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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 7Y Bght Pagc s rt a r THE RICHMONIDCLIMAxf 37th YEAR RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 23 1910 NUMBER 25 WALL PAPER IBest of Feed for the Horse 1 Burnside Right Way good work of you pect much strengthalldspeed surely See that his table good yours by buying his grain oats corn from Robinson E Coal Lime Salt Cement Sand and Plaster Material RPHONEn tJ Let The Climax Do Your Job Printing Im Convinced You Give Every Man a Square11 Deal The above compliment paid us a satisfiedcustomer hence dont you believe there must othersof the same opinion a town of less than four hundred pea J pIe with fierce competion on sides we have in eight years a Banking busi v ness of over 12500000 Resources s Lickt Ej E L Woods W C Fish VPres W G Kemper Cashier O N Terrill Asst We= Sell M yManton Patterns lOc Each The to get is- o buy your paper from an up to date j ne and get an uptodate paper hanger whom ex so as to is in order is as as etc was by be Tn all built up Pres Cashier GrandMaster OF Kentucky Masons R R Burnam a Most Promi nent Mason says Journal The Masonic Home Journal one of the leading Masonic publications in Kentucky and the United States con tains the following excellent article this week concerning the Masonic career of Grand Master Robert R Burnam who is one of Richmonds leading citizens His Masonic career began early in life probably because his peoplo have near ly all been members of the order ills maternal grandfather Dr A W Rol lins was the first Master of Richmond Lodge No 25 Brother Burnam was made a Mason in Richmond Lodge No 25 in June 1SSO andwas elected Secro tary of the same on the following St Johns day Ho served the craft as such for several years He received the capit ular degrees of Masonry in Richmond Royal Arch Chapter No 1C in 18S1 and was elected Principal Sojourner that same year The next year ho was elect ed High Priest of this chapter kind at tended the Grand Chapter Ho was knighted in Richmond Com mandery No 19 in 133 while Past Grand Commander Sam IL Stone was its Commander He was first elected Master of his Lodge in December 1885 and has served repeatedly since in that capacity He has also been ugh Priest of his chapter and commander of his Commandery many times Never refusing to serve either body when they needed his services but always willing to give way to others Ho was made a Council Mason at Richmond when the council degrees were conferred in the chapter After the separation ho was healed in London Council and retained his membership there until the council was organized at Richmond when he demitted and be came a charter member there He took the Shrine at Louisville in Kosair Tom pIe but when Oleika Temple was 01 ganized at Lexington transferred his membership there Our newly elected Grand Master was intimately associated with the late Jno Speed Smith P G MrIn raising tho fund to establish the Homo for Old Masons now located at Sholbyville Ho was for a number of years Treasurer of that Fund but because of other business had to resign He was appointed Grand Principal Sojourner of the Grand Chapter in 1899 by the Grand High Priest Speed Smith and became the Grand High Priest him self in 1903 He was appointed to the Station of Ptw ffl WP BAXTERGrand Prelate ia the Grand COFBHHHI dory in 1900 madevacantby the death of Sir Smith and by regular steps became the Grand Coaamaauer at Frankfort in 1901 In 1903 he was elected Grand Junior Warden of the Grand Lodge after having served many times on important committeesFew in Kentucky have over reached Iho esteem in which Brother Burnam is hold by the craft as shown by tho honors heaped upon him He is Past Grand Commander Past Grand High Priest and made most gratifying records as the head of the Grand Chapter and Grand Commandery and that he will bring credit to tho Grand Lodge is as certain as the sun shines This is in brief the story of the life of our Grand Masterone in every way attractive and worthy of emulation There can be no doubt but that the craft will be safely guided while he is at thehelmu Richmond Honored Two State Officers ofSuffrage Association Reside in This City Richmond was honored last Wednes day in Covington at the choosing of the tinkers for tho Kentucky Equal Rights Association to servo for the ensuing year It was one of the biggest meetings that has ever been held by tho association The following special from Covington says At the closing session of tho Ken tucky Equal Rights Association the following officers were elected Miss Laura Clay president Lexing ton Mrs Mary B Clay first vice presi dent Richmond Mrs Mary 0 Cramer second vice president Lexington Mrs N S McLaughlin third vice president Covington Mrs Mary ltoark corresponding secretary Richmond Mrs Emma Roebuck recording secretary Mrs Isa bella Shepard treasurer Covington The impetus given the state Associa tion by the visit of Dr Anna Shaw was exemplified by a resolution introduced by Mrs John Castleman Louisville inviting the National convention of the American Suffrage Association to meet next April in Louisville the guest of the Kentucky Equal Rights Association A unanimous vote carried on a motion to this effect Dr Anna Shaw accepted for the national executive board the cor dial invitation saying she bad simply implied tho desire of the national associ ation to comp to Kentucky and was de lighted at the unanimous desire of the State Association to have them como Dan H Brock life fire and acc- identinsuranceU Republicans Have Saddled an Immense Pension List Upon us and it is Growing The following facts as compiled by a national writer in Worlds Work in regard to the growmg pension list and the enormous sum that the people of this county especially the South must pay to keep up this list will bo read with much Indignation Now that the- Naiona1Congress is in tho power of the Democratic thirty and a Democratic President will shortly be at the head of the government this gouging of the treasury for many soldiers that never smelt the smoke of battle will cease Listen to these facts Gen Robert E Leo surrendered at Appomattox Court house AprU91SG50n Juno 34of that year the pension list contained 85980 names The wounded and the widows of the dead had not yet of course all had time to file their claims A year later there were on the pension rolls tho names of 120722 men and women among whom 15450550 was that year distributed lOn June 30 1009 tho last fiscal year for which exact figures are obtained fortyfour years after Leos surrender there were on the pension rolls tho names of 040101 persons among whom 101973703 was that year distributed During the last fist al year ending Juno 30 1910 thelfoll Ore probably 940000 names and tho unt distributed was probably 155Oob7ioO The people of the United States are today paying out In pensions annually to men and women porsumod to have suffered through a war fought out and finished forty five years ago a sum ten times as great as that paid out in the year immediately following the war The total pension payments made by the Government previous to the out break of the Civil War would barely last the pension bureau today through two quarterly payments duo pensioners under the gigantic system which has grown out of the Civil War To beneficiaries from the Civil War alone we have paid the enormous total of 3080401840 forty times as much as has been paid pensioners of all the previous wars combined Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets do not sicken or gripe and may be taken with perfect safety bythe most delicate womanor the youngest child The old and feeble will also find them a most suitable remedy for aiding and strengthening their weakened digestion and for regulating the bowels For sale by all dealers nlm We Go Weh r c U i is of r 0 3 a C I am pleased to recommend Cough Remedy as the bes thing know of and safest remedy fc r coughs colds and bronchial writes Mrs L B Arnold Colo Wo have used it m it has never failed to give relief For salo by all dealers nlm The ladies of the Baptist Church will hold their Bazaar at tho Masonic Temple on Saturday Dec 10 Lunch will be served at noon nOt I do not believe thero 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 by all dealers nlm The Wrong Way is to buy a lot o old stock and get anybody to hang it far you Phone FOR BY A I a frf 1- dM J c Retire Carts Sell Liquid Veriee I One reason why will find most bed in ilEARIiS rOSTER MATTRESSM that the springiness the cotton is times by the Special Web Process ofmaking the felt We will explain this to you more fully when you call Sixty Nights Free Trial 10J5 1350 31600 and 2- 25OIdIiarn LackeyUndertaking Specialty Chamberlains troublet Chamberlains unsurpassed SALE DOBROWSKY FIRST STREET fTTTTTfTTTTTTTTTTTTTT ILIJLJrEIJLTTIIflV PROCLAMATION ITIITIDDDCIJJIODDDCIJD Section WALL PAPER you the iiiiaiiious the natural magnifiedmany layers IIIEDI Dav Telephone 76 Night Telephone 136 229 WS O RO L S Two Good Things=== OUR COAL YOUR MONEY Lets Swap is R BlantonTELEPHONE 85 We Sel- l1ay Manton Patterns IOc Each This has been an exceedingly good business year with us The people of Madison county have been very generous with their patronage during the past twelve months That we may not seem un ar 1twgrateful for your patronage it gives us great pleasure to proclaim out thanks to each and every one of ar TI t LX you purchasers at the Hustling Cash Store You are earnestly invited to make this store your place J F A for buying and we pronounce that in every possible way you will be pleased a Z ftA tq Very respectfully Hamilton Broswf 1uiI 1jrtf AIiiStiN wiJ Are ShOil1g the Greatest Line rr of Ladies Tajfloip Suits i 8 4 i ic f1 i ir r P ill the City at Prices from 1000 to 2500 1 Tr t 3 t iW t tf values not Excelled elsewhere for 500 to 3500 Ladies Misses and Childrens Cloaks the latest in style and pdcesivithitl reachof allj 5i rf0 Tv k Never before have we shown such splendid assortments suchnobby styles in r H i J J f f 2 i1f 3 c Clot lugan Overcoats for Men Bdvs arid CMldreji- I A i i f it r Our Suits aneWDvercoats from tO00 to 2500 are far better than we have ever before offered We can supply iirwantiirfitv thin n u 1f y vv it ff tfe to date fiirnishlrigs for ladies and gents High Quality and Low 1 icesGive us an opp tunitywe will please you n 1arniltn BrothersFIrs Ii c i i a ijCorner 11iIlnrh2iJ5 5L i d ij O 37 lichmondKenyoky m o 0 t f E v b SxM v o 3 New Fall Sbirts 50 and 75c values Sale Price 45c 125 new fall Emperor Shirts Sale Price 98c Mens Heavy Underwear Now is the to lay in your supply of winter Underwear Just come and see what fine values we offer at i I Jj1T reen Tag1 i price attend SaIeit means a cash saving to RICHMONDu Green Ta Clothing Salen Nice Clean Honest and Overcoats to be sold in two weeks You no doubt have attended sales galore but when it comes to legitimate merchandising nothing ever hap Handiupon In in any part of Kentucky on the values We show everything newfashionable styles and exclusive fashions Specializing Suits for at 1248We are going to make a very novel proposition and if we did not have confidence in these suits we could not afford to suggest such a thing Go to any clothing store in Richmond and ask to see the suits they sell for S18 examine the carefully take your time about itinspect the fabrics the way they remade up the seams look at the button holes and the then come to our store and compare what vou 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 all that is new in styles weaves patterns and can fur nish any color that you want at Green Tag price windproof rainproof and snow proof Overcoat is the latest work in utility practicability and styling It is your coat if you want it and at a price will make you say yes when you see the Tag price rLr 19 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 the shortest possible time and therefore name prices that will make them go Seeing is believing dont miss the bargains S 750 Overcoats sale price S 498 1000 Overcoats sale price 798 1250 Overcoats sale price 998 1500 and 1750 eosale price 1248 2000 Overcoats sale price 1498 2500 Overcoatt sale price 1998 500 Pairs Mens Socks I Black and colors known as Iron Sox wear like iron never sold for less 25cpair Our Ithan this sale Winter The that I 500 pairs Infants Seamless Hose white blue and black sale5clOc pair during this Dont fail to this Great Stock Reducing great you Suits competition Men garments linings l3c SI248f Begins Saturday November Closes Saturday December MensShi1ts it Ol j Bargains in Mens Pants We have scoured a lot of drummers Sftmplo Pants which we offer duiiag this sale at an unheard of low price as welt as wo offer our regular stock of French Cast meres and fanpy neal pattern 4tiyohro- going to put them in at prices that will n speedy clearance All ear 185 ad 190 aIucsSaloPrjco8OS- All oat 200 valisalo 120- SiePrtceAll oar 200 values 174 All our 9valdre J vatoPrTce 203 Allow i06Vnn Site Price ii Take Advantage of this GritSafe 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 beautifully tailored and madp 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 750 values Sale Price 498 All 1000 valuesSale Price 798 yll 1250 valuesSale Price 998 All 1500 values V Sale Price 1248 All 1800 and 2000 value Sale Price 1498 All Others Reduced in Proportion IWe For Cash Only I Sale U 39ci DC 1Wlj tl Big Worsteds insuro Price rF Furnishings Ha1svortlv8125 to SlCQfor j ii 98c 0adsizallats worui rom 5Oc toIJ5c for X t2 ii li267- 5okens Ruling Night Sll1rSuiLOO Mcns Outing TightShirtatJ lWe 1253feBs QuiiBgKlghfi ShirLsatn i 9Be i Splendid line oC Shirts just tho thing i wintorwear valoes up to 75c sale price l3evln Neckwear we emrry ill the most stylish tbl fst Ieithlq dsfllItho now aliadfls verve popular 1IkJii1eIiI cotnpleteIKl worthy o1IHlr twRliei1iClih Boys SuitsEvery mother wants to see her boy look as well or even a little better than some ones else boy Her 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 8998 Boys 1000 Suits for 748 Boys 750 Suits for 598 Boys 500 Suits for 398 Boys 350 Suits for 248 Boys 250 Suits for 1P8 Boys 200 Suits for 148 Boys 150 Suits for 98 Don t Fail to Attend This Great Sale 1 Store closed Friday Nov 1 8th to make preparations and mark down prices for Jhis Great Bargain Sale Hurry Hurry Hurrytr Thjs sale is going to commence Tell your friends This the greatest sale we have ever conducted Every article in our immense stock isi marked down to make a quick sale We Sell For Cash 9ly Boys Overcoats We bought 50 Boys Overcoats sizes ranging years These are sample cOatsnIJlUJre aot iUY rth Collars Suspenders Gloves and Overalls all at greatly reduced prices cr c 7RESPECTFULLY f E V r l ELDEV n 4 to 8 w yourII f M N T- Nov irrJ 0 DeC 3 KENTUCKY r r Camy WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 23 1910 t 0 NUMBER 25 30 Days Trial in yourown Home These are remarkably liberal terms upon which we that Magazines which is sewing machine business The FREE any other machine Then if you not convinced that it is the your deposit so the trial not cost you one cent hoar much Inter Its Rdcidllo Motemeat Biikttitsev tow much easIer ll II la uw In Shuttle ti togs kneel mill driver ko StoolPieolnt Y ND CLIMAX Today1A Week Pay ments the sell byWmand revolutionizing the Sewing Machine lenOTnRwing thebestownTheestablishment Giveithave been best thelowthat will beutntaimakerecto deichow much more xoaveniecl ir ro have aa LockIrkit aever comet oil sad a years lasuruce Policy ifalatl e err kind ol accident ISO Come and See The F EJtomorrow and take it home with you Luman Higgins Furniture Carpets Stoves Opp Hotel Glyndon West Main Street THEFINESTiAssortment o- fVEHICLES to be found in Central Kentucky are now on display it our Factory on Water Street If you need a r Buggy Carriage Wagon or anything in this line it will be interesting to com pare the quality and prices of our goods with those of other firms Lackey Colyer Water Street Richmond Ky ifF Bachelors Man Who Loves Single Blessedness to Be Taxed For His Temerity Tlio question of whether bachelors should bo taxed is again Agitating some parts of the country This time U has Broken out in llcraphis arid the Com mercialAjipCal takes tho nfilrmaUvo on the proposition on tho grounds that all singleblestednessIsluxuryitshouli ed as the other luxuries of life in face of alto fact however dui Dr Johnson says that the married man has many pleasuresProceeding men ought to marry and suffer the penalty therefor the writer joins in the demand to tax those who are so selfish as not to want to make a woman par ticipate in their misery A bachelor is oncof the most useless spokes in the wheel of civilization Ho foregoes all of tho troubles of matrimony and never knows thq horror of walking the floor with his offsprirfgr or of being kept awake all night by its squalls Tax e- mnndtaxcm till they are forces to marry Their money could not go to a better purpose than fora fund to support the old maids that their selfishness has made to exist To Be Torn Away The Mason house at Lancaster ono of the first hotels or as was known In olden times taverns built in Ken tucky is to be torn away to make room for an opera house This old hotel at one time was ono of tho most popular in Kentucky but that wits many years ago In yo olden times when tho only road to tho South was from Lexington via Lan caster to Somerset Lancaster was the regular stopping place over night for the stage line and this old house has shel tered many prominent people It was owned by tho late Cut James B Mason later by Keg Mason now circuit clerk It is built of brick and the old time bell house still does business on the roof This is possibly the last of the old taverns in Kentucky want Damages Suit for damages in the sun of 50 000 wasJiled late Wednesday afternoon in the Bourbon Circuit Court at Paris by the Burley Tobacco Society against tho Louisville iG Nashville railroad for the loss by fire at Millersburg of many hogsheads of 1009 pooled Tobacco valued at the amount sued for The petition alleges that the dcfcndcnt company through negligence and de fective equipment caused a storage warehouse containing pooled tobacco to take fire from sparks from a passing locomotive causing Ihe warehouse and its contents and the contents of another warehousovadjoining to bo destroyed Miss Daisy Cameron who is the star of Nancy which will appear at tho Opera House at an early datois not only known through her previous work in the Metropolitan attractions but to many by her celebrated phonograph records At a tremendous salary Miss Cameron was especially engaged by the Edison Phonograph Co to mako two records a month and her records are great popularIrecords are es tiffs artiste and hear her sing some or her famous songs and to note tho comparison between her own renditions and those heard through the phonograph Many who are v acquainted with her great records will bo anxious to see just how this dainty prima donna looks and acts so as to better appreciate her records thereafter Royal is the only baking powder made from Royal Grape Cream ofTartar ROYALBaking Absolutely Prrr- oHighest in- Leavening Efficiency Makes Hot Breads Wholesome There is little danger from a cold or froaran attack of grip except when