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I Bgnt Pages Today b c T Irfo 17th YEAR RfflthNDMMADI5ONV v r COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 9 1910 4- I NUMBER 23 I The MachineThis different machine this jitfrrier machine this pereel mxtttr pecethe machine1 of your imaginatin which you sighed for every time the thread slipped around the spool pin of your old ma chine and broke everytfme its shuttle wore outcvery time its stitch slipped every time its needle broke every time your back became weary and your feet became tired this macLlnt with its 32 fault removing inventions we now offer to you at your own terms as low as 1 90 A WeekThe price is so low that we promised Mr WmC Free the inventor of this 20th Century machine that we would lIner publish it You are accustomed to paying so much more for machines which are not near so good that it will be hard FpricedFREEbeautiful lasts longer and makes a more perfect stitch than the highest priced machine on the market To appreciate the price you must first come to our store implicitfaith and see the quality we want you to give it a TIlE RliCHMONDCLIMAX FREE Sewing 30 DAYS TRIALright in your own home Sew on it Test it on all sorts of material olutelycthe most uptodate and at its low price the biggest bargain you ever mdemurn the machine us and we will refund all you have paid on it so that the trial will not cost you one cent bU1ltllulFreDchWhes you lid out how courealeat lilt Iaow when the nichine If dOd the dwers- an a tmilicj2r Ivtied tow wken rim rae IU the 1a1 tlltt aao- oaticallr I Ui iic ri7ci unlock aa4 the tell bow liit a touch un be taytorsi heat Latch batten release the hens J J to how fie sets cf Call Beitlno rrjte jKolthl tnaninc that tteaile will keep running 3 miuuiei looser than other machines how the Rotoscillo Moremeni makes It faster thia the fastest Rourr 2nd mper than the sltapest Round Bobbin Machine and how it has a score ol other Impnneoeau bIIctltLuman HigginsFur- niture Carpets Stoves Hotel Glyndon West Main Street THE FINEST= Assortment o- fVEHICLES E4 be found in Central Kentucky are now on display at OUt Factory on Water Street If you need a Buggy Carriage Wagon anything in this line it will be interesting to corn pare the quality and prices of our goods with those of other firms Lackey Colyer Water Street Richmond Ky WontStick County School Teachers don t Remain Long Enough What happens to the teachers in the public schools of Kentucky is a question that is being much talked of in the office of the Superintend ent of Public Instruction at Frankfort beingcalled forth by the revising of the mail ing lists of tlje department It is stated that less than 30 per cent of the teachers in the schools of this State re main two successive years in the samescliool and probab ly less than 50 per cent teach for two successive years In revising the mailing list it is found that more than two thirds of the names on the list are new ones Poor pay causes hundreds of them to seek other vocations There are about 10000 teachers in the State of this number only about 2500 teach two years in succession in the same school It is also shown that the larger number of changes are in the country schools The few teachers who stick to their jobs are in the city schools where uually the same teachers remain for year after year with a few changes On the list will be found many city teachers who have been in the same school for many years but in the country districts only a few veterans will be found Usually nearly all of the teachers of any school are changed every year One reason for this is matrimony The girls who teach in the school have a way of getting married and after they marry they stop teach ing It is said that a large percentage of the women teachers in the schools are married every summer after the close which necessitates new teachers Another reason is that in many instances one of the girls ofa family teaches one year and then rests while her sister works The work is divided perhaps among three girls each teaching one session only There are many young men too who teach while saving money to get a start in some profession and use the teaching merely as a fillet toa step forward The small pay is responsi ble to some extent for the constant changing in teachers as there is not much induce c t 4 3 ment to the young man to stay with the schools Some few of the teachers shift from one district to another and this changes the mailinglists even though the teachers do not actually quit their work The onstant changing of teachers is said to be a bad thing for the schools of the State and the department of education will try to devise some plan tojieep the teachers in their scho ls The depart ment heads admit the difficul ty of the task but are doing what they can to counteract the tendency to leave the teachers hairs WOOW Tfir Farm News g MMHWMMh AbneeMussinon of Paris bought last week the following crop lots of tobacco Abnee Mussinon have purchased nearly two million pounds of tobacco and will commence receiving their new purchases on Novembei 15 Jonas Weil bought of Ben Woodford of near Paris fifty head of export cattle and of W B Woodford fortyone head of export cattle all at six cents per pound The bunches will average about 1475 pounds Of John Wiggins 40000 pounds at 12 cents per pound of John A Lyle 15000 pounds at 12 12 cents of W J Cal vert 16000 pounds at 11 cents of William Ardery 25000 pounds at 10 cents of John Brophy 15033 pounds at 7 cents per pound The latter crop was in the hail zone that swept over a small strip of the country in August and was badly damaged W A Hatcher brought to town Saturday a wagon load of blue corn and it attracted much attention in town many declaring that it was the first of that kind that they had ever seen Mr Hatcher said that he had secured the seed for this from Sam Dudderar who had finally brought out the entire blue corn by care fulseed selection this proving again the contention of the advocates of scientific corn growing that seed selec Lion will prove the more im productJournal H c This is the- requisite chief for making PerfectBake 1 Foods Absolutely Pure bakingPowder GrapeCream made from grapes No Alum No Lime Phosphate There is little danger from a cold r from an attack of grip except when fo lowed by pneumonia and this nee happens when Chamberlains Coug Remedyis used This remedy has vro its groat reputation and extensive sal by its remarkable cures of colds an grip and can bo relied upon with in plicit confidence For sale by nil dca ers nlm Turkeys Will be Plentiful this Season In Kentucky An overproduction of turkeys No this isut the fantastical m of the mar ket reporter but the actual truth All over the south the turkey crop this year is larg er than it lias been for ages and that very necessary piece on the Thanksgiving dinner table will cost less than the cranberry sauce or the mincemeat for thepies At present turkeys are worth 12 cents a pound but the price will go to 15c before Thanksgiving However the low prices will prevail throughout the holiday season and will hardly go over 17 cents at the height of the season In the south the turkey crop is reported to be 25 percent greater than normal while in the northeast there is a 10 per cont scarcity The north and west report a normal tput Domestic turkeys or those rised in this end of the state are selling for 12 12 cents on fojt with more offered than bought Smoke Cuban Club lOc Cuban Star 5c A Tender Hearted Maid Once upon a time there lived a child of gentle mien and manners mild she was so tender and so kind she wept to see a window blind She feared it might give the win dow pain to leave it standing in the rain Her maiden aunty she would beg not to stone raisins beatan egg 01 from potatoes take the eyes Oh how this maid did agonize And when she saw hEr whipping cream with horror she would sob and scream The very thought of killing time appeared to her a dreadful crime and though to music she inclined to beat a measure seemed un kind To see the cowslip by the river with apprehension made her shiver tocut a pnge or turn it down would r cause a deprecating frown And when she saw them r shivering in the chill autumnI- I air she knitted stockings for Iithe trees because their limbs ofta1with anguish caused l the poor maid to die quite young The Widow Live Stock Efgures The Department Agriculture estimates the number of cattle in the wOtld at 430000 000 of which the United States has 70000000 being second of all countries The worlds number of sheep is 580000000 and we have 57000000 being third Australia has 88000000 As hog growers however we are first raising nearly 50000000 out of a total of less than 150000000 Iowa is our greatest pork State with 7000000 hogs big and little Illinois comes next with nearly 4000000 Missouri has nearly 3500000 while Ohio Indiana Texas Kansas and Nebraska each have between two and three million And hogs is hogs nowOf horses there are in ex istence 95000000 of which the United States has about 25000000 Of mules there are 7500000 of which we have onehalf The number of asses in the world is between 8000000 and 9000000 the United States has but few of the 4legged kind Curing Catarrh Acczpt Our Advice and Try this Remedy at Our Risk Catarrh is a disease of tho mucous membrane The mucous membrane is one may say the interior lining of the body Catarrh therefore may exist in any part of the system When the catarrhal poison attacks the mucous membrane inflammation and congestion are produced and nature fails to throw off the accumulated pohons The organ which has been alllicted ceases to perform its proper function as nature intended it should The result is complication upon com- pUtation which may lead to other even more serious afflictions AVo honestly bolievq Rcxall Mucu Tonic will do wonders toward over coming catarrh It is made from the prescription of an eminent physician who made a long study of catarrh and his great success with this remedy was an enviable one We want you if you are a sufferer from catarah in any form to give Roxall JlucuTonic a thorough trial Use it with regularity and persistency for a reasonable time then if you are not satisfied come back and tell us and without question or formality we will hand back to you every cent you paid us This is certainly the fairest offcr that any ono could make and should attest our sincerity of purpose It come in two sizes prices 50 cents and 100 Remboryou can obtain it only atTue Rexall Store IL L Perry Richmond Ey- E Daathorago will sell his fine Draft Perchcron stallion at public sale See i advertisement elsewhere n2t For pains in the side or chest dampen a piece of flannel with Chamberlains Liniment and bind it on over the scat of pain There is nothing better For sale by all dealers nlm Telephones Have Succeeded the Telegraph Along the L N Road The installation of tele phone equipment on both dis patchingand message circuits has just been completed on the Knoxville Division of the Louisville Nashville This railroad is one of those which has lately been supplanting the telegraph for the work of handling train movements substituting the telephone which because of its greater accuracy speed and safety has lately come into favor among railroad managers The new circuits in Tennessee and Kentucky have been in stalled as follows Between Knoxville Tenn and Corbin Kjr 105 miles dispatching circuit with 19 stations between LaFollette Tenn and Etowab Tenn 114 miles message circuit with 36 stations Theircuits connect with the Pine Mountain Olive Spring and Mays ville Branches These lines haye been equipped with the best grade of copper wire telephone and selectors furnished by the Western Electric Company Work trains and repair trains are to be equippedwith portable telephone sets which used in connection with special line poles will makeI it possible for the to get into immediate touch with either the dispatcher or the message operator The equipping of this division with telephone circuits has been done at an expense amounting to about 30000 Killed by Railroads Killed 3804 injured 82 374 This is the casualty record of the railroads in the United States during the year ended June 30 last ac cording to the Interztate Commerce Commission It is an increase of 1013 in the number killed and 18454 in the number injured over the previous years figures There were 5801 collisions killing 433 people and injuring 7765 and damaging rail road property 4020279 In the years 5910 derailments 540 persons were killed and 4184 were injured During the last three months of the year the total killed or injur ed was 20050 BRING YOUH 1cP i Ts I NearLADep 6r imer ROYALBaking TO TOBitCCO j VVARgHOUSECOc INCORPORATED IIvIoNb J Y Ricju KY 7it4 t jL AuctioSales JL DailyI IASQUAREDEALTOALIL tc ic J 3irUg r T V4 l u f tlewgr1 li r 7 CEIzieCM1IJion Y nThosJSnuth 0ff TJJGurtir 1i Marion coy rl J3H Vaught k Elmer Deatherage 0 t a p Section 4 it t 1 AN ALL AROUND ORDEAL When Papa Was Getting Ready to Atn tend a Banquet Papa was going to a banquet It was unusual for him to attend ban quets so unusual In fact that the children had boasted of it for a week to all who would hear Now It was the night of the ban quet and papa was getting ready anti the once quiet and orderly house was much upset Run on out said mamma and dont bother your father while hes dress- Ing Papa was shaving and at the same time committing a speech to memory In case he should be called upon for something impromptu The tiny trickles of blood down his chin showed where the speech was getting the better part of his atten tion On the bed lay a clean white shirt and across a chair hung papas dress clothes He hadnt worn tho dress clothes for two years and was considerably stouter now After awhile the children crouch lug Interestedly at the door heard en- tertaIning things Confound the shirt howled papa UI know I washed my hands but tbc neckbands all dirty Mammas voico scotched him- Through the keyhole the children saw papa struggle Into his coat The stiff shirt rose almost to his ears anti a high collar nearly sawed them off Doggone III walled papa Tho sleeves of this coat are a mile too shortThen his shoes hurt him he couldnt get his tie fixed right his handker chief was hopelessly massing and finally he stood miserably in the middle oC the floor Ills face was red the perspiration poured down his nose his thin hair stooUfup and he was about the most uncomfortable looking person the chil dren had ever seen Now then said mamma with a sigh youre fixed You have no idea dear how nice you look Oh yes papa snarled I look nice I dont think Then lIe found his hat and a light coat and stalked stiffly anti uncomfortably out The children hId- Ing behind the stair railing saw him departGee said the little boy when I get big I wont go to any dinners They can bring mine Youll have to said his sister wisely Men always have to go to din ners But they dress up funny dont they Galveston News- ALLIGATORS NESTS They Resemble Haystacks and Are Natural Incubators An alligators nest fa an Interesting thing said Alligator Joe Wild alll otlaand mold They are sort of natural incubators for the eggs which are laid from thirtyfive to eighty In a nest at one time are hatched out by the steam which comes up through the mud as much as by the sun Around the nest a pile of grass Is laid some times as high as six feet and from a distance resembles a stack of hay The mother gator has her den near by She makes it by burrowing Into a bank of soft mud and sometimes it Is seventy feet or more inland Tho only way to get her out of a den like that Is to take a long steel rod anti thrust it down the tunnel which Is al ways slanting When the gator feels the prodding she will come out to see what the trouble Is It takes alligator eggs two months and sIx days to hatch When the little ones come out the mother calls them together by a noise which Is something between a cluck and a grunt and they all scramble down from the nest to her den If It Is on the edge of a river the then is filled with minnows As the mother enters the den she swishes her tall around with terrific force killIng the smallest fish and when they float the little alligators nab them up A mother alligator will sometimes have four or five dens and she takes her brood from one to another repeat- Ing the swishing process In each one until the young ones have had a full meal Harriet Quimby In Leslies Toms Memory Before 1 went away I told Tom Just what I wanted him to do about tho house from day to day and to make It doubly sure I talked my orders Into our phonograph so he could play tho record each night and so remember And did he then forget I found everything In the houso about ruined He said he couldnt bear to play the phonograph In my absence it reminded him so of me and made him lonelyBoston Herald Not So Far Wrong Have you written all the Invitations to my party mamma queried littlo EvaYes dear nnswered her mother They are all written and mailed And how soon will the acceptlons and deceptions begin to come In Chicago News A Single Exception Do you think a memory for dates helps a man- Sometimes replied Fanner Corn tassel But not when he is selling spring chickens Washington Star Another Difference- I don t see any difference between you and a trained nurse except tho uniform said her sick husband And the salary she added thought fully Harpers Bazar Reckless haste Is the direct road to error I MAIL ORDE- RPIRATES They sail the high and low seas of commerce They pay millions a year for advertising Their iSrofit M millions Spike their guns with- lenerouaMivect in Hue your home paper Use the roafl orders own weaponVAPVE RAISING I I c f j c ii J 1 lky Alaisl x aai WeGivs h r Sofflethmg For 0 i Nothing S Having some odd sizes in beautiful Net and Silk Waists we have decided to run them out at a sacrifice If you buy a e 398 Waist 1 we will give you one worth 398 or any price you buy you will be given one at the same price Come early and get your choice for such bargains only come once in a life time OWEN McKEE DRY GOODS COMPANY The Richmond Climax rcsusgn mnr IT THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO Incorporated f A D MILLER EDITOR t Umber 1IIt PRESS iti r PUBtlSIERS FBICE 100 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE WEDNESDAY NOV 9 1911 ANOTHER big steal has been unearthed against Uncle Sam Federal indict ments charging conspiracy to defraud the Government out of more than 20000 ncres of Alaska coal lands valued at 200000000 wero returned by the Fed oeral Grand Jury Wednesday at Spokane Washington against six men who con trol three groups of coal lands in the Kayak mining district in Alaska Each group represents 131 claims of 160 acres each Those indicted are Raymond Brown and Wm Dunn of Spokane Charles Doughton formerly of Spokane t now of Seattle former Mayor Henry White of Seattle now living in Los An i geles Chas McKenzie of Seattle and Donald A McKenzie of Wash D C Seattle and Alaska All of this has been under the great Republican administration that wo have had to endure for sometime What a general houseclean ing there is going to be in this country soon as well as right here in Kentucky Is PRESIDENT LEBUS worth 10000 a year to the Burley Tobacco Society J That is a question that has never been answered to the satisfaction of the far mer Ho may be worth it but it looks mighty big to a poor man There is only one person that needs the pool and that is the grower who depends on his crops solely for a livelihood It matters not to the rich grower what the price k ho can live without it but the tenant is the man who suffers and this big salary preying on the mind of the poor man is cutting a big figure in the wrecking of the pools OSE by one the members of tho Society of Shakers are fast passing into the great beyond James Shelton aged 74 and a member of the Society in Mer cer county for the past 70 years is dead Within a few years the few remaining will have passed away as they are old now Mr Shelton being the youngest of the fev left Their presence will be sad ly missed and the great influence they yielded for the good of humanity will bvProbably never be felt in this state again f You never hear the Malison county farmer complaining about tho weath r Conditions They seem to bo the most contented lot on the face of the earth leadinglagriCUlturnl L THE Ropublicans are making desper 1to efforts to replenish the treasury Madison county has been flooded with auditors agents this fall eagerly scan ning tho records to secure evidence by wjiiasuits could be filed against prop erty Downers The big deficit is too Much against the administration and tIS making every effort to replenish fcy this means before next year iIT8 a shame to soc tho large number 04 fat cattle driven through the streets Itelsiist A feast the rich New Yorkers will have The English Lords will also Jsirtufy their gluttonous appetite and even Germany and France will get a slice from the sides of these fat cattle f Miss CORA NAXCE of Newport the wkk awake young woman that argued IMC own case before the Kentucky Court andtbettor plea than many law iw o this day and time It Issaid she I Tthe manner by which her attor were conducting the case and fired county is the oldest in the jl d still retains the oldest court It v TM people have been trying to MM for many years but ther- et8iaj aqiifh aioua 1 builders te not lM pljin It is said to be tot ter V9m kiwgg been erected almost a ap jJIeaPov itjIisrth iIIAreelected tttKtrwr tIsa GOVJfJOfSaNoOOHRAIHI owkig yur Dl fif ftU iI nit gUes1ty- kMwb bUt pdjslleoMas ate w e t tMa St ttai wltS ii Md want or urtitixTtkiia u c PERSONALS Mrs Elmer Qeatherage is visiting Lexington relatives Mrs J V Logan Jr of Somerset is visiting relatives here Mr Creed Gott has been quite ill at his home on North street The Cecilian Club will meet this after noon with Mrs Harvey Chenault Mrs Tomas Williams of Irvine was a guest of Mrs Kit Park last week Mr Bill Simpson Rico of Estill coun ty was a visitor in this city Monday Mr William Witt and son Hugh of Rice Station were in town Monday Mrs Mary Lackeye of Lancaster is here the guest of Mrs James Caperton Mr James Donney of Garrard was here Monday with his son Mr Alex Ethel Rugg of Cincinnati is the guest of her grandmother Mrs Lizzie James Smith has been in Lexing ton visitin her daughter Mrs Newton Ethel Carr has returned to her home in Lexington after a visit to Mrs P M Pope Mrs D B Shackelford and daughter Callie Miller are in Cincinnati this week shoppingMiss Walton has been called to the bedside of Mrs Malcolm Murry of Bell county Drs C H Taught and C E Smoot motored to Lancaster Tuesday and spent the day with Dr Kinnaird Mr and Mrs P B Broaddus have returned from a visit to Dr A F Simmons and family in Newport Miss Eliza Harris of Mt Sterling will come to morrow for a visit