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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1i t lEightPages Today f1- i I r V7thYEAR RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 30 1910 CNUMBER 261 BAKING POWDER MAKES THE PERFECT HOT BISCUITA- lso Rolls and Muffins Crusts and Cakes Send for Royal CookBook 30 Days TrialIn your Home liVemachines from treadle pin we know them all and the highest We have investigated allEveryone of them found lacking some everyone of them some glaring faultsbut in New York you hear and read so much about we offer amachine that is r Ionlu get you realize this superiority we do we have decided i Fira that cannot afford advenise its low priceyou would never see test in any way you choose compare with any other sewing machine you- know of and then make your decISIon Unless you are fully satsfiedmorg than there will leut reasons why will wait keep The FREE when tha days oTr There it the beauty Frtncbltr tlnaad jijunned Lush which thowf dust worldfrThcu Roiojclllo movement olanrlo which makes Tie FREE faster than the fastest Rotary and kVsimplet than simplest shuttle w VV 2 d t c THECLIMAXf RaI t Iseving ISSWflliamSt 15 FREE iwhich smallestiICAn to to as I we to appreciateVpoolpindaysTit to it youI1But be it 32 Io irs rare of Its At the hlebithe r the AusomiticLockingImproved Head Latch the Automatic Ten slon Release the Automatic Lift the Rein thobhofaccl4ats04ever imatioe la make a sewlnt machine absolutely perfect We want rou to experience all of these thlnts rourwlt and mr thlridda to make It extremely rforrouukee TtieFREEbronerintltioroaatroiiroiriiiermsa iowas 1 PaymentsCome trial I Luman Higgins Furniture Carpets Stoves Opp Hotel Glyndon West Main Street THE FINESTAsscrtment of VEHICLES to be found in Central Kentucky are now on display at our Factory on Water Street If you need a Buggy Carriage Wagon anything in this line it will be interesting to com paTe the quality and prices of our goods with those of other firms Lackey Colyer Water Street Richmond Ky Taylor OldhamInv- ite your attention to their Model Radiators and Wonder I Oak Heating Stoves The best the market affords We Sell the Best Cookfog Stoves Made We also sell and recommend the SUPERIOR p WHEAT DRILL tb best made t j- TA17L t R OLDHAM Big Gain Democrats in Congress will be in the Majority and Will do Things Right The lJJmocrats will have a majority in the National House of Representatives and will now be able to do things as tho great multitude of people of this free country wants it done A look at the following table compiled exclusively for the Climax readers will show the reader just how tho next Congress is to be made up what states have the most Democrats and what states the most Republicans It would be an ex collect idea and The Climax publishes this with such in view viz that it be cut out and saved for future reference This table is a valuable reference Sixtyfirst Sixtysecond States Congress Congress Rep Dem Rep Dem Alabamau 0 0 0 9 Arkansasu 0 01CaJiCorniau 8o 8 0 Colorado 0 3 T3 0 Connecticut 5 0 4VV 1 Delaware u 1 0V 10Fl- orida 0 803Georgia 0 11 Ooll Idahoau 1 1OIh- Ilnois 10V 0 14 Vll Indiana 2 11 112 Ioau 10 1 10iKansas 8 0 80Kentucky u 3 8 2V9 Louisiana 0 7V 0 7 Maine 4 0 22M- aryland 33 1 5 Massachusetts 10 4V 10 Michigan 12 0 10 Minnesota8 1S 1 Mississippi 0 8 K 81 Missouri 010 0 10 Montana 1 0 10N- ebraska 3 3 42Nevada 0 1 1 0 New Hampshiro2 0 20Now Jersey 7 3 2 8 New York 25 12 15 22 North Carolina 3 7o 10 North Dakota 2 0 2 0 Ohiou 13 8 10 II Oklahoma 3 22 3 Oregonu 2 0 20Pennsylvania 27 5 24 8 Rhode Island 2 OilSouth Carolina 0707South Dakota 2 0 20Tennesseeu 28 28Texasu 16 0 10 Utah 1 010Vermont 20 2 0 Virginia I 1 9 10 Washington 3 0 3 0V West Virginia 50 2 3 Wisconsin u 10 1 9V 1 Wyomingu 1 0 10 Totalsu 217 174 177 213 One Socialist in Sixty second con grossVFound A pair of childs mits white fur with leather palms Owner can have same by applying at this office Wild Ducks There seems to bo many wild ducks on their southward fly dropping oil in this section Hunters have reported many big mallards and teel on the creeks and ponds throughout the county On the lake of the Richmond Water Co there has been several big flocks seen the past two weeks but the authorities forbid any shooting Dandruff and Itching Scalp Yield to This Treatment Why experiment trying to drive the dandruff germ from underneath the skin with greasy lotions or fancy hairdressing when H L Perry Drug Store will guarantee ZEMO and ZEMO SOAP to entirely rid the scalp of the germ life that causes the trouble ZEMO and ZEMO SOAP can be obtain ed in any city or town in America and are recognized the best and most econ omical treatment for all affections of the skin and scalp whether on infant or grown persons One shampoo with ZEMO SOAP and application of ZEMO will stop itching and cleanse the scalp of dranduff and scurf We invite you to try ZEMOand ZEMO SOAP and if not entirely satisfied we will refund your money Watch Em Manipulation of prices by the interests responsible for the presentsocalled reduction in tho prices of meat This was tho statemeat made today by Dr Harvey Wiloy Chief of the Bureau of Chemistry of tho Department of Agri cnltureVHo added that the Interests had sent the prices down just as before they had sent them up and that develop menU would show they were getting ready for a CretihgrJI1on the throats of the consumer Scarce Hunters coming in from quail shooting have brought about a halfdozen English woodcockwhich meat is considered by many superior to quail In the larger cities the high price restaurants get twice the price for woodcock that they do quail There are very few of this specie of game fowl in this south now except Mississippi and parts of Texas There are about a dozen killed in Mad son every year and this is all that can be found They never fly far and a flock of live or six can be easily cleaned up by a good shot They resemble a quail in color of Miners Mt have a large bill like a snipe aD Jes like a plover Work Stopped The Berea Telephee Co that was preparing place a neWlineolj hetV8ftttieitY sfetl Roivh11 has tempowily Bm A wgrk on ecout ol the ias1ie ef tke Fiscal Cewt The right oi the eempsay tonee the- tureikeferltpe4e vras i wtioned by the owt There te no fraoehifte iesued to UlVW any otfiw oompany doing biwi e 1flIadMewieh give it the UM o f Uwpihe Te Kseal court is the sel idlIoi8iiceotthereu1U- aM ta witilled to a Wg the oompany talte In each Wj1 thy ule the pikea axed wilt pro eenw Its eWfli rig roaiiy The tetepbom ConpaoiM are alike alt other eorp tiooi jo just have tohoW them down in order to keep them from pushing rv thiDI8D4 eYiV7bady off thro4- I1I1 2 WITHVAS TOLD IN THE HILLS At Opera 39thPricesSeats at Wines Drug Storo Comments on the Fall of W The 1910 Tobacco Pool CUToUT NEXT YEAR ADVOCATED Georgetown News Gutting out the 1011 crop seems to us to be tho nly wiso solution to the present situation Not only docs it seem to us to be the proper solution from a financial standpoint but it also seems to bo the most peaceful olu tion Certainly those who have dis posed of their 1009 crops and those who have contracted tho sale of their 1010 crops at a strong price would not persist in growing another crop if it takes a cutout crop now to protest those who aro still in the 1009 pooL We do not believe they will Whatever is done however must be in a peaceful and lawful way Whether the iOll crop is cut or what not ever remember that tho law must be upheld that its supremacy must be rec ognized at all times and under all cir cumstances First Law and peace next prosperity and both together spell Happiness with a big H growersITIlE POOL Is DEAD LONG LIVE THE POOL Shelby Sentinel Liko the mariner at sea the tobacco grower has to take a reckoning from time to time The dcclaring off of the 1010 pool by the District Board is but tinIuedand courage can not but win in tho end Past experiences should not dis j Try This for Catarrh Get a HYdMhl pronounce it High ome outfit today Pour a low drops from the bottle into the inhaler that comes with each outfit and breath it in four or five times a day Immediately you will know that Ill OMEI soothes and heals tho inflamed and irritated membrane But HYO1IEI does more than sootho and heal it kills the germs those persevering pests that aro at tho root of all catarrhal conditions Last year I suffered terribly with ca tarrh I used one bottle of HYOJIEI and my catarrh was bntter311ss Helen McNair Loyalton Cat A complete llYOllEfoutltincluding a bottle of IIYOMEI a hard rubber poc ket inhaler and simple instructions for use costs only 8100 If you how own a Hyomei inhaler you can got an extra bottle of HYOJ1EL for only 50 tents at B L iliddeltons and druggists everywhere Guaranteed to euro catarrh croup st1maand sore throat or money back IForSale Throe nice Poland China Gilts JOEWAGEUS 2tV Wnco lfy QldHome Town When the ovehln shade Is fallina the endin of th day Anti iiehlerrcsth from labor smokin at his nine of clav Theres nothin does him so much good bo fbrtupe up or down As the little country paper from his ol hOme town It atnta thing of beauty and its print aint always clean But itV straightens out his temper when a fellers folling mean It takes tho wrinkles ofIrlfacearis- brushes off the frown Tbatlittlo country paper from lite oT homo townVIt tells of airtlie parties an the belle oa Punkin tow Bot who spent Sunday with his girl an how the crops will grow How it lees a feller postclbGli l whose up and whose down That little eounlry paper iMM tllf ei h town Now I teveteTeJwl the daiks MMI eLbeppersto- oV at aU tiwes the y ikw ov1 sat 8Oeoth r trash todMttYM1iBut whBl want brwh w y a frWB I want that 1H tte ppr frost y lIoaM wLVMr Kobt R BUTMM IMS ad4 4 tat his Pin lB omace Oonpaa t4Htery Clay Fire IMOMM kI K8 tacky company wKk WW 000 e pft1 and surplus Support borne iD litatiofl ad delDudapJlcrJnibia isew com FaA1 courage but stimulate greater energy and add tho necessary caution The cutting out treatment has made thananythlngheretoCore second a third or as many trials as may be necessary to effect a curet It will prove the panacea for all our to bacco ills if effectively and frequently utilized as the case demands If Cora jew years to come alternate crops would bo cut out each years product would readily bring thirty cents per pound instead of fifteen cents That the pool of 1910 was a failure is duo to tho non pooler and nobody else He will feel the shoo pinch just as hard as his brother who insistently yet kindly invited him to join in a movement for higher prices His an swer No was about as expensive a declaration as was ever emboidcd in a worth The little ugly word no which has but two letters in it cost this county and tho State of Kentu ky millions of dollars not to say anything about a word of ill feelings between neigh bor and neighbor TKUST rROTECTKTH ITS OWEV Harrison County News It is a remarkable fact that new tobacco on the market in Louisvillo of lower grado and so skilfully handled brought better prices than the pooled tobacco Tho reason is plainthe American Tobacco Company was on the market feeding her pets and getting them ready for skinning next year 2liWiMtfiiWOO HfiiHirii Farm News 9 Items of Interest to TIle Far met the Grower and the 5 Stockman MMHH In Wood Cord county Schoberth Willis bought last week 45 sheep at per ad Also 12 head of cattle from Canty Bros of Jetts at 30 per head Oscar Wilson a tenant on John Har ris farm on the Shyrocks Ferry pike raised 100 obis or 530 bushels of corn on seven acres of land Graham t Holt havo recently purchased between 1200 and 1500 bbls of corn at 250 a bbl from Theo Harris Jas O Pates Ell Wallace and J W HarrisEdwards Hanna sold to Watson King 10 yearling steers C50 to 700 Ibs at S140 to 150 cwt and to McGinnis McDonald of Frankfort 00 slop steers at S4 to 100 cwt Jonas Weil the cattle buyer of Lexington has secured the feeding privileges at the Paris Distilling Co and now has 750 head of cattle in the cattle barns which are to be fed until the plant ceases operations In May In Montgomery Lucian B Greono sold to Monto Fox of D Hvillf for shipment east a bunch of fine export steers Tho cattle averaged 1550 pounds and brought seven edits a pound or a total per bead 10710Theyre Good A bunch of guineas on the local Jar ket created quite a stirkst week This fowl is plentiful In the county but it is a very unusual scenetos them offered for sale on the markets Uei goCa somewhat wild nature tbey are not as hard to raise as roost people think and the effort Jo domesticate them by the country people is the ebie f reason lOt thirfalling off It let alea they will take care of themselves aBdbrisg a good price in the market The Meshi of the gttiaea 1lkigb1y prized awl brings M h hprieeinthe city market as that of Ibe first ebtekeas and oftea more It basIn garaey tevoc which most people priJllilMhI fb served sis nearly HtIM large ho4ri and rftstaurahts under M neVfpheaaantg audit one b in tax eh with a uterbiyiriew that will be A IIUIMIMBI fiivttf VMT etHMiderior tk eftM HiiMrtUlnil M raising then There wliUl danger fMii a wU cr trout an attack of jrrip xe p witft filowed by pneumonia med tide Bv r happen vrnm CliaotbedainS Ootwk HeaIedy 1teed This MWedt baa won Its ffeat reputaikin asd it Biv sale br its remarkable cu M oif colds and grip clcnnbe rolled apoe vith tar piiii ooofideno Fyi 3s atlizV4j ab0 The Gouge of the Republican Tariff Law Hits the Laboring Classes When you begin to analize the present iniquitous Payne Aldrich tariff in its homely applications it brings out some funny facts extremely ludicrous in fact if we but eliminate its burdensome side on the humble but honest toilers in the land But when we look atit from the viewpoint of equity and justice to the man or woman who earns their daily bread by industry and toil it is not strange that the voters of this mighty and just nation should have repudiated it in the election held on November 8th last The New York World in discussing this important subject says When the wrinkled chap ped laundress finishes the weeks wash and delivers it Saturday night she has re ceived during her weeks labor the following blessings from the Pay neAldrieh tariff On her soap she has been tarifftaxed 20 per cent On the wrapper in which the soap comes 25 per cent Onithe ammonia that helps to keep the flannels soft 25 per cent The washing soda is tariff taxed onequarter of a penny a poundThe starch is tarifftaxed- H cents a pound and the borax 2 cents a pound The bluing is protected with a 30 per cent tariff She wrings them out on a wringer the metal castings of which are tarifftaxed one cent a pound and the wooden frame 35 per cent and the rubber rollers 35 per cent The washboard itself is tarifftaxed 35 per cent and the ribbed zinc 1g cents a poundShe dumps the damp clothes into a wicker clothes basket that is tarifftaxed 35 per cent Merrily she trips up on the roof and hangs them on the clothes lineclothes line tarifftaxed 45 per cent with clothes pins tarifftaxed 35 per cent If instead she balances herself on the fire escape the rope is taxed the same and the pulley is also taxed 45 per cent A wooden frame dryer is taxed 35 per cent She gathers them in the tarifftaxed basket and irons them with irons tarifftaxed 810 of a penny on a pound She heats the irons on a tarifftaxed stove keeps her coal in a scuttle tarifftaxed 45 per cent If she uses charcoal it is taxed 20 per cent or coke 20 per cent Even the matches are tarifftaxed onehalf penny a dozen boxes U Many a mickle makes a muckle motto of match trnst On the tub over which she bends and scrubs there is a tarifftax of 35 per cent The bench or chairs it rests on are taxed 35 per cent and the paper pail beside them is tarifftaxed 35 percent The big bouer in which the clothes are boiled is tariff taxed not less than 45 per centIf she has been able to save up andgeta mangle the metal castings for it are tarifftaxed one penny a pound the wooden rollers 35 percent and the framework H5 per cent Nothing is too small and no ohetoopoor to be overlooked JUST what Jolm A said Judge John E MeCall of the United SitM District Court at Jackson Twin lnMriactthe l jury in the caseof Government against the Standard Oil Company f Indiana Io return a verdict of nqtgunty Judge MeCall sustained the oeatvntioa of ooun for the defendant corporation that the Unit States had fltthKt to prove the allegations Mt forth k the IndICt ment The otl cawpaiiy JiM heist on trial for a week charged with receiving freight rate eeaewriMS in violation of the socalled Klkta law TKr rating of JudgeVoCeU esw im dUter upOn raoonYening of o urt for the afternoon MMiom He concluded reading hn opinion at fciS oclock Thia declaim practically throwout of litigation the suit to eolltot about tMl000000 io lines from the Standard Oil Company It will be recalled that whei be Indiana Judge handed down his dIM annrr tug hefijlesJohnQ smiled bad and lduIln never b i ld and he was right WoDJu if tnrcM gat theinl c IVIoores Air Tight Stoveshold fire longer with less coal than all others Ask who own them For sale by D B SHACKELFORD and CO Main Street West Telephone 33 Scotts Emulsion is a wonderful foodmedi cine for all ages ofman kind It will make the delicatesickly babystrong andwellwill give the pale anemic girlrosy cheeks and rich red blood It will put flesh on the bones of the tired overworked thin man and will keep the agedman or woman in condition to resist colds or pneumonia in the winter ron SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS Send name of paper and this id for our beautiful Savings Dank and child SketchBook Each bank contains a Good Luck Fenar SCOTT BOWNE 409 Pearl SL New York Right Move The citizens ef Lexington have just elected two women Miss Linda Neville and Miss Margaret Brown to the Board of Education These two women were candidates on the Fusion ticket Their opponents on the regular Democratic ticket were two prominent educators of the city of Lexington Professor M L Pence of the State University and Professor T B McCartney of Trans ylvania University This indicates somewhat the strength of the desire for women on the Board