fol lowed by pneumonia and this never happens when Chamberlains Cough Kemedy is used This remedy has won its great reputation and extensive sale by its remarkable cures of colds and grip and can bo rolled upon with im plicit confidence For sale by aU dealers nlm r I ri Depoti i 66jJ i 1 Electric Chair Soon to Be Completed At Eddyvilie The old times barbarous way of inflicting the death penalty in Kentucky will soon be a thing of the past as the work of installing the death chair at Edtly ville penitentiary is going on stead ily and will be ready for use in a few weeks Thee electrocution law went into effect on June 14th and ifa crime is committed after that time for which the death penalty is imposed the con domed man will be electrocuted There has been notable change made in the prison at Frankfort The old poniteri tiary at that plrco will soon be convert ed into a reformatory and this is one of the principal reasons the death chair was located at Eddyvillo instead of Frankfort as it is hardly probable the death penalty will bo inflicted in a reformatory The Prison Commission will be ready in a few months to begin tho transfer of the prisoners All prisoners over thirty years of age will betaken to Eddy ville and all under thirty will go to Frankfort Also under this new law all prisoners no matter what crime that meet the requirements IIiS to conduct can be paroled and quite a number are now being granted Found- A pair of childs mils white fur with leather palms Owner can have samo by applying at this offi- ceShepherdBush Mr and Mrs John J Shepherd of near Paint Lick Ky celebrated their 50th marriage anniversary at their hospitable homo last Sunday Nov 13th An elegant course inner was served They received a number of nice presents Mr Shepherd is 72 years old his wife 67 It was a most enjoyable occasion The following were in attendance Mr and Mrs JW Shepherd Mrs Franklin S Cockrill Mr and Mrs G Shepherd Mr and Mrs J L Shepherd Mr and Mrs C D Shepherd Mr Isariah B Shepherd Mr and Mrs W E Bryan Misses Mary E Cockrill Mary E Shepherd Georgia B Shepherd Vir ginia Shepherd Frances Shepherd Catherine Shepherd Willie Bryan Messrs Simon Cockrill H n WISeman Edison Shepherd Karl Shepherd Willie Wiseman Mr and Mrs J N Brookshier Mrs Emma Shimfcssel Mr and Mrs Bush Rice Miss Katherine Rice Mr John Horsby Mr and Mrs J T Camp Mr and Mrs Dr John A Snowden Miss Amos Willis Mrs Sallle Willis Mr and Mrs George Wilson Mr and Mrs A W Stewart Mr and Mrs C I Ogg J J Shepherd and Mary E Bush wore married near Vienna Clark countyKy Nov 13 1800 To them were born twelve children seven of whom are living viz J W Shepherd Office Editor Gospel Advocate Nashville Tonn Mrs Frankie Cockrill Irvine George B Shepherd contractor and builder Cincin nati Ohio J Leslie Shepherd Charlie D Shepherd Richmond Isariah B Shepherd Paint Lick and Mrs Julia Bryan Cincinnati Ohio They have twontythrce living grand children and ono great grand child High License Probably the highest amount ever paid in Kentucky for saloon license will now be charged in Bowling Green The City Council passed an ordinance fixing the saloon license at 5000 each Not withstanding this steep figure therowero eight applicants for license as soon as the ordinance was passed This will give the city an income of 40000 a year from eight saloons which is more than any city of this size over derived from saloon licenses before Gov Willson Issues Thanksgiving Proclamation Tie President of the United States his by a public proclamation set aside Thursday the 21th day of November 1910 a day of thanksgiving to God and in harmony with that proclamation and the spiritof our Commonwealth and all of its people I Unite in that action of the President No land and people have so much to be thankful for and I call upon our peo ple to pray to Gods right and justice to prevail in all lands and throughout our land and in every neighborhood thereof Wo are thankful for tho blessings of the government the people by the people and for the people We are thankful for the many blessings and bounties bestowed upon us We are thankful for tho food friends and good cheer for our hopes and our chances We are thankful for all that the Lord has brought tp those in His providence and His visdonu We should give covenant that we wilt cherish and obey His laws and keep with each other the covenants ol our own laws and customs to do honor to the Lord of hosts and to bring blessings to the Commonwealth Let uspray that Ho will bring it to pass that every soul shall have an equal chance before the law and that this Commonwealth shall grow rich in Iho true spirit of the old Kentucky home Let us welcome every useful worker who comes to us to live Let us do all in our power to keep and hold the love friendship good will and fidelity of all who are with us now Now Therefore I Augustus E Will son Governor of Kentucky have set aside and do hereby fix the twentyfourth day of this November nineteen hundred and ten as a day of general thanksgiving and prayer and ask that in so far as in us lies all shall cease from toll and business and in our homes and places of worship truly thank our God for his blessings and gracious providence and pledge to Him to keep our covenants with our God and each other of faithful service human kind ness patient and steadfast endurance of the tasks of life and earnest good work to the end that we may hope for continued and renowned blessings In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and caused the seal of the Commonwealth of Kentucky to be affixed Done at Frankfort this fourteenth day of November in the year of Our Lord nineteen hundred and ten and in tho one hundred and nineteenth year of the Commonwealth AUGUSTUS E WILLSOX Governor of Kentucky By Ben L Brunor Secretary of State Newspaper Errors Somo people seem to think they prove their own brilliancy by being able to point out errors in a newspaper After taking their leisure to pick out flaws in work that had to be done in a hurry they call the newspaper man by telephone or hail him on the street for wrong capital ization or a split infinitive if they can find nothing more serious Every ono makes mistakes in his profession but with most people only the boss knows about it The newspaper mans mistakes arc spread out for all the world to see The conditions of newspaper making demand that be done at high pres sure If the editor went to his task with the extreme caution manifested by the lawyer when he writes a will there would not be time to do much writing And few people realize what infinite pains even under existing conditions are taken to avoid error far as possible The bulk of the mistakes arc the result of inaccurate information given to reporters LOSTSmall brown leather bag Return to trice d Arnold store 2x H H Moors Air Tight StoVeshold fire longer with less coal than all others Ask who own them For sale by D B SHACKELFORD end CO Main Street West Telephone 33 Can 1 Save You Monev on Magazines I have received my clubing prices for November and will pay you to con stilt me before you order your Magazine for the coming year I can save you money Why Because my prices are cheaper and I save you trouble and worry I see that you receive every copy of the Magazine you order from me and guarantee my service to you Dont wait until it is to late but see me at your earliest convenience or telephone 101 Thomas C Turpin Agt Hamptons Notice to Creditors All persons having claims against the estate of Mary Stocker deceased will please present same to the undersigned properly verified on or before December 3 1910 or samo will be barred Wm Jenkins Admr 1124t Newby Ky Skin Affections Whether on Infant or Grown Person Cured by Zemo and Zemo Soap An Unusual Offer The Perry Drag Store says to every person le it man woman or child who has an irritated tender or itching skin to coma to our store and procure a bottle of ZEMO and a cake ZEMO soap and if you aro not entirely satisfied with the results come back and get your money So confident are we of the efficacy of this clean simple treatment that we make you this nh saal offer- ZEMOia a clear liquid for external use that has cured so many cases of eczema pimples dandruff and other forms of skin eruption ZEMO and ZEMO soap are the most economical as well the cleanest and most effective treatment for affections pf the skin or scalp whether ou infants or grown peronsI S S PAUKES PnKsiDEsr W N BEXSETT VICE PRESIDENT Condensed Statement of the Condition of Cao e1rn IN l IloDlmlkRICHMOND KENTUCKY At the Close of uslness Nov 10 1010 RESOURCES Loans and Uiscountsu317j 50 Overdrafts 11392 29 U S Handsnn 53500 00 Banking House etc 900000 Cash and Due from BanJsnn 68811 32 Total Nov 10 1909 n 75 Nov 10 1910 u Wo and a of your in and and and J t r J j i p B as it so it as c IN vc i fl r J7 k H 1 i II lHl L if c f J 0 t 0 u C u c v7Kg f r i nn Capital 00 Surplus Fund 00 Undivided Profits 1903 90 Circulation n 00 296134 27 Deposits 241700 Deposits uuu 290134 27 solicit invite share patronage promising return prompt efficient service courteous honorable treatment W CROOKE CASHIER WIND GlASS and Putty all sizes prices the lowest We Put in Wall Paper WindowShades WLLLGNG 213 BRING YOUR I TO NearLATELEEKOHE TOBACCOWAREHOUSE RIC0N D ICY t rc Auction iaeS jbt D81J JsQuARE JJtSAJL TO ALL JeJ1rsO2 7J D IB EC Ty41i ro i Elzie Million Thos J Smith ff T Marion Coy Q Vuat Section 2w those LIABILITIES Stock10000011000 50200 Dcposltsn 17unurespectfully W always filass Paints Frames1 and Mirrors West Main Street 1 141 Oils- YarnishesPictnres 1 Scrofula disfigures and causes lifelong misery Children become strong and lively when given small doses o- fScottsEmulsiOn every day The starved body is fed the swollen glands healed and the tainted blood vitalized Good food fresh air and Scotts Emulsion conxquer scrofula and many other blood diseases FOR SALE BY AM DRUGGISTS Send 10e name of pa per and thus aIL for our beautiful Savings Bank and Childs SketchBook Each bank contains si Good Luck PennyaSCOTT BOWNE 466 Pearl St N Yt See Me Ucr I represent the leading Commission Merchants- J M Wilson CO of Cincinnati OUR rUits and Vegetables areultt l4rp asedt ntl DISH I1e haveoir competitors R the run Ask Richmond loerctanis who handle our emn Neff rerr Popg19O i RichinondrKy r orders Iii bs 1S vf r T II i Butterick Fashions Munsing Keep Warm r by getting one of those nice All Wool Blankets at McKees Prices ranging from 498 to 1500 Be sure to see our beautiful line of 7 Comforts rl for they are equaled by no one either in quality or price Prices j range 125 to 398 Ifr OWEN McKBE DRY GOODS COMPANY See Our New Styles in tBargain Counter Persian Silks lJt r The Richmond Climax rUIUSlEO ElERt WUSESDiT IT THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO- t Incorporated AD Miiler Pros and Mgr Stove K Yaught Editor c ud lEAGUE FBICE 100 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE WEDNESDAY NOV 23 1010 OSE of the interesting results of the recent election will be the retirement of Chauncy M Depew from tho United States senate A New York dispatch carried by tho Associated Press says With a safe democratic majority assured in tho next state legislature which WIll select a United States senator political prophets are picking a probable successor for Chaunccy M Depow Several candidates arc expected to seek tho position and in tho opinion of political observers tho race promises to bo interesting Already tho names of lour men in New York City havo been advanced as having performed party service meriting this reward They are William F Sheehan former Judge Alton B Parker Edward M Shepard and John B Stanchfield In view of the fact that many of the changes which mado democratio control of the legislature possible occurred upstate it is considered certain tho claims of men residing outside of Now York City will be advanced So far however no names of upstate democrats have been mentioned Parker and William F Sheehan are law partners Tho latter is aTormcr speaker of tho house and former lieutenant governor Edward JL Shepard of Brooklyn was tho democratic candidate for mayor of New York City in 1001 and was one of the men mentioned for the gubernatorial nomination at the Rochester convention Tohn B Stanchfield was the democratic nominee for governor in 1900 and re coked the complimentary nomination of his party for United States senator in- 3901 Judge Parker has authorized a public statement to tho effect that ho would not accept tho office of senator if elected Senator Dopow says that ho is happy in defeat Ho says he is soventyseven years of ago and has spent fiftyfour of these in active politics t REPUBLICAN papers in the Tenth dis l trict are rejoicing over the defeat o- fgJyrd with port paragraphs in their cdi torial columns They forget what great service ho was to thorn in ridding the bloody section of Broathitt of so many t of tho Hargis clan and pcnitcntiaring many of thoso tush hogs which a ro publican official never Imd tho nerve to do On the other hand they senta man fto congress who cares nothing for the inountain people because he is a hench inan for Roosevelt Taft Payne Aldrich Fdothers who would brush by the peo j ple of the Tenth district with a sneer i Langloys dictators were repudiated by c the whole country at the recent election i Tim CarmackCooper trial is now a nothing of the past in Tennessee Attor jiey General Anderson recommended that a verdict for acquital be brought stin Duncan Cooper father of Robin io Cooper was given a full pardon by G- Ot Patterson and the case of the young Ceoper remanded to the lower court for a newltrial It will be recalled thattr Senator Carmack was killed in a street ht withhold man Cooper and the son JCfcis brings to a close one of the most rated cases in the annals of tho Mwrts Tennessee smashedf1Irecord V1 for it yes with his life At Kansas l several days ago ho smiled when v his family said Wo will somo day soon iLbe eaHed on to como after your re iwuins He was killed at Denver i Tbursday while making a flight in wfcieu ho broke the worlds record Re- inrwas tho air 0714 feet Ralph John has been in the limelight but a ort time in aviation but ho has made MMrd that will stand a long time l pint friend and coworker in tho of journalism Ed Shinnick is ifigil1 Iwrd to Senator McCrcary Baking an effort to defeat him for Haaiinitiiin for Governor on the BMraiie ticket Ho is certainly bc f iw4 J9I hols a man of too much w to iftke suc3i a stand Afo still t great hopes that ho will como Mt uQJC in a short time i lfe fcMft Cltnkin even thinking of- ittatettingr the Mt of CoHfressaian Can ifgttl iath 4 Mnth is mYIt jg claimed k jfa fat Mi frriqftTfout th okiKHt that Imrhd ftemtor TftomM Ibk i6 gaInOOIgtflaflitb csp4- oI Itt4II4dS te wblchtwU 4tra lV fQthtSV J LVVV Underwear I PERSONALS Miss Peck of Cincinnati is hero the guest of Miss Jamie Caperton Tho Cccilian Club will meet this after noon with Miss Tillio Tribble LexingtonMiss Helen Daughbrty of Paris came Tuesday for a visit to Miss Mary Barret Laura Estill Francis of Bourbon county was in the city last week on businessMr P Turley and Miss Bessie Tur Icy of Lexington are guests of their sister Mrs Jerro Noland Judge W R Black of Barboursville spent Saturday and Sunday with his father Mr Samuel Black Mrs Harry Blanton and children were in Lexington last week the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs W D Watts Miss Lettio Mao Roberts of Lancaster was a visitor for the German and is the guest of Dr and Mrs C H Vaught Miss Martha Fishback of Fayotto county arrived the first of the week to be with Miss Susan Doty in tho country Misses Josephine and Jane Farroll oi Lexington were over for the German and were the guests of Miss Katherine WhiteMr James Dillion of London was here last week the guest of las brother Harry Dillion of tIm ToddEdwards Lumber Co Mr Lucien Burnam was hero last week attending the Federal court as a witness in an important internal revenue caseVMisses Belle and Nettie Black have returned from a several days visit tc relatives and friends in Barboursville and London Mrs 0 E Vollenwidcr of McArthur Ohio came Monday night to spend the Thanksgiving holidays with her sister Mrs ElmerDeatherage Mrs J D Christopher and daughter IIarlStonedelightful visit to relatives in Irvine Ky ReginaLexington today to spend the holiday EugoneBurginMrs S A Wood of DeLand Florida arrived yesterday to be the guest of Mrs J W Xaring on Lancaster avenue Mrs John Allen of Carlisle is also a guest at the faring home Prof E C McDpuglo left Monday morning for Eastern Ohio where tended the Golden wedding anniversary of his parents Ho returned Wednesday to resume his school duties at Nor mal lIon Hood Worthington ono of the leading citizens of Boyle county hero last week as a juryman in the Federal court Mr Worthington was born and reared in Boyle but this was his first visit to Madison county In connection with her former school duties Miss Elizabeth A Covington will broaden her career by opening a studio at Hotel Martha Washington 20 East 29th street Now York City Miss Cov ington will receive on Fridays from 4 to 6 until June 1st At the home of Prof McDouglo on the Summit last Thursday afternoon Mr John G Cornelison and Miss Julia Ross were united in marriage Prof Mc Dpugle officiating Both parties are well known and reside on the Barnes cityTheremuch happiness Sholbyvillo News Judgo J A Sulli van of Richmond who recently return cd from a trip abroad speht Sunday a guest of Judge E B IleardMlsses Sarah McChord and Mildred Taylor and Mr J W McChord of Lexington and Mr Evan McChord of Richmond motored to Shelby 1le and spent Sunday tile guest of Miss Wanda Willolt Mr Irvine Hume was tho host last Friday evening at a delightful quail supper at Joes restaurant complimentary to several friends Mr Hume is a fine shot and succeeded in bagging nice lot of birds last week Mr Humes guests wero Misses Sara Shackelford Van Greenleaf Gallic Miller Shackelford and Madgo Burnam and Messrs James Wagers George Hume and J J Ncale Friends hero have received a program of a recital given at the College of Music in Cincinnati in which Avery difficult part on the piano was assigned to Miss ladyIsassigning toher of these parts by her instructor Signor Romeo is proof enough that sho is thoroughly accom plished She is a daughter of Mr Joe GiunchiglianL The first cotillion of tho winter season that is to be danced by the Gorman club took place last evening at tho Masonic Temple and the young folk as well as the married couples present the evening thorough1lySmIttiesban- of Cincinnati that has performed on so many similar occasions was present and pregamrndayinggregation is just a little better than the others Quito a number of visitors were present to grace the occasion ajid the Grand March led by Edward Stockton and Miss Jane D Stockton was very pretty indeed with abowtthirty live couples participating favors con sisted of tiny foot ball hon boas pennants turkey cap whistles assorted cards which addedgreatly to the attrac tiveness of the occasion The mxt cotil lion will bp danced during Christmas weekOf the various functions given in hciio of Mesdames Paul Collins and Evan th1cCord of Sesttte Washing obarMIBttbDtheafternoon by MiM H Itt B nntt u hrelegant homo oh Vfcjt J aiu trM The alunctive httUtc WM mad- doabhyso by tht