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TIH r Six Pages Today c a 3 ithYEAR i RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 7 1910 NUMBER 27 1 WALL PAPER of Feed for the ck Burnside THE RICHMOND LIMAX IBest whom you ex pect so much as to strength and is surely in order See table is as good as yours buying grain oats co n from Robinson jfCoal Lime Salt Cement Sand and Plaster i Material RPHONE t Let The Climax Do Your lob Printing Im Convinced You Give I SquareDeal The above compliment was paid us by a satisfied customer hence dont you believe there be others of the same opinion flu a of less than four hundred peo pie with fierce competion on all sides we P in eight years up a Bunking busi ness or overI12500900 Resources P o hs B nk Drr iDt Lick Ky E L Woods Pres 1VC Fish VPres W G Romper Cashier O N Tenill Cashier z r t 1t A J We Sell May Manton Patterns J gIOcEach i QV r = n u c G r The Right Way to good work is o buy your paper front an up to date ne and get an uptodate paper hanger of speed that his by his r etc must town have built Asst HorseLexington Wants to be on Main tne of the Great L N System The Louisville and Nash ville railroad having acquired control of the Lexington and Eastern line according to a New York report a joint resolution is being prepared to be introduced in the General Council at its next meet ing which will be in Lexing urgingthrough trains to the South by the way of that city It was said by Mayor Skain that in this way the Council will seek to have the L N improve the facilities for passenger and also freight transportation from Lexing ton and will try to show the company the advantage of such a change It is under stood that the Commercial Club will also be enlisted in the work and will be asked to take up the matter with the officials of the road The plan which may be proposed to the company is to send the trains from Cin cinnati through Lexington by way of the Winchester branch and those from Louisville by Lexington instead of Junction City The advo gates of this plan claim that it can be done with little trouble and will materially increase the traffic on the southern trains The propo sition if carried would mean much to Lexington in a commercial way Heavy impure blood makes a muddy pimply complexion headaches nausea indigestion Thin blood makes you weak pale sickly Burdock Bitters makes the blood rich red purere stores perfect health P6oo9 912 W P BAXTER Hair Health If Yotr Have Scalp or Hair Troubles Take Advan tage of This Offer Wo could not afford to so strongly en dorse Rexall 93 Hair Tonic and continuo to soil it as wo do if it did not do all we cjlaizn it will Should our enthusiasm carry us away and Moral 03 Hair Tonic riot give entire satisfaction to tho users they would lose faith in us and our statements and in consequence our busi ness prestige would suffer Wo assure you that if Four hair is be ginning to unnaturally fall out or if you have any scalp trouble Rcsall03 lair Tonic will promptly eradicate dandruff stimulate hair growth and prevent pro mature baldness Our faith in Recall 93 Hair Tonic Is so strong that wo ask you to try it on our positive guarantee that your inoney will be cheerfully refunded if it docs not do as wo claim Two sizes 50e and 100 Sold only at H L Perrys drug store The ladies of tho Baptist Church will hold their Bazaar at the Masonic Temple on Saturday Dec 10 Lunch will bo served at noon nGt Are You Deaf Catarrh is Probably the Cause Get Rid of the Cause If you hare catarrh and have constant ringing noises in your cars look into the matter at once Its a pretty sure sign that catarrh Is spreading and is making its way through the Eustachian tubes that lead from the nose to the cars When catarrh gets to tho cars partial deafness follows If you have ringing noises in your ears go to B L Middel tons today and got a Ilyomei outfit and drive out catarrh To curo catarrh Ilyomei should bo breathed through the Ilyoraei inhaler for a row minutes four or fivo times a day Just pour a few drops into the hard rubber inhaler and breathe it It kills the germs soothes tho Irrita tion heals the infiamation stops hajvk ing spitting and snuffling Ilyomei keeps tho throat free from mucus and prevents crusts in tho nose Tho complete Uyomol outfit which includes the little indestructible hard rubber inhaler a bottle of Hyomei and simple instructions for use costs 100 Farm Notes At the Ewell Farm sale held at Spring Hill Tenn recently twenty nine mules were sold one pair bringing 405 Between 1600 and 1700- honsheadsof the 1909 pooled tobacco of Fleming county has been shipped to the Louis ville and Lexington breaks for saleThere are 4500 hogsheads belonging to the Fleming county growers =The State of Kentnctty ranked fourth in the list of producers of both chewing and smoking tobacco with nearly 45000000 pounds North Carolina led with Missouri Ohio Kentucky and Virginia following in the order named James S Bogie Jr de livered to C C McDonald eighty big cattle averaging 1453 pounds for seven cents per pound These cattle were contracted for the first of August and were an extra good lot Anderson Cand J S Bogie Jr sold to A Sid Hart Robert and Colonel Gatewood 2000 barrels of corn in the field at S3 per barrel straight The purchasers are big handlers of export cattle and will feed the corn during the winter Mt Sterling Gazette Livery Stable for Rent A splendid brick livery stable with 41 stalls five of which are box stalls good location on Irvine street in Richmond for rent for lOll This is one of the best livery stands in Richmond Call on or address tf C 0 WALLACE Every family has need of a good re liable liniment For sprains bruises soreness of tho muscles and rheumatic pain there is none bettor than Cham berlains Sold by Stockton Son dim Wrong anybody We Retire Go Carts We Liquid Veneer fI One reason why YQU will me llie rnot iiaxurioiis bed tie I 1t MATTRflS is that the natural springiness of cotton is magnifiedmany Special Web Process ofmaking felt layers We will explain thisrto you fully when you call 5jxty J LigJits t Free Trim L V 1050 1350 1600 and 2250 A L OIdiiarnUndertaking Specialty Shpppsrs Now Uichmond is becoming tho mocca for outoftown Christmas shoppers and it is surprising to know what a fine bust ness tho local merchants do with those who come to Uichmond for their parti cular needs Many of tho stores espec ially tho jewelry and chinaware establishments have already sold a big lot of holiday goods to those who came for the first pick Tho local merchants are the best advertisers in the country and they reap their reward They are not afraid to spend a dollar or two to let tho sur rounding country know what they have to offer for sale The Way is to buys lbr of old stockand get to hang it i for you Phone Sell m the times by the the more IIFAflLIGf FOR SALE BY A DOBROWSKY FIRST STREET A t =OOJJODOITIIIJDI olIj The est Wayo omI t SixPagesToqay y WALL PAPERI a J LackeyDav Telephone Night Telephone 76ITwo Good Things=== OUR COAL YOUR MONEY Lets Swap BlantonITELEPHONE 85 tt t We Sell 1Gay Manton 1Patterns IOc Each I All U j j t i t iityf J r 6111 I Jq t1 1 VIIr The best way to meet the comP tionoofcheap merchandise is not to sell something cheaper but = Q w f j charsge more than they areti t iS F f lWor r th we want your patronage but want to sell you satisfactory materials l- r rl i z kDuringb December we will endeavor to re= j 5 i j flIft fF Jc l cJ V tiW0 of r duce our stock and will offer plenty of lS f j i 1 1 E l J a bargains in all departments cq tpr jb 4 tt3 r rrJ j t h t y Especial attention will be given our Ladies Suit and Coat Department and we will be able to ktajs 2 V r r s jf1t r i pricesHriat will surprise you Also Mens Suits and Overcoats will be offered at prices far beIowtliey i Aft j 7 ll j r ii realvalue See them ife v s e hc 5 J e t r T Hfr Jf P it A EiTT s Si 4 r i t t ysTx ItjiHi s afi r I H rn1 1 t 9of 8n t fl Q wati Corner First Main f 1 Richmond Kentucky II r dif 0 0 5t r x u t I = J S i fit t r u uM J TA- c fc i1 0 rr t ii f rSANTA CLAUS w i tjr r w always stops at McKees for everything in the ffjiJ Sl 0 way of Novelties Come down and leave itRjti i i i your order for some of our I v 4 p jj1 Sterling Silver1 j j or we can show you the nicest line ofJewelry r J I I 4 Novelties we have ever had jr JWatchour windows and show cases just bet i fore Christmas t Ri r iiOWEN McKEE DRY GOODS COMPANY iill The Richmond Climax f rsettSBED HERT WOBESMT IT THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO InLOrporated r k AD Miller Pres and Mgr Steve K Vaught Editor HinW of PRESS an- dI PUBUSIERS je EIICE 100 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE WEDNESDAY DEC 7 1910 ETEBY Red Cross Seal isa bullet in the fight against the dread tuberculosis HAS the Auditors agent got you yoU J If that Mortgage noto wast listed youre a goner J Doc Cook now says he does not know whether he discovered the North pole or not A long time getting the real fact but ho got his name in the papers nnyway If the truth was known both he and Peary just took a hunting expo I diton HON Ben Johnson is a game rooster sure enough but he is likely to got in bad trying to show up the old war horse Senator McCreary in his fight for 1 the nomination for Governor lIe is alright in his own district but there are ten more in testate TUB manager of the C U football team was certainly a rum this year J His contract for the Thanksgiving game receipts at Lexington only called for 8000 States part was about 80000 Any fool would have known tho crowd would be there f 100337 is the official plurality given Gov Harmon over his Republican oppo nent Harding In Ohio Isnt it an awful pill for Bill Taft to swallow and his native state too What a repudia tion of his administration and brother Charlies Cincinnati Times Star i tSl TUE government has jumped on the Sugar trust now but of course it will amount to nil Uncle Sam has jumped off the Standard Oil and that big fine assessed at Chicago is the basis of a big I laugh from John D The government 30 attorneys 11 get sweetened before the trial progresses far 1 yo 1iU THE mothers of Frankfort were look- ingNa after their daughters interests with rat the bachelor Governors who were there last week Not unlike tho American mother who have been grabbing at g foreign titles Tor many years Marry position my daughter never mind the aftlnity part i VA telegram to the dailies says Caleb i Powers has been spending a few days Jn Georgetown among his many friends iaiid will go from there to Viseburg Ohio r to deliver his famous lecture Wonder 1f he gets 500 for this one IIes a fool if be dont charge those Buckeye suckers bout a 81000 theyll give it to hear I him talk FZ eVLTnol skipper ye Gods the ship flsinking Jim Howard is going to an JMoUce for States Senator from tho dis trict comprising Pulaski Whitloy Lau fxei Clay and Bell He is after Senator 1 Toe Bosworths scalp With Caleb be Sbiad kirn ho will undoubtedly win seafrJoe had better get Out of that fM88Qd come over and join his big q brj ther Henrys party J J 113 killed and 81 injured is thestatis I vtioe on the hunting season up to dato for ie oeuntry Kentuckys number is Me killed Michigan heads the list Jh 27 killed and 4 injured The Grthe4 a states show plainly that their UtMS are reckless and incompetant teir mortality statistics during the f4intlBif season is appalling They al aJS take their comrades for deer bear OOII etc and let fly at em RKTJ Dr Miles Saunders Well known kre Js deal after nearly forty years of k eIBthe Presby tcrln ministery at j JiboittB Bullitt county He was Ibiy years of age and was pastor o- fI Springfield church for thirty five yours It is a peculiar fact that many rt nsn minislrrs in Xentucky iJi ir first charge up until their r Mtfrwa the work 6t the master WM tlit ease with this belovedr r 8 jifHHtooi John G Carlisle and bid wife weJe Iwekt from K w York rMtinir ptwM and tK T i eold fairMly borytej read lR fOld Eeniocky lie n rCovjng Wekt OIl of tiwjrwwl opi of WIIIIIIOlhiit Ruunc when he wwi late 1 WulilngWa ad sood p b k yedjntrest lGfdie- onpeopt e WRUAtNt saed f inru dle1 with b j BAD Jake Noble is still hiding in the wildwoods so the dispatches from Breathitt say Its dollars to doughnuts lies in Lexington or Louisville a safer place for criminals than Breathitt THE Louisville Nashville railroad has acquired control of another Ken tucky railway and thus tightens its hold upon the railway traffic of this state Milton Smith the shrewd President works while the others sleep He secured the L E last week by assuming tho mortgage obligations Some time ago ho bought the L A run ning through this county and has about closed the deal for the Frankfort Cincinnati Southern Railway officials sat Idly by and let this road get hold of two of its best feeders in Kentucky viz the F a nnd L A Smith is putting his road into the Kentucky mountains where ever he can be shown a profit is forthcoming and if these other big ones dont watch out ho will soon have control of the Southern and Illi CentralWhat cut glass is the word from everyone who visits the Racket Store The prices will astonish you Hurry for the pick d73t BENNETT HIGGINS Are headquarters for Xmas presents Take a look at our fine easy rockers in oak mahogany and reed Wo also have shirt waist boxes screens book cases library tables doll beds book racks foot stools and lots of other things for the holidays d73- LPERSONALS I Dr G G Perry of Stanford was in tho city last week on business Mr Preston Smith has been in Somer set for several days the guest of friends LexinstonNicholnsville on a businesst rip Mr Robt McCreary of Chicago is hero for a visit to his father Senator James B McCrpary Mr T C Fuller a leading business man and cashier of the Boonovihlo bank was in the city Monday Mr and Mrs Frank Melburn returned to Lexington Monday after a pleasant visit to Mr and Mrs B Juett Mrs Mary B Clay is convalescing after several days illness at the homo of her sister Mrs James Bennett Mr and Mrs A D Miller returned Saturday from a weeks visit to Mr and Mrs C L Taggart at Barbourville Mrs F A Wood of DoLand Fla who has been the guest of Mrs J W Zaring has returned home Mr W D Richardson of West Irvine one of the leading merchants of Estill county was in the city Monday on busi ness Danville Messenger Miss Alma Rice of Richmond Mrs It S Scudder and Miss Samantha Ware of McKinney are visiting Miss Carrie Cunningham- Mr John Allman has moved to his new home on Collins street formerly known as the Barlow school building from Big Hill avenue Miss Mae Phelps who Is a trained nurse in Lexington was hero last week with her mother Mrs Samuel Phelps on Lancaster Avo Dr Cowley of Berca was here last week at the Pattie A Clay Infirmary to witness