of Education i n Lexington These women it will be recollected were elected by the votes of men z o women in Lexington being allowed the school ballot They were dominated by men without any solicitation either from them or from other women as a measure of party wisdom as well as of principle- As it happens a strong effort was made by more than one of the masculine leaders in the Democratic party to have women nominated on that ticket This was over ruled by a small coterie of Democrats opposed to any recognition o f womens services Lexington is the city represented by the Honorable William Klair who has ill two Legislatures opposed the extension of schoolsuffrage to Kentucky womenIt been represented that the trial of school suffrage for women in Lex backproveddiction of this statement of the politicians did not destroy its currency though this contradiction was made by xiDtonthe reforms instituted by women wr the School Boardj who could point to the State wide reputation of some of the women w ihe IfYe their sfeetOtJwttp city who knew tJ1atthel- 8lifragowasrepealdwith out a demauSirom tQ people practically without their knowledge at the behest of a few politicians only n W fh j WIND W GlASS and Putty aU sizes prices always the lowest f We Put in Glass PaperWindow Shades 213 Main Crossett Shoesfor Men ir Section those WILLOING frlirrorsU West Street Sally WalkerShoes Children JUDGE WISEBusiness Philosopher Dear PeopleI have come to Richmond un der contract with John E Sexton to entertain you with my illustrated philosophy and to bring home to you the merits of stores Footwear My mission is to amuse and benefit the large and intelligent audience within sight of my picture Latest Styles in all Leathers in Ladies Footwear 200 to 500 Bargain Counter Saturdays = GROCERIES = Is Our Specialty Get our pricesno trouble to show goods Highest cash price paid tor Counts Produce IF YOU CANT COME Telephone 16 or 223 i Sewell McKinney 140142 North Second Street NOTICE pricesfortWool Will treat you right Ipy the f this you HIGHEST MARKET PRICE forFU1SVRingphone363 tt M WIDE Q RIMO it t JJ 10- f EVe 1 T j Mens Shirts New Fall Shirts 50 and 75c values Sale Price 45c 125 new fall Shirts Sale Price 98c Mens Heavy Underwear Now the to lay in your supply of winter Underwear Just come and see what fine values we offer at 39c than pair during I1 I iiIHI l Green Tagd d i l yr t is HoseI Dont fail to attend Great Reducing Sale means cash saving you RICHMOND Green Ta NClothing Salein two weeks You no doubt have attended sales galore but when it comes legitimate merchandising nothing ever hap pened in Richmond that borders on the magnitude of the showing of Strictly High Grade Hand Tailored Suits and Overcoats that will be upon the market in this sale We challenge competition in any part of Kentucky on the values We show everything newfashionable styles and exclusive fashions Specializing Suits for Men at 1248We are going to make very novel proposition and if we not have confidence in these suits we could afford to suggest such thing Go to any store in Richmond and ask to see the suits they sell for 18 examine the garments carefully take your time about itinspect fabrics the way they are made up seams look at the button holes and linings then come to our store and compare what you see elsewhere with these 1248 suits and we will prove to your entire satisfaction that we can 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 priceu 1248 The windproof rainproof and snow proof Over coat is the latest work in utility practicability and styling It is your coat if you want it and at price will make you say yes when you see the Tag price and 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 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 sale price 1248 2000 Overcoats sale price 1498 2500 Overcoatt sale price 1998 r 500 Pairs Mens Socks Black and colors known as Iron Sox wear like iron never sold for less 25c Our price I this sale to I rorj this Stock it a great to to thrown a did not a the the the save a that I shortest t lac i Big Bargains in Mens Pants Wo have secured lot of drummers Sample Pants which we offer during this sale at an unheard of low price as well as we offer oar regular stock of French Worsteds Cashmeres and fancyneal patterns Wo are going to put them in at prices that will insure a speedy clearance All our 9155 and f150 values wJSule Priee998- All our 128 All our 174 All our 400 vatuesSatePrice 298 All our 500 values Sale Price 348 Take Advantage of this Great Sale Every suit shown by us in this Sale represents the leading styles made by one of the foremost manufauc turers in the United States Every suit is beautifully tailored and made in the very latest style with good linings and interlinings We are going to sell them at such prices that you can certainly afford to buy two suits and anticipate for the future Just look at the wonderful reductions we are making on these suits All S 750 values Sale Price 498 All 1000 values Sale Price 798 ill 1250 values Sale Price 998 All 1500 values Sale Price 1248 All 1800 and 2000 value Sale Price 1498 All Others Reduced in IWe For Cash I Sale Begins Saturday November 19 Closes Saturday December 3 Emperor clothing Mens Overcoats Raincoats toth 200value8SaJePrice Proportion Only thrO 250valuHSAJePrtce 4 ciFurnishings Hats worth 125 to SUO for LlL 08o7 Odd size Hats worth from 50c to G5c for 25c 75c Mens Outing Night Shirts at 4Sc 9100 leas Outing Nisht Shirts atIi 79a Sl25 Mens Outing Xight Skirts at DS- eSpUadkl line of Negligee Shirts just the thing for winter wear values up to 75c sale price 45o In Neekwearwe carry all the most stylish things FourInhands all the Hew shades very popular This K w k complete and worthy ef yeur aUeatmi lOe 15e and 1iO 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 998 Boys 1000 Suits for r 748 Boys 750 Suits for 598 Boys 500 Suits for 398 Boys 350 Suits for 248 Boys 250 Suits for 198 Boys 200 Suits for 148 Boys 150 Suits for 98 pont Fail to Attend This Great Sale Store closed Friday Nov 18th to make preparations and mark down prices for this Great Bargain Sale Hurry I Hurry Hurry This sale is going fo comme nee Tell your friends This the great est sale we have ever conducted Every article in our immense stock is marked down to make a quick sale We Sell For Gash Only k RESPECTFULLY SUBMITTED TO THE GASH TRADE ONLY Er ELDEr Boys Overcoats We bought 50 Boys Overcoats sizes ranging 4 to 8 years These are sample coats and are actually worth ourICollars Suspenders Gloves I and Overalls all at greatly reduced prices DATENov n 3I f KENTUCKY ID t iIt P Eight PagescTcxfay g i a o c u- RI7 i- u 7thYEAR MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 30 1910 NUMBER 26 WALL PAPER QrTilE RICHMOND CLIMAX fU1D 1 Best of Feed for the Horse I IC Burnside hanger whom you ex pect much speed surely in order See that his table good yours by buying his grain oats corn etc from Robinson rCoal Lime Salt Cement Sand and Plaster Material Office and Warehouse on L N R R PHONE 142 RICHMOND 0 Let The Climax Do Your Job Printing Im Convinced You Give Every Man a Deal The above compliment was paid us by a satisfied customer hence dont you believe there must others of the same opinion jjfr a town of less than four hundred peo pIe with fierce competion on sides we have in eight years built a Banking busi ness of over 12500000 Resources Peo lesBaDk of taint Lick Ky E L Woods Pres W C Fish VPres W G Kemper Cashier O N Terrill Asst Cashier We1i May Mnton Patterns10c ThetRight Way to get good work is- o buy your paper from an up to dateline and an uptodare per of so as to strengthand is is as as Square be jln all p up get Prosperity Signs of Material and Relig ious Advancement Seen in Kentucky Mountains IMany signs of material and religious growth in the Kentucky mountains are reported by Dr George A Joplin of Louisville wellknown in Richmond secretary of the Kentucky Sundayschool Association who has just returned from a two weeks trip through the mountain districts following an absence of five years from that part of the stale- Secretary Joplin rode a score of miles from Hagar Vato Harlan Ky on mule back and walked the same on the return trip from Har lan to Hagan during his tour of evangelization He ad dressed Sundayschool con ventions in Harlan Bar bourville and London andat rallies in Middlesboro and Pineville and delivered fourteen addresses on Sunday school topics in Harlan county I sew many things of wonderful progress in the mountain towns and cities said Dr Joplin At Lon don they have two new Methodist churches anda new Christian church A stone Federal building is be ing erected at London and a dormitory at the Sue Bennett Memorial College with ac commodations for 100 girls All of these are beautiful new buildiugs that would be a credit to any town in the State Barbourville is remodeling its courthouse covering it with some handsome con Phoae 412 w P BAXTER crete work and a new hotel is going up as well as several handsome business blocks that any town could be proud of At Union College in Barbourville a new boys dormitory has been erected making three fine college buildings Like the Sue Bennett Memorial College at London this institution is also doing a fine work At Middlesboro 40000 Elks Home is being erected and I suppose it is as fine as any in the state outside of Louis villeThe ministers are backing up Sundayschool work in the mountains in a way that makes for success In Har lan county alone we have forty schools Everywhere efficient county officers have been elected and the graded lessons are proving a great help to Sundayschoolwork in the mountains Richmond Will do Her Best in Distribut ing Red Cross Seals Kentucky Busy Over one hundred towns in Kentucky have already taken up the sale of the Red Cross Christmas Seals More of them fighthevery day It is aimed to place the little Seals on sale in every city and town of one hundred inhabitants and over 1000000 for the prevention of Tuberculosis in Kentucky this year is the Slogan Everybody is helping no body gets any profit for sell ing the little Seals They are doing it to help along the good cause The National Red Cross gets 12 12 per cent for furnishing the Seals and the great quantities of advertising matter The rest will be used to fight consumption in every county and village in Kentucky Every citizen in the State willl be benefited therefore everybody should help by purchasing the pretty little SealsFew Kentuckians know know that there are 20000 cases of consumption in our State That consumption is infectious and is not inherit ed That consumption can be cured if taken in the early stage but not with patent medicines That consumption can be stamped out so that it will be as little known as Yellow Fever or Small Pox is today That 6541 persons died in Kentucky last year from consumption and as many will die this and the next and every other year unless we stop it The money received from the Red Cross Christmas Seals will make it possible for the State Association to carry out its program of lectures and Health Exhibits showing the people of Kentucky how to protect themselves against Tuberculosis by pre venting its speed Everybody can help by buying the Red Cross Christmas Seals Write to the Secretary of the Kentucky Association for the Study and Prevention of Tuberculosis Eugene Ker ner 215 East Walnut street Louisville Kentucky Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets do not sicken or gripe and may be taken with perfect safety by the most delicate woman or the youngest child The old and feeble will also find them a most suitable remedy for aiding and strengthening their weakened digestion and for regulating the bowels For sale by all dealers nlm ti Ijam of IJ r I am to Cham Cough as the bes know of and safest f coughs colds and trouble writes Mrs L B Arnold of Denver Colo Wo have used it and it has never failed to give relief For sale by all dealers nlm The ladies of the Church will hold their Bazaar at the Masonic on Dec 10 will be served at noon nGt I do not believe there is any other so good for cough as Chamberlains Cough writes Mrs Turpin City Ore This is also for colds and croup For sale by all dealers nlm Wrong Way is to a lot of old stock and get anybody to hang it tor you Phone Section We Retire Go Carts We Sell Liquid Veneer One reason wIlY you will find the most bed ill the II j F1RtI MATTRESS Iis that the natural springiness the cotton is times by the Special Web Process ofmaking the felt layers We will explain this to you more fully when you call Sixty Nights Free Trial b 1050 1350 1600 and 2250 A g- OldhamS LackeyUndertaking Specialty pleased recommend berlains Remedy thing remedy bronchial repeatedly Baptist Temple Saturday Lunch medicine whooping Remedy Junction remedy unsurpassed The buy FOR SALE BY A DOBROWSKY FIRST STREET DD 11 ILl IuniEnHiriHtunLirtJEmGIurnnLuI o rm El PROCLAMATION 8 0- DDDDDODDDDDDDDDDODDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDODD iiiIcJI r x 2 r WALL PAPER lluxUlrius magnifiedmany = w I r Dav Telephone 76 Night Telephone 136 229 w s O R O L Two Good Things= OUR COAL YOUR MONE- YLets Swap L JR IBlaiitoiiTELEPHONE 85 We Sell May Manton Patterns IOc Each This has been an exceedingly good business year with us The people of Madison county have been verywith their patronage during the past twelve months That we may not seem un grateful for your patronage it gives us great pleasure to proclaim our thanks to each and every one of i you purchasers at the Hustling Cash Store You are earnestly invited to make this store your place v i for buying and we pronounce that in every possible way you will be pleased i1h 5 Very respectfully Hamilton Bros r if l ai r1rlJ11r71rlf7J i y j r ot N y Woe Are Showing the Greatest Une of Ladies Tailored Suits tlAustr in tely at Prices from 1000 to I 2500tt jgf f far values not excelled elsewhere for 1500 to 35000 Ladies Misses and Childrens Cloaks the latest in style and prices within reachof IIkS J mt p i f iif j t Wi Clothing and Overcoats for Men Boys and Children I c 7 lOur Suitsffered We can supply your wants xn ev Ythin gin up 7 to date furnishings for ladies and gents High Quality and Low Rices Give san opportunity wewilrphase you vc t t Harriiltoit BrothersCorner First Main 5 f I- P J Richnfohd Kentucky 1 1 i NJ ii Ilki i 7 r tJ i i 2 1 fi i at 1 14r IItr n1 F rii L ZSl A 1 I A Dainty Dressing Case isa necessity for the dainty woman No- L other article of furniture appears to her more strongly We are making a special display of these articles this week and we want you to see it Note the good big mirrors the commodious drawers the completeness of their conveniences And finally note how moder j ately even the most elabratecase is priced BENNEiTahdHIGGINS- jt 1IUNDERTAKING Tell Central to Give You 110 when you need a fresh supply of coaL Down will go your order on our order book and quickly as possible the coal will bo at your door Good Clean Coal ff Telephone 110 J tI The Red Ash Jellico We have tho exclusive sale A trial order will convince you that outs is a little better than you have been petting elsewhere and our prices ate no higher possibly less Full Weigh or Coal Forfeited WWBroaddusCo Orchard Street Lime Cement Etc Masonic Richmond Chapter conferred the Wark Master Past Master and Most Ex cellent Master last evening and will con finue the work this evening Storm Doors Another improvement tojthe Glyndon hotel is uptcdato storm doors which will keep all tho stem heat iriiido this winter during tho xush of tho traveling public Notice I will stand my Silver Creek Red Boar III hog at my homeon Big Hill avenue at k 8100 Money duo when service Is ren dered I have for sale some nice shoats large enough for service W B Turloy n95m Big fill Ave At Newby Frederick Farris has been appointed postmaster at Newby this county to succeed J S Stapp Mr Farris pur chased the general merchandise store from Mr Stapp sometime ago and tho postofflco was transferred with the dent Holiday The Caldwell High School and jMadl son Female Institute declared a week end holiday for tim Thanksgiving but the Normal School and the Model School celebrated only one day The Normal and the Model dismiss on Mondays in stead of Saturdays which accounts for their short vacation for the Thanks giving All Kinds of Good CoalBlack Goal Round Coal Large Coal Hot Coal r COOl that makes no clinkers and but little hThats the kind you want ana the kind we want to sell you Why buy poor clinkering slow burning coal when you can get the best such as REXT Red Ash Jellico and Kens e Sellioo Ask about t1Im Try them and you have then beet notified that we sell thm and thisres no better Satis faction guaranteed WlttnUGUHY r- u z SON CoaIHaYt Corn patst1Ww Shingles A5PKN AVENUE Pbc sa I Throughout tho state tho Gov Mc Creary cigar is becoming immensly popular They have such a peculiarly delicious flavor If yon aro not smoking them begin now The largest shipment of buMcr over sent from Harrodsburg was mado last Thursday by W N Brown our hustling country produce dealor There were 32 barrels containing 8000 lbs and it was consigned to New York parties Its valuo was 1000 Harrodsburg Herald Smoke Cuban Club JOeI Cuban Star The Ladies of the Baptist church illbold their bazar on Saturday December 10th in tho Masonic Temple There will bo tables of fancy work for tho baby household purposes novelties cooked and uncooked eatables At noon they will servo oyster soup celery salad ham biscuit and hot coffee 2t For Sale Nice residence on corner Fifth and North streets Apply tf D M STEVENSON For Sale A Waltham watch excellent time piece jeweled movement Will sell for 8500 if taken at once Apply at this office New Postmaster Samuel O Griggs has been appointed postmaster at D ylesville this county in tho place of IL P Dykes who res- Igned On Tomorrow The first of December tomorrow is the beginning of the penalty which goes on all unpaid county tax Many hustled in today and got their receipt in order to escape the punishment In addition to the penalty 0 per cent annum is added Broke Down Dr Bert Gibson with a party of friends had a mishap while enrouto to the foot ball gamo at Lexington