MtjuWW deeorftUdn oeurwo aadpotd t 1 pknta The Thanksgiving atmosphere WM prevalent the deoormliotM ouye Wew luncheon nil beleg sufgeetive of the resUeoccasion E eh guest was presented wftha mJnature turkey stuffed with confections The place cards were hand pamteU designs bear lUG the famous chaateclier and tho hea pheasant Sven tables were used in tho game of Bridge and the guest prize a silver pendant with amethyst setting was won by Mrs McCord while Miss Madge Burnam won the second prize a pair of pearl hat pins Miss Bennett is one of Richmonds most charming girls a social favorite and an ideal hostess and her entertainment was pronounced by all present to be one of the most beautiful of the winter season An audience of near 400 persons heard the opening number of tho Rich mond Lecture Course for the season in the Normal Chapel on Saturday night The attraction was the Mozart Concert Company and it scored a decided hit Every number was encored at least once and it would be impossible to say what feature best pleased the audience Miss Massnick tho soprano and Mrs Abel the violinist both showed entire mastery of their respective arts Mr Motto the cellist out the possibilities of that instrument to an unwonted dcgieo Mrs Noland as accompanist performed her arduous and exasling task with a sympathy that would havo won her an equal share of the applause oven apart from the numbers in which She appeared alone Her pianologues and particularly The Wedding March wero charming As a reader she was wholly natural and entered into the characters with a quiet and sympathetic humor that is as rare as it is artistic The next attraction in the course will be tho impersonator Edward Elliott on January 9th in some high class current play yet to be selectedA social event of the Thanks giving season was the reception and dance tendered the young ladles of the Madison Female Institute on last oven ing by the members of tho faculty This is an annual affair and one looked for ward too with much pleasure by all those who are fortunate enough to be present Tho invitations were sent out by the young ladies to their gentlemen friends and a goodly numborrespondcd besides a few others who were guests of President Cassiday and the faculty About one hundred were present The college colors green and white were particularly noticeable in the decora tlons the dining hall being most artisti cally decorated with chrysanthemums smilax and potted plants placed through out the room After the usual greetings extended the students to their guests the orchestra played and the grand march was the first number on the program and all joined in There were ton numbers with intermission when a de lightful two course luncheon was served consisting of fruits salads and coffee Tho program closed with the Virginia Reel as a finale and this old time square dance was thoroughly enjoyed by alL During the intermissions between the dances Prof Miler on the violin and Misses Bagley and Mayo at tho piano gave several very enjoyable selections which added greatly to the evenings en tertainments The school has always been noted for its lovely receptions and last evening added another to the long list of enjoyable affairs Dont fail to attend the fur opening at Mc Kees Monday and Tues day Dec 5 and 6- LOSTCravanet Overcoat between Moberly and Waco Return to M Wides Land Sales The following land transfers have been recorded the past week Wesley King ts George Jennings 10 acres near Million for 340 James Carr to J K Mor ris 0 acres near Shearer for 225 Clar ence Curtis to James Lamb C acres near Round Hill for 425 Master Commissioner to John Terrill Dunn 97 acres near Ellis Yes for 0701 For 1911 The publishers of The Youths Companion will as always at this season present to every subscriber wbose subscription 175 is paid for lOll a beautj ful Calendar for tho new year The picture panel reproduces a watercolor painting of an oldtime garden in a flood of summer sunshine with ablackground of Lombardy poplars through which ono catches a glimpse of distant hills The picture being in 12 colors tho tones of the original aro faithfully reproduced Good Roads Is the Slogan With the County Administration Judge Shackelford Busy With a little effort on the part of the citizens of the county Madison can within a few short years posscscs the finest country roads in this state Judgo Shackelford is determined to make his administration one of good roads as this is the most important thing to a county Good roads make the county and every citizen will testify to this fact The county must have the help of tho citizens who reside along the roads Those living on tho Lexington pike subscribed 8100 and ten miles of road from Richmond to tho river will be recon structed by the first of April with all the finishing touches All the work that can be done now on this road is flnishished and when spring comes it will bo shaped into a model road The citizens along the Waco pike quickly subscribed tho same amount and the work of recon structing this road is now in progress Both these will be model roads after the finishing touches are put on in the spring by April first anyway Tho im proved road machinery is being used which makes road building so much moro satisfactory Judge Shackelford is anxious that all citizens who are contemplating raising a like sum for their road begin now and report to him so there will bo no delay and all arrangements can bo made to begin work as soon after the first of the year as possible Thero has been much delay occasioned by a scarcity of rock tho past year The county has no crush or and the supply was furnished by a firm in Lee county The price was very reasonable but the demand was too great for the output It is said that there will bo plenty of rock by the first of the year for use on other roads if tho work is to be doneVIThere must be encouragement from for the good roads and as it is but a trifle sum there is no reason why every road in this county cant be reconstructed under tim above plan In former years there were huadredsot dollars spjont for roads la Madison that were not male better simply bscauso modern methods woro not introduced arid without a careful investigation of every part of the work many a dollar will go to waste The county bar not borrowed s dollar so far the past year and it jsthe intention of Judge Shackel ford that they finished with a CMM iwe erd tlMWacocreek road has been graded and rolled CpikemUhueis in addition to the regular contract let collfIbes1opG of very tetinr peLbsjiGthekvsz iiI lt = First Sales Most Gratifying the Loose Leaf Warehouse Tobacco Brings Good Prices Saturday was a big day with the tobacco growers of this county who had been lucky enough to have their crops on the floor of the Madison County Warehouse Many buyers for big manufacturing concerns were on hands early and tho bidding was spirited throughoutThe Tobacco Warehouse Company has opened its sales this season under most encouraging pros pects The managers have been busy getiany delay whatever Good prices wore rerlized on all offerings considering tho quality and not a single rejection was reported About five hundred people wero present including buyers sellers employees the house tho managers and spectators Mr Jesse Cobb made the opening ad dress for the Managers and assured every buyer and seller a square deal Mr Cobb will be the regular auctioned dur ing the season and will get many an extra cent for the grower Mr Stallings the expert auctioneer of the Shelburno house Lexington was present with Mr Silas Sheiburne the Manager and he consented to cry tho sales for the open ing day Ho is Hie of tho best in the countryFor the American Tobacco people Mr J S Thomas is buyer with J D Simpson chief clerk For tho R A Patterson Tobacco Company of Rich mond Ya J S Leach andGT Patton were here Mr Patton is agent for the concern at Lexington J L Smith of Henderson 17 C represent ed J P Taylor Co manufacturers of that city Tho highest price paid was 20 cents for a choice basket full of first grade about fifteen pounds which was purchased by Dr Evans of Richmond who will uso it for chewing and smok ing this winter It was raised by Joseph Boggs and the entire crop was an exceptionally good one Tho American people purchased the bulk of it A cry noticeable smile was on the faces of Directors C II Vaught Elmer Deatherage and Thomas Smith when it was plain that the open ing was going to be a most auspicious one They have been pulling hard lor- a successful loose leaf tobacco market in this city and it certainly looks as if thfiir labors are to bo rewarded W E Lea Manager of the Farmers Tobacco house in Lexington was an interesting spectator and spoke en couragingly of tho outlook as did Manager Shclburne of the Shelburne house Both these gentlemen helped to start tho sales off by lending their aid in several departments Sales will bo held each day if necessary or as fast as the tobacco comes in There will be plenty of buyers always on hands as the big manufacturing concerns throughout tho country havo designated a man to be at the Madison house and pay all that the offerings are wprth Electric lights have been installed and every equipment for the convenience of handling tho tobacco has been put in The Madispn Warehouse is uptodato in every particular Even from Clay county there were offerings that brought good prices considering it was Mountain tobaccoThe number of pounds sold was 28395 and the average per hundred for tho entire offering was 775 a most gratifying price to all concerned con sidering it the first days sales of the reason for several low prices was tIm fact that the tobacco had been wet in order to hurry the weed coming in case Tobacco growers should not under any circumstances apply water to tobacco but await a good season from rain or moisture Do not attempt to handle it too dry and sort it carefully kccpins the grades separate in deliver ng so that you may receive the highest market price for it All doctored tobacco will necessarily sell poorly Mr J S Thomas tho expert here for the American Tobacco Co said that after the tobacco had become in proper case from a real season that it would bring as much on tho Madison loose leaf market as any other market in the country Although representing the trust Mr Thomas is a conscientious man who is certainly a square dealer IIo is n Southern gentleman Although hundreds of Madison county people flocked to the fields last Tuesday to get in a days sport on the quail and rabbits not a single accident has so far been reported which shows that the hunters in this county are very careful Supt Coates Writes Interestingly of His Great Educational Trip Tim Climax is just in receipt eta let ter from Supt Coates who is a member of the delegation of State Superintend ents of Public Instruction of all Southern states that is visiting many states in the north east and Canada in an effort to got ideas of school work and what is being done Tho party loft Indianapo lis last week in a special car Supt Coates letter is dated Toronto Canada November 18th and says in part Tho party is made up of State Super- Intendents Drolly of Texas Brittain of Georgia Cook of Ark Eggleston of Va Gunnels of Ala Holloway of Flor ida Jones of Tonn Joyner of N 0 Powers of Miss Shawkey of West Va Willingham elect of Alabama G W Knon of Dept of Agr Washington and State Supervisors Brown of La and Tate orS C Dr A P Bourland of the Southern Education BoardIs with the party Tho expenses of the trip are met by the Southern Education Board and amounts to several thousand dollars The purpose is to give to one represen tative front each stale the opportunity to observe The very best in education on the continent The trip was planned by Mr Knon who isa KentHckiau- We have spent four days in studying the excellent schools of northern Indian We left Lafayette ytrdyt 30d p m and came here in special ear ovur etrltjTheMtMtshiBg to me klan of us We shall iMin this provide two days seetnr the be t Canada At the proper tnvl shall write a re pert of Mrtrip iMttrar forth the MMU of our pbMrvMJbM It is a rwt oppor toahy to a maa eitjr 8uperiaUnd t I the x mltc wilt Wl in aaoky 141IlOO 11111 the yncr- JmVf ic vtn1J j TJ OPMN A Married Iterea CiLIzenA wedding of much iBlerest oa Mcow t of Iho wide acquaia tance ef the contracting parties took place at the home pf the bride in our city this morning at 10 ocl kTlIe bride is the daughter of Mr andJ rs J Biirdolt and the groom Mr John L Gay is one of Bercas leading bushiest inenand has served in tho town in many capacities being at present Mayor and cashier of the BorcaNatonalBank The wedding was a quiet affair only the immediate families being present Rev M K Pasco officiated After the core mony Mr and Mrs Gay took the noon train for Florida whorothey will spend a couple of weeks They will bo at home to their many friends in Borea December 1 I At tho home of Mr William Lcdford Thursday afternoon Mr Charles Curry of the Baldwin section of this county and Miss Anna Mao Azbill were united in marriage Rev W 0 Foster former pastor of tho East End Christian church officiating Tho brido is a beautiful young woman and resides near Valley View They will be at homo in that section of tho county where the groom is a prosperous farmer1 Notice to Creditors All persons having claims against the estate of D J Snowdph aro requested to file same properly verified on or before Jan 1 lOll or samowhljo Tarrcd Q CiiJiiowden nov234t i Administrator Play TcVdav The Caldwell flighichqoIwiIi line up this afternoon on the IbcaLgridiron field against tho foot ball team of the Paris Right School ThesoHcams have met be lore and the Boufbonilcs were tho vie tors It was on the Paris Jiold and the score was 17 to 10 The game today wil bb called at 230 Pioneer Park Real Estate In the County Court tho past week the following real estate transfers were recorded J U Stevens to Margaret Rayburn house and lot in Richmond 2500 Richmond National Bank to Southern Najtional Bank building in Richmond for 12000 Master Commissioner to W II Porter house and lot in Berea for 505 same to Berea Real Es tate Improvement Co house and lot in Berea forl000 Hiram Marcum to Mike Peters house and lot inRichmond for 1500 First Fatality Thomas Bridges fifty years of age a workmaff engaged in the construction of the new high bridge across the Ken Lucky river foil from the bridge Thursday afternoon his lifeless body striking the water after lulling 250 feet Bridges had bcen cmployed on the bridge for somo months and was assist ing in moving a heavy piece of timber when tho accident occurred Missing his footing he fell from the bridge struck a tower of ma9nry somo distance below which snapped his neck and was dashed into the riverApO feet below Bridges is survived by his wile and four children who live near High Bridge This is the first accident Jo oc cur during construction Join IL Following a movement all over the United States inaugurated several months ago for mens biblo classes a large class was organized in this city last Sunday morning at the Second Christian church with an enrollment of seventeen members By next Sunday it is hoped to have fifty members Attorney O P Jackson was chosen as instructor and the name of tho class will be Loyal Men A feature of tho work will be a relief fund A small amount will bo laid aside every Sunday from tho offerings which will servo as a relief fund for members of tho class Thu class is not denominational all protestant churches are entered in the causep14 MDorn was chosen presi dent and L H Stagner secretary and treasurer The class will meet every Sunday beginning 845 a ra at the Second Christian church in the East End until further notice In the after noon on Sunday a business meeting will bo hold beginning promptly at oclock Read This All Who Suffer From Catarrh Sore Throat or Colds Millions of people throughout Amer ica have breathed IIYOMEI pronounco it Highomo and now own IIYOMEI Inhaler made of hard rubber If you own a IIYOMEl Inhaler no matter where you livo you can get a bottle of IIYOME atjl L Mlddeltons and druggists everywhere for only 50c Ask for an extra bolt Jo of IIYOMEI Inhalent it is only 50c and with it you can cure a cough or a cold in a day You can get relief from catarrh or stophawkingnudJust pour a fow dropsbf IIYOMEI into the inhaler and breathe it in thats all Its to easy and so pleasant and so muchmore desirable than swallowing nauseating drugs Breathe over tho inflamed membraneof the nose and throat and its soothing healing action wilt be foil immediately If you havo hot a IIYOMEI Inhaler Jet a complete IIYOMEI outfit at onco This only costs 100 and with it comes a IIYOMEI Inhaler that will lust a life time and ought to be in every family Great Closing Out Sale Of Fall and Winter Millinery at tho now Millinery Store obsonJnlIc1liig Richmond Ky Beginning Friday Nov 18th 1010 antI continuing thirty days Ladies my immense stock of Fall and Winter Mats and Millinery Materials will be placed on sale at rockbottom prices to clean up and close out stock in 30 days Never has there bon such bargaia offered in Richmond in Millinery us I shall offer you November 18th for 50 days Mj hats aro all beautiful ia style and material and finish in mak- Ing and ilesigH My priCearoVflt cot and less than cost as I must cleanup 301Frenchvery latest 12 dozen Paris shapes re duced to 1000 and 8300 S20C0 hats for 1000 Mid 1000 h ti1own to 000 anVil jess Beautiful fiuwhod Silk Velvet Turbans tf8 atid t1 NiC JLUIILyV Street lists 35to2a07a good goto meeting hat 9200 to 100 If you dont believe It eosae and s6 and bring your ponoy with yU or someoiicelsoViifijet the one you want WRwf wodfr IHUS gains they shuare jbar 4iis Every thiog elwacd up sold and the windows washed ton CnrW mas flwrt missthiaI chance tog t the real things in hats at delightful bargain prices We will fill orders at SUM discounk prices We have the b tinmikr Richmond so people tell opT rOtfint jfjf for- yoemelf RluNb Frtdy tsmber 1B lPc tnu 30 dio before beV taraaiaa sad mit rk 4dpteked ovw- uipeIthly J MrLannZoiiurC 2 J J T j 1V Base Ball President U seryis Unani mously Chosen President ForNext Year Other News President 0 Ussery reelected to head the Blue Grass League for tIle com ing season and a salary limit of 1000 a months vas the principal business trans acted by the directors of that organization at their meeting in Paris last week Frankfort was not representedV The meeting was hold in tho Elks building and began at 11 oclock and lasted two hours Tho meeting was called to order by President Usscry who submitted his report for the season of 1010 which was audited by a committee consisting of J Q Stewart of Winchester To A Sheets of Lexington and James II Fitzgerald of Maysvillo President Usscry in submitting his report reviewed the season of 1010 at length and pointed out what ho considered the pitfalls that threatened the suc cess of tho league from both a financial and harmonious standpoint h1sald- that the forthcoming year of organized baseball in tho Blue Grass would prove to bo tho crisis as the feeling of senti ment which has heretofore largely pre sailed was gradually if it had not entirely passed away and that whatever degree of success would come to each in dividual club and to them nil collectively must como through the sale of