operations by Dr Joseph Price the celebrated surgeon of Bhiladelphia Mrs Nannie Douglas and daughter Miss lick Douglas will move to the city this week and occupy the residence at thecorner of High and Oak streets formerly occupied by Judge and Mrs J J Greenleaf Lexington Herald Mrs Paul Collins of Dillingham Wash and Mrs Evan McCord of Seattle will arrive Wednesday from Danville where they have been visiting as tho guests of Mrs Lewis Bosworth Danville Advocate Miss Lily Cecil who has been visiting friends ia Coving tngSheChenault of Richmond who will be her guest for several days reeeivingthoupon the arrivalof a new girl to their home on East MAIntrtet The little one made her appmrsflce last Wednes day and has beea christened Gladys Dean Mr and Mrs Lonlavillelnat w ie1Micthe guette of 11IHtjforAn excellent KkeMK of Mtoe twtfee Covington appeared in JIM Thursdays edijjnn of the LowiriH Tim Mia Cuv1utnsIasea Tralain XHrop- eiendelhibt d IiXaIte kyaudie4seeI- LhiZJU JjMel MsnoOna- tgiftodjowien Kl 3tt eflwan wJIIt IfOl tf 7aftertsooa atI fliottor to celebrate tW eigfatiiBthMttl ary of hJt birth EtVA number 0Jth Mwh rerponded to tke Invitlitlon and eajoyed Ihe elegtmt 19put The yeneg aawu tereIpi- etet many w H wWie- sMrJ T PetkSi formerly of thin county buZwbe left here nine years ago and located im tee Ok1isbaek for a bUiolMNlki lIeis delighted with the we term eenntry He is RSSGB of Mrs MahalaPerkiaswho resides on IJuingtooplkeKiK who has been abroad for soweiime tended fit Boston on last Friday and is expected home today She stopped off fer a short visit in New Tork to her nephew iir Benjamin Warfield Bennett Miss Lucia Buraam who was with her ra time oh the tour until reaohing Naples has gone to Rome for the winter Woodford Sun Mrs IL R Smith who has been ill for several weeks was removed last Sunday aiming to the St- Josephhospital Mrs Mamie Stock ton of Richmond arrived yesterday to assume her duties as housekeeper at the Woodford Hospital Mrs Stockton has had much experience and comes with the most flattering credentials as to ability and faithfulness Lancaster Record Mr Dan Chonault of Uchmondwas in Lancaster Tues day on legal businessMat S Cohen of Richmond was a visitor in this city TuesdayMrs Amelia Kavanaugh and Louis Francis of Richmond have been guests of Mr and Mrs A W Kavanaugh Mrs Cornelia Clay of Richmond was the guest of her niece Mrs George D Robinson Berea Citizen Mr Morgan Evans and little daughter of Richmond spent SOY oral days of las week with Mr and Mrs TJ ScrivnerMrs Dick Cliff was taken to the Pattia Clay Infirmary Sat urday for treatment Dr Murison Dunn of Richmond was in town Sat urday assisting Dr Cowley in tonsil op erations MrW D Jones of Richmond was in town Monday calling on the grocers Mr John R Gibson was host at a stag dinner last Monday evening at his home on West Main street in compliment to Mr Robert McCreary of Chicago who is spending a few days in the city the guest of his father Senator James BI McCreary Mr Gibson makes an ideal host and made tho occasion one long to bo remembered by those who wero fortunate enough to sit down as guests of this popular gentleman to such an elegant spread The table was beautifully decorated with pink carnations and largo yellow chrysanthemums artistically carrying out a color scheme Tim din ner was in six courses and covers were laid for eight Dr and Mrs C II Vaught entertained very informally last Tuesday evening at their home on West Main street at a reception to their friends to meet their distinguished guest Dr Joseph H Price of Philadelphia About forty responded to the invitations The Doctor in his happy jovial stylo and his charming wife assisted by Dr Price received the guests and the Yaught home which is noted for its hospitality was thrown open to those assembled for the occasion The punch bowl occupied a very con spicuousplace and was presided over with much grace by Miss Sue Smith During the evening a delightful lunch was served consisting of salads Sara toga chips turkey croquets et and coffee Miss Smith at tho piano gave an exhibition of her skill which added greatly to the evenings enjoyment and brought forth many high compliments from those who had never had the pleas ure of hearing this gifted young woman The Lexington Herald has the follow ing account of a reception of interest to Richmond people Mrs Lewis Bos worth entertained informally Thursday with buffet luncheon at her home on Ashland avenue in honor of her cousin Mrs Paul Collins Bellingham Wash ana Mrs Evan McCord of Seattle who hrvo come over from Richmond where they are spending the winter to be her guests for several days Tho house was decorated with yellow chrysanthemums in the library and hall pink roses in the parlor and pink roses violets and ferris in the dining room Mrs Bosworth wore a gown of cream chiffon cloth over cream satin with trimming of gold lace Mrs McCord was gowned in gray chiffon garnitured with dutchess lace and Mrs Collins in green messaline hand om broidered chiffon over dress and point lace Assisting the hostess in entertain ing wero her mother Mrs Wm L Neale Mrs Samuel Bennett Mrs Thos Mc Dowel Mrs Geo Shanklin Miss Mar garet Preston Miss Columbia Whitney Miss Anne Clay McDowell Miss Sarah Bonton of Winchester The table was lovely with with a mat of roses violets and maiden hair fern in the center surrounded with cut glass vases of tho samolovely flowers and the menu con sisted of delicious dishes Among the guests from out of town hero for the pleasant occasion were Mrs Collins Mrs McCord Miss Bottle Craig of Dan ville Miss Sarah Benton of Winchester Miss Helen Bennett Mrs Wailer Ben nett Mrs Nealo Bennett Mrs IIBHanger Mrs T J Smith Mrs Louis Neal all of Richmond A number of social affairs are planned in honor of Mrs Collins and Mrs McCord during their visit to Mrs Bosworth among thorn a bridge party this afternoon given by Mrs Alfred Combs a bridge party Saturday afternoon with Mrs Archibald Goodloe as hostess at her home oij Ashland avenue and Mrs George Shanklin will entertain for them Monday afternoon at her home on East Fifth street V BENNETT HIGGINS Have a flue line of holiday goods as well as furniture chairs now rugs etc Come early and make your purchase wo will put them aside and deliver when you want them d73t The Doctors Question Much Sickness Due to Bowel Disorders A doctors first questionwhen consult ed by a patient is Are your bowels regular He knows that 9Sw ceat f illness is attended with inactive bowels aad torpid liver sod that this condition must be removed getrtly aBd thoroughly before health CM be restored Resall Orderlies are a positive pleasant and safe remedy for constipation and bowel disorders in general We ar t so certain of their great curate value that we promiee lo return tll4ipures mi yitL every BMW wha they Jail to1 jiiiiiliiiii iiiiiin jVHrftiiliiii- Rexall OrderMeiTire entaa Wte candy they act quickly and ha a soothing areboxilniieshing lathienee 0Ii the entire isteeUmA inset ftyao noi purge gripe ese mume tUtaienoe eRees1Y JeaHMieeJk dwrrtib or other lr109dtoUu TWS1aeead1OL Sold by il jWhri theJUciMt Wow will oas tte M ftye other piwp K yoa doUbt lttezlaandenod7t BPOEt Htiiti Memorial 5ervkes Last Sunday at Presbyterian Church Est Memorial Day a most topee ant event with the Benevolent and Pro teetive Order lElks all ever the land was fiittisgiy observed in this city JMt Sunday by Richmond Lodge No 881 The program was a beautiful one aatf the exercises took place at the Presby terian church with Rev 0 C Marshall as the principal speaker The ceremonies OH this occasion are very impressive and are in memory of the departed brothers The motto of Elkdom The faults of bur Brothers we write upon the sands their virtues upon the tablets of love and memory is also exemplified on these occasions This is known among Elks chiefly as a Lodge of Sorrow and is one of the mostbeautiful tribute that living Elks pay to those Brothers who have crossed over the river of Death The names of the dead brothers wore called In the general roll call of the lodge and at thu same time the solemn silence preyailed attesting the respect of the living broth presentThere twentyone names on the list of dead of Richmond Lodge No 581 as follows THOMAS J SCOTT A WILKES SMrrit JAMES W SsirruV AT PISS DAVID H MTEES EUGENE F HUME AKLIE 0 WELLS SAMUEL F PnELra DAVID PMcConnB- ARiGY KELLEY W S HOME R W MIELER A A CURTIS WILLIAM B BRIGHT J TALBOT JcKsOV v- Aw T DOUGLAS D W IBVEJE J W GATKBTOX Tuos J DOUGLAS J B DOUGLAS W A THOMAS JOE CHESAULT The following excellent program was rendered and enjoyed by one of the largest assemblages ever gathered in Rich mond for a similar occasion PBELUDE OBGAJ Cnorn Miss Crowe- QUARTErlTERUSALIDt EMEBSON Miss Bright Miss Traynor Mr Arnold Mr Traynor OPESKQ EXERCISES Exalted Ruler andLodgo OrExisc OnsGmeir RULER OF THE IUivnusnBy Members of the Lodge INVOCATION II to MtAs5MkLocJt4ig ASaUCTasIsR II RE VaiTDTBH uI- abQrrHy y IIiSSVI4UYAXV AaMm Rtv C C nMU c S nuiro SolO BrratK RBWWMBB GouioD Misllaager ur PjtiYak ILulBliL CLOWSS xxncisie- Officers ef Lodge DxOLOeyPR HE GOD rawc WHOM ALL BLSMCSM FLOW BKOHHCTIOS MAHCHE OBGAN Miss Crews Beautiful Manager Baxter of the opera house gave the patrons of that popular place a big surprise last Thursday evening when ho displayed a beautiful new drop curtain It is the work of the American Scenery Co and is most artistic It is fire proof and contains the names of RichIthe old time water mills oaSilver Creek in this countyV BENNETT HIGGINS Xmas novelties are now open for inspection Smoker Stands Slipper Boxes Taborets Shaving Stands Plate Racks Cedar Chests and many others All of these make excellent holiday gifts 3t Court Day Monday was a very quiet day tbo wretched weather being responsible Manager J J Embry of the Madison Stock Yards reports about 600 cattle on the market with the price from 3 to 4 12 cents About two car loads of mountain cattle was all that came from out of the county Warfield Bennett purchased from Charles Dunn a bunch of fat cattle for 5 14 cents Mules were hero and so were the buyers but the prices asked were a little too steep and very few changed hands p Advertised Letters The following letters are unclaimed in the Richmond to date of Decembers 6th All persons calling for these letters will please say advertised Bracci Uella Bennett James Mr Coo S H Crome E Mr Evins Sary Miss Editor Daily Paper Dollie Mrs Feeback Walter Gouch D Mr Johnson J T Mr Kiest Frankie Miss Lain J A Mr Littleton J D Mr Mack G W Rev2 Morgan Lizzie Mrs Morton Manda Nolan Florence Miss Oldham L A Mrs Scanlon J Thos Simpson Mary Smith Katie Miss1aylor Hugh Dr Tribble Pattie Miss Winburn Sidney Yates Mary E Miss 0 0 Wallace P M The Hot Blast Air=tight Florence Burns Soft Coal or Slack and all the smoke and gases No filling up of the stove pipe or flue with soot No dirt or outside the house It will burn hard coal and all the gases which from the hard coal base burner It will burn wood or saw dust wet or dry Itwill produce onehalf less ashes than any other stove on earth with any kind of fuel and leave no clinkers or half consumed fuel FOR SALE Douglas Simmons Deatnerage A Few Reminders for Christmas ShoppersVV Come as early as you can and miss tho crowds When once here dont leave until you kayo seen all thatinterostsyou Whatever you do dont miss our RING DISPLAY Take advantage of the privilege wo offer of laying articles aside until wanted Come again and again if you wish IAnd donH forget please that Jewelry giving doesnt necessarily mean spending a lot of money Dont forget that Jewelry is the gift of gifts And dont forget that we are able to match the values of larger cities We Invite You LE LANEBig Watch Sign 210 Main Street uu Bring YourHusband with you to see II hop machinery or oa the farm with automatiC harvesters He will appreciate He will not wall oeW forth machine II to of for o you will be as Antvwtlc Shuttle =Ketseec court postofflce Eaister inside escape FREE faJniIyitia whichhasntbeenimproved 25yeanBot enthuisadcabout auchiRlJlftWementt IIThe l1Ie ReIHy SiIeGI Pitt- l1Ie The biLyeick Mg lie IIidc lI8t ewlllllt IIIU el is the Only Insured Sewina Machine The Free Atiaohmeato are ef tit besemar Cern aesdesk rVV 11 IlfV1asorkath Nothing more suitable for a Christmas r 0 Gitta present for the whole house hold = iething that YOJl will always be proud of r c Lun1anHi oil1s J Furniture Carpets Stoves o Opp Hotel Glyndon West Mair Street PanoJa Rev Early of Lexington occupied the pulpit at the Christian church here last Saturday week Rev M V Wilkinson of Lexington was a visitor hero tho past week Mr D F Sharp and son Dewey have returned from a trip to Tennessee O T Cur has purchased a new rubber tired buggy for next spring Mr Andy Frazier is on the sick list Mr Solon Kindred and wife leave this week for Franklin OhioVMiss Nell pharp visited relatives in Richmond last week The people of this vicinity enjoyed a shpw at the church Tuesday evening Tom Young of Kingston visited Tom Kindred and family last week Miss Fannie Cox of Waco visited her sister Mrs Solon Kindred last week The Markets The following quotations are furnished by Mr Stone Norman tho leading Com mission merchant in this section Rain street Richmond Ky Highest cash prices for all country product Mr Norman quotes todayon the following Eggs28ctsLargeSmall springers 10 Hens i 7 DuxJull featheredL8 L Goese X 7 5jSTurkeys FeathersVBeef AOf 1 Tallow wiilii5Beeswax Ji25Ginseng j 15M V f0-A healthy man is a king in his own right an unhealthy man is an unhappy slave BurdockBlood Bitters bnilds up sound health keeps you well t4 Scared Up People who put their money in In somethingIr genera ly get bit Many Richmond and Madison county people who hold policies in the Citizens Life Insurance Company rof Louisville are terribly uneasy OB count of the followingspccial from Louis yule Charging gross mismanagement oh the part of the officers oftire Citizens Lire Inuranc Company and HeJ tering pf fictitious subscript jqae to the companys capital stock on Jfe books in ordir to decelvg tire InsurSnce ommissioner of the State Cicero Ray nold Arthur L Carter R B Young IdenIplaintiffs aver that the deftirikiM company has never compiled with the laws of the State since its organiza tion and therefore is ooll1 au thorized to do btMfoess It Is charged ttwt the supposedly heM J5le becrtp tkms to the companys stack were pure iy ttctitioui but H obtslftcU a liesnss to eiJaand a1rf of sfcanM of the- oompanjsapital stock at a prewiuza rMe ttwO4krs orone4 i fc further obiipd that tot payarttkU mid by this pMntUT juid other boom las iMbeoribent the promoten ot ttw- pany turned the co 1iatQ eteokJobbing KhII1 for personal profit land Paid out for promotion eXV M the 11101 12GOtO and that