to Mrs Dan Chenault on Lancaster avenue Mr Roy McCray of North Middleton a prominent young farmer of Bourbon is the guest of Mr Wm E Luxon Miss Lettie Mae McRoberts of Lancaster will arrive Friday to be the guest of Dr and Mrs C H Taught Mr Jesse Cobb has rented the residence of Mrs J Speed Smith for 1011 and will move the first of the year Mrs Gilbert Grinstcad and daughter Dorothy of Somerset are here fora visit to her parents Mr and Mrs Lyman ParrishMrs Sim Hamilton of Wisemantown is spending the week with her daughter Mrs Harry Scrivener on North Second streetMrs Elmer Deatherage and children and Mrs C E Douglas and baby spent tho weekend with Mrs Jeptha Haggard in Clark county Miss Tommie Cole Covington who is attending college in Lexington spent Saturday and Sunday with her parents Mr and Mrs T T Covington Mr Clyde Treadway Hart right hand man of the Winchester News was in Richmond Saturday and Sunday with his parents Mr and Mrs T H Hart Mr and Mrs C W Cobb of Piggott Ark are visiting his parents Mr and Mrs Harvey Cobb near Red House Mrs Harvey Cobb has been quite sick Mr and Mrs Frank Chenault Mr and Mrs Leslie McCormick aqd Mrs Bell Judy of Mt Sterling were the guests last week of Mr and Mrs J W Arnold Mrs J C George and daughter Miss Janic have returned from Louisville where Mrs George took a three weeks treatment at St Joseph Infirmary for nervousness Cot John Wagers better known to his friends as Daddy is able to be out after a severe spell of rheumatism He says he just couldnt stayjn doors this Bus fall wither Mrs Waller Bennett has issued in vitations for a reception on next Fri day afternoon at her home from three to five in honor of Mrs Evan McChord and Mrs Paul Collins mersetRoad buyerfromat the court day offerings Revenue Collector Wm Atkinson went to Paintsvllle Monday where he Langbyyoung republicans of the state Mr A W SchoelSeldfef Cincinnati Intereal1jof was formerly in business IB Rtehraoad A letter to friends here f em Mr Paul Griggs who went to Ttow eari New Mexico some time age for Sis health says that he k rapidly recovering having gained nearly twentyfive pwnads siaoe reaching that climate Edward C ORear and wife of FrHktort announce the ooKHgement of their daughter IIi Helen to Knsiga JUehMd CMwtil SRLsr TJLI N The groomtobe W a onof MM toU J 1oSintlet e issfec sri Wsflsr Bistt will r iiM ii M SnSSS ea in IMMT of Mrs Bvin 6 MeCord Mid Mn PdtCoIofsetUW h iaiton EditorL tu Sewers of tho Valley View Argent was in tkeoity Monday Oft b sC- ot AmbroseWagers the big hose at the Union Stock Yards Cincinnati eaauenofflelo vote He sa democrat that never lets business affairs interfere with his voting no difference how far away from home Mrs Hanley Nippert of Cincinnati came Sunday to spend the week with Mr and Mrs J DDlCesShe will return to her home Friday accompanied by her little daughter Margaret Lackey who has been with her grandparents for several weeks Dr C C Hooker of Oklahoma City is here on a visit to old friends The doctor formerly resided here where he practiced his profession as a veterinary surgeon Since locating in Oklahoma he has built up a big practice and says ho is well satisfied with the new place Rev J W Crates the new pastor of the Centenary Methodist Church South and wife were given a donation party at the parsonage Friday evening and wore the recipients of quite a number of substantial gifts Rev Crates is a most consecrated man and is making a fine impression with his peopleNich olasville News Miss Katie Lee Denny and brother Mr Sam Denny gave a delightful and uniqle social function a Halloween party in the woods in honor of Miss Lettie Mc Roberts and her visitor quite a number of society people went out from town and the pleasures and pastimes of Halloween were most delightfully enjoyed in the openLancaster Record The wedding of Miss Mary Ellen Pieratt and Mr Holman S Todd is an event of November twenty third The nuptials will take place at the Pond church on the Barnes Mill pike Wednesday afternoon the twenty third at three oclock The bride is a daughter of Mr and Mrs Henry F Pieratt and is a very popular young lady in the section where residesMr Mrs R L Potts of Whites Station entertained yesterday with an elegant family dining in honor of the twentyfifth anniversary of their marriage Mrs Potts was formerly Miss Jennie Todd a daughter of Mr and Mrs James Toddof this city Mr Potts is one of Madison countys bnst known citizens and is proprietor of the Potts Flour Mills at White Station Yesterdays reunion and celebration was a charming event and will be long remembered by all present Mr and Mrs Potts were assisted in entertaining by their daughters Misses Virginia and Edith Potts They were the recipients- of many beautiful gifts in silver and they have hosts of friends who wish for them another twenty five years and more of as happy life as they have just passedMrs D ll Shackelford chaperoning her two daughters Misses Callie Miller and Mary Bates with Misses Madge Bur nam and Julia and Mary Katherine White composed a party that walked to Berea last Saturday a distance of seven teen miles and they made the trip in remarkably fast time They intended returning on the afternoon accommoda tion train which leaves Berea about 125 but the many interesting sights of this beautiful little capital of Southern Mad ison caused them to linger too long sightseeing and they missed their train Through the kindness of Superintendent Anderson at Paris the fast train was stopped which arrived here shortly after five oclock They spoke very highly of the new hotel which is being run in the interest of Berea College and its accommodating manager who showed them many courtesies The party had lunch at tho homo of Mrs Harry Morgan about four miles this side of Berea The Young Ladies MSsionary Circle of the Christian church will hold a Food Sale at the store of Douglas Deatherage Simmons on Wednesday November 23 Hot chocolatehot coffee and sand wiches will be served and all kinds of eatables will be offered for sale Desks Here The last consignment of desks for the High School building have arrJved and will be installed at once Tho black boards are on the way and are expected everyday With these here the equip ments for tile handsome Caldwell High School will have a1 been in Lost Dog Judge John Chenault has lost his fine bird dog and is uneasy for fear it will not be founa before tho hunting season is over He is not afraid of its being stolen but thinks whoever has it will likely keep it until after the season closes He has offered a reward for quick return aI To Blantona The contract for furnishing the coal to the State Normal School from now until next July was awarded to the firm of IJlt Blanton Saturday The amount Jill be about twenty five car loads The contract was let to the lowest bidder only local firm competing Normal Lost In a fiercely contested game of foot ball the Normal school lost to the Pleasureville team last Saturday on the latters grounds the score of 5 to 0 The game should have ended without either side scoring The Pleasurevillo team made their only score on a fluke which was caused bya misjudged signal on the part of the Normal boys After that the local team played an excellent game against big oddsbeing outweighed about twenty pounds to the man Hubble Senator Took Rubble of Lincoln county was a prominent visitor here poUtiClanman arid deals heavily in mules When the rush of elections are over he dons the old clothes and gets out on the farm btit always keeps in touch with political moves In which he Js interested no matter how far he is away from the seat of war Ills home is near Hubble Lincoln eowity equal distance from Danville Staaferd Lancaster and June tiosi City Col Lillard Hnored Col Eo W Lillard of Danville has heM offered the position ef private see retary to Senator Bwdiejr MM Mac cefrted he offer 11 carries with itasalary ot about W000 pt year Co Lillard k stiunoU int but OB aoeouatof personal feeling toward Gey eokM8IerefuHdtOsIiPltht for the MMtoMhin and cast the deciding yete for Governor Bradley cot Lillard has been in the state pant for many yean asaMajor and Lteut OBtowel and otIhilk awoeg UleUp uattl a dtsgg1stDinvilkf artfeatfftjr to Mflaff io fjjMfr ink ESikisiess Jf ic Modern The fcaadeeiM new flat recently erect ed on Second street by Charles Deagtes and George Bimmons and the oNce rooms OR th second floor of the build log are both a big addition to Rich mond The apartments in the fiats have all been taken and but few oNce rooms are left so eager Is the desire ef several to locate here The office rooms are now ready for occupancy and are furnished with water light and heat and janitor service Offices Moved Hon 14D Henington and JJGreenleaf who have been occupying the same offices on Main street for sometime have moved to the new Douglas Simmons building on Second street and have fitted up one of the handsomest suite of rooms in the city They have also formed a law partnership which will no doubt be productive of an extensive practice in all the courts as both are eminently versed in knowledge of the civil law especially Old Gun Mr R H McKinney is showing an old gun in his display window on Second street that is perhaps the oldest of its kind in this county It is a muzzle loading double barrel gun with forty one inch barrels It was made by J Manton one of the most noted of fine English gunmakers in days gone by It has been in the McKinney family for over half a century being a favoritegun with which his father brought down many a deer wild turkey and squirrel Woods ExMayor Clarence Woods was called to Lawrenceburg last Saturday on the death of his nephew Joseph Bond Woods whose demise occured last Fri day at the home of his parents in that city Young Woods had been a sufferer from the dreaded White Plague for sometime and his death was not unex pected although a shock to many friends among whom he was a popular young man He was a son of W C Woods and was in his twenty seventh year Funeral and interment took place Saturday Court Day The November court day crowd was a large one fully up to the usual attend ance but very little stock was on the streets Hardly a first class mule was offered for sale and the price on these were held by the owners so high that trading was out of tho question Robt Bodkin sold to 0 H Chenault a fine looking mule colt for 100 At the stack yards about 3000 cattle were offered and the prevailing prico was 5 cents with many buyers in fact there were very few left the bulk being sold by noon Monday Buyers for slop feeders wero here from Indiana and parts of Kentucky Heifers brought from 3 14 to 3 12 There were a few sheep and hogs offered An unusually lot of old cows and oxen were offered with few buyers fSchool Newsit Items ol Interest from Nolaads Ofllce ant Sati+ County la General H++ 4 ++High schools have been established under the new law which requires that a high school be established in each county in the State in all but fifteen counties in the State and steps will bo taken at once by the Department of Education to have these counties con vert some school that they now have in to a high school This information was given out by Thomas W Vinson assistant superintendent of public instruction with some statistics regard ing schools under the new law The report shows that county high schools are flourishing and that they are being placed on a higher plane than ever known in the State before Tho fol lowing are the statistics of high schoolsNumber ot ounty high schools approved 110 number of high schools es tablished but not approved 31 number of counties which have established high schools 103 number of first class high schools approved 09 number of second class high schools approved 5 number of third class high schools approved 0 number of schools with the classical course 51 number of schools with tho scientific course 31 nnmber of schools with the English course 31 number of schools with tho modern language course 2 number of schools with the commercial course 1 The counties which have not established high schools according to law are as follows Carter Cumberland Edmonson Floyd Garrard Jackson Knox Lee Leslie Owsley Rowan Russell Taylor Trigg Wayne Madison was one of the first counties in the state to comply with the law by establishing her county High School at the Caldwell High School Country sorghum the best ever just received at Sewell McKinneys 2t Big Ones Mrs C H Maupin who resides on Muddy Creek about five miles from Richmond has harvested a wonderful crop of sweet potatoes She brought to the Climax office yesterday several sam ples thatweighed from 1 12 to three lbs Land Transfers The following land transfers in the county have been recorded the past week Clay Maupin to James Martin 6 acres near Whites Station for 210 Andrew Carpenter to Frank Croley plot of ground for 40 and W C Croley to Frank Croley plot of ground for sea Annie Wyatt to M E March 90 acres for MOO Tevis Rayburn to Belle D Harris 205 acres 7412 Abs Powell to- IL C Morton 40 acres for M00 A L Gott to Henrietta Thorpe 109 acres for 9000 Henrietta Thorpe to M F Raybarn 108 acres for 99000 Arthur Harris to Fount Winkler 17 acres for 190 John Miracle to Cornelius Miracle M acres for 19M Jsaae Crake to Edgar Crane 00 acres for MOO Levi HenslyandoihersUiJee Gatliff 40 acres for 400Eliiiabeth Ann Cox to Charles BentoB3 acres for 19f Lookout There promises to be a whoteeaie batch of suite lied in the Madison TwMljrOwrt before the seofthiweek by Auditors ageotMP Reborn of Lexington who seeks to collect back taxes from property owners of this county Agent Reborn was represented here all last week by AMorney1 G B Qilflllen who made a tfcoroogh investi gation of Uie records In tba County Plerks ofHc from whine Iii secure evidence He claims Ihet art thou audc of dollars worth of property och Sf which to in lm twtea Ouwhiohie hai been no taxw paid Attorney j14nea will tOaftow ks aI1Ms n Hargis Henchmeaf Are Fast Bekii KiUd in Breathitt by Assassin Route Hargis men are being killed at the rate of one a week in Braathitt county according to a well known citizen of Oroathitt who was in Frankfort last week but who did not want his name used He says that on quicksand Creek in Breathitt there have been four men killed during the last few weeks and all of them wereknown as Hargis men He says the killing of John Abner was simply an outcropping of the old feud and that the only reason for killing Abner was because he was friendly to Ed Callahan and the late James Hargis As to the killing of Matt Craw ford who was also known as a Hargis man it was stated that the feud had nothing to do with this affair it grow ing out of tho whisky cases in Breath itt This citizen of Breathitt whohas kept out of the troubles in his home county taking neither side of the ques tion says that it is certainly more than a coincidence that all the men killed in Breathitt county during the last year have been Hargis men who were friends of the former Judge when he was alive and who are now friendly to Callahan He states too that the killing of men in Breathitt has not stopped and that there are just as many killings now as there ever were even when James Hargis was aliveMany of the killings in Breathitt the visitor stated are not reported in the daily papers and for that reason not as much is heard of conditions in Breathitt as was heard when the fight was being made on Hargis and his followers Most of the men slain he says are not of prominence and for that reason not much attention Is paid to the killing outside of Breathitt county The vis itor from Breathitt tells some ot the in side story of some of the killings and makes it appear that Breathitt is worse now than it ever was before With life less safe there J J Greenleaf and L B Herrington announce that they have formed a partnership for the practice of law under the name qf Greenleaf Herrington and have established Law Offices in the pew Douglas Simmons Building- S cond street Richmond Ky and will accept joint employment in cases in all the State z Federal Courts for Kentucky Railway Surgeon The Bimonthly edition of the Rail way Surgeon the only publication of its kind in the South will shortly be issued from the Press of tho Climax Printing Co It will be in the nature of a holiday number although issued a bit earlier than usual but will be replete with excellent reading for those interested Since it was launched on the sea of journalism a little over a year ago it has enjoyed a steady growth until now it is read by every Railway Surgeon in Kentucky and Tennessee and practical ly throughout the South Dr C If Vaught of this city who conceived the idea of the great need for such a journal has edited and managed it since its beginning and through his untiring efforts it was brought to the high position it now occupies in the journalistic world Dr Marshall Will Offer Caustic Resolution In TemperanceReport at Cynthiana Dr C C Marshall pastor of the Rich mond Baptis church will urge a very drastic movement among the Temper ance people of the state in his report on Temperance which will be read aithe General Association of Baptists of tho state at the annual meeting to be held in Cynthiana next week beginning the lath Dr Marshall in the resolutions will recommend that no signer to a petition in regard to a vote on the liquor question bo accepted as legal who is not a property owner This will no doubt be met with some opposition but surely it will be very small and the Association will very likely go on record as un animously adopting this movement Dr Marshall will also recommend in the resolution that a more united effort be made to secure temperance men for the legislature by beginning work on the candidates in the primaries and ascer taining just who can be counted on Those who will attend from here are expecting a profitable as well as enjoyable meeting The Baptist Educational Society will also convene there next week holding its sessions on Monday the 15th Mrs Marshall will represent the Womans Missionary Society of the church The character of the society provides that the annual meetings of the society shall be held in connection with the annual meetings of the General Association of Baptists in Kentucky un less otherwise ordered The General Association convenes on Wednesday Nov 10 At this meeting will bo elected a president three vIce presidents a corresponding secretary a recording secretary and treasurer Also there will be elected three members of the board of directors whose terms ex pire The meeting will be one of the most Important ever held The first great task of gathering money and obli gations to enable the society to acquire the Gatliff lands hRS been accomplished and the collection of these obligations is BOW going one Sometime ago Dr Gatliff a wealthy capitalist of Williamsburg donated to the Educational run of the Baptist churththensand of acres of rick moun Lain Jaad provided the church rake equal amount Read advertisement of E Deatherage in todays Climax He will sell a lot of nice stock on Nov fith n2t Bad Losses With the approach othe open season for qn rabbits pheasants and ether mall fame te Kentucky a capable bird dog Is the most valuable thing buttovt- ypr4MRiiHMlt hunters of this city wjll be sorely deprived of a great deal of pleasure through the loss of ftna deges Mr A pMJHr received word 1s ek1f- rom RioWteW North Caroline that a- very fine patater dog whien to was having trained by an expert there had died s suddenly The dog had finished the Ooun oC training and WM ready for the field this falL It means a low of about tidO Mr Martin Gentry bad one of his fine setter dots pcJMmM lat week Td the animal dM in ranch agony He to nfl enthusiastic hunter and tho Ie of tbiiom although h has another TjpmUy mu bi sptrtln tbt fltM iiSiU1srh c I r h ffI Son Slain At Hands of Father Who is Wounded at Hands of the Boy The little hamlet of Brassfield was the scene of a most deplorable tragedy which took place Tuesday morning about seven oclock As the result Lewis Bates aged eighteen years is dead hav ingbeea shet down by hb father John Bates All parties are colored The elder Bates has an ugly wound in the head made from hatchet in the hands of the boy and one or two bullet holes through his clothes A family quarrel is responsibleThe attitude of the father toward other members of the family angered the boy and he took the elder Bates to task for his conduct In the quarrel the youn mon drew a gun and shot twice at the father but both bul lets missed He then grabbed a hatchet and started afterthe old man inflicting bad wound in the head John Bates grabbed a load e4shctgun and turned it on the boy the entireload taking effect in his body kill ing him almost instantly Constable Sam Baker was on tho scene shortly and placed the elder Bates under arrest and telephoned the authorities here The family have been residing at Brassfield several years and the father is known as law abiding in that community Neither father nor son have ever been known to those outside tile family to engage in any heated quarrel It is said by neigh bors that Bates and his wife had quarreled on several occasions which was the cause of the trouble Lost Dog Lost on Irvine pike Saturday a large black and white bird dog with small red spots over body Return to Joe Chenault Richmond Ky Notice The men and women who are mem bers of the Equal Rights Association are requested to meet at the residence of Mrs James Bennett on Main street on Saturday Nov 12th at 2 oclock p m to elect delegates to the annual State convention of the Association which is held November 15th and 10th at Covington Kentucky Going Some The Climax is printing eight pages this week made necessary by a big demand for advertising space Merchants realize the great importance of having their advertisment in The Climax On account of its exclusive news columns full of live local matter it is sought by every resident of tho county Its one dollar a year can you afford to do without it Real Estate The following real estate deals have been recorded in the County Clerks office since last Tuesday S P Centers and others to Jno W Blanton a lot in Richmond for 225 Artcs Winkler to E V Wyssbrod 4 lots in Panola for 400 Thurmond Hamilton to H L Perry lot in Richmond for 81000 J W Densmore and others to John E Calico Uyo lots in Berea for 3550 and S75 Marriages John L Gay of Berea and Miss Nora Burdette of the same place were grant ed marriage license the first of the week They will be married tomorrow in that city Both are well known John Tusseyof Round Hilltho noted blacksmith and MissMaryGriggs of Ruthton were granted license It is the third marriage of the groom and the second for the bride Judge Shackelford per formed tho ceremony Prominent Buyers Ono of the first big buyers to locate hero for the American Tobacco Co as its agent is J S Thomas