tickets and of other means of moneyraising methods President Ussory told of the many dif ficulties under which ho bad labored and especially tho unfavorable comment upon his actions IIo said that he had done his best impartially for whatever seemed best for the interests of tho league and for clean base ball sport and announced that ho was not a candidate for reelection and hoped that the directors could agree upon a man that would be acceptable tp tho owners of each club and tim fans throughout the circuit Judge J J Greenlcaf president of the Richrnond Club thou offeredthe follow ing resolution which was unanimously carriedResolved that the directors of the Blue Grass League of Base Ball Clubs tender to President Ussery their thanks for his services and their confidence in his ability and fairness The league then took up for cosidera Lion the question of a salary limit and upon motion of J Q Stewart seconded by President J W Bacon of the Paris Club the salary limit of each club in eluding that of the manager was fixed at 1000 a month An amendment fixing the limit at 000 per month with the managers salary included was voted flown and the original motion was adopted to A motion was adopted requiring tile president treasurer and secretary of each club within three days after the payment of salaries 01 the first and fifteenth of each month to send a sworn statement to the president of the leagud showing tho amount of salaries paid club members The president was empowered to in stituto an investigation of any violation of this rule upon the part of any club and see to it that every club in tho league lived up to the requirement and that if any club was found guilty of a violation of its terms a fine of 25 was to bo imposed for each offense A motion was also adopted limiting the number of players including tho manager of each team to twelve men effective fifteen days after the season opens Considerable discussion ensued when the 1911 schedule came up and it was finally determined to limit tho playing season to 100 games commencing Thursday May 18 and closing on Labor Day Monday September 4 This however may bo changed as it is desired to play the opening game in Lexington during the meet of the Knights Templar Conclave which will bring thousands of visitors to Lexington A motion vas also carried that any club in the league at any time may suspend as many as two players for either illness or accidents for as many as fit teen days without pay J Q Stewart of the Winchester Club th en offered a mgtion placing in nomination tho namo of President W C Ussory for reflection Tho latter attempted to interpose an objection when he was declared out of order and the vote being put by Mr Stewart carried unanimously- A discussion ensued as to the author ity of the president in such matters as tho employing and dismissing of umpires the enforcing of tho rulo regard ing tho salary limit tho refunding of expenses of tho visiting team at holiday games where the receipts wore pooled andother matters of importance to the league during the playing season which hadto bo acted upon immediately Full power was given the president in all those matters Every team in the league will play Sunday ball except Richmond and on those Sundays when Paris Winchester Frankfort and JJaysvillo are locking horns Richmond will appear on the Lexington diamond which will give tho Richmond team several more Sunday games with Lexington titan with any other club in the league Under the bylaws adopted the pow ers of president Ussery were greatly enlarged Ho will have full control of the umpires and can effectually enforce the salary limit clause which representa tives of every club have admitted were grossly violated last year Neither directly nor indirectly can a player receive a salary more than that ut which he is signed to play Lexington was represented by Hogan Yiincy and T A Sheets Winchester y 3 Q SCowarl Richmond by Judge JJGreenleafMaysvilIo by James W FJtz geraldantlPani by J W Baco- nTlVieropoof PresidentUsseryshewed that emyclub in the league lost mosey last year tho drafting of two pliyers from the Paris and Lexington teams alone pulling thorn up to near something like break fejr oven oMcl11yfllilqltdtkat at tho next ttneotingof 1I1Mitwg le the handsome trophy wtw- ieesented tottio club rtui dlreclorsof the league were en tertained at dirinar at this Whwisor M5t4 byihOofflqers Jfthe Paris Club A tIiBIetYItIoM1Httk eM wcMB WOIfteberylt Get ft TOHAY 11 8TOOKTON SONcfq 1 i Jr r c VVVr r t BaxxT Eiie- IL Iw S TK0EF- EHBCOSBY Condensed Statement of the ot Mado Natoii BaikRICHMOND KY k November 10th u t d t llESURCES i IONS 33802t 40 OvnannirrsO85 3S US BONDS 100000 003448789 78 BASKING HOUSK 7 O 00 Dun FROM BANKS 4001453 DUE FnoMUSTnEA8unER 500000 01111u 34246 43 85200 00 TOTAL511050 Tl TVVUiAuo BUSINESS SOLICITED AND EVERY GRANTED ROBERT BURNAM Cashier TV Checks Good In any part ol World sold bythlsftaflkV You Take No Risk Our Reputation and Money are Back of This Offer Wo pay for all the medicine used dur ing the trial if our remedy fails to completelyrelieve you of constipation YTo take all tho risk You aro ndl obligated to us in any way whatever if you accept our offer Could anything be more fair for you Is there any reason why you should hesitate to put our claims to a practical test The most scientific commonsenso treatment is Rexall Orderlies whichare eaten like candy They are very pro nounced gentle and pleasant in action and particularly agreeable in every way They do not cause diarrhoea nausea flatulence griping orany whatever Rexall Orderlies are good for children aged and delicate persons We urge you to try Roxall Orderlies at our risk Two sizes lOo and 25p Remember you can get RexallRemedies in this community only at onr store Tho Rexall Store II L Perry- Richmond Ky Penalty Alllax payers remember that after December 1st a penalty of 6 per cent goes on all unpaid taxes and an extra chargo of 6 percent per annum is made This makes it a little rough on those who wait until they must be penalized before coming forward and settling up with the sheriff but there is no use in putting this off as it has to como and the sooner it is paid the better one feels For Sale 557 acres of fine Bluegrass land all in bluegrass except 50 acres n portion of tho Major Harris farm Apply to Mrs C MClayParis Tvy or T J Curtis Richmond Ky 1124t The MarketsTho following quotations are furnished by Mr Stone Norman tho leading Commission merchant in this section Main street Richmond Ky Highest cash prices for all country produce Mr Norman quotes today on the following Eggs25ctsLarge Small springers10 Hens712Dlix JI Roosters Turkeys over Ibsu13 12 Feathers W Beef Hides 7 12 Tallow Beeswax25Ginseng A healthy man is a king in his own right an unhealthy man is an unhappy slave Burdock Blood Bitters bnilds up sound health keeps you well Scarce Where are all the coon hides the commission merchants are asking as the supply has taken a big slump of the last two or three years Thoro seems to be plenty of these little fur bearing animals in the country according to thQ coon hunters who make the sport lively during the fall and winter but they dontshow up at the local market places There undoubtedly is a big shortage and Mr Coon is disappearing The fox mink weasel musk rat pole cat and possum hides all show about the usual crop with tho coon skins very scarce A Liberal Offer We Guarantee to Cure Dyspepsia If we fail the Medicine Costs Nothing Tounquestinably prove to the people that and dyspepsia can bo permanently relieved and that Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets will bring about thisresult wo will furnish the medicine absolutely free it fails to give satisfaction to any one using it The remarkable success of Roxall Dyspepsia Tablets is due to the high degree of scientific skill used in devis lug their formula as well as to tho care exorcised in their whereby the well known properties of Bismuth Subuitrate and Pepsin have been com blued with and qther agents BkmithSubnitrate awl Pepsin are constantly employed and recognized by tube entire medical profession as invalu able in the treatment of indigestion aa4 dyspepsia The Pepsin used inJRexall Dyspepsia Tablets is prepared by U process which develops its greatest efficiency Pepsin Ktppliec to digestive Vpjxir tws one of the most important elements ef the dig tire fluids and without itthe dijjfertion aad of fOOdar Jpossible TW DMMiMUivec poses properties which aid in iliving Uie JwUirtxmc 8 and pmin Mne4 by tmdifevted food Tide perfect eojabiMtion of those 1n nreeaU nuduWK llnvldihWiefo- rt1ctcomph t relifef of ftXidVdYdiPSIau v We ra so certain of this that we urfe you k UY KJCH1 Dys iepsia Tbfhr wagitte Three siiMik K OenU 00 eeL and fIW s B oi mber you can obtain Rei ll mMe only atThe ftxl1 Store r H L lU PrrrI it 4 j V X B DnATmtAxVVPi f ooKKBIIPM 1910 1 VVVLIABIL1T1ES VVVOUlTALSTOCK KT j 100000 004 j PKoms 1 3G5137 = l 491231 Ci5CO74 9D300 00GIKCOIATION n k 27718400 ParasIte TOT L + VVi 7 a105OJlTI ThVjzt COURTESY ScE R Travelers inconvenience particularly 5 8 5 indigestion if manufacture Carminatives assimilation indigestkn TAxFUND R L Paint Lick Crown Bridge Office in GREENLEAF Office in Douglas Building on This opp is FamousChristmas skirts suits time and furs of all tunity Dont miss The we at to to for SuBrur iS5000000 waists is and a lady or Eva and attractYvo work now and is for work shopping by oil ROBERTS 122 First street At The can them on Store You for the paper to be left and I will deliver it at the after the train I put it T C Turpin Agt Gives Best at Any Price When you pay the Rayo price for a lamp you are paying for add to quality of the light pay for a better IIghthasthe Rayo Lamp is the oil lamp made low in price can pay 5 10 or 20 some other lamp and although you get a more costly lamp you cant get a better light the white mellow diffused light of the low priced Has a durable shadeholder This sea sons adds to the strength and appearance polishedOnceDtaltrs EocrywTurt If net atjours write dtscripttxt Io the nearest agency ctht StandardCompanyIncorporated Say Nothing Saw Meat just off the part you desire Thats the way do this market Dont cut oft too much just make bigger sales either We dont have Most people who taste our meat the time are sorry they didnt order a bigger piece Suppose you see if it has effect on your appetite rapidly approaching friend aSsome embroidery hand Roberts customeratotCjul exceptionally for Christmas materials jew Lot of shop headquarters needle Complete calling MISS Stocktons desire Louisville time find Drug minute Disappointment door the Light more than extra decorations that cannot the You cant best though You for than unflickering strong But first that C GCULTONSuccessor to Douglas Culton 231 WEST MAIN STREET TELEPHONE 12J Crossett Shoes Men Novelties Sally Walker Shoes for- Children JUDGE WISEBusiness Philosopher Richmbnddnder holnetolrIVmissiontelhgent audience within sight of my picture I Latest fLadies fBargain How Delightfully Independent is the wpmnii who cMiM k euta efeck agait hr owiaui ecduntt Wtkttter She kgoingahoippi oc 16 pay forrwhat she has already bounWlxh Jeek the pleasure of bejug able to tBer Jiber for ttiean4m Liiies- ba a O State BankVVJ A Dainty Dressing Gasg is a necessity for the dainty woman No other article of furniture appeals to her more ofthesesee it Note the good big mirrors the com modiousdrawers the completeness of their conveniences And finally note how moder ately even the most elaborate case is priced I BENNETTand HIGGINS UNDERTAKING 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 be at your doorGood Clean Coal Telephone 110 The Red Ash Jellico We have tho exclusive sale A trial order will convince yon that oursisfc nttl better than yon have been getting elsewhere and our prices ate 110 higher possibly less Full Weigh or Coal Forfeited WWllroaddusCo Orchard Street Lime Cement Etc LOSTAt Madison county stock yards Monday three teatcd cow white and red spotted weight about 000 lbs Liberal reward John M Elliptt Rice Station Ky A handsome Persian Lamb Coat given away by Mrs J M Barlow Co now on display at the Richmond Millinery Companys store A coupon given with every purchase entitles you to a chance on this beautiful coat Everything in ourline to be sold at cost not to quit business but to continue with a new line This sale is now on and will continue until everything is col- dMissIon Circle The French Mission Circle will hold its annual bazar on Saturday December 3rd in the basement of the Presbyterian church 3t Notice I will stand my Silver Creek Red Boar hog at my home on Bis lull avenue atI 8100 Money due when service is rendered I have for sale some nice shoats large enough for service W B Turley n05tn Big Hill Aye High School Won The Winchester High School was no match for the Caldwell High School in their last foot ball game of the season played in this city last Wednesday afternoon The game ended with the score 21 to 0 in favor of the home boys The visitors seem d to not be well train ed as they played a listliss game and were disposed of with ease in all four of the quarters All members of the local team played good ball Jr All Kinds of Good CoalBlack Coa R mud Coal L rge Coal Hot Coal Coal that makes no clinU rs in l but little ash Thats the kind you want ana the kind we want to sell you Why buy poor 6linkering slow burning coal when you can get the best asREX Red Ash Jellico and Kenseei Jelliob Ask about them Try them and you have then beer notified that we sell them and theres BO better Satis faction guaranteed WI LLUUGH BYI r SON C JJJat v orn O1Esnd Shingles AYWUL rJ I Smoke t J Cuban Club lOc Cuban Star 5c Too Dry If it doesnt rain soon or snow come the ground will bo too dry for the hun cram this section The fields are very dusty and it is almost impossible for dogs to smell a quail Buys Home June Baxter the popular deputy Assessor purchased last Friday from Lewis Hardin a house and lot on the Summitt for 3 2500 Mr Baxter has been occupy lag the J Speed Smith home on Main street the past year but will move his family to tho new home January first Help Them Remember tho poor in and around Richmond this winter You have a lot of old clothes that could be put to this use Save them and notify the local charitable organizations There are many families that are positively in need in this city A Shame The U S mails are becoming tho channel thru which a lot of tho vilest of literature is being sent Of late there has been many post cards containing matter that is not fit to bo read by anyone received thru the local postofllco and why the Government will allow those to bo used is a mystery to the civil oflicers In The Neck Mr Jennings Maupin received several bird shot in the head and neck while out hunting several days ago from the gun of a companion who warin the bushes several yards away Two small shot went through his collar and several thru his hat landing against his head and ucck and leaving a few red knots but not penetrating DeJamett Sale stlThursdaysold forJO50 per cwt fat shoats 700 per head Short horn bulls from 35 to 345 12 year old mule 130 Suckling mule 97 Horses for farm use 90 to 3115 Corn in field 230 bbl Fodder 17c for 10 hill shocks Long Tom got the prices Hustling T C Peak of Louisville Evening post was in the city last week hustling things for his paper There is great local rivalry between The Times and Post Louisvilles afternoon papers and both have hustling agents here They are the first afternoon dailies to arrive in Richmond are therefore tho most sought after Five Already Since the October term of the Circuit court there has been five divorce entered for the next term A suitsi wife A drunken husband different wife and a A husband too lazy to providoaro the chief allocations in the suits Madison is making a prot ty big record the past year in her divorce courts High Degrees Messrs D B Shackelford and Robt Stockton wore in Louisvillo last week Lobe shown through the mysteries of Scottish Rite Masonry The exercises lasted several days and many Masons from all over the country were in at endance Work up to the Thirty Second Degree was put on by the Louisville Consistory of Scottish Rite Masons Back Home Mr PrestonSmith who has been on a big ranch in Alberta Canada for tho past year Isin Richmond with his mother Mrs James Smith He will re main in Richmond for several weeks or until after the first of the year before returning Mr Smith thinks that is a great country for farming especially wheat growing There are many Ken tucky people in the province of Alberta Marriage License The following marriage license granted the past week John Cornolison and Julia Ross both of Richmond Charles Curry and Anna Mae Azblll of Valley View Joseph Dalton and Mrs Laura Pence of Richmond N W Romans and Rebecca Jane Morris of Asbury Jackson county Wrn Ward and Miss Lee Golden of Fort Estill Lester Gibson andE1lel Turpea of Berea Waker ERIk and Mollie Stowe of Berea 0ae couple had the nuptial knot tied in the Court lIons Squire Ojfcos Ofelatkig at the marriage of Lester Gisoonand Ethel Turpen New Depot That Stanford is almost Mtre to get a iww depot and construction work fjffi probably abut to thespr lgWlJf th cpiaiM that a number QL N efltofote expressed whU in tbfltcity N an iaspeeiion our a few dy- sAng ago them wrieGeral Snporinten 4 t Saydor MttUr of Train Lilly twriBUwlwrt 01 Bridge and BuiUb Jntpd Qir thi ffey D4f t SOBM tiBM g iof H till uuotttrewbicHlwsse tor a do4 BOW and toatatirely decided whsrs tkt MW biUiLi1 IIaoWiMpI I TvjigbaiWill Richmond People Ser vices at Baptist Church Tomorrow is tho Thanksgiving for 1910 and Richmond people will fittingly celebrate the occasion with rest Beginning at 1030 in the morning the reg ular Thanksgiving services will be held in the Baptist church and Rev E B Barnes pastor of the Christian church will occupy the pulpit On account of tIm popularity of this gifted speaker and minister of the gospel the church will rio doubt be crowded Uhcar his remarks appropriate to the Thanksgiving season A special augmented choir will render some select music and a number of solos have been planned Tho offering at the services will go to the Pattie A Clay Infirmary and a very liberal thanksgiving donation is expect ed To contribute to such a worthy cause at this time all should feel it is their duty The stores will close at noon and the banks will observe the entire day as usu al The old custom of hunting on thanksgiving is fast losing out In days gone by this was a great day to take to the fields forrabbits and quail and many parties of young ladies and gentlemen went out with the hounds and enjoyed the day chasing the cotton tails Now it is a day of rest and after the feast a quiet time is spent around the family fireside The origin of Thanksgiving goes back to the Pilgrim Fathers and the story is u beautiful one These hardy adventurers were able to feast on wild fowl and venison in plenty as have those who came after them oven unto the present day for the forests of that part of Massachusetts abound with game and the waters with fishes very much as in tho days of the little Pilgrim band who in the Mayflowers cabin signed the first New England charter Although not set down in the laws the reunion feast became an informal annual