those who know the supply of hickory nuts Is gradually diminishing in Kentucky Up until about ten years ago there were plenty of those fall delicacies and it was no trouble to spend a day in the woods and gather from threq to five bushel hulled Now it is almost impossible to geL a halfJbushol in that length of timo In some places where tho trees aru still standing there has been no crop for years the same trees that usCd to be laden with the nuts On the other hand walnuts are still plentiful but they too are not half so abundant as they wore n few years ago One reason for tho short supply is tho fact that the forests have been called on heavily of late years for walnut and hickory timber to supply tho big demand all over the country Our President There A special to the Cincinnati Enquirer from Chicago last Saturday says Dr Ussery President of tho Blue Grass Lea uo is still here And If the Cubs win tomorrow ho will probably to Philadelphia with the teams for tho Tuesday game The doctor is getting some line points on how to handle big crowds toruse in the Blue Grass circuit next season- Friendsof the Doctor here say lu has always been n great admirer of the Philadelphia Americans and went to the big series especially to root for his choice The wise man tarries both lifo and fire insurance lanjI Breck has tho best pollccttIncreasing Manager Kunk of the Ken tucky Cigar Co claims tk rId his assistants are loosening tho skin on their fingers trying to keep up with ihc demand for the Governor McCrear and the Do Solo cigars latest products of the factory that wero placed on tho market ashort time ago Tho name of Govcri6r McCreary has become such a household word within the past few weeks in all parts of the sLalo since ho has acceded to tho demands of Uli people to bo their next Governor that this new cigar has fiillowcd iii the same cbaBMliMMl everybody is calling for it Music Pupils Wanted Ilul1lJoQiilriURgela ia pioo aa4- voaImasloeaeofli to be girra at wy JHJHMJ on North trest ior frthr prllseshrs to jiee rYTfatfBfc 6 Few people NalP8 tb t lb bttrning of the dead JWM jxwlue soki that w untotttp aeeording to pliysLcine JslaeiIDIrhJUIY it is utifling The MMtMa d tvonx JUf over lk ciif emly Mid tb tMBiiditr fir the La Ie ft tim ln viiee the iwopkimsi luwrttai it ooortttttty fjesv IIbrW and bi WItr From mf pfeco oite r about the lUi of last August a red yearling heifer w ight about WO poitpcis or more red With white bind ks front foot wJiife white spot lo forehead with some white under body and a natural poll 1 will piy a liolirai reward tot bet return to tie Inluf1lthrftlori that will lsd u WIT nfli Mtftat Uit UiiiiMt t For Aged Pebple Old Folk Sho IdbeCareful in Their edionb Reg ulative Medicine lYe have a safe dependRM swd al kifetlter ideal remedy that w pwrtteukr IrMiHed p tho requiremetits of Aged east1tkkn5other bowel disorders We are sw sir tliln that it will relievo these cowptelnts and jilvo absolute satisfaction In every particular that we offer it with our per alguarantee that it shall cost the user nothing if It fails to sab ta tiate ThisrelftcllyisoaI1eiIRex Uexall Orderlies have a soothing healing strengthening tonic and regu lative action upon tho bowels They remove all irritation dryness soreness tweakness They restore the bowels ad associate organs to more vigorous and healthy activity Thy are eaten like candy may bo taken at any time without inconvenience do not cause any griping nausea diarrhoea exces sive looseness flatulence of other disagreeable effect Prico25c and lOc sold only at our store Tho Koxall Store n tJ Perry ++++ + + 4 ++ +1 ++++++4 School News i i Items 01 Interest from Supt + Nolaads Olllce aad the County IH Geaeral +++4 ++ P14 +++ ++t+++4 The teachers of the county aro happy now as their checks have been cashed and they have been able to begin their winter shopping Tho next payment will not bo made until December when they will receive what is due them for tIle months of October and November Tho next chock will be in time for tho holidays and will como in handy Tho following report from the Teachers Association of tho 4th Divi sion which hold a very interesting meeting at Kirksvilhe on tho 15th was delayedA crowd was out the people of tho community showing their appreciation and interest in school matters by attending and preparing a sumptuous dinner for all present The welcome address was delivered by Rev R Q Riloy but on account of several un avoidable absences the regular program was not carried out A feature of tho exercises was an address by Supt Coates which was instructive and well received Quito a number of the teachers of the Caldwoll High School were present with Supt Coatos and this was most encouraging to the teachers of tho Association Skin And Scalp Troubles Yield ToZemo Clean Liquid Preparation For External Use Perrys Drug Store is so confident that ZEMO will rid tho skin or scalp of infant Orgrown person of pimples blackheads dandruff eczema prickley heat rashes hives ivy poison dr any other form of skin or scalp eruption that they will giva your money back if you are not entirely satisfied with the results obtained from the use of ZEMO Tho first application will givo prompt relief and show an improvement and in every instance whore used persistently will destroy tho germ life leaving the skin in a clean healthy condition Let us show you proof of somo ro markablo cures made by ZEMO and give 32pago booklet how to pro