who comes from Williamston N C He will be on tho local brakes throughout the season The Williamston N 0 Enterprisaays Mr J M Thomas the clever buyer for the American Tobacco Company leaves our market for Richmond Ky where wo understand he will buy tobacco for the same company Mr Thomas has been on our market for the last three seasons and while hero has merited the confidence and esteem of all tobacco people The farmer has no better friend in any buyer and so he is universally liked by the tobacco farmers The ware- housemen also speak of him in the highest termsnot only as a tobacco man but as hightoned Christian gentleman We presume that his company properly cstimatesliis worth as they are promot ing him to a very largo market A healthy man is a king in his own right an unhealthy man is an unhappy slave Burdock Blood Bitters bnilds tip sound healthkeeps you well Educators on Trip The Superintendents of Public Instruction of all the Southern States will make a trip next week through some of the Northern States and Canada to visit the schools and other Educational In stitutions On this trip aH the expenses are paid by State Educational Boards They will assemble on next Sunday at the Claypool hotel Indianapolis From there they go to Crawfordsville Indj thence to Lafayette Ind to Guelph Canada Kinsmen Ohio and into Maryland From Baltimore they go by steamer to Hampton Va to visit the institute there where they disband Superintendent Regeustein of Kentucky being una blo to attend has chosen Supt Coates of this city to make the trip as ills official LRUveTheRich mondJJoardofEduationkas granted Supt Cantos leave to make the trfp He will view all the schools is the above places with an eye to the improvement of the leeal CHy Schools During his absence Pr f E T Kelley will be in charge of the schools I Boost It i IH another part M Mea settee K printed ealHuff attention to the is portant seettag eC the stockholders of the Richmond VaM Ball Clab whk Nhal41s DM Klks RMWM m nct Monday eveniag The people of Riots mend have for UNS pa t three years en joyed a pod ball t au through thecum mar and hvj made the port soh that ta tnrnm haw bewr UM meat enjay w of any sumMar pwth had here m ytarc BTerytbioj points to jtsamneact year but It to going to take plenty of enihusiimand help from ey ry MM who to interai d in the county M Wen MUuIcltrhbas bm a gm aU in ejectIng plenty of life into the t mu nity during Uw iong summer tors wit the luiffu promiiM to furnish se en citingimes next season Keep up with the implt of the meeting and if yen aea help sDy dont wait u to be asked COM 1sei Md 0 tM missist41 Jt8rj 0 L Cubans Blew up the Maine to Bring Vvar Between Spain and United States Lecturing at St Georges church Kansas City last Wednesday evening Col Jasper Ewing Brady one of the four officers sent by the government to Investigate the destruction of the battle able Maine in Havana harbor Febru ary 14 1808 declared the mine which destroyed the battleship was placed by the Cubans in order to bring war with Spain and the deliverance of Cuba He further asserted that the information had been sent to the President and tile Secretary of war When I went to investigate the dIs- aster with three other officers Col Brady said there were three theories concerning the origin of the disaster that the explosion was caused from the outside by agents of Spain that it was caused from the inside and that the Maine was anchored over a mine pre pared by the CubansiWe were dent and Secretary of War that the last theory was the most consistent with the facts This leads to the conclusion that the Maine was blown up by the Cubans in order to bring on war with Spain and the deliverance of Cuba Continuing he said 4Now I will tell you for the first time the name of the man who blew up the Maine He is or was Jose Zavaldo He was electrician at Morro Castle It was he who threw the switch which set off the powerful mine that destroyed that ship and sent 207 lives into eternity in bythearmyinWarhadU Well Im sure I dont know Colonel Brady is a brother of the Rev Cyrus Townsend Brady the au thor who is a pastor of St Georges church where the lecture was delivered Notice All persons having claims against the estate of the late T S Ballard are hereby notified to present same to either of the undersigned properly proven on or before December 10th 1910 or same will be forever barred GA Ballard v Executors WO Anderson I Can 1 Save You Monev on Magazines I have received my clubing prices for November and it will pay you to con Magazineformoney Why Because my prices are cheaper and I save you trouble and worry I see that you receive every copy of the Magazine you order from me and guarantee my service to you Dont wait until it is to late but seo me at your earliest convenience or telephone 101 Thomas C Turpin Agt Hamptons The MarketsThe following quotations are furnished by Mr Stone Norman the leading Com mission merchant in this section Main street Richmond Ky Highest cash prices for all country produce Mr Norman quotes today on the following Eggs 25 cts Large springers 7II Small sprlngers10Hens 7 12 II Dux full feathored8II Roosters5Turkeys over 8 Ibs1312 Feathers 35 Beef Hides7 12 Tallow5Beeswax25 Ginseng i 8500 No Reason For Doubt A Statement of Facts Backed by a Strong Guarantee We guarantee complete relief to all sufferers from constipation In every case where we fail we will supply the medicine free tRexall Orderlies aro a gentle effective dependable and safe bowel regulator strengthener and tonic They reestablish natures functions tin- a quiet easy They do not cause any inconvenience griping or nausea They are so pleasant to take and work so easily that they may be taken by any one at any time They thoroughly healthyIuse of children old folks and delicate persons We can not too highly recommend them to all sufferers from any form of constipation and its attendant evils Two sizes lOc and 25c Remember you can obtain Rexall Remedies in this community only at our storeThe Rexall Store H L Perry Richmond Ky Big Sale Of Tobacco in Western Ken tucky is Made Last Week at Owemboro One oftbe largesttobacco deals ever consummated in Western Kentucky was closed last Wednesday in Owensboro when the Green River Tobacco Growers Association disposed of practically 30 000000 pounds of dark tobacco ranging in price from W to 90 for leaf and lugs and 83 for all trash The purchase will amount to about 81275500 A meeting has been called of the growers for November 12i1t which time the action ol the Board of Control will be ratified or rejected If it is ratified the deliveries will begin on November 15The Board of Control is of the opinion that the price this year Is an improvement over last years figure The pur chasers are the American Tobacco Com pany Imperial Tobacco Company James Hodge Richard OFlynn 8 T Burns and the Gallagher Limited The American Tobacco Company is the largest purchaser It is to receive nearly 10000000 pounds Daviess county is credited with having 10000000 pounds pledged in tho pool Ohio County 2000000 pounds McLean County 4500000 pounds Hancock County 250000 pounds The Daviees County Burley Growers Association also closed a deal with the American Tobacco Company for thesale of 2000000 pounds of burley at a price of 814 for leaf and lugs and 87 for trash The district meeting of the American Society of Equity was in session behind closed doors in Owensboro last Wednesday The Equity Society some time ago fixed the top price for leaf at 810 but it is thought that a meeting of growers will be called at an early date and they will recede from the former action The Home Warehouse Company of Daviess County and the American Society of Equity control 9000000 pounds of tobacco and it is believed they will close a deal within the next few days Missing Where are the pumpkins that are to be used for those delicious pies this winter The supply seems to be short in Madison or else the farmers are not desirous Qf bringing them into the local markets Two spring wagon loads are all that could be counted in town up to date Hog Raisers Are your hogs worth 5 cents per head We guarantee Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedyt- o keep hogs healthy and free from disease for 5 cents per head per month It cures Cholera kills Worms Stimulates the Appetite aids Digestion and causes hogs to fatten very rapidly This remedy is used and endorsed by leading hog raisers throughout the country Come in and let us tell you about it Perrys Drug Store 2t as to Thanksgiving poultry Instead of boosting the price because everybody wantsTurkeys Chickens Ducks Etc we bought in big quanties and can sell at big quantity prices Come and select your bird We guarantee youll say later that never had sweeter or tenderer poultry passed your lips PaperWindow Shades l J i L GREENLEAF Ie HEMHWGTOW Lawyers ONce in Douglas Simmons new Building on Second Street opp Court House All Kinds of Good CoalBlack Coal Round Coal Large Coal Hot Coal Coal that makes no clinkers and but little ash Thats the kind you want ana the kind we want to sell you Why buy poor clinkering slow burning coal when you can get the best such as REXRed Ash Jellico and Kensee Jellico Ask about them Try them and you have then been notified that we sell them and theres no better Satis faction guaranteed VI ILL 0 UGH Hy1 SON Coal Hay Corn Oats Straw and Shingles ASPEN AVENUE Phone 184 FarmFor ON Thursday Dec 1 JO at 10 oclock a m I will sell to the highest and best bidder 65 acres of land lying on the Barnes Mill and Schooler turnpike and known as the old Gentry farm This land is well fenced and has good well and ever lasting running water On this land are two tenant houses and one barn about 40 acres is in grass and will grow hemp and tobacco Anyone desiring to look over the place call on the under signed Terms made known on day of sale D W Jackson Cottonburg Ky We Reserve the Process C CCULTON 7t Successor to Douglas t Culton 231 WEST MAIN STREET TELEPHONE 12 WINDOW lASS and Putty i all sizes prices always the 1ow st We Put in ilass WILLOINGPaiils OilsV ciiires amtlY 213 West Main Street Moors Air Tight Stoveshold fire longer with less coal than a1Ask otherSthose who OWn tIJ JnFor e bY CQjfl133l y 0 Eighty Today or Iu Section 37th YEAR 7 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 9 19i 0 NUMBER 23 WALL PAPER I Best of Feed for the Horse 1- f Burnside TtlE RICHMOND CLIMAX t t r 7 u K a1 a 4 C lr to up date an of you expect so much as to strength speed is surely in order See that his is as asyours by buying his grain oats corn etc from Robinson i tCoal Lime Salt Cement Sand and Plaster rsIMaterialRPHONE Let The Climax Do Your Job Printing Tm Convinced You Give Every Man aSquare Deal iafitj The compliment was paid us bya satisfied customer hence dont you belle e there must be others of the same opinion Tin town of less than four hundred peo pIe with fierce competion on all sides we p have in eight years built up Banking busi overr12500000 Resources I T Peoples hi of taint Uok Ky E L Woods Pres W Fish VPres W G Kemper O N Terrill Asst Cashier The Right Way get good work is- o buy your paper from an to lneand get tiplodate paper hanger vhom and table good above Cashier Hard On Kentucky When the steamship Minnewaska left Now Yorkiiarbor last Saturdayshe- carried as a of her cargo about soventyfivethorou hbred horses the property of two millionaires Jams B Ilnggin and Clarence McKay Theso horses havo always been at Lexington at tho breeding establishments of these noted men but now they must go as their owners aro discouraged at turf conditions in this country Besides Kentucky Madison county must suffer to some extent on this account It Is appalling to think of tho rapid depopulation of the great thorough bred breeding farms in Kentucky and tho wreck that has been mado of the industry by untoward legislation in Now York attributable in greatest measure to former Governor Charles E Hughes During the past three years thoroughbreds oCaIi ages and sexes have been soldin mauy instances practically given away out of Kentucky by the hundreds until now a mere hand ful remain Tho cream of these have gone abroad to Franco Germany Bel glum and tho Argentine Republic und across the border into Canada while many of the mediocre ones have been shipped to Mexico Chile Peru Japan and far away Australia The others oven cheaper have been scattered over tho firms of tho West and the planta tions of tho South to become general purpose animals and mule mothers Lam pleased to recommend Cham berlains Cough Remedy as tho bes thing I know of And safest remedy fc r coughs colds and bronchial trouble writes Mrs L B Arnold of Denver Colo We have used itjepcatedly and it has never failed to give relief For sale by all dealers nlm Plenty of Coal Judge John Chcnault was in Rock castle county Monday where be went to look after his interests in tho Big Bill Coal mines These mines are putting a large amount of tho product on the market and the quality makes it a ready seller There will be some changes in this firm to take effect within a few days Mr Jones who has been General Manager has been succeeded by Mr L A O Gabany and tho goneral offices will bo moved to Richmond where tho Ida May Coal Companys offices have been located for sometime Mr W T Vaughan will still remain in chargo of the local yards The Big Hill Coal Company operates tho Ida May JohnoUa and Blanch mines and all aro big producers now and late develop moats show an inexhaustible supply of coal P4on 412 Wa P BAXTER YOU ARE READING THIS AD OTHERS WILL READ YOURS MOST everybody reads the Theyfarniehman in town and on the farm as the personals and often more Cj Peter Smiths wife wants a new hat Smith sees by the paper that Jones Is sell ing hats at so much John sons store ad is missing from the paper Johnsons trying a nonadvertising policy RESULT Joires gets Smiths moneySmiths wife gets her hat boyy WNUJ Brassfield News reached hero Friday of the death of Mrs Samuel Hartsoak near Sturgeon Ky who was formerly a resident of Madison county Sho has many friends and relatives hero who are deeply grieved oer her loss Mr William Taylor of Berea visited friends and relatives hero last week Mrs Bristol Taylor is the guest of her sistorinlaw Mrs Ebon Handy of BereaA supper will bo given at Roil Hill scnoolhouse by Miss Bertha Bronston Saturday night October 50th Green Hill school isprogressing nice ly with Mrs Orven Yates as teacher Mrs Jason Stivers visited her parents Mr and Mrs J E Butler last week Messrs W X andN T Thorpe were the guests of Mr and Mrs S M Cornelison Sunday Protracted meeting is in session at Vinoy Fork church ut Speedwell con ducted by Row Campbell and Duke Miss Sue Hamilton of Estill was Mio guest or Miss Georgia Walton Sun day The ladies of the Baptist Church will hold their Bazaar at the Masonic Temple on Saturday Dec 10 Lunch will be served at noon nOt For Sale Few thousand second hand brick- J D King Son tf 210 Moberly avenue Just Loves It JWe couldnt live without The Climax said a well known resident of the county yesterday and each moms ber of the family anxiously awaits its coming It you have a neighbor that borrows yourpapcr send his name foj us or bring it in ho surely doesnt realize what ho is missing Doing Well A letter from Tbrrington Wyoming to The Climax from an old Madison county res d n R W Colyer says ho is doing well in his adopted homo In thee far west Mr Colyer would return to Kentucky if ho couldnt got The Climax AS it is like being at homo for a day when its newsy columns give him the doings of friends and relatives in Madison Warm Month According to the weather prognostica tors November is to bo an unusually warm month with several warm rains This will continuo until about the twentieth when a cold wave will come but not so chilly as to cause suffering The hunters have the satisfaction of the wet weather which will aid the dogs greatly in scouting the birds But of course this is only a prediction and tho weather prophets may fall down Stimulating The change of weather the past ten days has had a good effect on local trade The balmy weather of October kept the merchants worried over a big fall trade which was expected would begin tho first of the month anyway but the con tinued warm weather was suro discouraging and the sudden change camo as a good stimulant Folks have been busy since last week pulling out winter clothing that has been stored away for many months and getting everything in shape for a winters season Good Position Tho school and social acquaintances of Mr E II Wilson who for several years has boon connected with the business department of tho East Kentucky Stato Normal School at this place will be glad to learn that ho recently accepted a lucrative position with Iho East St Louis and Suburban Railway Co Mr Wilson is to be congratulated for decid ing to use in his search for a position the facilities of tho Business Service Company whoso St Louis office recom mend him to his present plase Mr E Dcatherago will sell at public sale one of the finest Jacks in Madison county See advertisement elsewhere n2t i Wrong Way anybody hang Wo Retire Go Carts We Sell Liquid Venee S a A George Blanton candi date for tho of the States has just made another killing that promises to stand for long time on macadam roads such as ho traveled between hero and Losing ton One day last week ho made tho round trip from Richmond to the Fay ette capital in 55 minutes distance- of 55 miles do not thero is any other medicine so good for as Remedy Mrs Turpin Junction City Oro remedy is also for colds and croup For sale by all nlm The is to buy a lot o old stock and get to it for you FOR BY A i I o to 2 One reason why you will find the most luxurious bed in the I8TEAWlS Ii fOSTER T fI MATTRESS is that natural springiness of the cotton is magnifiedmany times by the Special Web Process ofmaking the felt layers We will explain this to you more fully when you callI 4 sixtytEl 1050 1350 1600 and 2250 A iIdharn LackeyUndertaking Specialty Record Richmonds motorcycle honors United record a a I believe whooping cough Chamberlains Cough writes This unsurpassed dealers Phone the SALE DOBROWSKY FIRST STREET You CanflilyEverything From Hamilton Bros WALL PAPER IINighfTeIephone L R BlantonWhol- esale and Retail Coal Feed Salt Sand Lime Cement and All Kinds of Plaster Material Corner Main and B Str- eetsTEUBPHONE 85 a iIaPatterns Eachi 1 CHSil- ks E PEDress Goods Wash Goods Outings Flannels Notions Hosiery Underwear Comforts iCarpets Mattings Rugs Trunks Suit Cases Shoes Hats Clothing Overcoats and the I Greatest Line of Ladies Tailored Suits Shown in the titi r City of Richmond 4W i fr An n1 v Pi fa kt a Find out every houses price on every thing you buy Dont let any house consider you as sure Make the house A i 0 r qrt4 A A I v v 1 r you buy from win your trade by Honest Methods and Honest Merchandise at Low Prices e f iiL f 1 IDemand 5 feasonfbf the low prices and then satisfy yourself it is not aHbait Hamilton Bros will give you a reason wri they sell cheaper They buy v Jiiir f jI Enormous StocksC 11 Er S7liT to t s They pay cash for allm rcha iseTheYellfor cash and lose no debts Their motto is tQuick Sales and IIlaIlProfitst Put Hamilton Brpssfipcsf Get thatryprices on o any standardbrand of inerchndisetheq if th price is lower than the priceyoupaid youU be glad to save theydif ference next time r r a t n i We flawJeavier Stocks and More Classy Styles Than Ever Before IL tc c f i jo f J Hami1 1 on Brothers fl 0 4ICorner First I MOth a zr 0 vr 1 Richmond Kentucky 11 ry AJa 1iyNsflA p i trrIrrtsssn1r iI tus B y r r r I JB StoufferOldest Established Clothing and Tailoring House in Richmond The Great Furnishing REO CarMADE 12 and 4 Cylinders t your see me before purchasing an T COY AgentKIRKSVILLE KENTUCKY iew QuartersWe are established in our new quarters in the old City Hall building and are better prepared than ever to care for your skins Bring us your Hides Furs and Iron Fresh Groceries and Vegetables in 7 hurman Grocer Company It When You Buy Walkers Suits there Is no kick acumin J B WALKERLadies ReadytoWear Goods Secon I Sfiee Richmond Ky You Wil Find Hereeverything in rubber goods needed in family hot water and ice bags syringes rubber gloves rubber ages etc All substantially made fromnew 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 H L PERRY 0 PHONE MAIN ST Bear In Mind I WHEN YOU NEED I Fresh Celery Cranberries I and Oysters eia Mjiply you in a few Totophoaa m your orders we 4e Iw r poPy Call 64 VVe huethe fbeot urns of eainiwd good ta UM C1lbe leading brands oolfV R eroD11LoJeewJt9 trill l tOgoods r LackeJI ToddTIoli 62 Ora aBuilding LTeI Sterling I Clothes ARE THE BSTC- LOTHES l Beech Tailored Ready to Wear Guaranteed not to Shrink or Fade 50 years experience the factory guarantee in suits all sizes from smallest boy to largest man Newest stock in city to select from Fine Line New Style Hatsand Goods Suit Gases Trunks Umbrellas etcat lowest prices for high class goops THE BEST will be to advantage to automobile J q season toe band 75 minutes J T FERRIBLL Real Estate AgentIOldham Buildi- ngRichmond KyI R Emmett Million Successor to Barsia Jeaa DENTIST- Over Bank Trnst Company TELEPHONE 296 n A StTJLlVANr e1HMOND eositeHarry M Blariton 3 DENTIST OOSJcetn Bennett Bliascg tanty tELPaoNE I e Dr Robt C Boggs Dentist Tetoplioni 267 Office in Oldham Building You can buy almost any kind of Automobile you want cheap and on easy terms from k A BARLOW Agent Automobile Clearing House Chicago Ask him aboul Tho Badges Steersman 525tf DrC H Mainhart Graduate Ileg of Chicago Ill Veterinary Surgeon OlBce at J It Azbills Stable tRes Richmond Ky We Would Ask For And Be Pleased To Receive Your Patronage We have taken active charge ot the mandgemeat of the Richmond Steam Laundry and are much pieased at our increasing bus eS5 Every1 customer helps some and weWiHl1dliketoHve- everyone with us We have nead vertising schemes biiwill d good work for you and to yer i tire sat Is factioa As we have ne eik r hminooc and no estate on the oaUide out liv ing depends on this aed we have to do good work We kave a Dry OtaiIfig deparlM Bt iu eonectioB with the laundry wkre spci l ftisliV- MIteworkfor tbelattiM Cal lrw UTkviBe tretoeriBcS8 wOrk oH d jter M d d Uvwd free ItMfeot l1iUYMN JallulcW andL YCL key kJobtL BuntMn h ajid to MB Fire MWwn Coeitjkinie 1it Jjinrj Clay Firt YrmfirtT DQaJ 6 Mfef oiqmpuy wik 1006090 capital iearplus Support a kMM MMtteotig MM demand a policy in tttis new OWB 1 JUcViwu will happen but the iert- n til wd tanllfo keep Dr TthMtM1 lXlMurMOtt tot tueb muMN U l MMt tM fttfuA iMtil UM kMtt IFOR SHKBIFR to iiniMH n e BLHKR cnndidMte for Sheriff of subject to the action of AWeBALDWIN a candidate for Sheriff of Med uDemocraticWe are authorized te announce 3t B JONES a candidate for Sheriff of Nadieon county autiject