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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1U.' t ci - rr . ec jeis I :::::: man L- -- cenTST THE RICHMOND CLIMAX RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 2 The Lord of The African. to perform, stunts that are seemingly impossible. The captain performs these Farm News monsters in a mammoth steel arena nn" 3 among the exploits, introduced are a 1 Items ol Interest to Tkc Far- - 3 game of ten pins, jumping .through j racr, the Grower and tbe Sj hoops of firo, placing his head in- - the '? & Stockman. mouths of tho two- largest of the subjects. It is a most remarkable net and wherever it has been seen this season it ' The fat cattle of tho county, aro has created a tremendous uensation. moring rapidly and many choice are being furnished tho foreign The Sun Brothers' Shows are this sea ' son making their twentieth annual tour noblemen and millionaires by JlSdison show, county. If th price could only, be and have a brand now splinter WUh an all new performing .and oxhlb- - around 7 and 8 cents there, would bo " no ional ranks. The Royal Court Japanese .kick coming. l Circus Company, 15 people, direct from I In order to make the State Fair, what the land of the Mikado, are a salient - particular,. M.' .0, feature; the renowned Ceveno Troupe," it sjiould bo'in everyhigh Rajikin, Commissioner of Agriculture, a quintette of foreigners, in a big novelty. has arranged to,organize a "State Pair tight-wiract, are family in Club" in each county in the State. The The Mexican Juan DeZamora g aerial attempts work of organization wilLbe undertaken latter day are also, featured; tho Sun Troupo of by the county institute organizer, and Musical and Acting Elephants- will beH tho clu,b will bo composed of progressive aTl new proclivities; a section of fanners wljo wilfhelp build up tho farm seen in tho State Fair. first class clowns will 'provide spasms of exhibits at grown-up- s fun for the kiddies nnd the There are many peoplo in the county as well. cattlo "and who are compelled to Over a hundred actual human on nccount'of tho short supply of water animal actors will participate in the big by the incessant imperial program, one of the greatest and grass, caused The exhibit or wild drought.5 Cattle that were expected to over projected. weigh around 1,500 pounds the first of beast and ioologic novelties will bo a " sold this month and of especial interest "to September, have been feature, zoology at from 1;,300 to 1,400 and not morenhan lovers of the curious in tho 4 cents. It is the same case with Held. The bie tent will be spread at 5 August? hogs and other live stock. In some, Richmond. Ky . on Tuesday, portions of tho county, tlte grass is 20th. One day only. literally burned up and the water supply is nothing more than a few mud puddles. -edeath-courtinsell'-their 3-- 'ani don't knbw WheirryotL!3nt Printing haw- it& should be done consult us NUMBER 10 th YEAR 191 1 " L. R. BLNTON, Jungle. Tho Lion Fair Exchange beists." He is is called the "King of gU'en this name by WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Goal, Feed, Salt, Sand, Lime, Rock. those who regard him as the superior, df all other animals, in point' of bravery and ferocity. He adds to the posses-siona fearjjnspiring from and 'the" proud mien of a. monarch, the owner- ship of a loud. ttcrriblo voice, whose reverbrating roar seems almost to shake the earth. The lion, notwithstanding these inspiring characteristics, Js not so dangerous as in or to secure of self-defens-e - A New Back for an Old One - How It Can Be Done In Richmond THE STEARNS (MME ON EVERY GENUINE MATTRESS ?r s ?lP fnflnsto rub 5am9apply a pMstor or use The back aches at times yith a dull. indescribable feeling, makintryou weary andjrestless; piercing pains" jhoot across tno region Ol llio Kiunej's. aim again mo - MATTRESS HAVE TO a FOSTER IMPORTANT TO KNOW WHAT'S INSIDE THE the OLD DOMINION PORTLAND CEmENT food. and AH Kinds of Plaster Material. Telphone 85 rself-deferis- Cor. Main and B. Streets N. V. WH ITE The Old Reliable Dry Goods Man Just a Reminder We want you to remember that you can get the best Some animals tkill simply for the pleasure of killing. The lion only in e or to secure food. HeiiosX' iri ambush for his prey. Ho is nervous and easily abashed as is evidenced by the fact that 'in springing upon his victim, if he niisses'he will not repeat the attempt, but will sneak back to tiis hiding place with an ashamed and dissap'ointed manner.. Ho will attack anyjjdnd of an;animal,. no matter how large, and is so powerful that he can carry off an or, and his length eleven feet; the lioness is not so large. Withlhe popular Sun Urothers nig Tented Exhibition, that will shortly pitch icnls in this city and who will give two performances, afternoon and night, will be seen one of the most sensational trained wild lion acts in tho universe. Captain Peter Cardova will introduce his coterjo .of fivo massive forest-bre- d African lions, and who have been caught -- Be Careful. ' - back in this condition. iou cannot reach tho cause. Exchange tho bad back for a now and stronger one Richmond residents would do wiill to profit by tho following example. "l.M. Cox 302 Bowyor St., Lexington, Ky., says: "My occupation requires much heavy lifting and I believe this was the cause of my Wdiioy trouble. I first noticed a dull pain 'tn my back which became so acute that; I- could not rest. When I arose in the morning, I was lame and stiff and felt so tired that I could hardly commence tho day's work. My kidneys were also disordered and thp kidney secretions., caused trie much annoyance by their frequency in passage. I doctored jjnd 'tried many remedies but could not find relief. severially Doan's When suffering Kidney Pills were brought t my attention and decided to take tltem, I procured a. sunnlv. I soon improved and bv the timo I had taken the contents 'of a few boxes, I was. cured." For eale by ail.ueaier nice du Co.. Butralo'. cnts Fosier-MilbuNew York, 6oleageuts for the United rn "LOOK TH R&U.QHMMUC9 fWiTAWfS IN 6 GUAR AWT. El