TIISmokeuGovMcCrearvt cigar it makes a fine ending to a hearty meal Tack This Up 3Women have Usually better eyesight than men- Women aro not permitted to be photographed in China Coal is cheaper in China than anywhere else In tho world The Persians have a different name for every lay in the month Short thick curley hair is an indica tion oCfOatnaturalstrcngth Ai3cast 720000000 worth of British property is always on the sea tradesman is not bound to soil a market article from his window An ordinary railway engine is equal in strength toiuue hundred horses Mostworkcra in Switzcrlrnd are em ployedabout eleven hours a day Seven miles is the greatest recorded height evr reached by a balloon Suicide Is less prevalent in Ireland than in tiny other country in the world The average pulso oLa healthy man beats 6oventytwo times a minute Nearly 1ft per cent of lie people of CTrcat Britain live by agriculture Great Britain loses more than 50000 600 worth of property annually by fire The two swiftest runners of Ute ani mal creation aro tho kangaroo and the ostrich Jiatjiing tho head behind the ears Ayith hot water will often cure lie most obstinate headache From n artistic point of view a wowans face is more beautiful when v1e dCrg1M tbe left ABs say that butter is the most nutritious artiste of diet and thai baeoe i Ms MXt At all MMftoas of tlley ie1iNk in tin metidtg is tfce coldest hen ijke- t iir 1flQ5WJ 1Mwe ieen f iiM t d ttranet allowed to ve4natay it k i tbntoeaaaverasen Pen7 ia ucifiioll elbenes IMds- OJe I U a week upjIicthrough tk Put ftloe it I- sii IdTaa4n1Fcmatocpiders an b isieg and er f tbaft ttrim and =udeYOIW b H AningOn- Ms1bl- iDT of XJnioiv City Ind maiiRyer of the Mays villa laaetmllclubof tie Biiie 1111i1IAagutl- ft entered mba contract to give Ibis oity a successful tem next year or no =pay This shows that Maysvills ii coming into abe Idu next yenr with tentwd itMarrndtaUttn lUll Kl bmon4 will uv w kety k itIv nVevi the Ifiuitt ktL- i p4 TTFTrTT2 r Concerning Your Home Every modern home should have a modern and throughly dependable system DefectiYe and unreliable plumbing of the howbthroomkitchenoraDY otbarpwtfixtures in the r invariably interfere with the comfort afld ILconvenience of the whole family and often IIseriously affect health It is therefore most important thatyotlrhome should be ss per feet in rcpecttothe plumbing ipmentaam- odem sanitary science can make it- Thisw always the case whenffctj Plumbing Fixtures are installed in a house These fixtures are unexcelled for quality and sanitary efficiency hence they are the fixtures we irecommend and supply The plumbing work on every job we do is proof of our high Iiregardfor QUALITY May we estimate for A p you q Richmond Motor Plumbing Companyk For Bald Heads A Treatment That Costs Nothing itFaiIs 1 Wo want you to try three largo bottles of Reiall 03 Hair Tonlo on our personal guarantee that the trial will not cost you a penny if it docs not give you absolute satisfaction Thats proof of our faith in this remedy and it should indisputably demonstrate that we know what wo are talking about when we say that Rcxall 03 Hair Tonic will grow hair on bald heads except whore baldness has boon of such long duration that the roots of the hair are entirely dead tho follicles closed and grown over and tho scalp is glazed Rememcer wo aro basing our statements upon what has already been accomplished by the use of Rexall 03 Hair Tonic and we have the right to assume that what ItJias dono for thousands of others it will do for you In any event you cannot lose anything by giving it a trial on our liberal guarantee Two sizes 50 cents and 100 Remember you can obtain Rox all Remedies in this community only at our store Tho Rcxall Store II L Perry Richmond Ky A report from the Black Patch in Western Kentucky says Tobacco buy ers have anticipated the break of the Burley pool and while they do not ex pcct a sharp decline in prices they have refused to consider tho demand of many growers for 0 and 10 cents a round Tho price last year averaged 7 to 8 cents a round The new English lax with agi tation for revision has affected the demand of the English market hurticg the Henderson stemming district and the western district somewhat Some 60000 pounds sold at Mayfleld last week averaged a little over 5 cents a round Tile crop is larger and better than last year A jump of a dollar a hundred after the holidays last year taught the farmers a lesson about rush ing their tobacco to market The active season will begin in about two weeks with little preliminary rushing Its Your Kidneys lDont MIstak the Cause 01 You Troubles Many people never suspect their kidneys If suffering from a lame weak or aching back they think that it is only a muscular weakness when urinarytroublo sets in they think it wilt soon correct itself And so it is with all the other symptoms of kidney disorders That is just whore the danger lies You must cure these troubles or they may lead to diabetes or Brights disease The best remedy to use is Doans Kidney Pills It cures all ills which aro caused by weak or diseased kidneys Residents of this vicinity are constantly testifying to permanent cures For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents HosterMIlbum Co Buffalo Now York sole agents for the United States Remember the nameDoansand take no other Aged Couple Celebrate The sixtysixth anniversary of the marriage of Mr and Mrs J M Hocker founders of locker College