to the action of the Demo cratic party SCHOOL SUPKRINTENDBIfoe SUNINperintendent IHibHc Schoots of Madtson county subject to the action of the Demo cratic purtmFOR JAILER toannouncel4ORGANTAYLOf county oubject to the action of the Democratic party haFORin3ARZIAMyeDemocratic thFORCI1oulcMadison county subject to the action of Democratic port THE PRESENT INSTANT Science Defines It as the Hundredth Part of a Second A congress of Europe astronomers decided that the present time that Is the present moment at any particular Instant consists of the hundredth part of a second This has been settled on because these men of science have thought that It represented the tiniest fraction of time which could be appreciated by the human brain Yet theisthousandth part of a second Is used In physical science especially In toForofficial present moment flashes from vdredthseem so remarkable when It Is recalled that speed records for both horses and men runners are officially calculated In fractions as smaU as onefifth of a see ond inhavefor In that moment light can travel 2000 mUes So time which is after all thterystand or fathom must be considered relatively to ones sensations The time to pull an aching tooth is really much longer to the sufferer than a whole night spent in sound sleep It Is more of the persons actual life It demands more food to stand the nervous strain ROIl tho pain than hours of quiet restTime then for nil men Is relative to their personal sensations Yet time Is real enough It takes actual time for starlight to travel in some cases thou sands of years It takes time for sound to travel and time for the electric wave to work actual results over long dis tancesSo tlmo is not only theoretical It Is as real as coal and wood Yet this reality stretches over a human life time back to ages before the existence of the sun and the stirs For purposes of ordinary human work tho second is small enough to use as a standard of value but scientific men have pro gressed so far in knowledge that the second is too long a period for them to consider as tim scientific Instant idredtbthe length of time that they will consider as the actual moment at anyone Instant Cincinnati Enquirer Spoiled His Act A musical artist announced to his friends that ho had a feature for his act that was calculated to make the whole profession sit up and take no tice Severn days later he was asked to divulge lila plans Oh thats all off was the answer Well If it was such a wonderful thing what was It1 was the general Inquiry btonts ribs tuned up so that I could play music on it like a xylophone Great Why arent you going to do t The musician p uolntmentI tried It ho answered hut some body sold me the skeleton of a ticklish man and I couldnt hit the ribs Youngstown Telegram A Closed DiscussionsThey had argued over the question Can n man marry his widows niece and the highly tal nted lawyer In the corner had waxed over the marriage laws of state In the Union every cons yryl of every church and even the legisla tion of Lycurgus down to that of Brigham Young when a young man quietly announced his Intense desire to be Informed where the deuce a man was when his wife was a widow Then the discussion closed down and fourteen excited controversialists or dared iced water New York Times A Fair Sized Trout The gentleman was strolling across a large estate when he came upon a man fishing What sort of fisll do you catch here he said Mostly trout replied the man How many have you caught About ten or twelve sir What Is about the heaviest you have caught continued the gentle manWell I dont know the weight but the water sunktwo or three feet when I pulled It out Divides the Waters Situated exactly at the highest point the divide of the Rocky mountains lot the Crows Nest division of the Ca Pacific railway in British Columbia is a hotel When it rains In the mounUtes the water which falls on the eastern slope of the hotel root trickles away to Join a tiny rivulet which la due time mingles Its waters with the Atlantic The water tailing jHst beyeed the ridgepole on the other side of the roof flows westerly and HlUaUel7 Into the Pacific Lots of Thom There Is one thing which has rather pHszled me What ta that V When BBoaey talks does it alwa r- oeeteBaltimoretaHc Amerkaa His Argument DeAr I ealy play pefcer tM fin Bat ya betdeat yew fWell there wouldnt be say fun without a little betting burg Post Patient waiting fer often the hfclsM way of doing Gods wttlCelller 10 Reward Ot lMrJwWUOli ding to recovery ef a MiPltMtfltretl fos houftd No Msrcs except few small Baked spots OB body LOroek t Xy School Music All jMUenU who Intend to have tber QtruHarriet Parrith at taw Aaij well kxMwn Mta PmnrWi fen ben engaged by the Board of Education to hvcharge of bt piatro iitoons amS rruiwill r Iptogttd OAH 15SIQS tl GetBusyI Turley Evans are Of f rngBig PrizesI cuToOppOi of the corn contest announced in last weeks Cli snaxTurley Evans with offices at the State Bank TrustCo vO offered a prize of 500 ofgoldars white corn 200 for e best dozen yellow corn and 200 for the best dozen mixed corn The awards will made on December 15thbean d all entries must be in by th suatthe county is urged to enter arid thereby create the interest thtt should be the result of such a contesthaWith the increasing price of land and the increasing value of farm products there a demand for better methods of farming A visit our corn fields during the gr weowingwillshoVone of the needs uite a number of hills are always missing and quite a number of the growing stalks are barren The ears in many stances are lacking in size symmetry and other attributes which to make u fuehas shown that by proper selection continued for several years the size germinating qualities and other things fixed in the seed types will give largely increase returns under the same conditions of cultivation To secure the best results however means care paIntience ability and Jove for work These attributes are not possessed by every farmer and many go on the ole way while fully convinced that there is a better way We believe if this work should be taken up by some young farmer and the proper care and energy be devoted to t in a few years he could e 1stablishwould enable him to sell large quantities of his corn fofseedat high prices Any person would be willing to give two or three dollars per bushel for seed corn if he knew that it had been arefully selected for years and bred each year to a higher tvpe as the pure animal many time the value of the scrub so would this pedigreed corn bring many times the value of the common unpedigreed grain and we be lieve it would pay some bright young farmer to devote hiS time and energy to building up a reputation for handling uch seed Harsh physics react weaken tL 0s bowels cauee chronic constipation Doans Regulcts operate easily tone tho stomach cure constipation 25c Ask yourdruggist for them For Rent Residence and six acres of land near city limits on Dig Hill pike Apply R B Boon tf 11 D No Berea Ky At 5 cts the Gov McCreal Y cigar is the best value on the market for the smoker Every body sells them Rooms for Rent Furnished or unfournishcd Apply to J E Colt tf 311 Third st WANTED Girlcs to work iu tho Glove factory Cull phono 428 Notice To whom it may concern will take notice that the undersigned will petition tho Governor to pardon him of the offense of which ho now stands con victed at tho October term of tho Madison Circuit Court 1910 JO2G21 Joe Howard Public Sale I will sell publicly on my premises 3 miles from Richmond on Tates Creek pike at 10 oclock A Mon Thursday Nov 17 19ifl Consisting of the following properly 30 ShortHornCattfe Extra Good Head of 10 extra 5 extrikt gOOdMrIingbullsI 8 good e 4 extra gIod yearling heifers JItMt1 imir estra rood yearling horse mules 1 irSyer oWliws Mule- Sfgebeee4 MoI 1 extrn t ymnKay ware 1eet 99 9Klnrl wi4 vWWB 4sestg 2 Mt2 I iow 100 iMUsroki of MTH L Iboeot42was tHaT1 K a4alt IwniMr Other Mag too MUBMom tom AUep Truas madUr kn va g day of sale Will ale riescrss 01 a until Jnmury 191- 1jftmes DeJarnett ISN TibiiZ uunr ia o Sampb la thg1e dyspepsiarcs eb asrenle8o htfltj that Will not oolyrelleve but I dleeetiveaJlirt1i8 doLTbfrathan zwcetenthg thebreath and a that only contams digestive lagre enta will not curePe Is IndigestionpoOrquires a scleatlfle laxative We know reQuirementst a alnrur natal1It1petlOn Indigestion liver IItllfnach sick headache and stmJlarcom Its Ingredients will strengthenand tone the stomach andth ur haaiyltshed your trouble Is over Fannie longtfmeIulterer curewIthdrpolatemporary reliefa They tlrst acceptedCakiwells olter ot a free sample iottie which lie willIngly to anyone blvingPepalnotdonar a Dr bottleinto give yOU any medIcal advice yoU may toetree ot charge Explain your case In aletter and he will Fo na thmeotherwise For either request thead CaldwellSOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS GERONIMO IN ACTION Th neWhipped the Mexicans About noon wo began to hear them speaking my uapio with curses In the afternoon the general came on the field nnd the fighting became more rious I gave orders to my war to try to kill nil the Mexican ca o rlledright side of the field The place where they assembled was not very far from th ou trtCautiously I crawled out this ditch very close to where the council was being held The general was an old warrior The wind was blowing in my direction so that I could hear all he said and I understood most of It This Is about hat bo told them Officers yonder those ditches are the red devil Ge roulmo and his hated band This must be their last day Ride on them from both sides of tho ditches Kill men womenand children Take no prisoners dead Indians are what wo want Do not spare your own men exterminate his band at any cost I will post the wounded to shoot all deserters Go back to yourcoinpanles and advance Just as the command to go forward was gien I took deliberate aim at the general and be fell In an Instant the ground around me was riddled with bullets but I was untouched The Apaches had seen From all along the ditches arose tho fierce warcry of my people The columns wavered an Instant and then swept on They did not wrontwas not so fierce yet they continued to a r Theylsothreats and curses That night before the firing had ceased n dozen Indians had crawled out of the ditches and set fire to the long prairie grass behind the Mexican troops During the con fusion that followed we escaped to the o StoryfCHAMPAGNE BARRELS Bismarck Demanded 5000 From France but Got Only Five Germanys governmental policy Is to encourage the exports of brain labor sunshine air and water There Is nothing In sugar In alcohol but carbon gathered from the air but hydro eu and r uainwaterInto beet plants grown In fields tilled pulpbeingh tDenmarkwhich takes nothing from the soli The French import Asiatic silk weave It at Lyons and export the finished s p Lishol and 001 per cent aroma and bouquet Water and alcohol taje nothing from the soil but the aroma makes the wino worth from 10 a pound down In tho peace negotiations between Bismarck and tho French In 1ST1 it was not the money indemnity It was not tho loss of territory that prolonged negotiations Bismarck be hought himself to demand 5000 empty old champagne barrels Impregnated with tho aroma the bouquet produc ins ferment and this the French re used They had consented to pay 1000000000 they broken heartedly gave up Alsace and Lorraine but the bouquet of their priceless wines Bis marek should not have and in the end they compromised on five barrelstThe French were instinctively governed by supernal common sense Harrington Emerson in Engineering IrvingTo than to any other writer belongs the high honor of being the creator of Amcrl can literature Irving was not tho first American to write good literature but he was the first American to write In a way to catch anti hold the Euro penn attention It was through Ir Vlngs writings that the old world was made aware of the fact that there was an American literature Illldrcth Prescott Cooper Toe and others of the pioneers came In for a lull men 5 ure of praise but Washington Irviug will his title as father of our Utcrturelew York American u Hub of the Social Universe We do nothesltatecall the Cov eat Garden Opera ifiws the hub of lus social uDlvente Miy8 the Loedon Sphere We have bees In the pen houses of Munich Dresden Milan Ber lin Paris and Vienna and there to aetbiBg quite so impressive in nay one 9f tfcMMt as can be found at Ceveat Garden IB the height of theJJetIuTo visit Covent Garden Opera House la the season is to kaow life at its o t eUeipoIt Attkfl Wrong DMr My health aest dfeeiitioK are BNV ettee fret theItaa aebe or a pain Tbe trouble wttfc me te thai 1 emuot sleep IItniIK Well if ttent to the ease afr MU ihe JpieML 1tIIIttyes lIt r1IIrbal adYilK I than i UppJiteott Ges ly 0 wtdJeJavcUiIffitterOti yes I mw what they cod pritaDent t rClal p T 1M u r v r r1 iNesrwasil ksdenThe Cuban heel is higher youanThe sailor collar is one of the new note- sEelything is to be furred th pVelvetming at present Embroideredstarched liner collars are back short coats are favored by l fashion authorities The return of the empire line is an established fact Saiir2 of the glace class ve an enormous popularity For street garments the regulation coat sleeve leads ill favor Voile and marquisette are favorites for frocks and ouses Beads are very fashionable various sorts of dress trimming V For dress costumes the reequartcr length sleeve is fashionable The short skirt dominates even the most elaborate even Iewt ISilkcular arc used as a finish to the mohair skirts Stripea suitings are the age while the surface of m ost fabrics is rough Wings are decidedly the imming for the less orna mental type in hats Motoring andevening wraps show both the peasant and the ragian sleeves Metal buttons like metal passementeries are largely Byzantine iu effect Tailored stocks are of foul ard figured with plain linen or lace turnover collars The kimon asleeve is being seen in dresses and separate waists also in many coats Narrow straight skirts are very popular the body and sleeve in one idea being a favorite Lace bows are conspicuous in millinery both black and hite and ribbon be usedin a great dell Amongnovelties in buttons pendants in imitation of jewels and small black and red buttons are offered Mole and seal and imitation seal are excellent flat and pliable furs for tiimmings and- rea fashionable Jabots are usually in plaited apron style though the cascade and onesided frill varieties are much seen also Suffered day and night the tormentor itching piles Nothing helped mo ntil I used Doans ointment It cured mo permanently Hon John R Garrett Mayor Girard Al- aoi11 ttic L L Co IN 1J1OSOUTII No3LvpmvLv Richmond shops 9 40 amI 40 pm 200PU1LIrvIne1055amAr lieatty pmNORTH No2 No4 pnLvLv Richmond 82G a in 348 poi pmLvpinArSundBYTrains lasville and with Southern Railway and Interurban Liars at Versailles TheE e trainalun into L N station at Rich mond ranking all connections with I N trains II R SMITH GP A Versailles Ky Land N Time Card Corrected March 191- 0EOUTiIIIOUNI tfo PaintLjckRllhmonddailyrive Rowland 1030 a m No 27 For Silver OreokPalnt LickLan toLoulM ajrivea Louisville 010 M No 33 For Jacksonville and the South Itichmonit20A800 A M No 37 For Knoxville through trains makee all stops arrives Richmond 1134AMArrive No9 For Silver Creek Paint 7ckLaBeastr all tope leave Rteh woMd 736 r arrive at Stanford LClQV81FIJHrlhp x NOn limited for AtlaBtaleavea Rich AtIlii pH NORTHBOUND No leaveltielmumdBat i 743 A Jto 10 JiroSumrd leave Rtebmmd fc40 Ji K arrive CiseiBBati 11 MAX 1Tis ArriveJtiOhIltODd eBcbmoNo 1YeBleb1atllld CincinMtt 9tt dJi NO WRichmond 1All tnuM roa t daily OXOM b fi Rural Telephones refdeaoewhiciyouheadquartershvillemmndiatelyerestLouisiana and the Southern portion of Indiana and Illinois AST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE CO Incorporated I pSpp a pp s fl nfl pesr4- tGood iiungstorat Thais all we carry Whether Its a staple like or a fancy table delI I aCT like imported we have it dependableEvery 1 I fHachmeiitI for preferenceInone a place on if it falls to measure up our I Iantsstandard of quality highII I ELECTA I COFFEE a smooth and dainty blend flf selected highland grown beans the tsatkefa choicest The Electa process of slowcooking nnd I preserves the genuine Itr CoffeeIyou are sure of qualitya satisfaction that In Itbeliacst make Elocta worth mote I than other coffees I IIBD4I Tat e and Son I Telephone 35 I i I p as p Jas a Parke Handles Only the Best in Groceries9 Fruits Vegetables As he sells for CASH ONLY his customers get the benefit of the lowest prices possibie A Trial Order Will Convince You JAMES B PARKE CASH STORE Staple and Fancy Groceries Phone 624 FIRST STREET McCreary Residence To Rent I desire to rent for tho year 1011 my resi dence in Richmond Kentucky on Main Street adjoining tho residence of Stanton Thorpe and Soccupied by Thomas J Smith Sr and faily My residence is largo 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 J Smith at tho residence JAMES B McGREARY Artistic Photography Bring in the babiesI make a specialty of taking their pictures McGaughey the Photographer N V WHITEThe Old Reliable Dry Goods Man Late Summer Fabrics are now fill ing our shelves also a complete showing of School Dress Materials I We carry a full line of Novelties and our Lace and Hamburgs are unsurpassed Our cash system of doing business enables us to give our custom- ersEspecially Low Prices- We are always glad to have you cell and inspect ou goods NV WHITE fttafe Street bel Wfwt ioo1 lifcIf t HtO iQ9 ftiSSiUEIfADQ1AlttYl 1 l We Sell Clothes Under i 1 Ai r 1E- i A Nationally=Known Trade =Mark aMP STORES have their own label sewed in the clothes they sell which means that S that they handle no particular line but just ordinary clothes It offers a possibility of varying quality We handle a line branded with a nationallyknown trademark A manufacturer with a national reputation to maintain must jealously guard the quality of goods on which he puts his trademark Our line of trademarked clothes is your protec tion against any variation of high quality j I Adelrs Collegian Clothes the line we feature has a nationwide reputation clothes The Colle as style and quality gian trademark on every garment makes these clothes of known high quality certain to be up to date and correct in style and to give good service and satisfaction Our assortment for fall and winter 191011 includes a wide variety of shades and fabrics embracing styles to please men of all ages and preferences Let us show you this line of su perior trademarked clothing We take great pains to fit you to perfection Siii s and Overcoats 1500 TO 3000 Shoes Hats Furnishings Cluett Shirts Munsing Union Suits I o n THE ROYAl nome of Good Clothes J S Stanifer Prop Cor 2nd and Main Richmond HOT BLAST tilobe Air TightHOT Burns Slack or Soft Coal Without Smoke or Soot Heats double the space heated by any otherstove with half the fuel Clean neat economical The Kind to Buy for Service A money saver for people who want a good stove at an honest price See it in operationyou will like it SOLD EXCLUSIVELY DY W D Buckley Co East Main Street WINTER TOURIST TICKETS TO FLORIDAANDON SALE DAILY VIA rijQUlENfiCRESCENT ROUtE I =GOOD RETURNING UNTIL MAY 31 1911 wrUcIL LEXINGTON KY I LadiesH E h ReadytoWear r Garments lt UT FairStock JfQ w I Dir U are Invited tocall and inspect our fiaTKk f some stock Mrs I M Barlow In Buying wWi F JYeafter rest N1t Richmond Ky T CLOTHES STORE I 7 ft L Consign Your Live 5tock TO C C Seal Co Union Stock Yards Cincinnati 0 And receive tile highest market price as we are tho largest order buyers on tho Cincinnati market W S NORRIS oct lmo S Give DA VEFRBEMAN A Share of Your Fire Insurance Business b He Will Appreciate It Ho represents tho Best Firo Insurance Companies in the business and guaran tees satisfaction H e DOTY SURVEYOR solicago of those its patron needing services of a competent man Address RICHMOND KENTUCKY James Hunley Will buy or sell your bouse farm town lots or anv 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 Do You Read The Blue Grass Farmer Edition of The Lexing ton Herald U This is the regular Monday morning news edition contain ing addition six pages devoted to general farm news and news pertaining to the farming inter est of the Blue Grass section of Kentucky 100 Special Rate to Jan 1 12 More tea fort r months of a goed news and farm paper core Ied fortha above small amount Order now ami get advaatef of the full time The Lexington Herald IIoo TOWXJCNrUC1IT WSPAPER REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY THE EHIAiioI1c HEW YQPK AMD CHICAGO NCHU tt4UTHC FMHCIPAL ClTWtj Ffae Richmond Climax flEA WEHESBJT IT THE CLIMAX PRINTING CU Incorporated A D MILLER EDITOI cl PRESS PUBLISIERS FBICE 100 PER YEA IN ADVANCE WEDNESDAY NOV 191 TUG teaching of the Good Book can bo interpreted alike by all the member oMhc Winchester Baptist church and consequently about 125 members with drew their membership last week and will form a now church call a new pas tor and erect a new cdilice to worshi in Such capers as this bring nothIng but reproach upon the good name of the church everywhere and gives a blac eye to alhreligious movements in thc state MGIIE rot is printed about tho Abruzzi Elkins marriage and another big news paper article of All bets Off is in cir culation Cant someone get these peo plo together and make a match or els let the whole business sink into oblivion Tan largest terminal railway station in the world was opened for travel Thursday in Now York Over 1400 trains will enter it every day or in other words almost as many as enter Rich mond in a year TUG good old sorghum making time is about over in Jackson county where a great deal of this delicious molasses Is made It is selling at 50 cts the gallon and said to be scarce Tho letters in the alphabet Are not the same clear thru For the biggest one of all is T Whiie the smallest one is u Ail For Him Mr Fox llespess the popular travel ing salesman is In the city today Ho travels most of the state and says that Senator J B McCreary will make a clean sweep for Governor Tho democracy of tho state has united upon him Panvillo Advocate What Cures Eczema We have had so many inquiries lately regarding Eczema and other skin diseases that were glad to make our answer public After careful investiga tionwo have found that a stable wash lUc6MpooOOedIn would not make this statement to our JescweU1ItOklmend D DD Prescription J glvakssntrel1efBewiUse D D D starts tIM cure at tttet tHldUon o be treula Iteenaw Ii etMMMwe wx fiee MH beak 1fi esk- m3eiee1t enftbta NaMare to p irrvOCcliieMS1telleMiTb recs oC i njsneompJeteCNiM LhOVsSZI4I e t JIs1CneIiaeu Drop into Mr tow todty uaU IUlkoveryonr caM witti w Stockton Iaooai iJTbas- Ate iBoortact