such urineoessjtry expenses have in prttawl the companys capital sad hive vhoily rendered the company tneoiv M M brought about dissension tMldjk oonJ Mnong the oftteers aeC fa Bar direetont of the oomjooy t Tie Crowning QMt I- 1Jt Jpf all is an Appropriate Though x Ip Not Necessarily Expensive J g Gem or Jewel You cannot think of Christmas gifts more acceptable to your friends than jewelry No other kind ofa gift carries so much sentiment or feeling of apprecia 1tiV v Contrary to the general impression it is not necessary to choose expensive gems or jewels The impor tant pointis make proper selections The advantages Of buying at this store are many We carry none but dependable goods Our prices are inno case higher than elsewhere and in many in stances you will find them much lower Every article in our stock is absolutely guaranteed to be just as presented There is no qualification to this guaran ty We have an expert force of salesmen who are ready to and capable of suggesting gifts that suit your needs and fit your pocketbook If you buy at this store you will find holiday shop ping a pleasure and the friepds for whom you buy will find permanent satisfaction in the presents rouchoose Think this over Come to our storeV and seeour beautiful holiday display Investigate our store service Visitors are quiteas welcome as buyers Please bring your friends along and inspect our stock todav or tomorrow while k the lines are still full and complete M kttth111 Richmond Ky J1 Corner Main and First Streets Telephone 80 For Sale A Waltham watch excellent time piece jeweled movement Will sell for 500 if taken at once Apply at this office Public Sale I will offet at public sale on the promises on West Main street at Tl oclock am on- Wednesday December 21 1918 The Fine Brick- Residence placeThislit Richmond contains about 10 rooms LJ in a splendid state of repair Is on a largo lot 100 front by 360 deep nnd has plenty of room for a good garden Possession will be uhen Jim 1911 An opportunity to secure a beautiful For further Information call on or address- J H FRAZIER Wbltcsburjr Ky Terms made known on day of talc For sale Nice residence on corner Fifth and North streets Apply tf D M STEVENSON LOST Cravnriet Overcoat between Moberly and Waco Return to M Wides Jf k f7 ffJ Residence on summit and store room on Second street occupied by J B Wal her also three rooms over store Itf C TFOX Ask for a Gov nr Made in an factory and with honest goods Its fine Only a lr Christmas Poultry and Game A McCreary independent can be seen at its best here Provide your Christmas table With it and you will enjoy the finest the mr et affords The poultry is all young fresh killed and hand picked The game is just right for eating ouhI 11IIJ4lfancy C C CULTONSuccessor to Douglas CultonV 1 231 WEST MAIK STREET TELEPHONE 126 J j = LET US SELL YOU H- c 11 CALORIC jlf 3j m 1MAS1 ForRentl9li nickel An occasionalsun J aStearnslast comfortableSTEARMS f MATTIESSWiltmattress If youJrW as muchabout them ntnitwy hair buyStensFog as wc dov2L w lIdtooIIF Ftfcftfc GRADES OF JPEmoijrv 11 1050w r II ILILA i r DHAMLACJC o J U WIND UWG LASS tEIand Putty all sizes prices always the lowest We MintI1asI PaperWindow Shades WlllG1NGPaints Oils es Pictures s all 213 West Main Street GROCERIES = Is Our Specialty i1 Get our pricesno trouble to show Yb 1 goods Highest cash price paid for i Country Produce IR YOU CANT COMES Telephone 16 or223 Sewell McKinneY 140142 North Second Street Important to Christmas Buyers We have a houseful of Christmas presents for young and old Glass and Queensware Pictures and Picture t 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 tr Taper Come in and look at our line t B Juett Son ik 208 E Main Opera House Building r THE FINESTAssortment o- fVEHICLES to be found in Central Kentucky are now on display at out Fa tort on Water Street If you need a Buggy Carriage W agon tocorngirtother floras I LdckeyColyerWater Street Richmond Ky T a y 1 o r Old ha m Invite your attention to their Model Radiators and Wonder Q k treating Stoves f Te est the market affords r j Wiwvir iLe B 5Gooking Stoves Made We also sell and rec6mmend the SUPERIOR WHEAT DRILL = the best made tIrit2QRii New Meat Market 7NI JenningsCofSecond Street Parks old stand the finest of I Fresh Meats Always on Hand o Fresh r o 1 Vegetables V andy the best Game in season alephottie 670 Ifwe cant handle the best we woat handIany We solicit yocff trade W M JenftintYs CO TjTCI lt10 r The Famous R YIs the Lamp of Real Beauty because it gives the best light of all lamps Rayo gives a white soft mellow diffused lighteasy on the eye because it cannot flicker You can use your eyes as long as you wish under the Rayo light without strain The Rayo Lamp is lowpriced and even though you pay 5 10 or 20 for expensivedecorations light than the lowpriced Rayo gives A strong durable shadeholder holds the shade on firm and true This seasons new burner adds strength and appearance Once a Rayo User Always One n nOT BLAST Dealers Everjvhetf If not el yours uritt fcr demffWr eiyotkestandaIncorporated A globe Air Tight A iiabowing HOT Burns Slack or Soft Coal Without Soo- Heats double the space heated by any other Clean The Kind Buy for Service money people good stove honest price it will it SOLD EXCLUSIYEJ llY WeD Buckley Co East Street Persian LambC = O = A = T Away by MrsJMBarlowCo Now on display at Richmond Millinery Cos Store A coupon given each entitles Everythingbusiness but to continue a new line now on and will continue everything sold s Temporary Heat QniC Hy Did you ever stop to think of the many ways in which a window while you undress at night and then it off a match in the you get out of bed and you have heat you dress earlybreakfastheat can get immediate warmth from an oil heater and then turn it off pianoInhave warmth from an oil heater while she plays and then turn it off The of the family who has to walk the floor on a cold win ters night with a restless baby can temporary heat with an oil heater and then turn it off Th- e3MStiit 3 Absolutely smoJbcss Is in its quickly giving heat Apply a match and it is immediately ct work for nine hours Without refilling It is safe smokeless and odorless It has a damper top and a cool An indicator always shows the amount of oil in It has an automaticlocking Mantle spreader which prevents the dropbackThe burner body or gallery cannot become wedged and can be lckly unscrewed for Finished in japan or nickel srong durable well made built for yet light and ornamental Dealers Evtryalurt yours write fin dticrifi cirtskr th egecey Standard Oil Company leeerperatei TUBULARBELLCHlME The Herschede Hal dock a a timepiece a tubular chine and an article of fiankure for home ofic or iratkubon appeak alike to utity refit and musical teats The perfect KOvetDeat KMHies conecteeM of time the soEd oak or maho aBy case with dace 1iHs odonu to good ieand Ae melo tlieuartutbullar chimeowtdg the and quarters after the peek if WhUagtoa or Wettameter serve as a pUanng rem of- the pateinc how The fikyr styles Bveampie choke m ds and the moons phases in the dial stein We are saW agents for The Henehade Hal Clock Co of dm city aad wlsead iustoated t oaRquaLu by Maul Yottcanpochaseifc of Dino k std Sikw ShAMPti Gad sad Silm Jewefcy Mantel OcclB Ete titoorCorwspoodooce D pftmeatat aaCcatotlamdelltpuoa s lTts JcnrabM CnlilMillli- iT JFrwik Co H nchod Idtef Fawrdi Street Fist o L BLAST Smoke or stove with half the fuel neat economical to A saver for who want a at an See in operationyou like Main Given with purchase with This sale is until is turn Apply morning when while member get and odorless invaluable capacitYof rewickmg hours iaaa Gift Kfewcb HogKilling Time How to Cure Bacon and Make Sausage to Get Best Results The crisp cold and clear tingthe glorious og killing season a popular indulgence with many of our farmers An other item in connection with hogldlling is how to get the best results which is thus given by one schooled in the business in the Farmers Home Journal Block out your hogs as soon after killing as possible to facilitate cooling The following day trim hams and shoulders close and cut off the thin part of the middlings for bacon assort joints into two or more lots depending upon size of hogs butchered Weigh one or so of each lotto approximately get the average weight in each lotI Htday for each pound for example say one lot will average fourteen pounds per piece this lot should remain in salt fourteen days under favorable conditionsthat is weather when meat takes salt rapidly Very hard freez ing weather meat does not take salt find three or four days should be allowed Meat should be raised and the salt rubbed in again wellon the third clay after it is put down Use twehe pounds salt two pounds granulated sugar and two and one half ounces of saltpeter to the hundred pounds of meat When all the meat is hung including the heaviest lot of joints smoke for three days with green hickory ash or maple hickory preferred From twenty to thirty days after meat is smoked it should be sacked in light canvas or heavy paper bags At this time dip each piec in water that is very near boiling and rub on a mixture of one half pound red peper and five pounds of brown sugar The dipping will any insects and make justmentioned stick well Meat put up according to the above directions has a very delicious flavor excellent color and will keep indefinite 1ysTo make good sausage have one pound of fat meat for each two pounds of lean as near as you can come at it To each three pounds of meat use one tablespoon each of salt black ground pepper and good country sage To sprinkle the seasoning over the meat before grind ing distributes it nicely but hand working is necessary for nice light sausage and should not be neglected Sausage may be packed in crocks and a skim of melted lard poured on top of it or may be stuffed in long cotton bags or put in casings The latter can be obtained at about three cents per pound which is cheaper than preparing at home Here Is A Remedy That Will Cure Eczema v We Prove It Why vrristo time and money experimenting with greasy salves and such trying to drive the eczema germ from underneath the skin when II L Perry guarantees Zemo a clean liquid prepara tion for external uso to rid tho skin of the germ lifo that causes tho trouble One application will relieve the itching and often times ono bottle is sufficient to taro a minor caso of eczema In over 2000 towns and cities in America the leading druggist has the agency faremo and ho will tell you of the marvelous cures mado by this clean simple treatment Zemo is rec ognized as the cleanost and most popular treatment for eczema pimples orIscalp affections whether on infant or grown perSon IVill you try a bottle on our recommendation Perrys Drug Store A Better Way The old practice of shaking a fire down removing the ashes filling up with coal and turning on all of the dampers is one of the most wasteful imaginable Slight shaking several times a day a few shovels of coal applied every lets hours aud with drafts half open means a Uniform steady fire that will give the greatest amount of Beat at a minimum consumption of eorvL This makes the burning of soft coal a possi bility wthotrt smudging the landscape with soot and thehouseIfenjfe hyi rig weaken the bowels eau e chronic constipation Deans Itegulats operate easily tone the stomach sure constipation 2fic Ask u your druggist for them Nature makes the cures after all Now and then she gets into a tight place and needs helping out Things get started in he wrong direction r Something needed to check disease and start the system in the right direction toward health Scotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil with hypo phosphites can do just this It strengthens the nerves feeds famished tissues and makes rich blood FOR BALE BT LLDUUGGIZTa Send Kc name of roper and this ad for oat beautiful casings Dank and Child Sketch look Each bank contain a Good Luck Pcnor SCOTr BOWNE 409 Pearl St Yee York L Shop Early ave Mercy oh the Clerks and alsp Get the Best Service For several years an effort has been made to lessen the extra pressure of work which during the holiday season falls on the salespeople in a shops says Margaret E Sangster in the Womans Home Companion for Decem bet on those who deliver goods on the postoffice em ployes and in the express office the country through Never have I seen young women so tired haggard and ragged out as are those who the public in the weeks preceding Christmas The hours at that time are much longer than usual and the endeavor is to meet the de mands of anxious and hurried customers who do not know what they want and are be wildered amid the variety of tempting articles displayed mentallythe conepur suits are worn to shreds mightbeconsiderate and if the caution came too late for this year itesen Books and packages sent by mail and gifts trans mitted by express as well as the vast bUlk of Christmas correspondence shouldstretcnoyer December in tead of being congested in the two and three days be fore Christmas ir Importanft itI- iu plopeIrties of the Grape are fbar 1IBaking Ab meBJJt iii 11 tothefcocLthceby made moret 11t arid t digestiblef Moores Air Tight Stoves othersAskD Q SHACKELfORD and Ctn Main Street West Telephone 3- 3jtTis TitHe Right Now To Be Choosing That Christmas Gift vwaysdead No Matter How Much or expect to spend even are going buy any thing at and see us We warrant every article in our store to be exactly as represented Wines Whittingtn New Law Regard 6 l Statistics of Births and Deaths Goes in Effect Jan 1st When the last legislature was in session it enacted a law in regard to vital sta tistics or statistics of births and deaths It is quite voluminous and covers a dozen or more pages of printed matter It provides that the State Board of Health shall appoint a Registrar in each district On the occasion of a birth the attend ing uhysician or midwife shall report the date sex and other things to the Registrar Where a person dies the undertaker must report the name place cause of death and numerous other particulars to the Registrar Nc sexton or undertaker is allowed to bury cremate or place in the the body of any person without making the properreport under penalty of a fine ranging from twenty to one hundred dollars Each incorporated city or town shall be a separate district and Registrars shall be ape pointed alto for country districts Printed blanks for these reports are to be pro vided by the State Board of H a thrhere ire many other provisions of the law but these are among the most prominent The law goes in to effect on January 1st In some places women have been appointed Registrars but if any applicants have applied the positions in Richmofid or country pre duets wo have