Thanksgiving Tho machine got out of whack and they were forced to ask aid from Mr George Phelps who towed them iu to a Lexington garage They arrived barely in time for the game New Stand J R Parks has disposed of his grocery and meat market on Second streetto Mn Writ Jennings and will move to the stand at the corner of liaBle Irvine mid Orange streets where Mr Everett Berry has been located for sometime Mr Jennings will enlarge tho meet market on Second street and also put in a stock of fresh groceries Moores Won Mr Willis Moores of the Climax force was ono of the few successful winners in tho Whoso Who contest conducted by The Register Mr Moores solved the advertising problems in very few minutes and was ono of the first to hand in his answer Ho isan unusually bright cool and calculating young business man possessing a Tjeen insight to difficult problems Big Number Jailer N B Jones is loaded down with prisoners at the county jail but they ar- eotallt county olfenders as ono may think Tho Government sent him twen ty sojvcn of these as the result of tho re cont session of the Federal court hero and they w Ube with him for several weeks yet In all the number Is just fifty and a crowded house there Is although not uncomfortably so as the jailer makes room for all who come In Time The rain that made its appearance Saturday evening came as a great hone factor to all The tobacco carl now be stripped and easily handled and prepared for the market The ground has beea soaked sufficiently to last throughout the winter M addition to the snows that arc expected soon The hunting seasoe is made all the more perfect as the dogs can easily fid the birds The predic tions are for colder weather from sow ou At their Oa next Sua4ay Rev G S Birkhead of Lexinfflon will occupy the ptflpU a4 the Bethel Christian church begMmH at 339 p m The pastor Key Foeter will eocapy tile pulpit on tkTbW rWlVthen will be preacbks at If 3C a with Bible school at 239 p iiMtd pce chtf at 330 On Satur Aaf boe ttw Third Sunday there will eprhi8 at 300pJftTbere will M no niP awrviees in lie evniaff dir- Mostlia s WikhforIL v Ib ft wbrl Mi4i ot iZe qtuMx Prof 8 ifcb ofthe S9bsstiS favutmtHl ai ifc Hormal a boolha an Mteiutiv iI n App row iImXinuo- kyidlit1delIir ofita paj ei tteU wryfanow teMadhKW gi a00ifi rticpft iXIiCl aro worth bnnlred of Collars to the farming eommuutty of the ltate and farmers of this county are iadtoed forinonle to get this series Of Article on frail growitig by Prof Smith l IteKttnber the article will appear next l M hCOl1nty CJeal1edOpWiUlberEntrieS at the NaUpnal Fox Meet at Cmltown That Mdisoa county has the swiftest fox dogs in the eotmtry was plainly demonstrated last week when the judges in the Natwaal Fox Hunters run at Crab Orchard made their decisions in tho different events In fact the decision in the principal events was so plain that the judges were not needed to mako tho rewards for Mr Joptha Chenaults fast little dog Callie showed her heels to entries from all over tho tho high price kennels of tho East and South there were entries and in the all ago stake which isthp most important run this little dog made all the running Tho second to Gallic was Lou an other Madison county dog which was bred and raised by Thomas Williams of Foxtown but recently sold her to CoL Roger Williams of Lexington There were thirty Madison county dogs enter ed and all but four were given con sideration by tho judges Mr Chchault had a pup of Callies which ran in tho pup stakes and secured a good position although just failed to get inside tho prize He will get two beautiful cups as prizes ono for the all age stake and one for speed and driving They are grand trophies and coveted by every hunter in tho country In the election of officers Mr John BParks of Madison was elected vice president and Mr Chenault a director Mr Alex Parrish sold two very fine dogs as a result of their show ing in several races although they didnt get inside the money For a pup elcgiblo to tho Derby he got 75 and for an aged dogho secured a fancy price The fine saddle mare belonging to Mr Earlio Curtis was awarded the jumping honors This was her first attempt at following the hounds and for n while she disliked tho idea of taking the fences but toward tho close she mtdistanccdall tho crack jumpers and was always in at the finish Shown rodo in nearly all tho runs by W T Woodward Jr tho well known ayctto county horseman Madison county has been known for ages as a great county for fine fox dogs although just over tho lino in Garrard there is tho famous Walker Brothers strait which has electrified all the great Kennels of tho country in speed and endurance contests Most of tho Madison county dogs aro of this strain There is no fox hunting family out side of tho Walkers of Garrard and the Triggs of Barren that is more widely known as tho Maupins of Madison For years nearly every Pesidonl that bore this name in this county had a pack of fox dogs and they were as good- as could be Mr Jeplha Chenault was offered big price for his all ago winner but re used Col Harris Crook and Mr Brack Maupin were old timers at tho meet and entertained tho crowd with stories of former runs So grand was the entertainment at tho hotel by Host Willis and his wife and so fine is tho country round about Crab Orchard for fox hunting that a suggestion was made and warmly applauded to make this tho regular mcoing place each ear This question will ibo taken up later by the board of directors Madison county hunters who attended and entered their dogs wore Jeptha 3henault Joe Smith Harris Crooks Jrack Maupin John B Parks Alex Parrish Tom Baxter Wm Burgess James Kanetza and two or three others whoso names could not be learned Baptist Ladies Bazarr Decem- berS 10th Baptist Ladies Bazar Decomb r 10th Fancy work of all kinds Baby table and dressed dolls and will servo the following lunch Oyster soup ham chicken salad and coffeo2t The Cause The Climax learned thisweck from Mr John Wagers the well posted stockman frat the reason for thedownward course of tho hog market was the cheapness of corn logo cant remain above tho So mark with 200 corn said Mr Wagers and cattlo will bo down for many mouths for exacUythesamo reason Mr Wagers thinks that there will be a decrease in farming land if the prices of farm products continue to go down To Louisville Grandmaster bf Kentucky Masons Robert It Burnam of this city was in Louisville Thanksgiving official busi ness where he visited several of the lodges of tho Falls City The Times says Grand Master Robt Burnam of Richmond visited tho three following Masonic lodges of Louisville Wednesday night Ml Zion Lodge 3o147 Kilwinr ning Lodge and Aurora Lodge No 633 Auroa Lodge put on tho Master Masons degree in German for the benefit of the vjsitors and the work was thoroughly enjoY dby Mr Burnam Building Dedicated One of tho largest audiences that over attended a public speaking in Versailles was present at the dedication services of tho new government build ing which were held at the courthouse last Tuesday afternoon liOn J O S Blackburn oWoodrordawlHIJlW Kimball of Lexln toa were the principal speakers of the oeeasjoa but Hon H A Schoberth Dr G EL Rout Judge Edward Mulcahy Hoc W 0 Davis Judge Robert L Stout Post- Master J W Berry B and Hon narl Thornton all made etequent addresses praising Hon J 9s k- bUNKft lIoo W P Kimball for the good work done lot the cRiiwss of Versailles and Woodfowl eewnty by obtaialag for them the han fce e gevera meat BuiMing which tbev aw poiOs frankfort SUfferedn ThfctlbtnrprMeltMiv oCtJie Frankfort base bell leb wscjHftwnl at the making the Uhe Grass iMftgue ia Park bis week doMKO a tXat PraBkftwtTwli not hey a aMd- 1rk th5ffj2 hse at k U 1tIf wight Baajwilrtfrraaktect News Ho eteb fcwi bat yer ad naft KiiMjri The part MMpn MM psydiu eionL the uwy 1I1Sua4au tour MM who ftaiaoed the olab ou IIt4T- bobhundred doUat that cUM iiopSlfor with epreiIiI Mktrin and 9spen es is for the club here to come put even on season provided rains do not iotwfere with uaay Soaday gauss With thfrcoBditiori stricf ih fact in Ow face it is a hard matter to ft any IpOB to undertake to pilot a teMt and pNktt Ih IOMM f s Sates Today An abundance of tobacco is expected 000tlle local brakes this k awl auction galecare advertised for today It k likely that sales will be held dally from now until tkseson closes as the wet weather has made a good seasoa for tks strippers and the weed can be placed en tfe market in fine eoaaitioa Locates Here Mr II L French who has recently been appointed postmaster inspector for Uncle Sam in Kentucky has opened headquarters in the Federal building hero Mr French was for eight years a clerk in tho postoflico at Lima Ohio and was only recently appointed to the office of inspector This Is his first assignment His homo is in Lima To Winchester The many friends in Madison of Dr John A Snowden yillregret to learn that he is to leave Paint Lick and locate in Winchester Ho will arrive in his new homo this week The Doctor orders The Climax sent to him at Win chester saying that ho could not leave this section unless he know Madison countysleading newspaper could follow lie hasbeen a resident of Paint Lick for many years practicing his profession in that locality Big Bag Messrs Harry BUinton aiJiT Harvey Chonaulti of this county Harry Francis of Garrard and Quincy Ward of Bourbon probably brought back the largest bag of game that has been reported in this section ot the stale They hunted in Laurel county where they go each year and claim that tho sport was as good as it could be They bagged near ly four hundred quail Mr Quincy Ward is ono of the few crack trapshots that can get more than his sharo in tho field Generally a good shot at clay pigeons is not a good field shot Mr Ward seldom misses LOST Cravarict Overcoat between Moberly and Waco Return to M Widcs Harber Called In Mr Overton Harbor who has traveled for the Indian Refining Company for sovera monlhs through tho mountains of Kentucky has been assigned as Man ager of the local office to succeed Mr T Embry Deatherago vhoAvill sever his connection with tho company today Mr Deatherago will enter another line of business Mr Harbor was formerly in charge of the local ollico Tho Indian people will mako some improvements beginning tomorrow and will make an extra effort to get its sharo of the public patronage It will install another wagon and take in more territory Mr Har bers successor to the traveling position has not yet been appointed The Best Way The best way to meet the competition of cheap merchandise is not to sell something cheaper but sell something better at the same price We have plenty of goods and dont charge more than they are worth we want your patronage but want to sell you satisfactory materials During December wo will endeavor to reduce our stocks and will offer plenty of bargains itt all departments Especialattention viH bo given on Ladies Suits and Coat Department and wo will be able to make prices that will suprise you Also Mens Suits and Overcoatswill be offered at prices far below the real value See them Very Respectively Hamilton Brothers A Compliment The Lexington Leader has thofbllow ing concerning Jerry JI Powell who was examined for admission to tho bar at Lexington last week Jerry II Powell of Madison county presented himself for examination for law license in Circuit Court Monday morning and was examined by Judge Walts Parker Major D G Falconer and Maury Kemper and passed a most creditable examination and was admitted to practice aud was sworn as a member of the bar of this State Mr Powell graduated at Ann Arbor recently and one of his examiners paid him the compliment of saying that ho passed one of the best examinations of any student that he had yet heard in an oLminnbonr Ask for a Qov McCroary cigar Made in an independent factory and with honcstgoods Its fine Only a nickel Farmers Building The farmers of Madison county are busy with new buildingsof every kind according to tho carpenters in fact this fall thero has beohan usual amount of work along this line Mr A M Venei able the noted builderof Kingston was in the city last week and says ho has been forced to turn down a dozen offers on account of the rush 1IohailappU barnsI lroIor in this section of tho country j as ho has been working constantly at it for the past forty five years Thirty live years ago ho moved froni Virginia to Madison county located at Kingston where ho has resided over since Although past seventy ho climbs around over the skolton frame of a building with the agilty of a man of thirty The Judge WasvThefe Judge IL C Rice says the Fww eapitol building at foankforl is the kan4 est hingof the kind he has ever icon lie- IiS there last weuk for a lay having gone down from Lexington just to visit the aewstritcttire anti Us departments Judge fa an iexcellcnt critic and made a close examination 6f the baiWing ne kUp Visited the IlaggiB frna Jfilmerxiorf Rear Lexington nttwWi shown thrUf h the Killtoadoikr dairy lIe says t4wfe ltohingtlican eoae witk it in this ceuniry JLtLhge TUc k different from o t 1menfwfceJ go w y from lions and visit gretit pUcsJjof jaterest On his return be en jell otjiJ pineec ke vislUd and the thio 1withsuch abrigsdiniath4tkct tnst hi frlecdaregkth ef4pyraMto of the trip at horn Tis Lejrwjton f d r anfl Jude H 0 Rme of RICh aced IuoBiOt that city Md BOW a Wdinf iirir jet ta M dK 1OIl county bar hat bfw xmadioz the wMk wlthhis brot tieri lAw L if ggnersl agent Wwiiw tw1vyars Polio FoOrr1 n nd D9beitM or Joiigt ever occupied buci tIre Dont fail to attend the fur opening at Mc Kees Monday and Tues day Dee 5 and 6 t DONT PUT OFF BUYING YOUR WI1TER SUIT AND OVERCOATI- fs i 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 ifs very best crowded to the limit with fine winter garments a month later assortments will be broken and the choicest styles soldoutand two months from now the stock will be a complete wreck the best all gone andonly the less desirable things left for late buyers l We still pin our faith to Kenton Clothing it keeps old customers and brings usnew Kenton Clothing will Fit and Wear and Satisfy you better than any other r HATSii r We buyhats in large lots direct from manufacturers instead of from jobbers or middlemen as stores must do who buy in a small way This gives us better hats as yen as the styles while new No store can beat us on hats Try us PricesSltoS5aps in Great Variety of J are worn more than in are on fit with ease are used in all easy lasts with or the arch and to 250 to 300 Cd Socks 6 Cents blue or brown mixed sox regu cent quality 6 cents a pair The reason is that we buy in 100 direct from the manufacturer and cut out thejobber All of fine cotton wool t T It is us our of i all on one it ofwe can is to be H up us I Championship of University StatoIfor the ball season at day a that of to bo as Well asth l Centre A ofRvelimoftd were there and all 1K the O U team The day was an ideal one and tile was a throughout was as the all but Ike State put up a than was and it took all tM lads had in ttf ih tw o The vi t Wi wil by re j hir a tbusedrOO4eII- Oc9rL A = jt= to from ih Thabk4n has for past six years Urn the eC Uni nndivptttod of Uw u they mat and dtbSn the- asoaandVanaibftt baa lo meet ihemon irbo w r f to lit down to the Thanksgiving Manager Corxelms for his at the Glyndon are loud in their of the Not a thin U the lag table was sad it was in The M enu with the in UIntry ever- ydyinthsyesr Let Us Fit You In A Kenton Suit Kenton provide suits in models to of every shape and build We show all models in every size and we also keep a competent tailor in our own shop to make alterations when necessary It Is The Fixed Policy This 5tore policyif1250 1 500 1 650 1800 2OOO 22502500Other Good Suits KENTON OVERCOATSTheres fit style and good looks in Kenton Overcoats and Raincoatsthey wear and retain their shape Let us show you shades of Tans and Grays and Browns in a wealth of beautiful patterns stylesand every coat guar to give satisfactory Kenton Overcoats and Raincoats 1500 1650 1800 2000 2250 and 2500 Other Good oats S1000 and 1250 Work PantsWe make a specialty strong durable Work Pants Jeans and Corduroys and Easy to find you in our assortment Prices L25 J40 150 200 250 300 WJlLK OVER SHOE WalkOver Shoes by any other shoes the world The reasons are They made scientific principles and marvelous and comfort only select leathers and theYwear better shoes They come shapes and styles Broad low heels snappy high suit the younger men Price 350and 400 Other Good Shoes Heavy latten only dozen lots kinds and socks tJto beat 6 Pair Regular ten quality as in We In one hundred and our customers we It us Our Store Greatly Improved We have devoted time this summer and fall to improv our store now the brightest and lighted ini Richmond Let you new Revolving Clothing Cabinets and best method handlirg clothing They keeitlie garments and and save and in showing goods keeping stock By tlought us goods named without price at faUas as Central Takes Southin Central defeated College Slato tl1o09t Thanksgiving 12t06 numbered about cigh pepfilc OldC8llr ofO joined rooiig fot game fierce Central picked winners aggregation expected them make interele cute powtaateng This Tale Harvard ctMtmpMoa Btegant elegant Tlinksgiv fulUew style compares fit men these Of stand hard and extra good what want men heels r Jn a gf foot ball at Ihe by the score of 5 to L Both were and a stub born was Iho 0 and Link did the best work for Ends and did the star work made a run for a after the ball by apunt Dovore oh two by work the the pass for long the team to find runs We load or cat load lei Co 2t to the was anti U is J bj b M werti a tee wis thi gift eoa M d jit JiiMe nd dI and It is Lha tbe hitt1 oil the ftrrt te iv means B it t o the iV a Uw of the and only of so hat been The and feel of such an and date The of the In are to every who so emem day No We a to for to best a cent other buy dozen give what save trade with much best store show Glass the latest fresh clean much time labor game Wednesday IlighSchool teams Barbe- eIouglssG Thompson Paris Bchlegol fprlUchmond yard touchdown while occasions lopt fromscoring