now known as Hamilton College was fit tingly celebrated with a public reception at the institution which their liberality has made one of the leading educational factors in the South The celebration has become an annual custom with the Hookers and is always held at Hamilton College in Lexington Mr Rocker is now 86 years old and his wife just four years younKer they having been m3rri dwhn they were twenty and sixteen respectively For many years thy have been inter jested in educational affairs aswellasma yothrOO1a ficent projects and have always been liberal givers to these causes At the time of its found tion the college had enrolled only fifty students but in the baud of Mr Hooker and hi suocetMora it bae steadily grown TS The gilU of the Boelier IB the oue of ediM5ten tit South irill total a1 k ilSlO 000 d besides hiswotk r- MrHawiiltofi Hooker was inabruinental in obtaining tbe removal Transylvania Uni versUy from Ilirrodsburg to Lexington before the foundation of tbat college ito poor JIOIWJ U Wait WIU yen bn 01v tO trIG Uttnfetatf ben tamtam 89 It iswiWe wriM tilt MM J ii tM N j i k t aa NOTICE i I am paying highest cash prices 1 for Hides and Tallow Also i 0 1Ifor FURS i t A j Ring phone 363 j M WIDESRICHMOND KENTUCKY Taylor Oldham Invite your attention to their Model Radiators and Wonder Oak Heating Stoves f4TheV We Sell the Best Cooking Stoves IVfeHe jsi We also UPERIQRWHEAT TAYLOR OOJHAM H n ni FURSAn Admirable Assortment of Exclusive Styles Lynx Pointed Foxes and Mink Three ot the fashion favorites in fur neckwear These furs lendfc IThoIn the present completness or this superb stock there lies a powerful motive for buying ftinr how and at reasonable prices loWer than eisef whero rEveryshown hero exclusively vv Old furs remodeled and repaired at a small cost tolok like ewiv i tt k j f M Lowetha115 r i if 1 i Manufacturing Furrier Lexington Ky t GROCERIES = Is Our Specialty 1 Get r yougoodsCountry Produce IF YOU CANT Te1ePhonci6o22a- jSewell e McKinney140142 North 0t n We have the Bestc C f a7 1 J JTOI3ACGO STICKS ft I rP 9 r ever bro d Jjjtriafor yourself The prke is right d r 11 BiantoiCoiigleton- Lumber Co bns+ td es4bs te td Ubtim fQ NIIr T If 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 i conveniences And finally note how moder ately even the most elaborate case is priced r BtNSETTdHIGGINS UNDERTAKING BuyingYour is risky business risky to your pocketbook Its no kilo dream that prices will soon advance You know Itso do we Save money by lotting us fills your bins NOW The satisfaction r is well worth both tho cost ands trouble Telephone 110 te Red Ash Jellico jj fiVe have tho exclusive sale A 7 trial order will convince you that onra is a little better than you hove bpen getting eh where and possiblyless Pall Weigh or Coal Forfeited WWJroaddusCo Orchard Street Lime Cement Etc The Favorite Tonic lor Women DRHOAGS A bottle today will ccsrrtnee vast this Is heatSeddby STOCKTON S SOX Notice to Creditors All persons having claims against the estate or Mary Stocker deceased will please present same to the undersigned properly verified on or beforo December 3 1010 or same will be barred Wm Jenkins Admr 1241owby Ky Posted JVe the undersigned strictly forbid hunting trapping or any kind of tres passing on our premises and will prosecute offenders Paraleo Fitzpatrick Geo Fitzpatrick A DOBROW5KY FIRST STREET Come Jo Owen McKee Richmond Ky for dry goods and notions Others do and wily not you If Coal Feed Shingles Etc Buying God is like buying anything else Tlpurchaser is ALWAYS bet ter satisfied when ho KNOWS ho has the BEST Thais the way about buying your WINTER CoalCoal is what wo must all have during the winter season and we tlo not want the TROUBLE ef BREAKING arid OARRYING out a lot of CLINKERS and ASHES beforo we build our fires Jut what we are compelled to doffwee buy poor slow burn g cheap coals Buy the WEST Such as Rex Red Ash Jellico and Straight Creek Theres Dooe better and the purchaser tt ALWAYS PLEASED when he buys IrofllL Satisfaction guaranteed WlltnUGHBl ISON rlfJs Qitvyut 441- c ftr Around Town WANTED Girles to work iu the Glove factory Call phone 428 Joe Bales purchased last week 30 stock cattle from John Todd at 4 12 cts House for rent in good condition apply Cut Rate Groceries either I 2or3 101241 FOR RENT =My house on West Slain street for tho year of 1011 Mrs J Speed Smith At Danville last Thursday Simon Welhor Lexington bought from Charles Caldwell 108 fine export caUlo for C cents and from Georgo McRoberts GS Ilt the same price They weighed over 1500 Joseph Kindig the noted mule dealer of York Pa returned homo last evening after a visit to Sheriff B G Fox who is his local buyer Mr Kindig came to purchase three car loads of colts but found the price too high and did not buy any lie and Mr Fox motored over to Springfield yesterday and there found the mule owners holding back for steeper prices Danville Advocate Rooms for Rent Furnished or unfournished Apply to J E Gott tf 311 Third st Smoke Cuban Club JOc Cuban Star5c Lost Mitch Cow deep red with tipof horns sawed ofTG years old Sid Ruynon colored 1L For Rent j Residence and six acres of land near city limits on Big Hill pike Apply B R Been tf It D No 1 Baron Ky Kash Here Samuel II Kash of London ievenuee agent for the state at large was injRich mond last week in consultation with County Attorney Jackson and Auditors agent James Fcrrell Nail In Foot Mr Eugeno Land a prominent farmer of