DM H Brisk bw IIIjioJM 0lot I Jc lh Bddgc 1 Fourteen Million Pounds oi Steel in the Massive Structure Early in 1911 the new High Bridge which is to span the Kentucky river ou the Queen Crescent Route will iiave been completed It will be the highest bridge span ning a navigable stream ou the American continent and is lobe the most massive structure of its length and breadth known to the civilized world and will have a sus taming capacity of 7200 tons In the erection of this wonder ful span more than two million two hundred thousand riyets and fourteen million pounds of tested steel are required Almost two years were spent in manufacturing the great steel sections that are being combined to pro duce this marvelous product of American skill and genius The old bridge which has attracted sight seers of every nation is constructed of iron in weight onefourth as mass ive as the steel of which the new bridge is being made On account of the superior material of the new structure it will have about five times the sustaining power of the old one From the top ofthe rails of the new bridge to the water in the river below the distance is 315 feet It will require 140000 pounds of steel rails and 2000 ties to build the double track across the bridge which is 1223 feet in length Thousands of people are now being attract ed to the scene to witness the building of a structure the like of which exists no where else on the whole American continent and itis fitting that this marvelous handiwork of man should have as its setting a landscape that is unrivaled in natural beauty and charm Picturesque Kentucky river with its towering cliffs lifting themselves more than three hundred feet above the water line are in full view from the train while passing over the bridge At this point the winding stream has been denominated by tourists of all countries as the Switzert land of the Western Hemis phere The wonderful height and powerful strength of the connecting link of steel maY- be attained elsewhere but- the amazing picture which nature has painted for the background can never be ap proached in the category of human achievements Skin Affections Whether on Infant or Grown Person Cured by Zemo and Zemo Soap An Unusual Oiler The Perry DrugStore says to every person be it man woman or child who has an irritated tender or itching skin to comR o our siore and procure a bottle of ZEMO and a cake ZEMO soap and if you are not entirely satisfied with the results come back and get your money So confident are we of the efficacy of this clean simple treatment that wo make you this un anal nffer ZEMO is aclear liquid for external us that baa cured many cases of eczsma pimples dandruff and other andIwell as the cleanest aid most effective treatment for aflctlons of the skin or scalp whether on infants or grown person An Egg Pool The Winchester Democrat mentions the fact t1t a Clark county puultry raiser has made contract with a Cin cinnati hotel forall the eggs produced on his farni this winter at a price considerably be t rthall the prevailing market price offered by hucksters The women of Harrison county in several localities are already arrang ing for pooling their turkeys along the lines of former pools which are said Ur have been always worthwhile and it will not be surprising if theyform an egg pool make a contract with some big hotel and beat the old storage fellow at Ms 6wrt game Smoke Gov McCreary cigar it makes a fine ending Jto a hearty meal Music Pupils Wanted J am e hIit1aga1Asm is o1H- fvmu8Ie lefeoiu to bE jftvs at rajr korae oa NGIk strat For fartbw parHwiara MJfyaa afiiH Mar Tttll Ustmyed fmn my jtoe OB or b0th1hrf teV Angus K red MitiM fc ifar r igW about 600 poumta ariiMv red with white kind legs front fij whit ihuo spot In forehead with some white under body and a naturallpoll I wilt piy a liberal reward for her return to aeoeMjr Information that will tad to tMTtuvw Brytal Hotel ipto xii n- 11 = MENTAl DtSCORO An Un Mtf mhtri8 Enemy io Hafipi nHeMte Health It ta a Itw tIt eT cy state of mind yrbeitMT good orbad affeets every cell in the system Mad OBtptctured In the body mys Orison Swett Marden In Success Magazine We are thus the arbiters of our fate through our thoughts emotions and passions The time will come when we shall know how to refresh ourselves by mental chemistrythat is by holding la our BJteda the antidotes ef the things that have wearied us or vexed us by holding the mental attitude which will neutralize the thought ene- mIes that have thrown our bodies Into nothing so deadly to happi ness as mental discord It paralyzes the thinking ability and destroys the power of concentration and effectiveness All diseases and sickness of what ever kind are the outplcturlng of some form of discord If the mind is kept as happy as possible It Is dlmcult for discord to get a foothold in the body A happy mind is the best possible health producer disease killer and discord destroyer For centuries mans happiness was looked upon by many earnest think- Ing people as a condition largely beyond his control They seemed to think that it depended mostly upon the temperament one happened to de velop and that there were other things of so much moro importance that wo should not consider it too seriously or take precious time to cultivate It di rectly We are beginning to find however that even ns an economical InvestI ment it pays immensely to business of being happy and being Just as good to ourselves as possible although not In a selfish way We could not be good to ourselves In the higher sense by being selfish POET OF MANY VERSES An Anecdote of Pellegrin an Eight eenth Century Bard The Impecunious French poets of the middle eighteenth century used to con sort at the cafes where sometimes they would pick up customers One of the worst and at the same time the most facile of the bards was Polio grin of whom a characteristic story Is told In An Eighteenth Century Mar qulse One day a newcomer entered tho cafe and began complaining that ho was going to be married and had no cplthalamlnm for his wedding Pel legrin hastened to offer one of his own compositions A deal was soon arranged and the price agreed upon was 20 sous a verse The poet disappeared The bridegroom was presently accost ed by a stranger who began a conversation on various subjects and suddenly said By the by my friend what price are you paying Pellegrin T Twenty sous a verse uHmI Is that too dea- rNodoubtfuhiynot If you fixed tho length of the poem I never thought of doing that When Is he to brlngyour cplthala mlum Tomorrow morning Tomorrow morning cried the stranger Why you must bo rolling In do you mean That you will have to pay for at least n thousand verses Oh what a fraudf exclaimed the bridegroom and rushed off to find Pel legrin In his attic The versifier had Just completed his hundredth verse A Sartorial Freak Food Is chow In the east meals are tiffin and an 0 U Is a chit China and India making these addi tions to dietetic nomenclature The most shocking sartorial thing visible In the east is the dinner jacket of white duck affected by the British and alas by some expatriated Americans It Is cut very short barely reaching the suspender buttons and flares widely In front High collar and black tie complete the abominable combination Yet no Briton can eat his evening meal without being thus garbed White duck pants of course cover the unmentionables The white suits of Mark Twain and Frank Vaiiderllp which once excited Now York arc outdone and quite as a mat ter of course New York World Darrett Wendells Pun When Professor Wendell of Harvard entered upon his Sabbatical year he remained In Cambridge somo weeks after his leave of absence began and persisted In taking part In the depart mental meeting The head of the department protested Sir said lie you arc officially air sent You are non est Oh very well replied Professor Wendell a non est man Is the noblest work of God Success Magazine A Matter of Choice An od darky servant devoted to General Jackson waited on him In the gencrars last hours flight after the generals death a preacher asked Has tus It ho thoughtJackson would go to heaven I dom know boss ef ell go foah euro but he can ef he wants to re plied the darky Independent With Due Care Dignity Is a rert proper sort of thing but dont put on too much of It or you may be taken for the butler Ilpplucotts Constancy of purpose Is certainly one of the secrets of success Coming Up Tho warm weather of October brought the wheat in this county out of the around several inches and in some pteees where the acreage was sown early the fields present a beautiful green ap pearanco Nearly one half of the acreao tint is to bq sown in this coun ty is in tho ground On account of the lateness in harvesting the tobaeoo crop many farmers were delayed consider ably in getting the wheat in Tee Me For I represent the leading Commission Merchants J ft Wilson SL Co of Cineinntiti OUR Fruits and Vegetables eunliurpuiieaan ISH woUv we hwrs ourxmpstitors oiiJbe rUB A Riekaapad WitrChanliwbo handle our j g NKl8 a Coleman Neff Pbo 1 Richmond Ky Save me your urdrs Ill be A LEGAL DILEMMA Tangte of Red Tape nan English Extradition Case GETTING AROUND THE tAW Only the Quick Wit of the Canadian Police Inspector Kept a Notorious Criminal In Custody When In Realty He Wa Free as the Air The manner in which a prisoner ex tradited to England from a foreign country Is treated while on the voyage home depends very much on the de tectlvo who baa him In charge and also on whether or no there Is any suspicion that he may be contemplat ing violence either to himself or to othersFor Instance In the case of Jabez Balfour woo was taken to England all the way from Buenos Aires there was a strong suspicionprobably ill founded that he contemplated committing suicide Consequently Inspector Freest who had him in charge de cided to take no risks that he could possibly avoid The regulations do not permit of an nnconvlctcd prisoner being handcuffed on board ship once the vessel has left port and be must be allowed one hours exercise on deck each day These indulgences if indulgences they maybe called were therefore not withheld from Balfour But ho got few others For twenty three hours out of every twentyfour he was immured In a locked cabin lIe was not permitted even to enter the public dining room his meals being brought to him by Mr Freest himself after the rest of the passengers bad fed He was besides constantly watched and was subjected to a most rigorous search immediately on com ing aboard His only relaxation was an occa sional game of chess with some of the passengers who kindly came to his cabin to play with him by permission and In the presence of his keeper This sea imprisonment lasted exactly one month and a day and Balfour afterward declared that It was the most trying experience of a captivity that was destined to continue for nearly twelve years One of the longest and In Its later stages one of the pleasantest voyages ever undertaken by an unconvicted criminal was that which Charles Ilyl ton Davidson the notorious forger made some years back In the custody of Chief Inspector Murray of tho Ca nadian department of justice Murray tracked the wanted man to Mexico and secured his extradition to Canada But then his difficulties be gnu Ho could not bring his prisoner to Canada by the direct route through the United States for Immediately Davidson set foot In that country he could have demanded to be released There was therefore nothing for it but to convey him by way of Jamaica and England and thence back across the Atlantic to Quebec On tho voyage Murray kept David son under close observation although allowing him considerably more free dom than Freest allowed Balfour When however he had got safely as far as London ho was both mortified and astonished at the likelihood of his having had all his trouble for nothing The law was he was told that a prisoner extradited from a foreign country to a British colony could not be kept in custody In England for longer than twentyfour bonrs nor could be be taken as a prisoner on board a British ship sailing from n British port Hcre was a dilemma Davidson was free as air had he only known it But Murray was equal to the occasion Look here Davidson he said Ive got you safe There is only the last stage of the journey to complete If I allow you to travel saloon with me as an ordinary first class passenger will you give me your word to play me no tricks To this proposition Davidson know- Ing nothing of the real state of affairs was naturally quite ready to agree And so it came to pass that one of the most notorious criminals Canada has ever known came home in state free yet not free a voluntary prisoner and yet an involuntary one Pearsons Weekly Tactful Truth II appeal to Mr Verity whoso truth fulness nobody doubts said the out raged hostess with a glitter in her eye Mr Verity do you think I sup ply my boarders with bad butter The others looked eager attention to see how Mr Verity would get out of It Madam be answer with a bow the truth on which you compliment me forces me to declare that your but ter is one of your strong points Baltimore American Bites Tho safest way to measure your maximum bite longitudinally is to lay It out on an ear of corn To get the depth of the bite measure It in a slice of watermelon Boston Globe And the best way to determine the capacity of your bite Is to watch you eat beans Cleveland Plain Dealer Serious Mother Ob Effle What has hap pened to your dolly Effie The doctor says Its a nervous breakdown He prescribed mucilage Life Sorrow Is a school of virtue It corrects levity and interrupts the confi dence of slnnlngAtterbnry Its poor policy to wait untill you have a fire to begin thinking about insurance Do it now We write the best policies tf Dan H Breck Its Your Kidneys Deat Mlslak the Cause el Year 2 Troubles theirlkWfleysweak er RcbIbaok tbey think that it- isoolY8 muscular weakness when urinary trouble sets in they think it will seen oorrtet itself And so it k with all Ute oUter symptoms kidney disorders Tha is just whOre the daetet1Me You muel cure these GftHIldNOr they stay lead to diabetes orBrigittVdisease The test remedy MUM is I 8nsKklney Pills It cares alt ills are caused by w ttk or dUesiMd kidneys Residents of this vicinity are constantly testifying in pesi t wires Fmr saleby all dealer Pale M oenta KwierMilbam Co Bwffete New York aete agents for the UtiMad State 4IjlakeiiAU ps o1s astos tftoie of X sry Stocker du eu please preaent MOM to the aMesnipMaV property verified on or before Dtwm her 3 1910 ors lIuiwiH beband TVm Jeokine Adm- rh j4 NewbyK- yii healthy man is a king ia his eeht u anhesJthy mu icemwluugnri few Bmteok Blood IHtan iWI For tAe riotOristsi1 C 1- r Lt We are offer a special Auto Glove at fro- m75cto3 See it and you will buy Have you seen the One Finger Mitt latest thing in Auto gloves Remember that we do any thing that is needed for a disabled automobile and we do in the right way Ricnrnon Motor Plnrnolng Eo Incorporated NOTICE I am paying highest cash prices for Hides and Tallow Also Wool Will treat you right- I pay the HIGHEST MARKET PRICE for FURS Ring phone 363 M WIDESRICHMOND KENTUCKY =H B=H=HJ=1H= H== Taylor Old ham Invite your attention to their Model Radiators and Wonder Oak Heating Stoves The best the market affords We Sell the Best Cooking Stoves Made We also sell and recommend the SUPERIOR WHEAT DRILLthe best made TAYLOR OLDH AM 1 sis = FUFSAn Lynx Pointed Foxes and Mink Three of the fashion favorites in fur neckwear These furs lend themselves gracefully to tho completion the beautifully gowned women The demand for these stylish furs will bo unusually heavy this season In tho present complotness of this superb stock there lies a powerful motive for buying furs now and at reasonable prices lower than else where Every correct style is represented many of the conceptions being shown here exclusively Old furs remodeled and repaired at a sjnall cost to look like now M ILowenihat Manufacturing Furrier Lexington Ky GROCERIES = Is Our Specialty ivvvvrGett goods Highest cash price paid for 4 Countrv Produce ii COMTelephone Sewell McKinney 140142 North Street i We have the best r TOftACCO SJES f L t JfbIL r tB1autoDCon lit llLumber GomIttSOCIMSIOr tv LIBlf ton 14o i 1LA4Ip 0 0T J 42 t iik L Ir J jufARRIVED Copyright 1908 ty SCHLOSS BROS Fine Clothes Makers Bftltlmora and New York a on I to to e Qlothes as be by the of the and Fall Models designed and by the Baltimore JBostpn first showing of to everyman and young man it not gives the but to High Grade at and See Welcome We just received some very IT TailorMade Suits Ladies in New Manish Cloths They are shown in all the new shades and are to be seen in our Come make your selection before thev are picked over We are the agents for Queen Quality Fine Shoes for ladies and Wm Kneelands Fine for men These two lines of shoes are the best to be had in any city We are showing all the new lasts and see them Get our low cash prices on all kinda of shoes men women and can fit you suit you and save you money rT Underwear for Women and Children it Complete in Every Detail Come our prices and save money We are showing all the new things in Belts Pins Scarfs Neckwear Hosiery etc shelves and counters are creaking and groaning under weight ot good in all kings of winter goods Get the best for you to headquarters and see the new styles vv4eB ULDRM AND COMPANY Womans Beauty Some women retain their beauty to an advanced age But women who regularly endure pain age rapidly for suffering leaves its lasting marks on them Nearly all women suffer more or less with some form of female trouble It should not be takingCarduiBegin at once and Cardui fair trial TAKE ARDUII It Will Help You witesImy feet Finally began take Cardui and soon began muchbetterAT ALL DRUG STORES THIS IS THE PLACE FOR Fresh Oysters V RICCICorner Main and Second Telephone3 The Imperial Double Disc The Correct they will worn best flressed gentleman social business word The New made Master Tailo- rsSchloss Bros Company New York This thene- wmodljsofiierest because only you cor rect styles opens the way Clothes Moderate Prices Come Them Everyone have stylish for the Suit Parlors sole Shoes kinds Come for childrenwe Our Ment get Notions Belt Our the things moneycome neglected give Commissioners Sale Mrs Babo Uooten c PltT vs Notice of Salo Roberta Reed c Dofts Under and by virtue of a judgment and order of sale rendered at tho October Term 1010 of the Madison Circuit Court in the above styled action the undersigned Master Commissioner ol said Court will on Saturday Nov 5 1910 at 11 oclock A M on tho 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 Kyfrontingning back 33 feet now being occupied by Cap Dickerson This is very de sirable property Said property will bo sold on 0 and 12 months time The purchaser being re quired to execute bond with approved security bearing 0 per cent interest from date until paid to have the force and effect of a judgment and a lien retained on the property untilall the pur chase money is paid II C RICE M C M C 0 Immediately after tho foregoing sale according to tho directions of the will of John G Taylor 1 his administrator will sell at public auction on Saturday Nov 5 1910 his late residence at corner of First and Irvine streets and vacant lot 20 feot wide adjoining both in the very heart of tho city of Richmond A splendid corner lot with brick residence and va cant lot for building A more particular description of both and dimensions will bo gladly furnished upon inquiry separatelybringing the most money Terms of payment will bo 6 and 12 months with lien retained JE GREENLEAF Administrator with Will Annexed Money to Loanon Good Farm- Lands The Northwestern Mutual Life In surance Co will loan money at 5 pel farmlandsAttv09tfMound City Paints may cost a triflo mote bntS Stockton son 24nly For Sale I have several good building lots for sale located on Lancaster and Breck verybesthouse or living residence Anyone in terested in purchase please call on the owner Mrs D M Bright or her son Dr Bright tf HARROWcIntho illustration below tho Double Disc is shown in the position turning Note the action of tho Flexible rjointed Framo Connection which permits the Harrow to turn practioally on ils own ground The blades do not track at any time there is na Iandtho turn is made without extra exertion from1 either driver or team There is nostrain on any part of the harrow and the ground is worked the same as when going straight ahead The Flexible Frame is a very imporlant in fact indispensable feature fajoi The Imperial Double Harrow requires no moro141jabiityo exertion a ewWaftrr MA Ilaniw gSit iipo in const uct oaand easy to Jiandlo and caa W e4 wherever a ric li Harrow esn iirltc d rJB 4 Jtt 5 G and 1 foot sizes suitable for 2 3 of 4 h n t Itit iulB itiWing jnsjritltr iw MM tMotp two single Harrows But price should not ttMJmeOO JCeyaacttupid come first The question slwaW be wlll the Harrow d toohbeUww rk- iMhJt id ojb i to good tn estment It certainly will In quality oTworjt better pulverWag mor perf4ia Iwriiiiii H ttI wwrtft all it costs and more In capacity Itorwof tb ams aad JasavIng oMirte lbor and horses Yoill easily pay for its Uin a S uJe soR 1 f11 that we okim for the Impwlaf Harrow we guar it to perforai tt fte1 itll mid on iXte U tie porcbjuer ilmielf to be th judge of reeuitf Douglas Simmons 9t Deatberage Second Streets 1 J Tcfephaie20 ic ri fct P PLATFORM HUMOR Unexpected Diversions that Were Not on the Bttis BILL MYEs TACTFUL QUERY It Saved an Embarrassing Situation and Turned a Painful Silence late a Burst of LaughterrA Simple Netloa That Made an Audience Rear The funniest ItDOt is the unintentional kind Tke beSt comedy Is that which MS sever been rehearsed or premeditated but springs to life In close straits when everything of sue ease for the ptatfora performer der peade on his hoMlBg the spot light of lila audiences attention through a cru cial strata caused by unexpected di version Some ot the Involuntary humor of the platform Is worth remembering and repeating For Instance Once upon a time a lecturer reached his date at 730 He had to get his sup per shave ad dress between then and the usual scheduled starting time 815 Accordingly he dressed with more haste than he had Intended and two top buttons of his trousers failed to receive proper attention This showed plainly In the glare of the footlights and a bit of his dress shirt protruded noticeably The audience had a hard time being courteous and reconciling the ridiculousness of the speakers ap pearance with the serious dignity and beauty of his lecture Still all would have been well but for the fact that at the close of the address and while the speaker still sat on the platform In his unconscious dishabille tim platform manager rose and announced Impres sively The next number on this