BUYFAlfHOEii'Mtt MATTRESS YOU GET TO INSURE It EST; THAT IS HEALTHFUL COMFORTABLE known Des Moines woman after suffering miserably for two days from bowel complaint, was cured by one dose of Chambcriian's Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. Forsalo by Stockton & Son. .A well SUMMER FABRICS for the least money. A hint to Jthe. wise is sufficent You Haven't Been Photographed .Since the Year You Were Married Iking tho family and let us make an artis- tic group The Water Company announces that many hydrants are loTt turned on over night by thoughtless people,-- --which wastes much of the water and is inJ violation of tho rules. If tho drought lasted until November there would be abundance.of water, in the Company's lakes, but there is no reason why so muclt should be wasted. According to the report of the inspectors, there is more water use in Richmond than many towns twice tho size, and it is claimed that a" great deal of it is wasted. Relief for the "Morning After" Those persons who, after a more or night's fun, awake with that extrdmoly uncomfortable sensation know as a "bead." will be pleased to know that Rexall Liver Salts offer remarkable relief for this condition. Ono teaspobnful in water, repeated several times at hourly intervals, will make you feel like a now man. . Results are guaranteed. Two sizes, 25c. and 30c. Perrys. The Roxall Drug Store. less strenuous N. V. WHITE Main Sfreet, below The Schlegel Studio 5. J. McGaughey , Prop. Remember, the name Doan's and Richard Gentry of Boyle, tho noted cattle man was in Madison Tuesday and Jake no other. Wednesday and purchased from Joe and An ordinary case of diarrhoea can, as Allen Deatherago 123" feeders which be cured by. a singlo dose of averaged 1,100. The price was 5 cents. a rule, Colic. Cholera - and Chambcriian's Diarrhoea Remedy. This remedy 1ms fleorge Humo sold a. bunch of fat no superior for bowel complaints. For & Son. cattlo to Wagers and Shearer last week sale 4 which averaged about cents at 5 Advertised Letters. 1,400 lbs. Mr. ilume was compelled to sell on account of .the drought, his Albany Teachers Agency, Mrs. water and grass being practically all ion V. Beaumont, B, Bedie Cain, . shut off. Mary Collins, Mr. A. H. Oargis, Hay Fever, Asthma and Sum- Mrs. Florence Parks, Mrs. Ray Newman, Mrs. Eliza Pinco, Mr. Hugh mer Colds H. Steger, Mrs. Requickly and Foley's Reynolds, Mr. II. Must bo relieved Compound will do it. becca Thomas, Mrs. H. M. Warder, Honey anh Tar E. M. Stowart. 1034 Wolfram St., Col. Mary White, Dora White. Chicago; writes: I have been greately C O. Wallac?, P. M. troubled during the "hot summer Fever and find that months with Hay by using Foley sr Honey and Tar 1 get great relief." .Many others who suffer similarly will bo glad to benefit by Mr. Stewart's exporiencc. Foley's Honey and Tar Compound is effective for coughs and colds in either children or grown persons. No opiates, no harmful drugs. Iii.a yellow fcakgps. is now a summer as well Refuse substitutes. For sale by Stock-3-Compound Stearns & Foster Mattresses are Comfortable, Durable and Sanitary; not only because-othe way they are made, but because of the materials m them. No patented process of mattress-makin- g will produce a quality mattress out of poor cotton or cotton improperly handled. Stearns & Fosler Mattresses are made of clean, sanitary cotton; felted into.hun- dreds of little webs, forming many springy, .buoyant layers standing nearly- three of their feet high. These layers are then laid by hand and compressed to original height and encased in the ticking; then tufted to just the proper tension, so as to be soft, yet firm, half yielding to your figure, yet supporting it in perfect relaxa-tur- n. f one-six- th - Made in the best qualities of Satin Finish, dustproof tickings WITHOUT 'EXTRA CHARGE. Four Grades of Superiority Anchor. $10.50 , Windsor. $13.50 Lenox. $16.00 Style A. $22.50 "When you buy a Stearns & Foster you get the best Mattress value ottered. Come in today and ask to see. these exceptional Mattresses. We'll gladly show them. A positive guarantee on every Mattress. is. a very 9 A Stearns & Foster Comfortable and Economical Mattress to buy. R ton & Son. Farm for Sale. 50 ' Taxes Due. first RICHMOND Your taxqs'for the year 1911 are now acres nearly all in grass with Come Richitnny hands for collection. dwelling and bam 8 miles from in early and avoid the rush, as woll as on Otter Creek pike. mond saving the penalty, by prompt payment. Apply to Sidney Warmuth. D. A. McCord, Sheriff. lt Tlnd House. Kv. " 7-8-- tf as a winter remedy. It has the same invigorating efand strength-producin- g fect in. summer as in winter. Try it in a little cold milk or ALL DRUGGISTS OLDHAM & LACKEY F water. lJi-UwiiuciicLjrviiig a, i C-.J- Jjjidiiy U, Dav Telephone 76 Night Telephone 136 W. S. O. 229 R. O. L. 0 Reduced Frices lor duiy We Are Offering Calico J-J-- As usual, at the end of the season we re- Clothing from the bolt, any amount of yards you want, at 4 , at 5c worth 6 Apron check Gingham, all Dress Ginghams, sold evenwhere at 10 and 12c at 9c 2c you-want2c, duce prices on all : Odd Lots, Remnants, preferingtq them out at sacrifice rather than carry them over. Our patrons know our methods and we are not going to give you a lot of highfaluting newspaper' talk" 'that we canft majce good - But we have this to say: close I? 3t I Lawns 4 -2 to 9c for values worth- - 6 to J 8c a yard We are making a clean sweep in purDress GooSs department and we offer values worth; from 50c to $K5G at about half price 1, and you "can get the greatest bargaing in - this department , ever offer in this city . We are Overstocked in Silks : You have heard a great deal about low prices on Clothing, but the bottom was never knocked completely out until now We must not carry over orit summer suit. See the prices and then look at the quality Men's Suits worth $20 to $25 for - $12,50 -$10.50 Suits worth 15.00 and 18.00 for . Suits worth 10.00 arid 12.50 for - - $7.50 $1.98 Youths' Suits worth from 3.50 to 6.50 Boys' Suits worth J .50 to 6.50 now 98c to $3.75 b r o in Irs We