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Digital page images are linked to the text file. w n Pages Today Iit T7 THE RICHMOND CLIMAX 7th YEAR RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 16 1910 iWFlti NUMBERF i E 30 Days Trial In Your Home This Offer is Evidence of the Confidence We Have in TEi FREE Sewing Machine TERMS AS LOW AS 1 A WEEK andJvliesthe exclusive agents of that phenomenal master piece of sewincmarfiinM Weknowitit is your fortune to buy it on terms as low as 100 a week After a tho rough investigation of all make we are to back The FREE with t our unqualified endorsement We till weknow I 1ii FREE Sewing Machine will be your choice as it iours decidedto find out its wonderful superiority priceifbelieve that it is absolutely the best sewing machine the market Instead we will offer you The FREE on 30 days Trial we want you to put it in your home side by side with any other machine We want you to test it out try it on all sorts of material Then if you are not absolutely satis tied after 30 days is the best sewing machine you ever sewedon and the biggest bargain you ever heardof at its very low pricewe want you to return it and we will depositedYouvjlj JiI G7 1 = 2 o n o tdabecatwUirt toykeirThe FREE li beuWoleaozh tot the parlor with III attiictltt Fletciler Jeiitn dat Iessiapanolnp kal white etket machines run hard wknobill bearinpt oty 2 onto73e FREE tons a lightly a the wheel ol a to pen4il bicycle with III Jam of BallBeirliii thi while other caachlaei mi ilowlrwith molt gad shaking account of tbeiilontthutilei he aiwary coning out of ortlr on account of tbeir tontr ikattle The FREE hta which makes it filler than a bobbin and tlaplcr than a taittfe kal while other machlaei when brckeaby ac eldeot are ready for the tap hoopTbe FREE it fofwW for years atainii any bled of accident la lIIorllbublloher machlnet ate fall of annoyance Impetfectionf sad wirrlet Tko FREE If perfect eiharf lnle- Come and see The FREE de monstrated tomorrow and let us send it home with you for a months trial I Luman Wiggins Furniture Carpets Stoves Opp Hotel Glyndon West Main Street i THE FINESTAssortment o- fVEHICLES to be found in Central Kentucky are now on display at our Factory on Water Street If you need a Buggy Carriage Wagon or attiring in this line it will be Interesting to com pare the quality and prices of our goods with those of other firms I ColyerYjWaterStreet Richmond Ky Fruit Growing In Kentucky Discussed By Prof Smith of the Normal School It is true that fruit raising in Ken tucky is very near the lowest round of the ladder just now There aro some few places however such as tho Big San dy Valley the Muldraugh Hills below Louisvijle Boone Henderson Union and Webster counties a few isolated sections of the mountains and the hilly country along the Ohio river especially near Cincinnati where fruit is grown with marked intelligence and profit It is equally true that almost the entire rn maining portion of the state with hero and there an exception is an absolute failure so far as fruit growing for profit is concerned Forty years ago our people could plant peach and applo trees and without any care they would yield abundant harvest Since that timo tho forests over a largo portion of the state have been cleared away and the frost kills out fruit Hundreds of orchards have been started and neglected hence the insect just have increased in countless numbers Our trees are either destroyed inn few years or the fruit which they produce is wormy knotty and in many cases worthless Our people have been largely interested in lum bering and in the raising of hemp audit tobacco Very few havo ongtscd in the growing of fruit for profit hence they have had no training in this lino Many of them have put out small orchards which might have produced handsome returns had they been intelligently cared for The average farmer in the mountains can scarcely afford to invest much in anything that will not bring him money at the close of the season hence he has put out little fruit and what trees ho has sot have been largely seedlings In the Bluegrass our land is so valua ble for tobacco and hemp and our fruit so likely to be bitten by frost that many of the orchards havo peen cut down to give placo to these crops Those are somo of tho facts and conditions wo find today in Kentucky Tho apples consumed in Kentucky are shipped in from Ohio Virginia and the northwest We pay from 8150 to 250 a bushel for them It has been estimated that we pay other states more than a million dollars for Qnr fruit which un doubtedly could be produced here in tho state Our carbonifierous sandstone of the mountain section and our Devonian shale along tho western edge of same are espially adapted to the growing of peaches and apples Our Waverly lime stone will grow pears apples plums and grapes in great abundance Our Cin cinnati limestone located in the outer border of tho Bluegrass will grow all kinds of fruit and the center of tho Bluegrass the mowhawk limestone which is rich in phosphates nitrogen and potassium will grow anything un der tho sun If the climate could her con trolled In fact no state in the union except perhaps California has greater possibilities along fruit growing lines than Kentucky Every hillside in east ern Kentucky may bo made to produce thousands of bushels of choice fruit No state in the union can excel in flavor or quality our mountain fruit when it is properly cared for This crop may be secured annually without fail if rightly managed It can not bo done by setting out an orchard then paying no attention to it and letting tho insects have full sway It must bo worked in telligently if the proper results are se belmadethe proper intelligence is exercised in its growth How do wo know Once in a I s rt Near L A Depot rrELEPII NE 66 ROyalBAKING POWDER RoyalCook nailed free fmmedialelyesa fi Tells How Make 178 Kinds of Cake t Cakes of all kinds for all people are best made with Roy SPECIALLY FINE FOR LAYER CAKE while wo find trees properly cared for upon which as many 12 bushels of pears six bushels of peaches and thirty bushels of tipples havo been grown to the tree It must be necessary for us to take up in detail some of the causes that underlie tho failures to secure paying crops of fruit In the first place wo must have a good whole root grafted treo A number of nurserymen in our state and other states havo scattered trees over tho country that were pieceroot grafted arid hence they are shortlived easily lawn over slow in maturing and never bear much fruit They have no top root and must sust themselves by means of a few slda branches grown near tho surface Thcsoare made by cutting an ordinary seedling root into three pieces and graft ing three scious onto those three pieces and thus making threo trees where there should be but one If you have a good wholeroot tree sot in the proper placo you may be sure of a crop someday This the first and one very essential stop The next thing Is to look well to tho location of your orchard Set it on tho East slope If bo apples on tho North slope if bo peaches Set it well up but not exactly on top the hilL You may need a little protection from tho west wind Dont set your orchard down low in tho valley forthe cold air must drain into those valleys and there is much more likelihood of frost there If it bo plums you are growing set them high up so the air can circulate freely else they will rot badly If it bo too wet too dry they will blight badly Dont placo pear trees where a hill must drain its surplus water past them lieu ground is not always necessary for tho production of good fruit Much excel lent fruit may bo raised in bluffy thin hilly land but of course wo cant expect quite suclr results might bo obtained from better land Having our orchard properly located wo must next protect ourtrces from tho enemies that destroy thorn and their fruit Tho life of a peach treo in Ken i r r as is it or it or as your address tucky under the care usually bestowed upon it is seven years Now if wo count out tho years in the life of a tree in which it has had its fruit killed by the frost wo need riot expect more than ono or two crops Hence wo conclude 1tI once that it does not pay to raise peaches in Kentucky Here is the trouble There is a small fringewinged moth which lays its eggs on tho treo and the larvae when hatched crawl down just beneath the ground and bore into the bark of the tree Hero they stay thru tho winter and continue to cat holes or tunnels in the bark Tho attack is usu ally made in the most vital part of tho tree at a point located just above where the roots branch They often girdle tho tree and hence cause its death Not only do they cause the death of the tree but they impair its growth The first sign of the destruction effect of these borers is tho presence of a number of small dead branches scattered thruout the tree When you see these branches you may take it for granted that borers are present They begin to attack the peach in the nursery row and are likely to renew their attack every summer thereafter Whoa you dig for them you can tell of their presence by an excretion of gum When you find this take a sharp knife and follow the hole carefully until you come to the borer which is a light colored worm from ono half to three fourths of an inch long Kill it and clean the tunnel carefully scraping out all the worm dust Then fill it up promptly with fresh dirt or limo and pack well B3 sure you havo all tho borers out before packing tho dirt or limo It has been found advisable with old trees badly infected to dig a pit around tho treo like a washpan banking it up quite well Then pour a gallon or twobf boiling hot water around the tree This will kill the borers and then give a chance to heal Another device is to hill up around tho trees in late summer and when tho borers go down in the fall they attack the tree higher up in a part whore they can bs more easily seen and caught and which is not so vital to the tree If these borers aro kept out and the trei is properly trimmed sprayed and cultivated it will live ttiirtyoiforly years and bear a good crop each years Will U pay It certainly will I know a fruit grower near Ashland Ky who takes out the borers and many of his trees are in good bearing condition at the ago 25 years In Kockcastle about two miles from Conway on tho farm owned by II P Dalton there are several trees more than a foot in diameter which boro a rims crop of peaches this season Mr Dalton informed mo that this was their 21st crop Ho also said that out of twenty ono crops thoro had been 10 full crops and only two partial crops They are high up on the north east slope and are not affected by frost In such shun lions there Is no reason why an acre ol ground set with 150 trees will not pro duce 300 bushels of peaches annually and if these trees are of tho proper varieties y50 is a small estimate on the yield on one acre When an orchard of peaches is once estimated with proper care it will continue to be profitable for a generation without resetting Besides this while tho trees aro coming into bearing there can bo just as much corn wheat potatoes or other things raised on this aero as could bo raised if it had no trees on it Trees can be purchased at 10 cents caclr and as there is much mountain land that can bo secured at from S5 to 312 per acre I do not know of anything more promising toa young man than to buy a few acres of mountain land learn how to grow fruit and go into the business An intelli gent inlustri uS young man will become absolute independent in ten or fifteen years My next article will be on the growing of the apple in Kentucky how to pro duce your own trees how to battle with the insect enemies of the apple how to prevent the spring frosts from destroy ing our apple crop and in general how to make the apple crop one of the most profitable in the state Yours very sincerely GDSJIITH- head of Science Department in B K sks There is little danger from a cold or from an attack of grip except when fol lowed by pneumonia and this never happens when Chamberlains Cough Remedy is used This remedy has won its great reputation and extensive sale by its remarkable cures of colds and grip and can be relied upon with im plicit confidence For sale by all deal ers nlm Smoke Cuban Club JOe Cuban Star 5c House for rent in good condition apply Cut Uato Groceries either 2or3 101241 Here Is A Remedy That Will Cure Eczema UVe Prove It Why wasto time and money experi menting with greasy salves and such trying to drive tho eczema germ from underneath the skin when II L Perry guarantees Zerrib a clean liquid prepara tion for external use to rid tho skin of the germ life that causes tho trouble One application will relieve the itching and often times ono bottle is sufficient to cure a minor case of eczemaI In over 2000 towns and cities in America the leading druggist has the agency Cor Zemo and ho will tell you of the marvelous cures made by this clean simple treatment Zemo is rec- ognizedt as the cleanest and most popu lar treatment for eczema pimples dandruff rind all other forms of skin or scalp affections whether on infant or grown person Will you try a bottle on lour recommendation Perrys Drug Store r no We you that if your hair is out and you have not let it go too far you can the al ready done by using Rexall 03 Hair Tonic with and for of time It is a ger that good around the hair roots hair removes and restores hair health It isas to use as pure water and it is It is a real toilet We want you to try Roxall 03 Hair Tonic with our that it will cost you unless you aro with its use It comes in two sizes 50c and 100 you can obtain Uoxall in this only at our store Tho Rexall Store H L Ky 1 on have my prices for and it will pay you to con sult me before you order your for the year I can save you money Why my prices are and I save you trouble and worry I see that you receive every copy of the you order from me and my to you Dont wait until it is to late but see me at your or 101 C Agt I am class in and vocal music to be a my home on North street For to Miss xG Section jMoores Air Tight Stoveshold fire longer with less coal than all others Ask those who own them For sale by D B SHACKELFORD and CO Main Street West Telephone 33 For Falling Hair You Run Risk When You Use This Remedy promise falling repair damage persistency regularity reasonable length scientific cleansing antiseptic micidal preparation destroys microbes stimulates circulation promotes nourishment dandruff pleasant delicately perfumed necessity promise nothing perfectly satisfied prices Remember Remedies community Perry Richmond Can Save You Monev Magazines- I received clubing November Magazine coming Because cheaper Magazine guarantee service earliest convenience telephone Thomas Turpin Hamptons Music Pupils Wanted soliciting piano lessons given further particulars apply Mary Traynor j WINTER TOURIST TIC- KETSFLORIDA TO AND ALL SOUTHERN RESORTS ON SALE DAILY VIA QUf NMf NJ jJtRPn GOOD RETURNING UNTIL MAY 311911 For Particulars call on or write C KINO Passenger and Ticket Agent 101 C Main St LEXINGTON ti a WINDOfGlASS and Putty lallsizes prices always the lowest We Put in tilassy Wall Paper WindowShades WILLGING Main Street I EHING YOUH- i e 0r is-iC1TO TOBICCOWAREHOUSE COINCORPORATED RICHM0N D KV tJ ro i jTr 0 l L Auctiortwi Daliy iiA SfW1RE DEAL TOJALtZ2S i i t ro rw7 Y ii W D IR E C TO S if L n I J EMeC Million 0 q r11108J Smith T JCurrj Marion Coy GiHVaught iv m iai SSsjc E1 2 iV 7j r J l j J t r Putt H KY Paints Oil- sYarnishesFiclares Primes and Mirrors 213 West r k R1f s NURSING MOTHERS Ij show the beneficial effects o- fSilts Emulsion in a very short time It not only builds her up but enriches the mothers milk and properly nour ishes the child 4 Nearly all mothers who nurse their should take this splendid food tonic not only to keep up their own strengthbut i to properly nourish their children r FOR SALE BY ALL fRVOGIST3J Send lOa name of paper and thin at for ear beautiful SaID Bank and Child SketchBook Each bank contain a Good Luck Penmr scoTT A BOWNE 409 Peart SU New Yak iSeeMe j a IcF6r I represent the leadingiCommission Merchant v JM WilsonCo- of Cincinnatitt iounFruits and Vegetables ire unsurpassed and FISH tSi welt we huge our competitors t on the jrujiu AsV Richmond Mercbwits who handle out iiN d coimanNefiRichmond jtil jwr ords e I b- t b t 9 t h eees NssseeSs Y II40000 0O O0t t000t90tY 000t0000 t O 00 i 1 i- tttss j rts s j i ta j t EV s t ELDERS e zzaae ee e s1oa 1 t0iOftl ti I11i slil lis ToY Our Many Friends in Rich mond and Surrounding Country On November 19th and continuing to December 3rd we propose to have our an byourigreatest mercantile event of the year Out stock