function and there can bo but little doubt that Thanksgiving day as known to us of tho present had its origin in and was inspired by the ability of the pilgrim band to soften the strong waters of the hospitable Dutch with the spring waters of the new world by chance shall wo say t Or to what cause shall we credit the selection of the last week of November for the day of feasting and prayer now so eagerly looked for and as carefully observed as Christmas the Now Year or Independence Day I Tho day of thanks is more typically a nation al holiday than is any other It is American and unique Every country has one or more days set apart to commemo rate independence or the granting of some great boon to its people that may bo considered a stop on the stairway to liberty but the Thanksgiving day of tho United States is without a close com parison in any land Thanksgiving day begins the winter season We Furnish It The live local news columns of the Climax have become so popular with home people that ths correspondents for city dailies are using the matter Many of the big dailies each week contain items from the Climax with a Kichmond Ky special date line This is one of the most widely read weekly papers in the state Base Ball Richmond will have a base ball team next season although the organization lost about 3000 tho past year Ata meeting of tho directors last weak in tile Elks Club it was decided to liquidate the present organization sell the halt park and form a now company If the park is not sold it is the purpose of the directors to borrow enough money on it to wipe out all the indebtedness and begin anew Everyone seems enthusiastic over tho outlook for next season and every effort will bo made to have a winning team to represent this city in the Bluegrass league A liquidation committee composed of C C Wallace Elmer Deathorago and Judge W R Shackelford was appointed to look into tho disposing nf n JoI nark DEATHSsAnother good woman haS passed away this time Mrs Teletha Biggcrstatf has answered the ast summons Her demise occurred last Saturday morning at the home of her son Mr DC Bigger staff on Second street atter a short ill ness of paralysis She was in her eighty filth year and lays down the mantel of lifes work with an excellent record to enter into the great beyond Truly she was a good woman a Christian woman one whose every day life was to make others happy She was Miss Dozier before her marriage and was born and reared in Madison county Her birth place was at tho old Dozier homeplace betweenfoxtown audIted House where her father the venerable Peter Dozier lived for many years and was a highly respected and substantial citizen of the county She was the widow of the late Samuel Biggerstaff whose death oecurr ed in 1893 andwho was widely known Four children survive all sons They are D C Biggerstaff and Elihu Bigger staff of this county John of Winches tor and William of Van Baren Ark One sister Mrs J E Cosby and two brothers James Dozier of this county lJetterDozierrof Versailles Liso- sucvivokcr She was the tJivmWKiffiber of the Richmond Baptist ohure being one of its charter members and her life as a ckurch workers adsowt nsooe worthy of the highest praise B tas is the common kx stall human tyMMbaA laid Jaec armor of lifes bt thM d and gone to join that inn m w tte band IB that world not made hy hj4s etornsl in the Heayeas Nilerrasos were couchteted Swodajr afU r IMHSI at lien late mldenoe en Second attwst Iby her pastor ReV C 0 MaBsiMl by interment in the Ric ii1 I =I Fork lPo1a4 Jo WA 1WusXp PBngXessrt James Wagers Jenninfs Mau pin T To CoviBglon sad Root Thorpe were probably the most sMooessf ul buck of hunters that went out at the ofteaiog of the season last Tuesday The jspent two days in theWaco section and bfettgkt back about 125 birds Many of their friends were the recipients ofk several fine quail Young Lawyer To Be Mr Jane Powell son of Mr and Mrs Charles Powell who recently graduated from the Ann Arbor Law school with high honors was examined in Lexington Monday by Circuit Judge Watts Parker for admission to the Bar Young Powell stood a verycreditable examina thin and has a most promising future in his chosen profession Indian Summer According to the prognostiCators we are to have a week of beautiful Indian summer beginning now and lasting until the latter part of tho month when it will turn cold sure enough The In dian summer weather is the prettiest ever with its fiery sun shining through the smoking sky and the balmy air that makes one almost want to write poetry on out door life Forging to Frpnt The mountain counties in proximity to Madison are fast becoming tobacc producers Crops from Itockcastlo Laurel Estill Jackson and even Clay counties were on the floor the opening day and all brought good prices considering the quality While not of the best it ranked exceedingly good and shows that a very good crop can bo raised on mountain land with the right kind of attention Pull For It Every merchant in Richmond should lend his aid toward making success of the Madison Loose Leaf Tobacco Ware house Hundreds of dollars were spent here last Saturday as a result of the first days sales and more will come in There has been several crops of tobacco taken through Richmond to the Lexing ton houses which might have been held here if a little effort had been used Lexington merchaqts pull for the crops to come there and the money had just as well stay here We can handle all the tobacco from Jackson Estill Clay Rockcastle and Laurel besides parts of Garrard and Clark and all of Madison Home Destroyed- The elegant country home of Jlhn B1 Chonault former State Insurance Com missioner three miles this side of Flem ingsburg was totally destroyed last Wednesday by fire The blaze was probably caused by the explosion oflln acetylene gas plant situated in the basement of the house as it was there that the flames seemed to have started The family were absent from home but returned in time to see the entire build ing ablaze The house was built less than a year ago The loss is 6000 with 3000 insurance Mr Chenault and family formerly resided here and their many friends in the county will regret to know of their loss Supt Noland Shows Dr Crabbe and Normal Faculty his Excel lent Country Schools President J G Crabbe of The Eastern Kentucky State Normal School with fifteen members of his faculty spent two days during the past week inspect ing the work of Madisons County SchoolsThe party was divided into two sections The first section including President Crabbe Mrs bark Mrs Hume Prof Boothe Prof Scott and Prof McDougle on Wednesday morn ing took the route out the Big Hill Pike to Kingston visiting Pumpkin Run Rogersville Kingston Schools from Kingston to Bear Wallow Schools On return from Bear Wallow Cedar Cliff Speedwell and Estill Schools were visited including in all on the first days trip seven schools with a stay of thirijr minutes at each school On the second day the party was com posed of President Crabbo Miss Gibson Miss Barter Miss Patridge Mme Piotrowska Prof C II Wilson Prof Johnston Prof Smith Prof Sharon and Prof M W Wilson Supt Noland accompanied the parties on both days and had carefully arrangjd the schedule of the trips On the second tIny the party was con ducted by way of the Barnes Mill Pike to Cottonburg thence the Poosey and Kentucky River Pike to the last school on Poosey Ridge thence back from the onIto Slick Rock School and on by way of Newby to the Tales Creek Pike and to Richmond Tho six schools visited on the second day were Green Chapel Cottonburg Perry Long Salem Eden ton and Slato Rock President Crabbe his faculty visited in all thirteen located all the way from Beer Wallow to Poosey The Normal School is doing a great work for all Eastern Kentucky and especially for Madison County in furnishing trained teachers for her public schools In addition to witnessing the work of the schools this party SAW three new school houses that have just been completed on a most modern and upto date plan perhaps three of the best one room school houses in Kentuck The teachers of those schools are Misses Mary Harris Maria Crawford Tempest Terrill Alma Lake Gertrude Todd Mr Owen Yates Miss Mariam Noland Mr J B Harris Misses Berdaux Ferguson Nannie Long Mrs L W Dillion Mrs Mamie Raynolds and Miss Lucy Williams These teachers air gave a hearty welcome to their visitors whom they recognized as friends and helpers rather than as harsh critics There is the closest bowl of sympathy and mutual friendship between the Normal school faculty and the teachers of the Common Schools of Madison county It is to be hoped that the teachers of the Normal school cut continue to visit the Madison schools so that the influence of the Normal wjll be felt in every distrtoUn theoounf Out With Em Manager Baxter of tfce teoal opera house positively refuses to staid for bum vft deville aets tiwmriRcwn tne curtain right in the BawMfeof the tOt it nooessary Last Thursday eves Snf about the roUeaest ever sset bee appeared on the staff M a naforJntr whistled them U the wings and gave thorn a fond good bye wMi a ofcaek both of which 1IMywere not antHM The management of an ope house is not to blame for bum shows He is like the public oftsa Misted as to UM ability ofa ttvupeor vmaderill team The AiehsmcMi theatre foers never have to i tch a bum ast very kmg for Xan rjBjtt r q lsir ikMran Uiem tho ItMer T DONTPUTOFFBUYINQYOU- RWINTER SUIT AND OVERCOAT Its 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 garmentsa 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 and only 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 tClothing will Fit and Wear and Satisfy you better than any other HATS We buy hats in large lots direct from manufacturers instead of from jobbers or middlemen as stores must do who buy in a small way This gives us better hats swell as the styles while new No store can beat us on hats Try us Prices 1 to S5 Caps in Great Variety in are are on fit are in or to to or sox 6 a is we in of to our It is in us new in all on one us it can of is to be at as as us us in Lexington C U The YaleHarvard foot ball of at the will take next I sad will go over to and of the of Old will go to be at the and also at of the A has ben on foot for to of the and the team a biff send off and very to a vic name is very dear to sad are of the this year by the foot ball team the has not an to cross its goal for two sea ea aad UiUyeatk met and de team in the of any are M the game and the seats will be soft at one deces4hetye4rat the of a sore disappointment as Ute bm was Mr to Ute Wt a of hole at the last saws eat The will out M ot N RbadIThe mat e 9 ffi fe n bEtaddlUtbj eitjr ib read to tb new tryj for h i In il Let Us Fit You In Kenton Suit designers provide suits models fit men every shape build We show all these models in every size and we keep a competent tailor in own shop make alterations when necessary It Is The Fixed Policy This Store policyif1250150016 1800 2000 2250 25OO Other Good Suits 1000 KENTON OVERCOATSstyle and good Overcoats and Raincoatsthey retain their shape us show you the new shades of Tans Grays and Browns in a wealth beautiful patterns and stylesand every guar anteed give satisfactory Overcoats Raincoats 1500 1650 1800 2000 2250 and 2500 Other Good Coats SI60O S1250 a of and to what you want in our Shoes are by more men than any other shoes the world The They and with ease and only used and wear better than other shoes They all and styles Broad easy lasts with low heels the snappy arch and the and Other Good Shoes 250 300 Socks 6 Cents Heavy blue brown mixed regu lar cent only cents The reason that buy dozen lots direct from the and cut out the jobberAll fine cotton and wool socks Work Pantsspecialty strong durable Cassimers Corduroys assortmentPrices 125 J50 200 250 300 WRLKOVER SHOES WalkOver scientific principles marvelous comfort leathers shapes younger Price 350 400 quality manufacturer Sis Pair Regular as in buy one our customers we save It to us Our Store Greatly Improved We have devoted fall improving store now the best lighted store Richmond Let show our Revolving Clothing Cabinets the best method of handling clothing They the garments clean save time and labor showing goods and keeping else to you their ONE ALL you to the to COVINGTONGteat Is and between State College Many Richmond the contest game the movement many Lexington every possible school give help glorioiw toryThe Central they greatjecorfl made representing OldIflbtkUtIOfl feated every South Tim witness dollar State WM DawriNe superior series blunders turned vkterjr these immense sMhwsastIc root finished IihLzte iwctiy cwpieMd young Bwcktra in to and our to fit and looks in stand hard and Let and coat to wear and and pair extra Work Pants Jeans warm and good find big L40 woru reasons made select they come high heels suit men ten 100 wfcea We dry 6 ten sold stores in dozen lots and give much this summer and and you Glass and keep and and stock has declared against Suit day base ball and it is very that other teams in tho will tako this stop It will hurl the game Rich mond has always been against it the only town in the for some time that playing on tic log meat will soon be within the reach of the poor man if the trusts skoot the up have taken a the past two and are now tho mark It will not be long the five cent hog will be on the corn makes hogs and At Harrodsburg The Teachers As will this year on Nov 25th awl S6th at and much l been made by the of that for an time This the OOWlt 4ilO the District of the state and since its about eight years ago it has beeii of much olhe Promi nent OK the program will be County J of the City of the anti Mrs1 Xary 0 Itoark All hes have import ant 8 to dkouM win on ThE Offloe sad Worth of a real O gtiBi CoMes qA l on Xs on jr for Women and Pro k eat will an on 19iMbjeewhl he will thus weklUchandJllldtwW be wsil at the meeilng Supt O R ttka Danville ft 61 Asso ola and Mlii Ora for te U the Underwear prices BOOTS BOOTEES HIGH SHOES No Quality count for in foot wear We these a to and for the wearer Fashioned Boots Lace Boots Top priced just enough to the quality but not a higher Cotton Gloves quality other We hundred what trade latest fresh much Rubber Boots Boots and Overshoes Headquarters brandsonly FOR BOYSBest of everything for boysSuits Hats Underwear the est care We to to Clothing be in Fit to in dry for we our to one and wear We Sell Everything Worn By Man Boy And Ws concentrate time and line businesstnd you will agree with that reason we serve than over many lines goods WE AT PRICE TO Our price without waiting that jew up the start and then fall little possible One way saves and moneythe only honest way sell only safe way buy Come and try Expected Thursday Between College game South place Lexington Central University people witness many alumni Central present reunion weeks alumni Central likely University peepte proud nTlieteam suffered penegit cowsequeace thousand people Centrals hands Lextaften eleven defeat toUaM rivalry between itS Mug arewd New 8etMot ruabedoI eompletioiPmid Mciiee ofhe hlraooe dorm UdlM tMriU A Kenton of Of Theres Kenton wear of Kenton make Kerseys brightest Winchester likely liluograss being prohibited Sabbath Going dont prices again Hogs slump weeks around nickel before market Cheap cheap cheap cattle Eighth Congressional sociation ceavetie ember llarrodsburg reparauenhas teachers county interesting comprises Eighth Congressional organisation benefit lathe teachers common schools Super oteAdmtJ NoMad SpiT Coatee President Cftbbe Normal School bioU Supt Jfohwd speak ty6t1perfaent Influence Citkwnahip Itearlc S1Qool8uif Crabbe make addrow select county represented aUifof schools President Adams ehools Meteor a to a a of a week of with the laws of Sam the last The took up the time tho the laws the were the and fine by and a half dozen the hand of the law by a and have the the when are and it is that up to face a for lack of Tho most case to the of the court mont John D arid MS as and of the John Ball at wero with from a on the tax had not been The was by meat on 2Ist 1907 aod the ease been in the was tha of Coy who has In the of JoLt mad the and able in a time a the laws an Ho was the com Pula ki Ad roa t Won as sa pr that at of at also does more than with view and warm feet and cent pays with time league selling ehoofe Future teadsnt county best cent in are with wish say that our will that sold the reason that of mens or our this of that that The time WAr d Alter offender against thostrict Uncle Federal Court closed afternoon criminal docket nearly entire and offenders against Internal Revenue suffered most About shiners given usual sentence Judge Cochran about escaped strong narrow margin Capt Short Uncle Billy Mays always against offenders they seldom those charge escape evidence occupy attention wasiindict against Hurst Overlon distiller They charged liquor which paid place seized govern orticers lisa courts jury result MAy OXeil ington figured defense Judgu Hargis Curt Tom White and other IkeathiU county mactean ptoa qiII he servio short made speeeh lndoe Lisdtotriot prising W4i CJiawm Gun UnderwearWarm same stores sell 100 stocks fine Ribbed Silk Plush Hair and Woolen reasonable Union Suits and TOP where goods long The Old New Style Bootees High Shoes high for Ball Band and other the best Boots Shoes Gloves etcall mothers Boys found and goods stores devote entire the boys stands better scatter efforts SELL lowest jewed Stores price Price State Thursday Kentucky graduates 6rVngto celebrate Richmond expected beautiful LaSrhandsome roadway also Easy Down Association Superin winter select insure Comes Close Saturday After Week Business grinding twentyflvo punishment important employees rfanigpr respectively distillery Mkldlesboro December Snturdajv repKEeoMd dstdents 4usa ilMAt only- been veryittroMg Commomwojth ttOfaeyu ullathiAI 78c Suit many Large Derby Camels service Best Rockcastle Felt Largest stock Madison county good good enough Overcoats Caps selected great superior Style Quality attention subject nothing thought stores named Saturday evidence arraigned brought removing distillery iiIetilettiMe conspicuously fonnerli iDdb1Io BANKSDont Worry The Climax has decided to issue each week from eight to twelve columns of purely local news If the demand of advertisers forces the cutting down of these columns a larger paper will be issued so as to have not less than eight columns of local news Richmond antI Madison county furnish a world of live news which this paper publishes each week Readers of the Climax appreciate home news By taking the Climax you can find out everything that is going on If you are a resident of this county FREE 50c Jarof Palmolive Cream Ve have a reg ular size jar ot the- alIlusPalmolivc Cream or you It wont cost you a centCut the coupon from the Nov is sues oE Good HoueeleeepisgPaccMonthlyRcdBook LaW WorH Uncle Remus Mac asia Decis6ueso Peoples Home Journal Delineator Deaigner New IaoaBtn BookX3roen Book Nov Iftk COINers Weekly Nov Stk Sotettlay Evening Post Nov 8A IHus4rs4od Sunday Mngn ine and tetl SwMJev Mtr1L1 and dont take the Climax you are keep ing a luxury out of the home which you could have for 100 the year Good Luck Dr Bert Gibson EdC Cornelius and Horace batty returned Friday from Jackson county where they hunted quail