near Valley View is buffer ing from blood poisoning the result of stepping on a rusty nail a few days ago Physicians are in constant attendance Hot Drinks The change in the weather has brought out hot drinks at all places in the city where soda water is dispensed Hot chocolate hot bouillon and the like have many friends during the cold days Small Blaze A defective flue caused a slight blaze inn tenement house adjoining the Normal Steam Landry last Monday but a bucket brigade put out the flame before the department arrived The loss will bo small New Store Richmond is to have a new grocers store Mr Marlon Sandlin has opened up u stock in a now building at the intersection of Estill and Irvine streets- and the prospects for a flourishing business are very bright Locate Here General Manager L A O Gabpnoy of the Big Hill Coal Company who has been residing at Johnetta Rockcaslle county has decided to move to Richmond with his family on account of the excellent school opportunities Thin Ice The early risers of last Saturday morn ing were not much surprised to see a thin sheet of ice oilthe buckets and pains that were kfl out the night before The thermometer went down to about JO the coldest for tho season Blood Poison Mr Porter Prewitt of Valley View was brought to the Patti A Clay Infirmary last week suffering with ag aggravated case of blood poisoning Mr Prewitt was cutting corn Md the knife slipped nakiMKan ugly ga h w his leg hut below tbe knee f y 1BuysHarvey Ckenault has returned from Boyte county where he went last week to took ever some cattle lie purchased from Mite Fox of Danyife 100 head itgthatper ewt He will prepare them for the export market at his Wg MapgnMi farm eaihe BigUiit like Bt iJrhisVeel r r TIM iEeat Maanfacetiog Company tint bits just hwtelted Out mvMuuHy forM MAkitI otaUll II4CoC giers will bagn work this weir itt uaew- 1rteisad iq tbeRiebasomd Luna ber ConpMiy TAa seoed and third syrles oftbeoil JftiU love boND pUsd op H4i1bIK iw w piofd Thu iii awyrd ODet oet at owty MttJHti b4 iU tb lintJW a U h vf 4hl1WIaUt tc f ii 4r IHutan SII eS i i 8 lI tf f j Eqh i 2 f 1 2 i i i jJ lt1 r f f I1Vaknu0vetSlioes Ovecoats With Presto Collarst TWO PERFECT COLLARS IN ONE tl fI t GREAT IMPROVEMENT IN OVERCOAT MAKING j 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 tafew seconds to the Presto style as shown in Figure Three making the most perfect neckand if f throat protector ever known 3 t tJ Prestoffcollars are very desirable But can be successfully made only by the most careful tailoring hfsuch tailoring as you always find in garments bearing the Kenton label 1n Buy a Kenton Overcoat with the Presto collar and youll get the best yet produced L y x jYQU1Ifind our Overcoat stock this season larger than ever All the new Grays Browns and tL jTans in every variety of color combinationswith the Presto collars and without long or medium orS j short coats all reasonably priced 1000 1250 1400 1500 1800 2000 2250 2500 COVINCTON and BANKTHE STORE FOR QUALITY = ftl Crry = = I===5aA = = == = ==C == l= ww BROADDUS CO- t 1 SOLE AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED The Best Goal Mined If there Was Any Better We Would Sell It W W BROADDUS CO Telephone 1 10 135 Orchard Street Richmond Kentucky Made Merry Red Men Hold Joyous Pow Wow After Scalping Two Pale Faces J At the wigwam of Float ialpanoe triM of Red Men lastWedjtesdax evening there wero big o to speak Ncarly every member of the local tribe Tras present and seetiedhi a happier frame pj mind than on any other similar occasion It wastho regular smoker and pow wow OTlnch pale1faoandinitiation On his occasion the lodge had the honestof eaterlalning the GrM Sachem of Kentucky lion Homer J Nerlhcutt of Covington whose presease was a treat to the lodge Loeal Red Mw have known Mr Northcutt fur wnetime meeting liim at the Grand lodf s but have never had the honor laving tim sit a4eneef tkelrtJg Powwew After the legree work thee bt aquev- wassproait anda happy trM tonic their places arowedthe feetivebeea ih Jews l u ias- a tewiaC tI slieweittaiMlwwu paetjnaetpt in- thisi art HTliilrd c d the GrMi- Saeireta keuq The UewriMit work or iit 1ih4i lIfen V p Jackson Early History of Redmen shIP GIIPiggRieteryot Floating Canoe Tribe its up and downs 1E Seatoo1icw Missed Being Elected Q Smore otlikspeeciraa vererdebY AB Link wd J S C CovingtonwithhYe favorite idle which Jtt pisyedfor Sears before gouging to Rtehraooirfrom the dear oW scenes of hid phiWhojod is Ejjfell oounfy eatertanwd ftJl1MrII with several olil jLinw MteiiMumjtd the lI1ae Snwhioh he liaadled the low sad rgaderedTnrkey jeL 9trewe Situ het a ntiw cut that morel Swingem iCY9U ikemandseveral other well knownelecticna tJsttaclllhulllint Cl1hi Th feauiC wiate tan itie 1elUeieiie- of tiie MMoftwiu oU nrkeg at fns pare Utke Hestia water icda8ct t wmorC cigars rd 4 0 Resigned 0 11w JhJdKflOtb jbMNdgned Ids and wlllb ooon ctd with u BHlall ti anl- iMial lTrOoIIIOb At n 1 e s Field Ablaze Aryo stubble field belonging to John R Gibson near the city limits was ablaze for sometime last Sunday even ing The fire department answered the alarm and with the extinguishers suc ceeded in putting it out beforo the blaze reached tho fences of Mr G R Turley Itis the supposition that sparks from a railroad engine caused tho fire The damage will be slight Last Day itis is the last day of the supplemen taI registration and all who have not registered must hurry to the County