splendid course will be given two weeks from tonight by Dr Robert McIntyre who will deliver his celebrated lecture Buttoned Up People The audience shrieked and to this day through the tender hearted for bearance of those people that lecturer does not know why the announcement of his confreres beautiful word pIe ture lecture created just that kind of enthusiasmAt Dr Thomas E Green was submitted to the long introduction agony Ho stood It as patiently as possible and so did the audience but when the Introducer ceased and bowed out the paid speaker of the evening Dr Green walked forward and said In his most ministerial tone I am going to addS a phrase to the litany making it read as follows From our traducers and our Intro- ducers good Lord deliver usr Sometimes a town committee Is can tankerous and takes on a degree of cholciness never dreamed of or aspir ed to by a city committee At one time Elms Day a makeup artist was behind the scenes laying out his wigs beards etc when a committeeman came back to see him Ater the usual greetings the committeeman saidI hope to goodness youre bettcrn the last number on our course was Who was iti asked Mr Day Dr Russell Conwell of Philadelfy Didnt you like him asked Day inn doze Rotten I said the committeeman Who came before that Leland T Powers of Boston Wen you liked him of course Turrlble rotten And what did you have before that asked Day now prepared for anything SchumannHelnk and her compa ny Did you hear her wasIWell said Day the settledness of despair In his tone youll like mer But perhaps the best instance of per fect adaptation on the spur of the mo ment Is found in an anecdote Bob Bur dette vouched for as having been the experience of his Illustrious contem porary Bill Nye Nye and Burbank were being starred that year by Major Pond They were doing the Canadian provinces and on the night of the special episode were at Victoria British Columbia Bur bank was doing heavy dramatic work as the best possible foil for Nyes subtle and side racking humor But In the audience were several men who had that evening tasted too frequently of the flowing bowL These would oc casionally break forth with remarks that were models of untimcllncss Finally when Burbank was In the midst of his most fascinating and trag ic reading and the audience was hold Ing Its breath one whose breath was too strong to be held burst out Into a maudlin snatch of song which utter ly sidetracked and discouraged the lecturer The speaker stopped lost and confused beyond recall But just as tho silence was begin ning to be felt Nye stepped blandly ard quickly from behind the scenes laid his hand on his companions arm and gazed thoughtfully over the house Then in a mild but distinct voice he askedIs Dr Leslie E Keeley In the room tEven the fact that It was a near British audience could not hide the consummate wit of the remark and the evening was saved and made a triumph instead of ignominous defeat for the speakersStrickland W Gil Ulan la St Louis Republic What Is celebrity The advantage at being known to people who dont 4now you Cbasifort Turkey Season Opens As Thanksgiving copies earlier than usual Nov 24 the turkey market will open ovS and the firM of A LOotL hemRrketJorangoOlJCat The best market prices will be paid 3t For Rent mi Residence onsusamit and store room Wakertf PTFer ofChIien Especially night cough Na cure needs a little help to quiet the irritation control the in flammation check ihe proresi of the disease OurtdTtee is AyersCherryPectotzI advlceltaHeknowsbeit t we pbU sraI1 s We tnU 17 r9Wr w TSsu t OUIJ triftingcolisequouce shortderThen csk bfas aboot Ayers PUJ Amllci UTOT pill nfl cg e ca xnux-o A BODY BUILDER FORTHE CELLS AND TISSUES A P8WERFUL STIEK8TM P80DUC im RECONSTRUCTION TONIC lei TIE BLOOB ANB NERVOUS SYSTEM A Settle Purchased Tixfcy Starts Yeti 1IIIfIHftl1e Road to Health Guaranteed to Give Satis faction or Money Refunded SOLD BY Stockton Son STEALING A HORSE iJ A Bold Afghan Robber Who Hal II Sense of Humor An East Indian officer writing of Rife In Peshawur In the early seven ties of the last century relates the followingThe officer of my regiment was Informed one night that a ralua ble and favorite Arab steed of his had been stolen Over the border gone forever he never expected to see his horse again but next day much to his surprise there came to him a bearded ruffian riding bare backed the stolen steed s IIQconfessed that bo had taken the animal but learning that It was the property ota hakim physician had brought it back The horse had been tethered In line with others with then womeq and children sleeping In the open about themSHow did you manage lti asked the doctor If the sahib will give the necessary order ho stldl will show him The entire scene was reproduced even to tho night watchman asleep In a corner Noiselessly tho Afghan treadingIto where it was standlng at the end of the row Sof tljr hissing to attract the animals attention without causing alarm ho gently raised himself with arm extended In his open prim were some lumps of goor nativo sugar beloved of horses and whlljo the Arab was enjoy- Ing these the min was caressing him with the other hand whence suspend ed n watering bridle taken from his wallet Quickly this was adjusted and then stitokln octhingly the robber passed nls liiincl over the animals back and flown the hind quarters Swiftly the heel ippcs were unhitched then the head gehr released and with ajbound he was istrldc and away his right hand backward flung shouting triumphantly as ho passed Thus was It done Tho joke was that he never came back A double restitution would have been too much of a wrench 4 MANS WHISKERS They Should Not Be Renovated With the Shoebrush- If men would devote as much loving carp to their whiskers as women do to their hair they would contribute great ly to Increasing the dignity of the sex A woman wouldnt think of coming downtown without having her hair properly arranged She combs it and fusses with It and pads It out with rats and puts wire cages under It and runs ribbons through it and she is a vision of loveliness when she appears in the busy haunts of men But a man gives his whiskers nO attention further than to brush the egg shells or clam chowder out of them with the shoebrnsh It never seems to occur to him that his whiskers might be made beautiful if he would devote onehalf the time to them that a woman gives to her hair lIe might easily have made a wire cage to attach to his chin and then he could weave his whiskers around it In captivating styles and tie the ends together with a pink or blue ribbon The alfalfa editor gets tired of see Ing the same old fashions in whiskers when it would be so easy to devise new and striking ways of wearing them There should be a whiskers club in Emporia If such an organization wero formed and the members held weekly meetings to exchange ideas and compare notes the results would soon be apparent The towns Whiskers would soon become distinctive and their reputation would cover tho country Let us have a new deal in splriachC Emporla Gazette A Deadly Weapon There is a horrible weapon favored by certain of the hill tribes In tho Ghauts of western Asia whlcli con slats of four sharp curved blades hId- den under the fingers and securely held In place by rlngs passlugr over two of them With such a contrivance Shl vajl the Maratha hero is credited with having disemboweled his Mo hammedan overlord when making a pretense of renderingiiImiiis humble submission The vagnaks tigers claws as they are called are die tinctly more brutal than their western prototype the Jlknuckle duster Wide Wiid Magazine Its Daetiralion- Heres a sIckelsald a thrifty housewife to a tramp lit her forz Nowi what are you going to do wifc ti Well mBta replied the haogry man if I buy a touring ear i shant have enough left to pay my chauffeur if I purchase a steam yacht there woot be OOfldett to defray the cost of JHaBBlBg her so I guess mum Ill get a Hand handle it myself Everylwdys Maga n Net an Unmixed Evil Poverty has its Weeslass MM the pbHoee We trletMI SThafa right replied Mr MOoa gift Itww annoy lor to be wiped X out IK Wall jrtreet M I was laef wek Sut it pot M immediate otop totwv lreclbnacbot promise rake Wah1ostoe Star 4Thoupht6s S Ken ttantic will M j tfcaf kid tfom etytait To hedr v rr JfNj T8 1rn fa bhj thelt eatft lewdtibemrCLovtoTfito Courteramaj jctq qeqilor A- llQttWrnsMfC1il1I Jintner lec Me ii oilir Z4tb1k uwleniniied proper p ly varifled iBflr before tbe J1cfjyol oVember 1010 orsitmesjlIbebaed William Iuoday Xdniot I EeUte of MfilliHrt Butaorr liecdv Lx4 llileh Cte r s4 diNi Cfp tit boras sawed off years old 8idj t RuyncD ooioroi It I l u Public 5 le Having decided to move to Rtabtnond I will BeJlpttWicly on the prees lees 212 miles from Rkfcmeail w Laea4er pike at 10 oclock a m SaturQaYNov 12 910 the follOwing woertyr 1 pair mules extra goad 1 broodmare 2 extra good much rows lfat cow 4 yearling steers 3 calves 17 sheats 2 sows and pigs 1 corn plaster 1 largo cutting box 1 hay rake l wagon and hay frame 1 2horsecultivafor 1 Handleharrow 1 A Harrow 2 turning plows 2 double shovel plows 1 2borse hay rake 1 1horse garden plow 1 mow lag machine 1 grind stone 1 com shelter 1 cider mill gear of all kinds and great many other things too numerous to mention such as tools and tool boxes of all k1n4nd also some house hold goods At samo time and place will rent 230 acres of tine blue grass land well fenced and watered Terms made known on day of sale MRS NAJJHIE DOUGLAS Long Tom Chenault Auctio- neerAdministrators Sale As Administrator of James Erskine deceased wo will offer at public sale on Wednesday Nov 1610 beginning at ton oclock a m at his late residencoat Cleveland better known as Clays Ferry at the Kentucky river on the Richmond pike about half way between Lexington and Richmond and in Fayette countY1 Kentucky the following personalproperty towil 5 head of work mules muloI in about 8000 Ibs of tobacco 48 barrels of corn Twothird interest in about 40 bbls corn allin field Hot of lumber consisting of ash and oak 2 complete saw mills running order 1 buggy and harcess 1 lot blacksmith tools 1 lot of mill fixtures 1 safe 1 lot of fence staves 1 lot of poplar and black walnut logs 1 wagon frame and bed Hot of plows 1 harrow 2 mowing machinesS1 pair stock scales Aid other property too numerous to name here Terms All sums of ten 1000 dollars cash in hand and over this amount the purchaser is to execute his note with approved security before tile prop arty is removed from the place negotia ble and payable at thu Union Bank Trust Company of Lexington Kentucky on March 10 1911 without interest Union Bank Trust Co Administrator James Erskine decd By E R Blackburn Cashier James McDonald Auctioneer Found 1jaflladvertiM 1HJ11un1l1yoi1undistand BI8ItackeUord Fire Life Accident and HeIthlBS ance in the very best old line CosapiMiie Wm S Broaddus Agt tf TR Pennington Dentist Oflice next door to Government build Iii Richmond Ky Dan H Breck life fire and accident insurance tf Lumber For SaleJ Barn bills and all kinds rough lumber In04lkpoplar and pine Tobacco sticks Poplar laths Write J A STBVKXS WT HICKS tf Richmond Ky Estrayed Estrayed frommy place near Kirks ville Ky on Oct 3rd one black mare mule with mealy nose good flesh and 14 12 hands high Information lead ing to her recovery will bo liberally rewarded Hargis Brandenburg Kirks ville Ky 10124t Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets do not sicken or gripe and may be 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 regulating the bowels For sale by all dealers nlm Mrs Maude Mackey Walk ersHair Dressing Parlor Come in and have your hair dressed in the newest style braids and puffs made to order Braids restored to natural color Highest prices paid for combings Two doors above Stocktons drug store on Main street Oflico phone 515 residenc0202G Mo- Posted We the undersigned strictly forbid hunting trapping or any kind of tres passing on our premises and will prose cute offenders Paralee Fitzpatrick Geo Fitzpatrick Why You Should Give Me Your Magazine Business- I can save you money because my prices are tho lowest I 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 adjustmentof any complaints and will take care of you changes of address so you wont miss any copies I will call at any time and quoto best prices on any list of Magazines but I wont waste your time because my time is my living Send your order now to- THOMAS C Tunrns Richmond Ky jllJ l The Boy With A Wdfcftt- o f alw 1 the wngr tais eomjwnioos Hyoa want tojaake yonr orUYIM- pjly Rive him a wteh tt will keep realtime M pl jwiofaefe fe very little Money MIEMa Wcs you oars to pay egiaw tee all watches we handle aM ka wntee of this jewelry streJB eftB seftetliiBg F J1 YEAGER MAIN STREET RIChMOND XJ2TIICKY t ARE l Ift Ypr 0 UItI T rilV i1r it 1 1 v 1 Ii Interested in Lumber L th hingles Doors Sash EIG Jf so see r tA r df jlJL1- dJ = Todd dwards Lunik Co 1Phone lt0 Csraer Maia Ofchird PRUDENCE SHOULD LEAD YOU to deposit your money in a good bank rather than keep it whore it is exposed to all kinds of risks lithe State Bank Trust Co offered no other inducement than a secure place to keep your cash it would be well worth your whije to open an account there But it offers many others Come and ask any of the officers what they are State Bank Trust Co Richmond Ky 1Richmond K The Best in JeweIrom t Invites You to This Store 1 r We gathered from everywhere guuaanaeu Ttliyvo atsaiskingH your opinion of our stock as a wholo Woask for criticismsrequest your critical looking And wIzen you 11I9fcenitid boughC wo are sure you will carry amY an impression that wjlll be siirp to bring you 4 back Its your privilege to buy or look Just as you pjease and 1fs Jliyou only look youre welcome LE iASN1t i Big Watch Sign 210 Main Street W E LEA General Farmers Tobacco 642 676 South 4 Broaclway LEXDJGTO KY r TQiBACCO SALESf v ThrSoftbe ur 1 57JJUtfE1 Or Mr Lea lisa had a lifelonexgei ieme asa successful e- cH iul study of every phase of the business IIiotonly considered a ru8 8ftl haa3creJ idge ofUbac l 6 eofthd best in the trade cl IDe We were fortae in securing the seiileee iJ oL J M P1c1 t pion 1eanti the CaroJina jtiti t 9tr tlAaa i bu ii lid tha e t y j1 cftf r Athy ilmSa J LiYoarsLruly cn COMiNSJL Seeers to Burley Looaeoj fliesJ Both Phones 6T7 LEXINGTON JIIV i2 i2 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 corn modious drawers the completeness of their conveniences And finally note how moder ately even the most elaborate case is priced BENNETIdHIGGINS L UNDERTAKING Tell Central to Give You 110 when need a fresh supply of coaL Down will go your order on our order book and quickly as possible the coal will be at your door Good Clean Coal Telephone HO r J3ff51 Red Ash Jellico- We have tho exclusive sale A trial order will convince you that oars lea little better than you have been jrettinjr elsewhere and posaiblyleas Fall Veigh or Coal Forfeited WWBroaddosCo Orchard Street Lime Cement Etc House for rent In good condition apply Cut Kate Groceries either 2 or 3 101241 FOR RENT My house on West Main street for tho year of 1911 Mrs J Speed Smith Come to Owen McKee Richmond Ky for dry goods and notions Others do and why not you tf LOSTAt Madison county stock yards Monday three teated cow white and red spotted weight about 930 Ibs Liberal reward John M Elliott Rice Station Ky Corn was offered on tho streets at CO per bushel last week with few buyers with tho Supply o mlng in abundantly tho price is expected to drop to 8200 by the first of the year The Climax numbers goodly number of colored folks among its subscribers both in Madison county and out All former colored residents of this county who now reside in other sections of the state reid the Climax and are anxious about its coming each week John Wagers received the post ten- days several car loads of cattle purchas ed sometime ago at S 550 From Irvine Hume he received 50 that averaged 1375 from Warfield Bennett CO heacI which averaged 1400 They good exporters Win Jjangford sold 2 car loads of fat cattle to James McKin ney for 5 14 cents Mr Norris cittlc buyer was here last week and made many purchases among them 350 hfau uf J M Histaff average weight 1500 pounde at cents 150 of J T Highland average weight 1JOO pounds at 0 cents and CO of FL C Hall average 1450 pounds at cts These cattle were bought for the Baltimore market as were all the cattle Norris purchased W B Greene purchased of B F Mark 40 cattle average 1400 Ibs i L1ha prevailing prices There are yet cattle for the export market 9e4d is the county Mt terling Adv I Eclipse There will be an eclipse of the moon ea next Wednesday the lath visible to Richmond people and vicinity Meet Monday The stockholders of tho Richmond BYe Ball Club will hold a very important meeting next Monday evening the 14th la the Elks Club rooms which U stockholders are urged to attend From Louisiana As interesting letter from Mrs L Xkard80B who resides in Delta La has bees received by the Climax She oaat do without Hand refers to the Climax as tke dear old Richmond paper LandSales James JEL Gantry as exeeuter of Josiah Geatry sold last week 70 acres of Jssd ea Dreaming Creek near Union fflrmpwMreteWiiiiftaGoMM He aiao sett 16 aeres to James Nokad at r 1M aiigHre Notice t l4iy Silver Creek Red Boar aftBlHlatrr dared I kv tcsae some nice xboate krgs Mtaofh for 1 Jpt4 L Ho Th Hunters Fields Will be Full of Nimrods on Next Tuesday When the Law Expires The fields in Madison parts of Jack son and Estill counties where it is known Bob White abounds will be filled next Tuesday with hunters for tho game law expires and the sport it is predicted vill be as good as was over known in this section Guns are be ing polished up and put in the best condition possible dogs have been given a final preparation and everything has been put in readiness by the Rich mond hunters who never start out on such a trip without being ready Tho most popular section for the hunters in this county is that which borders on Estill The birds are said to be plentiful there this year oven a manylocalitiesbirds have been seen of late The Millers Creek section of Estill is also somewhat of a hunters paradise and many a shot will be fired there dur ing the season Madison county possesses many fine field dogs perhaps more than any other county its size in thestate chiefly on account of having so many enthusiastic hunters who take great pride in training the dogs and goodJudgeClerk Terrell will spend a week with J R Dunbar in the eastern part of the county They are both export shots and will bring back a good bag Jennings Maupin and T T Covington will spend several days with Deputy Circuit Clerk James Wood Wagers and try tho fields in the Muddy Creek section and will also hunt on Slate Lick These gentle men are also nifty shots and never fail to return with plenty of game Messrs Harvey Chcnault Harry Blanton and Walter Chenault like Laurel county for the sport and will spend their hunting vacation there Those who will try their luck in Madison and parts of Jackson Rock castle and Estill lire A D Miller Tevis Hugely R C H Covington J T Cobb Wm Luxon T J Moberly MC Kellogg CapDickerson Charles Terrell J S Sewell R E Turley S H Tharpe Wm Langford J J Embry D II Breck Martin Gentry Phil Moynihan S L Black H L Perry Chas Higgins Harris Crook D B Shackelford W M Creekmore n F Powers J D Simmons J J Greenleaf Dr Moss Gibson Joe P Chenault and Wm SmithTho man that cant shoot is in hard lines for his quail meat now unless a close friend desires to open his heart and divide his bag for it is against the law to sellor ship them out of the state Many quail siippors have been planned to be strictly stag affairs by a number of the above named gentlemen Ideal The outdoor work on the farm has been going on with much vigor during these days of ideal weather The wheat is all in and everything is ready for the winter Corn is cut and ready for shucking extra housing for the stock has been put up and this without ex perioncingan disagreeable weather Farm Sold Joseph H Smith sold last week to Robert Lakes a farm of 520 acres situated in the CrooksvHle neighborhood of this county on Muddy Creek for 23000 Mr Lakes has been living on a farm near the one he has just purchased Mr Smith will move to Fayette where a short time ago he purchased an interest in a 700 tract of land with his father LrThosJSmithStole GooseS- ome miscreant who would do most anything mean made away with a big fat goose belonging to the First street merchant A Dobrowsky one day last week The merchant had been keeping this one for a sumptuous feast and had fed it carefully It was stolen from his backyard He thinks he has a good clue to the thief and will prosecute vig orously Federal Court The regular faR term of the United States court will be held in thy city beginning next Monday the 14th There are about twenty oases for mooashlnlog to come before this term M Frazier of Clay county Js the latest shiner having been brought in last Saturday by Deputy Billy Nays The worm was a1Obrougbtaloagas evidence He was lodged in jail here to await the graad jury for Unole Sara Pension Money Maay eld ftridiers were made glad last week by pension voucher whlefc are due eve iy three months After the usual witMMiftg by the County Ctek or a notary pabltoi they are MuiDMt- ot1MpiOoDeprtMent for the ppQMiary doewaect calling roRtite HK ey The County Clerk Magistrate erlfcrtary Pabltc eaa bylaw certify to yiiMlia WHtehar Tbre are many pjariiM H1agpI to Xadiaoa county TiiHm who were sOlIssd at Uu Ie siAakst wsa 1 11 r Prof Coates Is Offered a Hfeh Honor and 1Mg Salary If He Chooses to Accept Prof Thowas J Coatee who has been superintendent of the Bieh mend High School for several years and an educa tor widely known has just beeR offeredi the position of State Supervisor Public Schools which appointment eemec from Dr Wlafcliffe Rose Wash lagton D C at tins bead of the General Educational Board The position is for life and good behavior and carries with it a salary of 83000 Prof Coates has sixty days in which to make his decision and up until today ho was very much undecided His leaving Richmond would be ex ceedinglyregretted Of course he would make this city headquarters but he would be away most of his time There are two names in the appointment the other being that of Prof Mcllcnry Rhodes of Owensboro superintendent of the schools there In appointing two it Is the purpose of the Board for one to take charge of the rural work and one tho city work Prof Coates is so salaryhaschanges On several occasions he has turned down substantial increases on account of the narrow field of labor The Board has millions in its endowment fund and only tho interest is used in deferring the expenses of those super visors in each state There are two departments to the Oen eral Board a northern and southern