not heard of them The quicker a cold is rid of tJw less the dang r from pacuiaefii said other serious diseases B WHtIcWaverly Va wysr L ie Chum berlafins h Rfady to beabela4 jy tpeep rdoa sat thS ffct4 for Colds 1 bay r 6 MM 4 djt t my tried and thy atf a eee with uFor sale by Soohkx w tlm- lIr Bobt R amhaa itMd to his Tire Goapaatet Tit Clay JlT Insurance 00 y Key lucky companjv with 500000 aaphal and surplus Support yhoate kutitution and demand a policy in this saw eoja I I The prevailing idea that good Jewelry is al wrong This fact you know if you have ever traded at our store The giving of Jewelry is more a matter of knowing what to buy than how much to pay how little you if you not to allcome in Richmond Kentucky In to vault for gotten Ceu the Insuranc irpnry NOTICE pricesforWool Will treat you right- I pay the HIGHEST MARKET PRICE for FURS Ring phone 363 M WIDESRICHMOND KENTUCKY WINTER TOURIST TIC- KETSFLORIDA TO AND ALL SOUTHERN RESORTS ON SALE DAILY c- L1 T 4a GOOD RETURNING UNTIL MAY 311911 FOR Full PARTICULARS CAll ROUTEORfL C KINO Parsecset and Ticket Agcnt1015 Main st LnXINGTON KY CrossettShoes for Men Sally Walked t Shoes for Children JUDGE WISEBusiness Philosopher Dear Peoplel have come to Richmond un der contract with John E Sexton to entertain you hometomission is to amuse ad benefit the and in telligent audience within sight of my picture Latest Styles in all Leathers in V Ladles Footwear 200 to 5oa Bar ain Counter Saturdays t i r J Bk4 and Tailoring House in = JVew Quarters = We are established in our new in the old City Hall building and are better prepared than ever to care for your skins Bring us your Hides Furs and Iron Fresh Groceries and Vegetables in se- asonIhurman Grocery =Companyy Can You Keep a Secret at once and see the line of Skirts choice Dresses Suits Coats and Furs at a low price Its the questton nowturn this stock into cash J0 B WALKERLadies ReadytoWear Goods Second Street Richmond Ky Rural TelephonesMr Farmer Make your home as modern for your family as a city rei quotationsaayyou and your neighbor can get for If sum that is small compared with the ben headquartersIaahvilleimmediatf1ymterestLouisiana and the Southern portion of Indiana and Illinois EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE CO Incorporated What About jThat Leaky Roof sk T We have a big lot of Red Cedar Cypres and YellowPine Shingles r Yours for a Square Deal L Blatfton =Congleton- r Lumber CoI Successors to Ed Blanton Co An Admirable Assortment of Exclusive Styles Lynx Pointed Foxes and Minkr r oJ IThne of the fashion favorites in fur neckwear These Jars lead gracefully to tho completion tho beautifully gowned women The defflad for these stylish fail be unusually heavy tbk loaiB- BIa iipreseat coapletness of this s perb stock therlIea a werfHl FYeJiKMt yiag furs now and lit reasonable prices lower than eise f 1 IDvery eorrecl tsttiis represeated naay of tIe ceaee tieM beta Iw lMie elwtielY Old fun T mttiiitA aad repaked aA aswall cost tooskMk aew a J L f Low nth8I k Pwrev nrLxia Ei Slerl nu- Clothes ARE THE BEST- CLOTHES Beech Tailored Ready to Wear Guaranteed not to Shrink or Fade 50 years experience the factory guarantee in suits allszes from smallest boy to largest man Newest stock iri city to select from Fine Line New S- tyleHats and Furnishing Goods Suit- Cases Trunks Umbrellas etc at lowest prices for high class goops StoufferrOldestEstablished Clothing Richmond quarters LadiesC- ome 500 425tLFURS 1acturbd Dr Robt C Boggs Dentist Telephom 267 Office in Oldham Building R Emmett Million Successor to Unrein If Ue- nnrDENTIST Over CompauyTELHONn Harry M Blanton DENTIST trOmce ID Bcnn3tt BuIibg- Eaniy tLPdONB 196 H L PATRICK DENTIST Paint Lick Kentucky Crown Bridge and Inlay work a Specialty Office In Bank Building GREENLEAF HERRINGTON Lawyers Office in Douglas Simmons new Building on Second Street opp Court House lASOJiIJ V ATTOONEYATLA H10HMOND KENTUCKY oposit8 Dr C H Mainhart Graduate iereofSurgeonOffice Office Phone 99 Res Phone 532 r Richmond Ky Jo T t FERKIELL Real Estate Agent Oldham Buildi- ngRichmond Ky H e DOTY SURVEYOR soH cage of those its patronneeding services of a competent man Address RICHMOND KENTUCKY James Hunley Will buy or sell your house farm town lots or anything else in the Real Estate line Any business intrusted to him will be promptly and Seehimed Give DAVE FREEMAN A Share of Your Fire Insurance Business He Will Appreciate It He repreeentstha Bret Fire lBauranc Companies ia the business and guaran tees satisfaction Consign Your Live Stock 4TOCCSeaICo- Ui Stock Yards Ciftciiiiti O Aid ce1vet 41 tmark t Vir aIIiwe are the krgeat order b tlymjia ibe Ciaeiifflfttt market w SRRI3 oute4 iTThe wbft Mri ttktries I Mfe aa4 fire HMUMMM Dan H Br ok IM- MIrfbsrt police lf WANT GfrIU oWork ia the 05eY alPh rM c ikte 0 cOV cJlfJCIJtat- yciprtftma esa line eidn Jo aheartymcal I a woW j utbilllIJetobllioi AItisaws DOlhow We wriUth bust ytUttm tf DIm L fbe lckltoldC1iDUfx IMtlT VkY K THE CUMAX PRINTING GO Incorporated ADMiUfioPresand Mgr Steve K VMight Edit Umlfp If KENTKKt PItHS AIIeO4ATI- IIItM tut W6THCT PJSUSIEG LEAWC ICE1OO PER BIN ADVANCE WEDNESDAY DEC 7 1910 ABBeHBcemeats FOR SHERIFF We ore authorized to announce EIiMER DEATHERAGB a candidate for Sheriff of Madison county subject to the action of Democratic party We ore authoiteed to announce JORN B isALDWIN a candidate for Sheriff ol Mod Don county subject to the action of the- Democlaticparty We are authorized to announce N J3 JONES candidate for Sheriff of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENCE 3EN1ANINperintendent of Public Schools of Madison county to the action of the Democratic party FOR JAILER We are authorized to announce MORGAN TAYLOR a candidate for Jtiller of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR ASSESSOR We are authorized to announce W F ARMAN a candidate for Assessor of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR COUNTY CLERK We are anthot lied to announce XaRue CI Rouse a candidate for County Clerk of Madison county subject to the action of Democratic party All My Pimples Gone Girl Tells How a Blotcby Skin Was Cleansed by a Sample Wash I was ashamed of my face writes Miss ilinnio Pickard of Altataahaw N 0 It was all full of pimples and scars but after using DVD D Pro scription I can say that now there is no sign of that Eczema and that was three years ago II D D D has become so famous as a cure and Instant relief in Eczema and all other serious skin diseases that its value is sometimes overlooked in clearing up rash pimples black heads and all other minor forms of skin impurities The fact is that while D D D is so penetrating that it strikes to the very root of Eczema or any other serious trouble the soothing Oil of Wintorgreen Thymol and other in gredients are so carefully compounded there is no wash for the skin made that can compare with this great household remedy for every kind of skin trouble- D D D pleasant to use perfectly harmless to the most delicate skin and absolutely reliable A 25 cent bottle will give you positive proof of the wonderful effectiveness of this great Son Richmond Ky For Rent Residence and six acres of land near city limits on Big Hill pike Apply B B Boen if R D No1 Berea Ky I had been troubled with constipation for two years and tried all of tho best physicians in Bristol Tenn and they could do nothing for mo writes Thos Williams Middlesboro Ky Two pack ages of Chamberlains Stomach and Liv er Tablets cured me For sale by Stockton Son dlm iO Reward For return or information leading to recovery of a large young red foxhound No marks except few small naked spots on bodyR H Crooko tf Richmond Ky Stop itching instantly Cures piles eczema salt rheum tetter itch hives herpes scabbies Doans Ointment At any drug store dlm 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 tho simplest nursery rhymes up to the finest literature lila torical religious and fiction Among her new books isTho UncrownedKing1 by Harold Bell Wright the author of The Shepherd of the Hills The Calling of Dan Matthews etc It has received tho 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 begotten 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 Royco toilet articles and per fumes These are too well known to need description and are used by people of refinement everywhere Mrs Dun can will be glad to call on anyone wish log books for Christmas and will fill all orders promptly and with satisfaction When you have a cold get a bottle of Chamberlains Cough Remedy It will soon fix you up all right and will ward off any tendency toward pneumonia This remedy contains no opium or other narcotic and may be given as confidently to a baby as to an adult Sold by Stockton Son dlm SeeMe For I represent the leading Commission Merchants I M WilSQflVCO ofCincinnatiS un Fruits and VegiBtiHesb ar unsurpassed suidFJSH well we hare pur competitors on the run AsV iRcitoo l merdbauts who Uollr goodsV ColemnNeffPt f Rknc4 Ky ISave me your orders Ill be aiioudVc 2 = rc fApple Growlcig Industry I In Kentucky 5jecondof Series of Articles Written Exclusively fOrThe Climax on Fruit Growing jf in Kentucky i It k ota difflcult Matter to produce apple trees If the seeds of an ordinary apple or crab be planted in the fall they will come up the next spring and grow from one to two feet the first season if properly cultivated In the fall these seedlings may be taken up and placed in a box of moist earth or sawdust in the collar In February they may be grafted The scions or grafts should be collected lathe fall oijin January and stored away until needed In selecting these scions we must first choose what varieties we wish to grow These scions should then be selected from the water sprouts about the size of a lead pencil which growup from some of the larger limbs These are usually more satisfac tory than the ends of bearing twigs bOo cause the twig may bear a fruit bud which in blossoming tiny exhaust the strength of the young plant and thus kill it The water Sprouts used should be of the last seasons growth and when cut should be buried in damp sawdust and placed in the cellar where they will not freeze or they maybe buried in the ground on the shady side of some building where they may be kept cool and at the same time retain their moisture Be sure to find n place where the wa ter will not stand on them as it would likely prove fatal seedIllngsyour you them Cut your scions into pieces hav ing two or three buds each with at least one inch below the last bud Now with a Very sharp knife cut the lower end djagonally across starting just below the last bud and reaching the opposite side at the extreme end This should be cut very smoothe Now cut off the top of tho seedlings about one inch above where the roots begin to branch out Then tako a sharp knife and starting at the point where the routs branch cut diagonally across the stem coming out at the opposite sido just one inch above or at the place where tho seedling was cut Now if you take the two surfaces the diagonal cut of the scions and the similar one on the seedling and placo them together you will find them to fit nicely In order to make the connection a Ijttle closer you tako sharp knife and split the scions and also the stock at a point about 13 distant from the cut end of each This will make a tongue to each and wo may call the split place the mouth In put ting them together place the tongue of one into the mouth of the other and shove them sufficiently along that tho two cut surfaces will lie right together neither of which will extend past the cut surface at either end When you put them together it is very necessary that on one edge at least you mustliave the cut edge of the bark of the scions fit against the cut edge of tho bark of the stock This will bring the combium or growing layer of one in close connec tion with the combium of the other In this condition they will readily grow The next thing to do is to wrap the two closely and carefully together so they may not be loosened in handling and tho connection between the combium layers lost The wrapping must be made with aI cord soaked in melted grafting war Grafting wax is made from equal parts of beeswax tallow and resin melted together Into this melted wax drop a ball of grocers wrapping twine turning it over until completely saturated Then remove it and after cooling it will be ready for use There is some danger of wrapping this too tight so in order that iL may come off later it is not tied There should be several turns of it but its office is to hold the scion and stock together for safe handling and not to keep out the air The thread being sticky from the wax will stick to the graft without trying and will make it sufficiently strong for almost any sort of handling As soon as the grafting is done it should bo covered with moist sawdust and permitted to remain there until good weather comes in April By this timo it will be knit together some what like two bones grow together alter being broken When tho proper season arrives the ground should boplowjsd or spaded very deep A trench or furrow should bo made sufficiently deep that the entire root with its graft may stand upright in it and the top of the scion come below the leyel of the earth On either side cover the roots carefully and tamp well so as to bring the moist earth in contact with thorn but be quiet careful tofU the dirt in rather loosely around and above the scion so that the young tree may not have any difficulty in getting thru the ground If these directions are carried out carefully and the young trees are weeded and cultivated thru the summer a fine set of trees may be produced There is no reason why any person with ordinary intelligence cant graft 500 or 1000 trees during the month of February Try it Set good apple trees around all the fences on tho farm if you dont have room for them elsewhere It will pay you big some day Now If some of you wwh to try producing yoUr own trees and havo BO seedlings on band you can write D S Lake Shenandoa Iowa for 1000 No 2 straight seedling apples for grafting They will cost you but S4 andy ca produce a large Ruraber of trees from them When the grafted trees have ona seasons growth they waberesetVinthe orchard in the fall or permitted te grow b tho nursery vow for another season Soave of our meet acted Bureries re strongly adva toldtleetlIateoe year tUMi it does when reset at twoarthr yan Extreme care skculd ba taken when yei are remwing the trees treat the asise thtyot do not initire the root Ifjou a kMktaek soptt liteiwMt fiNMi threand sink it down ftllite dwep before you beT gin to pry The ffo nd lotgi tir sbouM be plwred dipIstwenhanowa bfoi pIu intN TM UM iIppI h uldb 5fVairt PMI phnaa cherrte or1 ptMbw ouablt set W foci agtart