have a good assortment of , If you are looking f or Carpets, Mattings and Rugs In facts all-lines,, worth fronr$J.OO to $J.50, our price now is 69cto 98c Our order for Ladies' Skirts for fall was placed some time .. ' Ladies' Waists -- &- values at a price we have them Your money's worth and more. All summer goods must go if prices will move them. They : will go not something for nothing but high grade light weight merchandise at the lowest prices you have seen this season. are lower, but space forbids more clean-u- p prices- - Remember we have merchandise' na trash, but the prices, of honest . at reduced tf . g o$ Get prices ago'and we must clean up in this department. We have a few Long Coats for ladies worth from $7.50, to 410.00; while they last' your choice for $4.75 If Ladies', Misses' andfhildren's Slippe rs lower in price for quality, than everbefore We quote -- ' a few prices and ask you to come in 'and look, and if not asj represented, don't spend a penny IS Corner First Hami.lt on B r others t Main a . Richmond, Kentucky - l THE COUNTY FAIR September T, 8 and 9, 1911 RICHMOND, FAIR GROUNDS, : M ADISON This is your Fair. Arc you" going toTielp make it a success? THREE BIG DAYS AND NIGHTS. DAVE McCORD, President. 1 -- . BIGGER- - AND BETTER THAN EVE For catalogue or any information, Address Exhibition ring unexcelled. or ....... Dr. Ellis, of the Richmond Drug Co., lavish hand, and the young foil;?. Have you seen Kelly? This is a new Meets Today. is spending J especially, arc never moj. delighted wcbks av iid rawm vaywii. loan wiieu quests iiiorejjiose com-- I The IcnublicanS of this Snnatnrml style shoe for young men and can bo and Colgates' Talcum Powder Mermen's J luring ins aosonce Jr. 01 &ian- tno party lasj vteucwere Misses ',iislrlct comnosed of .i," nonntlM nf seen in tan or black, button or bluchcr. Elia-iv- , ford will be behind the prcscription4&Uwnf Prico $3.00. Rico & Arnold. G. D. Corsets, countcr. h Btirnam's Insurance Agenoy will bond Mr. Robert Sallce was called toI&nf nZnnVV of nominating a candidate. Tlw ville Monday, on account of the death 43tf legation went uninstruct- - you. ... ........... of his sister. Miss Etta Sallee, whose JuugoA. it. lturnam. wlio ronrc . . death occurred in that city Sunday. Joel, James and Curtis Park. sentcd the district tlio last term will Notice to Pavement Con .t Deceased was prominent in the not bo a cand date on account of his tractors. Schmidt T. U. work of Kentucky other business alTalrs, and many reOno of the most enjoyable social Thonows of tho death of Miss Jose publicans from this county, especially Scaled bids will bo received by the Having decided to rajve to Richmond events of the summer months was the phine Schmidt, which occurcd in West the younger element, nre urging Mr. A. I will oa City of Richmond, Ky., for building dance given last Monday evening at the Covington Saturday was received at her R. fiurnam, Jr., to allow his name to co Masonic Temple by members of the homo ner.o with mucirsorrow. Deceased before tho convention. Ho is ono of tho comet sidewalks, curbing and gutters, younger sot. Prof. Paeling's opera was twenty five years of ago and n most most promising young lawyers in the in front, side or roar. as set forth by for to house orchestra furnished delightful lovable 'young woman, and had been Stato, a kcon politician and a good ordinances, of the following property Wednesday, Sept. rcsldingowith Father Ryan for some- mixer and would win in the district, nmsic. owners: In Col. Dave Freeman wa chosen a' time. Her death followed an operation which is republican by a safe majority. at 10 o'clock A. ST., offer for sale pub SIDEWALKS. for appendicitis. Besides her father. Estill, Lee and Powell countios, each member of the Executivo Committee at licly my farm of Mr. L. O. Schmidt she is survived by have a candidate In Frank Welsh, Sam Mrs. M. P. Jennings, West Main St. will for the annual reunion of the State Associa .for fall tion of Elk at Louisvillo last week. Col. two listers, Misses- Kale and Laura .lturst and John Hardwick but Mr. Mrs. Elizabeth Miller, Lancaster,! Ave. both of this city.l Burnam would be the stronger candidato Trustees Christian Church Parsonage. Freeman Is a Past Exalted. Ruler of Schmidt, sell all two Richmond Lodge and one of the most Funeral services by Father Rynn this of the three. J. E. Grccnleaf, Lancaster Ave. morning at St Mark's .church consistGeorgo D. White's heirs " enthusiastic Elks in the country Concrete Walks. ed of Requiem Mass at 0:30 followed, by I John B. Parkes situated 1 miles from Silver Creek Mr. T. J. Jackson, of Detroit, brother .. r ft m, the blessing of the dead and n beautiful of County Attorney Jackson, has return tribute and sermon by Father Ryan; Before contracting for Concrete walks VOiov j.aj lor Station, 3 miles from Klrksville, and . ... Baptist Church Main Street. 7 miles from nd after a visit to relatives hero. J1C is Richmond, Ky. This Tii'e Remains seo J. D. King & Bon, 208 Estill ave Presbyterian Church " " is ono of formerly pas.tor here.. in the retail shoe business and 9 21 James Boreing's heirs, East Main ' farm is well improved and as pro boysmaking were laid to rest in' the Richmpnd nue., Richmond, Ky. of the Madison county cemetery. " ductive land as there is in the county, "" Bourbon Current good in other States. House. Mrs. Fannie Nelson , " . -well watered. It has! on.it a Messrs. Harry Rice, Harold Oldham, Tudor. Daniel (House, one of Madison county's Trustees Madison - Institute, Summitt. Paul Hanscr. Joe Schlesrel and John D, John Donaldson South Second Street. Valentine K. Tudor, born and reared oldest residents, passed away at the Herndon, sons of Prominent Madison ",T Mary low prices, in county men, will enter Millcrsburg in Madison and a resident ' hero for home' of his son, on the Boonesboro road John Jane Walker etc, B. Park's .Military nrst oi nexi morn than fifty years died at his home Saturday, afler an ijlncss dating back Mrs. Pattio Hume institute the a good barn and all necessary out month. Mr. Paul Hanger was a student in Jesamlno county, near