was never so large or more varied 1than it is this year Our entire stock of Dry Goods Clothing Shoes LadiesCoats Blankets Comforts and Notions were never better selected than they are at this time Our business has been built up by sfcwec attention to the Details and wants of stir customers We b lievein do j ing a Jar business on a small margin of profit and selling goods at one t price and marked in plain figures In this annual event our store will be entirely changed in appearance so that our oldest friends will hardly know it 1t will pay you to come 50 milestddo yoar shopping at this wonder ful bargain sate We have engaged several extra saJeSpeopIe to wait on you and give you evevy atteatjion Dont forget that in a case of UMskxcid the best bargains some times go firsts be on hand early the open ing day and takeadvantage of some of the ripest plums This Sale will be the big gest ever pulled off in this city Patterns Not 35433553 11McCall STYLISH MODEL corsets which will go at the new weaves and nicely tailored cellent quality and great bargains Black blue brown and smoke colors Panama Skirts during this sale S700 800 and 1000 Voile Skirts during this sale Beat possible prices We making deep cut price every Fur carry 125 Furs 150 Furs 200 Furs 124 300 Furs 198 Furs 298 Furs Childrens White Angora and beautiful brown sable Coney Fur and choice per set i8c Big Values in Corsets During this sale will offer some bargains Corsets We carryR Gand American Beauty Corsets They are guaranteed Itogive satisfaction They will hive the price cut this sale We secured for this sale 500 11sample sale 500 600 398 19 and 25c Big in This sale lasts two weeks and all the newest and best lines at big saving in cash Look for the Price Tags green tans that tell about the reduced price v fitl r GREEN TAG SALE r Ladies Tailored Dress Skirtsi- n ex 5 at 298 at 598 J Furs are a in OD we 79 98 f Setscollarette muffworth2at t we extraordinary in Reductions Every Department introduces I E V ELDER MILLINERY Own Our excellent stock of both street and trimmed hats and our exclusive styles will go sale during this great stock reducing sale at Just Half Price Flowers Feathers and all shapes No charge for hats during this sale Dont Fail to Visit This Department Lace CurtainsEvery housekeeper likes to have her windows look neat and attractive This you can do jvith fine Lace Curtains We are going to giveyou the biggest bargains you have ever seen Curtains worth 75c pair M 39 Curtains worth 100 pair 59 Curtains worth 200 pair 98 Curtains worth 500 pair 298 a Ladies Misses and Childrens GOATSThis will be the greatest coat sale in the history of Rich mond and will prove conclusively our underselling pow ers Cloaks for ladies misses and children the most attrac tive styles ever shown in Richmond nothing but the fine3t materials in all the pop ular fabricsevery garment superior in the minutest de tail Look around first and then compare prices with those of others You will ap preciate the values all the more 812 and 815 values reduced to 993 810 Coat values at 748 750 Cost values atu 493 Sweaters at Greatly Reduced Prices Almost at Your Price trimming rGcCdl Pattern Jfe 331 A STRIKING SUIT Carpets Oil Cloth and Mattings tf During the Green Tag Sale we will give you some of the best bargains you have ever seen in this class of goods Every puce of goods is marked down forquick selling Mens Ladies and Chil drens Hosiery Sere is an opportunity of buying Hosiery for the family All our 10 and 12e values 8c All our Iocs values 10e Toweling 500 Huck Towels 1836 white with red borders never sold under 15c go at 8c Outing Night Gowns Womens Outing Flannel NightGowns in plain colors such as white pmkand bluet also Stripes with or without collars 48c Blankets and Comforts During this Great Orcon Tag Salo we offer a fine line of Cnmforts and Blankets at less price than the raw material will cost A large lino to select from 8 75Jlankels per pair 8 40 150 Blankets per pair 08 200 Blankets per pair 148 500 Blankets per pair i 348 000 Blankets per pair 448 750 Blankets per pair 408 123 Comforts for 93 175 and 200 Comforts for 124 275 and 3DO Comforts for108350 Comforts for 224 3150 Bed Spreads very choice white crochet with or without cut corners beautiful patterns11G 125 Bell Spreads white crochet hemmed ready for use choice ilesfgns 88 250 Bed Spreads fine white satin large size fringed with or without cut corners 195 75o Sheets 6212 C5s Sheets 48- uPil1owvCascs I212j- 95c extra choice bleached Damask 7- OIncheswidevery choke patterns 75e yd Underwear Mens heavy reece Shuts dD- ralrsiOeaflte = 38e JAjw heavy fleece Veste aid 136 WHl iZJbviJue ir Me Men s fwjrw rr Shits and Drsw 81Sf yiaue 98e Mini fell flannel Shirts and DroWeri WM ratee OSo I t 1fe tJ 11 N Nis aeeodioeaieesas0e00 000 tiliiiilitiiJiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii E ELDERS i I ii aiiA5 Y1 + s iire 000 Ot00000t000000t0000000tY0O0t s I Big ReductionsIn every department This Sale lasts two weeks only Showing the newest and best lines ata saving in cash NoV 19 to Dec 3 yourself at ArtACnVE ffftffff5f big Store closed Friday November J 8 to make preparations markdown prices for Great Bargain Sale Dress Goods This is going to be the biggest opportunity of a life time In many cases prices have been re duced to the point where you will be able to get linings trimmings and pay for the making for what the dress goods alone Would actually cost you Come early as you know the early bird gets the bargains in lllsp 5000 yards rice Ginghams 2J 3 yard lengths usually sells for 7 14 lOc per help Sale Price IkGll Yaltai 9677 AFTERNOON CMTUMC you hear of this stile first be kind to yoiir them aboicitlt 000000 V and this and and If 5c yard n rJJ 0 t 0 QCJ o 1p HcCsU PSCT Ho 3611 CHIC AFTERNOON COSTUME I I SatlJrdayNovember 19 to Dec 3 value4red seil 0t7J SHOESWe offer over a thousand pairs of sample shoes for Ladies and Children While vou hear of the dean e in the price of leather on every sid are offer thN hpst plicEsthata slump inth leather in rk V OfcIIUIbe we are not able to 11 siilxstqu tpur lasttheyOne Table Full of Ladles Shoes somewhatbrokensize you pay OBETTIGOATS Ladies black sateen P ttipoats made with deep flounce anc ruffles with hem II fthissale price r c IIqecheiip at 150 sil1iqc IIAwliM bkck edfrip atc II Petticoats our regular P rice 200 sale price i II II nrC 11 Merceri u 124 ii 500 black Silk Petticoats sale f 3 24 II FEz v z 4LDER r t 00c o J KYl r ii KEight Pages Toa r c i I tfth YEAR IIiVIAL PAPER TTT 7 u clc 0 7l tl i THE RICHMOND CLIMAX III Best of Feed for the Horse I J yBurnside lne of whom so much strength speed surely in his as as by buying grain Robinson Plastertand Warehouse on L N R R PHONE 142 RICHMOND Let The Climax Do Your Job Printing Im Convinced You Give SquareDeal The arcustomer hence dont you believe there must be others of the same opinion Tin a town of less than four hundred peo pie with competion on all sides we 4 busiV12500000 Resources Peoples hk P iDtLiDk Ky E L Pres W C Fish W G Kemper O N Terrill Asstt Sell May Manton Patterns IOc Each RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 16 The Right Way to get good work is o buy yourpaper from an up to date w and get an uplodate paperhanger you expect as to and is order See that table is good yours his oats corn etc from Office above satisfied fierce of Woods VPres Cashier Cashier We 1910 Church Evangelist Seem to Have Served His Time Few Seell- Nowadays The church evangelist seem to have served his day He is less conspicuous than he Vas some years ago and his influence is more restricted A new order of worship as yell thought in the church is responsible for this change and the new order is simply a part of the general transit on toward a safer and more permanent system of public expression Conditions are not favorable io the peripate tic preacher now and there are only a few of them of any prominence whatever Undoubtedly the oldtime evangelist found his richest harvest in the emotional heart Are hearts less emotional to day or are the people more tloughtful It must be the latter It cannot be that they are less religious if our statistics which show steady increases in church popula tions be infallible Ministers maintain their people are more inquiring more honest in their thought and there fore more and not less pious but the difference between their piety now and that of yesterday is that the preach ers are appealing more and more to their reason than their emotion And this is as it shoud be The new conditions make t4e- local pastor a more important and influential factor and give greater stability and permanence to the church and its agencies But with the pass ing of the modern circuit rider have come new enter Phone 412 W P BAXTER prises for propagating the faith They have assumed various forms and are more systematic and aggressive both as to their character and influence Out of Season It is a fact but the guilty parties could never be brought to justice that quail shooting has been going on in this county although the law did not expire until yesterday The best evidence of this is the fact that the local dealers in shells have had numerous calls for a month before the law expired and the same par ties returned weekly They could not been shooting rabbits for the law is the same on rabbits as it is on quail excepting a rabbit can be killed with a snare or dog A goodstiff fine for the guilty ones would do away with this practice There are too many law abiding hunters who wait for the expiration of the law before taking the fields and they are entitled to considera tion Como to Owen McKee Richmond Ky for dry goods and notions Others do and why not you tf Read It In this issue of the Climax is an article on fruit growing in Kentucky by G D Smith of the Scientific Department of the Normal S shool It is a complete article and in view of the fact that this subject is a most important one just now to the rural districts of the state everybody should read it It is the first of a series that will appear in this paper on Scientific fruit growing from the pen of Prof Smith i For Sale Few thousand second hand brick J D King d Son tf 219 Moberly avenue Boner Wants it The wide awake editor of the Nichblasville Tribune Geo W Boner is an appli cant for the postmastership of Nicholasville and his peti tion has been signed by everybody He is a staunch Re publican and is the only nervy Editor for his party in the Eighth district Everyone around here who knows the nifty George is anxious for him to get the position Stock trading is becoming very lively these days and several large and important deals were made this week among them being the sale of 200 head of feeders by Mr Morris Farris to Simon Weil of Lexington This sale is for immediate delivery and the price was 44 cents per pound They averaged in weight 1100 Mr Weil also bought from Frank Logan 72 head of 1450pound feeders for this weeks delivery the price being 5i cents This makes several large bunches of cattle Mr Weil has bought in this county during the past two weeks Mi1 McRoberts sold to J R McKinney of Richmond 3 head of feeders averaging 1500 lbs for de livery today The price of this bunch was 5J cents per poundDanville Advocate Notice All persons having claims against the estate of the lato T S Ballard are here by notified to present same to either of the undersigned properly proven on or before December 10th 1910 or same will be forever barredG Executors W O Anderson i Lost Dog Lost on Irvine piko Saturday a largo black and white bird dog with small red spots ovorbody Return to Joe Chenault Richmond Ky i Wrong itforyou NUMBER I WALL PAPER IWe Retire Go Carts We Liquid Venee is is to T L JIUl I am pleased to Cough Remedy as the bes used it has never failed to give relief For sale by all Tho ladles of the Baptist Church will hold their Bazaar at the Masonic Temple on Saturday Dec 10 Lunch will bo served at noon n6t I do not believe there is any other medicine so good for whooping cough as Cough Remedy writes Mrs Turpin Junction City Ore This remedy is also for colds and croup For sale byall dealers nlm The Way Is to buy a lot o n FOR SALE BY A I t rr 2 24 Sell fpp One reason 1 why you will find the most luxurious bed in the 1 STEHRNS Ie FOSTER MATTRESS that the natural springiness of the cotton magnified many times by the Special Web Process of making the felt layers We will explain this you more fully when you call Sixty NiffJifs Free Trial 1050 1350 1600 and 2250 OIdhamLacKeyUndertaking recommend Chamberlains rjcoughs dealerSII1m Chamberlains unsurpassed DOBROWSKY FIRST STREET 0 PRC MATION ITIIJJIDITJDDDDDDOJ DDOJDITIIIJ Section ITVS O R O L Two Good Things=== OUR COAL YOUR MONEY Lets Swap L R0BlantonTELEPHONE We Sell May Manton Patterns 1Oc Each i This has been an exceedingly good business year with us The people of Madison county have been veryringthe past twelve months That we may not seem un j grateful for your patronage it gives us great pleasure to proclaim our thanks to each and every one of y purchasers at the Hustling Cash Store You are earnestly invited to make this store your place r i t i7 for buying and we pronounce that in every possible way you will be pleased x l t I t r Very respectfully Hamilton Brost d d f e T St j j r 3r LTIJL1D1LILLL1I1I1 F tLFLI1IILLL LF1IEJ k 1 z Y Ly rjv ys IpsfNcpWe Are Showing the Greatest Line of Ladies TailorEd Stilts f f JH in the City at Prices from 1000 to 2500 3 C lot values not excelled elsewhere for 1500 to 350GLadie Misses and Childrens Cloaksthe latest in style and pries within reach ofall r v l4 f i ji feverbefrehavewe shown such splendid assortments such nostyles in C S Clothing and Overcoats for Men Boys and Children T Our Suits and Overcoats from IOOO to 2500 are far better than we have ever before offered We can supply your wants in everytlimgf1r p f 0 to date furnishings for ladies and gents High Quality and Low PiicesGiye us an opportunitywe will please you i y Era x c iiarri1011 tgDilt f r Bro Ihep8 ft i l 15 First I MII l t Jf mondCorner J 11Ib 0 u J u 0 KentucI y A Dainty Dressing Casei- s k necessity for the dainty woman No otherartklof furniture appeals to her mote strohglyv We are making a special display of these articles this weekand we want you to see it Note the good Big mirrors the corn modious drawers the completeness of their conveniences And finally note how moder ately ever the most elaborate case is priced I BfNNfTT and ilUNDERTAKING I Tell Central to Give You 110 when you need a fresh supply of coal Down will go your order on our order book and quickly as possible the coal will bo at your door Good Clean Coal Telephone HO The Red Ash Jellico Wo have tho exclusive Bale A trial order will convince you that oura is a little better than you have been jet tinff elsewhere nnd possibly1e83 Fall Weigh or C9a1Forf- eitedW1WBroaddusCo Orchard Street Lime Cement Etc LOSTAt Madison county stock yards Monday three teated cow white and red spotted weight about 900 Ibs Liberal reward John MElliott Rico Station Ky- Mission Circle Tho French Mission Circle will hold its annual bazar on Saturday December 3rd in the basement of the Prwbytcrian church 3t iNotice I will stand my Silver Creek Red Boar lJogal my homo on Big Hill avenue at 5100 Money duo when service is ren 1 have for sale some nice shoats large enough for service W B Turley n95m Big Hill Ave On 5ale At Stocktons Those tht desira Tho Louisville Times at any time can find them on sale at Stocktons Drug Store You can leave orders for the paper to be left at your homo and I will deliver it at the earliest possible minute after the train comes No Disappointmant I put it right at your door T 0 Turpin Agt This is decidedly the time and place to buy suits dresses cloaks waists sweaters silk skirts corsets rain coats furs ofall description Dont miss this oppor tunity J B Walker Ll1 Kinds of c Good CoalqBlack Cool Round Coal Large Co1 Hot Coal Coal that j Makes no clinkers and but little ash Thats the kind YOU want ana the kind we waifc to sell you Why buy poor oHakering slow burning otMtl when you can get the bMt such as BEX i Bed Ash Jeilkso and Kensee Jeliioo Ask about them t Try town and you hive then beeii notified that we sell ihem j theres ib beUer Sis faction guaran- teedJLLOU G RBI r P son Coal Hay Corn Oats Straw r Shingles rgr ASPEN AvENUE 1bGai1U r 1 HIGGINS Country sorghum the best over just received at Sow U McKinneys 2t Let all friends remember that next Tuesday will be donation day at the Paulo A Clay Infirmary The ladies of the Silver Creek Presbyterian church will give an oyster supper at Potts storehouse on Saturday Nov 19 at 730 p m All invited Sim Weil purchased from John Mason of Duncanon 