Clerks office and get their names down before nine oclock this evening If you can chow good cause why you were enable to get to the polls on the regular jcgistration day you are entitled to a certificate Democrats this Isa great year fer ypu and your vote will help to swell the big landslide Model Won Tke second team of the Model school wt th s cofHl town team on the grid lies bwtSHrHrday and defeated them I6 te dy Oanil PJielps starred for the Mete whiii ChBault and Oldham pedebeetgxeiaifor thetown lads IPMiWtated team issued a challenge tUIkwaUoptheIJ two Only October 191Q has been as unusual maaMi oily twi feallyAkHd d s11af- e3M recorded i When bMy rains ikept tCIuaueacl thing about October k the feet tbut there has been 8m ta ring cwmty than fof jelUlciv Uik partlrater Hfonth In MadtMo Juan sad Qfltob r have TUvrtys been the nubs ter bride Juett Honored Mh B Jvettiieid city we of tIM i the1StaeSate tyniiT Grater oI1betbrtnM jirJ tt ate male ClMtfniun of the OJwBjittee on Bebekah L gewhicht- o an anjuliary to Qdd Fellowship y her wto will rvi wi K kIm ant D 0 CoVingtonj LsjjlugloiiJ B T Bow y YsnoeburgD W Blankeociiipi LotIwfX lattaoo Ashland j P Jj BwltryoMNb J Stone Norman Sells His Big Rattle Snake Interesting News About This Specie Mr Stone Norman the popular commission merchant who has been exhibiting a huge rattle snako for the past month in his big show window on Main street has disposed of the reptile to tho National Zoological Park at Washington D C Mr Norman has had several letters about the snake since the notice appeared in ThejClimax a few days after he purchased itanlt many Zoological people have made him offersThe snake was thirteen years old and purchased by Mr Mason from a Mr Raynor of Lee county who captured it after a fierce fight Col Billy Mays the deputy UjS Marshall who makes this city head quarters and who knows every inch of ground in the Kentucky mountains says that the rattle snake is fast dU appearing front that section of the comrtry and intu past fifteen years he had not seen a half dozen while up- Until thatJime Jl was a eetnmon occur anc for him to kill one of these poison bus reptiles in his yard or garden He said he always feared the copper 4iead more thaa he dtd the rattler for the rattle snake always gave warning hemIcoMe into the homes in the mountains and strike without the least warning He relates many Barrow escapee from boyIeieMwiIIboraandrredl wftMtX killed aftw a hard tARd whieh eame near striking him before he could dtopatoh has tiw kin fl hL l Ethel D9CMf the Lexington Qpewa House flw 4iiByubJjwr tteirass Ethel Bar aeno to Uw Lexington Pen HVOM WWiMMtey Nov I She wil- lpeessnttJsgreatetphr ot her distiEr Mound WMOT MTdCfcmmial by 8te Arthur Pmont Th aaieel seats fair tliaenl em owntopenJloodaI morning Oct 31 Order for seaU seat to Manager 8eo4lt jk onpanied by a re lUUno will rwKi t prvepi auuI01lI- b4J prIM dI i s lottr w IO bits ur ti tilts IIiM Magistrate Fined In Judge Shackolfords court List Wednesday Squire W EL Taylor of tho Fiscal court was assessed a fine of 2000 for Breach of the Peace Tho verdict was rendered by a jury Tho case was immediately appealed to the Circuit court William and Mounts Pig were given a fine of 950 and cost for shooting on the highway Hit Em Heavy The October term of the Circuit Court assessed fines against violators of the law to the extent of about 2000 A greater part of this will bo paid and the remainder will be worked out in the county jail Whether worked out or paid the officers get their share from tho state treasury The commonwealth attorney is entitled to fifty per cent the county attorney to twenty Jive per cent the clerks getsfifteen per cent and the state takes the small end fixing Up Mayor Rice is pushing the work of remodeling the crossings that connect parts of Main First Second and Irvine streets with the Court House square andwheneompletedtieywlU add greatly to the loops of the citys thoroughfares The crossings will be of vitrified brick with concrete filling aad graded so as to be unusually comfortable fey vehiclesofall kinds as well as autowKAilos and thus save springs Helm Here CoHgre 8m Harvey Holm was in the city all dry last We4 e ky and mingled with MM + ere He kad mar assur ancee hem Re Hblieww that They weald sujporthV ciiiefly on account fthePayaerAMriefe tariK nod the New Na naH IR ponies oftbe Adwiwim lion which so many ReptiWteMW hi this s 6Uun are against AJHl bid c to put a sew man Jn Congreea now fr a tiiia dktriet would lie a e faiity Dr Price Coming 4 phyaeiaaa in thw county will thewrkot PattieApart tUto wonth Dr Joseph Pro f bUad pkis ia pctad hersi teraabortatajr with friend and will hold a clinic atUfe inflnnarf to which all physicians of Madtaon and adjolninpf counties are invited that they mar N oeiv the bsne8tof the object leMoo ureWblleKtwrt rf Art 1iirA ict M YtI 0 Maupin Uncle Clay Maupin one of tho last of a very noted generation wifo have mado Madison county history is dead at the nge of sixty one His demise occurred last Tuesday evening at his homo about seven miles from Richmond near Whites Station Ho was born and reared in that section and it was his anddiewhere the best of people have aways agohehisrolatlcsof disease was the cause of his death He was a son of the late Howard Maupin who was a pioneer of Madison county and one of her prominent citizens in dtYs Bono by Mr Maupin was never married preferring to live out his life in single