East Hickman a year. Deceased was a grand old man, is believing, for buildings; a good orchard; all but 40 monday, after a long illness. Deceased a christian gentleman, beloved by all CURBS A$D GUTTERS, last year. there was in his eightieth year. The remains who knew him and one whoso life was acres of the farm is in grass. Col. Albert Crutclificld, of Louisville, Summitt is for this brought to Richmond Tuesday and well spent in dealing with his fellow-ma- Mrs. L. R. Blanton 1 also offer for sale has returned home T after a visit to the were Mrs. Bessie Chenault Mr. House was in his seventy-fift- h intcred in the local cemetery, besides r "i r t liimiiv oi iim sun, ivev. u. .if ri..il. his aged wife. Mr. Tudor is survived by ii. uuii-u- year and came of pioneer parents C. T. Fox 2 brood raares.andBOod workers, field. Mr. Cmtchlleld is in the Internal Elmor Parrish daughters; Messrs. L. 2 fillies, Revenue business undor Collector Petty, eight sons andKansas; Charles W. and of the Kentucky mountains, being born Mrs. Geo. Myers O. Tudor, 1 three-year-oand Is one of the oldest in the employ of Mrs. W. I). ofHudson, of Pecos, Texas; and reared in Clay county. Ho came Mrs. llattie Baxter saddle horse, to Madison about twenty five years ago tnclc Sam in that district. 1 family horse, K. and McCrcary Tudor, of Jessamine and has enjoyed tho friendship and love W. T. Short Mr. Ed Wines and Miss llattie Lee and Messrs. Cy. W. K. and H. II. of a wide circle of friends during h's Mrs. Mattie Douglas 1 yearling Iiorso colt, Million wore u warded the first prizo in Tudor, ol .Madison. His wife was for resilience here. Ho was a Mason for Said bids will bo received for building last mcrly Jdiss Hill, of this county a sister uony seven years, one of tho oldest in said walks, by the square foot for walks, 1 yearling horse mule, :i danciiiL' contest at Crab Orchard week, in which several couples took of Clerk L. W. Hill. Mr. this section, ftiul at the time of his and by the lineal foot for curbing and 1 pair of horse mules,well broke, part. The judges wcro unanimous in Tudor left Madison about thirty years death was a member of Kingston Lodge, guttering. Said work is to bo done 1 fat cow, making thoir decision. n,wasa contest ago to reside in Jessamine and enjoyed this county. He joincll the Chrhtinn strictly according to tho specifications resit cow, for honors in the ever popular barn the friendship and love of a host of church nearly fifty years ago and was adopted by the City for said work and 3 Jersey milk cows, dance. friends in that section as vcll as li s a great upholder of the teachings of under the supervisions of tho Streot 4 heifer calves, Butterick Patterns Miss EdnaGiunchigliani hasaccepted home county. Campbsll. Mr. .House was Committee and Street Commissioners. Alexander twico married, his first wife living bu"t Apportionment warrants will bo issued 2 nice yearling Jersey heifers, a position to teach in a largo content Bargain Counter and her sister, His second wife was by tho city to the Contractor which are 1 pedigreed yearling Jersey bull a few weoks. iust outside of Cincinnati See Our ,. .. ... . . orma win .oe a stuueni. .t Miss Rebecca Brock, of Tennessee, who due as soon as the work is completed Aiiss 1 xtra good 11 mo. old Eed boar preceded him to the gravo seven years and accepted by the City, bach pieco 7 sows GiunchiL'liani was sraduatcd last June and pigs, or Music and is one oi Some Suggestions and Re- - ago. Of this union six bovs survive, of work will bo let separately. Tho from the Collesre Messrs. A. J.. S. H., L. C, W. I., J. E , right lo reject any or all bids is reserved. 14 shouts, the most gifted- - pianists in the South. quests Concerning Contracts will bo let Saturday, Aug .1 two-hors- e and R. A. House, all of this county. Bvans arc sojourn wag)n, Miss Bessie Turlcv. and truest Miss 1 one-horThe funeral services were conducted at ust 20th. and . OHfoyf ng Die Xcllie Musick. of St. Louis. Mrs. G. B. wagon, Entertainment. tho homo of Mr. S. II. nouse Monday ' City of Richmond, Ky. Kstill Itrceres. Turlov. Jr.. Mrs. C. F. Hiiruins. Mrs. B 1 binder, In three weeks from by Rev. French, of Winchester, and Mrs. Hew? Perry has gone to Atlanta, U. JIHlion and daughters and Dr. augni 1 hay rake, the Kentucky Annual Conference burial followed in the Richmond ceme- By Samuel Rice. Mayor. Madison caunty aro tery, with services at the grave by the Mlor tor. visM i her Mster, .Mrs. tienry and family, areafter an extended people. will convene in our city. Sieve K. 1 cutting harrow, stay at are home who Tali. S. Todd as Councilman WM. somo wavs in which the community can Masonic Lodge of Kingston. 1 good cider mill. Kits KM Mustek, of SU Louis, has Crab Orchard. assist tho cntertainmont committee and In another colmn appears the official Farming implements and gear, Rev. Tavlor. who has been called lo naslor verv much in taking care of our sevontl (Wivs the guest of Miss bee.t mitltett ETEAT WEBIBWT IT announcement of.Talt. S. Todd as can Baxter's Show. the nastoratc of the Waco and Lnion visitors. unoy. 1 set ol wagon harness, if i didato to succeed himself as Council Wednesday nnd Thursday evening at arrived ui iwmist First Let us Hen. K. L. Tamlkison THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO was here Monday en legal qfLaucastor city and cliurcues. lias house house uie week if you will know within the next the opera house Manager B.iSter an man. Mr. Todd is ato well known con 1 new side saddle, on will occupy the assist in entertaining. business in most if not all tractor and known rifth street owned by Mrs. waiter wai- This is necessary, for our guests nounces tho wonderful Comes & Emmltt our citizens. He is a sober man and 2 barrels of apple vinegar, (Incorporated.) the I . S. Uwrt. lard. Ho has recently been in charge mustfr.t be assicneu'to their homes, with their Vcntriloquial Manikins. stands, for good morals and the upbuild' Household & Kitchen Furniture Joel Artookle attended the Itousc of the church at Bursrin and is a force then they arc .to be notified of the names ing of this city in every moral and Terms made known on day of sale. nartv of Ml6 Sarah Ionise Hedfonl in ful speaker. Pre, and Mgr. Paris hut week. Cement Workers . A II. Miller nf ibeir hosts, then they aw to repiy in . business way. He is now serving a term CBrAny one desiring to look over of the day and on hosts Secy-Trea- s. At the Flatwood Christian church forming theirexpect W. C. WMle J. D. King & Son, practical cement as councilman and to those !who have the place, and will notify me, will be Mrs. Will Cromwell and soa of Frank So, you to near Waco, a big protracted meeting is wht trainimportant them. this may see workers, Richmond, Ky. 203 Estill Ave observed his course in discharging the giaa to meet you at isiiver ureeK. fort are guesta of Mrs. llattie Iluchanan bo that MwWr tt duties of the office he will be abundant going on with Rev. F. M. Tinder, of it aod daughter. 