for several days They brought back a big bag of game and report that the supply is plentiful in that section of Jackson county They hunted in the Pond Creek section a Bring this coupon to our store and do as the ad directs We will then give you absolutely free a full size jar of Palmolive Cream which we ordinarily sell for 50c cash t Youll find this cream the mst delightful thing of its kind ever made Its entirely new and has all the quality PalmOlive Soop the queen ot all toilet soaps Look in the man Inc tbr coupon Briwc Hto tiNsasor Prke 10 cents a Cake HL5PERRYPHONE 75 MAIN STc i r EigJitP Today cd d co r c nth YEAR 23 1910 25 30 Days in yourown These the remarkably liberal terms upon which we sell that and which is the sewing machine business file Cr THE RICHMOND CLIMAX RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY NOVEMBER NUMBER Trial Home AWeek byJrrevolutionizing FREE knownawingwould judge quality by cost You would believe that absolutely thebest sewing machine in the world could obtained at such a bargain insteadof ownTheowntermsment back of weoffervithanymachine you ever heard of the most convenient the most improved and if the refundyourbetttooniktkeveneaimikeshow racch easier Iso rite In Shuttle Elector tbaa yogi deter mill or utter be Spoutpithatcaai e tn Xo J il WEDNESDAY 1 Pay ments are lMagazines Sewing Machine its its not be So ttrtt ittFtench4eadedtekov much more xoBvrnteat it it to have an Locklrtthat aetei comet oft and yean laiursace Policr ijalati every kind of accideau ISO Come and See The FREE J tomorrow and take it home with you Luman Higgins Furniture Carpets Stoves Opp Hotel Glyndon West Main Streel THE FINESTAssortment VEHICLES to be found in Central Kentucky are now on display at tour Factory on Water Street If you need a Buggy Carriage W agon1or anything in this line it will be interesting to com pare the quality and prices of our goods with those of other firms r r Lackey Colyer I Water Street Richmond Ky Bachelors Man Who Loves Single Blessedness to Be Taxed For His Temerity The question of whether bachelors should bo taxed Is again agitating some parts or the country This tlmo it has broken out in Memphis and tho Com mercialAppeal tikes tho affirmative on the proposition on tho grounds that all luxuries should bo taxed and as singjo butarIcdtire fact however that Dr Johnson says that tho married man has many plellsursProceeding men ought to marry and suffer the penalty therefor the writer joins in tho demand to tax those who are so selfish as not to want to make a woman par ticipate in thoir misery A bachelor is one of the most useless spokes in the wheel of civilization He foregoes nil of the troubles of matrimony and never knows them horror of walking the floor with his offspring or of being kept awake all night by its squalls Tax em and tax eat till they are forced to marry Their money could not go to a bettor purpose than for a fund to support the old maids that their selfish ness has made to exist To BeTorn Away The Mason lionsat Lancaster 0110 of the first hotels or as was known to olden times taverns built in Ken lucky is to be torn away to make room for an opera house This old hotel at onetime was one of the most popular in Kentucky but that was many years ago In ye olden times when the only road lo the South was from Lexington via Lancaster to Somerset Lancaster was the regular stopping place over night for the surge line and this old house has shel tered many prominent people It was owned by the late Col James B Mason later by Keg Mason now circuit clerk It is built of brick and tho old time boll house still docs business on tho roof This is possibly the last of the old taverns in Kentucky want Damages Suit for damages in the sum of 50 000 was filed lato Wednesday afternoon in the Dourbon Circuit Court at Paris by the Burley Tobacco Society against the Louisville Nashville railroad for tho loss by lire at Millcrsburg of many hogsheads of 100D pooled tobacco valued at the amount sued for Tho petition alleges that this defendant company through negligence and de fective equipment caused a storage warehouse containing pooled tobacco to take fire from sparks from a passing locomotive causing the warehouse and its contents and the contents of another warehoused joining to bo destroyed Miss Daisy Cameron who is the star of Nancy which will appear at the Opera House at an early date is not only known through her previous work in the Metropolitan attractions but to many by her celebrated phonograph records At a tremendous salary Miss Cameron was especially engaged by the Edison Phonograph Co to male two records a month and her records are great sellers and very popular Persons having her records are es pccialiy delighted to sec tills artiste and hear her sing some of her famous songs and to note the comparison between her own renditions and those heard through the phonograph Many who aro well acquainted with her great records will bo anxious to see just how this dainty prima donna looks and acts so as to better appreciate her records thereafter Near L A Depot 66 = 5i r Royal is the only baking powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar ROYALBaking AbsolutelyPure Highest in- Leavening Efficiency Makes Hot Breads Wholesome There is little danger from a cold or fromim attack of grip except when fol lowed by pneumonia and this nova happens when Chamberlains Cough Remedy is used This remedy has won its great reputation anal extensive sale by its remarkable cures of colds and grip and can bo relied upon with im plicit confidence For sale by all deal ers nlm 1 Electric Chair Soon to Be Completed At Eddyville- The old times barbarous way of inflicting the death penalty in Kentucky will soon be a thing of ibopast as the work of installing the death chair at Eddyvllle penitentiary Ls going on steadily and will bo ready for uso in a few weeks The electrocution law went into effect on Juno 14th and If a crime is committed after that time for which the death penalty is imposed the con domed man will be electrocuted There has been a notable change made in the prison at Frankfort The old pen iten tiary at that pteco will soon be converted Into a reformatory and this is ono of the principal reasons the death chair was located at Eddyvillo instead of Frankfort as it is hardly probable the death penalty will be inflicted in a reformatory Tho Prison Commission will be ready in a few months to begin the transfer of the prisoners All prisoners over thirty years of age will be taken to Eddyvillo and all under thirty will go to Frankfort Also under this now law all prisoners no matter what crime that meet tho requirements as to conduct can bo paroled and quite a number are now being granted Found- A pair of childs mils white fur with leather palms Owner can have same by applying at this offi- ceShepherdBush Mr and Mrs John J Shepherd of near Paint Lick Ky celebrated their 50th marriage anniversary at their hospitable home last Sunday Nov 13th An elegant course dinner was served They received a numborof nice presents Mr Shepherd is 72 years old his wife 07 It was a most enjoyable occasion The following were in attendence Mr and Mrs J W Shepherd Mrs Franklin S Cockrill Mr and Mrs G B Shepherd Mr and Mrs J L Shepherd Mr and Mrs C D Shepherd Mr Isariah B Shepherd Mr and Mrs W E Bryan Misses Mary E Cockrill Mary E Shepherd Georgia B Shepherd Vir ginia Shepherd Frances Shepherd Catherine Shepherd Willie Bryan Messrs Simon Cockrill II B Wiseman Edison Shepherd Karl Shepherd Willie Wiseman Mr and Mrs J N Brookshier Mrs Emma Shimfessel Mr and Mrs Bush Rice Miss Katherine Rico Mr John Horsby Mr and Mrs J T Camp Mr and Mrs Dr John A Snowden Miss Amos Willis Mrs Sallie Willis Mr and Mrs George Wilson Mr and Mrs A W Stewart Mr and Mrs C I Ogg J J Shepherd and Mary E Bush were married near Vienna Clark countyKy Nov 13 1800 To them wore born twelve children seven of whom are living viz J W Shepherd Office Editor Gospel Advocate Nashville Tenn Mrs Frankie Cockrill Irvine George B Shepherd contractor and builder Cincin nati Ohio J Leslie Shepherd Charlie D Shepherd Richmond Isariah B Shepherd Paint Lick and Mrs Julia Bryan Cincinnati Ohio They have twentythree living grand children and one great grand child High License Probably tho highest amount eve paid in Kentucky for saloon license now be charged in Bowling Green Th City Council passed an ordinance fixin tho saloon license at 35000 each Notwithstanding this steep figure there were eight applicants for license as soon as the ordinance was passed This Wit give the city an income of 40000 a year from eight saloons which is more than any city of this size over derived from saloon licenses before Gov Willson Issues Thanks giving Proclamation The President of the United States has by a public proclamation sot aside Thursday the 24th day of November 1010 as a day of thanksgiving to God and in harmony with that proclamation and the spirit of Commonwealth and allot its people I unite in that action of the President No land and people have so much to be thankful for and I call upon our people to pray to Gods right and justice to prevail in all lands and throughout our land and in every neighborhood thereof We are thankful for the blessings of the government of the people by the people and for the people We are thankful for tho many blessings and bounties bestowed upon us We are thankful for the good friends and good cheer for our hopes and our chances We are thankful for all that the Lord has brought to those in His providence and His wisdom We should give covenant that we will cherish and obey Ills laws and keep with each other tho covenants of our own laws and customs to do honor to the Lord of hosts and to bring blessings to the Commonwealth Let uspray that Ho will bring it to pass that every soul shall have an equal chance before the law and that this Commonwealth shall grow rich in the true spirit of the old Kentucky home Let us welcome every useful worker who comes to us to live Let us do all in our power to keep and hold the love friendship good will and fidelity of all who are with us now Now Therefore I Augustus E Will son Governor of Kentucky have set aside and do hereby fiCt h e twentyfourth day of this November nineteen hundred and ten as a day of general thanksgiving and prayer and ask that in so far as in us lies all shall cease from toil and business and in our homes and places of worship truly thank our God for his blessings and gracious providence and pledge to Him to keep our covenants with our God and each other of faithful service human kind ness patient and steadfast endurance of tho tasks of life and earnest good work to the end that wo may hope for continued and renowned blessings- In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and caused the seal of the Commonwealth of Kentucky to be affixed Done at Frankfort this fourteenth day of November in the year of Our Lord nineteen hundred and ten and in the one hundred and nineteenth year of the Commonwealth AUGUSTUS E Wzu sox Governor of Kentucky By Ben LBruner Secretary of State Newspaper Errors Some people seem to think they prove their own brilliancy by being able to point out errors in a newspaper After taking their leisure to pick out paws in work that had to bo done in a hurry they call the newspaper man by telephone or hail him on the street for wrong capital ization or a split infinitive if they can find nothing more serious Every ono makes mistakes in his profession but with most people only the boss knows about it Tho newspaper mans mistakes arc spread out for all the world to see The conditions of newspaper mak ing demand that it bo done at high pres sure If the editor went to his task bylwritinggpains oven under existing conditions are possibleiare the result 1of inaccurate information given to re porters bagReturn IVfoopes Air Tight othersAskD B SHACKE FORD and Ctn Main Street West Telephone 33 Can 1 Save You Monev on Magazines I have received my clubing prices for November and it will pay you to consult me before you order your Magazine for the coming year I can save you money Why Because my prices are cheaper and 1 save you trouble and worry I see that you receive every copy of the Magazine you order from me and guarantee my service to you Dont wait until it is to late but see mo at your earliest convenience or telephone 101 Thomas C Turpin Agt Hamptons Notice to Creditors All persons having claims against the estate of Mary Stocker deceased will please present same to the undersigned properly verified on or before Decem ber 3 1010 or same will be barred Wm Jenkins Admr ll24t Newby Ky Skin Affections Whether on Infant or Grown Person Cured by Zemo and Zemo Soap An Unusual Offer The Perry Drug Store says to every person beitman woman orchild who has an irritated tender or itching skin to come to our store and procure a bottle of ZEMO and a cake ZEMO soap end if you are not entirely satisfied with the results come back and get t your money So confident are we of the efficacy of this clean simple treatment that wo make you this un sual oICe- rZEMO is a clear liquid for external use that has cured so many cases of eczema pimples dandruff and other forms of skin eruption ZEMO and ZEMO soap are the most economical well as the cleanest aid most effective treatment for affections of the skin or scalp whether on infants or grown perons S S PARSES PRESIDED ft x BESXETT VICE PRESTOEXT of the of C00 eml NcattiiQllllaill BalJrnk RICHMOND KENTUCKY At the Close of Business Nov 10 1010 RESOURCES Loans 50 11302 20 U S Bonds uu5S1iOO 00 Banking House etcu 0000 00 Cash and Due from Banks u 68811 32 Totaluul65303 17 Nov 10 lOW i5 Nov 10 1010 and a of your in and and and J 7 f ti h cj t t r r 1r i F 1 fU 2 iC 1 r 1T Ur r 0 Ki fM C i u Ii c 4 ttj r rr r 9 4r- b r 2 Capital 00 11000 00 1803 00 56200 00 296134 27 17 Deposits Deposits uuu 200134 27- We solicit invite share patronage promising return prompt efficient service courteous honorable treatment W WINDOtGlASS Putty all always tilass Wall Paper WllLGING 213 West SRING YOUR jiiI CTO TELEPHONE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE COINCORPORATED ICHMONDKy 23 r t JCoUCt10n Sales If 1S DailyifJ SQUARE DEAL Tdy4D I TO R SU iq J S 1lI1uJaA10 Goyh H Vaught Cc r3IilI1 Section StoVes Condensed Statement Condition Discountsu3170 OerdroClsu R LIABILITIES Surplus FunduuUndivided ProllsuuuCirculation Deposits TotoluuI65303u2tIi00 respectfully CROOKE and sizes prices the lowest We Put in WindowShades Paints Frames and Mirrors Main Street rC A REC JiieC Thos Stock1ooOOO CASHIER Oils- YarnishesPictKres Scrofula disfigures and causes lifelong misery Children become strong and lively when given small doses o- fScotIsEmuIsiOn every day The starved body is fed the swollen glands healed and the tainted blood vitalized Good food fresh air and Scotts Emulsion con quer scrofula andmany other blood diseasesF- OR SALE BY AllDRUGGISTS Send tOe name of paper and this adfor our beautiful Savings Bank and Childs Sketch Hook Each bank contains a Good Luck Penny ScoTtBOWNE40- 9rearIStNYTSMe a Ijrepresent the leading Commission Merchants JM Wilson Co rxofCincinnati OUR Friiits and Vegetables r areilnsllrPassedandFISH yell we have our competitors onthe run Ask Richmond merchants who handle our V goods 4s Gilcrnan Nff1 J Pko ie19B KyIsSovfejatt your orders Ill be tfKttaa1My4t j ff 1JR B1 StoufferOldest Established and Tailoring House in Richmond J hew QuartersWe are established in our new quarters in the old City Hall building and are better prepared 5 than ever to care for your skins Bring us your Hides Furs and Iron Fresh Groceries t and Vegetables in season 1 harman Grocery Company When You Buy Walkers Suits there Is no kick aeutniii9 Be WAIKERLadies ReadytoWear Goods Second Street Richmond Ky Bear In MindWHEN YOU NEED Fresh Celery Cranberries and Oysters wo can supply you in a lOW minutes Telephone us your orders wo de liver promptly Call 01 Wo havo tho finest lino of canned goods in tho city Tho leading brands only Wo cater only to those who will have first class goods i lackey d Todd 1 I Telephone 62 Opera House Building I We have the best 0 TOBACCO STICKS itt y ever brought to this market No rotten sap bu l made of sound kilndried lumber Come and see for yourself The price is right i Manton = Condeton f Lumber CO Inconloratcd Successors to Ed Blanton Co Sear L Si A Depot Telephone 425 fFU R SAn Admirable Assortment of Exclusive Styles Lynx Pointed Foxes and Mink 21 Tliroo ot the fashion favorites in fur neckwear Thcso fufs lend itUoinsclves gracefully to tim completion oil the beautifully gowned women The demand fpr these stylish furj willto unusually heavy this sciisoj jgi In the present complelncss offthWsupQrbl5tookthcro lies a powerful MmMff buying furs now and at reasonable prices lowerrthari else Every correct style is represented many of the concertionSboihg sIuIM seEcc1uslvolt l Kt Qtfff modeled and repaired afa smaircpst to 1ookJikoicw J M LOWeJiil rl tt Kawf acifirlaii Fkrrler r t Lexington Kyi i Strl ng Clothes ARE THE BEST CLOTHES cz Beech Tailored Ready to Wear Guaranteed not to Shrink or Fade f 50 years experience the factory guarantee in suits all sizes from smallest boy to largest man Newest stock in city to select from Fine Line New Style HaIsand Furnishing Goods Suit Cases Trunks Umbrellas etc at lowest prices for high class goops Clothing Commissioners Sale J K Baker pits vs order of jsalo Mayfray Hart cdftsUnd-erand by a virtue of a judgment and order of sale rendered at the Octo ber term 1910 of the Madison circuit court in the above styled action the undersigned Master Commissioner will on Monday Dec 5 1910 at about 11 oclock a m in front of the Court House door sell to the highest and best bidder the following described property viz Two certain lots and parcels of land in Boron Ky The first tract being known as lot No4 in block 7 as shown in Bcrca College plot of Berea Ky Second tract being located on the East side of tho Berea and Scaf foldcano pike and adjoining the land of E P Fairchild and John Hoskins A full description of said land can be found in Deed Book 49 page 410 Terms Said land will be sold on a credit of six months tho purchaser will bo 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 tho property until all tho pur chase paidH M a M C C Commissioners Sale w S Broaddus Admr Noah Bolin 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 tho Madison Circuit Court in tho above styled action tho under signed Master Commissioner of the said court will o- nMonday Dec 5 1910 at 10 oclock II m in front of tho Court IIousploor in Richmond Ky sell to and best bidder the following described property viz A grist mill and tho property on which same is located Beginning at a stono in the center of tho piko thence N 180 feet to a stone thenco N W 200 feet to Mar shalls line then S 140 feet to tho beginning containing ono half acre more orlessTerms Said property will bo sold on six months time to purchaser being re quired to execute bond with approved security bearing C per cent interest from date of sale until paid to have the forco and effect of a judgment with a lien retained on tho property until all purchaso money is paid H C Rico M 0 M C Cz Commissioners Sale ET Hulelt pllfi vsorderofsao- James E Hulett o dfts Under and by virtue of a jndgment and order