di vision and it is the purpose in creating these offices to bring about uniformity in tho methods of instruction and gen oral school work in Kentucky and to suggest latest methods to tho teachers and instructors Dr Rose acted upon the suggestion of Supt Regenstein of Kentucky who quickly picked the above names as the most suitable in tho state for the positions- As both aro democrats it seems that politics has cut no figure and tho slate superintendent had the welfare of the schools at heart in making his selection To California Dr John Snowden of Paint Lick has signified his Intention of moving to California for the winter He has tired of the wretched weather which Kentucky is burdened with during the winter months and is anxious to go whore the breezes are balmy and the sun shines all the winter Tho doctor is a great lover of nature and will spend all of time fishing and hunting in the far state Richmond Won The Richmond Colored Football team still remain champions of tho South Wednesday they met and defeated the strong Lexington team by tho score of 15 to 0 at Pioneer Park before a largo crowd made up mostly of white people As this was the first game of the season the local team made several very costly misplays which cut the score down considerably Lexington was outplayed at every point The game was preceded by a parade of the two teams Old Cedar An evidence of tho lasting qualities of cedar was brought to light last week when an old log was excavated from tho banks of Dix river where the new waterworks dam is being built Tho section of cedar timber had been used fifty years of more ago when the old Yeager mill was in operation at this point Tho cedar was in perfect state of preserva tion and quite a number of Danville gentlemen secured enough of tho old log to make walking canes Danville Adv Won the Ten Mrs J A Todd of Big Hill avenue won the ten dollars offered by Luman d Higgins to the person holding the luck card that contained nearest the time that tho clock would stop A customer was given a card with each purchase Saturday tho face of tho big time piece that has been exhibited in the show window of this firm for several weeks was uncovered and the hands pointed to 11 oclock one minute and fifty one seconds Mrs Todd held the card that numbered 11 oclock 2 minutes and- 3 seconds being 12 seconds off She wa awarded the prize and received the conS gratulations of her friends and who anxiously awaited the result Richmond Won The Clays Business College of Lexington was no match for the Richmond High School foot ball team last Friday evening and the score was 27 to 0 at thi end of the game in favor of tho home boys The contest took place at Pioneer park and a good size crowd was out to witness it and cheer for the home boys On account of their close score at Paris Saturday and the untimely do feat the Richmond boys had blood in their eyes and made every minute of play a winning one Their opponents wore just outclassed The stars for the homo team were Harry Rice George Gumbert and Frank Dovore who made long gains around tho opponents ends and thru the lino New Lines Will Be Run Into Richmond By Berea Telephone Co The Boron Telephone Company which has been operating In this county for the past fifteen years but never entering Richmond with its lines are preparing to put la an uptodate metalic circuit which will give excellent service between this city and Boron and stations along the line The Berea company has heretofore stopped at Rogersvilie with its lines and the local service was gained by the East Tennessee connecting there A construction gang is at work putting in new poles and copper wires will be niB between this city and Berea These will connect with the local exchange of Jthe Bast Tenaewee Co The completion of these ts will be aot later than JaRIIMY1st1 Doing Well The naoy friends of Mr JoJmT Embry are gratified at Ute snoeew JM is making in his adopted home ia Oregea Mr Bmbry left Xon oouHty whore Iw was born and reared seyemt years age end after visiting many places In the west with a view to locating finally fcw4ed ki Hermtelofl Drage He has a geveromaat claim aad mwt reSWe OB it forvsals eJMoan cure a deed BeJa1AAdlelk for from 318 to MOO la that section Ajiwighbor of Kmbrys raked O4OutiE of onion oa a plot gteucd K feet square1 ao4 add them ai S eta per pound Another MiItt1MIOare iS000 lbs of JMu1 ttm II UaoVwhioh hwealia at 1 18 CkN1is wtavMiMtie over if I I r trees An eaterjiriM e MiMk vmlw ie Mad leon oeunty kPiF Adftau Sea the well known Burserymea of Waoo They have aolda lot of fruit trees this Salt sad made many deliveries Met Meaday Their oeertday display wasuvery fiae and showed that the people are begin ningto plantthehest of fruit now adays Mr Adams has soldlfMftareds of peach arid apple trees this fall be sides other varieties Ho GOuld have disposed of many more if he had given more of his time to a general canvass Build Home Robert Bailee who sometime ago purchased from Mrs Patton her farm on the Big Hill pike has begun the erection of a modern dwelling and hopes to get it completed by the first oft iear when he will move from hiSrhaeerin Richmond to the country pttJN Mr Sallee sold a fine farm near Lick Garrard county several months figo and decided to quit farming ori intofthe worries attached toriltJIwaSays when competent help is so to se cure and moved to Richmleco- uld not linger long away Jreli b country however and some months ago he decided that it was better living SB the farm where a man does not have Gi wear his best clothesall the time Dr White Out The many friends of Dr W G Vhlte tho veteran druggist will regret to know that he has disposed of his inter est in the firm of White Wines and while he will not make his permanent home In Louisville ho will be in the Falls City a greater part of the time to look after his rapidly increasing busi ness established in that city some time ago Recently the Louisville business has taken on a big growth and as Dr White is one of the head men it requires a greater part of his time hence the dissolution here The Louisville firm is known as W G White Co manufacturing chemists and makes all kinds of flavoring extracts Dr Whites cream vermifuge which he first began making in this city now enjoys a reputation from coast to coast For many years Dr White conducted a drugstore on Second street but sold out and went to Louisville Ho returned here about three years ago and purchased ahalf interest with Mr Ed Wines Mrs White will continue to make Richmond her home Farmers Clubs Make the Farming interests of The County Advance Steadily There has been no movement of recent years that has made more rapid and vigorous growth than that of the Farm ers Clubs Twentyfive years ago very few such organizations were to be found although there are a few clubs that date back much farther than that Even so long as 1852 an account is found of the organization of a club in the state of New York and it might be added this same club is still one of the most important and vigorous of any in that state Most of the activity of the club movement however is confined to comparatively recent years As it is found to fill a real place In the social economy of rural district it is firmly fixed where ever it has been tried and its future growth and prosperity are fully assured In collecting data regarding the history and scope of tho movement it has been a matter of surprise to find bow widespread it has become Thero are few states that have not felt the influ once of it in some moasure In some the organization has been fully complet ed through all the departments of local county and state associations while in others it has as yet not been so fully carried out Tho method and manner of working differ with thp various or ganizations but the essential features remain much the same throughout Reports from the sections where the clubs are found are without exception full of enthusiasm for the movement It is unamously stated that the clubs have become a necessary part of the communities and that their power for agricultural advancement can hardly be overestimated In most localities they are of a strictly social character though some combine stockbreeding horticul tuio or other work of a cooperative na ture In no case has a report been received from a club that lies been organ ized on a purely financial basis In this respect the clubs are distinct from such organizations as the Grange Union or other societies working from a pecuni ary standpoint Masonic Richmond Chapter NolGU AM con ferred the Mark Master Past Master and Most Excellent Master Degrees upon two candidates last Thursday even ing and on Friday the Royal Arch was conferred A lunch followed the work Burley Loses The Burley Tobacco Society of Lex- Ington was the heaviest loser by fire which swept Millersburg Ky last week their loss reaching 3 10000 The society had 31 1000 pounds of 1010 pooled tobacco worth from 12 to 15 cents per pound in one of the burned warehouses Closed Sunday Theprotracted meeting which has been in session at the East End Christian church for the last ten days came to a close lest Sundaj evening Many new additions were recorded and many converts came forward sthe result of the convincing sermons of Rev Foster He was formerly pastor of this church being succeeded by Rev Raynor a few months ago Rev Fosters home is in Harrison county near Lees burg Fine Jerseys Mr Sam Denny a prominent young farmer of Garrard county end brother of Mr Alex Denney of this city was in Richmond Thursday with a ear load seWIthe mountaias are fast deiag away with the scrub Mi Job oows and are purchas lag the best the Bluegnus MsXr- Deaaey fee elrida fancy price for the let 5UM CKmbtng hey friends of lfe at Rive Jr will be glad to learn that h is Baking HlXUjwhereyears AsaoivilengIashehasbslped- to construct hundreds of Miles of rail road in that country andY has just zicoolly b a appointed to thepon of OhiefceatrIetien Knjneor lithe aye tems of railways in Mexico OMbtaciag tlQOOOjnlTbIlIemwith It a salary large ourbto perches a BloafNtss farm He U a son of Fount OCHIMli 1 T11l J aJr rii Y1JL ifiJu i f DONT PUT OFF BUYING YOUR WIN T f 8S U I TAN D QYERCOATI- ts a small matter to us whether you buy now or a month of two later but its a big matter to bestcrowdedtothe onlytheKentonCI HATS We buy hats in large lots direct from manufacturers instead of from jobbers or middlemen as stores must do who buy in a small way This gives us better hats as- well as the styles while new No store can beat us on hats Try us Prices1toS5Caps in Great Variety you big are worn by more men than any other in the The reasons are are on and fit with ease and are used and wear than other come in all Broad easy lasts with low heels or the arch and heels to suit the men 250 to 300 Socks 6 Cents blue or brown sox regu lar ten cent quality only 6 cents a pair The reason is that we buy in 100 dozen lots direct from the manufacturer and cut out the All of flue cotton and wool socks the save time in and or And our time this one will with that toreason we can serve you than their over ONEALL is be at start and then asThe saves us time way to sell the buy us City Its Regular Monthly Meeting And al- lCouncilmenPresenl The of the City Council was held last and Mayot Rice and all the wore present The minutes of the were read by City Clerk Paris and adopted The street made a report that it had twenty cars of rock from the James Chur in Lee county use in the city A great deal of this metal has already been placed on that portion of the streets that needed attention Dr Holton and w W were or dered to lay a concrete in front of the on Oak street The bill ot the Electric Power Co was ordered paid It was for the past two months and to 91095 is tIre Jbest lighted of any city its size In the country and her contract with the oompaay k also better than a great many other of her The question M to the soft drink dealers for that por tioaef the year ia which they was up and length The Hoeate was MM and was Issued for soft drinks Several of the council took the stand that as Many of the had been found guilty of I4ng a jury in tile coUrt they had the OMttraot Hot tw entitled to a rebate as alOMwho had m l to op dealing In malt Jiqllcouncil be and retiira the portion o the money to all except that dealer It was agMed to adopt the and elerii was ordered to Issue oa1llnrforIUten beta in effect a little over three tttoaia Aftar the 1II1IIW UI01W II tIUII ibe eounsU a4 Let Us Fit You A Kenton Suit buildWei in StoreThatif you clothes fit and with us Kenton are priced 1250 1500 1650 1800 2000 2250 2500Other 1000 KENTON OVERCOATSTheres fit and style and good in Kenton and Raincoatsthey andGraysanteed to satisfactory Kenton and 1500 1650 J 2000 2250 and 2500 1000 and Work PantsWe make a specialty of extra Jeans Cassimers Kerseys and Corduroys warm and to find what want in our assortmentPrices 125 140 200 250 300 WRLKOVER SHOES WalkOver Shoes shoes world They made scientific principles marvelous comfort only select better shoes They and styles snappy high Price 350 and 400 Other Good Shoes mixed kinds s 6 cent as sold We one lots and our what It us Our Greatly Improved improvingClothingCabinetsgarments and clean and much and labor goods keeping on you us it many goods named to jewed Stores up littleand you honest only safe Come COVINGTON Holds Mayor regular meeting evening councilmen purchased quarries for property Richmond amounted lighting rebating tkeirjieease operated jat Violated anctlilHW plkybacl exoe- ptoeth rightful particular finally want trade Suits looks give wear Other Good Goats 1250 strong durable Work good Easy 150 leathers they shapes younger Heavy jobber Members other stores dozen give trade keep fresh stock better monthly previous meeting immediate pavement Richmond discussed promised allowing that come Pants Head Cut Rhodes S Terrell the year old son of County Clerk Terrell suffer ed a deep cut in his head last Saturday while playing at his homo oji Past street Ho ran against a project Ing shutter and a sharp piece of iron tore a hole In his scalp making a very painful wound Property Sold The building on Main street occupied by Cap Dickerson tho well known tonsorial artist and belonging to the heirs of John Taylor was sold by Rice last Satur day afternoon It was knocked off to Miss Mollie Fife at 8510 Immediate ly after this sale the home at the corner of Irvine and streets was sold by J E Greenleaf of John Taylor for2152 It was sold to members of the and no competitive bidding occurred A sent out over the stale with a view to injuring the candidacy of Senator McCreary for the Democratic nomination for Governor seems to fallen lat Abou were reo Ived and they all took it in the above lightThe gist of the document was tfeat Beckham and KWey were the Senator te the race and man in as Iiewt Governor and thus guard well the door to state affairs should Nappea Still He- those pesky flies are I us Reports from over ttw oUy that the ohllly days an not auMefeht to freeie these little poUoftow ittMcto 81nceJs screens were remov ed they Jtav swarnwd in thI Md where they OMMlroM ia fc thheneewive K It is said that the more fliM to wu over non bffon 1IM oold w remI to toer tod M Ob a fleece Underwear stores Large Ribbed Underwear reasonable Union BOOTEES and SHOES No where does count for in winter footwear We select these goods a to long service warm for the wearer Best Old New Style Bootees and Shoes just high to insure the not a cent Cotton Gloves dis Regular ten in buy in hundred customers we save pays to Store showing Main First Taylor family Rot show than dry best and Largest CapsUnderwearest care We to to our Boys Clothing dryroodsone of We Sell By Man Boy nothing We copcentrate all thought businessand stands scatter efforts of SELL AT PRICElowest price without waiting price the fallaspossible Council Thursday Prgg sfetercltles takes intoxisetingdrinks XhenaqMdLIaM latter Thlllonse In Good Suits Overcoats Overcoats Raincoats 800 thirteen Commissioner Taylor Administrator All circular have bypromlnent Demeeratshere pushing anything WhiaittltAtr me1of pautjjspriug aaummerbroupi with A Big Lot of Weed on Local Brakes y Next The first auction sales for the year at the Madison Loaf Tobacco house will be held next Saturday and If all signs are right there will be many thousand pounds of the weed sold for the growers of this secti9n This date was decided on only recently as it was expected to about the 15th In Louisville Cincinnati and Lexing ton there are no sales on Saturday and Company decided to hold the first sales onSaturday the 12th Of course Jho local firm would refrain from making conflicting dates with their competitors in Louisville Cincinnati or Lexington Growers from as far up as and Cley counties have signified their in tention of being here with their crop for the opening Md from Jackson Estill and Garrard crops will be sold on the leoed brakes force of ll uader contractor Bowman aM hope to eowpteti U by the of the moath The preprietofs are most sanguine over the oiittooic and will Make the Madison Tobsboo Warehouse one of the leading enterprises of the kind ia the country They have assured the buyers that will offer toWeeo that is cured good order and are anIsus that UMJ planter take i advantage 0theal sales to to the buyers In conversation with one eliMi CltBUUc The aM ala W ItenpIss ca sw Warm lined at 78c Suit the same that many sell at 1oo stocks of Derby Silk Plush Camels Hair and Woolen at prices Suits also BOOTS HIGH TOP Quality more view and and feet The Fashioned Boots Lace Boots High Top priced enough quality but hither Pair quality 1d Prospects 11ngbuyers wareboWIe MeRbekepti wll1lOlitl1rJe Idbl Underwear Rubber Boots Felt Boots Overshoes stock in Madison county for Ball Band other good brandsonly the best are good enough FOR BOYS wish say mothers that will the subject mens and boys wear Eyerything Worn else and line of agree that stores that lines WE TOOur that jew One Price way moneythe only way to and try committee dealers circuit should lenient sith Master fifty gkJwwgetitlMir hoMM mystery Briglit For the the Saturday Loose Ware begin Laurel large earewerkingcki1y slMle tfey only bring MaaufaotuMin fine Headquarters and BANKScrop of tobacco as soon as possible and we hope the producer will take advan tage of this sale to show to the Trade the quality of tho new crop raised in this section of Kentucky as there has been quito a lot of speculation as to what prices tho crops will sell for this season AVo aro sure that all who take advantage of this opening sale of the loose leaf market of Richmond will have advantage over any other form of market for disposing of their crop Remember that your tobacco is shown by the warehouse on its merits where all tho buyers can seo what they youhaveportunity to sell at the prices that is made by the highest competitive bid dar The auction market for the sale of tobacco has at all times been and will continue to be worth more to the producer that uses good judgment in assorting and handling his crop to show to the best possible advantage than any other manner ofselling From this date the warehouse will receive tobacco on its floors and as soon as season permits will hold reg ular daily sales throughout tho season The ware house is anxious that all to bacco growers bo on hand and see the manner in which these sales aro conducted EEATH5 The sad news of tho death or Julian Hanger was received hero Saturday evening Tha remains were taken from New York to Stanton Va where isIlIangorItsustained injuries from the explosion of a dynamite cap several days ago while beingbuiltNew York City As a result of tire ac justbelowthought he would recover front tho shock but he grew gradually worso His untimely death Is sorely regretted by many friends in Richmond where ho formerly resided He was twenty six years of ago That Distressing Pain whatever it may be headache toothache neuralgia or the like may be almost instantly relieved by a dose or two of our speciall prepared v Headache Powders Suffer no more wheatbe pain baaisher coste so littlS H L iRRPHONE 76 MAIN ST iife Peoria DrillDont Over Look the Best The greatest Drill of the age Has put new life into wheat growers Combining both shoe and disc somethi g that has been lacking in the Disc Drill You cannot appreciate this Drill until you see it You cannot afford to buy until you know its features ove others For further information call and see D B Shackelford iCo Hardware Tinware Stove and Farm Implements The Famous Ryi 22 Does Not Strain the Eyes Dont use a small concentrated light over one shoulder It puts an unequal strain on your eyes Use a diffused soft mellow light that cannot flicker that equal RayoLampglvethebestIt has a strong durable shadeholder that is held firm and true A new burner gives added strength Made of solid brass and finished in nickel Easy to keep polished The Rayo is low priced but no other lamp gives a better light at any price Once a Rayo User Always One Dttzltn dtscrflfWfdmJarlo Standard Oil Company Incorporated Tender5ofe Its charitable to your shoes but not fair to your feet to blame your soles when they smart and burn Your soles are intended to stand plenty of use and they will ifyour shoes are right Stand on the smooth inner Crossett soleconforming to the footcomfortable for hours of wear CROSSETT SHOEo MakeS Lifes Walk EaSy9 TRACE MARK r USLEWIS INC NORTH ASINGTON MASS BENCaMADE 5QQ l b J Q ShoesFor All Kinds of Feet f II and See Them Prices Right 1 John E Sexton f 209 West Main Pay For Your Turkey with a chock on tho Slate Hank k Trust Co Then youll have a receipt for your money and a souvenir of that excellent Thanksgiving dinner Pay all your bills with chocKs its safer and more businesslike Open an account with the bank like other progressive people Youll not bo the first to start modestly State Bank 6 Trust Co Richmond Ky f = GROCERIES = Is Our Specialty v Set our prkesno trouble to shoo yoU k goods Highest cash price paid for J Country Produce j 4 I IF YOU CANT COME vr L Telephone 16 or 2234 Sewell MeKiitney 1 40 J42 North 3econd Street N W Of rGrdi8nsfiip is Re ceivedWlthMpthReliefI lucky Through t1teefterWi91Vary H Clay of this eity llnLe HefriagtoB and A It Baraam them thers of Ken Lucky are now placed as coequal guardians of their chiWrea An amendment to a statute which hs been a law for many years was passed at the last legislature Mr Her iegton Introduced it in the House and Mr Burnam in the Senate Under the eW law a man eould deed his ehiWrea to another without the coaseni of the wife nor could she by law secure their return The following is a copy of the amend meaL Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the Cmmonwealthof Kentucky 1 That Sections 2010 and 2033 of Chapter Cl of the Kentucky Statutes Carrolls Editions 1900 Guardian and Ward be and tho