Paris successfully might waBtyeurveornm Phoneys Aecoedhg 1s- trih4y tkIeaAthe PsltjelAl Ciyrssary hfttthe EUi- bii1berl4 coplQ1tt Frogs uotU IttjpijWJiy replying hondlUIpie1 iDdloa beiatih1 hitCbeia inWna tichilll arid MweXrjMul remodelling building words praiavwen yrreat improvement Uivhhaond upto Aiseeiatkin berwi cfE stores Plush Underwear reasonable BOOTS BOOTEES and TOP SHOES Quality count for winter select the The Old Boots New Style Bootees Lace Boots Top Shoes priced enough insure the quality not higher Cotton Gloves c5ts Rubber Felt and Overshoes Band FOR BOYSof everything for boysSuits Overcoats Caps Underwear Gloves selected the great est care We to to Boys Clothing be superior to goods for our entire the one of mens and f We Sell Everything Worn Man or Boy nfi concentrate time and this line businessand you agree that reason that you better than scatter their efforts over many WE SELL ONE TO Our price that jew the and then little possible The saves time and you moneythe only honest to sell the only way and try usICOVINGTONCzttdell Old the the Great before crowd thousand Every alumni seicd large crowi people contest aloflg stilfst fight toucbdowns ryWM Pea iciD M- DVilihoioYiI4Sd kW LNooniert wrtith TkHi inko Centrsl ikfSnaUi refused BMAnlfrouiMl Those ortaoat enough dnner which guests praise sumptuous repast suitable served hotels designers 1000 the anteed Cassimers Kerseys warm big thanother lots lug and hotly contested Pioneer park afternoon Caldwell defeated Paris High school evenly matched contest result Chisholm individual Guinborl Vaughn Gumbert forty getting brilliant Isilors worked forward gains wbile Caldwell resorted 1cksuul wagon IlIantoikConglctoxl Lumber Donation Day jwiaual custom gmatiyIn earlj nht efmak which pHmswtis houbEiIld icben furniture W iithJOf berhig wtiob ltbeUbitypantry Children maeiia ItafeabouteornpletedLriMMltY througJr highest howl Madison county should proud indeed attractive hospital Ladies flrmarr deeply grateful person kindly tkshponinatwu HIGH where does than foot these view long and warm dry wearer Fashioned and just high cent sold stores Best Hats Boots Shoes wish that found that sold dry stores reason that devote wear serve that lines ALL Stores start way way safe buy present spread miavlnc new Dovoro d Several young Temperance of the Normal School have decided to speak at the court house on Saturday December 10th in defense of this great question and a looking up facts and gelling the statistics together to make convincing arguments The young orators are ambitious to go on the platform there is considerable ability them Those will speak on tho above date are Paul Lultrcil D M Amburgey Frank M Carter G M Moore Mr Akin and Basil II Claxon They aro said to be unusually brightaodforcefuI speakers Two Great at The Christian Church On Wednesday evening Nov 3Qtb R P pf St Louis Mo and iiov W K Frazee Of Lpuwyjlle will deliver addresses at the Chrietttik ChurCh on Pdemsot the Sunday holit TiiWj Tkese wen are speewlisls kV Ihis lioe of work and fcHv ceaTy asd e a tour of mtmy 1 institutes ned grt gatherittfsiwMweww1 they I We hope nfl k jn ildyboo1 w rlrIU be rOiijrrwrJv eln ie i chaha PaulcC thi Xiisiotiry Treuiin 9obo01 Indlanap- oI Ind Hbs prasot- the a84f r on Some i o- Jb PNbJq hl Ra serviowW tb ldoIMM rtn l to this oooetry a tkr i iftr haylag aIirspt suc e unb d to a virulent attoek of muM lmbaIcountry Paul is a worMlraveier and hM etadMt the Conditions of various countries at firai handTllia will b9 an inspiring and profitable addrvw all esa n are cordially invited A freewill offering will be taken Both totsMVtcm wiU tafia at 7JO f UnderwearWarm 78c Suit the same that many sell at 100 Large stocks of fine Derby Ribbed Silk Camels Hair and Woolen at prices Union Suits also more in wear goods with service and feet Best High but paysto Boots Boots Largest stock in Madison county Headquarters for Ball and other good brandsonly the best are good enough etcall with say mothers our will in Fit Style and Quality in the we attention to subject boys nothing else We our of will with stands to stores AT PRICE lowest waiting jewed One Price to Come Contest Central lame and wear Collins intLuUnas t1 and orators edaiir and among who Services Shepherd wr Hr Eb and BANKS 1Lexington Opera House One of tho biggest and best musical comedies that has over been seen in Lexington will bo presented at the Lexington Opera House Monday and Tuesday and Tuesday matinee Dec 5th and 6th tho atmospheric musical play The Girl ot my Dreams The Company numbers nearly one hundred people with a special augmented orchestra and two carloads of magnifi cent scenery effects Tho Girl of my Dreams is a clean and amusing musi cat comedy containing real humor and furnishing a great diversity of entertainment John Hyams and Leila Me Intyreraro the bright parlicularsstars of an exceptionally clover east Orders sent to Manager Scott for seats will re ceive prompt attention Tho sale of seats will open Friday Dec 2nd Orders should reach him before that time T E BaUwin weighed up to Sim Veil this week 85 exporters which were soW seme time ago at 14 and 012 He hassold about 175 to Well At these figures this fall Vv e Must Hustle Although the Blue Grass section of the state boasts of the richest soil in the world Pulaski county in the heart of the mountains comes to the front as the producer of corn at the rate of 121 but an acre and thereby establishing a record as the best corn producing county in the state This report has been re ceived by State Commissioner of agri culture Kankin and the corn was grown from seed furnished by him to the school children of the county for the corngrowing contest Tho mountain people of Kentucky aro beginning to see the need of making a very careful selec tion of heir seed corn in order to bring the best results and if corn can be grown on mountain land with the above result by selecting seed corn with scrutiny Madison coUnty should almost double Ibis yield If you have not decided to enter the corn contest given by Turley Evans do so today It will teach yon how to yield about 12 baafeels to the- acre d Badly Ruptured IIemensre and then delay to apply a truss till his case becomes serious If you husband dont take care of himself in this matter see to it that he avoids trouble later by advising him to Applya Truss Right Away We have everything in tie line rf trtese rUbber toqk lugs etc HL PERRYRHONE 75 MAIN SXJ V = r r r = JtT d l 1 r T 11 Qtferkki I i Underwear Keep Warm by getting one of those nice All 1ttT Wool Blankets at McKees Prices ranging from 498 to 1500 Be sure to see our beautiful line oft Comforts T for they are by no one jeither in quality or price Prices range 125 to 398 H sf OWEN McKEE E DRY GOODS COMPANY See OurI Bargain Counter The Richmond Climax IT t THE PRINTING CO Incorporated A D Miller Pres and Mgr Steve K Vaught Editor PRESS uxl FUBtlSlOS FPICE 100 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE WEDNESDAY NOV 30 1910 TILE Berea Citizen takes many lines to scoro parties who turned in a false firo alarm there Saturday It was doubtless some public spirited citizen who jus wanted to awaken the village from its lethargy and chose this as the quick est way PJIESIDEST TAFT had his Thanksgiving turkey presented to him by an admiring friend and he is making a salar of 50000 per year Poor Pres were so glad he didnt have to pay his own money It may have been a Madison county gobler for many hundred wer sent that way from our slaughter pen during this month TilE inhabitants of Wolfe county near Campton are stirred up over the recent discovery of what is thought to be the long lost Swift silver mine which disap reared about 150 years ago in the Ken tucky mountains It will no doubt turn out to be some long buried tin foil between the rocks HOT headed Southern papers and son o northern ones too are comparin the Carmack killing in Nashville cqua to tho CrippenElmore affair in London What foolish ideas personal feelings will arouse The Coopers may be guilty ir a certain degree but one who can mur den and then bury its victims remains s in quicklime should get tho guillotine ii TUE Jessamine sews is tho latestf hustling paper of the Eighth Congres slonal district to issue industrial cdi tions Tho capital of Jessamine is given a big boost in tho edition and the county in general Editor Spears is on to the job when anything like this is issued Of course we got one and its a beauty in every department tPoUce Judge Butler Southgatc of Lexington believes in the comforts of the outer man before the inner Sometime ago he ruled that barber shops were a necessity on Sunday and therefore shaving was legal on the Sabbath Wed nesday he ruled that grocery stores in ir Lexington cant keep open on Sunday as 5 f they are not a necessity even if a meat market is in connection The case will bo appealed at once OLD Man Grump has suddenly disap fr peared from the Cincinnati Enquirer- S and a valuable asset has been taken fe away If tho Katrcnjamer Kids disap y pear thousands of nickels will bo miss lug each week from the treasury of the SK paper Its surprising to know tho num- Lbort of adults that read these comical sheets every Sunday Uappy Holligan I of course is still popular EMrEHon WILLIAM of Germany has declared that Kings wore empowered rwith divine right and his nation has repudiated him This Monarch wants torule the world and his noodle has been twisted in that direction for a long uptime Like Alexander he seeks to con IlHr but hed bettor let England alone et hell have no country to rule The k peejale are beginning to rise up against ession in this broad world against TJijjMre in power and many Republics are as well as tho Monarchies Leo Tolstoy the great Russian dead but his wisdom will 1rwHy ages lie fought the battles of and tho common people his writings and made the world a constant reader of his works He was really the only great niM Russia can boast of and the stigma t 5roa that nation forever that it allowed i klm to bo persecuted for his fight against tfe vampires of the Royal family and t tfcelc henchmen His Rosurcction s I a master piece and has always taken iMgJi place among the brainiest of ihi n critics Other works have quJy so praised If you have ita4 from Count Tolstoy it is not bfaM aorks should be in every He with profound itM thai Shakespeare ha- dtith hypno jirfding public since Goethe fiflbe w3 of tho eighteenth con i L7 pissinced him the matcrpoct aanedupon all thinking peo it v5 jM trivial and immortal t tiakpee unworthy dgy6 Uctr eeUonlIewas Mdt Jlf4uarten tJaw attack Lb igtmortl bard i 4 COrWr ar ara c c ie ithe viwdicIe1haTdS Buy oe Vy Iimken t J Munsing 1 equaled CLIMAX New Styles in Persian Silks TInE State Insurance Commissione lias ordered the books of the Citizc Lifo Insurance Company of Louisvilli inspected Tho President of this con pany has been sued by the directors an there seems to be a crooked move someplace It is almost impossible now for one to know just what kind of an investment ho is making with insurance companies SHELBY county one of the richest of the Bluegrass fell down completely on the court house bond What can bo the matter with the people of such a wealthy county that they continue to bo satisfied with a shack forntempheofju- sicPERSONALS Miss Mary Sullivan has returned Iron a visit to friends in Lexington Mrs C V Scott of Louisville is vis ting her sister Mrs R E Million Mr and Mrs W C West of Silve Creek are visiting at Speedwell Mr Quincy Ward was hero last week for a visit to Mr Harvey Chenault Mr Newton S Million spent Thanks giving in Lexington with friends Mr Coleman Neff spent several day last week in Cincinnati on business Miss Margaret ODonnolI of Louis yule is the guest of Mrs John E Sex tonMiss Mattie Elder is at homo for a short vacation from tho Cincinnati College of Music Mrs Lou L Jackson of Irvine is her tho guest of her brother Hon G E Lilly and family Mrs R C Boggs is spending the week with Mr and Mrs Walker McKinney in Georgetown Mrs Mary Hicks and daughter Eliza both aro spending a few days in Cincinnati Miss Mary Miller has boon spending several days in the country with Mis Susan Doty- Professor and Mrs Russell Robinson spent the Thanksgiving holiday in Lexington Mr and Mrs Sam Ballard spent Thanksgiving with their son Mr Beds Ballard and wife at Corbin Mrs Elizabeth Crow and Miss Ruth Crow have been visiting Rev and Mrs I C Hunt at St Helens Mr Goo W Million who has been spending several weeks in St Louis and other cities has returned home Miss Minnie Ballard has accepted a position with Miss Hello Thompson a leading dressmaker at Corbin Mr and Mrs Samuel Hisle will leave oday for Auburndale Pla where they go to spend the winter months Mr Malcolm Miller of North Carolina was here this week with his mother Irs M M Miller on Main street Miss Tommio West who is teaching at Pinevillo spent Thanksgiving with her parents Mr andMrs W H West at Speedwell Mrs Lyon and little daughter of Ohio are guests of her sister Miss HaIl Superintendent of the Paltio A Clay Infirmary Engineer Roscoo Reeves the midget gripper of the throttle forthe L A vas off the last three days last week for a short vacation- Mr and Mrs Howard Kunkle of Iwcnsboro wore hero for tim Thanksgiving holidays thog 1stsofhisfather Mr John A Kunkl Mrs Laura Blanton entertained in her usual pleasant manner with a dinner party on last Saturday Covers weio aid for ten guests Mr W T Woodward Jr of Payette county is the guest of Mr Jeptha Clio vault and will take a bird hunt to the quail fields of Madison Rev J W Crates of Nicholasvillo occupied the pulpit at the Methodist church hero last Sunlay morning and Rev John Moss of Woodlawn preach cd at night Messrs John P Sexton Elmer Death rage Thomas Smith Thomas Reeves and Mr Levy of Now York motored to joxlngton for the foot ball game It is gratifying to her many friends to know that Miss Elizabeth Blanton who has been seriously i loC typhoid fever- improving and her condition is very ncouraging i Messrs Hugh Casslday of Crofton and Ben Cassiday of Louisville came omo Wednesday for a ishort stay With thrilr parents lresidootaad Yrs Cassi daof Madison Institute Mrs Robt R Humana entertained in most charming manner joa Saturday whha dinner party for MesteiMs Casfii day Crabbc White and XMMC jB fksy Moore Livingston and Mayo Miss Elizabeth Taylor SEeMti edi- of tho Courier Jofcra was h o to ejiil Thawksg ivmgwithw MJHtr i3r 1 XTtyter She Is wtAmg quil a ipuutkm w A iwnwOR ibk KJL4Lrdai4y UacJeh Jol1 Oc1df WCs wft ViQra r farcvt all about w Tbe m uj wfcw xcileilentWu vp M d jnrapad M high th byiasknypfr Mrs X011co New Castle are here at the bedside of their d ughtr Mrs J IV Cmttc who JMUi been quite ill at the Gibson IatolrJluryKrs- Crates brothers Robt Moss of Win chester and Rev John Mow of Wood lawn were hero last weck Messrs James Wagers Robt Thorpo and Jennings Maupin spent Thursday Fridayand Saturday in the Kentucky river cliff after quail They are among the very few local hunters that enjoy this rough shooting in cliffs and mountains President Cassiday of Madison Inst tulo lion Lewis Herrington and wif Mr Paul Burnam Mr William Smitl Mr Thomas Chenault wore among tbe Richmond people who witnessed the foot ball game in Lexington Thanks givingW West and wife have moved to Silver Creek where Mr West has a re mumcrativo position vilth tho L N railroad Mr David Shepherd of Rices Station succeeds Mr West as agent at Valley View Mr and Mrs V P Smith of Somerset Mr and Mrs Joe Oh ham this city Mr andMrslV P Williams and Mrs Thos Williams of Irvine are boinjr entertain ed by Mr and Mrs G B Williams at their elegant home west Irvine Dr and Mrs C H Taught entertain ed at dinner last Monday evening in honor of their visitor Dr Joseph Pficoof Philadelphia Their guests included Senator McCrcar and a number of tho physicians of RichmondMr Covington operator for the L A railroad at Panola and Miss Reno CoX of that section wcr married Thanksgiving at the home of tho brido The groom is a son of Mr Charles Covinglon of this city and is rising young railroad man Miss Mattie Pigg tho attractiv daughter of Mr and Mrs 0 H Pigg delightfully entertained Friday eve nini at her homo on N Second street the Senior Class of Caldwell High School The parlors wore beautifully decorated in ferns autumn leaves mistletoe and the school colors A most delightfu evening was spent by all present Cards are out announcing the mann ago of Miss Elizabeth Wall Allen of Millersburg to Mr J M Alverson oC Frankfort on Saturday Dec 3 at three p m Miss Allen is the youngest daugh ter of Mr J G Allen president of the Farmers Bank She is an accomplished young lady with a wide circle of friend in this and other states Mr William Evans who has been the Govorment service on the big Pan ama canal is at home for a six week vacation to his father Dr G W Evans Ho is much pleased with use position and has great things to say or this big undertaking by the United States There are many Kentucky boys h lding down responsible positions on tho big ditch besides Mr Evans Mr Cecil Simmons gave avery enjoy able hay ride Thanksgiving day com plimentary to several of his young friends The happy party drove to Boonesboro and Lock No 10 on Ken tucky river where a sumptuous spread was partaken of Tho day was an ideal one and the bracing air not at aU too chilly made tho outing all the more enjoyable The party was chaperone by Miss Greene of the Model school There wore twentytwo on the ride Mr Jennings Maupin was tho host last Monday evening at a quail supper at his home on Fourth street in honor of several of his close friends Cover were laid for twelve and those present were Judge W R Shackelford Judgi H C Rice County Clerk Terrell W 3 Oldham It D Tharpe Tevis Huguely A J Tribblo Judge Turpin James Wagers Joseph Shearer and Dave Powers The party disposed oC about two dozen fine quail A pretty home wedding in the country was solemnized last Wednesday the contracting parties being Mr John Me Chord Yates of this city and Miss Lillian Cox of Speedwoll Tho nuptials ook place at the home of the bride Rev McDouglo officiating The Cox home wasbcautifully decorated for the occasion The groom is