The le fMlagthe tree should be dug about 2 ftla diameter that the roots way aped oat carefuily Thh hole houki atoo bdfl nffloiently def p to parmii IIHirg IB the bottom of from two to four cbMiof the ricbect dirt yoft can find fimoptti this over arid pus the tree in Strnlghten all the toots out car fullysnd If any be broken cut them off square Now put about two inches of risk dirt on the roots tamping until yoa reMb a point about one mob hoIa1lle1Waoe 87Lhistim Ike tree will be made solid You can now fill in the rest of the dirt loosely hilling it up a little It is always best to set the trees perhaps Just a little deeper than they were in the nursory Trees may be set either in Nobember or April Some prefer November but in our climate April is about as good When set in the fall they should not bo trimmed until spring These set in the spring can be trimmed at the time of setting In trimming the young trees it is beat to out back each limb leaving only threo or fourbuds on the last years growth If you wish to form the head low treat the lower limbs in the same manner as the upper ones but if you wish to form the head higher cut off all the lower limbs close to the body of the tree leaving only a few branches at the top Then trim the top branches back to about four buds and n good high head will thus be formed Owing to tho sudden changes in our cliniatd and the danger of frost we should locate our orchard where it willbo most highly favored by nature Some apples such as tho pippins reach their greater perfection on black loamy soil while others do better on clay Some are inclined torot at low elevation while at the same time if raised high up on the mountain side will not only bo larger but will keep from ope to two months longer in the winter Ifwe examine our slopes wo will find at an elevation of 200 to 300 ft above tho valleys a belt known as the thermal belt This extends up- from its lower border for about 400 ft and is said to bo entirely free from spring forests This is the belt In which we should locate our orchard Limber Twig Rome Beauty itilata York Im perial Russet Grimes Golden Senator Gano Winesap Stark Delicious Stark King David should alt be grown in or above this belt Many of us do not hayo such an elevation on our farms In cases where such an elevation cant be reached ive should get our orchards as high up as possible on tho North or North East slope If we cant raise tho most perfect apples with the proper care we can approach the perfection line at least In looking carefully over the state we find curtain kinds doing well in certain sections In Webster Hend erson and Union counties the Winesap and Mammoth Black Twig seem to reach a high degree of perfection and nothing elso is raised to any extent In the Muldraugh Hill region below Louisville tho Rome Beauty York Imperial Maiden Blush Yellow Trans parent Early Harvest and Red June seem to do quite well In tho Cincinnati region the Ben Davis Rome Beauty York Imperial Winesap and several summer varieties do well In the Blue grass the following vill do well if protected from the frost Rome Beauty Milam Winesap York Inporial Grimes Golden Janet Maiden Blush Red June Yellow Transparent Golden Sweet Smith Cider and Early Harvest In selecting trees for an orchard we should havo two things in mind first tho trees selected should ripen their fruit in rotation that is they should some of them ripen in May others in June still others in July August Sep tembertmd October In this way you will have ripe fruit for six months out of a year second you should select as nearly as possible those trees that will produce a crop each year Tho Kin nard Kittogeskee Milam Rome Beauty Ben Davis Winesap Golden Swectand a number of varieties of summer apples will be quito sure of producing a crop every year if protect ed from frost and in fact those are among the most hardy of the apples After the orchard isout it must be protected from mice rabbits insects and fungi Any one of these if left un checked may ruin an orchard and render it unprofitable Just before the snows bpgioio fall in December tho trees should be wrapped to a distance of two or two ad a half feet with burlapstraw cornstalk to bacco stems Chicken wire or anything that will not shut off the air but will prevent the rabbits from gnawing the bark If there is any scale on your trees you should spray once before the trees bloom and once just after the blossoms fall A little later they should be sprayed again for the coddling moth In these sprays we use a limesulphur fluid This can be purchased at any of the chemical companies in Cincinnati at a cost of about 20 cents per gallon 6e gallon of it will make 12 by adding tho proper amount of water In spraying for the coddling moth there should be somo Arsnate of lead added at tho rate of three pounds to 50 gallon of the mixture A largo number of people use Bordeaux mixture in spraying for the coddling moth into which they put their 3 pounds of arsinato of lead to the 50 gallons of the mixtureVBordeaux mixture is madoby taking 4 pounds of lime 3 12 pounds of copper sulphate and 50gallons of water Now if the arsinato of load is added it will rid the trees of both scale and moth Bordeaux mixture is a very excellent fURlside and wilt preserve tho apples from untimely decay After our orehard is started we can note the progress in the growth of the trees and if they do not seem to grow as fast as wo think they should we can send some of the soil from the orchard to the Agricul tutu experiment station and have it analyzed If anything essential lo thofr growth Is missing wo can supply it by adding the proper fettihizerThere are three things that arc likely to become exhausted in the soil These are potawhun Nitrogea nod phosphoric acid Nitrogen will produce a heavy growth K Jve anti wood white tbe Other twowill kelp to bring an abuag Mi crop cfrltitCommora banyan MMure will supply each of hw efc laUoc tbeymy bat suppltei foycow fetal fortltom Another ttvfcg- wMek ihowid aot1Iie over1ooks the Mooewful pollination ot the btoMomu- f9T TanetiM of appfea pewbea ptaB atmwbarriM and p sb ire tia week in paUin that they caaiU be 4 pen4 d paQ for poHinatiotu TH HdoSe Beaotjr apple the Bo tkt- pnr ttte Wild gooM pluat and Otaa other il Jeft abeoTutefy to M iM vta will not produce heavy crops W bee UMM are piiaDled there slioald be ioe rkiecleYerr thln1 or fourth row The orobrd while doming Into can be planted in corn WheatbevineI ejwiah Fill08IIIPIII Sarnpfo Sufferers from indigestion are wale jag up io tbe fact that peppermist- oztiigei charcoal anddysIMPM- cansareonlymakeahifts in the cure el so troublesome a comptoiat as chronic Indigestion What Is required fa soaeUilnff that will note anly relieve hut which will tone and train the digestive apparatus to again do Its work normally and this these simple remedies cannot do e pureCbreath and yet a remedy that only eon tsma dlseitive Ingredients will not cure IndigestionIaquires a eclentiflo laxative We know OfBO remedy that combInes these requirements better than Dr CaldweUa Syrup Pepsin which has been sold for a centuryDr Pepsin te a laxa tive tonic a scientific blending of nat otCOfl1BUpund tone the stomach and bowel muscles that they will again do their work nat tautly and when that has been accom pUshed your trouble is over FannIe Stuart Staunton Va was a lon Urne sufferer as was O Tuck BlacburnMo and they both found their cure with this remedy They became con vinced that pills and tablets salts dys onlytemporary bottleLaterhavingfree sample they bought Syrup Pepsin onedonarpteuledtodesire for yourself or family pertaining to detaiLForabsolutelYfree name and address on a postal card or otherwise For either request the doctors address is Dr W B Caldwell rloo Cold well bulldln ilontlceUo IlL SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS driven under them tho ground should bo dug up with a spado or mattock and tho weeds kept down with the hoe A largo number of varieties will begin to produce tho third year afer setting but should a tree bo several years in coming into fruit it may bo brought to timo by the following method the fruit buds are formed in Juno and at this time if you can do something to check the growth of tho tree it will form such buds To do this you must peel the bark off tho treo in strips two inches wide and go entirely round the treo from limbs to the ground taking off strips 2 in wide leaving also strips two inches Theso strips will hull over without injury to the treo but will givo it such a shock that it will produco a crop the next year When your orchard comes into bearing and you havo fruit to care for dont shake it from the tree as bruised fruit soon decays If you sell any bo sure to sort it and properly laboUho different grades In this way you can readily create a market for your fruit Now if all these directions are carefully carried out there is only one reason wily every farmer in Ken tucky should not havo an abundance of fruit that reason is Jack Frost Owing to our climatic conditions in tho Blue grass especially our fruit crop is killed about three years out of every four This is very discouraging to a fruit grower It your orchard is not located in tho thormol belt where it will bo free from frost it will pay you well to smudge it There is nsually not more than one or at most two or three nights after tho buds start on which the temperature falls below 32 degrees Buy a few crude oil heaters and placo one in the center between each four trees or about 50 heaters to the acre These can be purchased at a small price and put in their proper places ready for any emergency By closely watching the weather reports and by having a few thermometers mthe orchard you can tell when to light your heaers On most farms will be found some wood trash old fence rails half decayed straw and many otherthings that will answer nicely and serve to protect your orchard from tho frost This material may be gotten ready at odd times through the winter and putin tho proper place hence with very little outlay we can save our crops For full directions in smudging and heating to suva fruit crops send for tho November number of the FruifGrower St Joseph Mo I wish to give only a tOw illustrations which will bo sufficient to convcnco you of its success Berea smudged one orchard last spring and saved 400 bushels of peaches while in the other two they losMhe entire crop Mr T 0 Collins near Louisville smudged twelve acre of peaches and thus saved a 81000 crop Mr John Kcncdy of Colorado smudged a 15 acre orchnrd of apples with 00worth of fuel and labor and by so doing saved a 0000 crop while his neighbors far and near lost theirs Wo can raise fruit in Kentucky Let us do if We are able to produco the finest flavored fruit hero of any of them Let Us do It Wo can make Kentucky one of the greatest fruit states iu the Union Comet All join in let us do it GD Smith VV i DireDistress It is Near at Hand to Hun dreds of Richmond Readers Dontneectau aching back Backache is iho kidneys cry forhelp Neglect hurrying to their aid Moans that urinary troubles follow quickly Dir distress diabetes Brights dis ease Protit by a sufferers experience Mrsl Nary Hlnson SlStrothcr StHt Sl6rng says t beliovo that it Iliad act used Doansr Kidney Pub 1 would norbe living today My health was very poorand twoof our best physicians stated that I had diabetes and could not expect tofrecover They fave me a year to prepare for Bay sad Jfite The kidney secretions were unnatural and IBJecXttodyBd severely front headaches a4d dkzy peik iurlnf whick spots fioiei before aay ijpei IWtwiliad grasp sea fthMig 18r M pfHt Iff bwgJc wai lso ver- ywand I could not st08OO mjIIDoea n fct llX4itct hardly pet ir Jiinwsa much aia i M giver in 0 Dtmn IItlittLe UpwfcU ilRJ kiui sow thlto uosnazidneyPIiIa Jaonrut VV- Smtt ff nstlosbtakOn te xktOn Those that desire Ttie LouiirUle Times M any time can find thrat on j sale 1 Steckwn Drug Biore Yoti CM leave orders for the puper to be left thelteari yt3i T i A N uGoodr1gg5toEat- ifWhether Its a Tbta MIwe wry deli tOr a lucytableMack ite sgar l1ve iI 1 ablc 1 4laqMUtr1tMhIIcJy thIs More JIftrY rtnlaaai aUo JIedI sitIde ill eaoeen from IrI Vraede sIW becaise It baa provei f I 1IHI4a retsadard of olqlllIty the recent euceeuul contest 4 IOeefenepH5estatkm is out Uaels ELECTA I f Jdf ijCOFFEE I J zc a smooth and dainty nirsaVV VJ of selected highland grown De aUie rtjnarkets ckolCeStVprocesa of tlowxsoking and I drySiriap pIeS rTd the genuine d f11 avor be proves it rIn 5tngEleetaCdc you are ante of the finest qua that la 8iLeU would make Eleota worth more than other COffeeSVCmpere ii with drankrV 0before like thcfOUSmg I coil ike rtcrioos arena fjjo l5c T at e and S OnO 4 0 iI TelephonetSS f ir rr VJf jj PAINT t A lPAINT PAINT 1 J And plenty of Wall Paper forV c i everybody Our stock is never short never out of date Ask t r iyour neighbor about our work 1 r- f and goods J j W L LEEDSVV J Third Street Richmond Ky lfttrj j Jas Bo Par kc+ if I inf fi1t Handles Only the Best Groceries Fruits Vegetables H- As i x he sells for CASH ONLY his customers Jget the benefit of the lowest prices possible A Trial Order Will Convince s You i i JAMES B ARKEVCASH STOREV Staple and Fancy Groceries Phone 624 FIRST STREET For the Motorists12124 We are offer a special Auto Glove at fro- m7cto3 S u See it and you will buy Have you seen the One Finger Mitt latest thing in Auto gloves Remember that we do any thing that is needed for a disabled automobile jand we do in the right way Richmond Motor 4 Plymbing Co1VT1 Iricor tted N VWHITEVVTh- e Old Reliable Dry Gcods ManVc Late Summer Fabrics are now Jill ing our shelves also a completV t V- showing ofV Ii School Dress 3 ic j c 1 f i Materials We carry a full line of Novelties and our Lace and t Hambutgs rarel f i unsiI1sedT Our cashsystern 0 of doing business enables us toIf t t give our ctJtorDers3 t 4 r t Especially LowJPrices f1 J0 We are Always to you tcallahdkpedoU5 t u iito NV WHITE 1 fo o JI t Main Street tele first R1cu1 c t J4Ln L IfSanta Claus Brings Furniturethis year he will be wise to select it from our splendid appropriateiCome and Pick Out the Furniture You Want Claustoany ture chosen now till wan- ted1BENNETTand HIGGINS j UNDERTAKING Tell Central to Give You 110 when you need a fresh supply of coal Down will go your order on our order book and quickly as possible lUo coal will be at your doorGood Clean Coal jfc Telephone 110 FfjI The Red Ash Jellico We have tho exclusive sale A trial order will convince you that ours is a little better than you have been gettingelsewbere and OUT prices ate no higher possibly less FlU Weigh or Coal Forfeited J WWBroaddBSCo Orchard Street Lime Cement Etc I We want your com in wagon load or car load lot- Blanton