45 feeders that averaged 1050 for 434 cents There wero several full blood Poled Angus in the lot For Saleb Throe nice Poland China Guts JOE WAGERS 2L Waco Ky Will Move Dr Clarence H Vaught will move his present offices on Main street to the new Douglas Simmons building on Second street Ho will occupy a hand some suite in the front of tho building Good Play Manager Baxter of tho Richmond Opera House has closed a contract for the appearance hero of The Blue Mouse early in January This play is one of the prettiest lathe country and is full of sparkling music first Term Tho first term examinations at the Caldwcll High School were held last week and the pupils are more than glad alw8Jashakytions New Grade The Central Kentucky Cigar Co will shortly put tho Governor McCreary cigar onthe market in a ten cent grade as there has been a big demand for it of late The five cent grade enjoys a big sale At Beattyyille Tho ToddEdwards Lumber Company of this city have just completed a contract for furnishing the necessary ma terial for the building of a modern dwell ing for K S Crow at Beatty ville This firm is widely known in this section and secures many contracts in adjoining counties Going Up The now building which Doctor Bert Gibson is having erected on Main street is fast nearing completion in fact the worknian havo mado big strides towards finishing It will be one of the most commodious buildings in the county when completed Smoke Cuban Club JOc Cuban Star 5c Coming In If this damp weather will hold out a few days there will bo a lot of tobacco come in to the local loose leaf house The dry weather of the past month has prevented any handling of the weed at alL This is excellent time for it to come in case Many loads have been received the past week Held Over John Bates who shot and killed his son at Brassfield last Tuesday morning following a family quarrel was are raigned before Judge Shackelford in the county court and held to the next grand jury in the sum of 31000 bail Bates declares that he was compelled to shoot to save his life Good Sate At the sale of Mrs Nannie Douglas last Saturday everything offered brought excellent prices Several work mules sot first class brought 14 OOKi1ek cows from 96 to 80 Hogs by the bead sold above the market prices and 280 acres of grass were rested to Le ris Brandenburg for 860 per acre a big prie e Other things offered sold well Qualified Ex Sheriff Tevis Wilkerson of Lex- legtoBws m the city Friday represe- ntlgtbTJiioiBankTruet Co of Lex iflgiea whkih was recently appointed administrator of the estate of the late Gee C Div elr Wilkerson Presi dent of the lartitutioa He made one of the aet Sheriffs the county X Fayetta hac e r had and enjoys a wide aeqwial aeM 08ftReoUeo ia1radieoB 0 Close Call Mr Jew Kiitf eaaae very near maetig with a lecWaa MeUeat last week while erooaiflftrBaata street fa froet of the eewt hodit AMiKY yen on to Mm and the abaft atraoa him a hard Mow Ja the jinafl af th aaoic U has ROt recover till beMwtaDd feksiikpaw wfeaa triune aucWeit fros afc tfag posfcata ThVeocueaaU dave 4 and he was Unable t reeqgnia MH Penalty All tax payer remember that IS- arDesbr IstajMHXiUy of 6 per can paaD iaJlidtX and at etl chugs of 6 per cent per annum to aiadai This makes it a little rough on thai fca wait until they must be penallaad bfOf wining forward and settling p with the sheriff bs there to ao ee p poHb Uito oltaS 1 baa 0 MM MHl LJL =Local Suffragists- Are M etiogiQ Covin kxl With State COn- vention The MadiMR County Equal Rlghte Aseeeiatiea Js very njueh in evktenee this weekat the KenWeky State Saffrage Convention which islvoWinc Us annual sessions in Coviagtoo Qaeofthe mast representative body ef women ever gathered teet4ier lathe state or thIs eountry are there and there will be something den sure enough for their missiett is a vital ene and thero is HO dilly dallying as Is so noticeable hi- a convention Those who represent the local organization are Mrs Mary B Clay Mrs James BenneltMrs A C Buchan non and Miss Louise egtonThe first session was held Tuesday morning and the convention williliold throughout today Miss Laura Clay of Lexington will be one of the chief speakers and will give an account of the legislative work accomplished since the last meeting Members of the Madison county delegation will also address the convention as they are all recognized leaders in the cause Other notable speakers vi1l be Anna Shaw of national reputation and Miss Laura White of Ashland sister of excongressman John D Wiiito Ono of the topics to be discussed is School Suffrage in Kentucky and a united effort will be made toamend the statute whereby women can vote in school elections in this state The Madison county organization is tfco oldest south of tho Mason and Dixon line having been organized in this city in 1879 by tho founder of tho great cause Susan It Anthony Miss Anthony was tho guest of Mrs Mary B Clay on that occasion and tho organization was affected at the Clay homo Tho charter members were Mrs Mary Clay Mrs James Bennett Mrs Rollins Burnam Mrs Mary Ann Collins mothered Mr Jako Collins Mrs Esther Sommers Mrs Burnams mother Mrs a E McCann and Mrs Martha Haley Of these Mrs Collins and Mrs Sommers aro dead The membership of tho local organization has grown considerably and now numbers into tho hundreds Mrs Mary B Clay is Vice President of the State Organization Masonic Last evening Richmond Council No 71 R S 11 conferred the Council Degrees on a class of ten Another Deputy Bill Mays brought in Green Johnson from Sand Gap of Jackson last week charged with moonshinin His trial was postponed until next term of the Federal court To Lexington John Sexton Murray Smith Tony Burnam and Charles Terrell went to jexington Thursday evening in Mr Sextons touring car to witness tho performance of Mr J E Dodson the eminent oung actor in George Cohens piece The House Next Door1t Real Estate The following real estate deals have been recorded the past week in the County Court Samuel Royco to liar fott Parrish lot in Richmond for 8700 J D Hughes to W H Long lot in Berea for 800 T S Burnam to Mary K Shackelford lot in Uurnamwood for 1350 LOST Small brown leather bag Return to Rico Arnold store2x Read it In this issue thebig semiannual Green Tag Sale of E V Elder is announced and hundreds of bargains aro awaiting those who take advantage Begining on page two you will notice his mammoth ad Read it through so as to be famil iar with all departments It is a good time to purchase and lay away for future use if you aro not now in need of many of the bargains offered Dont Fail Read the excellent article in this issuo on fruit growing from tha pen of Prof Smith at the head of the Scientific department at the Normal SchooL It is worth reading by every farmer in the country If you know of a farmer who dOes not take the Climax send us his name or call at this office and got a paper for him This is the first of a series of articles and they must all be read to receive the great benefit Arm Broken- A very unfortunate accident befell Mrs V7m Miller Sunday afternoon while returning to the city from a visit to friends in the country Mr and Mrs Miller were driving along the road when the horse shied suddenly and in trying- to check him up the buggy was thrown over embankment Mrs Miller was thrown out and fell on her right arm sustaining a very bad break Tho accident happened near the home of Mr Kit 3henault and medical aid was summon sd from the city She was removed to her home on North street My Wifes Family Many pleasing things have been said during the present s ason by the critics olan the large cities where My Wifes Family has appeared This mw- ausioal farce eomedy success ia three acts Js oae of the cleanest jolliest Bad liveliest oomedies that has enlivened the comedy world There is not a dull momentduring the actkm of the play aad the laughter created is Irresistible Thecomedy which appeals te all thaI k reined is natural the music is eateby the eos4iime gorgeous and tire out of players irrtctaw My AVifrfs Family will be seen at thin Opera Howw Tuesday XfWHnber 22 Priess 13XW seat at Wines1 Drug store T J Curtis son sold to McCreary Simmons one pair of mare Lwrip 18 1S heads high for 9BW Opens Saturday The Madison Tobaem Wsrhoms pompany will positively MW tMir openingsale surd Nov J next SaMfday beginning at 18 a m We hews waited hopiac that yrewpuld here a better JMACOD bwt tofeaoeo has ae e1bIIaLs4 on r1ID we will s4rt with betwMH W008 4B flW pounds Let Uso yA o bv Mf ti fiwr hmdndponnoa ready for jibe atafket brIIKill1pe twe nthkdU ii4 flntur 47 ati H can b1daL MT opeoinf ah The genOaaea Whe eoaqMiae Uta Compaoy will aavpry glad to have all tobaoco frowen or other friends that ara intonMted attend this sale Mr j fi Thomas repreeentiiyr the A T On icalroadyhere having moved bis fHaily here some days ago T6eR A TUnenCo of Richmond Va will sv I buyer ontho flotr J P Taylor 4 Vaugluin Cunningham will each gpt a HJer here as will also Messrs ir L Pfttty Co of Lesinglon wa tMfA with seasonable weather to very tkMId dail y san This will a daot 0 Utt fPM iHllMlkMB b i p t 1 = j Irtt- bol Church Rev D cWo RobeHoa Presidinr Elder of thfe dMriot tot heKoK ehurck souVh will iteM his regukr Quarterly Centefence here on next Whiny evoaiof Uta 18ik He will occupy aw jwj4t RS Bday morning ndeveMn Federal Court The November term of the Federal court began here Monday meraln and the court room was crowded with witnesses and jurymen for this term- JudgeCodiranis present and in place of District Attorney Tinsley the recent appointee J N Sharp of Williams bUrg is looking after Uncle Sams in terests The civil business was finished Monday and the criminal docket was disposed of There are about thirty moonshine cases to be disposed of If the court gets into tko Middlesboro Distillery case which isa most important ono tho session may last ten days Next Saturday The first number of the Richmond Lecture Course for 191011 will be given in the Normal Chapel at 8 p m on Sat urday Nov 19 Tho attraction is the popular Mozart Co violin piano cello and soprano Tickets are on sale at the business office of the Normal School The price for tho season is 175 Single admission will not bo less than 50o for each of the six numbers Thief may be ordered by telephone and paid for at the door on tha evening of the first number Everybody should attend these entertainments and encourage the com mittee in charge It will bo a treat to those attending these during the season City Taxes Capt Tim ONe51 the hustling City collector announces that ho has collected 37000 of the 810000 due tho treasury of tho city from the property owners Ho is of the opinion that Richmond is tho best city in the country to collect taxes in as liar people always como up without being rushed Of course thero are some each year that force must be used on but this is very small number It wilt bo remembered that a penalty of 10 per cent is now on for all those who have not paid their city tax This yen ally goes on the first of Novemoer In addition to this there is a penalty of 0 per cent per annum added Where They Go Many Sunday school teachers of this city are worrying over the falling off of tho pennies in the collection box every Sunday winch the children start from homo with but never reach tho Sunday School It is claimed that the candy counters get the bulk of the money The parents of course aro not awaro of this practice as they seldom accompany the children tho teachers havo just begun to realize the volume of pennies that go thisway which aro meant fortho Sunday School The sly chap has got by Jor a big time but an investigation maybe haJ nod it necessity tho council may bo askol to pass an ordinance prohibit ing tho selling of sweetmeats to chil dren on Sunday without the consent of their parents Deatherages 5ale At the sale of Elmer Deatherago last Wednesday fair prices were realized The bidding was not as spirited as it should have been owing to the presence of tho Republicans who wero downcast ovor the election and tho Democrats who were so jubilant they spent most of the time talking about tho results in Ohio and New York and forgot to bid on goodstutr offered by the veteran Long Tom Chenault Mules brougth 120 Stock owes sold for 3145 milch cows brought from 30 to 35 Several nice hollers brought 25 Mr Deatherage was only disposing of n Jot of surplus stock and several blooded horses vero taken down on account of the low prices offered Begging There has been two or three women in the city tho past ten days soliciting funds for charity purposes one colored and two white There aro so many impostors goinij tho rounds nowadays that it is well tobe careful before you give aid It is easy to dress in the garb of a Salvation Army soldier and with the tambourine get a barrel of nickels and dimes This trick is worked easily in The country towns but in the city there is generally a regular organization and those impostors aro afraid of being apprehended There is an organization called tho American Salvation Army but it is not recognized by tho Booth clan These people represented organizations unknown to Richmond people It is well to pass up the strangers unless credentials can bo produced that will prove their identity Opera House Tonight The Fighting Parson that comes to our local theatro1onlghtis what tho critics term a real city show because it has been tried and found to ring true ofipooployonjaughand say to your neighbors it a delightful performance Isntijot met with a reverse criticism first presentation in Chicago Tho Parson which is of course the leading role is ono that immediately touches the hearts of the audience and his sppearenca k always a signal for applause This eharaeter suppwtml y a company ot clever artists and tIM scenic portion blending harmoniously with this strong east makes it one big attraction to bo lookel forward to when it makes its bowl a Richmond audience November Mttnaf r lUst rba also arranged with Mr Manas agent ROtW advance prices so ks a great perlbr manes at popular prkws 35355075 Seats at WiaslkugSeDonatk y As has been the curtom siee the fouodaUpn of the PA A C Infirmary the annual Donation Dtwill be heW on asit Tuesday Nc s4 thet being the last Tuesday bofora Tbaatugiviitfr Our readers are thoroughly na lUld with this aahual event and fratifyoknow ol hearty n t ttbwU response ea h year both Jnm old and young oamnty loDI town Jrtlt ld te koown the hospiUi is honly ChariUJWe lastlt tteo hi our midst nondosoalnattoesI- and k k forallalbaII recently DeeD undergoing erteadod ropafait and remodeling i haudcm mesa having been added and nv Btora IbM ever ininneed of aid from ovrfood people The fallowing is a Hat o1 artIcles most needed mrt lei It be empbwised that any gift however amIIcwlIl be gratefully received A committ a of Jadies will be ionationsI jarsIfor patient trays knwea sad forks foi j patieuu trays iaKtL pappei shakers lway lug rtf wwa ita kobh hiLf Jf2r Ll 1 C c IDONT rift OFPBUVINfiYOURf WINTER SUIT AND OVERCOATI- ts a small matter to us whether you buy now or a month or two later but its a big matter to you and to every man who seeks the best for his dollars Now our stock is at its very best crowded to the limit with fine winter garments a month later assortments will be broken and the choicest styles soldoutand two months from now the stock will be a complete wreck the best all gone andonly the less desirable things left for late buyers We still pin our faith to Kenton Clothing it keeps old customers and brings us new Kenton Clothing will Fit and Wear and Satisfy you better than any other HATS We buy hats in large lots dire t 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 Prices Si to S5 S Caps in Great Variety all we you in are worn by more men than any in the The are are on fit with ease and select are used and they wear better They come in and styles easy lasts with or arch and to suit the men 250 to 300 Socks 6 Cents Heavy blue or brown mixed sox regu lar ten cent quality 6 a The reason is that we buy in 100 lots direct from the and cut out the All of fine cotton and wool of and and and and I We time this and fall store It is now the and best store in Let us you our new the and best of the and clean and save time and anti Ball I or else We our time on this us that it that serve you than that their lines of AT TO ALL is to be jew up at then as The One saves us honest to safe try us A buggy belonging to Jerry Powers was demolished by being run intotiy frightened horse was standing in front of the Powers place on First street and a horse had taken fright at the roller made a plunge to one side the Powers vehicle wreckagewastga though several new ones are in There was he one lit the buggy at