with the Mason Hanger Co and is prominent oung business man well known and iked by all Ho is the son of Mr and Mrs Collins Yates of Kingston His trido is a charming young woman and very popular and isa daughter of Mr 1and Mrs J R Cox of the Speedwell ection They will go to housekeeping m Fourth street Miss Tulle Tribble was hostess of the tecilian Club last Wednesday afternoon at which time Modern German composers were studied Tho following ttractive program was rendered Roll Call Wizards of the piano Duet Valso Shubert Miss Tribblc Mrs Middelton La Gondola Hcnsclt Mrs Ansil D tiller Valsc Stunberg Mrs J R Johnson Tanzweiso Meyer Holmund Mrs 1 toy Chenault Paper Lelpsic Mrs G W Pickels Voice Amami Deuza Mrs H B llanger LoveongHenzelt Miss Julia lYhito Current Events Mrs TJ Smith The next mooting wllbo hOld with Mrs A R Burnam on December 14 The follQwing notes are from Mrs Daisy Fitzhugh Ayers Washington letter Misses Laura and Marie Smith Jicxingfon who have many friends in Washington aro hero for the winter tho guests of Mrs J D Graves on qurteenthstreet on the heights Mrs iraves of Fayctto and Jessamine coun ies moved to Washington in Soptem ber to take up her residence lleroShe- s a welcome acquisition to tho Ken icky colony Mrs hello Rods Mc owoll formerly of HichfflorRl Ky vho with her son John Harvey Me DoQlIhas an attractive home at 2124 street has as her guest her daughter Mrs Franklin M Hangar ofuStauntofr iYa Gen and Mrs Green Clay Goodloo rei4tivesEraA beautiful wedding was soleaize- dt the Pond Church on AVedMMky tM Jrd at3pffl when Mbs Mary Pieratt aUghlcr of Mr and Mrs ITT PJenttt aud MrBol aaS ToiWawlil Mewtf farmer of Madison were ttmiad lot the h oly bendsoimatrimooy jtip iv JB C teDoB te officiating Thw abfarett as- rtist1clly decorated with pwlai jiod aRafch65I1ii x TM be44 woes a b MMt Bl g8wnowhiteDcet wwr tita- nd a Jj aiirseboidal veil citf hi ap wM lilies o th vUley Suieosr4a bwwh CbS4e g roses The maid at hocor wi j Tittey Stmple of Hwwl Iree 1M bridee triaM biny VIM Mwy Td- i jt r ef tM frdom both vwri g JMM aadearryiDr bou tMU of rhiu n1irj M temoin The bride was ghrta way bf her ftwUjer Mir HaroM aflmut t1HreOlD btma WM B I CWbM and htn at ndaotMr Qptortney OewNti of Gaaodo Texas The bridal party marched to Ihbwettni1nsof M nd V sshoas dbagmarOb played by Miss Estella Bickaell of Bra The ushers were MMSTS Edward CorneJison Ray mOod Jett andStwrt White this cove ty Immediately following the cere mony the party repaired to the beautiful new homo ot the brides parenls where a bounteous dinner was served One hundred friends of the happy eon plo were eatectaiaed atR reception Irons eight to eleven oclock whore heartiest congratulations were showered upon tho couple With many handsome gifts corn ing from eight different stated 7000 Turkeys Approximately Have Been Shipped From Madison County to Eastern Markets About seven thousand turkeys havo already been slaughtered in Madison county and shipped to the Eastern markets the bulk of the lot going direct to Boston whero tho hungry New Englanders ate themselves sick on Thanksgiving Day and will contini until after tho first of tho year The New England crop of turkeS was late and this is why there has beon such a demand for tho fowl ndat such an increased prico per pound lor the toothsome meat Turkeys shipped from hero at about twenty cents per pound brought anywhere from thirtyfive to forty cents in the New England market and some went as high as fifty per pound Its strange that the bulk of the turkoys eaten by Now Englanders on Thanksgiving and Christmas should come from this section of tho country when the Pilgrim Fathers who first lauded in Massachusetts originated the idea of Thanksgiving Day and the Turkey as tho chief meat for the celebration- A L Gott Co proprietors of the local slaughter pens killed about five thousand up until Thanksgiving and will kill about this amoun by the first of tho year Tho average price paid the grower was 12 cents per pound The only other turkey pen in tho county is at Moborly and tho proprietors Embr Moberly Co have had a very busy season So far they have slaughtered about two thousand and expect to kiU this many between now and tho first of the year According to theso dealers who aro experts on the supply in the count there are about 12000 more turkeys left in Madison They base their est mate on past seasons Counting the number that wore used for the local trade it can be seen that Madison has grown a large number of turkeys this season despite the reports to tho cen trary The MarketsThe following quotations are furnished by Mr Stone Norman the leading Commission merchant in this section Main street Richmond Ky Highest cash prices for all country produce Mi Norman quotes today on tho following Eggs 20 cts Large springers7Small springrS10 flenshlDcxRoosters5urkoys over 8 lbs13 12 Feathers = 35 Beef Hides 7 Tallow 5 BeeswaxL25inseng A healthy man is a king in his own right an unhealthy man is an unhapp lavo Burdock Blood Bitters bnilds up sound health keeps you well Lost On Nov 17th Package either lost or stt len off Adams Express wagon in charg oC D E Flora driver in Richmond Ky ackago dross goods value 4500 Plainly marked to Mrs R A Barlow from ttnghatnpton JI Y Party having thi package please return to Adams Ex press Co andno questions wiU be asked C S Jessup Agt Woodburn Conference The Conference of Presbyterian ministers and laymen which convened last week at Woodburn Farm the palatial home of Dr A J Alexander near pring Station uas largely attended and is reported a great success Distinguished churchmen from different parts of tho state were in attendance and th Laymen of the state were organized s as to carry forward the Mission Work iroughout tho state in a systematic way The Conference was opened bj Dr Scanlon ot this city who togethei with Prof 0 G Crooks of Danville and W H Hopper of Stanford repro smted thisPresbytery in the Conference About twentyfive delegates oven pres tmt and prominent organization was lected Dr A J Aloxander of Spring tation Hon L L Andersouof Louisville and W H Barton of Pad noah wore elected to constitute the State Com littco and eighteen other laymen chosen from the six Presbyteries ol of tho state will act in organizing the ymon of each Presbytery Six associate members were chosen from the ministers of the State and are as follows ev Dr W H Riley of Louisville Dr J W Tyler of Midway Dr R H icCaslins of Bowling Greea Dri D II ScanIonoC Richmond JtevSlI Jand- ers of Millersburg Dr S D Boggs of atlettsburg Host T T Forman of oxington was chosen perHianant chairman of the Conference Plans and mcthpdsof operations were futly discussed and a definite policy for omoting mission work throughout the atodccid6lupoBi Tho next Confer icowill bo held inlouisville Resolutions Whereas an all wise iBrovWence has een fit to lay the had of death upon ir young and Well ietlsWerndi- ce Grand pf this ledge sister Nettie rinslead be it reselvsd That we meet this tees with more than ordinary regret bec w oCthedlsp rintmcnt by deatk of ee so ywirig and- Cair and wbe Hlif H4 Woeme so e sea alto the welfare Md oflrfort of her fat MIr nd sisters filling la every way Jfisiblo the motlerpsee in the 1 1- ftlherapid prwivotkros that hud been- osordeEherbytkis Jodge durto Mr riot wcwberiWp is evktence of her actiVity and worth a sister Thu wo elwish bwt iaayaodt- e ter vlrtae ai Jiv prepimd f9fh afiprowh ffCtWda1 when we tIc our departe4 u Ur shall receive- e IIG oftMuMir That our y p ihyb zt44 to iM bittliy ia Uifr aM sy 1 tbiso 1Ibtfua- RlieiltI ir 1teCI I Mw AdaB J eU f y MrsALMiuIon a Mm 8 L Jew Million EUMnb iMp No t8 I1 J 1rv jr Vi CidW- sEtzne1r Busy In Mad ison astskWith His Love Making couples took advantage of tbt ITOft week to close their court enter upon tho sna of matri Humy ThoCounty Clerks cfflco pre sonted a very happy sight all week with many younglovers and some old oneS too seekiag license to wed tho fair lad of their choice Those issued were Holman Todd ant Mary Pieratt both of Richmond Gil bert Rlngo and Elsio Smith both of Richmond John McCord Yates and Lillian Jano Cox both of Madison coun tyr James Turpin of Bybeo and Dells Curtis of Estlll county Andrew Lisli and Jessie Belcher of Ford Wm II Todd and Deborah Durham Sleshcr of Boron Mat Whittimore of Reroa ant Arminda Kirby Richmond Thos J Lynn of Frankfort and Minnie Wilson of Irvine All nSIacey of Estill count and Mattio Dennis of College Hill Oscar Thachor and Ida Baker of Berea Several of theso wero married here and others secured their license and hat the nuptialknot tied outside of tho city Rev E Br Barnes presided at the marriage Mr Stacoy and Miss DennIs which was solemnized at tho parsonagi Wednesday Mr Lisle and Miss hId cher Were also married by Rev Barnes At tho Glyndon hotel Rev Marshall presided at tho marriago of Amos Prowitt of Madison and Miss Zct tip Logan of Garrard He also officiatec at the wedding of Mr Rings and Miss Smith Tho groom is a well know business man of this city being employ ed by the firm of WT H Douglas Son His bride is a daughter of C P Smith the Main street merchant TRADE MORALJoan of Arc was the only woman on earth able to resist a bargain adver tisementand shes dead Ii youve got a bargain in some thing advertise it to the wom en folks in this paper For Rev Logan The Middlcsboro Record has the fol lowing notice concerning tho installation of Rev J T Logan who recently accepted a call to tho Presbyterian church there going from tho Somerset church Rev J V Logan the now Presbyterian minister will bo installed tjmorrow attire morning service Ilev S M Logan of Wilmorc Judgo Jame Denton of Somerset an Elder in Mr Logans former church in Somerset and- Re C W Lawson of Springfield wil conduct tho installation services Rev Logan will preach the sermon Judg Denton will preside and deliver thu charge to the congregation while Rev Lawson will charge tho pastor Rev Lawson wilt preach tho night service Special music at both services The Brotherhood class of the Presbyterian church will bo address d Monday night by Judgo Denton of Somerset There rill also be a social and business session held at the close of tho address At jnvitation is extended to the mon of the congregation Game Laws The following game laws for j Kentucky should be thoroughly understood by all as there is such misunderstanding along the line Deer Septem her 1 Marh 1 Blacker Fox SquirrelJune- 5FebIuary 1 Wild Goose Wood Duck Teal and other wild duck August 15 April 1 Wild TurkeySeptember- IFebruary 1 WoodcookJune 20 Feb rti ary t- Quail Patridge or PJieas int November 15Tanuary L Rabbit and Squirrel November 15February 1 also June loSeptember 15 DovesAugust February 1 Sale of wild turkeys pheasant grouse patridge or quail prohibited Transportation prohibited except when in possession of the hunter English ringneck or Chinese Pheasant protected License fees are charged by theclerks of the county courts The clerks fee of non esident licenses in the State where the applicant lives It is unlawful to shoot fincbthrush meadow lark lartin swallow red or blue ird catbird or any other song or insectiverons bird Possession of animal or Ird within prohibited time- S evidence of guilt Hunting on inclosed ground rithout consent of owner is in lawful MAL ORDE- RPIRATES Ii They sail the high md JOw1ICU of commerce hfs3pay millibni a yetr for advertising Tbdr profit M miHiont Spike their guns with gusdvcrt1httyoUr JJbc fibi mail orders Own wcapob ADVERTISING I W 4 The Favor21e TonSe for Women DRH0AGs 1 A Wtte today wffl QMTtace r tMs U Siby STOCKTON SO- NConscknce Hurt the Cheater and he Sends Ten Dollars to Madi son County Woman Years after a mean trick has been done whereby you havo cheated someone out of what has been justly dliO them your conscience Is still there to bring it to mind This was never more fully shown to b true than what has just happened to a well known woman of this county Mrs Pattio Parrish Chenault who reside on tho Red House piko about two and a half miles from Richmond Last week she received a letter which was postmarked Cincinnati and ad dressed to her in a very illegible handwriting Upon opening it there was a ten dollar bill in real coin of the realt apd a note which read as follows A long time ago I cheated you Now Tarn very old and my conscience hurt me for it I am scndingyou ten dollars May God forgive mo There was no name signed to the note and Mrs Chenault and her husband aro at a loss to know where it could have como from or who the person was In looking back over thi years they are unablo to recall an transactions whereby thoy realize they were cheated The fact that the had cheated was a burning brand in the mind of tho offender andtheir conscienc forced them to send tho ten dollars Thero was nothing in the note to shov whether it was a woman or man but Mrs Chenault believes firmly it was a man as sho can not entertain tho thought of a woman being guilty of such Can You Keep a Secret Ladies Como at once and see the lino of Skirt choice 500 Dresses Suits Coats and furs at a low prico Its tim qucstio now Turn this stock into cash J B WALKER Ruth too Miss Mollio Isaac of Caleastwas the guest of Misses Mary and Louise Singe SundayMr Mrs Elenchim of Kingston have been visiting friends hero Miss Linda Gayhort of Richmond has been the guest of her sister Mrs Prestos rlchett Mrs C M Cruso and Miss Nora Crus are visiting relatives at Brodhead Misses Bess and Lula Richardson oC eytontown have been the attractive guests of Mrs Rice Cruse llr and Mrs Henry Whited ant children spent Saturday and Sunda with friends at Kingston- A number of friends and relative dined with Mrs Wm Cates Thursday Mrs Henry Whited entertained Tues lay night with a cake party Tho cake which warbaked by Mrs Whited who Is famous for her culinary accomplish meats was presented to the pretties girl Miss Lula Richardson of Peyton ton securing the most votes by a largo majority This is the second premium iiss Richardson has won in a beauty ontest and tho compliment was well reserved OntheLE A how time card went into effect o- nheIr4E last Sunday week the 20th There is no charge in tho operating or ho passenger service but in the freight ervice there has been added two hrough trains daily which will run from Beattyvillo Iff Versailles This was nado necessary on account of the in rcaso in business and tile outlook for a apidly increasing business the coming jear The increase in wages which went into effect on this road the first 6f November has caused the employes to ako on a litHo extra effort this winter Tho increase was general With the adding of the two new freight rains will make four daily two each wayI30 Years of Success The B M Hyde Co Offer a Remedy For Catarrh The Medicine Costs Nothing if It Faiis When a medicine effeCts a successful catment in a very large majority of ises and when wo offer that medicine onol1r own personal guarantee that it ill cost tho user nothing If it does not completolf relieve catarrh it is only iasonablo that people should believe us or at least put tfur claim to a practical test when wo take all the- risk These are facts winch wo want 10 people to substantiate Wcwan- ttbenito try Koxall MucuTone a icdicinq prepared from a prescription jrphysicianwith whom catarrh was specialty and who hasn record of l lirfe years of enviable success to his r cord Wo receive mora good reports about Uea MucuTonic than wo So of all oHicrclltarrh remedies sold in our store id ifmore people only know what a jorpughly depondablo Roxall Mucu TOIic is U would be tho only catarrh f Jywe would have any demand frRexall MucuTonio is quickly alt sorbed And by its thcrapeutie eff et ie8 to disinfect and cleanse tIM entlrt TOHeoas wiombsanoqus llict to astroy aadremovo tho parasites which ijare llio membraneous tissues to isooilHl tile irritation and halthe sotaS- SS Stop tkeucous l9ClMTf 1MIud- u troorkealtliy tissue and i lwv blood sym of dIseased mKUer- I iOowaid5timaWitlif th- eseeJhrt aMing digestion JMd JOH Pliun jiBtHttoa until the wtota body itbnt with healthy iteiiriV In k ponU cfy rflon ibn1t iapI it v Mttcaabta SHIn in wclrt ifttx Igaod wWrB4f th at bI6 Ji wi1 eu try Ig Mieb Otis I tel tOd- t 4 y ttaB ov Dot salisfted IIqIIIT- Co1 and tell as sad we will tetaT1Jjowiywithottt qa itoa or- eIbb We iWr RexU MusuTone- twoin m5Ocents awl tln6 Re ember can obtain Uexifl Reaaediw storerlsejRall j r Ie c Ic Is Time RightinOW To Be i Choosing That Christmas Gift yii idea Jewelry priced wrong wrong fact you The giving knowing No Matter HowMuch C lr or how little you expect to even if you are not to any at all come in and see us We warrant every article in our store 7 v ti1 to Be exactly as represented f I ft Wines Whittington i JRichmond Kentucky Ordinance Accepting and conferring the report oC Street Committee accepting sidewall constructed of concrete on Second St on west side of property of Mrs Robt Tcrrill antI apportioning tho cost thcreo to the1 fronting and abutting property owner Bo it ordained by the board of Council of tho city of Richmond that the report of Street Committee made to major anti board of Council accepting the side walk reconstructed of concrete on Second street on west side of prop erty of Mrs Robt Terrill bo and sam is hereby accepted and confirmed and the side walk is hereby accepted Tlu total number of lineal feet of said side walk is 50 Total number square feet 240 No lineal feet curb anti guttorins lOTotal number of feet of drive 00 Cost number of lineal feet curb and gutter 35 cts Cost per square fool drive 20 cts Cost per square foot Pavement 15cts total cost 7475 Be it further ordained that tho total cost of 7175 of said side walk so recon structed of concreto be and the same is hereby apportioned to front foot of the property fronting and abutting on Second street and owned by Mrs Robt Tcrrill Mrs Robt Terrill property fronting 50 feet on said walk No lineal feet 50 No square feet 219 No square feet drive 00 No lineal feet curb and gutter 10 Cost lineal feet of curb and gutter 35 cents per squaro toot pave mont 15 cents per square foot drive 26 cents Total cost of sidewalk in front of property of Mrs Robert Tcrrill 7475 is hereby