Congleton Lumber Co 2t Phono 425 Throughout tho state the Gov Mc I Creary cigar is becoming immensly pop i ular They have such a peculiarly delicious flavor If yon are not smoking them begin now I The Ladies of tho Baptist church will bold their bazar on Saturday December 10th in the Masonic Temple There will be tables of fancy work for the baby household purposes novelties cooked and uncooked eatables At noon they will servo oyster soup hotJj ESTRAYED Small red cow dehorned weigh about I G5 to 700 pounds Came to my place December Court Day J R Par e Orchard St Richmond Found Watch on Big Hill pike Owner can have samo by proving property and paying forthis ad Call at Normal school Notice I I will stand my Silver Creek Red Boar hog at my home on Big Hill avenue at 1ioo Money due when seryico is rendered I have for sale some nice shoats large enough for service W B Turley n35m Big Hill Ave All Kinds of Good CoalJ j Black Coal Round Coal Large Coal Hot CoalCoal that makes no clinkers and but little ash Thats the kind you want ana the kind we want to sell you Why buy poor clinkering slow burning coal when you can get the best s asREX Red Ash Jeliico and Ken eJellioo Ask about them Try them and you harfrttaa been notiica that wes ll theDt and thwes BO tterStl ctioliCUrn ed YIILLOU H Y I SON- e Ii clfITi SbiofIes on1 QtFj StraY IN v1UL- Pfaooe JM z IThe bird that gets tho worm the bird that early rises The man who gets tho trade Is the man who advertises We are buying corn See us before you sell J W Zaring Richmond 2t Lpckeylast1350 at 5 38 cts The Circle of the Christian church JanuaryWatch John Wagers shipped last week and toCincinnatifrom 0 to C l4c I Smoke Cuban Club lOc Cuban Star 5c DirectorGeneral MadisonSquaro thedayGeneral was bought for tho Claiborne ithadofDaytonDr W G While who recently dis posed of his interest in the drug busi ness to Dr Wines has gone to Louisville to look after his increasing business in the Falls City Ho will still retain his homo in Richmond but will spend most of his time in Louisville where he is largely interested in the firm of White DrWhitecapabilities in his profession a man of retirementfromb3 keenly CeltIRooms for Rent One room orwhole flat over the Racket Store Suitable for store room or offices Apply to A Dobrowsky d72t Postponed The temperance meeting announced for next Saturday at the court house has been postponed Several young orators from the Normal school were to deliver addresses on this question All For Him Mr Fox Respass the cigar drummer and politician is in the city today He is still boosting McCreary for Governor and says that he will win by an enorm ous majority over all comers Danville Advocate A Hustler Mr J W Bales Jr of Berea was in the city last week in the interest of his new wholesale Grocery Ho is disposing of the stock to retail grocers exclusively and says ho is having much success Mr Bales is a hustler and if the success of the nterprise depends upon him it will very likely bo a prosperous concern Gets Office Mr Robert 0 Stockton of this city was chosen Oriental Guide at the elec tion of officers in Oleika Temple Nobles LexingtonThursday number of Templars who are members enthusiastioShrlners For Sale roomIwater Situated on Richmond and Lan caster turn pike two miles from Silver Creek and two miles from Paint Lick Ky We prefer to soil privately Pos session given Jan 1st 1911 Call on or addressHUME E or TV EARL TATEM if Silver Creek Ky Hustling Enterprise The Xlncaid Brick Tile Co is preparing to put in necessary improvements at their plant near Waco whereby the output will be greatly increased This is iaade necessary on account of the in creasing business The last kiln Halil after the first of the yearwai burned last week and the plant will shut down until sometime in January in order to rush the improvements On the StreetIOaeef tfee finest tebaeee ever exhibited in this section of the state wee brought te the oity Mon day by p G JUrtin whoraisedYthe erop en his farm in the Berea section lIe hadaboai seventy five pounds in the buBeh and started to the Madison To baeee Warehouse when Mr Kit Oeviog tjjll1IIriWhlm and purehesedihe let at M oente per pound for chawing and ok1ncjHirpeies Vr Martin wiU lilies eatkw crop on theleoal breaks Railway Surgeon TJw OhrhtmM nwwber of ihe iUil war8 I0 th Ight ail Mdoflctel organ ioith Kentucky Jtail my Surgeons AsaooSatk I k juet off UH pseai of tbsdU jttooae M tb eUecib7Iexcellent 1L1IVdPbecome among riiiIway surgeons of the Sooth aa well a Konteoky A Plentiful Stock of Hall Hand 1r t Rubbers f Trade on Ball Band Rubbers grows by leaps and bounds Men have learned that its economy to pay a little more for Ball Band Quality than to buy cheap rubbers at any price rand youll think the same way when you try them Ball Band Felts Ball Band Rubber Boots Ball Band All Rubber and Cloth Overshoes mall sizes all the timeprices guaranteed Bootees Lace Boots High Top Shoes j and Old Fashioned Round i Leg Boots more to select from than any other store in Mdison ntyJ Quality the first consideration then price as low as ipossible jneJvHv iprice to all r U Auction Sales At Madison Warehouse Are Most Gratifying to Grow ers and Managers Last Wednesday auction sales wero resumed at the Madison Loose Leaf Tobacco Warehouse after a ten days rest which was caused by the dry weather and the inability of getting tho tobacco ready for tho market Tho rains of last Saturday and Sunday week made an excellent season and thousands of pounds wero stripped and brought to the market There was a big lot by Wednesday and the Managers decided to hold a sale Good prices were realized notwithstanding the fact that much of the tobacco is not graded as it should be Much bad stuff is put in the first grades mostly by carelessness and this brings down the price several cents It is the opinion of the Managers that all growers should know exactly how to grade and take pains to assort tho leaf as it should be or else let some one do it that has had the experience The good prices depend a great deal upon this fact and the buyers expressed them selves so in conversation with a repre sentative of tho Climax The American Tobacco Co is paying bettor prices than was at first expected and nil good tobacco is bringing the top price which is from 15 to 20 cents In addition to the five buyers for as many different manufacturing concerns Abraham Co is a new firm A crop raised near Valley View by Reuban Hill averaged 12 cents which shows that in that section of Madison where the land is not the richest a good crop can be grown ltobt WhItes of this county one of the wealthiest col orod farmers of the state had a crop of fine looking tobacco and for the best grades he secured 16 cents He was very much pleased Tuesday was one of the biggest days of the past week although last Thursday was the highest uptodate for on that day nearly 80000 lbs changed hands The average for the past six days will be about 35000 Ibs The crop of Smith Agee yesterday averaged II 34 cents Prices ranged Monday and Tuesday from 3 cts to 16 cts An abund ance of tobacco is coming in to the local market fire at Caps The tonsorial parlors of Col CapWas tie Dickersea on Main street were visited by a fire last Tuesday evening and quite a bit of damage was done The origin is supposed to have been in an abandoned flue in the rear of the shop Passers by saw the bteae about lOiae and gave the alarm Mr Dicker soa is covered by insurance but a yet bislsluuftot oadJI bths toeal agents tsHis Kwwiy friends are glad that he eseafefl with web a light kW Improvements The RkhMOOdEteelrie Power Coj is ting in some Improves rate tint will place them ia a position to handle double theanioHiitof bwinesc that now exists It wilUmtall this month aBew MO hatie power Ootttes steaBv engine wUtoh witt be used to drive a bitr1iew fenecatM ml MO kUowat oapeoity In addition to this aa exciter of ihVmost modern pattern win also be Installed wh ea will place the plant abk toper ate many miles of electric railway 6ciltkYtf off far this leetion ytttt JtteJiMBJi M the hab The peewit equipiMflt praotioally Mw Mid eata hate of many years service hilt the own ers ealiie that Richmond is fast bto oomiog a great city and are tanking pnparatkms to furnish light sad power far a elty of many thousand more in babtttmts and ateo aa elntrio street Mttwty sad interafcm Ue Helms Vote The official vote of tho state at the recent election has just been made public by tho Board of Commissioners and in this district Ilelm Democrat Republicanol85 Baptist Ladies Bazarr Decem ber 10th Baptist Ladles Bazar December 10th Fancy work of all kinds Baby table and dressed dolls and will servo the following lunch Oyster soup ham chicken salad and coffee 2t New Postmaster Red House is to have a new postmaster in tho person of Algernon Sidney Wilson who succeeds Mr J E Sopcr Mr Sopor is a staunch Republican butts going to retire from business which necessitates lila Riving up the post mastership There was one other applicant besides Mr Wilson Close Call The fine English Bull Terrior Bob belonging to druggist Robt C Stockton and a pet which occupies an important place in tho family came very near cashing in his checks last Sunday while trying to devour the carcass of a duck A sharp bono lodged in the dogs throat and tho prompt action of one of tho members of the family was all that prevented it from choking to death Quiet Now Tho polico court and tho county court have been deserted by tho violators of the local option laws not a case having been tried for many days Judge Green leaf and Judge Shackelford never fail to give the limit and have about put a stop to bootlegging and other ways of illicit selling of liquor in the city and county Tho officers are constantly on the lookout for offenders and have several under surveilance whom they think may try to bring in a load or two for the Christmas celebration Elks Doings Richmond Lodge No OS1BPO E will have as its guest next Friday even ing the District Doput Grand Exalted Ruler Mr Alfred Cowling of the New port Lodge who is making his official visit to tho lodges In tliis district which comprises Eastern Kentucky There will be two candidates for initiation and a banquet following and a big Rum ber is expected to bo out to greet the new District Dsputy and kelp to show the candidates the mysterious paths in the initiatory work of ElkUosi Observe Advent ginning last Thursday lathe Cath olicad Episcopal churches Advent a thirty days season of especial prayer and penitence before Christmas will be observed by the members This season somewhat resembles tbutJtk not so strict altlwughln this Catholic church no marriages are allowed during Advent and tertlkHnotJs M frowned UMM Inmay eecspecial gervioe will be h W but in the JooaJ ehurah ii has yet been aonctmeed Advent closes whIt MH birth t tthe Savior on Christmas even Hasten JMd lrealize that sberwsee but ifteen seers nhopplng dale Wore airktaowl Think of It lid Tw ader- bow the aedG841XaJtiOa to nightInbciaa1DnowIt k a beautiful feet w tt worth N oberkur that UM rtona of lieD XMod equal an of ibil Muter cttier tj ban it oom a to haadws dbplajn holiiifty goads The display of JMCJ articisaud jewelry for the hol s IS certainly a credit to Hiobotooc and already outot town shoppers are com ing herefor their p treba w luatead of going to Lexington or netaoati Another House Will Have Auction Sales of bLooseRichmond theleadingtho state and considering the size of ttio town it will bo but a short time wonThethe latest enterprise to make its bow to the public and is preparing to enter upon this business venture on a large scale D P Black and W M Jonestwill be in charge of the now which will hold its sales at tho Black househashandlingtheflounce that they will be ready by the 15th for tho opening sale It is an ideal warehouse on account of having a self supporting roof which docs away with the posts An expert auctioneer will be employed and everything will bo put first claslshape This house was formerly used as a skating rink thus making it all the moro adaptable for a loose leaf tobacco alreadyboonafter it enters the house and an expert will be in charge of this force so as to avoid agninstdelays It will bo a big addition to the busi ness interest of Richmond and should bo given all encouragement With the increasing business of the Madison Loose Leaf House there will be a lot of money turned looso in this city within tho next two or three months These warehouses mean much for the city bringtheirceopsLexington Many wagons go thru this theyhavechants and tobacco moo Richmond itlrshowlU Read It Bo sure and reid the excellent article on Apple growing in Kentucky by Prof Smith of the scientific department of tho Normal School It laTh this issue of The Climax and should be kfipt for future reference No government re port is so plain and exhaustive and it is seldom that such is given to the public On Apples Read Prof Smiths plain talk on Apple Growing in Kentucky which is published tnTh Climax today Prof Smith has neverglveithiese articles to the public through the newspapers and they iue inya1uBto farmer of Madison Th tfinrtone appeaFedtate1 6th1DoWLAttenfibn Merchants Re nembec that avcry grww who- MhassoW or will liii Vofe t UN ec4kssks r ada TIM Climax and if your advrtin MMkp iwt jot iU your loss Awer k fih k t U an eW adfs w rt6 taking adyaotag ofjwtiww JUdJ ofi oouaty1 leading MwapAplni UM beat M rtMnc m irRitt oaWe rsa h the Msoer Bowed Down Loeal frI ai the Uacbiaf of Mrs Mary Baka O nIbwa downiu riefo rh4a4 wbtehbc onmd lant SwUa at ht boe near BoB Alihoufi ig ntf cuatomary to hold pvclai atrvicea yet it Is eipeted fcxpresslont will come from memoirs at the next meeting Out of the followers of the tescbiog of this jrroat woman Richmond sad Madison 000067 furnishes about twtnvyara a very h ya organixaltec r f i A Mans Store i Is the Place to buy Christmas Presents for Men and Boys knowfml your simplifiedFor of useful and beautiful articles thejust things men appreciate mostand weve shoppersweiprices Drop in andsee our lines of Fine Neckwear Silk Hose Mufflers Lisle Hose Scarfs Silk Handkerchiefs v Scarf Pins V Initial Handkerchiefs Cuff Buttons V Linen Handkerchiefs Fine Suspenders Suit Cases 0 Umbrellas C Traveling Bags v BagsGIoves Sets etc M Early gandu COVINCTON BANKS New Orchestra Manager Baxter of tho opera house has engaged a new orchestra for the re- nainderof the season Several mem ers will be local musicans and those coming from outoftown are also highly recommended The now pianist is said countryhandling Craig a Candidate A T Siler Railroad Commissioner for this the Third District is to have opposition for tho Republican nomination in John J Craig of Covington the present Mayor Mr Siler resides at Williamsburg The