the time dealer of wid j that the 6 HMe barrel sht gun was being lypuaedneWetesthe lute ttifrlelc In and pupglln Up ua til a new itiv ntk s first earns to the market the de barrel was hard to replace but the hansen are gradually discard ing 6f M ttt beIte8t alicia till prefer ttw ioutte gee and always wiU rheha his poorest seller was OM frad f the barrel setftt The N lintcrs lesoei tisui koW Its aaauwl fleid trfeto wl UiW annual bench show at QNi Sprlims beglo ulBg U m- Th tM eeco 16 nwld afld will fc ffa FrMay morainf with ibe Dtetbn IS months xrf qe or r 0 The Allag tike open toall fox hounds willbe ruu The third annual bench show open to all in the trials wilt be Of1Madiloojoin VillU u4 ttlof lbs Spring hotel arsprepsVns9d for Ml who atUMriL t fe the seau will be at gued M1 L Let Us Fit You In A Kenton Suit Kenton designers provide suits in to fit men of every shape and build We show these in every size and also keep a competent tailor in our own shop to make alterations when necessary It Is The Fixed Of This Store policyif125015001650 1800 i ZOOO 2250 2500 Other Good Suits 1000 1 KENTON OVERCOATSTheres fit and style and good looks in Kenton Overcoats and Raincoatsthey stand hard wear retain their Let us show you the new shades Tans and Grays and Browns in a wealth of beautiful patterns stylesand every coat guar anteed to satisfactory wear nton Overcoats Raincoats 1500 1650 1800 2000 2250 and 2500 Other Good S1000 and Work PantsWe make a specialty of extra strong durable Work Pants Cassimers Kerseys Corduroys Easy to what want big assortment Prices125t 140 150 200 250 300 WALKOVER SHOES WalkOver Shoes other shoes world reasons They made scientific principles marvelous comfort only leathers than other shoes all shapes Broad low heels the snappy high heels younger 0V Price 350 and 400 Other Good Shoes only cents pair dozen manufacturer jobber kinds socks and and give Coats 1250 6 Regular cent as sold in other stores We buy one hundred our we save It to trade with us Our Store Greatly Improved have devoted much summer to iraprov ing our brightest lighted Richmond show Revolving Glass Clothing Cabinets latest method handling clothing They keep garments fresh much labor in showing goods keeping stock all one of agree can many goods ONE the time sell Come COVINGTON5m Thong that put Theyre promiaeBt hardware esterday the automatic bie gun said eMapwr doablf ttrtiHurA SnymtHnr Monday morning bouaantered time models models Policy Jeans good our Turpin one thebest agents the afternoon papers have had sometime lIe recently took of u leading Louisville after noon here and almost doubled tho subscription Hurrah for the Ladies The Equal Suffrage are jubilant over the news from Denver Colorado where four young were to seats in Legislature Three are democrats antl8M is a Rep Full granted in in 1893 awl this is the first time that women have had hoaor ofeinj elected lgielators wiirvery JiUely be sent from the local kiiio4 Stanford Won- A k o4ee seems t0 be after the Normal Sete i fMi ball team for they have hat nearly evvry game this MUon and many of UVMI kave been hard fougbt The Stanford teem hej swr 014 ted M the lecal Krelindt The 8 A fwrd ftIa5Mons and under CS4IPIL Pak4ere land it hii won ijlal wsysaoapaakithoa and looks after the ly1 JIIi claw a the msnafert or ox t H tan tad charge of th Hoho past five years and UrTA w Zarkivf of thb city walu LexieftaM tWedwesday to othwv aftbe Oom aiMee of the Cemlral Kentucky Association Other member oftbe are II T Matlick Winches ter President ofthe Association B If Renick of Paris and Messrs J A Cain of VenaUlea W B of WUmef sad Mr Zulag Other members of tin organization were pros eat U wu UM object of the meeting la dtoooss several important subjects for the advaaauf af tin business interests will be prw M d j IH t fir iiiI Warm fleece Underwear 78c stores 100 Large stocks Ribbed Camels Underwear reasonable prices Union also BOOTS BOOTEES HIGH TOP SHOES No does Quality count for in winter foot We select these goods with a view to long and warm dry feet for the wearer The Best Old Fashioned Boots New Style Bootees Lace Boots and High pricedjust high enough to insure the best quality not a cent higher Cotton Gloves SlsPair ten quality in dozen customers what pays J Best of for with the est care We wish say to that our be Fit to that sold in dry for the reason that we our the one of mens And will with to WE Our start little you way the buy agooc Mwni heroin clisrgo has Colorado played Millers in Next the little city of Kirk vmo will have the of lemperIspeaks for hours without the stamp his hearers are He pays his own way on his tours Have you overlo for the New has made with a large ad prices are the beoauso we oaa buy then the out of town firm If it just call sup and Wa will wbntt you prices that will a toa sh yen Up Madison to leant of the ne te the jwWlc y W one of her SOM who very yiMng but a HIt k r in Uw Hanard Hlti81Albefabout miles from on Whitlfk41dbiaernor of 11 the recent for 6 M students to talc the stump and for nsveral days be WM witk The and wMd h brad onrtorjr with great effeot on the Now Mr very ft victory ill ohiwett ill a to Isle old friend atd at the Ugh when d tanfirt these and an brtfht ita4 M He later entered State be and an chair years ago he went U Harvard iw law and baa titr greet HwiH 54 z Underwear lined at the same that sell at of fine Silk Hair and at more than wear and but lots Rubber Boots Felt Boots Overshoes stock in Headquarters for Band good brands only the best are good FOR BOYSeverything boys Suits Hats Boots Shoes Gloves etcall selected to mothers Boys Clothing will found superior Style and Quality goods stores devote entire attention to subject and boys We Sell Everything Worn By Man Boy nothing and thought businessand you stands reason we better stores scatter efforts over SELL PRICE lowest price named waiting jewed Stores that price and fallas possible Price way and moneythe only only way to and Thursday street striking Selling- A Kiehmend rapid rewyn benthos BigTirpe Mmtecaih trtftto youoirer and warm find give line daily localadvocates women chowm Wicaa suffrage was the Congralulatkjns following feetdbM ItetSatardayiy thJiedrship maayjjjooors 1BI- talthrefIch M1eiMeef tn1iMBben committee Secretary Glees othMtUm44 and where Shoes great d Saturday hoaor hearing leaving where attentive speaking Listen kelloIt calendars Year2The Climax arrangements calendar sonaetofaraWuylatHLampleswewlU lowest cheaper yeadoPttblieve Going VUJ4be glad rapid teyeta ma eight Xkhmond nosichubU1in kodaiide owdWl WMehoMo among sUeral Denooratio Mwlfdate KMtiieky fttlatideM Whiikwk gosphtcajdeserlbes Isttwr school tajerflos Mm Xpland Hea pupil school 8npVNoh was unusully College whore gradcaied occupied iiahliiil Three study pragma Maesij 3Ijtj Suit many Derby Plush Woolen Suits service Top and Largest Madison county and other enough Overcoats Caps Underwear wear concentrate without Massa BANKSYoungster The seven year old son of William Brumback was n hot in tho hand and thru the abdomen last Wednesday by the accidental discharge of a rifle which he was carrying Young Brumback was out with an older brother hunting and was carrying a small rifle The gun was not loaded when handed Jo himI but the youngster slipped a cartridge in when his big brothers back WAS turned When it failed to go off he undertook to examine it with the above result Ho isin a dangerous condition FREEa 50c Jarof Palmolive Cream We have a reg ular size aroE the famous Palmolive Cream for you It wont cost you a cent Cut the coupon from the Nov is sues of Good KavMlcMpWPacificMofithlyRed Book Womans Home CoropMtoe W4Uitok Remus M asia DeciiosueeoL People Horn urnsDseMor Degaerjw- MBk0 BoofcGreB Book Nay ISA Colliers Wefcry Nov SlK SnW Evening Peat qvk MacaneAIjd mdu A surprise wedding was that of Mr Thomas Fox and Miss Mattie Tudor both of this county The nuptials took placo at Knoxville last Saturday and the young couplo will return tho latter pert of this week after a bridal tour of several days to make Madison county their future home The bride is a daughter of Cy Tudor and is a charming young woman Mr Fox is a prominent young farmer of this county and resides on the Tales Creek pike tI Bring this coupon to owr stars anddoaatheaddirectsWe abootuteV IitiCreem50c cult Youll hail thus cream the meets deIitLtul thing of its kM ever made I Wa en iireJI Seep the qnoen of all toilet aoapc Look w the munezisr aW coupon I3rinf ittotaiastara I Price 10 cents a Cake FERRYtPkioNEz l Ji U rickjrjgshKns Und rWear J ilJ r Keep Warm = by getting one of those nice AH Wool Blankets at McKees Prices lrnnging from 498 to 5 1 500 1 i- ti Besure to see our beautiful line of aa Comforts hf for they are equaled by no one either in quality or price Prices range 125 to 398 OWEN McKEE DRY GOODS COMPANY See Our- Bargain Counter The Richmond Climax rtstKara WEHBDU IT THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO Incorporated A D Miller Pres and Mgr Steve K Vaught Editor Mimbtr el PRESS w v i1ftrUBUSIEIIS lEAGUE FBICE 100 PER YEAB IN ADVANCE WEDNESDAY NOV 10 1910 Hos Samuel Judson Roberts Editor of the Lexington Leader and one of the cleanest Republicans in the country one of the McKinley type has this to say of the result The LEADER has no tears to shed over the Democratic landslide in the North and East and sections of the West The Republicans got what was coming to them and we hope it will do them good If ever a party made a mess of its opportunities and if ever party leaders butchered a situation tho Republicans have done so under the leadership of President Taftand the men to whom he delegated the political management of and a host of other isms have been rebuked and Yo hope the party managers have learn ed the lesson in their defeat that the the Republican masses tried to teach them when they nominated Mr Taft as a Progressive over the hosts of reactionaries who combined against him Although a hard fighter for Taft in Kentucky and mainly responsi blofor his victory in this state his office of Internal Revenue Cojlec tor for the Seventh District was snatch ed away and given to a Bradley Man CALEB POWERS has been chosen to be- n Congressman by Kentucklans It was useless to try to defeat him in that district of the state where Republicans are us thlckjas blades of broom sage The ignorant class of that section of the mountains and it composes the bulk of tho voters of the Eleventh idealized this man In their opinion our Saviour never suffered on the cross what Caleb the Martyr did and they cast their votes for him His book written while a prisoner in the Georgetown jail pending his trials for complicity in the assassination of Governor Goebel has been their Bible since it was issued and with tears in their eyes they swarmed to the polls in the primary and defeated Congressman Edwards as well as Hon Elzra Bartram on last Tuesday The plurality was cut down to 8000 a fall ingoff of about 10000 as the district is normally republican from eighteen to twenty thousand All honor to those Republicans and they number about 10000 who voted against Powers in an effort to hold up the good name of the fnf THE London Echo one of the leading Republican Journals of the state has this to say as a result of the election in the Eleventh The voters should not Iosesight of the fact that in voting for vindication this year they are only layingthe grounds for a campaign of vindication for many years to come Powers himself says that he should be electedfor vindication whatever they may Go All right And after Caleb we wll vindicate Finloy who waif in- dicteand pardoned but not acquitted after Him then John L Powers who WAS imHctcd and pardoned but not acquitted after him then Jim Howard iadtetpd convicted and pardoned but not acquitted and after himif wo can only get him to come liorneW S Taylor indicted and pardoned but not acquitted Of course Powers being poe er of three pardons will have iob vindicated three times This will OHBsfl the other boys to wait im- fieitly mayb but vindication will go anarchiAg oB and their turn will come Iftheyvl only bide their time calm and ooeteetedly This k a great old abater vtodteatiea THB Democracy all over the country liac trtawphed The Repbl caa mis rufe has been t aeedHIHIer feet and W hope tor eyer ad aye Ke tucky lass gSfenA o cogrM8Mn W J fields bdticchefeAln the Nintk district over JJ RepwWioaa The defeat oII8td Byrd hi the Teatb tea bard one toUke We ooaW have stood the Vtovit but the Wf lani JWeaIl over tbfltflfdL th Anet Tenth toWtot Jo Xntucky LeCap tboCIiI s1nrMM we wilt Jay for Mr Lanyly nitdliS Uowdoisth I mdJrI = of OhIO f of Keotartryv tme Vle PUMIMI- Esan pJNlttaouJd join to with f IfTn e Qf ai dtb wge lfPO 1tI 4 a Lt 191 t b r t k Eff New Styles in Persian Silks TENNESSEE put a damper on the good work by electing a Fusion candidate over Bob Taylor It is a slam al Patterson but they will realize that few men in the state can handle the affairs any better than he did ills riddance of tho night riders alone should have elected him for he certainly did run em out of Tennessee Realizing that his friendship toward the Coopers was scorned by many Democrats all over the state he stepped down and out of the race He will be Ijeard from later mark it A great consolation to Taft and Roosevelt is that Madison county Kentucky went Republican but that like many other sections throughout the country was terribley cut down by the Democratic landslide Well give em that and call it square THE Pullman People have decided to stop fighting the interstate Commerce Commission and submit to a lowering of the rates It will n tbe long we hope until a berth can be purchased for 50 cents Wont we ride em then to a fare the well Poon Roosey he gets it in the neck Now Taft Aldrich and Payne are ac- Cusing him of the whole thing Such base ingratitude What would Bill Taft have been were it not for Roosev- eltPERSONALS tI LexingtonThursday Miss Harriett Parrish entertained at Bridge Saturday afternoon CaL Ambrose Wagers has returned to Cincinnati after visiting relatives here Miss Mary Miller spent the veek end m the country the guest of Miss Edna Ballou Miss Dannie Davis of Peoria Ill is visiting her aunt Mrs Lymo Parrish on Second street Mis Sue Smith went to Danville last Saturday to attend tho Rhodes Moore wedding Mrs W H Lilly and Mrs Hal Cock rell of Irvine were in the city last week shopping Mrs William Watts of Lexington spent several days last week with her daughter Mrs Harry M Blanton Mrs Kit Harris has gone to Boon daughterforMrs Sam Bennett and daughter Miss Sallie returned to Lexington Saturday after a short visit tp Mrs WaIler Cede B and Hattie Lee Mil lion and Messrs Cecil Thorpe and Robt Chenault spent Saturday and Sunday very pleasantly with Mrs Dr Grant in WinchesterDr Holloway and Mr John Brown both of Lexington were in the city Monday for a few hours enroute to Laurel county where they will spend a vrnk hllnlin 0 Mr Ben D Smith of Somerset was a witness in the Federal court here this week Mr Smith is at present attend ing Washington Leo University at Lexington Va It is with sincere regret that friends kayo learned of the serious illness of Miss Elizabeth Blantorf the attractive daughter of Mr and Mrs Edgar Blanton It is feared she has typhoid fever Mrs Tom Williams and Miss Bessie Riddell of Irvine were hero last Fri dayMrs I C Yanmetor of Lexington visited friends here last week and attended Mrs AAaller Bennetts reception Emma Watts accompanied her friend Miss Alice Pearl to her home in Haverhill Massfor a visit She will also visit other Eastern parts Mrs J W Smith was called to Lexington Wednesday by the illness of her daughter Mrs Newton Combs Judge Benton was here from Winches givnbyMrcal bar Editor Peyton Adams of the Eillil Herald was in the city Saturday on bus iness ills paper did great werk for Congressman Langley in that opHBtjrv Hlastner at his home on Main street iBkfOr of the members of the JIadksea oouaty servedIaad11UEIRIRa Hendren of Speedwell a teacher in the High schooJ has resover ed from a ret iltoewi to be ab4e- assume te her diitiasshortly- The oflklal Beard of the MetIodjs t church was Very eJiarmfngly enter tallied by jRev Cratehfteld awj wife at paron f es FUtk street wt Thursday evenliif Rev Hugh Hwtoon of adrdonsrtlW Gaf was ta be i41stweek for a skm time With Pr Qrt IlUIoaiI y pnronte to Buriftmn Whets ho has bee- caUd Ia Ui pa qraVe W Ute Preefcj m Lruco t S j 1 f iisisI ALl XrmsdKriiL Oewn hiLa tonlMitKMekM of Mr aod rLF Qrr Mrs Wi A Longford has returned tress LaiMMter where she visited Mn Palter aijgcry Mrs Ida Scott ef NlcbetesvIHe WAS lathe cltlUt week the guest Url9Bil MrsSoottwUt spend the waiter in Florida Mrs Sallie RaybvrR and