assessed against the property of Mrs Robert Terrill fronting and abutting 50 feet on the sidewalk on Second street and owned by Mrs Robt Terrill and tho contractors of said side walk Monayhan Tevis are hereby given a lion upon said property to secure the payment of the said sum of 7475 and the City Clerk is directed to issue to said Monayhan Tovis or its order or assigns against the above mentioned property of said Mrs Robert Terrill an opportionment warrant for the sum Said apportionment warrant issued in pursuance to this ordinance shall bear interest at 5 per cent per annum from the dato of publication of this ordinance until paid and shall be a lien upon said fronting and abutting property by virtue of the law in such cases made and provided Saml Rice Mayor Attest A B Paris Cler- kCleaned Up The State Revenue Agent M P Reborn certainly played havoc with several tax payers of Madison county tho past week lie sccuroj judgements for back taxes on mortgage notes and lasfi in banks for sums aggregating iver 850000 representing about a dozen people There are several moro suits flIed which may run this sum up considerably Agent Reborn with his assistant Attorney Gilfillcn of Lexington has been in the city for several lays Inspecting the records in tho county court Other counties through outtlio stato have foil the sting ot tim ovenuo agentsr and Madison is not loner A commission ot20percent is flowed the agents Judge T P Waddell closed his turkey ilaughtoring pen atMillersburgTuesday ftor butchering 10000 of thebirds pay 33 to tho farmers of HourbonvNicholas and Robertson counties moro than 818 too BLUE GRASS Farm For Sale As Administrator of R It Turloy do- CHHdI will sell publicly on the promises the farm known as tho old Down ng place and owned by R B Turleys heir situated 4 12 miles from Lexing tOOlyi between Todds Road and tho fehmomljikc on Wednesd yDec14 10 at 10 Oclockh 1l 1 13 Acres of Land iR high state of cultiWkwu OnsaId tatm Is aB8 toom hsouseiasxchientre- air food orchaitiSc H KiAda91tiQit and full bwrinf Far wrtl ca er by vera i springs adw k aad Is well fenood Also a JMetobttceo burn tprlng boanxgy house aiifi alfaeceswury cutbikt illpTbllJand is ftipf1H1 eltaa- 4i tonlIialkGl Perns 0 third Jiay IPII- IIae i MGc js- oernity bwicV per oes- teies iriU be required LD ssiaed 4l01 n pys1 Peuiee iOD giv a at onoe Pttfoiwrar hwinrivit ea o of p ylng cash AnjNww desiring to- look over place can do so byclIi1g n 1 J or R B Turlejv TV Lexington or u uo4e igned I i J a Nokad Admr K O Richmond og5 Ghwauli Ant Xtj f i The prevailing that good is al i f r r ways high is dead r This know if you have ever traded 1 tS I I at our store vv of Jewelry is more a matter ivTiSfri of 1 what to buy than how rucht iy 1 spend going buy thing WINTER TOURIST TICKETS T- OPLORIDAAND ALL SOUTHERN RESORTS ON SALE DAILV VIA h i GOOD RETURNING UNTIL MAY 311911IFOR FULL PARTICULARS CALL AGENT QUEEN CRESCENT ROUTE on H C KINO Passtnger end Ticket Accnt 101 e MaIn St LEMNaTON KY r j Husbands Know Good Meat i when they taste it eyeD Jfmost of them cant pick itrout at the butchers IE you Vail t to please yours BuyTour Meats Here and the tasteof them wilF itt him in such goodh rnor that youll have only to hint at a new bonnet to get it C C CULTONSuccessor to Douglas i Culton 231 WEST MAIN STREET TELEPHONE Importaiit to Christmas Buyers We have a houseful of Christmas presents for young and old Glass and Queensware Pictures and Picture Frames Lots of Novelties in China and Glass Toys of every description for the children Everything marked down in plain figures We have some special bargains to offer in Wall Paper some in and look at our line X r B Juett SotiT208 E Main Opera House Building A Few Reminders for i i Christmas Shoppers i1sttCome as early as you can anV mis the crowds lstsWhatoeuoudQyou tage oE the privilege coffer of laying articles asfdp untUHvantcd Como again and again it you wish d And dont f6rkehplf1so that Jeelry giving doesnt ne i essarihy mean spending a lot of monbj Dont forget that Jewelry is the gift ot gifts t And dont forgot that we are able to match the values of larger cdles fV O Invite You XX L E LANE I i Big Watch Sign 210 MaincStrSet J New Mutt Market I W M XnhingsCoSecond Street Parks old stand the finest l fjfFreslij t on Haii L 3 L 1 geta61eSPe U k jfcn4 always 1 LcL the Best Gi ia Jq8Qp b t t cailhandleWcsoiityVr t aJc t WMJennings X Co it Telephone 670 Is T t t 1J f J 1 I t I I 1t J UST ARRIVED or i T I of I I DRUG I i Correct as be by dressed of the business word The New Fall Models designed by the Master Tailors Company New This showing of the models is of interest to because it not only the cor styles the toHigh Come Welcome We have just received some very TailorMade Suits for in the New Manish Cloths are shown in all the new shades and are to be seen in our Suit Parlors Come make your selection before they are picked over are the sole agents Queen Quality Fine ladies and Kneelands Fine men These two lines of shoes are the best to be had in any city We are all the new lasts and kinds Come see them our cash prices on all kinda of men women can fit you and save you money IOurUnderwear Ment Women and Children ir Complete Every Come our prices and save money are showing all the things in Notions Belts Belt Pius Scarfs Hosiery etc Our shelves counters are creaking and groaning the weight ot things in all kings of winter goods Get the best stylesfCOMPANY I Get Well youEOfagainIfby female trouble you can get the right remedy to get well ItsCardui This great medicine for women relieved cured thousands of ladies suffering like you some female trouble 1 TAKE AR I For Womens Ills Sirs Fannie Ellis Foster Ark suffered agony for years Read her letter about CarduL She writes was sick for nearlydie itlt AT ALL STORES I THIS THE PLACE FOR p Fresh Oysters Ii v R Ice ICorner Main and 5econd Telephone 3 The Imperial Double Disc The Clothes they will worn the best gentlemen social and and made Schloss Bros Baltimore York Boston first new every man and young man gives you rect but opens way Grade Clothes at Moderate Prices and See Them Everyone stylish Ladies They We for Shoes for Wm Shoes for showing Get low shoesfor and childrenwe suit for in Detail get We new Neckwear and under good quickly has from seven IS Money to Loan on Good Farm- Lands The Korthwesteru Matual Life Insurance Go will loan money at 5 per cent interest on good improved farm lands on Mortgage Apply to J C Chenault Attv 09tf Richmond Ky Mound City Paints may cost a trifle more butI Stockton son 24nly Notice to Creditors All persons having claims against the estate of William Butner deceased will file same with the undersigned properly verified on or before the 30th day of November 1010 or samo will bo barred William Munday Admr of tho Estate of William Butner Decd For Rent 19JJ Residence on summit and store room on Second street occupied by J B Wal ker also three rooms over store tf CTFoL For Sale I havo several good building lots for sale located on Lancaster and Brcck Ave Location drainage ect the very best Most desirable for apartment house or living residence Any one interested in purchase please call on the owner Mrs D M Bright or her son Dr Bright U- FarmFor SaleON Thursday Dec JttlO at 10 oclock m I will sell to the highest and best bidder 65 acres of land lying on the Barnes Mill and Schooler turnpike and known as the old Gentry farm This land is well fenced and has good well and ever lasting running water On this land are two tenant houses and one barn about 40 acres is in grass and will grow hemp and tobacco Anyone desiring to look over the place call on the under sinned Terms made known on day of sale D W Jackson Cottonburg Ky HARROWIn the illustration below tho Double Disc is shown in Iho position of turning Note the action oL the Flexible jointed Frame Connection which permits the Harrow to turn practioallyonils own ground The blades do fromIiisameasDouble Disc Harrow can be conveniently handled or rondo to do satisfactory work withoutH A rigid framewould cause a severe twisting strain in turning and leave a scries of holes and ridges at the turning points IIarrowTm io56 ind 7 foot sizes suitable foz2 3or 4 horses Itis moderate irrCQ8tte fkH less thwi oW ttwosiB lfl Harrows Jiul rico should nQLbe ihpr prime coflskleratkw EfltetiSief an4 epwity Jow eow titTho question shou1dbpil the llurrbw do enough tetter wrkiin4i tuiiM0 1ek W ffeaffdwd investment It certainly will In qualityAof worS better pulverizing mow eeIii i IV iffr mmth gtt ooetcand more In cpacity jit is iho equal of two 5ngfeHrrowi of tlw kiss wl 1tMIl ia the IW11a3 Jab andh easily pay for itself Ip a sIrnssonA1t dIM we lnlrtt9IIII11erHdlI tnPif w gwarante k tjjqi H ft l on t iii ditioa the of results c Daufliij Strainona i Dtathttage S1fJJ1d Street J Teiepon oj rC 1J f fjitc c Y ctJ tj DR HOAGS Blood and Liver- Restorative AliTerMeue and Bieei PariSer THE RELIABLE REMEDY for RbeHatka Pile Blood aad Skis Dkeaaes Strenghtens the nerves makes new appetiteMorestrength to it than any other rem edy Dont wait buy a bottle today SOLD BY v Stockton Son Farm Notes The United States Depart ment ol Agriculture conducted experiments at Round Hill and McLean Va and at Piketon Ohio that seem to point to a better way of planting corn Hills of four stalks each placed at one of the four corners of a square of not less than five inches The increased yield over ordinary methods of planting corn at the three places respectively were 3 34 5 and 4 percent The corn was cultivated as easily as ordinary spaced corn and stood up better It is suggested that a planter be made with two shoes for each corn row and a separate tube ftheach kernel so that the corn may be planted ac cording to the new method as rauidly as it is now planted with present day tools Mr F MHunt on yesterday sold a bunch of seven two year old mules to Sheriff B G Fox at S105 per head Danville Advocate- In Fleming Messrs Evans Helpedstine delivered 1000 turkeys to the pen last week for which they received 61 700 Simon Weilof Lexington bought 121 head of 1475 pound export cattle from A E Hundley of Danville at 6 cents a pound The cattle are exporters and will be shipped to London England Clifford Cayce of Columbia sold two mules last week for 505 to Mr Smisson of Lynn ville The mules were threeyearolds and very fine ones A special from Midway says McKee Brothers will finish this week digging their second crop of potatoes which amounts to 5000 bushels The crop yielded from 150 to 200 bushels per acre of extra fine tubers The Maysville Bulletin says Thomas Mackey of Moransburg sold a steer that weighed 1720 pounds to Welburn Rees at 7 cents a pound bringing the handsome sum of S12040 That is go ing some for a single steer rhos McClintockof Millersburg has made the following sales this month To James Oder 2 mules to Fletcher Mann 6 mules to Charlie Martin 9 mules to Charlie Thompson 7mules to Wallace Shannon 2 mules average price 8192 This is decidedly the time and place to buy suits dresses cloaks waists sweaters silk skirts corsets rain coats descriptionDont tunity J B Walker TUBULAR BELL CHIME The Herschede H9l Clock M a feteptece A tubular chime and an arbcle of furniture for toidttyperfect mweaeat iwwes corrccteeaa of time the solid oak or BMKogMjr case Wsk cWc Jieccoofotms1oaOOdtuieaBd the roelo tub Iar chine so Mg the hours aod quarters after the peel of WKtt ton or remiDdetofahedlJIchoiceindeitnmoons phwes m the dial arch We are ckCoofafcg on requert uC8ItpwdeaitaofGold aod Sfrer Jewdry Ete thCpOdceDMMJupI14 The Frank Herchde Co Wat Won In the International Horse- Show at Chicago the walk tr canter saddle class was won by Mat S Cohen riding KathleenjSheridan owned by frsRichard Tasker Lowndes Jrj of Danville Ky over a splendid field of fifteen animals including those of Judge Moore of New York and Miss Vera Morris of London Kussell Railey of Versailles Ky was placed second in the combination class on Golden Glow Miss Morris riding her famous gelding Tantalus getting the blue Jumping by the horses of the French English Dutch and American officers was the feature of the even ing session For Sale Few thousand second hand brick JDKingSon- tf 219 Moberly avenue Price of Meats Drop i Q Housekeepers of Richmond and vicinity are congratulat ing themselves upon the ad vent of the long threatened tumble in prices in the local markets in the way of poultry and fresh meats Choice cuts of pork steaks have fallen to loc pound choice rib roasts to 12c steaks 10 to 17o plenty of rabbits at 10 and 15c each chickens 250 to 300 per dozen turneys 14 cents per pound on foot dressed turkeys 22 cents per pound eggs 30 cents per dozen lard in 50 pound cans 14 cents per pound Mission Circle 1 The French Mission Circle will hold its annual bazar on Saturday December 3rd in the basement of the Presbyterian church 3t For Sale 557 acres of fine Bluegrass land all in bluegrass except 50 acres a portion of the Major Harris farm Apply to Mrs a M Clay Paris Ky orT J Curtis Richmond Ky 11241 LOSTAt Madison county stock yards Monday three tented cow white and red spotted weight about 000 Ibs Liberal reward John M Elliott Rico Station Ky Afflicted force The Winchester News says Early in the fall Mr W A Beaty the editor and manager of this paper had his arm broken He was in a hospital for some time He returned home but did not recover the use of his arm and suffered great pain Over two weeks ago he re turned to the hospital where it was found necessary to re break the arm and wire the bones together He JS still in the hospital A child of our local re porter Mr John Harding has beenafficted with infanti e paralysis for several months The wife of our book keeper Mr Carl Robbins has been ill for several weeks and on Monday a surgical operation was performed The fatherof our linotype operator Mr Harry Fitch is dangerously illat Lexington which has to some extent interfered with his service And today Miss Gbldie Perry who takes theTe spo sibility of doing almost every thing in the office is ill as we believe from overwork ClydeHartwho is the right hand man in the mechanical department of the paper is not mentioned as being Under the weather or unable to be at his post of willbebreaksdown1ndmachjnery refuses to run himhis Haticfctii MUb Fourth Stowt ti0W0 tG t7- I h II T Read This All Who Suffer From Catarrh Sore Throat or Colds Millions of people throughout America have breathed IIYOMEI pronounce it Highome and now own a IIYOMEI Inhaler ado of hard rubber If you own a nYOSIEl Inhaler no matter where you live you can get a bottle of IIYOME at D L Middeltons and druggists everywhere for only 50c Ask for an extra bottle of IIYOMEl 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 stuffed jp head in two minutes and stop hawking and snuffling in a week Just pour a few drops of IIYOMEl into tho inhaler and breathe it in thats all Its to easy and so pleasant and so much more desirable than swallowing nauseating drugs Breathe Hybmei over the inflamed membrane of the noso and throat and its soothing healing action will bo felt immediately If you have not a HYOJIEl Inhaler got acompleto HYOMEI outfit at once This only costs 8100 and with it comes a IIYOMEl Inhaler that will last a life time and ought to be in every family Notice to Creditors All persons having claims against the estate of D J Snowden are requested to file same properly verified on or before Jan 1 1911 or samo will bo barred C C Snowden nov23it p Administrator Great Closing Out Sale Of Fall and Winter Millinery at the new Millinery Store Hobson building Richmond Ky Beginning Friday Nov 18lb 1910 and continuing thirty days Ladies my immense stock of Fall and Winter Hats and Millinery Materials will be placed on sale at rockbottom prices to clean up and closo out stock in 30 days Never has there been such bargains offered in Richmond in Milli nery as I shall offer you November 18th for 30 days My hats are all boautifu n style and material and finish in making and design My prices uro at cost and less than cost as I must clean up stock before Xmas 850 hats now 30 French Plumes and imported styles tho very latest 12 dozen Paris shapes re duced to 1000 and 800 2000 hats for 81000 and 81000 hats down to 600 and less Beautiful finished Silk Ye vat Turbans 8500 and 3 50 Nice Jaunty Street Hats 350 to 250 a good goto meeting hat 200 to 8100 If you dont believe it como and see and bring your money with you or someone elso will get the one you want When we offer bar gains they sIlO are bargains Everything cleaned up sold and tho windows washed for Christmas Dont miss this chance toget tho real things in hats at delightful bargain prices We will fill orders at same discount prices We havo tho best trimmer in Richmond so peoplo toll us Come try her work for yourself Remember Friday November 18 and continuing 30 days Come before the bargains and best stock aro picked over- Respectfully Mrs Laura Jones Christmas is rapidly approaching and no gift so pleases a lady friend as some article of dainty embroidery or hand work Miss Eva Roberts invites her friends and customers to call and see her exceptionally attractive stock of materials for Christmas work New patterns new materials and new ideasA Big Lot of NoveltiesM- iss Roberts shop is headquarters for lovers of fancy ncedlo work Complete your Christmas shopping by calling on MISS ROBERTS 122 Firststreet Fire Life Accident and HalthInsur- nc3lnthevery best old line CQp nie Wm S Broaddus Agt tf Como to Owen McKee Richmond Ky for dry goods and notions Others do and why not you tf Country sorghum the best over just received at So well McKinneys 2t Dan IL Breck life fire and accident insurance tf Lumber For Sale Dam bills and all kinds rough lumber in oak poplar and p the Tobacco sticks Poplar laths Write J A STEVESS W T HICKS tf Richmond Ky Lost Dog Lost on Irvine pike Saturday a large black and white bird dog with small red spots over body Return to Joe Chcnault Richmond Ky Posted We tho undersigned strictly forbid hunting trapping or any kind of tres passingon our promises and will proso cuto offenders Paralee Fitzpatrick Gco Fitzpatrick Notice All persons having claims against the ostateoft1ie