0 2t ly acceptable for Lancaster occupying the pulpit. On done that we shall know within tho week nue. J. T. JONES, prs6 Aueotkitex uufttemr Kicholasville, account of this ministers popularity as a the homes that will entertain. Please Mfes Marion MUohell. of R. D. No. 2, guest of Miss pulpit orator, he will no doubt nave help us in this matter atonce. k the aUraetive Uttle PBBU&HIRS LEAGUE. Richmond, Ky C4ftHTH Socond-Wh- en Mary Catharine Jasper. the trains arrive a com crowds, xne meeting promises to reat Phone 217 Ring 2'. mitlee will beat tho depot to direct to Mr. and .Mrs. Joe Oldham have gone e a great success. . tho several homos, but, with from fifty Long Tom Chenault, AucUoneer. YEAB to Coo way, Rodkeastle county for PEK 1.0 IEBIGE At the home of Rev. Culton, on North to a hundred, persons coming on one vacation oi ton days. week, that centleman ollicia train, it will bo hard for tho committee Street last IN ADVANCE Miss Cecil Barnott has returned from tinjr. there was a very pretty double Many a Suffering Woman pel them to their homes promptly. DanuMe whore she has been the guest. wedding In which two Madison county to have never seen a woman Drags hersalf painfully through her If you can assist the committee by meetWKHCBSDAY AUG. I - - - Mil of Mrs. Ethel Pates. counle were the contracting parties, ing your guests at the train, if notified Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Richardson are Xlioy were Mr. James axdhi ana .miss by them of tho time of their arrival, 11 with good sense but w 'had daily tasks, suffering from ofbackache, headache, nervousness, loss appetite soettdiar a few days with friends and Ida Whitakorand Mr. Claude Cates and will help us much. Most of them will sleep, ills are beauty enough to make her and poor kidney not knowing hertroubles. Announcements relauves at i overly. m Miss Sallic White. due to and bladder arrive Tuesday on the noon and evening icuuim-villFoley Kidney Mr. aod Mrs C. P. Wagers of Klrksrelief Mr. R. O. lackey of the firm of Old trains from YVincncsier aim preparaWe you from pain and Pills give quickprompt nmhorid w self highly agreeable. misnry and a Somo who work in ttVHHKTT HHHHT M & C4MMW8 fw vilL luive seoe to Jonesboro, Tenn for ham & Lackey, has been notified of his und strength. Ouppaman. swbjeet I. (Im imUm f a visit to relatives. appointment lo the Educational Board tion for the Conference will come on wish to see faces light up with return to healtnsutlers can afford Kb woman who so Xnmlv. to Mrs. Geo. White has returned from of the Cincinnati College of Embalmin; .Third If vour cuests should fail to Chautauqua and is the guest of Mr, J Mr. Lackcv has just recently completed joy and satisfaction just drop overlook Foley Kidney Pills. For sale We we aw4MKte4 to aawownee T. T. if ever, that all tho by Stockton.it Son. ureonleal and lamtly his preparation work for a college nnmo 'at O&rwvmi; as a oamtidntc for tjouneil notify the past or in among the customers at Mr. and Mrs. Waller Ballard will diploma and Slate license andhis gen delegates come) please Demo-awri- c mm, MwttBt to Mm itetwMi of the move to Mkldlesboro tills week, having eral showing while at college was the or such laiiure, tnai no uiu oujij Nirty. cause of his appointment to this Board their'places if necessary. who have car- disposed of thotr proporl' here. Pnnrtii Those of vou We are amfcoifctod u aanowtee Tai.t and Julia Misses Harriett Parrisli of Mrs. Laura Blanton nnii automobiles, and shall be S. 3m a a ewMltdate for OociUHn. White have returned from a delightful onAt the home last Tuesday evenin the Summitt pleased to assist us in placing our visiimbjoet lo ttee mh of ilte Democratic visit to friends in Mississippi, delightful dancing party was tendered tors Monday, and especially. Tuesday, Irty. Mrs. Wm. S. Broaddus, Mrs. It. C. the vounger set of the city with Mr. wo shall bo glad to hear from you. Let Dealing Beees. have roturnod from a pleasant George Blanton jis host. The young us magnify and sustain our reputation Low For grazing or feeding cattle call oa or folks tripped the light fantastic until a for christian hospitality. Your It k rumored that Cel. W. P. Walk, sojourn at Crab Orchard. place your orders with Opera House Building late hour, and after delicious refresh particulars is necessary Telephone 62 in these Mrs. M. B. Arbuckie and little daugh Wm bees makittg the editorial ments, made the happy occasion gratefully. Pinnell-McMulle- n Lertagkm IleroW, ter, Sarah Kvans -nave returned jrom a memorable ono In the long line or social and shall be accepted oofcimm. of ikt G. W. CJnUTCHFIKI.D, l asior. ten days stay at ronoli I.lok springs events of the summer. remHf live aod vivaoioo. will go to Live Stock Coinmission Co. Dr. and Mrs. Payjie, of St. Louis, a posttiea a wore eueote htst week of 3Ir. and 31 ra IxMtferiHe ad aoeef Changed Grounds. Mr. J. J. Skinner, of Leroy, 111., whe Kansas City Stock Yards te nf tie Falls Tbos. Jefferson Smith on West Main SU has been in the county for several editorial writer The Sun Bros., "have changed tho a Lit nv mIo! 0 n cctta waning auaui i v.o, wo a in 1 mv show grounds and will spread their t uj' leaiiag ttailte. vene of Uk Mr. OoMwoll Clay, of Mt. Sterling