graM daugh tar Miss Gregory will goto Ltrnoaetei next week for Thanksgiving with Mr and Mrs rkerkegry The German Club will give its first cotillion oa the evening of Tuesday the 22nd arid it promises to be a most enjoyable affair Mr Edward Stockton will lead AV T Woodard Jr of Louisville arrived last week for a visit to Mr and Mrs Jeptha Chenault They will g- Ot Crab rchlrdthls week for a stay of several days to be present at the National Fox Hunters Association Mrs Ed Cornelispn and daughters Lula and Mrs Covington JoLt left last week for Jacksonville Florida where they will remain until after the wedding of her son Mr Hubert Coraelison which takes place in that city next Friday Mrs J P Simmons loft Wednesday for Florida and will also attend the wedding TJie Mary Pattio Music Club will meet with Mrs Elmer Tate this afternoon at her home on Fourth street A delight ful program is planned with The Tar antejle and Tho Saltarelle as subjects Those who will take part in the pro gram are Mrs I G Ballard Miss Har riojt Parrish Mrs R C Boggs Miss Ray Millions Miss Bessie Turley and Mrs Tate The Lexington Herald has tho following concerning Mr Hubert Cornelson The marriage of Mr Hubert L Cor nelison to Miss Grace Campbell of Jacksonville Fla will bo celebrated on the 18th of November at Jacksonville Mr Cornelison is a popular graduate from State University of Kentucky in the class of 1003 and has been at Berwick Pa until going Sputh where he has a fine position in business with the father of his fiancee Mr Horace Wilson of this city now of Berwick will be best man at the wedding Many old friends hero will think of Mr Cornelison with good wishes for the happiness of him and his bride f Mr Perry Powell who resides on the Union pike about two and a half miles from town wastho recipient of a most sundayjghenried and reside in Madison It was his sixty fifth birthdayand he is still of that rugged constitution which will no doubt carry him through the century mark The dinner was a big surprise neither he nor his estimable wife knowing the intentions of their children Shortly before noon many buggies began to drive up to the Powell home and bountiful baskets were unloaded when the table was spread it was a feast for the Gods About fifteen were seated around the festive table The Knoxville Tribune has the following account of the wedding The East Hill avenue residence of County Court Clerk John M Currier was the scene of a pretty wedding ceremony last night about seven oclock when Mr Thomas R Fox and Miss Mattie A Tudor both of Richmond Ky were united in marriage Rev Walter C Whitaker rector of St Johns Episcopal church officiating The couple who are prominent in their home city arrived in Knoxville on an evening train and taking a carriage were driven to the home of the Rev Mr Whittaker When their intentions were made known to the reverend gentleman the next step was to secure the necessary license and accompanied by the rector they were driven to the home of Mr Currier s After Mr Currier had issued the necessary license the clerk offered his parlor as the scene of tho ceremony The offer was accepted and the nuptial knot was tied there They were a handsome couple who selected Knoxville as the scene of their wedding simply for the reason that the prospective groom had to make a business trip to this city and the timd was deemed opportune by them A beautiful event of Friday was the afternoon reception given by Mrs herneicesMesdamesPaul Cord of Seattle Washington both of whom are old Richmond girls who are being enjoyed by many friends during their visit The Bennett home on West Main street with its largo halls and parlors is well for such oc casions In the receiving line were Mrs Bennett Mrs McCord Mrs Collins Mrs Thompson Burnam and Mrs Sam Bennett of Lexington The tuning room was a dream of loveliness Ropes of smilax wont from the chandelier to the four corners of the table pyramidbouquetwhich same gorgeons fall flowers were in evidence everywhere Seated at one end of the table was Mrs Ncalo Bennett who poured coffee while at the other end Miss Marion Hnrnampresidedoyer- the tea cups appetizing lunch of salad sandwiches beaten biscuits cheese nuts and candy was served In the beautiful alcove or sun parlor which was charming in its decorations of growing palms and ferns Misses Sue Smith SallSe Bennett of Lexington and Mary Bates Shackolford presided over the punch bowl An orchestra in an upstairs hall discoursed sweet music during the hours Others who assisted In entertaining were Mrs T J Smith Mrs T H Collins Misses Mattie Tribble and Madge Burnam Over one hundred guests enjoyed the reception which from point of decorations and handsome toilets was one of the most beautiful ever givon In Rich mend The interest in the Cccilian Club andI its years work increases with each succeeding meeting Last Wednesdays meeting with Mrs Harvey Chenault was one of the most delightful in the clubs history The subject was Haydn and Mozart and the following numbers were enjoyed Roll Call The Composers Four SyxnpbonyMonertMiss PaperMozart Mrs Harvey GhenauU nAmnu hhAPfT7 HisrSue Smith I Love Thee DeKeveri Mie 3ariamNoan4- TalkMusical OtessifioRtion Mrs J R Johnson SoaataAdagkNaasrt riekeisCorrentEvents Mies Julia Higgtas PiaooleiM4ed MlssBaky AoieerDouUe McDowell TrqnecFoiErHaytlM RJohnai JkgThe entire preempt ww deHgfaful and hoUuthem She is a ptxnist of ability aod a fiAwthed artist and Riebl mtden i forth njuek p1uie ai did the sjn- giofMryynorwhoed rh heiurrsBeside elegantlunchgram Tha nett JDeetiucoftbeclub will be with Mi TUlle Tribble on wbi t am1 lJad J h 1c Wonderful And Unsurpassed Says Dr R mseo of the Scenery Around High Bridge Dr Ira Remsen XDF1t D an4 L L D President of John Hopkins University TBaltiwofe after address ing the students of Central University in Danville Friday afternooa was motored with a party of offiteent citizens to High Bridge which spans the Kentucky river on the Q G Route and thence to the Old Shaker Village and to Harrodsburg the oldest town In the State Dr Remsen who has traveled in all parts of the civilized world declared thQ scenery around High Bridge to be unsurpassed by the most picturesque sections of Switzerland and other lands noted for grand natural scenic pictures Dr liemson too was delighted with old Shakcrtown only a short distance away from the bridge and with historic Harrodsburg Not in all his ravels had Dr Remsen seen anything quite s6 wonderful as the High Bridge itself and he viewed it with scrutiny and great interest Ho said that High Bridge is onO of Ken tuckys lichiovements that has given her international prestige In the party with Dr Remsen were Dr F W Hinnitt president of Central University Dr John C Acheron president of Caldwell College Dr Garnet It land professor of Chemistry in Central University Dr J Rv Cowan of Dan villa Mr R M Trimble and Mr Floyd Frazier of Mt Sterling and Mr Floyd Leswell of Owensboro License Tho past week has been somewhat quiet with tho fair sex as only two marriage license have been issued They were Jacob Gabbard and Rissio Wilson of Valley View and Farris Marcum of Waunetta and Pearl Lamof Droyfus both of this county Land Deals The following land deals were recorded this week by County Clerk Terrell Cally McKinnoy to J Wesley McKinnoy 240 14 acres 10000 Frank Croloy to Dcalio Lakes plot of ground for 200 Julian Webb to Dealie Lakes 30 acres for 600 and King Wesley to George Jennings 10 acres for 310 A healthy man is a king in his own right an unhealthy man is an unhappy slave Burdock Blood Bitters bnilds up sound healthkeeps you well It Hurt Lusch Mr Lucien Burnam who went to Richmond his home to cast his vote returned to Danville yesterday Ho remained at home for a few days to re cuperato from the throes of excitement caused by the avalanche when the roosters were released from the log cabins Danville Advocate Crack Shot Joel Perk eighteen year old son of Mr Curtis Park of Speedwell brings down rabbits running at full speed with his twentytwo rifle or long barrel pistol The young man is one of the crack shots of the county in the field with the shotgun also Ho rarely ever misses a rab bit with his rifle provided it is in tile open where he can get a fair shot His friends claim he is a wonder with tim revolver in bringing them down which is a most difficult feat Wise Managers Through the efforts of County Chair man Terrell of the Democrotic Committee Congressman Helm owes his g od running in this county While the Democratic gain was not much it showed a falling oil of about a hundred Republi can votes Madison always goes Republi can from 125 to 175 in Federal election and it was the purpose of Chairman Ter rell and his assistants to get an even braek if possible although the RopubhV cans were busy Despite the small amount of campaigning and the apathy rather general In Kentucky a quiet but determined organization was kept up in Madison which brought out the Democratic vote in an excellent manner Christmas Books Mrs Susie Duncan announces that she is now ready to take orders for all kinds of Christmas books Her list is complete from the simplest nursery rhymes up to the finest literature his lorical religious and fiction Among her new books isTho UncrownedKing by Harold Bell Wright tho author ot The Shepherd of the Hills The Calling of Dan Matthews etc It has received the highest endorsements of public and press and is a book full of wonderful imagination beautiful description and might yell be called a Christmas classic The well known Algerworks loved by all children can begotten from Mrs Duncan also tho LittleJColonel series the Carey books and any others one might wish Mrs Duncan also is agent for the delightful Abner Royce toilet articles and perfumes These are too well known to need description andare used by peopl jf refinement everywhere Mrs Dun can vrillbe to call on anyone wish log books for Christmas and will fill all orders promptly and with satisfaction Try This for Catarrh Get a IIYOMFi1 pronounce it High ome outfit today Pour a few drops from the bottle into the inhaler that comeswith each outfit Rad breathe it in four or five times a day Immediately you wilLknow that IIY OMEI soothes and heals the inflamed and irrhted mombrBe But HYOMEI does more than soothe and Jl Alik kills tho go rms those per severingpests that are at the root of all tarrhal conditions Last year suffered terribly with a t8rh lueedpne bottle of UYpMEIt and my catarrh was betterisshelen McNair Lpvalten Cal A complete HYOMEI tl teehM ng battle oJIYOrt f ah M ru rp c k et Inhaler aftd simple JhetfttetkKwfer use costs only llOQ If you DltWOW Ilyomei inhaler you can get an extra HIt feof HYOMEI for only 4HfteIlt tl8 Middeltofta and dru fietc ever icuce itGiMtranteed to eure cuitarrh oro lhilll sore broS or Osi baek- Qsrstaas hI alT iand It lift to phun Wl rWrietJete of ioty va twa ivOi workI a MiSEv Ro- bawiierts risl V and CBstomW UxwUl md ssa 1Iir oxoept1ohly fra4eit- oek of Mtertak Mr 0btaag iiork If w patteina new uiaat riaJc hi nttw u i G f Big Lot of Novejties HiM ROberta shop Is headgulartera for Io rm of lanoy needle work CompI SM raulsse shopping by eaWnc on MISS ROBERTS 0 IItC JlIvorileTOIIIe- lor Wea DRHOAGS I i A BK9V War Wffl CMTiM m tM 11 tile IJIIt KTOCKTQKBON DEATHS FAST One of he most unfortunate railway Accidents in years la tills state took place last Monday evening in Flem ingsburg when Win S Pant a wealthy young business maR of that city was thrown under the wheels of a passenger coach and instantly killed Ho was a cousin of Mrs Harry Hanger of this city who attended the Funeral last Wednesday Mr Fnnt was of onoof the oldest families tn that section and was perhaps tho richest single man in the state ITo was a brother of Sirs Henry Bosworth of Lexington and widely con necte Ho had just returned from a trip and was intho act of alighting from tho train when his foot slipped The death of Miss Nettie Grinstead occurred Tuesday morning at three oclock after a three weeks illness of- typboidfever Deceased was the daugh tot of Mr O T Grinstead and was twenty four years oltlSho was a de rout member of the Methodist church Her funeral will bo conducted this afternoon at thO Flatwoods church at two oclock after which her remains will bo laid to rest in the Flatwoods graveyard Besides her father she is survived by three sisters and two brothers Mrs Martin Gentry Misses Katie And Maud Grinstead and Messors Jim and Ed Grinstead to all of whom the sympathy of many friends is extended Mr Riley F Spears long a resident of Jessamine county a widely known citi zen in the Bluegrass region of tire stoW is dead at thonpo old age of seventy While passing away suddenly it was peaceful and as ho had always wished it to bo at the end of lifes journey His demise occurred Friday at hishome in Lexington Mr Spears was a native of Jessamine county and for fifty years he was a leading citizen Tho little hamlet of Spears just over the Madison line in Jessamine was named in honor of this gentleman who conducted a Gener al Merchandise business there for forty years Three years ago on account of his advanced age ho decided to move to Lexintgon and pass tho declining years of life in quietude together with his estimable wife Besides her he is survived by Mesdames T T Covington Edgar Turley Benjamin Boggs and Joe Chcnault of this county and Messrs Louis Spears of New York Wm Spears of Oklahoma City and Cave Spears of Lexington Ho had been a devout mom bet of the Christian church for fifty years Up until about six weeks aso his health had been excellent considering his age but his decline came suddenly The funeral services were con ducted at the home and the remains were taken to Nicholasvllle Monday for interment Mrs Zarelda Francis Cobb passed into tho great beyond at an1 early hour last Friday morning at her homo near Red House this county She was in her eighty first year and had been resident of Madison county all of her life Her death was not unexpected as site had been ill for sometime but tho infirmities of old age gradually tightened the cords of death until her spirit took its flight into that world where all is peace and joy Mrs Cobb was born and reared in this county coming of pioneer stock that helped to produce the progressive inhabitants of this country She was a daughter of the fate Thomas P Harbor who lived and died in Madison countyns one of her leading citizens On December 21 isIS she was united in marriage to Harvey Cobb also a resident of this county and together they Inure gone down lifes pathway for the past sixty two years a union full of love with a heart and hand ever ready to help the poor and alllicted and with a home always open to an abounded friendship Mrs Cobb was Its 1unch member of the Methodist church always true to its teachings and possessed that Christian fortitude which helped to mako many a sad heart glad or one depressed in spirit start out on lifes journoy with renewed effort Herlifo indeed is most worthy of emulation Tin open hand whoso hearty grasp gave expression to the warmth of a generous and loving heart has been stilled in doatht but her memory shall romaina monument jo tho generations th follow and to those whose life was made happier by know big her She lived for her a ilyllu the lou of a mother and wle even though she bo tottering with geis irreparable Fourchildrcn survive her besides her husband They are J Tens Cobb of tills city Silas Cobb of Pitts burg Pa O W Gobi of Arkansas and Mrs Safiio Web prLpuisville Follow ingup her deccndcnrs there are five grand children anil two rcat grand children her lifo being spared many years after she was ablo to leo the fourth generation One daughter died many years ago Mrs Eliza Jane Hugucly and a son Benson Cobb whose death occured about fifteen years ago in thiS cqU1lrTbeJivo grand children are Mrs Fiorina Bister and Mrs fcarcldnSlc Cord of this county TovTs Iluguoly of Richmond Miss Xarclcla Cobb of PittsbUrg and Miss Zarelda Webb of Louisvjllo The two great grandchildren are JcssojTevis lhxter bUR bf Mrs Fiorina Baxter of Red House and George Tpyls llagiiely son of Tevis HugBolf of this city Funeral services were conducted at her home Sstuna afternoon at 1fO p m byKev K Gn dGiIJW1ellTlaieodPInee Tbe oaEinay fAr 1 hope tosto n5yi iqtfa 0t face When I have eio iMd bar to o TolxKco o Decision la a opInion handnhsdj isaty X I bV of Hoffc aja boI thai the plotters Protect Axwei tk of Kentucky tce and Tit ftnfct kiwt HnblaforUjtes ofl tobteeo rkiah they co tMWa calling veat oa Op4ITMs 1 JI08 aetfOfwh1c Earl 1 HuuUman tat Revenue Agent fitedL cult pwytog for Mies amoUnting to 351 and for penalty amounting Io 7i085 In his opinion Jiicljre Knight holds that the farmers themselves were