same are hereby re pled and in lieu of said sections it is hereby enacted that the father and mother shall have the joint custody nurture and education of their infart child or children and in the event of the death of either one of the parents father or mother the survivor if suited to the trust shall have the custody nur Ute and education of such infant child or children and may by will appoint en guardian to his or her infant child or children during its minority or for any less period and may appoint the guardianship of the infants estate to one and the custody nurture And education of the infant to another but the father shall be primarily liable for the nurture and education of his infant child or children 2 That Section 2020 of tho Kentucky Statutes be amended by inserting im mediately after the word lather the words or mother so that said sec tion as amended shall read as follows If the will of the father or mother so direct The other parent being dead no security shall be required from the guardian unless from change of circum stances in the guardian since making the will or other cause the court deems It imprudent to dispense therewith 3 Section 2021 of Chapter 61 on order of precedent in appointing a guardian to be amended as follows By repealing subsection 2 and 3 of Section 2021 and in lieu thereof enact ing the following Subsection First Tho father or mother if deemed suitable for the trust Second If either the father or mother be dead then the surving parent if deemed suit able for the trust Third If both the father and mother be dead then the testamentary guardian named by tho la t surviving parent Fourth Striking out subsection three the words giv- Ing preference to males so that said section as amended shall read as follows In appointing a guardian the court shall pay proper attention to tho follow ing order of precedent in writing and not depart therefrom unless it deems that prudence and the interest of the infant so require First The father or mother or one most suitable for the trust Second If either the father or mother be dead then the surving parent- if deemed suitable for the trust Third If both father and mother be dead then the testamentary guardian named by thelast survMnc parent Fourth The next of kin Mary B Clay has been activo in her effort to secure the passage of this measure since 1873 A tonic that Invigorates both old and young For weak nervous men Everybotfie It TODAY DRHOAGS HV STOCKTON SO- NAdministratOrs Sale As administrator of Mrs JB Ellison I will on Wednesday November 16 1910 at 10 oclock A Mon the premises on the Big Hill Pike five miles from Richmond Ky expose to public le- the following described property to wit PERSONALTY pair horse mulgi 1 pair mare muter 1 family horse 1bay gelding 1 brood mare 1 harness horse 1 combined horse 4 calves 1 yearling heifer 8 mUch cows 4 good feeding cattle 2 wagons1400tf 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 n spring wagon a Frazly cart 609 barrels of corn 800 shocks of fodder 7 or 8 stacks of hay some household and kitchen furniture and other things too nu merous too mention TBKMS FOB THE PERSONALTY All urns under 10 cash In handallpver that amount good note without Inter eat until January 1st lOll JOHN D GOODLOEJILI At the same time and place the undersigned as Agent in fuel for all the heirs will sell 322 Acres of Coqd Blue Grass Land tractsIofOaeJ4 first separately and Ifeen as a whato and the way brlBgtag lire most Ywin be aoeepted On thk land is H food ho ebAreSt staM I- ceha good orchard sad all won antbuli44ngs purMJanuary 1 yil and tta bataaw In one MM two years fromrJaHHwy 1itll Wand bjp two mtee of equal amowite bearing 8 pqr eenU tntoraofc Lte t retained f r tefemd prm iU rOM lhR ZYefanuary lat Itll JOHN D GOODLOK Zz AliBtiMtforallJ tIuWgTm GtMMvtt Last ti IIJ MfrflHin The Wkyd qJMany Army iwt HAND AND SWORD SALUTES n The Origin GIrth rormssee Back to the Time ef the lefIHf the Latter te the KnijtiU ef the Cru ades Funeral VoHeye and Taps does a aoMler when saluting a superior raise his hand to his head covertagv The beginning dates back te the tlae of the Borglas If not to an earlier date In those days assassina tion was In rogue and in order that an Inferior might set have a superior at advantage the Inferior was com pelled wheat coming into his superiors enceto raise his right band palm to the front to show that ao dagger was concealed there From this old custom our hand salute has come down The salute with the word was not done that way in the beginning with out any reason When knights of the crusades received their orders It was the custom for them to call upon God to witness their assumption of the orders given To do this the sword was raised to the front so that the hilt reached the lips when the cross formed by the Jilt and blade could be kissed and an oath registered to carry out the orders faithfully The drop- pIng of the sword point to the front Indicates submission Why in the funeral cortege ota mounted officer or soldier is the horse saddled and equipped with the boots of the late rider placed heels to the front in the stirrups led to the place of burial To show by reversal of the boots the owners march has ended We must go back to the days of the Itomans for the reason why in the service three volleys are fired over the open grave of a comrade Among the Romans the burial consisted of the throwing of earth three times on the coffin Three times was the dead man called by name which ended the ceremony and as the friends and relatives departed each said Vale three times So as a farewell to our dead comrades we fire three volleys over the grave Then the service called taps is sounded this closing the ceremony Why should the call taps be sounded in preference to any other Because taps is the call for lights out and the lights of life are out in the comrade who has joined the silent bivouac of the dead This ending of a service funeral dates back to the early forties but did not become a fixed custom till late In the civil war There was a reason for causing all witnesses before a military court to remove the glove from the right hand before taking the oath The raising of the bands and eyes toward heaven when taking an oath is of great an tiquity When the Bible was printed the bare hand was laid on the book which was afterward kissed But the Bible was not always at hand when needed So tho custom of raising the right hand and uncovering the bead has grown Into general practice In olden days the criminal was branded in the palm of the right band and for this reason the custom of requiring the removal of the glove came into vogue in order that the band might be InspectedThe silk sash long worn by officers of our army which for many years has ceased to form part of the uniform except for general officers was not adopted simply because it looked pretty It was originally in tended that this sash which was very strong woven of silk and could be stretched out to over a yard in width should be used as a hammock in which wounded officers could be carried offI the battlefield And likewise the guady colored horsehair plume that flowed from the helmet was not placed there because It looked so well The original hair plume hung down on the shoulders of the wearer and it was Intended that it should 1m a safeguard against a saber cut aimed at the back of the neck for the long thick hair would turn the blow and save decapitation or an ugly wound Today the little hair tuft seen on the headdress of mounted soldIers- Is the result There is a reason why the flag at half staff as an indication of sorrow must always be hoisted to the top of the staff before being lowered The flag is saluted when raised and lowered only when it is at tho peak of the staff So when it is nccesasry to display it at half mast it must be rats ed to the top before being finally low ered for at this time the gun fires its salute and either the band or the trumpeters are sounding appropriate music or call- Twentyone guns the number fired in the international salute were not selected at random The number was chosen by our government because it was the number long used by the Brit- Ish for their International salute Why the British used twentyone guns was no doubt due to an early custom which had for a warship salute seven guns A fort was allowed to fire three times as many guns as a warship because in those days it was difficult to keep powder in good condition at sea It could be kept in good condition on land and consequently the shore battery was allowed a larger number or twentyone When the time arrived that better powder was made and it could be tar ried at sea without deterioration the warship was allowed the same number of guns as the shore battery and the twentyone of today are the result Major B W Atkinson TI S A iu Chicago RecordHerald Corn Talk Now is the time to gather your seed corn that is if you have well bred corn of some standard variety such as Boone County White or Reids Yellow dent perfectlyInunmixed with any ether kind of ern for mixed ears will not breed on uniformly Rut you can not select Uw Uunl8flll you know the standard of perfect n of the respective variety you are growing and which is adopted in this State by the Kentucky Corn Growers Association The following are the petals used as the score card by the State Association andall Madison county growers who expect te tertke Turley Evans eon test sfeowH rea4 carefully Per et UaltoraHy of exkibitorOMt J3L4 Cirwmfofmoo of 1iMu55 Npo JfNI i L58 Balis ef arr u1 Kernel sinifse 5- S Xorftel slap 5 Oaler k grate MMl w 16 IU Space beIviIeIIs1 botwoia kakn1 eofarS 11 lVltaJkrolMiI ei MR10I1- tTrtMilN to tyrpo10i- I Propordoaotwdoonlio co lb T 1 4eGcs1cCieay clcariCdMatiaJuc oa the EverybOcIy Meit 31- 0IIc 2tG ioe e 2- 1Ytw i 4 This rfpresents a fait ra tioh for aLman for a year But some people eat and at andgro thinner This mean a d fectiTe digestion and unsuitable food Alarge size bottle o- fSjGotts Emulsion equals nourishing properties ten pounds of meat Your physician can tell you how it does it ron SALE BY ALL nacaoisra Send 1i flame c t p er4 tbU 4 for or betntUal Baring B6akan4 Childs hBoo1IEtch bank eontalni a Good Luck SCOTT t BOVNE 409 Peer St New York THE SPITBALL It Takes Great Strength and Speed to Pitch It Properly Describing the spitball la baseball and the way it is pitched Hugh S Fullerton in the American Magazine saysThere came into baseball in 1003 a ball which came near revolutionizing the game and brought a new era oC pitching made great pitchers Out of hasbeens and poor hitters out of once mighty sluggers The ball is pitched with two sometimes with three fingers held on one side of the ball and with the thumb or grippodopposite side of the sphere The top of the ball is made slippery at the point of contact with tho fingers so that the sphere slides off the fingers with the minimum of friction while the thumb pressed hard against the seam gives the maximum of friction the result being that the ball leaving the hand takes heavy English from the thumb and starts revolving rapidly in the d- ireUon opposite to that in which itnaturally would rotate Therefore it whirls rapidly for a short distance un til the natural but suspended motion Englishtest between the natural and unnatural forces ensues The ball ceases revolv ing unnaturally and floats and wabbles until the natural twist overcomes the false one and then the ball darts Just as it would have done if it had been curved naturally shooting in the direc lion In which the heaviest friction was directlydownward and if pitched side arm With the thumb toward the body It shoots outward and down as a fast outcurve does the quickness and speed of the break depending entirely upon ItIsorlackotthebestTOMBS OF THE PHARAOHS The GuardAgalnstThe ingenuity displayed by the an robbersifrom ntdaygovernmentof Kbafra the builder of the second EgyptsomeThe lid of the red granite sarcoph agus was dovetailed with minute prevent hciesinabove These corresponded exactly leepthanthereceptacle Two copper bolts were then placed in the lid holes and at the mo meat the sarcophagus was fully closed droppedininto the lower thus making it Impossible to move the lid It must have struck the Egyptian engineers that grave robbers might get at the body by turning the sarcophagus upside down in which case till orlgInalposltlondrawn out To prevent this they filled the lower holes with wax and made the bolts hot Upon the lids being placed In position the bolts melted their way intothe wax and upon cool Jag became so firmly fixed that noth lug short of complete destruction could open the royal tomb It must have been a herculean labor to hew the whole edge away but that Iswlatgrae desecrators did nUll the wax can still be seenin the bore holes New York Sun The House Fly Tile reminiscent man suddenly found a gap In the conversatio- ni was in Kansas ace he began when one of those old time cyclones struck the town I happened to be la my brothers house at the moment and heard the roar of the comiug windlknew enough to run out in the street and lie down in the gutter with ray postThetown Syyou ought to save seen the house fly Dldyou swat Itt inured tJt mean man eat be soap box And the story promptly eBdeDenver News An Ancient Steam Man Tlerear a host of aHthorltlee Ofl hydraulics um mechanics that couW be quoted to support Ikeassertloa that the steam engine is not a modern in vention Carplul FlatlteACcevnt of Ms travels A D 1286 deocribs a specie of aeophile or steam englae made IB the form of a men Tbto cgntrlraae was filled with toflanwwbte Hqwfcl probably petretaiR awl awd to de eDtileJobs osenrkMS fIIa ut ecryr 1tye mando that I1eWm T yN tJf4LMlThe r Way Di f ossen sty n ny- Macbe i iiJ to k tb sIs 0 ae by nrrtsqeP- l FOr SaIe t J1lia 4I iefiie1 l FIi Wnsftto exc t 30 COO a portion of the Major Harris farm Apply to Mrs oM City Pri Kfr or T i Carjia kbaid ts l1Ut RLT ifJ n rlt SpthiI Bargains 1w tin UFion Suitsextra1heavy50cSu oysf extra heavy fleece lined Shirts and Drawers i 25c Each nfarifs ribbed fIe e C e lined Vests We Each Quti Gowns 48cJ2 Cniidrehs Sleepers mad of blue and white aripnkand white out ing all sizes 25c Each Sweater Coats for men women and children all colors and sizes Blankets 48c to 498 Comforts 98c to 398 Pillows 59c to 75c Pillow Cases 15ceach Sheets ready made 50c O S t Commissioner Sale E T Ilulctt pltf vs order of sale James E Hulelt c dfts Under and by virtue of a judgment and order of sale rendered at October term 1910 of the Madison circuit court in the above styled action the under signed Master Commissioner of said court will o- nMonday Dec 5 1910 at 11 oclock a m in front of the Court- House door in Hichmoutl Ky sell to the highest and best bidder the follow ing described property viz A certain tract of land in Madison county Ky on the waters of Walnut Meadow Fork of Paint Lick Creek bounded as follows beginning at a largo white oak corner to Reuben Kirby thence a new line S 17 w poles crossing a branch to a white oak at the fork of n small drain thence S 43 W 144 poles to three hickory saplings on the main dividing ridge thence a line nearly with the ride S 31 E 21 poles to three small pines one marked J thence 6 05 E 51 soles to a stake 3 chestnut oak pointers on a line of Stephensons 000 acre survey thence with said line N 42 K Jt3 poles to a chcstnut oak and a white oak on the ridge thence an Eastwardly course to the John Todd line thence with the John Todd line N 2 12 E 00 poles cross- Ing a branch to a whito oak this corner on a line witli Reuben Kirby thence with Kirbys line N 88 W 89 poles to his corner a large while oak also corner to Ilulctt and Ned Hlylhe thence with Kirbys line N 2 12 F 78 poles to a1 slake corner to said Kirby and Eliza Best also corner to Hen Smith then with division line S 2 W 79 poles to a stone and blackgum thence with Blytho to Blytho and llulclts corner at tho beginning containing 139 acres more or Jess Terms saM land will be sold on a credit of 12 months except as to the in terest of the infant defendant Miss Gipco Hnlbersted whose interest amounts to one twentyeighth part it shall remain a lien agninst the land until she reach s her majority or until she is authorized id collect same by proper order of this court the purchaser wilt be required to execute bond with approved security payable to the commissioner Bearing per cent interest from date of sale until paid to have the force and clfect of a judgment and lien retained on the property until all the piidIIC110 C Catarrh Sufferers r 2TGo3d Thing to Know 1 f you BOW owna TyomCi hard rubber iivlwter IL L Midrfeltcn wants you to know that hwill soltyoa a bottle el II YOMJBl for onv 50 cenTs Remember Uiis nil who suffer with catnrrabuUle of inOMEt pro- newneeitthghome is put up taa wp arale package and sold for 00 euts ccermodatotlio vast army of people who already oWn a Uyomoi inhaler B L5Wdelton will sell It toyeti at Mwit prkIndgive yu the epporianity- t bogin t enca to rW yourself otikI Isnd W4fsdllliiha witi iaJMi itfC1t yWIe1os1e t them KlM sMttar ii6w chronic yew e tocriml tfMWM HYmtlU UfMMtMtlMd to oIHal nc 1nmotbing tthipp4jepesrtIsiwftI Ma yfeIbetterIn idit ywSmiim En iohl r ftrt K oMt teMfc 01 HYOKEI twtay If yen do pt ovii nHymet mh ler ii for x ILsfUhich IOCI inhalet Ic Notice wbm It ea1 coooen wfn take Jfa t th undersigned will pHi tithe Go vernorfo pardon him of tlw effense of which he now stands boD vieted at the October term of the Mad Np Circuit Court 1910 tOMft Joe Howfcjd c J r y Ctothing Bargains Until you have seen our mens Fall and and try them on can have no idea as to fed Fit and Smart We will be to have you them to Our Boys is for nice wear of wear Fay need no at the waist all sizes for 25c pair We have 500 of for in pat vici kid and box calf In this lot we have worth 150 to 2 sell them while they last vici kid in pat tip or toe the for cold 1 25 in for 15c jCommissionsrs W S Broaddus Admr Bolin plif- of sale Elm Under and by virtue of a judgment and order of sale rendered at the Oct term 1910 of the Madison Circuit Court in the above styled action the under signed Master of the said court will Dec 5 at 10 oclock a m in front of the Court House door in Richmond Ky sell to the highest and best bidder the follow ing described property viz A gristmill and the property on which same is located Beginning at a stone in the center of the pike thence N 180 feel to a stone thence N W 200 feet to Mar shalls line then So 140 feet to the beginning one half acre more or Said property will bo sold on six months time to being re quired to erecute bond with approved security bearing C per cent interest from date of sale until paid to have the force and effect of a with a lien retained on the property until all purchase money is paid II C Rice M C M C 0 J K Baker pits vs order of sale Mavfray Hart c dfts Under anti by a virtue of a judgment and order of sale rendered at the Octo ber term 1910 of the Madison circuit court in the above styled action the Master will on Dec 5 at about 11 oclock m in front of the Court House door sell to the highest and best bidder the following described property viz Two certain lots and parcels of land in Berea Ky The first tract being knowaas lot No4 in block 7 as shown in Borea College plot of Berea Ky Second tract being located on the East side of the Berca and Scaf foldcane pike and the land of E P Fairchild and John Hoskins A full of said land can be found ia Deed Book 49 page 419 Terms Said land will be sold on a credit of six1 months the will be required to execute bond bearing 6 per from date of sale until paid said bond to have the full force and effect of a wjth a lien re tained on the property all the purchase money is paid H C L CO twill sell publicly at tHe Moberley pkce near L tA depot at 10 oclock aBa 9 V10 theifoifewtag property Osoof ie be in Madi sea eottntyi four years oW OM exoel hnt Draft Perebro J 4 yr d stoJllea bs One 3 year old Wc4niU 4 Ofawur DM and making of a r t Hk horse iHdMI e4dnt 1IIOia b 4 hi tke parple 1 Sve1ojir old 1JDOJft ewilla f hy M eJJreal f gad Wood C 1 pair wrk mote 1 Biinfl iinlli n mllaiO b stt lIlU s q ISO young itock vpti Miwy amour thesis u 8 shorthorn eow 1 About 15 head imail cattle Alto lot of farming Tentu made known oil Uy of wvi- eK 011 DeatJtrapj L You Ought i1d To Our i7 S- Mens J tY Clothing In Pure Wool Fabrics Winter clothing Excellent TailoringPer Patterns pleased inspect Suits and Overcoats 748 2500 Clothing Department complete Everything Stockings supporters children pairs Sample ladides leather at98c Ladies fleece lined Shoes plain just thing weather pair Extra heavy fleeced lined Ribbed Hose black rough boys pair E Sale olinctccHts Commissioner o- nMonday 1910 containing lessTerms purchaser judgment Commissioners Sale undersigned Commissioner Monday 1910 adjoining description purchaser eetttlnlorest judgment UiceMC Wednesday Nov tblaokJaekg wajM17oo bnmnrkktss lJ3g5tnO iyeaigqoII wesnimap bnthtowBi cliMj r8Ii8t8red implemeoti See school button Shoes Mooear Pair Thanksgiving of boosting price everybody TurkeystChiCkels Ducks Etc wobougbtjnbig qunntes arid canseli- atbig prices CpmeandscJcct tylateryourjips JT Underwear L Ji Bargains Mens xtra heavy san j ttary Jfteece lined Under fIwear rregular 50c quality r 39c Garment 3Mens Derby Ribbed fleece lined Underwear fI C 48c Garment f f yiens Underwear ribbed fleece lined color grayi medium weight 25c Garment 1 i Ladies Jersey Ribbed Underwear in cream and white fIe ce lined W 17 sizes 25c i i Ladies pure white Jriit sey Ribbed heavy fleeci nicely finished Sj 48c Garment M Ladies UnionSuitSfu 1 cream and white perfect fit all sizes Jj saC Childrens Union Suitsj in cream fleece lined 1 for boys and misses i sizes 2 to 16 years v 25c ot Dry Goods Notions 1 Carpets Mattings Oil Cloth Etc rt HllllE V LDQR2Z Pl1blicSale You Can Work Near a Window j in winter when you have a Perfec tion Oil Heater It is a portable radiator which can be moved to any of room or to any room in a house When you have a isSMOKELESS tt Absolutely smokeless oaf odorless i iJIfstoveondullrithe3ThePerfection Oil Heat quickly thefontindicator always shows the amount of oil in the font The filler cap put in like a cork in a bottle is attached by a chain This topTheflame spreader which prevents the wick from being turned I 1 sothecannot become wedged and can be unscrewed in an instant for ornickel light and ornamental Dealers Everyaltre Ifnot at yours write far deicrift dratler cilMStandardIncorporated I We Reserve the Process as to poultry Inscad the becauso wants quantity poultry issl U 0 f part a G QClJ LTO N sJir Siccessoi to Douglas GQflon t pI2l1 WEST MAL kJltE T jI TEIJEPIIONEfl p AINY I PAINT PAINT7 And plenty pfWall Paper fQl l vybody Our stockS npve I 1tiver QUt Or te Ask J Jlurl1Eithir boutour WMods 4aIt 5 r WLLI3J3DSThird Street Richmond Ky S