blessedness and ho Is one of a very few residents of this county or this section of tho state who attained such an advanced age without ever being married One brother survives him Mr Jess Maupin who resides near Whites Station In politics he was a staunch Democrat and was always ready to defend the great principles of that party Funeral services were conducted at the grave in this city Thursday by Rev Crutchflold of tho Methodist church Rooms For Rent Furnished or unfurnished Apply to 200 Lancaster Avenue 102021 I A cj Popular The contest on When will tho clock stop which has been conducted by Luman ds Higgins for several weeks will como to a close on next Saturday when a grand prize of 910 will be given to tho lucky person Three dollars has been given away each week since it started At 5 cts the Gov Me Creary cigar is the best value on the market for the smoker Every body sells them = r Found Dead Circuit Clerk Roy White missed a very fine jack coit one day last week and until Sunday ho had searhed every part of tho farm in an effort to locate the little animal It was found in a small sink hole and had been dead sev eral days when discovered The holo was hardly large enough for the youngster to get into and Mr White is at a loss to know just how it could have wedged itself in so obscurely It was valued at 8150 It is supposed that in trying to extricate itself the neck was broken It was hardly a month old non You Wil Find Hereeverything in rubber goods needed in tne family hot water and ice bags syringes rubber gloves rubber band ages etc All substantially made from new rubber sani tary and perfect in every re spect When you require anything in this particular line it will pay you to look over our stock HL PERRY PHONE 75 MAIN ST1 WarningTo 3VIOTORISTSYour bank account is a most reliable speedometer Are jou going too v fast Warning Many an enthusiastic motorist has been forced to abandon the greatest of all sports because of the preposterous if hebut knew iti the unnecessary expenditures You dont need to be a millionaire to run and enjoy a motor car Little WonderPprtuble J ieoin I V Yes we have this wonderful little invention and we want to talk to You abqut ifiuow Let us help you Steam was never practically available for vulcanizing until the invention of THIS VULCANJZER Experts to a man v agree that steam is the only ideal agent for vulcanizing rubber The economicaladvantages of keeping that expensive tire outfit in condition L are too numerous to mention Every Motorist Knows TIRES TIRES tGet right with us and you solve the motorists most perplexing problem v J v the big mpnth end tire bill ia absolutely submissive to this wonderful time andtmoney saver ICosts Little Means Much A Baby Can Operate It Remember yumayHR C OLDHAMC r f trt JiA2 JUST ARRIVED I Copyright 1908 67 SCHLOSS BROS CO Fine Clothes Makers Ciitlaoro and New York Correct they will be best dressed of word The New Fall made by Jirst of the new interest every cor styles but opens at Come See We have just some very Suits for in the New They are in all the new shades and are to be seen in our Suit Parlors Come make selection before they are picked over We are the Sole agents for Queen Shoes for ladies and Fine Shoes for men These shoes are best to be in any city We are all the new lasts and kinds Come see Get our low prices on all kinda shoes for men women cmldreu we can fit you suit you and save you money Completeurin Every aU the new things in NotionsCome our and save money We are Belts Belt Pins Scarfs etc Our shelves and counters are and groaning under weight ot good things in all kings of winter the for stylesyWD ULOHAM ANDrrOMPANY r r Nervous Women For nervous tired women we recommend Jar dui Cardui is a womans It acts specifi cally on the female organs and has a tonic effect on the whole system It contains no ingredients being a pure vegetable extract If suffer from some form of female trouble get Cardui at once and give it a fair trial TAKEw J 35 It Will Help Mrs W W Gardner of Paducah Ky tried Cardui and writes I Cardui is just grand I have been nsirjr it for eleven I am 48 years old and feel like a different woman since i nave been taking it I used to from bearing down ains nervousness and but now the pains are all gone and I sleep good I highly Cardui for young and old it ALL DRUG THIS IS THE PLACE FOR Fresh Oysters V RICCICo- rner Main and Second Telephone 3 The Imperial Double Disc The Cfothes as worn by the gentlemen the social and business Models and the Master Tailo- rsSchloss Bros Baltimore New York Boston This showing models is of to manandoungman because it not only gives you the rect the way toHigh Grade Clothes Moderate Prices and Them Everyone Welcome received stylish TailorMade Ladies Manish Cloths shown Quality Pineyour Wm Kneelands two lines of the had showing them cash of and Q Detail get prices showing Neckwear Hosiery creaking the goods Get best medicine building harmful you You think years suffer sleeplessness recommend Try AT STORES designed Company Commissioners Sale Mrs Babe Hooten c Plffs vs Notice of Salo Roberta Reed o Dofts Under and by virtue of a judgment and order of Fate rendorod at tho October Term 1010 of the Madison Circuit Court in tho above styled action the undersigned Master Commissioner of said Court will on Saturday Nov 5 1910 at 11 oclock A Mon the premises in Richmond Ky sell to the highest and best bidder the following described property viz A Store House and