late T S Ballard are here by notified to present same to cither of the undersigned properly proven on or before December 10th 1910 or same will be forever barred A Ballard 1O Andcrsoi i Executors Administrators Notice Alt persons having claims against the estate of George C DoVore deceased are hereby notified to present same proven as required by law to tho under signed his Administrator- All persons owing said estate arc requested to call and pay same Union Bank Trust Co- Lexington Ky Administrator of George C DoVore By E R Blackburn Cashier November 1010 4x Hog Raisers Are your hogs worth 5 cents per head Wo guarantee Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy to keep hogs healthy and free from dis ease for 5 cents per head per month It cures Cholera kills Worms Stimulates tho Appetite aids Digestion and causes hogs to fatten very rapidly This rome dy is used and endorsed by leading hog raisers throughout the country Como in and let us toll you about it Perrys Drug Store 2t I R PenningtonDentist Office next door to Government build ing Richmond Ky Mrs Maude Mackey Walk ersHair Dress ing Parlor Come in and have your hair dressed in tho newest style braids and puffs made to order Braids restored to natural color Highest prices paid fcr combings Two doors above Stocktons drug store onMain street Office phono 545 residence 202 6 Mo Betsy I Goodhonife S Betsy is an advanced exponent of comfort economy and good cheer She will endeavor to win a place in the hearts of ovary family in Richmond and to this end she tells of her experiences her ideas of man and woman her theories and of tho many advantages of trading with Lackey Todd The Home of Low Prices and Square Dealing Telephone 62 Opera House Building Every Possible Courtesy consistent with sound finance is extend ed to customers of tho State Bank Trust Co Small depositors receive equal consideration with thoso whose balances are larger Applications for loans upon acceptable security are treated promptly and confidentially The bank will be glad to have you con suIt it fn any financial matter State Bank 3 Trust Co Richmond Ky Have Your Christmas Photograph Made Now McG ughey the Photographer Third Street ARE YOUJr Interested ih Lumber LathShingles Odors B J SushEk 1fs4een t 11 i JcP fi g ToodEdw3rdsLullbeCo = Phons i o i HOT BLAST Globe Air Tight tSOLD BY i Theres Just Girl you may caro to present with a ring Make it as fine a one as your purso will afford At the same time dont pay more than tho ring is worth You wont if you buy it here We chargo only for materials and workmanship at this jew elry shop nothing for design and Wedding H Engraved Free A Handsome Persian HOT BLAST Burns Slack or Soft Coal WJU out Smoke or Soot Seats double the space heated by any1 with half the fuel Clean economical The Kind to Buy fort IServiceI fe A money saver for people p who want a good stove at Iian honest price See it in operationyou will like iiT EXCLUSIVELY W D Buckley God East Main Street One Engagement Rings neat IFMAIN STREET Lamb otherstov C = O = A = T Given Away by MrsJM B8JrlowCo Now on display at Richmond Millinery Cos Store A coupon given with each purchase entitles Everythingbusiness but to continue with a new line f This sale is now on and will continue until everything is sold j Exceptional Clothes aMODERAFE PRICES fl i o Wr4jxV vqv VBU tr prO leJD ofdreslnKL k fwell oil iirnited es agerifor7 ii ADLERS COLLEGIAN CLOTHES JlThe styVof t1l JibUies jwell Jinawn They ire 1 ItMJeaders of fssbloiieverywhervs d i e prCMmoderate We have a big vsr1 y0 r at suite aid oyerooats for you toehocue trarn at- rangb J From15OOto3O The Col1tgiaui brand I a giantee MWJJ dq ri rCome in and 83 thell1 ji III TheROYALHome J S STANIFER Proprietor Cor 2nd anl MMtn 75 4 g iiiiiinsss8HsssnfjnitffrfifHmff EV ELDERSi t z2222222221U seess iWiiiiW itias To Our Many Friends in Richmond and Surrounding Country On November 19th and continuing to December 3rd we propose to have our annual sale This is looked forward to by our many friends in Madison county as the greatest mercantile event of the year Our stock was never so large or more varied than it is this year Our entire stock ofi Dry Goods Clothing Shoes Ladies Coats Blankets Comforts and Notions were never better selected than they are at this time Our business has been built up by strict attention to the details and wants of our customers We believe in do ing a large business on a small margin of profit and selling goods at one price and marked in plain figures In this annual event our store will be entirely changed in appearance so that our oldest friends will hardly know it It will pay you to come 50 miles to do your shopping at this wonder ful bargain sale We have engaged several exti a sales people to wait on you and give you every attention Dont forget that in a case of this kind the best bargains so e times go first so be on hand early the open ing day and take advantage of some of the ripest plums This Sale will be the big gest ever pulled off in this city McCall Pattern Nci 35433553 STYLISH MODEL GREEN 7AG SALE Ladies Tailored Skirts Dress in the new weaves and nicely tailored ex cellentquality and great bargains Black blue brown and smoke colors So Panama Skirts during this sale at 298700 800 and 1000 Voile Skirts during this sale at FursBeat possible prices We are making a deep cutin price on every Fur we carry 125 Furs S 79 150 Furs 98 2QOFurs 124 300 Furs 198 500 Furs 298 600 Furs 398 Childrens White Angora and beautiful brown sable Coney Fur Setscollarette and muffworth 2 at choice per set i8c Big Values in During this vale we will offer bargains in Corsets We 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 inthfc sale at J and25c Big Reductions in Every Department This sale lasts two weeks and introduces all the newest and best lines at a big saving in cash Look for the Price Tags green togs that tell about the reduced price 598 EV ELDER MILLINERY at Own Our excellent stock of both street and trimmed bats and our exclusive styles will go sale during this great stock reducing sale at Just Half Price Flowers Feathers and all shapes No charge for trimming hats during this sale Dont Fail to Visit This Department Lace Curtains Every 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 75e pair 39 Curtains worth 100 pair 59 Curtains worth 200 pair 98 Curtains worth 500 pair 298 lkm OrLadies Misses and Childrens eOJlTSThis will be the greatest coat sale in the history of Richmond and will prove conclusively out underselling powers Cloaks for ladies misses and children the most attrac tive styles ever shown in Richmondtnothing 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 ap preciate the values all the more 812 and 15 values reduced to 093 10 Coat values at u10487- iO Coat Values atuu49g Sweaters at Greatly Reduced Prices Almost Your Price HcCali Pattern N 3131 A STRKBKJ SUIT Carpets Oil Cloth and Mattings During the Green Tag Sale we will give you some of the best bargains you 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 Sc All our loc valuesbeTo- weling 500 Huck Towels 1836 white with red borders never sold under 15c go at 8c Outing Night Gowns Womens Outing Flannel Night Gowns in plain colors such as white and blue also stripes withor without collars H 48c Blankets and Comforts During this Great Uroon Tag Sale we offer a fine lino of Cnmforts and Blankets at less price than the raw material will cost A large line to select from 8 75 Blankets per pairAD150 Blankets per pair 93 200 Blankets per pairs 143 500 Blankets per pair L 348 000 Blankets per pailu 448 750 Blankets per pairtfJS125 Comforts for u i OS 175 and 200 Comforts for = 124 275 and 300 Comforts fora lPS 350 Comforts for 224 8150 Bed Spreads very choice white crochet with or withoutcut i corners beautiful patternsl45125 Bed Spreads white crochet hemmed ready for use c co designs u 83 250 lied Spreads fine whito satin largo size fringed with or v without cut corners 105 75c Sheets 621E C5o Sheets 48 150 Pillow ascsl 1 2 95c extra choice bleached Damask 70 inches wide very choice patterns 75pyd Underwear Mens licavy flccco Shirts and Drawers 50o value 39o Ladies heavy fleece Vests and Pants 50e v lue 45o Indies red flannel Vest and I ants 9125 sad llVSe Value 9So Menu gray wool Shirts and Draw ers 91080 value i OSc Mens Tl flfwnel Shirts and Drawers tlflO value C8c I cash r McCaM No I ATTRACTIVE t e as iftIJSees e se 80e S e UOOA a 2i i i i i i i i ie i i r i i a SI7 e- sE 1 i S s V ELD- ERSILiif j S I h amfa Seee SeoroesosoeeSrocoeeSiioseeeeo8 c Big Red1lctioI S onlyShowing Nov 19 to Dee 3 Store closed FiidaYNovember 18 make preparations mark down prices this Great Bargain s Dress Goods This going to be the biggest opportunity ofa life time In many cases prices have been re duced to the point where you will be able to get linings trimf mings and pay for the making for what the dress goods alone wouldactually cost you Come early as you know the early bird gets the bargains Ginghams 5000 yards nice Ginghams 2t and 3 yard lengths usually sells 7 14 and lOc per help yourself at Sale Price L y Pattern 3677 AFTERNOON COSTUME If you hear of this sale first be kind to your neighborst ell h m about it to and for Sale is for 5c yard s 0ttIJ tJJ = Q ft o tQ tJ o ft 1If1 IILIccSaturday Novernber 19 to Dec 3 CorsetsI SHOESWe offer over a thousand pairs of sample shoes for Ladies and Children While YOU hear of the advance in the price of leather on every side we offer the best line of footwear in the country at prices beenIa 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 size you pay 98c PETTICOATS Ladies black sateen Petticoats made with deep flounce and ruffles with hem stitching on flounce forrthis sale regular 125 values I sale price I 74c I Ladies fine Mercerized Sateen Petticoats deep flounce and ruffles would beI cheap at150 sale price I Ladies black Fine Sateen I Petticoats our regular price 200 sale price 98c Mercerized 124 15QO black Silk Petticoats sale 324 Erll ta a I West 1iil1 Street 0 j RIC ttONDKYo B StoufferOldest Established and Tailoring House in Richmond t f New QuartersWe are established in our new quarters in the old City Hall building and are better prepared c than ever to care for your skins Bring us your Hides Furs and Iron Fresh Groceries and Vegetables in season yjiurman Grocery ItWhen You Buy t Walkers Suits k there is 110 kick aeiimiii J JJ B WALKERCTC Ladies ReadytoWear ISecond Street Richmond Ky r Rural Telephones Mr Farmer Slake your home as modern for your family as a city res quotationsi1anrtjme iTaehville Tennessee for information regardln our special Farmers Lin e rate If at present you are not enjoying telephone service we can immediately interest you Our lines cover the States ot Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi Louisiana and the Southern portion of Indiana and Illinois LEAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE CO Incorporated 1t x IWe have the best t TOBACCO STICKSc eyer brought to this market No rotten sap bu made of sound kilndried lumber Come and see C for yourself The price is right fcI Blanton =Congleton LumberCo IncrdOrtcd Successors to Ed Blanton C- oJjear L A Depot Telephone 425 qi FLJRSAn Admirable Assortment of Exclusive Styles LynxPointed Foxes and Mink tThee of tho fashion favorites in fur neckwear These furs lead selves gracefully to the completion of the beautifully gowned women dmnaad for these stylish Jurs vrill bo unusually heavy this season la Uw present completness of ibis superb stock t11i iowerful Mve rbuying furs nowandat reasoaabld prices lower 1iMe e iPv t Briry eeeroe4tJityle is lmany of the coaeerfiewB betof it hew exehwvely v I I zea4deIed ad remarked at a small cost to loek llk a w iffM Lowenthal f KDfacturjJIFl i Lzjgton Jty Stedio ClothesI I ARE THE BEST iCLOTHES I Bench Tailored TReady to Wear Guaranteed not to Shrink or Fade 50 years experience the factory guarantee in suits all sizes from smallest boy to largest man Newest stock in city to select from Fine Line New Style Hatsand Furnishing Goods Suit Cases Trunks Umbrellas etc at lowest prices for high class goops rJ Clothing Goods benfi Dr Robt CBoggsD- entist Telephone 267 Office in Oldham Building R Emmett Million Successor to Burgin ve- nuDENTIST Over State Dank Trust Company TELEPHONE 8arry M Blanton DENTIST I3u1iugZn1y PdONE 1M H IPATRICKDENTIST Paint Lick Kentucky Crown Bridge and Inlay york a Specialty Office in Bank Building GREENLEAF HERRINGTON Lawyers Office in Douglas Simmons new Building on Second Street opp Court House r A VANr ATTORNEY ATLA 313HMOXD KENTUCKY Mce over State Bank Trust Co op posite Court House on Main Stre- etDr C H Mainhart Graduate lIegeofVeterinary SurgeonOf- fice at J R Azbills Stable Office Phone 00 Res Phone 532 f Richmond Ky Jo T FERRIELL- Real Estate Agent Oldham Bui1d- inRichmond Ky H eDoTyIrSURVEYOR =solicago of those its patron needing ser vices of a competent man Address RICHMOND KENTUCKY James 8tliunley Will buy or sellyour bouse farm town lots or any thing else in the Real Estate line Any business intrusted to him will be promptly and carefully attended to See him if his services are need ed Give DAVE FREEMAN- A Share of Your Fire Insurance Business- He Will Appreciate It Ho represents the Best Fire Insurance Companies in the business arid guaran tees satisfaction Consign Your LiveStock TO GaSealoUiftSeck Jars CweiMiti I ADd reoeivethe highest market priee as we we the Iftrgest order bayers on the GlQciiMMiti market W 5NQRRISM- tSMo l Tfc wise mon d rrW Vottt life Kn iMunmrn Dan HI Brook tChe bNtoMoL HJAxeUmtt will happen but UM btrvtetod families keep DrThseu UMteie on for aph inaftq dw It aaW the paIn Bdh Jsttwh irts Jh1Mto jrpck lu ike faotory Call phcHie 488 C car it makes afbiiaig to II II Ii i1 l jr 1 t Auss niSHRIlfP We are suhor4ied to announce 3LMER DKATIIBRAG cawlMate for Sherif of Mmdieou coMOty Mbiect to fee Ktioa at Democratk party JOK1ALDWIN 8 Don county subject to the actkxt ol the Democmtlc party We are autherioed to raMuaee Ni B XIcountybjecUocratic party SHOOL SUPERIN1XNDJlNoe We are aatboriced to uaoou ce BKNJA MIN F 1D1V ARI a candidate for Sit perlntendeot o Schools ofHad1county subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR JAILER Weare authorized to announce MORGAN TAYLOR a candidate MtJaflerotMadinou county subject to the of the Demo cratlc party FOR ASSESSOR We are authorized to announce W F JAR IAN a candidate forAseeesorot Mad iCDemocraticFOR COUNTY CLERK We are authorized to announce LaRue house n candidate for County Clerk of Madison county subject to the action of Democratic party Wash That Itch Away It is said there are certain springs In Europe that give relief and cure to Eczema and other akin diseases If you knew that by washing in these waters you could borelieved from that awfu Itch wouldnt you make every effort to Uku a trip to Europe at once Would you not be willing to spend your last cent to find the cure But you need not leave homo for these distant springs Relief is right here in your own home town A simple wash of Oil of Wintergreen Thymol rod other ingredients as corn pound only in DD D Prescription will bring instant relief to that terrible burning itch and leave the skin as smooth and healthy as that of a child If you have not already tried it get at least a 25 cent bottle today We as sure you oi inptant relief Sold by Stockton Son Oct 1m For Rent Residence and six acres of land near city limits on Big Hill pike Apply B B ben tf R D No 1 Berea Ky Harsh physics react weaken the bowels cause chronic constipation Deans Rcgulets operate easily tone the stomach cure constipation 25o Ask your druggist for them Its YourKidneys Dont MIstak the Caase oIYour TroHblcs Many people never suspect their kidneys If suffering from a lame weak or aching back they think that it is only a muscular weakness when urinary trouble sets in they think it will soon correct itself And so it is with all theother symptoms of kidney disorders That is just where the danger lies You must cure these troubles or they may lead to diabetes or Brights disease The 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 eale by all dealers Price 60 cents FosterWilbnru Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United States Remember the name Doans and take no other We Would Ask For And Be Pleased To Recerve Your Patronage We have taken active charge of tho management of tho Richmond Steam Laundry and are much pleased at our increasing business Every customer helps some and wo would like to have every one with us Wo have no ad vertising schemes but will do good work for you and to your entire satisfaction As we have no other business and no estate on tho outside our liv ing depends on this and we have to do good work We have a Dry Cleaning department in connection with the laundry whore especial attention is given to work for the ladies Call for us 127 Irvine street or ring 52 Work called for and delivered free Respectfully yours James W and Lucy Lackey Moore Suffered day and night the torment of itching piles Nothing helped me until I used Doans ointment It cured me permanently Hon John R Garrett Mayor Girard Ala 10 Reward For return or information leading to recovery of a large young red lox hound No marks except low small naked spots on bodyR H Crooke tf Richmond Ky Christmas Books Mrs Susie Duncan announces that she is now ready to take orders for all kinds of Christmas books Her list is complete from the simplest nursery rhymes up to the finest literature his torical religious and fiction Among her new books is The UncrownedKing by Harold Boll Wright tho author of The Shepherd of the Hills The Calling of Dan Matthews etc It has received the highest endorsements of public and press and is a book full of wonderful imagination beautiful description and might well be called a Christmas classic The well known Alger works loved by all children can be gotten from Mrs Duncan also the Little Colonel series the Carey books and any others one might wish Mrs Duncan also is agent for the delightful Abner Royce toilet articles and per fumes These are too well known to need description and are used by people of refinement everywhere Mrs Duncan