A careful selection for what you want was bur batunwy ana buna ay witu Climax office Monday and renewed his massive tents on Mr. G. B. Turley s lot will be made by our W. O. Park who tat eer 4tHet need joet sock as he. friends, harinc motored over in his subscription. Mr. Skinner Jcrv this on Big Hill Ave., whioh is nearer the has had 28 years experience in filling county over twenty five years ago ana depot and very level. The parade is a White oar. orders on this market. Please address ' lias been quite successful in his adopt oa feature of this big show. The DomosraUe Swtte OmrUii wtH all communications b Mm. L. P. Todd is taking a vacation homo He owns a farm of G0 acres peo st BHM(r Oroea on Medy from his duties at the Uioe & Arnold near Leroy, which he holds at 200 pat Hew Owner. a store, and s sfv?nltnc a quiet time at Septeoiber 4th. (Labor Day) a W. acre. He says all th.e' land in t'jai Mr. W. F. Higgins, who has been a SmuSw Eill springs. BtoBStMHK erewtf k nronkoi. section wjll average this price. Kansas City Stock Yards member of the firm of Lutnati & HigMksos Marion Coulter and Marv Mc Creary wil fire Uie ooalog guo. dec 1 Miss Gary Rice was the hostess Sat- gins In Richmond for sometime, has fil)e ISirid, Pla.. are here for h isoMmed that hilre4s of llnA urday, evening at a a vhiit u Mts btoIKi UUnn .at .Madison honor of Misses Sidney Fresco party in purchased bethe interest ofofhis partner the local and Mary Olivia and will sole owner cms win v4c for the Seoator m Institute. 300 White, of, Danville, Lucy White Booker, house. This firm has conducted a large Souther Keotucty Persons if .i 2&- Miss Ollie Baldwin was the hostess of louisvillo and Misses JDoty and furniture store in Winchester also und 200 HertM kut Frhfcy at the regular meeting of Bogard, guests of .Mrs. Georgo Bogard. has enjoved a big trade. Mr, Higgins Leaflk Railway since It seGM as it Uoete Ileori AVaUersoo her Bridge club. Miss Helen Dennett It was quite a pleasant social event and' has built up an excellent trade city's IcrfcrfEkffeils rCars ui Eyiifwri) w crowiwr somewhat childiek. he gets was awarded the trophy. the hostess was never more charming. coming here and is one of the Brmvm ol Cnmh lurioos when he can't have things' H Traveling: Vlo The Rice lawn wa very prettily decora- wide awake business men.. g Mr. John bcxton nave re or nvs way of late, but soon tonels U. turned and Mrs.two weoks slay in Louis- ted for the occasion and the guests were "'v- -' CAaciANIMALS WILO Special Train I rum a lie's a wlie eld head at tbat. served delightful refreshments during Old Negro. ville whore they attended the Elks re- the evening. uHion and visited relatives "Uncle" Clifton Gilbert.' ono. of the Sevhual bird mew have beea added At the residence of Dr. C. C. Marshal oldest colored residents of the county, many friends of Mr. JamessHub- The to the list of dead dorm; the pa&t week bard will reerot to loam tbat he is in Monday evening, that gentlemen passed away at his home in this city Mr. E. L. Bramel, of. Bourbon early Tuesday morning. He was sevenat the Cmoaco Aviation meotmg. A via critical condition. He has been in St tor Lonco. of Danville, had bettor take Joseph )topiiaI Louisville. county and Miss Pearl Anderson, of this ty years of age and had alvvays, comwarning and let it akae. county were united in marriage. The manded the respect of the white folks, Miss Anne Adams, of Lancaster lias on account of couple will make arrived in Riohmond and will mako her young home. The'bride is 'Paris their as well as his own race a daughter his strong character. He was born in Coi.. VATTERsojf says he will follow heme with Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Arnold future of the. late M. J. Anderson,, rormerly Madison and during slavery lived with MoOroary tolled if the road leads there. on East Main direct. accut here for the Siuger Sewing Ma John Gilbert, from whom he goi his w hi ail was a safe assertion, for the Mrs. Xannie Feland, of Ray, Arizona, Senator hasn't any idea of ever going in is bore lor a visit to friends and rela chine Co. She has been making her name Ho learned the tinners trade home with Mr. and Mrs. W-- F. Higgins, before the war with Mr. Gilbert, and i bat direction. tives. Mrs. Feland is making her home Mr. Charles Anderson, of the Perry' after serving in the Uniorr army, redaughter, Mrs. Cale Shearer, drug store is"a brother. turned home and followed this ocFraxk It. Hoshbij, a beer stave with her Mrs. Thoman Baldwin, Miss Ollie his death. He worked manufacturer, and u friend of Judge The Big Sandy Monitor, published at cupation until for many years and that O '11 ear, has been named as the head of Baldwin and Mrs. Thomas Baldwin Jr. Prcstonsburg, Floyd county, ' has the for P. M. Pope matured to following complimentary notice of one gentleman- paid him a very high tribute the Ileruihlicaii Campaign OBmmitiec vteit to Mr. Mt. Sterling Tuesday for Forty and Mrs. Harry- - Hoirman. of Madison county's leading educators: as an honest trustworthy man. in Louisville. Mrs, Weslev MoKinney and so Miss Leila Harris, a teacher of the years ago, Mr. Pope superintended the New thmgs are being added daily to James Wesley. Jr., and Mrs. R. eighth grade in the city - schools of work of covering the court house and Stone and R. K. Jr., ar enjoying the Richmond, Ky., has been a .very" pleas was assisted by "Uncle" Cliff, the same beerji our bargals counter. & WALTONS and health giving water of Swango Springs. ant and useful visitor to our institute roof that is now in place. A wife and Illce & Arnold two children survive him. . 15 Aerlalists and the Flyinjr Delmars this week, She has ideas and knows Mrs. Durand Whipple, of Little Rocl was here last week the guest of Miss how to give them to tho other fellow. lO lifers, Tk riilES wk Kk iCIE KIKN Public Sale of Madison Mrs. Whipple was Wish every rural school in Kentucky Van Grcenlcaf. formerlv Miss Lizette Dickson, of had the equal of Miss Harris for CLOWNS. Tk WnVs Fmr use and fam Mrs. Thos. County Land. teacher. She has been representing and .ttaris, . visiting at KSce' iatiSn.