of salo rendered at October term 1910 of tho Madison circuit court in tho abovo styled action tho undersigned Master Commissioner of said court will o- nMonday Dec 5 1910 at 11 oclock a m in front of the Court House door in Richmond Ky sell to the highest and best bidder follow ing described property viz A certain tract of land in Madison county Ky on tho waters of Walnut Meadow Fork of Paint Lick Creek bounded as follows Beginning at a largo whito oak corner to Reuben Kirby thence a now line S 17 W poles crossing a branch to a white oak at tho fork of a small drain thence saplingsa line nearly with the ridge S 31 E 21 poles to three small pines one marked J H P thenco S C5 E 51 poles ton stako 3 chestnut oak pointers on a line of Stephcnsons 900 acre survey thenco with said line N 42 E liS poles to a chestnut oak and a whito oak on tho ridge thence an Easlwardly course to the John Todd line thence with the John Todd line N 2 12 E 90 poles crossing a branch to a white oak this corner on a lino with Reuben Kirby thence with Kirbys line N 88 W 89 poles to his corner a largo white oak also corner to Uulott and Ned Blylhe thence with Kirbys line N 2 12 F 78 poles to a stake corner to said Kirby and Eliza Best also corner to Ben J Smith then with division line S 2 W 79 polos ton lllythiotobeginning containing 139 acres moro or lessTerms said land hvilt be sold on a credit of 12 months etceptas to tim in terest of the infai defendant Miss Grace JIalbcrstcd whoso Interest mounts to ono twentyeighth part it shall remain a Hen against tho land until she reaches her majority or until she is authorized to collect same by proper order of this court tho purchaser will be required to execute bond with approved security payable to the com missioner bearing fi per cent interest pavetkelorcelien retained ba the property until all the pur ispaldHO1ticeMOMCO The wise man carries both life iwl firo insurance nnI Brcck has lie best police tf WANTEDGirie to work in 1M Glove f toryC3U phoao 423 Smoke Goy McCreary cigar H makes a fine ending to a hearty m at fI T vAOeeweIsTQR BHEBtFF We are authorized to aoaounce KLXEK DKATHERAGK amdMkite for Sheri trf Madison county awl cct tothe action of Dctnocratic party JORN1sALDW1 Don county suljjcct to the action of the Democratic party We nrc authorized to JONES candidate for Sheriff of MadisonI county subject to tie action at cratic party SCHOQ SUIJKRINTENDKNce BENJAMINperintendent Public Schools of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR JAILER WeareiiutborizedtonnnounceMORGAN TAYLOR candidate for Jallcrof Madison county subject to the action of the Demo erotic party FOR ASSESSOR- We ore authorized to announce W F JAKMAN a candidate for Assessor of Mad ison county subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR COUNTY CLERK We are authorized to announce LnRne House a candidate for County Clerk of Madison county subject to the action of Democratic party What Cures Eczema We liavo had so many inquiries lately regarding Eczema and other skin diseases that wo are glad to make our answer public After careful investiga tion wo have found that a single wash of Oil of Wintergreen as compounded in D D D can bo relied upon Wo would not make this statement to our patrons friends and neighbors unless wo were sure of ltnnd although there are many socalled Eczema remedies sold we ourselves unhesitatingly recom mendD D D Prescription Because Wo know that it gives instant relief to that torturing itch BecauseD D D starts the cure at tho foundation of tho trouble Because It cleanses soothes and heals the skin- BecauseIt enables Nature to repair tho ravages of disease BecauseThe records of ten years of complete cures of thousands of tho most serious cases show that D D D is today recognizod as the absolutely reliable Eczema Cure Drop into our storo today just to talk over your case with us Stockton tSon Richmond Ky For Rent Residence and Six acres of land near city limits on Big Hill pike Apply- B B bocn tf RD No1 Berca Ky Harsh physics react weaken the bowels caueo chronic constipation Doans Rcgulets operate easily tOne the stomach cure constipation 25c Ask your druggist for them Its Your Kidneys Dont MIslak the Cause ol Your Troubles Many people never suspect their kidneys If suffering fromto 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 tho other symptoms of kidney disorders That is just where tho danger lies You must euro these troubles or they may lead to diabetes or Brights disease Tho best remedy to use is Doans Kidney Pills It cures all ills which are caused by weak or diseased kidneys Residents of this vicinity are constantly testifying to permanent cures For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United StatesRemember the nameDoansand tnSe no other We Would Ask For And Be Pleased To Receive Your Patronage Wo havotaken active charge of the managoment of the Richmond Steam Laundry and are much pleased at our increasing business Every customer helps some and wo would like to havo overy one with us Wo have no advertising schemes but will do good work for you and to your entire satis faction As we kayo no other business and no estate on tho outside our liv ing depends on this and wb have to do good work TVo 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 W and Lucy Lackey Moore Suffered day and night the tormentor itching piles Nothing helped mo until I used Deans ointment It cured mo permanently onon John R Garrett Mayor Qirard Ala 10 Reward For return or information leading to recovery of a large young red fox hound No marks except few small naked spots onbody IL H Crooko If Richmond Ky Mr Robt R Burnam has added to his Firo Insurance Companies The Henry Clay Firo Insurance Co a Ken tucky company with 500 000 capital and surplus Support a homo institution and demand a policy in this new company Accidents will happen but tho best regulated families keep Dr Thomas Electric Oil for such emergencies It subdues tho pain and heals the hurts Its poor 1icy to wait un till you have a firo to beginthnklngabo insurance Do it now Wo write tho best policies tf Dan n Brcck For pains in tho sldo chcstUarnpen a piece of flannel with Chamberlains Liniment and bind it on over the seat of pain There is nothing bettor For sale by all dealers nlmJ Christmas Books Susie Duncan announce that IMrs now ready to take orders for all of Christmas books Her list is complete from the simplest nursery rhymes up to the finest literature historical religious and fiction Among her now books Who tlncrownedKing by Harold hell Wright the lUItIorof Tho Shepherd of tho HillliTho Calling of Dan Matthews etc It has received tho highest endorsements of public and press and is fa book lull of wonderful Imagination beautiful de scription and might well be eitlted a Christmas classic The well known Algcr worksjovody all tIebajoUen from Mrs Duncan ake the Little Colonel seriesr beCarey books awl anyteliers one aiigkt wish lirs- Dancsttalo is agent for the d lifhttal Abuer Royce toilet article sid jwr f Me Those are too wrf knowv ti Mdid seripti6a and are WIed1peopfe- f ref nC everywhere Hn Daa can will be l call on tajr M wkh IGI book cir Chrktai w Had wU fltt all Wdtrs pcwnptly an4 tfrlti ntlafeadaa 0 u c= Oldest Citizen The Staaford Journal says In tia ctealh of Mr Mack Huffiaaan whichoccurredon- Sundayafierno ll lat Stat mgsteSjteemed hav ug 1 born in thist city 74ryears ago iu Aug last He wasthe oldest son of the late Dr A G Huffman for many years the leading physician of this community and also a surgeon in the Federal army who moved to Peabody Kas in about 1870 where he died several years since Great Cause Judging from reports at hand today the National Association fur the Study and Prevention of Tuberculosis estimates that by December 1st not less than 75 000000 Red Cross Seals will have been distributed to selling agents in forty different states of the country Forty million seals have already been printed and an other large edition is being prepared Agents orders to date aggregate all of that amount and a considerable number have not yet stated how many seals they can use Taking into consideration this latter class and the agents who will be appointed before December 1st the prospects for selling 100000000 stamps which is the goal that has been set by the national workers are extremely bright Over 30 state societies have organized the sale on an ex tensive basis and in about 10 more states Red Cross Seals will be sold in some places All told including state city county and subagents an army of fully 50000 men women and children will be engaged in selling the bright Christmas Seals for the pre vention 0 f tuberculosis Permission to sell seal jn the corridors of all postoffices has been granted bySecretary Hitchcock They will also be on sale in department stores hotels railway stations drug stores and in thousands of other places Every conceivable device for advertising the seals is being prepared In some places valuable prizes will be given Millions of slips dodgers posters and all kinds of literature will be distributed calling upon the public to buy Red Cross Seals Among the agencies that are cooperating with the Red Cross and the tuberculosis societies are womens clubs lodges labor unions business mens associations stores banks newspapers and thousands of schoolboys and girls A Girls Birthday If a girl is bornin January she will be a prudent house wife given to melancholy butgood tempered and fond of line clothes If in Febru ary an affectionate wife and tender mother and devoted to dress If in March frivolous chattel box somewlmtgiveltto- quarrclingan connoisseur in gowns and bonnets If in April inconsistaut not very intelligent butJike lytp be good looking and studious of fashion plates II in May handsome amiable and given to style and dress If in June impetuous will marry early be frivolous and like dressy clothes If in July possible hand some but with sulky temper anda penchant for gay attire If in August amiable and practical likely to marry rich and to dress strikingly If in September discreet affiable much liked and a fashionable dresser I f in October pretty coquettish and devoted to attractive gatfoature If in November liberal kind of a mild disposition lllan admirer of stylish dress If in Decearitjer well iwo OltiooedJo 4 ofnovelty sxtravacant awi a atudeat Jj dressy effects Ec f Your Liyje 5tocJc EIJlSlEk 1 roca ocJJYartr CiKM l nd receive the hSgrhaytmarfcet prie 4 wc ve the largert aii bwab oa be Cincinnati market JWrNORRISoct Sno li IJ iTTYorciaon a Wet Washday With a New Perfection Oil Heater clothes cant be hung must be dried ina the New Perfection quickly does the work air You can hang up light your Perfec open the damper heat rises and quickly put off washing to day in order to avoid your washing any air from a SMOKELESS smokeless and odorless It gives just as much desire It is safe odorless and smokeless It has an spreader whIch prevents the wick from enough to smoke and is easy to remove and the wick can be quickly cleaned Burner body become wedged be cause of a new device in and can always be easily unscrewed for rewicking- An indicator shows the font Fillercap does not need to be screwed down but is put a bottle and is attached to the font bya chain Finished in and durable wellmade built for service and yet light and a cool handle and a damper top Deafen Everywhere for descrtftwt thrata to the Get our prices Is to show d you f goods price paid for IF COME or 223 Sewell r 140142 N1otEWhen Street Taylor rn Invite to their Model R and Wonder Oak j Stoves The affords v We Sell the Stoves Made We also sell and the SUPERIOR WHEAT best made OUDH Ti AM PAINT = And everybody short your and goods W4 ThirdStreetFdrthe We are offer a special Auto Glove at from T 75cto3 See it and you will buy Have you seen the One Finger Mitt latest thing in Auto gloves Remember that we do any thing that is needed for a sabledaotom9bile and we do in the right way Richfflond Motor PIOmbin g Co It Incorporated NOTICE = I am trying highest cash prices for Tallow Also Wool Will treat you right- I pay the HIGHEST MARKET PRICE s for FURS r RiLlg phone 363 t t lrM WiDESRfUUnuft KENTUCKY 1f Rural Telephones or yourfamilyae eAty ret Mr M ke1oQrboftMMmetein latest qOttIO5a- ny dence and placeyoureehlJfl of our etvtee time This can be bymesD8 email eompared with the hea for a earn thatyou Mid your obborctI get neareetoftlce or write direet to headqRartaN- aMiviiIe fits reeeived Call or addrees our TCMdI OHt tNclal Farmers rnneeee for service we eaR imdl9te1Y rate Ifat preecat youare not ejoyillCtelephOJle Ton HQ MIIS PP- Louilana Our lines eovoc theStatOsinterest yell and the Southern potIon of Indiana and lltinoi EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE CO Incorporated y 1i l Good H Things to EatI t- I Thats all we carry tab1deIlA i 4 taple like ugar or a fancy cy like it ed cheese we have it aDd n a quality abSOlutely thistoreiEvery pnxtect that enters Blast examination Each rtkfe fa chosefl irons manY II trtands oaercd because It has proved its superior wertt for preference iIIEach competes Im a place on our highfI if it failj to measure up to our I standard of quality j aud Oneolthe recent successful contest ikllUllS representation in ourline is 4 ELECTA 7I COFFEE I f t asmoo- itf Dna selected highland grown txansthe iarkefs choicest I of slow oolcmgr nud dryringrPeserves Itothe genuine coffee oj I InllslngEleetaColreeyouatesureor Ithefinest would make EIOCUP worth more I other coffees l Jever drank 1 I IandI Tateand Son- TTLP 35 t iLS BParke i Handles Only the Best in i Groceries Fruits Vegetables As he sells for CASH ONLY his customers get the benefit of the lowest prices possibie A Trial Order Will Convince You rL JAMES B PARKE ft CASH STORE Staple and Fancy Groceries Phone 624 FIRST STREET s a i J McCreary i Residence To Rent f I desire to rent for tho year 1011 my resi i donco in Richmond Kentucky on Main Street Itadjoining the residence of Stanton ThorpojVandJ i now occupied by Thomas J Smith Sr arid family 5IMyresidenco is large and commodioush nine rooms and three halls is well furnished and has every convenience 5 frj LiAPersons wishing to look at this residence wihlpleaetoseomoor31rs Thos J Smith at ti tho residence c f t I4LMEs B iidRE Ji i c r t2t t 1i tr F rtistic PhotographyBr- ing in the babIesI make a specialty of taking their pictures rtcGaughey the Phoiogtapher N VWHITE-The Old Reliable Dry Goods Man I f ringshowing of vg i i School Dress- Materials 1 We cry a full line of NOV Ifiest Jt and our Lace and Hamburgs are unsurpssedOur cash system of doing business enablus to give our customers Especially low Prices We ar alv tys gfed to have you t call and insjf our oods N V WHITE MoiA Sfwt below First RICHMOND 1 sffeefeffferfeeeffesfasesaee ee e e a e ea a e a r a e Fn I I I 2tSf un irrE V ELDERSa awe s eaoasaaoeaooeoseoaeooeoeoeaifeffeeeiffNfffefsfNMwONeaY To Our Many Friends in Rich mond and Surrounding Country On November 19th and continuing to December 3rdwe propose to have our an nual sale This is looked forward to by our many friends in Madison county as the greatest mercantile event of the year Ouir stockwas never so large or more varied than it is this year Our entire stock of Dry Goods Clothing Shoes Ladies Coats Blankets Comforts and Notions were never better selected than they are ut this time Our business has been built lip by strict attention to the details and v nits of our customers We believein do i a barge business on a small margin of pi htand selling goods at one price and inrked in plain figures In this annual event our store will be entirely changed in appearance so that our oldest friends will hardly know it It will pay you to come 50 miks to do your shopping at this wonder ful bargain sale We have engdgedseveral exit a sales people to wait on you and give you every attention Dmt forget that in a case of this kind the best bargains sometimes go first so be on hand early the open g- ripest day and take advantage of some of the plums This Sale will be the biggest ever pulled off in this city McCall Patterns rica 35433553 STYLISH MODEL GREEN TAG SALE Ladies Tailored Dress Skirts in the new weaves and nicely tailored excellent quality and great bargains Black blue brown and smoke colors 5 Panama Skirts during this sale at 298700 800 and 1000 Voile Skirts during this sale at FursBeat possible prices We are making a deep cut in price on everyFur we carry 125 Furs 79 150 Furs e 98 200 Furs 124 300 Furs V 198 500 Furs 298 600 Furs 398 Childrens White Angora and beautiful brown sable Coney Fur Setscollarette and muffworth2 at choice per set DSc Big Values in Corsets During this sale we will offer some extraordinary bargains in Corsets We carry R G and American Beauty Corsets They are guaranteed to give satisfaction They will hive the price cut during this sale We secured for this sale 500 sample corsets which will go in this sale at 1 9 and 25c Big Reductions in Every Department This sale lasts two weeks and introduces all the newest and best lines at a big sav ing in cash Look for the Price Tags green tags that tell about the reduced price 598 E V ELDERu MILLINERY Almost at Your Own Our excellent stock of both street and trimmed hats and our exclusive styles will go saleduring this great stock reducing sale at Just Half Price Flowers Feathers and all shapes No charge- for trimming 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 with fine Lace Curtains We are going to give you the biggest bargains you have ever seen Curtains worth 75c pair 39 Curtains worth 100 pair 59 Curtains worth 200 pair 98 Curtains worth 500 pair 298 n Ladies Misses and Childrens COATSTh- iswill be the greatest coat sale in the history of Rich mond and will prove conclu sively our underselling pow ers Cloaks for ladies misses and children the most attrac tive styles ever shown in Richmondnothing but the finest materials in all the pop ular fabrics every garment superior in the minutest de tail Look around first and then compare prices with those of others You will ape preciate the values all the more i 12 and 815 values reduced to S908 r 10 Coat values at ii 748 750 Coat values atii uo n 498 Sweaters Greatly Reduced Prices Price BcCaS Pattern No 3631 A STRIKING SUIT Carpets Oil Cloth and Mattings During the Green Tag Sale we will give you some of the best bargains y6u have ever seen in this class of goods Every piece of goods is marked down for quick selling Mens Ladies and Chil drens Hosiery Here is an opportunity of buying Hosiery for the family All our 10 and 12c values 8c All our 15c values1OcT- oweling 500 Huck Towels 1836 white with red borders never soldunder 15c go at Sc Outing Night Gowns Womens Outing Flannel Night Gowns in plain colors such as white pink and blue also stripes with or without collars o 48c tllBlan- kets and Comforts During this Great Green Tag Sale we otTer a finojinoof Cninfortsand Blankets at less price than the raw material will cost A largo lino to select from 75 Blankets per pair S 19 150 Blankets per pair hnhn 93 200 Blankets per pairh11S500 Blankets per pair i lAS Goo Blankets per pairuu 448 750 Blankets por pairu 498 125 Comforts for h 93 175 and 200 Comforts torn 121 275 and 300 Comforts for un1DB 350 Comforts for 221 150 Bed Spreads very choice white crochet with or without cut corners beautiful