will be glad to call on any one wishing oksfGl Christmas and will fill all orders promptly and with satisfaction Se eT For I represent the leading Commissioii Merchants IM Wilson Co of Cincinnati OUR Fruits and get ble- tre1in urp lea atdFISI well we have our competitors n tie run AsL RWunoaci lercbanta wbo handle our ood S ColtnanNeff 4PI Richmond Ky isve me your orders Ill be CLEVER RASCALS Rtbbersof Nape as Daring as They Are Resourceful SCHEME OF ONE LONE THIEF Masterly Manner In WMeh thkl Au dacleu Rogue Pilfered a Church Furnishing Shop and Corded Up Its Two Confiding Proprietor His name was Slpwr Domentco Doe for Dekhlnettl and be was beetsIliHHe For a scholar with a degree he enjoyed his meals rather Bare BtralBedly but after the spaghetti cad capretto had disappeared be used to slow hte pace over the flnocchlo con wIpeh15JNapoll Si sit Naples Della cit ta beautiful beautiful And what thieves are they in Naples It is the one city where you cannot lead a don key through the streets There did not seem to be much con nection between these and our puzzled looks said so Perche You dare not lead You must take him by the tall for when the unsuspecting peasant leads an ass laden with panniers or onions or wood into Naples before long he happens to glance back and behold all is gone produce panniers pack saddle all filched Thereafter he takes the ass by the tall and steers him through the streets that he may watch constantly PotIt te all organized Some years ago the leader of the robbers WaS the captain Everybody knew him When anything was stolen from one one went not to the police but to the cap taInTberowas a Uttle music master came home one day and found his pI- ano gone a whole piano and no one In the house could say how when or where it went The little man was distractedThen took heart and went to the captain and stood before him with his hat In his hands He was just a poor music teacher His piano was all be had in the world HGo Go Bald the cap- taIn At G this evening you have your plandl And about the time of the service that afternoon a wagon came to the little mans door and four men heaved out a piano which they set in Its accustomed corner then they drove off without a word Pol the music man went again to the captains bouse and began to thank him and to fumble about In his pockets saying that he did not have much about 20 lire all his savings 22 lire perhaps What twentytwo llrel yelled the other 1 who am rich whom men call the captain 22 lire to me You poor And he kicked him down the stairs But the most remarkable robbery was done not by the band but by a Neapolitan single handed One day there drove up to a church furnishing shop an equipage with two prancing horses and a liveried coach man and halted before the big win dows full of precious finery A beau tifully dressed little signor alighted and asked to see the proprietor He said he bad a cousin who would the next day be ordained bishop end he desired to purchase appropriate gifts First he would see a crozIer The pro prietor fetched a superb crozier of all ver the crook of It gold wonderfully chased and overwrought with carving How much asked the well dressed man Five thousand lire signor Good Tie It up and put It In tho carriage And let me see also a miter And again he chose the costli est one frosted with silver arabesques and beaded with pearls Ho sat down to write a check for 8000 lire altogether But no he would see also n bishops ring How much was this one Two thousand lire signor Good And that too went Into the carriage with tho miter and crozler Finally this princely customer would buy a complete vestnrc and decided on a figured alb broldered with cloth of gold from shoulder to foot Only he doubted will it fit But stay be said to the shopman you are a big man almost as large as my cousin See If the garment will fit you So the proprietor put it on and stood clothed In magnificence from cravat to ankleGoodlDenutiful1 Only the Waist My cousin happens to be enormous of girth Suppose you put your arms at your sides and I shall fix the girdle to include them That will about equal my cousins waist So be buckled the belt tight about the proprietors wrists and moved back to survey the effect Boun Bellisslma Most beautiful he cried And now signer buon giorno He skipped through the door into his carriage and whirled downtown At that Good day the proprietor let out one awful yell and bounded into the street Thief he screeched He crashed into astounded people tripped hi his golden skirts rolled and could not get up again People would not touch him kick ing and frothing and trying to point Thief thief would not even lookIn the direction of the vanishing carriage the police grabbed him dis covered that he was insane and a robber and hustled him to prison Pol they let him go next morning Phila delphia Ledger Not Worthless Ashley I always thought that Bees ling was leading a worthless l1f- eSeyrnouWaent he Ashley No his life was insured for a thousand Ex chance Ordered To Report County School Superintendents are being directed by State Superintendent of Publiclnstruction Regenstein to report to the State Auditor before July 1 of each year every public service corpor ation doing business in the county The County School Superintendents are also instruct ed to furnish the boundary of all school taxing districts to railtOAisandbrige 1iespauing thfough them In order that IheU conpftaieK may be properly esIS d upon their vnileage in the districts All such corporations must pay a special Bch xl tax and if IbaW been escaping Rag a fcein desires to rlo uptaa At Stocktons Thoe that desire The Louisville Times at any time CArt C nilt1emoD sale at StocktonssDlugioreYou san lOve orders for the paper to be Isit at jroar horn au4l will deliver it at the arli tp a1M0niaat after the train oom OUappoinimeBt I put it tlgbllt MlH t CI Tarpta t A t ii ll E ttr CSit at a table of 13 persons on Friday the 1 3th of the montB fCTLet a blck cat cross your path J Break a mirror CWalk under a ladder C SAnd bad luck wont touch your business if you advertise in this paper CTrade ads know no super fefitioli CIf you have goods to sell let the ad do it Cop7t4gW by w N U HIS GOOD FORTUNE When He Had to Work Ho Started a Dainty Rolling Mill 1 Was Just entering upon my thirty fourth yeat when owing to the failure of my wifes father 1 found myself obliged to make a living I had often Wondered where all the steel rails came from and now I det- ermIned to go into the business of supplying them to railroad companies Having learned through careful In jul ry that nearly all of them were made hi rolling mills I persuaded the owner of a bankrupt Iron foundry to convert it into a rolling zulU Then I went to a good reliable machinery man on the next block and told him to send me some of the very best rolling mill machinery that he had in his store Meanwhile my noble wife had not been idle and by the tune I was ready to begin operations she had In duced several of tho most brilliant women in society to agree to buy all their steel rails of us Touched by her unselfish devotion I clasped her in my arms while the tears coursed down my cheeks Then I called on a railroad presI- dent told him that I desired to become self supporting and asked him to buy some of my rails Ho told me to deliver a basketful to his place of business every Saturday night Greatly elated over my prospects I called together a number of working men whom I found idle on the streets and directed them to make some nico steel rails without delay and take them around to the kind railroad president Rejoicing at the prospect of steady employment the workingmen hastened to obey and tho rails that they made under my direction proved so durable that In a very short tune I had all the orders that I coud OIL I attribute much of my success to the fact that each rail Is delivered to the customer tastefully wrapped In tissue paper fastened with pink rib bonDellneator 9DINNER GUESTS Bad Enough to Be Late but to Be Too Early Is Unforgivable It is an accepted aphorism that one should never be late at a duel or a dinner Tardiness is unpardonable but the converse is also true If It is an offense to be late it Is unforgivable to be too early This refers solely to the dinner since duels are affairs of the past Overhaste may be flattering but it Is also Inconsiderate If the dinner Is Important enough to be called a func tion and the house in which it Is givr en is sufficiently large to be rated as a mansion the early guest may find a hostess still In her maids hands If instead a cottage and a simpler repast await one the housewife may herself be putting the last necessary touches to the salad In either case the hostess feels a warm personal approval and an ability for self praise if the coming guest is a little tardy Should the soup be cold or tho roast dry It Is not her fault she was on time Can anything be more harassing than the youdontmmdmedenr type of woman who always comes half an hour early and always wants to help Can anybody worship ones household gods turn away the nicks display the gleaming side In the pro faning presence of a comparative saidIWhen I have Just men coming Ispend my soul on the cooking when Its women I put my extra efforts Into burnishing the house when its both I almost kill myself and when they come too early I want to lie down and dieThe quality of mercy Is not strain ed It applies even to giving ones prospective hostess ample leeway for preparation Falling this Invitations ples9bea Not at All Private In the trial of a case recently In one of the English courts n witness was asked to repeat a conversation that Jectionshould not be answered because the natureTheness whether anybody except hereelt and husband was present She re plied that her mother cud Ute IHJS bads Brother were wbcreup a the JwJge wswarkedr It appears that both HanUieretOlewasiwbMe I Struck by Lightning A May riding la a train Zoned herself seated brthe side of aa oM ma tron who was ex dinglyt klgkdid tow What did you say miss eleetricltytOlOh ie ladeed I did Hg only teat 1M1ttoed Ni Exposure Fr Him tWboae tet dirM fabout to baiM a h UM Yon wilt want a southern wcpowre r aIDoeaaked the rebtteet onyouttpo ru get aaoOMr architect rta1LM VMgjit Kxhictio In PiWct sr NYeWIII yea be eta =M JIIIMtbY9U U Isatijt JIaUldDt 1 iwpeUei to wait until you have Aflrate begin thinking about insurance Dot now We vitn the best policies tf1an H Breck For paias in the idj or chest dampen a ptoe of flannel with Chamberlains I LiftlflMB sad bind it on over the seat of j 9 fet There is nothing better Fee v mroMow SHIlt VeeeeU VMJy1thThere to an old Cornish legend ef a phantom IIhtp wUch te seen in er off ortIIcurnoharborand which unlike moet ghosts has a terrifying habit of pursuing any Teeeel which It Bights If it catches Its victim there isa oolU lonbut BO roar of Inruehtag water At the moment of contaCt the ghost ship vanishes Into thin air and the paaaied crew of the other vessel rub their eyes la terrified amaaeffleat To any eec who knows the legend the vessel that saw the phantom ship to however doomed Before the sent New Years day she will be sunk In collision with another vessel or a rock One wonders whether the original of this phantom at all resembled that notable and appropriately named yacht Satanlta The Satanlt was a line and very powerful cutter which originally belonged to 3Ir C D Clarke and after card to Sir Maurice Fitzgerald The Batanlta was a hard weather craft but let the breeze be the least heavier than she liked and she would be seized with what seemed more like demoniacal possession than anything else and even with four men hanging on her helm she would sometimes take Charge and rush right up into the was the cause of several serious accidents the worst of which happened at the Mudhook clubs regatta In ISO On that occasion she was behaving In the most perfect fashion when suddenly and without the slightest warning sho flung all control and Just as a race horse will sometimes savage an opponent she dashed In a mad fury at Valkyrie II and sank her like a stone Well was the Satanlta called the demon jrttcht But it is not only sailing ships that act fit times In a strange and untie countabld fashion Some years ago the British warships Pique Mutine Rosario and Brltomart entered Kluklang harbor and dropped anchor in single file Presently a steamer which bad been discharging her cargo unan chored and began to steam out She was just abreast of the war ships when she suddenly made straight for the Pique The war ships officers and men saw the man at the steamers wheel doing all he knew to keep her off but she flatly refused to answer her helm and went crashing into the Pique smashing her boats and davits After clearing her she went for the Mutlne but luckily did not strike her full However she carried the Mu tines bowsprit clear away Not yet satisfied she made a rush at the Ro sarlo but by superhuman efforts on both ships the mad steamer was prevented from doing more than graze the third warship Something of the same kind was seen In tho Thames a few years ago when the British steamship Poplar turning to enter her dock was struck and cut down to the water line by the French vessel Cordilleras She at once began to fill and the captain or dered full speed ahead for the purpose of beaching her Instead of making for the beach the Poplar made a sudden rush In a great circle out Into the river smashing Into everything she came across Then as If filled with a spirit of revenge she made for the vessel which had so ter rlbly damaged her The Cordilleras tried In villa to get out of the way but the Poplar smash ed into her damaging her so severely that she too had to be beached Pearsons Weekly Styles In Teeth Pearly teeth are not the fashion everywhere One firm of artificial teeth manufacturers have to keep In stock molars of every shade of color from white to black There Is a steady demand for black teeth for Slam Java Batavia and Burma where the natives chew the betel nut which blackens the teeth For Persia tho teeth must bo absolutely milk white Recently an order was received from Bhavnngar hi India for some bright red and blue artificial teeth Smokers teeth are regularly supplied to dentists in shades to match those which have been discolored by rico tine Argonaut A Fish Out of Water Many people think that fish when taken out of the water die because air has a fatal effect on them The real reason however is that their delicate gill filaments or membranes become dry and stick together so that no air can pass between them Thus they lose the power to Imbibe necessary oxygen and the circulation of their blood stops Tho painful gasping of a fish out of water is natures effort to free the passage through the filaments Hop Pillows For Insomnia George III derived great benefit from the hop pillow prescribed for him by Dr Willis after other sedatives and drugs had failed and a similar remedy was eminently successful in 1871 with his late majesty King Edward VII then Prince of Wales who was suffer tag from typhoid fever Iiondon Tele graph Right on the Job X pupil had been naughty all day and the teacher sent him a note ordering him to stay after school The boy wrote an answer on his slate B IngDere Teacher Except the oner with pleasure Always keep mi engagements with the ladles Will be at the trlstlng place at 4 p inArgo naut It Is of no nse to wait for our ship to come in aaless we have sent on- eutAaon Free Sample For Babys Ills Something can and must be done for the puny crying baby for the child that refuses to eat and is restless in its sleep And since the bode of all health is the proper working of the digestive organs look first to lDackasdbowels freeBMVMMBtB taatMwtthttness of tep good appetite and sound r But 2t equally Important ta thessltgeneytofi Catbartici are too strong awl sake toeJKlOIIlrsouse of their bad Ute liave you ever IsaIafrthe shfld but there ta nothtax Miter to taeMluMIttIswavyougetcci 5dCar a bottle Just am e et tudIJetiiiwam that Of Mr A J 3scs et- 1IIat way UIl I atarta ft U tos1tJIII IsUhove a = to and yoo abeaM MM lw afree lIIagte or this rme1v5 u IWoII 1I8I8OIId71rI1J M to 10 IIIY IMIed yon tothefcbarp Iiptate yow CAM hiiwfH r piy to 1W In tJIe free pte NCIrc q1M a = Yif STALL mJi it L jf l iaptiEat rtaft we carry Wfcether Its a pIatIke a faJKf table delt I soaZeleiperted cheoe we haveit Memma I Back artWf Ie chosen many V- Msccertt I oredbesse It Ms procc n Beeh bcc4 petesfOf prehrnee RdI aece onour Ito aeaerevpIooarbgh I tac4trdofisak1 Gee at tile recent Icoetcet I sass Sec ttftemtotta te oar fee fe 1 A r CO i i ELECT I fiEjFF F I = a smooth and dainty blend trf selected hfeataad grown beaaUie I laarkefa choicest I The Blecta process of towcooking and drycurisg presC1e the genuine wace I I Bator Improves it Ion51 gmeet Coffee you artsure of j finest ltty a satisfaction that La Itbe would make Electa worth more I Iother coBee Compare it with any you ever drank E before tike the zouwg Savor I sad the rloitoas aroma ITa te and S 01 L Telephoned I sssS PAINTPAINT = = PAINIL And plenty of Wall Paper for everybody Our stock is never short never out of date Ask your neighbor about our work and goods W L LEEDS Third Street Richmond Ky Jas B Parke Handles Only the Best in Groceries Fruits- Vegetables As he sells for CASH ONLY his customers get the benefit of the lowest prices possibie- A Trial Order Will Convince You v f JAMES B PARKE CASH STORE Stapleand Fancy Groceries Phone 624 FIRST STREET For the Motorists We are offer a special Auto Glove at from 7cto3 See it and you will buy Have you seen the One FingerMitt latest thing in Auto gIoves Remember that we do any hing that is needed for a disabledautomobile and we do in the right way Ricnmond Motoi 4 P Ming Co Incorporated N V W H I T EThe Old Reliable Dry Goods Man Late Summer Fabrics are now fill ing our shelves also a complete showing of V School Dress ii M 1atertaWe carry ra full line of Novelties v and our Lace and Hamburgs Bre unsurpassed 4 Our cashsystem C of doing busbess QIiabte US to givesour customers h ESleci lJyLtwPricP We are tiwfeys gfed te have you1 u ncaI and inspect our goods c NV WHITE MSfrbokw- flviiij