Lot of Ground located on the north side of Main street in Richmond Ky fronting 14 feet on said street and run ning back 33 feet now being occupied by Cap Dickerson This is very desirable property Said property will be sold on C and 12 months time The purchaser being re quired to execute bond with approved security bearing per cent interest from date until paid to have the force and effect of a judgment and a lien re tamed on tho property until all tho purchase money is paid H O RICE M C M C C Immediately after the foregoing sale according to the directions of tho will of John G Taylor I his administrator will soil at public auction on s Saturday Nov 5 1910 his late residence at corner of First and Irvine streets and vacant lot 20 feet wide adjoining both in the very heart of the city of Richmond A splendid corner lot with brick residence and vacant lot for building A more particular description of both and dimensions will be gladly furnished upon inquiry This property will be offered separate ly and asa whole to be sold in the way bringing tho most money Terms of payment will bo and 12 months with lien retained- J E GREEXLEAP Administrator with Will Annexed Money to Loan on Good Farm- Lands The Northwestern Mutual Life In surance Co will loan money at 5 per cent interest on good improved farm lands on Mortgage Apply to J C ChenanH Attv C9f Richmond Ky Mound City Paints may cost a trifle more bat1 Stockton son 24nly For Sale I have several good building lots for sale located on Lancaster and Brcck Aye Location drainage ect the very best Mbst desirable for apartment house or living residence Any one in terested in purchase please call on the owner Mrs D M Bright or her son Dr Bright tf HARROWIn the illustration below the Double Disc is shown in the position of turning Note the action of the Flexible jointed Frame Connection which permits the Harrow to turn practi all on ils own ground The blades do not track at any time there is na interference of parts and tho turn is made without extra exer1onfrom either driver or team There is no strain on any part of the Harrow arid tho ground is worked just the same as when going straight ahead The Flexible Frame is a very imporlant in fact indispensable feature Double Disc Harrow can be conveniently handled or male to satisfactory work without it A rigid frame would cause a sere twisting strain in turning and leave a series of holes and ridges at the turning points 1 The Imperial Double Harrow requires no more skill ability or exertion than art ordinary silo Harrow 1tit is simple in construction and easy to handle and can be used wherever single Harrow tan be used It Js 1j feia J 5 and 7 loot sizes suitable for 2 3 or 4 horsef It is moderate is cost being mierwlly JwwVbaH the cost of two single Harrows But price should not be DM prime eosW atki SMgiimcy sad espaoity- r lKttW come first Tlio question should be will the Harrew do IIgh better work MHJ enough mart ww4c je J 1 itp4tr r 7r tb Mriafr of tiWfe labor and horses will easily pay for 1U U fat a siaKle eelepk Jill tlist itpiiw for tike Imperial Harrow woguarMt it toperforJ fnNN1 ftoU IlkMM ea thisL i thbpWobsser bfeiftibo th4JuarW IIc h 0Quglaii Simrjiont Dtifhtragc J t To4 I u iPOT p o HapPyCoJJplts Choose the Fall Months to Plight Their Troth in Madison County J H Williams of licrca a well known resident of that city and MJss Minerva Jane Clirisman who gave her add ess as Possum Kingdom Madison county applied at the county clerks office Wednesday for marriage license The grown has been married three times and gave his ago at 04 The bride is 55 and has lived in single bess edness all these years until the wooing of Williams which was too much for her heart They were both as happy as young lovers The date of the wedding was not givenout Charles McCord a valued employee of the L N railroad who hails from Paris and Stella McCormack of Slate Lick this county were married by Kov E B Barnes last Wednesday at the home of the minister on Lancaster Avenue John Hale of Speedwell and Hariab Chesteen of Panola applied for license last Wednesday and announced the wedding tobe at Boron on the following dayAt the Glyndon Thursday afternoon the parlors of tho hotel were the scene of a very pretty wedding His Honor Judge Shackelfoad officiating The contracting parties were Nathaniel Whitaker the well known gate manufacturer of Nowby and Miss Susie n Turner of Cottonbursr After tho wedding the young couple were the recipients of many congratulations from those who witnessed the ceremony Look Out Richmond dealers should tithe every precaution that all ice cream shipped inhere and all extracts for flavoring ices etc are strictly in accordance with the pure food laws The Fayetto county grand jury indicted thirty three dealers in Lexington lest Thursday on tho charge of selling adulterated foods not in accord with tho pure food laws Many ice cream cone venders were indicted charging them with selling cream which had gellatin substituted in part for cream without being labeled to show the ingredients Enough to Go Round There will be plenty of turkey meat this winter for the Thanksgiving and Christmas dinner as well as Now Year and a few weeks following All reports that there will be a scarcity are without foundation Already the local markets have made purchases at 13 12 cents and a prominent local dealer said ho did not expect to see a scarcity of any degree This county has enough to go around