nomination in Ken emptyhouorthe seat Prisoners Arrived Seven prisoners convicted at the recent term of tho Federal court at London were brought to Richmond last Satur BillyMaysare sent up for terms from thirty days againsttheYoungJamesJohn Williams For Grand Master Richmond Lodge No 25 F A M will honor to the Grand Master of the State Jlr It R Burnam of this citY recently chosen to this exulted position with a banquet sometime npxt week The committee in whoso hands the work is being carried out will announce after a meeting this evening the date and will proceed to arrange an elaborate program for the occasion It will be a fitting tribute to member Richmond Lodge who now occupies the hishest position in the State the gift of the Blue Lodge It is expected that fully two hundred will sit down to the banquet Capable Operator To show the high position that Miss Zulah Oliver occupies with the East Tennessee Telephone Co this young woman was last week designated to go to Frankfort and take charge of the operat ing force down there and give them a thorough course of instruction as to how to manipulate a switchboard from an operators standpoint in order to rive the best service to subscribers Miss Oliver has been with the company for thepa t nine years and is perhaps one of the most faithful as well as be most compe companyTherels Fraiikfott and the company fa anxious that they reoefve the most thorough InsNo such aa array of holiday goods was ever brought to the city ash shown at the Racket Stow dSSt Lecture at Normal favorIJWedWe kotam given i the hfetory of tfe OvhsgtoaKsseiltonrepre InstitutIon was 1Keumoroing and Hirhfc The morning Chapel Servicee w n leaaed to the loeal Wwaaas CJubr und r whose ap1oea Miar Hamiltoa visiM RicbBKKKl She gave a brief but hifnVMriM fr analysis of Lowell vbtoaoi iSSrLauofal Ukiitgas a point of MriBft hh todebtettoeM to Tfatda worth for a pbiloMfdur of the ethic in relation to UM aj itsnO In theVter noonMisj Hamittoo aIaresseeUhe TVor mans ClBb JMI the Enyiiak Drama In the evening iNn l School gare the patron of iU teoture course an ex tra evening beyond tpromised and scheduled program in Miss Hamilton lecture upon Wordaworth The appro elation of tfce audionea was expressed in a P1eMllt loG of flowara to Miss Huoil too at the cloee Farmers Fall Out Over Trivial Matters and one is Stabbed towDeath in Sight of his Wife With his wife a witness to the hor rible scene Breckinridgo Perkins a substantial farmer of this county residing near tho little hamlet of String town on the Tate Creek pike was stab bed to death by Reese Coates last Tues Ttragedyfront of the residence of Jake Taylor he also being the only other eye witness to the killing besides the wife of Iho victimPerkins received two wounds ono in the forehead and the other ia the back of the head which pierced the brain Tho injured man lingered until seven oclock although medical aid was summoned and everything done to save his life Coates returned to his home not far distant and was in bed asleep when Deputy Sheriffs Sant Bush and Trim Deatherage called about ten oclock Ho claimed ho was looking for the officers and was brought to Rich mond and lodged in jail His examin ing trial has been sot for today Per kins was fifty years of age When brought to tho jail Coates claimed the killing was in self defence Ho is a tenant on a small farm belonging to Perkins and tho trouble is said to have come up over the rent Mr and Mrs Perkins had been Richmond and on returning home met Coates The two men began quarreling almost immediately with the above result Perkins is the father of Durbot Perkins the young man who died in such agony about a month ago as the result of eating a piece of decayed watermelon The Racket Store can sell you Christ mas goods much cheaper than you can buy other places d73t Modern Pikes Will Be Finished in Spring Work Suspended for the Winter Months On account of the cold weather work ea the turnpikes of the county has been temporarily suspended except repair work in many places Road Commissioner John W Shearer has hauled in the road machinery until springiwhenhe contemplates beginning on what will be within a year or two the finest roads in thestate The Irvine pike bee been the scene of operation for several weeks and the grading has about all been Mae Dur ing the winter the bridges culverts and ditehea will be given general overhaul lag and several bad places in the read fixed and about April the raoder i read 1Raklogwnf gin With the adveat ef itlmlDktblspike will be one efUe luptodate ia tkeOOttBhy The gkMiplke also to noeiv a few Mere inching toiiehes betere H aft be called an ideal road Mr Shear ec Is aaxxHM tie cea Me4l oo OMutty ha- vetbist of read UMea7 and brains oenfwmk ad k awbftieuc te see thee Won adeiobtratioa ends He aas with MoreaM gross the famen Aewwk can Iwpuebed faster It take a loc sy to WW a wedetn pike butOaCS vanotedin a cI4rneiy tt takes tiitutUeeot UMMatter to keprto Lexington pike resident nth WI pUte amount and if the other pike can get tiw aid Madison will be aVray ahead of any j of her staler oounUes A ohtfk to walt on yon at oaee at Back Store No delay dStj4 New Clerks withMr thoRoyalnowithwith White Wines Pie SupperITho Sunday Christian hurch at Union will give a pio supper on Saturday the 10th Lots of good old thehungry ofMadISonpies Settles With State aigJames last week and received his sheriffsInMadison countys assessment is about 58000 which is a big wad in tho state treasury All taxes duo tho county are coming in fast and by January 1st there will be very little out Of course there are some who must bo forced into pay foolishlyholdavoid it if possible The business of the sheriffs office is right up to the minute as the force is capable and never allow anything to drag The Blue Mouse- No vote for popularity honors was necessary to placo Tho Blue Mouse convulsingfarcepened over night The place was the Lyric Theatre New York Next morn ing all Manhattan was in good humor and laugh wavois now on its way across the continent Clyde Fitch is responsi ble for the farce which is an adaptation from the German and EL J Carpenter lass staged tile production in a manner which Is said to be distinct departuro from the farces that have gone before Caught over night The Blue Mouse was caged for an indefinite period at the LyricThat the piece ran over a year in Ger many and is now being played in Austria and France and has been seen in Den mark and Sweden augurs well for a sen sational hit in America In adapting the farce Mr Fitch has used much judg ment for ho has given the American stage a unique farce without that nauseating scent of vulgarity which is so often to bo found in similar French and German pieces The Blue Mouse in Germariform is by the author of Mirls There is really so much fun to the Blue Mouse that to miss it is to bregarded in the nature of a domestic calamity It is the farce that all Amer ica will talk about Thecat presenting The Blue Mouse which will beseen at the Grand Opera Howe Richmond Ky January 5tb is- O of unusual excellence I = E JIZKIC Eminent Physician Visits This City And Holds Clinic at P A C Infirmary Richmond was indeed honored last byhaving eonsinJospphPricegynecologistDr held a clinic at tire infirmary Tuesday morning for tho benefit o tho physicians of this city and those who could bo hero from out of town and many witnessed tho work of this gifted surgeon Besides the physicians iliss Hall Supt of the Infirmary Miss Mar tin her assistant Miss Margarctta Smith who graduated from Dr Prices hospital and Miss South all trained nurses were present Dr Price comes to Richmond en account of having very dear friends here placoInmakes an annual visit to renew his friendship and incidentally perform operations free of cost Ho belongs to that class of men who have made the medical profession the greatest on earth That type like Dr McGuire ef Richmond Va Dr Samuel Gross Dr Eph raim McDowell and Dr Marion Simms Ho has performed moro abdominal operations perhaps than any man living or dead tho number of which greatly exceeds fifteen thousand Dr Price has performed more charity operations on doctors wives their daughters anti sis ters and mothers than perhaps any one surgeon in this country and nothing gives him moro pleasure than to perform- a difficult operation for charity or to contribute his great skill toward saving the lifo of some of Gods poor It is of such men as these evidently that Will Carlcton the pout bad in mind when ho penned these lines which in part say In the daytime or in tho night Ho would rally brave and well Tho tho summer larks were piping Or the frozen lances fell Knowing if he won tho battle They would praise their Masters name Knowing if lie lost tho battle That the Doctor was to blame At Danville The Transylvania Presbytery will meet in Danville on the 13th inst for the purpose of transfering tho Rev Dr W C Lindsay from Lawrenceburg to Ebenezer Presbytery and also placea call for Rev W H Hopper of Louis yule for the church at Burnsldc Pu laski county There will be matters per taining to Homo Missions that will be acted on besides other routine business Rev D H BosnIan and Mr R R Bur nam will go from here as representa dyes or the Richmond church Badly Ruptured delaytoapplY yourhusbandhimself in this matter see to it that he aypids trouble later by advising him to Apply a Truss Right Away We toe everytl ia thC line of trusaes rtieraboOk- l et I HL FERuPHONE MAIN ST r r JUST AkITEfl bylCaltlmsre York by by the Master Boston showing the models to not the the to High at We have just received some TailorMade Suits for Ladies in the New Cloths They are shown in all the new shades and are to be seen in Suit Parlors Com make before are picked over We are the sole agents for Queen Quality Fine- for and Wm Kne lands Fine for men two shoes are best to be in city We are showing the new lasts see them Get our low cash kinda of shoes for men women and childrenwe can fit you suit save you Our Underwear Men Women and Children ir Complete in Every Detail t Come get our prices and save money We are showing the new things in Notions Belt Pins Scarfs Neckwear Hosiery etc Our shelves and counters are under the ot things in all kings of winter goods Get the best for you to headquarters and see the new styles i ID ULUHAM AND COMPANY I Get Well youOfagainIf female trouble you can quickly get the right remedy to get well Its Cardui This great medicine for women has Jieved cured of ladies suffering like I you from some female trouble TAKE LARD U II Womens Ills 1 sevenfi seven with female trouble Every month I would very die my head and back I took bottles Cardui and was cured Cardui a Godsend suffering Try AT ALL DRUG y THIS IS THE PLACE FOR I Fresh Oysters iiV RICCIir J Corner Main and Second Telephone 3 Hzlr Watch Repairing p is a specialty to which ve give special r attention Xo how much or how damagediI work so the timepiece wijl be as good as r dojewelryL Eeway y Testus with some piece you I cannot now use T CO and Hew s re or 12 of is to it F F YEAGERi MAIN STREET KENTUCKY ARE Yo-ur j J 7 r in Lumber Lath Shingles jpoprs Jf5ashEtc If r see fl TodDII- W IIs lr rifLt I PiwniI1WmiC1j i tr TheCorrecfcGlbtti8 as they will bG Hvorn the best dressed gentlemen of the social and business word The Ni1Et1I Models and made Tailors Schloss Bros Company BaltimoreN This first of new is of interest every man ajid young man because it only gives you correct styles but opens way Grade Clothes Moderate Prices OoeadSee Them Everyone Welcome very stylish Manish our your selection they Shoes ladies Shoes These lines of the had any all and kinds Come prices on all you and money for all Belts creaking and groaning weight good moneycome W by thousands For years nearly with women STORES matter J RICHMOND so designed Money to Loan on Good Farm- Lands The Northwestern Mutual Life In surance Co will loan money at 5 per cent interest on good improved farm lands on Mortgage Apply to J C Chenanll Attv- C9t f Riehmoud Ky Mound City Paints may cost a trifle more but Stockton son 24nly For Sale- I have several good building lots for sale located on Lancaster and Breck Ave Location drainage ect tho very best Most desirable for apartment house or living residence Any one in terested in purchase please call on the owner Mrs D M Bright or her son Dr Bright tf For a mild easy action of the bowels a single dose of Doans Regulets s enough Treatment cures habitual con stipation 25c a box Ask your drug- giSt for themI TR Penn ogton Dentist Office next door to Government build ing Richmond Ky Mrs Maude Mackey Walk ersHair Dressing Parlor Come in and have your hair dressed in the newest style braids and puffs made to order Braids restored to natural color Highest prices paid for combings Two doors above Stocktons drug store on Main street Office phone 515 residence 202 6 Mo 1 U MAIL ORDER LRATE- SIi I They sail the high and low seas of commerce They pay millions a year for advertising Their profit is millions Spike their guns with generous advertismgi- nthisyour home paper Use the mail orders own weapon ADVERTISING I ICopyri jM rate by W XTJ BLUE GRASS Farm For Sale AS Administrator of R B Turley de ceased I will sell publicly on the premises the farm known as the old Downing placo and owned by R B Turloys heirs situated 4 12 miles from Lexing ton lying tweenTodds Road and thft Richmond pike on Wednesdy Dec 14 10 at 10 Oclock A H 1 13 Acres of Lands uf high state of cultivation On saW farm is an 8 room house ia excellentre pair good ereharcl consisting of all tuUberingParmIs jndwellsaMiInfficed Also a large 4acs tofcaocu bRre jspring house buggy house 4 all neory ouLbil- 4ks Thie I4 ihiPtf eukivated and i8 a potd to al kinds of cre- pTMiOatid JotlrY JrJlHl Blqe due iAlwO years note wit tgood snity bering per e- ekdt will b ndIJea retained land for defaed pya Posses oo jfiveis at onoe JhirebMer baa priVlK ege of Mpiitg L ABJMMM desiring to iwTJJtm e J 1 ltl HIS GOOD FORTUNE When He Hast to Work He Start ed a Dainty Rolling Mill lwas jft entering upon nay thirty foorthyeRT when owing to the failure of aay wifes father 1 found myself obliged to make a living- I had often wondered where all the steel rails came from and now Ide termhied to go Into the business of supplying them to railroad companies Having learned through careful Inqui ry that nearly all of them were made in rolUng mills I persuaded the owner of a bankrupt Iron foundry to convert It Into a rolling mill 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 ma chinery that ho had In his store Meanwhile my noble wife had not been Idle and by the time I was ready to begin operaUons she had In duced several of the 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 oir a railroad president told him