aitoally owners of the tobacco and au all lived in the county the Revenue Agent should have named them individually that Usa association kerer had physical had control of Ui ttfaeoo tat WM 9WH ft tttoe IICt irt P II J iJV r StateFair Makes Good Showing for the Years Wprk In the aaaaal report of the Kentucky State Fabr which was given out last week It is shown that in spite of a corn petition that was greater this year than luau previous year a net profit of 92QJG388 was shown as against S193e0 beIforethat th toUl attendanco during the week was lia 4918549In excess of any previous year and that 6000 more children wore present at tho fair in 1010 than la iWO The earnings this year must go toward paying a 10000 debt incurred in profecting the terminal and shipping facilities and making permanent im provements at the grounds and also in making a partial payment on an indebt edness of 22000 Thercportl1So recites that the option on fortyfive acres of land lying between the west boundary of tho grounds and the river expires in February To hold this option 2100 has already been paid In order to save the land to the State Fair it will bo necessary to raise tho bal ance of the purchase price of 15150 and it is suggested that maybe the commercial organizations will help raise the money Secretary Newman believes that tho land in question should be used as the site for a fish hatchery a game preserve and aforest tree nursery all having splendid educational possibilities besides great economic value The State is urged to deal more liberally with the fair More Improvements The Madison Tobacco AVarehouso Co has decided to put ia a concrotofloor in thebasement of the warehouse which will afford areat deal more room hand ling the tobacco It will bo modern in every particular with upto date exits for the wagons and largo doors for entering This lowerfloor has never been used It will be GOx8 feet Sixty Years James D Fletcher of Colchester Ill and a former Madison county resident has written to County Clerk Terrell ask ing for a copy of his marriage license which was issued on November 12 1850 The brides namowasMartha A Wright Mr Fletcher is now prosperous citizen of that section of Illinois At the time his licensowas issued J M Shackelford was County Clerk Dont Forget Bear in mind the corn show which will take place on December 15lh Tur ley Evans at the State Bunk Trust Company are offering 3300 in Gold forth best exhibit Dont be afraid of losing Yourloss this time may mean the learning of new i leas in corn raising next year Ai epetwill examine and perhaps deliver it lecture on How to Select Seed ornUJClu are interest cd in Madison county you aro Interested in a corn exhibit All parties are Madison county people in this contest No outsiders They Got Si Si Trimble is a sly old fox when it comes to eluding the officers but he turned the trick once too often Justus ho was entering the city via the Otter creckroad last Thursday evening Chief Police Allman and officer Powers nab bed him and after the search there wore twelve gallons of whisky several bottles of beer and a few other mixtures Trim tie Inn left the train at Red House meta friend by arrangement and they had started to Richmond with their load al most assured of safety but the officers have been on the lookout and the move melt was figured to the minute The goods were purchased in Winchester or Lexington Trimble is an old offender Sometime ago ho was convicted on a similar charge but through the influ ence of friends hesccured a pardon from GUn Wilson who perhaps thought Si had not been treated just right by the Madison county courts TIm Governor villnow be given another chance For Sale 557 acres of fine Bluegrass land all in blupgrass except 50 acres 1 portion of tho Major Harris farm Apply to Mrs a M Clay Paris Ky or T J Curtis Richmond Ky 112lt Dr 5canlon Delegate to Con ference Dr A J A Alexander of Woodburn Farm near Spring Station Ky has in vtted about twentyfive ministers and laymen from different parts of the Synod of Kentucky to bo guests in his homo on Nov 2520 In Conference for devising ways and means for more ef fectivo mission work throughout the State Dr D H Scanlon pastor of the First Presbyterian church of this city hits been invited as the ministerial dele gale from the Presbytery of Transyl vania to participate in this conference IV Alexander is Interested in mission work abroad as well as at home and spent some time in Korea as a medics missionary himself but on the death of his father ho was called home to ad minister the largo cstalerJcft and sinco his return hu has baen set oral missionaries himself as wellMI liberally assisting in this work in Ken lucky and tho South in general To discuss and lorlItulaIQp1ansforefroctI ive mission work in all parts of the state btlte object of this coAferenco and doubtless will be largely attended t for The Library JVmost enjoyable time was had at the Est ill Station fi Mol house last Saturday evening the jjeeawew j1igaR entertain ment by the pupils of Mis Marlam No Iaid and they gave RQ exhibition of their talent wlueU hogkt forth much applause frO the audience There were ov ralboK pf fj ed iking to eat jwijt hese were tied NItIMItl at wctk- mLTm Qhoauotgood ir1e for- bmid Ul ao edWevAbent- 4IL J1I the vethio ntesi Mis- sNon iirgnret dwssawrdetthe prize for the hMidMmert fomng lady and Mr Ifuxii lhuhCdn dww ltie tviiM tot theI 1I4JieraJd lbirf testae maa Jfr- H qiiBti iijii H3riD rkr tlat section Mil l okT U VjWi much geacs Hhoiih his frisods WMyetjr time ithi expenM Th was ri UBed tekaoin however tholc whtoh electoi him UlkU euhad fwUInt weni D tTt 7Q ng ts- srheouthuenjoyed pe 0 Welcome Quasiof Xnttmia bjr jchool Current 11wntsBaidla Brituin Solo mVarth Yates McKee Duet QohiiB Bruce and Clay Duncan Recitation Willie Smith The Natural Spellby school Recitation JBaldwin Brutsin P rwl JirkC5J y DuncnK ie Smith 1Pait R i iJli The Markets The following quotations are funiiehed by Mr Stone Norman the leading Cora mi8 ten merehimt ia this section Miwe tiet Rielul ItIIXy II1 heeoUti prices rot all eeuatry produce Mr XcHTKisn quotes to4ay ont te fallowing EggsL HLarge sprlegersiSuwli prIngersl0 Hens712Dux full featkered 8 ItoostersL5 f Turkeys over tfIbs21312uFea- tbers R5 Beefhiides712Tai1ow u Beeswax 25 Ginseng500Administrators All persons having claims against the estate of Gfeorgo C DeYore deceased are hereby notified to present samo proven as requiredby law to tIm under signedhis Administrator All persons owing said estate are re quested to call and pay same Union Bank Trust Co- Lexington Ky Administrator bf George C DeVote By B R Blackburn Cashier November 1010 4x Nice Display Somebody at Stocktons Drug Store has evidently been working overtime as the windows this rooming will testify A good deal of work wasnt it putting up that display We think the idea attractive though quite unique The way the letters D D D have been worked up is particularly clever Take a look everybody when you go past Itll be there for some time probably And we will be on the outlook for some more good ideas from you later on a Hog RaisersA- re your hogs worth 5 cents per head AVo guarantee Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy to keep hogs healthy and free from dis casofor 5 cents per head per month It cures Cholera kills Worms Stimulates the Appetite aids Digestion and causes hogs to fatten very rapidly This reme dy is used and endorsed by leading hog raisers throughout tim country Come in and let us toll you about it Perrys Drug Store- 2t H L PATRICK DENTIST Paint Lick Kentucky Crown Bridge and Inlay work a Specialty Office in Bank Building GREENLEAF HERRINGTON Lawyers Office in Douglas Simmons now Building on Second Street opp Court House Opera louse Tuesday November 22 The Merry Musicat Mixup ulVIy Wifefs Familyt Book by Hal Stephens Music and Lyrics by H B Linton A Merry RiQJoffun and Music Headed by thoLaugli Provoking Comedienne Myrtle Bidden Prices 25 35 50 75c Seats at Wlricsr Drug Btbrtf c Ljir Exceptional ClotheSIJt4at MODERAfE Every young man no matter what bis means wishes jto dress well We have solved tho problem of dressing well on limited means We am the exclusive agents for ADLER COLLEGIAN CLOTHES The style of these clothes is well known They are V the leaders of fashion everywhere and the pric s are moderate We have a big variety of snappylooking1 J suits ard overcoats for you to choose from at prices ranging j f From 1500 to 3000 THe Collegian brand is a guarantee of style and quali r1t ty Come in and see them i J OJfU The ROYAL 1 Home of Good Clothes J S STANIFER Proprictori1 Cor 2nd and Main Telephone 675r Our Meat is Not High 1 in any sense of the word It is not high in price nor has it been kept it Is We handle only freshly killed meats hung just long enough to be most wholesome Try some of them on our table Once you taste them youll need no appetite tonic Youll have a good iheaj thy hunger without one If CvC U L TOM Successor to Douglas Culton mclt 231 WEST MAIN STREET TELEPHONE 125 4 F This Bank Will Lighten the of caring for yonr money Open an ac ofa114nmciety 4 caShTbeiStlth1 sounder tonight i State feRichmond 1 Your Friends Prefer Jewelry to Any MOther Gift t+ in the World lj c tlflIeltokenof l everyraiiialluring than money landIIerchandiseuanJth J of vwvlUv And wtheach generation attached to the giving IItiO1llp of grows V j4 fl Every achievement in life is asoeted with gifts of btuiLiful l c tTtr1tb1anceatkgraduatiojl rcr tu lite titudeol S rcbth amut ofhuman wants and you wilt ne fno ifi ls6 J elrY1GOOd jewelry ia herititge that iii hant1 town ficuiItuitraj tean enduring remembrance of tbe givert df tI youat unfamiiiiirijrltli jewelry w8 will be fm to help yaa 1DttMtitit iI med bUytt ri ketntatchM eteo muh the better YuuHl J h I kee tythhighquilityoLOtirgoods and our up4s1ge 4 io4Ie to aayverrUole t nierchaudw r lWtn There i ebani tM doiptk e t 0 tr 1 ticuariytheresiirings 1 = j J tt pntip J oetpT- lnmeaad tiitour store whtther are notj are reui t h Rririg your friendsalong We takeP 1lSbif1 1t th l my Fnf J i gems and welt that we have u Win j Whittingtonc KentlkkY1a f II i J 3 Ju S ARRZVED J1J CopyrIght 1MB by SCHLOSS BROS CO Fine Clothes Makers Baltlmcra end New York more cured AT b The Correct Clothes as will be worn by the best dressed of the and business The New Fall designed and made by the Master This first of the new is of interest to every man and young man because it not only you the cor rect opens the way to High Grade at Prices Come aridSee Them Everyone Welcome We have just some very stylish TailorMade Suits for Ladies in the New Manish Cloths They are shown in all the new shades and are to be seen in our Suit Parlors Come make your selection before thev are picked over We are the sole agents for Queen Quality Fine Shoes for ladies and Wm Kneelands Fine Shoes for men These two lines of shoes are the best to be had in any city We are all the new lasts and kinds Come see them Get our low cash prices on all kinda of shoes for men women and childrenwe cant you suityou and save you money Our Underwear for Men Women and Children ir Complete in Come get our prices and save money We are showing all the new things in Notions Belts Belt Pins Scarfs Neckwear Hosiery etc Our shelves and counters are creaking and groaning under the weight ot good things in all kings of winter goods Get the best for you moneycome to headquarters and see the new styles Ws D s OLDRM AND COMPANY Women Suffer Oarduiforrelieve headache backache pain in the side and diz ziness arising from deranged organs It does writtenTAKE CARDUIIJ Help You Yrs Maxwell Johnson Tampa Fla writes Cardui sufferingsaythata long and fair trial toButALL DRUG STORES THIS IS THE PLACE FOR Fresh Oysters V RICCICorner Main and Second Telephone 3 The Imperial Double Disc they gantkenen word Models Tailors Schloss Bros Company BaltimoreNew Boston showing models gives styles but Clothes Moderate received showing Every Detail Money to Loan on Good Far Lands The Northwestern Mutual Life In snrance Co will loan money at 5 percent interest on good improved farmlands on Mortgage Apply to J C Chenault Attv 69tf Richmond Ky Mound City Paints may cost a trifle more butI Stockton son 24nly Notice to Creditors All persons having claims against the estate of William Butner deceased will file same with tho undersigned proper ly verified on or before tho 30th day of November 1910 or same will be barred William Munday Admr of the Estate of William Butner Decd For Rent J9JJ Residence on summit and store roo on Second street occupied by J B Wal ker also three rooms over store tt C T Fox For Sale I have several good building lots for sale located on Lancaster and Breck Ave Location drainage ect the very best Most desirable for apartment house or living residence Any ono in terested in purchase please call on the owner Mrs D M Bright or her son Dr Bright t- fFarmFor SaleON Thursday Dec Ittl0 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 JacksonI HARROW Flexibleas not track at any time there is na interference of parts and the turn is made without extra exertion fromeither driver or team There is no strain on samoasr t framewotildcausoKOiIIF1I points r Tic IwPerkl Double Harrow requires no more skill ability or exertion than an ordiwwy smgle Harroww tkwtlbIt i ai coast ructioa and easy to handle sad caa be used wfc rv a single IfcnwwMm H Bs d ItwII i j alrm s wt Th question should be will the Hanwrde enoUjrk lMr work a hdtno wwkCi 7 i M p pwi i tt M vcrth all it ooats at itdTBrnf i thealwMg01ttoklabxaMhorses ufieaslirPayMItlLtqaatagfeteara d UiiiwaiaootbDouglas Sintrno Deat i5eti telephone 20 j d I DRHQ S Blood sand Liver- Restorative A Liner MeieeIkltd eked Parifier THE REUASLE REMEDY fur Rhcn ifii Pint i us BMR- M Skis Dir =e Stienghtens the nerves makes new appetiteMorestrength to it than any other rem edy Dont wait buy a bottle today SOLD BY Stockton Son- Democracy Has Gained the Day and the Misrule of Taft and Roosevelt Must go Not only in Kentucky but all over the land the people have tired of the Republican misrule and have signified their intentions of giving the Democracy a chance by defeating Republican candidates for Governor and Congress in all the states throughout the cast and parts of tho west Even in the Eighth Kentucky of which Madison county is a part the Democratic plurality was greatly increased over former years Harvey Helm is returned to Congrcsr Kentucky gained one Congressman that in tho Ninth where J B Bennett of Greenup was defeated by W J Fields of Carter The only thing to be regretted of Till tho good news in tho country is the tact that John W Langley is to get his seat again in Con gress when it should have been Floyd Byrd Langley isa part of the Aldrich PayncRoosevoltTaft regime and deserved to go down in defeat with them It is said by many people who vote in tho Tenth District that the Republicans spent amint of money themEIGHTH DISTINCT llIlerSholbySpencer 423nAnderson 441uMercer3aBoyle 400 LillcolnoasiJessamineo 280 Garrardu 0 24 Madison 50- Rockcastlo 200 Total 3090 2 Helms Plurality2607 Nixrn DISTRICT Returns from the Ninth district show tho election of W J Fields Democrat over Congressman J B Bennett Re publican Fields made a gallant race handicapmHis majority is expected to roach 800 The vote by counties follows Dem Maj Rep Maj Counties Fields Bennett Bracken 395- Rath 150 Boyd 507 Carter iJL n 312 Fieminu 125 Grcenup 0 300 Harrison I 787 Lewis 053 Lawrence 0 00 Mason C99 Nicholas 00 625 Robertson u 183 0Rowan ou 0 35 Total 2961 zziu 2210 Fields majority0 751 The following Sstho vote in Madison county by precincts Dem Rep Court 103 72 City HalLuuouSJ 134 Normalu123 7- 3Francis02 140 Chenault u 43 91 hito IIaILo83 53 Red Ilouse141 100 McCreary 00151 55 College Hill 70 5- 1Kavanaughuu97 S3 Waco o ii 78 V sa Brassfield it j44 10- 0Bearwalloiv3o CO Kingston 63 84 Blue LickAl 7- 8Berea40 134 130Is3 125 Burnam uun- ill5 C9 Tevisun r SsC 82 Crutcher I89 6- 9Pooseyr99 87 Newby 100 101 Biggerstaffu801 09 Valley View90 6- 7Total2102 2221 A Beauty Visit rS to tho city era loud in their praises of Richmonds modern railway station recently erected by the Louis ville Nashville It is what Richmond should have had several years ago but there is so much red tapo about rail way mattersi hat Improvements of this kind are eXlfely slow in being com pletedCure Your- Dandruff Why Becauseitislftftoyioc untidy And mostly because italmostiinvariably leads to baldness Cure it and save your hair Get more too at the same time All eajiy done with Ayers Halr Vigor new unproved foriRMfc Stop this form don otmndrutf vMl aijiia 1Mk rr7 ieeiw wnarea w I t1yersDowh wrr-enep 1t ertallydotsdu han Ian die original eattse of