patterns115 125 ned Spreads white crochet hemmed ready for use c co designs = o8il 250 Bed Spreads fine while satin largo size fringed with or without cut corners L95 75c Sheets 0212- C5o SheetSnntSlie Pillow Cases 12 12 95c extra choicebleached Damask 70 inches wide very choice patterns 75cyd Underwear Mens heavy fleece Shirts and Drawers 50o valve u 39c Ladies heavy fleece Vests and Pants 50c ahleu 45o Ladies red flannel Vest and Pants 125 und 150 vahleu OSo Mens gray wool Shirts and Drawers 8139 value OSo Mens red flannel Shirts and Drawers 150 valuer 98c cash them eeaeeeoeaeeeoeecoeeoooooaoaaoooeoeaaoooefffeefs oeoeesfeefoeeea i F e oouuane S r t j E V ELDERS ro eo seaoeooeoemocaeeaeoaooeeoaooooaeNfefffeesefeffaeeft rMnIr Dig Reductions onlyShowing Nov 19 to Dec 3 I Store closed Friday November to make preparations prices for Bargain ib 5 Bi Dress Goods This is going to be the biggest opportunity of a life time In many prices have been re duced to the point where you will be to get linings trim mings and pay for the making for what the dress goods alone would actually cost you Come early as you know the early bird bargainsa Ginghams 5000 rice Ginghams 2t and 3 yard lengths usually sells for 7 14 and lOc per help yourself Sale Price n u r McC H Pattern No 3677 I ATTRACTIVE AFTERNOON COSTUME If you hear of this sale first be to about it r efee n i i at 18 and mark down this Great Sale cases able yards kind 5c yard rDCf4 1 0 o tQ- t 0C McCall Patton No CHIC AFTERNOON Saturday November 19 to Dec 3 you- rneighborstell 0tfJ 3511I SHOESWe offer over a thousand pairs of sample shoes for Ladies and Children While YOU hear of the advancelin the price of leather on every side we offer the best line of footwear in the country at prices that would make it appear there had been a slump in the leather market Of course we are not able to sell subsequent pur chases at these prices but while they last they go as follows One Table Full of Ladies Shoes 150 to 200 values stock is somewhat broken but if you can find your I size you pay 98c PETTICOATS Ladies black sateen Petticoats made with deep flounce and ruffles with hem stitching on flounce bought especially for this sale regular 125 valuesI sale price t Ladies fine Sateen Ladies black Fine Sateen Petticoats our regular priceI 200 sale price I 74c I Mercerized Petticoats 98cheapC Mercerized 124 I J 500 black Silk Petticoats sale 324 E1 V0- i o r test Main Street ItICBMQNIJRV 0 S rlf y 1 UST ARRIVED d received TailorMade Underwear Women Children Complete Every headquarters W D OLDHAM AND COMPANY Womans Friend femaleailments havelittlereliefCarduiscientifically andgivesTAKE J Womans Tonic ShemitcsCarduiconsulted a so I I ALL THIS THE PLACE FOR Fresh Oysters V RICCITelephone The Imperial Double Disc Tile Correct Clothes they will worn best dressed gentlemen of social and business word The New Fall designed and made Master Tailors Schloss Bros Baltimore New York Boston This lirst showing models is of interest mahand young not only gives you rect styles but way to High Grade Clothes atj Moderate Prices Come and See Them Welcome We have just some very stylish J 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 Gome make your selection before thev are picked over We are sole agents for Queen Quality Fine Shoes for ladies and Wm Kneelands Fine Shoes for men These lines of shoes are the best to be had any city We are showing all new lasts and kinds Come see them Get our low cash prices of shoes for men women and children we can fit you suit you and you money Our for Men and ir in Detail Come get our prices and save money We are showing all new things in Notions Belts Belt Pins Scarfs Neckwear Hosiery etc shelves and counters are creaking and groaning under weight good things all kings of winter goods Get the best for you money come to and see the new styles women prepared from harmless vegetable in The was taken female inflammation and doctor but to no avail took Cardui and inside of three days was able to do my housework Since then my trouble has never returned Try it AT DRUG STORES IS Corner Main and Second 3 as be by the Models by the Company of the new to every mail because it the cor opens the Everyone the two in the on all save the ot in with the the Money to Loan on Good Farm- Lands The Northwestern Mutual Life In surance Co will loan money at 5 per cent interest on good improved farm lands on Mortgage Apply taJ C Chenanlt Atty G9tf Richmond Ky Mound City Paints may cost a trifle more bltI Stockton son 24nly Notice to Creditors All persons having claims against the estate of William Butner deceased will file same with the undersigned proper ly verified on or before the 30th day of November 1910 or same will bo barred William Munday Admr of the Estate of William Butrier Decd For Rent J9JJ Residence on summit and store room on Second street occupied by J B Wal ker also three rooms over store tfI 0 T Fox For Sale I havo several good building lots for sale located on Lancaster and Brcck Ave Location drainage ectthe very best Most desirable for apartment house or living residence Anyone in terested in purchase plcaso can on the owner Mrs D M Bright or her son Dr Bright tf FarInFor SaleON Thursday Dec Itt10 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 wen 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 saleD Jackson Cottonburg Ky HARROWriblejointednot track at any time there is na Interference of parts and the turn is made without extra exertion JTrom either driver or team There is no strain on any part of tho Harrow and the ground is worked tho same us when goinjr straight ahead The Flexible Frame is a Very imporlantj in fact indispensable featureDouble Disc Harrow can TJB conveniently handled or made to do satisfactory work without it A rigid framo would cause a severe strain in turning and leave a series of holes and ridges at tho turning points f Harrowicaa 1- 8i1 thanI1 lK oMeom first Thq question should be the TIarrow d cmougli bettw work and e o gH J r work W iidcttstee4tave tiB if It certainly wllL Jn quality pfworJf better puly rizir awre perle tow ias it it kVrth lt t costs and more In capacity itie hp eqH l of lito iDgMIHarroWS ol th MBM iwkWi Mid fe UieiBiisl ot tim j Ubor wsdhotsps srill easily pay for isirin si sing1eaeGIiOll All tli t ftCW8 lor tb iBsperial Harrwir 1 wante H to pwionil in ttElfie1d JtJa told M UUaeoa 4itionth8P rAi bi eK Q ethejudp lrtnlt 0 uglaJitnrn n t afh r Street rT 20 57i p A BODY BUILDER Fp THE CELLS M5 TISSUES A P8WERFUL STKEN6TH PR9WJC ING SEC8NSTWJCTION iONIC FOR TIE ELM AND NEiVOUS SYSTEM A EeMle Pwchawd Tefey Starts Yea Blrfrf ea be Road to Health Guaranteed to Give Satis faction or Money Refunded SOLD BY Stockton Son Thanksgiving Proclamation Issued by President By the President of the United States of America A Proclamation oJ This year of 1910 is drawing to a close Tho records of population and harvests which are the index of prog ress show vigorous national growth and the health and prosperous wen being of our communities throughout this land and in our possessions beyond the seas These blessings have not descended upon us in restricted measure but overflow and abound They are tho blessings and bounty of God Wo continue to bo at peace with tho rest of the world In all essential mat ters our relations with other people are harmonious with an evergrowing reality of friendliness and depth of recognition of mutual dependence It is especially to bo noted that during the past year great progress has been achieved in the cause of arbitration and tho peaceful settlement of international disputes Now therefore I William Howard Taft President of the United States of America in accordance with the wise custom of the civil magistrate since the first settlements in this land and with the rule established from the foundation of this government do appoint Thurs day November 24 19lO as a day of national thanksgiving and prayer en joining the people on that day to meet in their churches for the praise of Almighty God and to return heartfelt thanks to Him for all His goodness and loving kindness In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and caused the seal of the United States to bo affixed Done at tho City of Washington this fifth day of November in the year of our Lord ono thousand nine hundred and ten and of tho independence of the United States the ono hundred and thirtyfifth WILLIAM H TAFT Lumber For Sale Barn bills and all kinds rough lumber in oak poplar and pine Tobacco sticks Poplar laths Write J A STEVEXS W T HICKS tf h Richmond Ky Good Advice Now that tobacco has again como in to the control of the trust the thing for the farmer to do is to sow his land in grass and try to put back some of the soil ho has been wasting for the last few years to devote his attention to tho raising of something that will make brain and muscle and to educate his children who have been kept out of school too many days If ho can not get over the habit of cultivating tobacco raise only a few acres which can be done with little loss of time Hogs sheep cattle corn wheat and all other farm products are bringing good prices plant a variety keep your land and bo better off jn the end Lost Dog Lost on Irvine pike Saturday at largo black and white bird dog with small red spots over body Return to Joe Chonault Richmond Ivy Let Him Go Tho many friends of Howard Cam nitz tecrack Kentucky twirler who resides in Hustonville nnd who has been with the Pittsljurg National League lor the past seven years will read the fol lowing telegram from Pittsburg with much regret Will Camnitz be with the team next season President Drey fuss of Pittsburg was asked CamIIso fairly with him for some reason or other we couldnt get along Ho will bo disposed of and t bo lievo this will plcaso him I know ho- isnt anxious to play with us again and wo will have in the future none but players who are satisfied and who are willing to live up to the club discipline Wo have 820500 this year for new players S6me of them look very good and it may bo that they will fill any holes that might b made Stcolo and Ferry give promise of being successful pitchers if they are Camnitz will not ba missed so much It bo too that wo will J notherswho aro good For Sale Few thousand second hand brick J D King Son if 218 Moborly avenues Desperate Dangerous coughs Extremely perilous coughs Coughs that rthetnroatandlJnts fegtilrmedtcicine for Mich a cough Ask your doctor about AyersCherry Pectoral I A W rJ 11 btl1eJj tOf We1lMWl fro 1 I Any good dlctorwill tell you that a itwdi cine Pect ral caDDot tfo Ms be t work tf the bowels re con wacmIDlrecting this higgieMa S8 of the iiwer 4J Alwo LtweU Completion The Big Panama Canal Will be open lor TradeWfthki a yearFrom JDecem- ber htc The Panama Canal will be flhished on Decamber 1 1913 This infolrmation was given to President Taft lastwekwhile he was inspecting the famous Gustum fdam on which he spent several hours The of ficial date of the opening re mains January 1 1915 as LieutColonel Goethals desires one year in which to train the canal tenders and to get the machinery working smoothly Ships in the mean time will be granted the priv ilege of the canal at their own risk of possible delay incident to inexperienced operation rfnounIcedport of Taf trs Visit j was the for runner ofq request for another 100M000 from Congress was unfounded The canal will be completed in 1913 he said within the 375000000 already iuthor izied y The resident was tremen duously pleased at the outlook for an early completion the great work and congratulated Goethals He expressed amazement at the work accomplished since his visit to the Isthmus in February 1909 out great ly surprised however at the immensity of the dam He exclaimed This is a mountain not a dam Goethals explained to the president that the informal opening of the canal in 1913 required im mediate action on the part of Congress relative to toll rates Come to Owen McKee Richmond Ky for dry goods and notions Others do and why not you it Country sorghum the best ever just received at Sowell McKinneys 2t Patronize Them When a store advertises it shows that it values your trade enough to ask for it your convenience is consid ered tothe extent of making iteasj for you to know what is offered in needed goods the store shows its willing ness to go on record in its own statements about isstock and service the advertising of an article as being of a certain quality and at a stated price is a sense of con tract between the seller and the prospective buyer the price of advertised goods must be so low that competi tion cannot meet them adver tising increases sales enab ling the store to accept small er profits These are some of the reasons why you should buy from stores that adver tise There are other rea sons and altho not stated you profit bythem Hog Raisers Are your hogs worth 5 cents per headt Vo guarantee Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy to keep hogs healthy and free from dis ease for 5 conts per head per month It cures Cholera kills Worms Stimulates the Appetite aids Digestion and causes hogs to fatten voryrapidly This reme hograisersin and lot us tell you about ik Perrys Drug Store 2t Tobacco Crop m Kentucky This Season Be low Production of 1909 Final estimates of the crop reporting board are tliat the yield per acre of this years wasIcompared with 825 pounds last year and 833 pounds an average yield for ten years past The total production of to bacco in the State is estimated at 381024000 pounds com pared to350700000pound 1909 The quality of this years cOqIporedwith871as The Kentucky corn yield was 28G bushels p r acret isyear agaipst 29 bushels last year and 237 bushels the tenyear average The production of corn is 075000 bushels this yeap as aainsb 103472000 bushete in 1909 The quality Is 7Vcerit this year agwnat 84 per en =I SNotKJ t J iyitfc1aI h O DIY h lebt Wed tUiI1Miti1aWt III Ad it J All pw oas o tJideq Jo aUtUad UfOtinnkrrus CLexington Ky Administrator of Oorge C DeVore By E R Blackburn 0MbiIv- 1f4UUaber 11 1BJO x rot Dyspepsia 0 Sample Sufferers from indigestion are wak ing tip to the fact that peppermint taz ages charcoal and dyspepsia cures are only makeshifts in the cure of so troublesome a complaint as lssomethingdigeStiveapparntusand this these simple remedies cannot do cureotlndlgestlonbreath and yet a that only con tains digestive Ingredients will not cure permanently aa the basis of Indlgestioa requiresof no remedy that combines these re CaldweUsSyrupa quarter of a century 133tireural ingredients for the cure of con sourstomachplaints Its ingredients will so strengthen and tone the stomach and bowel muscles naturalyFannieStuartDlackburnMo convincedonlytemporary bottleLaterhaving PepsInotdollar a bottle pfeasedtodesire for yourself or family to bowelsllbsolntelYfree detaiLFororotherwiseaddress Is Dr W B CaldweU R500 Cold wet building aionticello m SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS Fire Life Accident and Health Insur anco in the very best old line Companie Wm S Broaddus Ast tf J R Pennington Dentist Office next door to Government bund ing Richmond Ky Mrs Maude Mackey Walk crsHair Dressing Parlor Como in and have your hair dreSsed in the newest style braids and putTs made to order Braids restored to natural color Highest prices paid for combings Two doors above Stocktons drug store on Main street Office phone 515 residence 202 CJIo y Your Friends Prefer Jewelry to Any Other Gift in the World For thornanas of yearsas far tack as historical records gothe uniYers I 19 To every UJKtJU VI love and friendship hls been precio s tonestnd have TialH jew acparm more race in every age and generation jewels alluring than money land mer or any other form of wealtu And with each generation the sentiment attached to the giving and owning of jewels grows Every achievement in life is assoc at d with gifts f beautiful jE elsa diminutive jug for the baby bracelets and neck chain for b rthday remembrances theat gradnationj perhaps a flne watch a diamond ring announces marriage engagement and at the wedding the crowningeventof all a multI tude of precious gems stones and jewels Search tile gamut ofh man wants and you ill finerio gift so a eptab e as jewelry Good jewelry is a heritage that is handed down from generation to generation and an enduring remembrance of the giver t will help trmi make ast f 1 T y uare unfamiliar with jewelry we begJadto selections On the other hand if you are accustomed to buying ring 1Ioc ets bracelets watches etc so much the better You will appreciate the in re keenly the high quality of our goods and our uptodate selections 1 Needless to say every article of merchandise we sell is w rrated to eex actly as represented Theres no chance for decoption at this store Our line is particularly interesting in rings brooches bracelets necklaces lockets pins watches and late novelties Gome and visit our store whether are not you are ready to purchase Jewelry Rrmg you frIends along We take pleasure in showin the inimf c gems and Jewels that we have if Wines Whittington- c Richmond Kentucky NoticeI Q IAUtho undersir pd properly proven on or before December 10th 1910 or same will boforovfir barred G A Ballard Executors V W O Anderson r Posted We the undersigned strictly forbid hunting trapping or any kind of tres passing ort our premises and will pros cute offenders Paraloo Fitzpatrick Goo Fitzpatrick The Best in Jeweirydom Invites You to This Store Wo gathered from everywhere good and well Today wo are asking your opinion of our stock as a whole Wo ask for criticisms request your critical looking And when you have seen and bought we are sure you will carry away an impression that will bo sure to bring you back Its yo privilege toby or look just as you pleaso and if you only look youre welcome LEo LANEBig Watch Sign 210 Main Street Exceptiona Clothes at MODERAfE PRICES Bvery young man no matter what his means wishes to dress well We have solved the problem of dressing wfell on limited means We are the exclusive agents for 1 ADLERS COLLEGIAN GLOTHL5 Che style of these clpthes is well known They are the leaders of fashion every where and the prices are moderate We hare ajbijr variety of skia pylooking suits ard overcoats iorypu to choose Iroaa afc prices jaagihg Frorn4i5QO to 3000 The Collegian brand is a guarantee of style and quali ty Come in aud see thfent ITCr2nd and Main Tt lepon 675 1 I Ja HOT BLAST i filobe Air Tigh BLASTS Burns Slack Soft Goal Without Smoke Heats double heated Clean economical The Kind BYIfor Service peopleIhonest price operation SOLD EXCLUSIVELY ny W Buckley Cot East Street The Boy With A Watch is always tho envy of his companions If yon want to mako your boy really happy give him a watch that will keep real time You can get ono hero forvery little money or for as much as you care to pay Wo guarantee al watches wo handle and tho guarantee of this jewelry store means something H or or Soot t H the space by any other stove with half the fuel neat to Ii an See it in you will like it Main F F l yE1 GERMAm STREEi ICHMOND KEN KY ARE Y 0 Y r lnterst d iJ1Lur berL th ShiIigleiDorsj j Sa hItc ff sq see1 i i iY T j Ilodd EdwardsLnmh O tf Phone 100 cCor ilaio DickirC Rfo K ladi s J to W a GatmehtS i Ou I 1lCk ptflW4 I Y UO JnVlj kQfid IrS et ooth6ndOfneskxk AUlIn i1ditia willi f JYtlATAq4 Mdr 0Jq