that I desired to become self supporting and asked him to buy some of my rails He 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 nice steel rails without delay and take them around to the kind railroad pres ident ttejolclng at the prospect of steady employment the worklngmen hastened to obey and the rails that they made under my direction proved so durable that In a very short time I had all the orders that I could fill 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 bon Delineator f DINNER GUESTS Bad Enough to Be Late but to Bo 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 Ovcrhaste may be flattering but It Is also Inconsiderate If the dinner Is Important enough to be called a function and the house In which It Is given Is sufficiently large to bo 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 the roast dry It Is not her fault she was on time Can anything be more harassing than the youdoiitinlndinedear 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 gisamlng side In the pro taning presence of a comparative stranger A despairing hostess said recently When I have just men coming I spend 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 Ho down and die iThe quality of mercy Is not strain ed It applies even to giving ones prospective hostess ample leeway for preparation Falling this Invitations pleasobeNot at All Private In the trial of a case recently In one of the English courts a witness was asked to repeat a conversation that Objectlonshould not bo answered because the conversation was private In Its nature The judge then asked the wit ness whether anybody except herself and husband was present She replied that her mother and the hus bands mother were whereupon the Judge remarked It appears that both mothersinlaw were present I shall therefore rule that the conversation was public LightningA her self seated by the side of an olcl ma tron who was exceedingly deaf Maam said she In a high tone did you ever try electricity What did you say miss- I asked If you ever tried electricity for your deafness Oh yes Indeed I did its only last summer I got struck by lightning but I dont see as It done me a bit of good No Exposure For Him The member of the legislature of whom some graft stories had been cir ciliated was bout to build a house You will want a southern exposure I suppose asked the architect No sir sald the man If you cant build this house without any cx posBce Ill get another architect Yonkers Statesman ProspectMrMiss riurnplelgh You ask so much Mr Ncrvee I know It but you dont teem to be getting any smallerBost- on Transcript Great Closing Out SaleU Of Fall and Winter Millinery at ho now Millinery Store Hobson building Richmond Ky Beginning Friday Nov 18th 1910 and continuing thirty days Ladies my immense stock of Fall and Winter Hats and Millinery Materials will bo placed oh sale at rockbottom prices to clean up and close out stock in 30 days sever has there been such bargains offered in Richmond in Mull nefy asI shall offer you November lth for SO days My hats are all beautifu a style and material and finish in mak In and design My prices are at cost and less than cost as I must clean up stock before XmasOO hats wOO Preach Plumes and imported styles tko very latest 12 dozen Paris shpest duced to 1000 sad 4300 3000 feat fur 1000 anti 1000 lists down to M and less Beautiful finished Silk Velvet Turbans 9500 and 3 50 Nice Jaunty tretHalsS3OOtot200 a good goto meeting lat 200 ioitOO If you dont believe it come ands and brihf your- cooey with you pc son eon elou will fet the owe you want When we offer bar gains they she are bsrgsins EvarjV thing cisftaed up sold and the windows washed for Christjnjw OOt miss this cleet git the real things in liMe tut d bflllr1Nupul prfe We mttlt orders at mm ft discount prices MfS have the bwrt trimmer la Kkmond ti people M llllCOm trych r work tor yourself jelridq Novmber IS- coithivIng tlaVs ibcfOrt I t MirniMr 1siti Ivavi t CLEVER RASCALS Robbers of Naples as Daring as TheyAre Resourceful SCHEME OF ONE LONE THIEF Masterly Manner In Which This Audacious Rogue Pilfered a Church Furnishing Shop and Corded Up Its Too Confiding Proprietor His name was Signor Domonlco Doctor DolcBlnettl and be was host In nome For a scholar with a degree be enjoyed his meals rather unrestrainedly but after the spaghetti and capretto had disappeared he used to slow his pace over the flnocchlo con vino and to straighten his back wipe his mustache and begin his stories Napoll SI all Naples Bella clt tn beautiful beautiful And what thieves are they In Naples It Is throne city where you cannot lead a donkey through the streets There did not seem to be much cour nectlon between these and our puzzled looks said so Perche You daro not lead You must take him by the taU for when the unsuspecting peasant leads an ass laden with panniers or onions or wood Into Naples before long ho happens to glance back and behold all Is gone produce panniers pack saddle all filched Thereafter he takes the ass by the taU and steers him through the streets that he may watch constantly Potit Is nil organized Some years ago the leader of the robbers was the captain Everybody knew him When anything was stolen from ne one went not to the police but to thp captain There was a little music master came homo one day and found his piano gone a whole piano and no one In the house could say how when or where It went The little man was distracted Then he took heart and went to the captain and stood before him with lila hat In his hands Ho was Just a poor music teacher His piano was all he had In the world He Go said the cap tain At this evening you hdve your piano 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 tho captains house 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 Whattwentytwo llrer yelled the other I 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 be had a cousin who would the next day be ordained bishop and he desired to purchase appropriate gins First he would see a crozier The pro prietor fetched a superb crozier of sIl ver the crook of It gold wonderfully chased and overwrought with carving How much asked the well dressed man I IFive thousand lire signor Good Tie It up and put It In the carriage And let me see also a miter And again he chose the costliest one frosted with silver arabesques and beaded with pearls He sat down to write a check for 8000 lire altogether But no he would see also a bishops ring How much was this one Two thousand lire signor Good And that too went Into the carriage with tho miter and crozier Finally this princely customer would buy a complete vesture and decided on a figured alb broidered with cloth of gold from shoulder to foot Only ho doubted will It fitl But stay he 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 ankle Good Beautiful Only the waist My cousin happens to bo 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 he buckled the belt tight about the proprietors wrists and moved back to survey the effect Boun Belllsslma Most beautiful he cried And now slgnor buon glorno 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 In his golden skirts rolled and could not get up again People would not touch him kick- Ing and othlng and trying to point Thief thief would not even look in the direction of the vanishing carriage Finally the police grabbed him discovered that he was insane and a robber and hustled him to priori Pol they let him go next morning Phila delphia Ledger Not Worthless AshleyI always thought that Bees ling was leading a worthless life Seymour Wasnt he AshleyNo his life was Insured for a thouliandE- chw DEMON SHIPS VMts That Seemed to Be Moved by the Spirit of Destruction There Jean old Cornish legend of a phantom ship which Is seen In or off Porthcurno harbor and which unlike most ghosts has a terrifying habit of pursuing any vessel which It sights If It catches Its victim lhreis a collision but no roar of jnrushlng water At the moment of contact the ghost ship vanishes Into thin air and the puzzled crew of the fother vessel rub their eyes in terrified amazement To any one who knows the legend the vessel that saw the phantom ship Is however doomed Before the next New Years day she will he 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 Satanita wasa line and very powerful cutter which originally belonged to Mr C D Clarke and after ward to Sir Maurice Fitzgerald The Satanlta 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 wind She was the cause of several serious accidents the worst of which hap pened at the Mudhook clubs regatta In 1SJH On that occasion she was be having in the most perfect fashion when suddenly and without the slightest warning she 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 yacht But it Is not only sailing ships that act at times In a strange and unac countable fashion Some years ago the British warships Pique Mutiue Ro saris and Brltomart entered Kluklang harbor and dropped anchor In single file Presently a steamer which had 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 tho Pique smashing her boats and davits After clearing her she went for the MutIne but luckily did not strike her fulL However she carried the Mu tines bowsprit clear away Not yet catisfied she made a rush at the Ito carlo but by superhuman efforts on both ships the mad steamer was prevented from doing more than graze the third warship Something of tho same kind was seen In the Thamps 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 ordered full speed ahead for the purpose cf beaching her Instead of making for the beach the Poplar made a srvJCn rush In a great circle out Into tlia river smashlnglnto everything slw tame across Then as if filled with a spirit of revenge she made for the vessel which had so tcr ribly damaged her The Cordilleras tried In vain to pet out of the way but the Poplar smashed Into her damaging her so severely that she too had to bo beached Pearsons Weekly Slyles 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 the teeth must be absolutely milk white Recently an order was received from Bhavnagar In India for some bright red and blue artificial teeth Smokers teeth are regularly supplied to dentists In shades to match those whlcH have been discolored by nico tine Argonaut A Fish Out cf 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 The painful gasplngof a fish out of water Is natures effort to free the passage through the fila ments 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 lug from typhoid fever London Tele graph Right on the Job A pupil hud been naughty nfl day and the teacher sent him a note or dering him to stay after school The boy wrote an answer on his slate say Ing Dere Teacher Except the oner with pleasure Always keep ml en gagements with the ladles Will beat the tristlng place at 4 p mAronaut It hr of no iiso to wait for our ship to come In unless we have sent one utAnon Betsf9s Pointers Among the many studies of a good housekeeper is tho scioncu of scrubbing which belongs to a branch of piysicil culture The secret of sucjcessfiiVbuy jing is to trade with LackeyTOdd a The Home of Low Prices jand Square Dealing Telephone 62 Opera Houss Building Have Your H Christmas Photog tph I Maie Nwo- Y McGaughey the Photograplier a I i il 0 H CHENAULT Pres Z T SELLERS VicePres R L BAKER SecTress BUCKLEY DAN SCOTT The Central Kentucky TObacco Warehouse Co fW rT4 Incorporated 5 Both Telephones 964 Opp State University 5 Upper to Lime Lexington Ky q fY The Leading Warehouse in Lexington Having sold over 2000QOO pounds since opening of season October 25 1910 S Offers superior inducements to farmers of Central ffentu kg to sell their tobacco in the largest best lighted and best equipped ioose1e4oiccOwaiehOuse the wqrld io 500000 square feet floor space 500000 pounds capacity of loose leaf tobacco per lay e Redrying plant of 75000 pounds per day Private track free to all ailroads capacity 15 cars loaded or unloaded under shelter rShelter for hundred and fifty wagonsstable room for HflO horses I A Open Day and Night j We have sold an interest to the Louisville Tobacco Warehouse Company who repIesented by Mr B F Buckley of Bourbon county of the TOOsfc ex perienced warehousemen in the State Strict personal attention paid to the receiving grading assorting and selling j of each individual crop whether loose or irrliogsheads rIfnecessary we devote floor to loose leaf and one to hogshead tobacco K throughout the season LCall and see us and be fully convinced whereto sell your tobacco either loose leaf or in hogsheads i The Central Keiflicky Tobacco Warehouse lINCORPORATED Kentucky u For Sale Fow thousand second hand brick J P King Son If 219 Jloberly avenue Notice to Creditors All persons having claims agajnsttho estate of D J Snowden are requested to file same properly verified on or before Jan 1 1011 or same will be barred C C Snowden novSJMt Administrator lAte Accident and Health Insur arico in tho very bestold lino Companio S Broaddus Act tf Come to Owen JIcKpc Richmond Ky for dry goods and notions Others do and why not you tf Country sorghum the best over just received at Sewell McKinnoys 2K Dan IL Breck life fire and accident insurances tf Lumber For Sale Barn bills null all kinds rough lumber in oak poplar and pine Tobacco sticks Poplar laths Write j A STEVESS VT lucas tt Richmond Ky Lost Dog Lost on Irvine pike Saturday a large black and vhitebirddog with small red spots over body Return to Joo Chonuult Richmond Ky Posted Wo tho undersigned strictly forbid hunting trapping or any kind of trespassing on our premises and will prose cute offenders Paralee Fitzpatrick Gee FitzpUtrick Notice All persons hiving claims azainst the estate of thelate V S Ballard aro by notified to present same to either of thoundersi Jmed properly proven on or before December 10th 1010 or same will be forever barred G A Ballard f Executors WO Anderson Administrators Notice f All persons having claims against the estate of George C DoVore deceased are hereby notified to present same proven as required by law to the under signed his Administrator AU persons owing said estate aro re quested to call and pay same Union Bank Trust Cor- Lexington Ky Administrator Georgo 0 Do Yore By E R Blackburn Cashier November 11 1010 4x Hog Raise Aro your hogs worth 5 cent1er head Wo guarantee Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy to keep hogs healthy and free from disease for 5 ceats perliead per month It cures Choien kills Warms Stimulates theAppetite aids Digestion and causes hogs to fatten rapidly This reins dy is used and endorsed by leading raisers tlareagnoat the country a in and Jet us fell you abut it Perry Drug Store 2t ChristMas c rapidly appioechiug and Be 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