daprat L Hating gives this aid coufbti Ac ewe The sea roetated M s ceaItbCODv atstePirgiaawLawetirnt l Lumber For Sale BJuftbiUllI all ki 3s rough lumber stleksIJ A Snmwe W Htcxe- U Rebianl Ky Bighieme t Smith ScL axon have jusLclI1piefedi the shipment of about 250000 pounds of- hemp to Philadelphia parties which was baled at tho Madison Tobacco Ware IhouseTurkey Season Opens IAs Thanksgiving comes earlier than Iusu Nov 24 the turkey market will open Nov 8 and the firm of A L Gott Co will bo in the market for all good fat turkey on and offer the above date Tho best market priceswillbe paid 3t W R Spann Son of Shelby ville made tho most successful sale of Jersey cattle over hold in Kentucky says a special last Thursday G8 head sold for a total of 821105 an average of 311 The 43 head of imported cattle including several bull calves at 25 each made an average of 39850 Tho highest prices were paid by John Stump of Mammoth Ore for Noble Peer a yearling bull 3000 by pro M A Scovill Lexington 2200 for Nobles Distinction a three yearold bull and by Mr Stump 700 for Raleighs May Queen a yearling heifer Buyers were in attendance from all parts of the country Fine Line The local stores win handle clothir g are displaying a fine assortment of hunting accessories in this lino Boots shoes sox corduroy and canvas trouserS leggings hunting coats sweaters jerseys shooting gloves and caps To enjoy hunting you must bo prepared with tho right kind of wearingapparrel Dont send away for the things you can get hero just because you read an at tractive advertisement in the daily pa pars Keep your money here and see the goods that you buy Hot Against It Attorneys representing tho City of Paris and a large number of tho wholesale merchants of Paris have filed suit against tho L N railroad to prevent tho merger of that road and the Frank fort Cincinnati railroad The petition alleges that the city of Paris subscribed J50000 to help build the P O which was formerlytho Kentucky Midland and the subscription was made with the dis tinct understanding and agreement that tho now road was forever to be a com peting lino and should net be absorbed by any road leading into Paris SampoForBabys Ills Something can and must be done for the puny crying baby for the child that refuses to eat and is rest less in its sleep And since the basis of all health is the proper working of the digestive organs look first to andbowelsfreemovements ortantasBoundsleepthoemergency saltsandstrong but the child refuses them be cause of their bad taste Have you ever tried Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin It Is beenusingeffectivethe child but there Is nothing better to be tasteyoUtake It usedItthiswaywhen convinced of its merits you can andoneofAirBS well ss that of Mr A F Johnson ol isthatUseIta constlp1ttonandtree sample of this rsmedv pleasedtodesire for yourself or family nertalnlng to absotutelyfree detaiLForname and address on a postal card or doctorsIwell building llontlceirp DL SOLD BY ALL WIUGGISTS x Dont Shoot em Hunters who havo been going out with their dogs to give them plenty of cxcr cise null training for tho season Trhich opened yesterday report many young birds which no doubt cnmo from second hatching It is hoped that those who are anticipating n great time in tho fields during tho season will refrain from kill ing these young birds It will help great ly in the supply next year and there are enough old ones to furnish plenty of sport In nearly every locality whore the birds are plentiful reports come that there has been a second hatching or a very late one which has thrown a lot of young birds to go through the winter The new laws prohibiting the killing of quail from January 1st toNov 15th and a littlo common sense and for thought Iitho hunters will make this section of the country nn ideal one for shooting quail as well as rabbits and squirrels Causes Sickness Good Health Impossible with a Disordered Stomach There is nothing that will create sickness or cause more trouble than a disordered stomach and many people daily contract serious maladies simply through disregard or abuse of the stomach Wo urge every ono suffering from any stomach derangement indigestion or dyspepsia whether acute or chronic to try Roxall Dyspepsia Tablets with tho distinct Understanding that wo will refund their money without question or formality if after reasonable use of this medicine they aro not satisfied with the results We recommend them to our customers every day and have yet to bear of any one who has not been benefited by them Throe sizes 23ct SOc adLQO a boxy Sold in Richmond only at our store The ResaUStore II Llerry Itichmoorf Ky Give Em Chance Wol1iIeMIJMIAd to California iu lkcemlaer to wioitr JpUool at the ranch dFrrilt Cbanc jt will be rocaiJeJ that brae two star plijKii tier drafted by Chicago sometime ago about the same ties that Roy GohWU taken from tbs Richmond ttaoi 3ft tanager t f the Cubs is of she opinion that training trip Sa the tyring are of little benefit ia determining tt e value of candidates ss the majority of them fail to make glOdII Posted r Wt Lira undersigned strictly forbid bunilftf trpyilag or Bay kind of tees pMfiI g oa our premises and will pvese cute o ca4ers- Ij Paraloe Fitzpatrick 0 Geo Fitzpatrick t Chamberlains Stomach 1andLher Tablets do not sicken or gripe and may mostIThe old and feeble will also find them a most suitable remedy for aiding and strengthening their weakened digestion and for regulating tho bowels For sale by all dealers nlm Fire Life Accident and Health Insur anco in the very best old lino Ccmpnnio Wm S Broaddus Agt tf nOT BLAST J R Pennington Dentist Office next door to Govemmeat baiKi = ing Richmond Ky Dan H Breck life fire and accident insurance tf Mrs Maude Mackey Walk ersHair Dressing Parlor Como in and have your hair dressed in tho newest style braids and puffs maUo to order Braids restored to natural color Highest prices paid lorI combings Two doors above Stocktons drug store on Main street Office phone 515 residence 202 6 Mo Globe Air Tight HOT BLAST Burns Slack or Soft Coal Without Smoke or Soot Heats double the space heated by any other stove with half the fuel Clean neat economical The Kind to Buy for Service A money saver for people t who want a good stove at an honest price See it in operationyou will like it SOLD EXCLUSIVELY BY weD Buckley Co East Main Street The Best in Jewelrydom Invites You to This Store Vfo gathered from everywhere good and well Today we are asking your opinion of our stock as a whole We ask for criticismsrequest your critical looking And when you have seen and bought wo are sure you will carry away an impression that will be sure to bring you back Its your privilege to buy or look just as you please and if you only look youre welcome L Eta LANEBig Watch Sign 210 Main Street I=The Boy With A Watch k always the envy of Ms soatPwtoae IfFoa want to make your Iwf really happy Rive kim a watch that will keep real tine You east get Mr here forvery little money or fords raweh as you care to pay We guaraate all watches we handle and tke guarantee a rA of this jewelry store meaai seaethteg fr F J YEAGERRICHMOND KENTUCKY lMAIN STREETr l 1 o ARE ii Y 0 U r t t Jf i u Interestedjnj Lumber Lath Shingles Doors j qt Sash Etc If so see j1 jc ToddEdwards Lumber Coe Phone 100 Corer Mfllll Orchard Richmond Ky Ladies ReadytoWear GarmenTSCij Our Fall Stock is Now In You are invited to call and inspect our hand some stock Mrs J MBarlowIn Building with F J Yeager West Mainst Richmond Ky j W E LEA General Manager Farmers Tobacco Warehouse 642676 South Broadway LEXINGTON KY l4TWQ WEeKS RECORD I s v Therecord for two weeks ia shows oftheThis has created g eueri comment Rs It is known that this liou6a tins not bolightapaia tbeaountrTkis record is dune to our superior lixhte to our method of running 5ttles wnd to our spleadWMIeUone6r T It fact iist the Fat mers interest to sell witha warehouse that does strictly a COMlntilenkrrt busineHeare nod loided up on ktgiipriced toba0el 0uffiifc in Uw country butt gi re the bnelt of one entirespace Tl1ctofdpirijwUl ouwanttiwewiil g Come bo seeus aooru 4 YUtirtt ttuy FtSllliooessarsu Both Phone 677LEXINGTON KY LiV New Fall Shirts and 75c values Sale Price 45c 125 new fill Shirts Sale Price 98c Now the lay your winter Just come and what fine values offer attltrlt1 t 4ri i Green Tag TT 7I = =LL- f Jp i 4 iN 1 J 3ly oL i o r rLb o t 4 O n Mens 50 Emperor Mens Heavy Underwear is to in supply of Underwear see we at 39c I than pair during this Don fail this Great Stock Sale great cash saving you i Green Tag t wTG wlothing Salea7 u s Nice Clean Honest Winter Suits and Overcoats to be sold in two weeks You no doubt have attended sales galore but when it comes to legitimate merchandising ever happened in Richmond that borders on the magnitude of the showing of Strict High Grade Hand Tailored Suits and Overcoats that will be thrown upon the market in this sale We challenge in any part of Kentucky on the values We show everything new fashionable styles and exclusive fashions Specializing Suits for Men at 1348We are going to make very novel proposition and if we did not have confidence in these suits we could not afford to suggest such athing Go to any clothing store in Richmond and t see the suits they sell for 18 examine the garments carefullytake your time about itinspectthe fabrics the way they are made up seams look at the button holes and the linings then come to our store and compare what von see elsewhere with these 1248 suits and we will prove to your entire satisfaction that we can save you just 552 Remember that at this price we have nIL is new in styles weaves patterns and can fur nish color you want at Green Tag price The windproof rainproof and snow proof Over coat is the latest work in utility practicability and styling It is your coat if you want it and at that will make say yes when you see the Tag Begin Saturday 19 Closes Saturday December 3 Shirts Mens Overcoats and Raincoats We will surprise you in the bargains we offer in Overcoats Every Over coat is remarkably cheap at the price we usually ask from them but our determination is to reduce this stock in theihortest possible time and therefore name prices that will make them believingadont miss the bargains S 750 Overcoats sale price SOS 1000 Overcoats sale price 798 1250 Overcoats sale price 998 1500 and 1750 sale price 1248 2000 Overcoats sale price 1498 2500 Overcoatt sale price 1998 500 Pairs Mens Socks Black and colors known as Iron Sox wear like iron never sold for less 25c Our price sale price price pairs Infants Seamless Hose white blue and black sale5clOc pair during this t to attend rit means a to tt ot nothing a ask the that any that a you l3c 500 I S1248 Big BargainsIn Mens Pants AVo havosecured lot of drummers Sample Pants which we offer during this sale at aa unheard of low price as well AS we offer our regular stock of French Worsteds Cashmeres and fancy neat patterns We are going to put themin at prices ttlatwiH insure speedy clearance AH our 125 and 4150 PrIco 93 Allour 200 v8IuellSaloPrlc 129 All our 250 values SwtePrlco 171 All our 400 values 6n1e Price 293 All our 500 values Sale Price 84S Take of this Great Sale Every suit shown by us in this Sale represents the leading styles made by one of the foremost manufauc turers in the United States Every suit is tailored and math in the very latest style with good linings and interlinings We are going to sell them at such prices that you can certainly afford to buy two suits and anticipate for the future Just look at the wonderful reductions we are making on these suits All S 750 Price S 498 All 1000 values Sale Price 798 Vll 1250 values Sale Price 998 All 1500 values Sale Price 1248 All 1800 and 2000 value Sale Price 1498 All Reduced in Proportion IWe For Cash I n U E Sale Novemberm riJfo tot1 a a valuesSala Advantage beautifully r Others Furnishings i Hats worth 8125 to SiJ0for L 93c Odd size Huts worth from 50o to Qoc for 25c 75c Berts Outing NIghlShirtS aflip 48c 1CO Ions Outing Nightshirts at125Mens Outing Sight Shirts vVsz i OS- cSplendid lino bf Xepligco Shirts just U ellijgf for RInterwear values up to 75c sale pffee u45c JaXeekwear we carry all the most list things Foarinhands nil the now shadesrsery pefmlar This line is complete arilworthy of your attention16c1i6e anti 19c Boys SuitsEvery mother wants to see her boy look as well or even a little better than some ones else boy Jler wish can be gratified if she will come to this sale There suits are built to give the best wear and are made of selected materials Boys 1250 Suits for 998 Boys 1000 Suits for 748 Boys 750 Suits for 598 Boys 500 Suits for 398 Boys 350 Suits for 248 Boys 250 Suits for 198 Boys 200 Suits for 148 Coys 150 Suits for 0 98 Dont Fail to Attend This Great Sale Store closed Friday Nov 18th to make preparations and mark down prices for this Great Bargain Sale Hurry Hurry I HurryIll This sale is going to commenc e Tell your friends This the greatest sale we have ever conducted Every article in our immense stock is marked down to make a quick sal f i CWe Sell For Cash Only y Boys Overcoats We bought 50 Boys Overcoats sizes ranging 4 to 8 years These are sample coats and are actually worth I Collars Gloves and Overalls all at greatly reduced prices I = RESPECTFULLY SUBMITTED TO THE CASH TRADE ONLY Reducing competition valuesSale Only E 1 r FWEFRICHMOND L yourISuspenders f DON T FORGET THEDATE Noy 19 to Dec 3 KENTUCKY J Stoufferand Tailoring House in Richmond z Psiew Quarters = We 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 season Ihurman Grocery Company When You Buy J Walkers there is no kick acumm J Ladies ReadytoWearx Second Street Richmond Ky Bear In Mind t WHEN YOU NEED Fresh Celery Cranberries and Oysters wo can supply you in a few minutes Telophono us your orders woo de theIcity leading brands only We cater only to those who will have first class goods Todd I I Telephone 62 Opera House Building I We have the best TOBACCO STICKS ever brought to this market No rotten sap but made of sound kilndried Come and see for yourself The price is right B1antonCong1eton Lumber CO Incoroornted Successors to Ed Blanton Co Near L A Depot Telephone 425 FURSATI Assortment of Exclusive Styles Lynx Pointed Foxes Mink Three of the fashion favorites in fur neckwear These furs lend themselves gracefully to the completion of the beautifully gowned women TiMttwiaid for those stylish furs will be unusually heavy this season In the present completncss of this superb stock there lies a powerful motive for buying fjirs now and at reasonable prices lower than else f wbcra Ii 1 Iry correct style Is represented many of the coaeeftioas being tI jfcjTTii bare exchwively f fiirb remodeledanliepaired atHswalleost to leek like new f JSL LethaManttl aoiurisii Ffirrir LedaitoJry 3 h r Jri IAliq Ty u fSIBrhng r Clothes ARE THE BEST f- i i 0CLOTHES I Iitr Bsrch Tailored Ready to v IVear Guaranteed to Shrink or Fader 50 years experience the factory guarantee in suits all sizes from smallest boy to largest man Newest stock in city to from l Fine Line New S- tyleHats and Furnishing Goods Suit Cases Trunks Umbrellas etc at lowest prices for high class goops B1Oldest Established Clothing Suits B WALKER Goods 0Lacke lumber Admirable and select Commissioners Sale J K Baker pUs- s order of sale dCtsUnderand order of sale rendered at tho October term 1010 of the Madison circuit court in tho above styled action the undersigned Master Commissioner wil onMonday Dec 5 1910 at about 11 oclock a m in front of the Court House door sell to tho highest and best bidder the following described property viz Two certain lots and parcels of land in Boron Ivy The first tract being known as lot No 4 in block 7 as shown in Berea College plot ol Berea Ky Second tract being located oh tho East side of the Berea and Scaf foldcano pike and adjoining the lanil ol E P Fairchild and John Hoskins A full description of said land can bo found in Deed Book 49 page 410 Terms Said land will bo sold on a credit of six months tho purchaser will be required to execute bond bearing per cent interest from date of sale until paid said bond to have the full force and effect of a judgment with a lien retained on the property until all the purchase paidH M C M C C Commissioners Sale W S Broaddus Admr Noah Boliu pltf vs order of sale Elza Bolin etc dfts 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 Commissioner of the said court will o- nMonday Dec 5 1910 at 10 oclock a m in front of tho Court House door in Richmond Ky sell to the highest and best bidder the follow ing described property viz A grist mill and the property on which same is located Beginning at a stone in the center of the pike thenco