-100 KMOftMING ARTISTS celling a book entitled "A Dictionary of The undersigned will on Friday, n h wmrni HM MM Mr. Ravenna Harris, of Gran field. Facts." Mrs. Cora White spent la sU week with Ok la., fonnerlv of this county is back September 1st, 19U. ' relatives in Irvine. I . WXWMKXWr TV4C ICews has been received here of the ,. GREAT Leroy MoKinney is in Clark cguajyJ on a visit to hfs son, Wm. Harris in the marriage of Miss Louise Colyer, of Tor TERRIFIC I Sell to the highest and best bidder a Mr. 'Harris says the drounhi nngton, until. vtUlini. hs mint. MriL E lrVr Wyoming,' the handsome tract of land on Otter Creek about haul as , State as n Kentucky daughter pf Mr. Charles Colyer, form-erle- y four miles north of Richmond, Ky., Mrs. Geo. Simmons spent lasteQrelj - Miss Tillic Douglas was ibe hostess of this city, Whicti'was splemnized containing 40 acres. k, with her mother in Lexington. o This was the home of (he late James EstilW Monday eveaiarai six .. clock dinner. i on the 10th" inst at the home of the Mrs. William G rider is - .. . compliment to musses .unry n iewart and bride, to Dr. Mantor, a prominent Park. There- is a 5 room residence and spring for a ten days stay CouUor. of De Land, Fla., who physician of Nebraska., The bride has all necessary' outbuildings, good four Mr. B. L. Banks,w4fe and little soirifJ the &uest of Miss Stella Dunn peen a resident of Wyoming for several acr? tobacco barn, never falling water. are visiting bxOolumbU. ti&vers were laid for ten. years, her. parents having left Madison A most desirable home. Salo begins at SUrliiig TkriHnr Mr. Ceoil Sea. of Chicago,' is herelhe4 Hev. S. B. Barnes is in Tndiananol to locate in that tat. The Wedding at 10 A. M. on dale mentioned above. guest or the lastly or vt. liaies announcement will e pleasant news Terms made knowa then. They Will this week lor V.a visit to reletites. II 111 TI.l. Irtrn.tllA Tin forthe many frien" of the bride in be liberal. J. Scott Park, French Park, a .A fM Mrs. Joo. Arnold and children are .I1IKU ,iuai ,lucid unnuutuib, . it visiting her mother in Mt. Sterling. ! coin county, where' ho will begin this section. Mrs. W. S. Park. Mrs. I. i Park. i ! meetings on trie zsm. of rev;-aMiss Clara Lee. of Danville, is the At same time will sell 4(f 3 acres Mr. and Mrs. Curtis F. Park enterMmv CHAMiS0inBrtJOM lbs 9fe guest or Jdrs. Alex, uenny on urecK to last two weeks, tained about sixty of the younger set adjoining the above. On this is a good WE ISIOC-DWavenue. Ik fitst lilt ffaht Friday evening at their home two room residence and a good small Mrs. D. E. Flora left Sunday for last CLEPKAXTS . MUsesMiRnie Wag CJiioagq, t r rcha.se fall and winter "Woodland Park"" on the Sneedwell tobacco barn, well fenced and well netrOohen Have retur stock far the ttiaMNond Millitierv Co. road, with a watermelon fenst. The watered. Fertile land about 2 being 4Sfie waseeWtea by Mrs. Mary B. affair wasln honor 61 a gay heuseparty, Otter Creek bottom soil. Both tracts will ad-- 1 Hicks and Mr. rYlH Howe and fam little daughter ELzabeth. which spent the weeK at the ark home. be soled seprately and then as it whole. ing the week at Broadh j(Mlnd ing they will stop at Indianapolis and Cin- Mr. and Mrs. Park eajo? the reputation Come and bid, the Terms are liberal. 4 of extending their hospitality with a ;IraT IJsrks, cinnati ob their return home the fair. jis taking a vacation and ,iu 0Q. Now is the Time, almost buy something nothing. order to make room the goods, we our next weeks JnnZV W"' J. S. CRUTCHER, Secretan PUBLIC THE NEW' .Ak. L IS Kentucky Disc Drills 6,1911, We have just 23 3 iw ACRES Muslin Underwear at a 11 . . Great Reduction received a car load of Kentucky Disc Drills. Before buying call and let uz show you this drill. Only force feed drill on the market. Runs alike up hill and down when the hopper .is full or almost Come and see our and don't seeing Cash Only sale -- Nice Eight Room House empty. C3 " n. . . two-year-o- ld ld 0. J5. Shackelford Co. We: OWEN McK EE ;JSif 55 hr Telephone 33 Main Street, i Methodist Conference 10) Bigger and Better Than Ever The Richmond Climax. Yaet NINTH ANNUAL se to-da- y, Kentucky I'LL BE THERE Stats 1G, 1CI i ...LOUISVILLE... SEPTEMBER 11. 12. 13. 14. 15, ! WILL YOl Betsy's Pointers THRILLING FREE ACTS DAILY RACING - - LIVE STOCK SHOW FINE HORSES - - GOOD MUSIC- CLEAN MIDWAY - EDUCATION HEAD-O- N COLLISION SATURDAY MORE CLASSES A'D LARGER PREMIUMS Til AN 1MB For Information or catalogue write to PERRY M. SHY. Secretary, No. 320 Paul Jones Building "I in e. If w Lackey & Todd Prices and Square Id Cattle Dealers HEN your residences a .d store buildings nto painted and papered, or decorated in way, see me about it, as I am prepared todoallkir' - Painting', Decorating and The Home of Paper Hanging. yourexcept sueh.as I invite you to inspect at all Very respectful' yours, Besides.!, vfill use nothing in the way of m.iterit tt. I- 1 before being applied to your house, etc. Also, I appreciate a share of your patronage, and promise in return for same honest work and materials. O. PARK W.L.LEEDS Third SttL Street Richmond, Kv ir g, - -- 1 H A N KS ! 20 Acrobats tho 6 P&RSONALS ... V ACTmjtt Pjmfi&r bad-in-Jli- af take this method of thanking our friends and customers of Richmond and Madison county for the liberal patronage and pkasant and cordial treatment extended us during the six and one-ha- lf years we have in Richmond. Mr. W. R Higgins, who has conducted the business during this time, has purchased the intcrest of Mr. T. T. Luman. and will continue thc business under the same olans as the old firm. ,Hc.jtnerit voor confidence, aooreciates vour natronaoe J x O i bargains I interesting I C and some verv to offee which , " will pay you to inspect before you buy. T ' Vc fc - atf 1 Fm ExbibitioBS LUMAN 8c RICHMOND, KENTUCKY. HIGGINS, -- 1-- ram f RichmondTuesday, Aug. 29 Win en You Add somctbing each year that will luake your home more comfortable.. It ig difficult 'for most of us to buy large quantities of house furnishings at one time -- . No Let Up On' Price Cutting . You will be surprised, though,. how rapidly home becomes attractive with new things, "if you follow thisplan of adding. 