several times and in addition send many droves to tho eastern markets Mumpsi In the Doylesville section of tho county that most aggravating of all pretty maladies the mumps is raging and grown folks as veil as children are suffering from tho effects ot tho swollen neck It has become epidemic and the schools as well as business enterprises are suffering OUT New VigorAyers Hair Vigor was good the best that was made But Ayers Hair Vigor new im proved formula is better It is the one great specific for fall ing hair A new preparation in every way New bottle New contents Ask your druggist to show it to you the new kind Does not change the color of the hair Formals with each bottle I Show It to your doctor irk him about it then do M he gays As we now make our new Hair Vigor it does not have the slightest effect upon the color of the hair You use it freely and for length of time with StoPafallingMade by the J C dyer Co lowell Mi The Boy With A Watch is always the envy of his companions If yon want to make your boy really happy give him a watch that will keep real time You can gel one bore for very little money or for as much as yogi care to pay We guarantee all watches we Jiandle and the guarantee of this jewelry store means something d DRHQAfiS Blood and Liver- Restorative A Liver Meke uA Ned PariTi THE RELIABLE REMEDY fey 11te8Dit Pimples Neon ui Sks DiIeaaes StrcngHtens the nerves makes new rich blood increases appetite More people owe their health and strength to it than any other rem edy Dont wait buy a bottle today sown Stockton Son Found On Fourth street gold cross and chain Owner can have same by paying advertising charges J You cannot afford to buy your drill until you understand the merits Of the Peoria shoe and disc drill DnShackelford S Co Notice of Application for Pardon i William Sparks who wag convicted in the Madison Circuit Court nt the Slay term 1910 will ask the Governor for a pardon of said offense and that ho bo relieved from the remainder of the two years sentence imposed upon him by a verdict of tho jury and all who object to such pardon will notify tho Governor in writing of any objections they may have thereto oct202t William Sparks Fire Life Accident and Health Insur anco in the very best old lin o Companie Wm S Broaddus Agt tf T R Pennington Dentist Office next door to Government building Richmond Ky Dan H Breck life fire and accident insurance tf Lumber For Sale Barn bills and all kinds rough lumber in oak poplar and pine Tobacco sticks Poplar laths Write J A STEVEXS WT HICKS it Richmond Ky Estrayed Estraycd from my place near Kirks ville Ky on Oct 3rd one black mare mule with mealy nose good flesh and 14I2hands high Information lead ing to her recovery will be liberally rewarded Hargis Brandenburg Kirks ville Ky 10124t Mrs Maude Mackey Walk ersHair Dressing Parlor Como in and have your hair dressed in the newest style braids and puffs made to order Braids restored to natural colors Highest prices paid for combings Two doora above Stocktons drug storeon Main street OiUce phony 545 residence 202 G Mo Why You Should Give Me Your Magazine Business I can save you money because my prices are tho lowest 1 will meet or beat any bonafido club offer I can save you time because my service is prompt and efficient I can save you worry because I guar antee adjustment of any complaints and will take 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lined color gray medium weight 25c Garment Ladies Jersey Ribbed Underwear in cream and white fleece lined all sizes 25c Ladies pure white Jer sey Ribbed heavy fleece nicely finished 48c Garment Ladies Union Suits in cream and white perfect fit all sizes- Childrens 50c Union Suits in cream fleece lined for boys and misses sizes 2 to 16 years 25c J DryGoods Notions Carpets Mattings Oil Cloth Etc ti 4 Clothing BargainsYou OughtTo Our MensClothing In Pure WoolFabrics Until you have seen our mens fall and Winter clothing and try them on can have no idea as to Excellent Tailoring Per fect Fit and Smart Patterns We will be pleased to have you inspect them Suits and Overcoats 748 to 2500 Our completeeEv Fay Stockings need no supporters button at the waist all sizes for children 25c pair We have 500 pairs of Sample Shoes for ladides in pat leather vici kid and box calf In this lot we have worth 150 to 2 sell them while they last at98c Pair Ladies fleece lined Shoes vici kid in pat tip or plain toe just the thing for cold weather 125 pair Extra heavy fleeced lined Ribbed Hose in black for rough boys 15c pair rc Special Bargains Boys velvet lined Union Suits extra heavy 50c Suit Boys extra heavy fleece lined Shirts and Drawers 25c Each J1 Infants ribbed fleece a lined Vests lOc Each 1J Outing Gowns 48c to 2c Childrens Sleepers made of blue and white and pink and white out 4 ing all sizes t 25c Each elyj Sweater Coats for mena women and children all colors and sizes Blankets 48c to 496 Comforts 98c to 398v Pillows 59c to 75c Pillow Cases l5 each Sheets ready made SOc ooI 711 l i 0pjLJ E V ELDER v NE LEA General Manager Farmers Tobacco Warehouse 642676 South Broadway LEXINGTON KY TOBACCO SALES i tobaccoofTJsV ingone msde the hJ hest aye notOBaiIDge dbutniadethehIKhe t average on our entire floor WEATTRIBUTETlllS LARGELY TOIOUB Our Mr Ltd baa bids lifelong Xgerieice as aSUCCMII ui Wehoueman full study of every phase of t buMlnefr e only consida fed a farerueceaefuljudge rodeWe n 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