N 180 feet to a stone thence N W 200 feet to Mar shalls line then S 140 feet to tho beginning containing ono half acro moro or less Terms Said property will bo sold on six months time to purchaser being required to execute bond with approved security bearing 0 per cent interest from date of sale until paid to have the force and effect of a judgment with A lien retained on tho property until all purchase money is paid H C Rice M C M C C Commissioners Sale E T Hulett pltf vs order of sale James E Hulett c dfts Under and by virtue of a judgment and order of sale rendered at October tern 1010 of tho Madison circuit Court in the above action the under signed MastorCommisionor of said court will on Monday Dec 5 1910 at Jl oclock a m in front of the Court- House door in Kichmond 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 large white oak corner to Reuben Kirby thence a now line S 17 W poles crossing a branch toa white oak at the fork of a small drain thence supUna line nearly with the ridge S 31 E 21 poles to three small pines one marked J H P thenco tiG5 E 51 poles to a stake 3 chestnut oak pointers ona ling Stephensons 000 acre survey thence with said line N 42 E 83 poles to a chestnut oak and a white oak oh the ridge thence an Eastwardly course to the John Todd line thence with the John Todd line N 2 12 E 00 poles crossing a branch to a white oak this corner on a line with Reuben Kirby thence with Kirbys lino N 83 WS poles to his corner large white oak also corner to Hulett and Ised Blylhe thence with Kirbys line K 212 F 78 poles te a stake corner to said Kirby and Eliza Best also corner to Ben JSmilhthen with division line S iW 79 poles to a Blythetobeginning containing 139 acres more or less Terms said land will be sol loil a credit or 12 months ese pt as to thinterest of the infant defendant HiM Grace Ilalbersted whose interest jshallremalnuntil she reaches Tier majority or until she is authorized to lMctbyp- r peroder of this court the lMirelwwer will be required to execut boml with approved security payable to the coaa mlsslener bearing 8 ttoat mUr eet from d te of Mte until pU to have ttte ferae MM effect irf a jm mmt sad lien reah4 on the propectyi1i all the prehaee Money QBieeMOLCOhoolMiisic All parepUwho toteM to have their children take piRnofiesions at the CHjr Hffe Seha L will plcaws notify Mfc naret Parrislv at once As is Wen haabeelitlDpcedby h i tilt ptato IANKMU and IWd miU11h1IkiawNkM tfjc i T+ iLliTA TOR 8HRRIFF We nre aathoriiied ia nnnoooce BLMER DEATHKRAGB a candidate for Sheriff of Madtoon county subjctt to the action of Democratic party We are authotiaed to announce JOHN E teALDWIN a candidate for Sheriff of Mart Don county subject to Ute action of tile Democratic party We ar attthoriaed to announce X JiJONKS a camlidate for Sheriff ml oric- ounty eubjectto the action of the Demo enttic party SCHCK L SUPERINTENDENce We ere authorised to aiMMMince BEKJA MIN F KDWAKD8V candidate for Su perintendent of PubHc Schools of Madison county tiubiectW the action of the Demo ciatlc party foR JAILER Wenre nutliotlicd to t1nou MORGAN TAYtOX a caiKjidate for Jailer of Mndlwm county subject to tke action oC the Demo crutic party FOR ASSESSOR We are autbortsed to announce W i- JARMANa caadldate ABSessorotMaU loon countr subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR COUNTY CLERK We ore nuthorifcRd to announce LaRue C- House a candidate for County Clerk of Madison county subject to the action of Democratic party AH My Pimples Gone Girl Tells Hew a Blotchy Skis Was Cleansed by a Sample Wask I was ashamed of my face writes Miss Minnie Pickard of Altamahaw N 0 It was ill full of pimples and scars but after using D D D Prescription I can say that now there is no sign of that Eczema and that was three years ago D D D has become so famous as a cure and instant relief in Eczema and all other serious skin diseases that its value is sometimes overlooked in clearing up rash pimples black heads and all other minor forms of skin impurities The fact is that while D IX D is so penetrating that it strikes to the very root of Eczema or any other serious trouble the soothing Oil of Wintergreen Thymol and other ingredients are so carefully compounded there is no wash for the skin made that can compare with this great household remedy for every kind of skin trouble- D D D is pleasant to use perfectly harmless to the most delicate skin and absolutely reliable A 25 cent bottle will give you positive proof ol the wonderful effectiveness of this great remedy Stockton Son Richmond Ky 0ForRent Residence anti six acres of land near city limits on Big Hill pike Apply B B Boen tf ft a No1 Berea Ky Harsh physics react weaken the bowels cauto chronic constipation Deans Regulets operate easily tone the stomach cure constipation 25c Ask your druggist for thorn Its Your Kidneys Dont Mlsfak the Cause 01 Your Troubles Many people never suspect their kidneys If suffering from a lame weak or aching back they think that it is only a muscular weakness when urinary trouble sets in they think it will soon correct itself And so it is with all the other symptoms of kidney disorders That is just where the danger lies You must cure these troubles or they may lead to diabetes or Brights disease The bet remedy to use is Doans Kidney PiUs It cures all ills which ara caused by weak or diseased kidneys Residents of this vicinity are constantly testifying to permanent cures Fr sale by all dealer Puce 60 cpnip FcsierMllburn Co 15 Halo New York sole agents for the United States lit member the name Dpana and take no other We Would Ask For And Be Pleased To Receive Your Patronage We have taken active chared of the management of the Richmond Steam Laundry and are much pleased at our increasing business Every customer helps some and wo would like to have every one with us Wo have no ad vertising scheme but will do good work for you and to your entiro satisfaction As wo have no other business and no estato on the outside our living depends on this and wo have to do good work Vfo have a Dry Cleaning department in connection with the laundry where especial attention is given to work for the ladies Call for us 127 Irvine street or ring 52 Work called for and delivered free Respect fully yours James Wand Lucy Lackey Moore Suffered day and night tho tormentor itching piles Nothing helped me until I used Doans Ointment It cured mo permanently Hon John Rj Garrett Mayor Gtrrd Ala 10 Reward For return or information leading to recovery of a largo young red fox hound No marks except few small naked spots on bodyU H- If Crookc Richmond Ky Notice to Creditors All persons having claims against the estate of Mary Stocker deceased will pleaso present same to the undersigned properly verified on or before Dcccm ber3IDIO or same will bo barred Wm Jenkins AdRiroJ 1241 NowbyKy Mr Root R Burnam has added to- his Fire Insurance Companies The Henry Clay Fire Insurance Co a TCeri Lucky company with 500 000 capital and surplus Support ja homo institution and demand a policy in this now company Accidents will happen but the best regulated families Sfe f Dr Thomas Electric Oil for suck emergencies It subdues the pain andiak the hurls Its poor policy to wR utitUl you have a fire to begta thinkjag io4tlasiir DoJtQOw We write tAe tpoIteiM 0tt Pa IL B fc For pains in the side or k Kt AufiM I piece ol flame wjtk Chberkdn Liniment assd kMftoOet thsae of pain There k aching kwtUr roc sale by gj Wr Tbw TT ifiNs DawH Ifrpa fca the s Rooms for Rent PirnWdo unfoaatiriMd Ajpljrtp til TWrrf at u WANTED4JirlB to w wk in te- a factory Gal jJhOo- easSUJoHCIa it mato a fin tndtag to ib i i H 0fl it Trsr Letter Has Scared Many The following lipped JroIrt1 1ehang hw been Mnt to The Climax with reqsastto publish Moe4d10to ih history of the Jettw it WM wriU byChr1atj1l6t after hW crucifixion llJMdby theAngel Gabriel ninetynine yprs after the Saviors birth saA peumabydeposbedbyhlM- under a stone at the foot of tkft cross On this stone appeared thiigB l1 Blessed is Ito who shan turn Me over No oae knew what the inscription meant or seemed Jo have sufficient curiosity Jayeetigate until tho stone was tUnMMloyer by a little child and theletter which follows was disclosed Whoever works oa the Sabbath day shall bo cursed I command you to go to church and keep holy the Lords day without any manner ot work 1oii shan not idle or mispendyour time In bedecking yourself in superfluities of costly apparel and vaindressing for I have ordered it a day of rest I will have that day kept holy that your sins may be forgiven you You will not break my command mcnts but observe and keep hetthey being written by my hand by my mouth You shall not only go tochurcho1rseles but also your man servants and maid servants Ob servo my words and learn my com mandtncMs You shall finish your work every Saturday at 0 oclock in afternoon at which hour the preparation for the Sabbath begins I advise you to fast five days in the year beginning on Good Friday And continuing tao five days following in remembrance of tho five bloody wounds I receive for YQu and mankindYou shall love one another and IIOIISacramontthcrr the Supper of the Lord and made a member thereof and m so beI ing I will give you long life and many blessing Your land shall bo replenish ed and bring forth abundance and I will comfort you in the greatest temptation and surely ho that doeth to the contrary shall be cursed- I will also send hardness of heart on them and especially on hardened aic unpenitent unbelievers Ho that hath given to the poor shall find it profit able Remember tho Sabbathdayr for the seventh day I have taken as a resting day to myself And he that hath a copy of this letter writen by my own hand and spoken by mown mouth and kcopcth it without publishing it to others shall not prosper but he that publishcth it to others shall bo blessed by me and it their sins be as many as tho stars by night and if they truly believe they shall bo pardoned and they that believe not this writing and my commandments will have my plagues upon you and you will be consumed with your children goods and cattle and all other worldly enjoyments that I have givcnyo- ulo but once think of what I have sulfprcd for you if you do it will bo well for you in this world and in the world which is to come Whosoever shall have a copy of this letter and keep it in their house nothing shall hurt them neither pestilence thunder nor lightning and if any woman bo in birth and put her trust in me she shall be delivered of her child You shall hear no more news of me except through tho Holy Scriptures un til the day of judgment All goodness and prosperity shall bo in the house where a copy of this letter shall found FinishedThe goes that tho littlo child who found it passed it to ono who became a convert to tIm Christian faith He failed to have tho letter published Ho kept it however as a sacred mo menlo of Christ and it passed down to different generations of his family for more than one thousand years luring this period the family suffered repeated misfortunes migrated Jo different countries until finally one ol them came to America bringing the letter with him Theysettled In Virginia then moved further south still follow ed by misfortune tyhen finally time last member a daughter approached her death bed and called a neighbor Mrs Thompsou giving her the letter and related its history for morO than ono thousand years The Thompson woman began the attempt to have it published and it appeared in the Rome Ga appearelljiinnow clipped it and kept it in her possession for many years vithout an effort to hare It published She was followed by misfortune which sho attributed to her neglect in trying to have the letter published for threo years and was fol lowed by a varied lot of misfortunes idiichshoaUributed to tho fact of her neglect in this respect ConsigriYourLive Stock TQ CCSeal Co LTMi3 Stack Yards CfecifHatiYO And receive the highest market price ns we are the largest order buyers on the Cincinnati market W so NORRIS oct JJmo Public Sale I will soil publicly on my premises 3 mites from Richmond on Tate Creek like at 1Q oclock M on Thursday Nov 17 19iO Consisting of the foJioWiiif properly 30 Ectra Good Headjof Short Horn Cattle 10 extra good yearling b Hr 5 extra good weamiling Miloalvr Sgood oows sosrio twrtfu mHk m 4 extra gwoS yuftiHf bwifer- Jersey rfeer v 1 jwfrejtiik gwii iwitojf iMMMi rnhe lpa1rt eN6kI w 1 rood brood mrv l riieT 1f t ll14t fi bvy 1 Rsdsifl hamni Other thtngs tL0numerOmi1Oeti R 1 Terms matte klwnD day of 4u i J1I1U+ r ft 4 tC JwIpi=i= iss t 1j riderSole n I crirtbi to yourhocsfrzt ot fair t jCvir feet to blame your oles vthsn ihcy smart taxi burn four tok3are intended to stand 3eaty of xisc end they will ifyour ihoes T3 risht Stand en the mod im C LtEole conforming to he foot =corafoitiibb for hours of wear o TITIr Cfl5Mr L + Ji rJ Ecr fakes LifeWaIk A SAOO q4 Tn BE WAR CALUOH YCUB DCALErt iq V LEW 5S 1 C Ao G Sq1KOnTH AsXSCT 1 st ff P Shoes For All Kinds 0 of Feet C Iand See Them Prices Righ John E Sexton 209 West Main t GROCERIES = PI M Is Our Specialty tf tiour pricesno trouble to show you V vgoods Highest cash price paid for T Countrv Produce CANT COMEIF YOU Telephone 16 or 223 Sewell McKinney 140142 North Second Street Taylor Old hamInvte 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 OLDHAM TiIAnd plenty of Wall Paper for everybody Our stock is never short never out of date Ask j 5 your neighbor about our work and goods W L LEEDS Third Street Richmond Ky For the Motorists We are offer a special Auto Glove at fro- m15cto3 See it and you will buy Have you seen thet One Finger Mitt latest thing in Auto gloves Rememberthat we do allY thing that is needed for a disabled automobile and we do in the tight way Richmond Mntor Plumbing n i Incorporated T u NOTICEI1mipaying faighesl cask prIce tHide3s and T owAl8Qi Wool Will treat you right lPaythe pHIOHE5TMAAKtTiPRI for FURS YI Ring phone 363 td 0 wmsKENTUCKY1 I 1 I A h ji rA t f l i4 1- Mr nifr f Rural Telephone8- am s eil NC Yarmerfake oQr bome as oa1 D lor your marketqoo4atS t he Meat deuce and place jottr H1ua pOPL1Ofl to oroul 8 nie w any timer This can betw mesaS tpAredwith the beItfQraMIDthAtJand jour mmehthbor eangyou write direct toofftee or fits reeeived Call oraddre our nearest sPe51 arer L1We Nashville Tennessee for information regardlag our seryJee we eaR ltvMs If at pre eut yen araRot elljoyinc telrhfotKt Tefl55 55 Melse1L- oasskse 1I1 eeY tlaeitmte HtYCHIOur attI the Southern portIe of Indiana And liliaot EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE CO Incorporated i I l GodTliingstoEat I Thats H we car Whether dellra I OOstaple like sugar or a fancy table ihave ilo 06C we 0 i Tl- I In a quality abllOlutel Gepcndable p4aaU 5tterypUct tha trs ausUta samfcatlon iii Each rUcfe Is chosen from meny t flf d brands offered becauSe it has proved I its superior merit j t Each brand competes for preCerenceH and noce gate a place on our if It faiU to measure tip to our high I standard of quality the rtce t successful contest I satsforzepresenttiOUifl0ii0e Is ELECTA FI G1liII COFFEE Jt 1 iIn smooth nod dainty blene JiJof selected highland grown bcanaUsc iarket8 ctcicest of towcookln nd rTbeFledaproccss the genuine Toffee f Itjiavorand f r In us gEleetaColreeyonaresueoC it the finest II ittc1C would make Electa worth wore any you everdrank J8J 1thsnolhtrcoftees the roasmg Savor t IC I Tate an 0Telephone 35IISw iw i J Jas B Parke i2 Handles Only the Best in Groceries Fruits- Vegetables As he sells for CASH ONLY his customers i get the benefit of the lowest prIces possibie A Trial rYj JAMES B PARKE tf CASH STORE i Staple and Fancy Groceries Phone 624 FIRST STREET si F i tt McCreary z Residence aTo Rent A z tI desiro to rent for thovyoa jOl my ro i izdonco in Richmond Kentucky oh Main Street f tt idjoining the residence of Stanton Thorpe and i tnow occupied by Thomas J Smith Srvrantl f i family VK i Jly residoncciis largo and cflmmodiouvfliii Vti rL xit roomsandnine three halls is weir furnishedaaa everycbuvunierice 7 I Piirsons wishin to look at this residenca if wiUpleasQtosea me or3Irs Thus J Smith ok i Jtho residence jX J JASE B iSfcCREARY j t = t 00 Artistic PSitog aphy S Bring in the babies 4 make a specialty of taking their pictures McGaugheyde ph- erNVWHLrEHThe Old Reliable Dry Goods Man Late Summer Fabrics arnbwJilI ing our shelves also1 a c6mpleteA L showing o- fSchool Dress I Materials r We carry a full line tf Noveltiesj and our Lace and Hamburgs areI unsurpassed V Orcash system of doing business nabtes us to ogive our customers iseciaJly Let Prkest Were ass li fe h youJ call and Inspect ourSeSik 0 NV WHITE Mata street below first RmIMoNe T 11 4t t 11 J o7t cjIt