'something new every spring; Try It A 4 V,;, Up-to-Date On of them left ' Splendid Stockof New Fine Suits a Furniture, Mattings and'Rtigs Heady for 3'our selection now. Never before have we sold so. many fine suits, never before had we so many to sell, and there are stilt hundreds Beautiful grays, blues, browns, tans, and splendid colot mixtures of all kinds, stouts, slims, 'longs, chunks, and regulars a. BENNETT and H 1 GG 1 N S UNDERTAKING models to fit all men--pric- ed lower than fine clothing was ever sold before in Kentucky ,w Divided into four big lots as follows How's This? (V , A man or woman In aach locality. To join the Supreme Council of this society Introduce our Benefit Certificate Vp tW aaiarilaanl. inw kaswa I". J. and acquaintances. Must net for Ik test tt yearn. Mid AtrHere him amon? frlendi and 03 years of. be between 16 and ase. Glva rfprtlv baaatafctr la aU fcaitnf Impaction aar WlatIB all or only spare time. We pay cajh benetinaarlalh- - aM t tmrtr J' fits for sickness. Injuries, accidents and KAT. BANK Or COMMERCE. deaths. Experience not necessary. Can TaieOa, OM. make from K0.00 to JJTE.00 a month and up. Hall Catana Para U tabs lalmtaHr. aftlRC A pleasant and highly profitable profesot ir..iiv ansa k fciua aaa mur nrt fn. l'rte 79 sion. Every member secured means a TtaUaaaatak tr'ttraa. JSI4 by all DragrMe. certain assured Income for you every i . "it botttr. month thereafter. Why not set Into busike IUU' rusltf IHa far ceestlpaUaa. ness for yourself NOW? No cspltal needed. Bend for particulars. BOX LA-29COVINGTON. KY. 'jrrti ..r i.Ker Ow ciunk ". Haaaia Dalian s taat raaowl VliBKBT cfd Beward for ny bp HU WANTED P. J & CO. Tols.. O. h(m . ' -- Dr. M. Dunn Specialist 3. -- W. W. Broaddus & Co., have excellent facilities for storage. Bring in your 2- -1 f Dun Breofc, Hre, WgUtliig, dyoione wheat. tf and live stock insurance, 5andlin Sale. Come te Owes MoKee, Richmond Dr. Sandlin's public sale of city Kv for dry geecfc and nUfls. Othors proporty brought out a tf ood crowd, but the bidding was light. i. j and why Mt Five cottages oa street were Fine commvtv hams jwt received a taken down, but theualnutroom in cast store tt ( ulion's. end wont for JS9S0 with Judge Elne seW. W. KrewMus & Ob. S-Jar all Million as the purchaser. ' .mis of slang. Colt Show. liuroam' IwMtrmatce Agency writes all At Brassfield. Ky. All persons hav-in- s JlUf kinds. colts sired by my horsedlex ChieOare requested to haro sam here on Saturday. i Order eotvef ifcese Juicy steaks from August 20th, all o clock p. m. to com pete lor the premium, ss.uu wtiion win Fulton. PiHme IS. be givon lo the one having the best ' N. O. Todd. ltan Break, Are, ligfauiMg, cyotene colL tf jnd live steak osnranee. In Diseases rf EYE, EAR, NOSE m THROAT Rlofcmend, Ky Oidham BWg. 5t 5uits, this season's newest styles, in great variety of beautiful patterns and weaves tailored to fit without fault and 'keep their shape perfectly. Strong values at $22.50 and $25 slaughtered now for $-15 All our finest Kenton Hand-mad- e you take unlimit- that sold at $ 8 to $20. These are also Kenton Handmade and fine enough for any man. Every suit loses us money, but the loss is smaller now than if carried to next spring For Twelve-Fift- y ed choice of all 12 50 1 1 10.U Honest values at $ 5, $ 650 and $ 7, but we are forced to slaughter them at Ten Dollars for choice. Big 1 1 loss to us, big gain to you. Will you buy? A wealth of fine worsteds and serges to select from Brand new suits, this season's models unusual values at $ 0 to $1250-slaught- ered at $750 for choice. Prudent men will buy for future needs at these prices 1 . 7M No man can invest his dollars more profitably than buying his clothing now at these prices V. -f Covington, and Banks New Warehouse For the Loose Leaf Business Diseased Tree Are Being Scientifically Treated in Richmond By Expert gang. . Better Attendance Must be Given the Ball Games if the Team Finishes out -- Field Full. The Couifly Attorney's race for the nomination promises to be one of the warmest over known In this county. Five candidates have entered the field and they .are working hard, although it is a long time before tho election. Attorneys Murray Smith, J. J. Green' leaf, John Koland pnd Harris Cooke are on the track and County Attorney Jackson has announced for Mr. Jackson is a strong candidate and the one who takes the office from his grasp will have run a good race. Here's hoping that the result will bring no ill feeling among the young aspirants. Poor Burley. There is another tough road for the seemingly ill fated Burley Tobacco Society to trod. This time it is a suit asking a receivership and was filed in Lexington last Thursday by J. D. Cover, James Thackcr, and John Ford, all or Scott. In the petition it Is alleged in part that the expenditures aro reckless and without intention of carrying out the original contract. "That the defendants are insolvent, that every dollar they have was derived from the pools and belongs to the members thereof, and that the only remedy available to tnem is a discovery and aceounting "As stockholders are scattered through out threo States, plant iffs say it would be impossible to bring them all before the, court in a reasonable time and they pray that they be allowed to prosecute the action for all persons similarly sit uated as themselves, that receiver or receivers be appointed by the court to take charge of all the business of the defendant corporations and that, all funds be distributed among those entitled thereto." This will be interesting news to many Madison county tobacco growers, who will watch tho outcome anxiously. Next Week. LAXATIVE SENT FREE TO TRY It may be taken for granted that lucre is no iarniiy tnat does not sometime need a laxative. If you don't know of a good laxative, or the laxative yoa are using is losing its effect. c wui iu caji your attention to Ut. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, which thousands of families are using; we have scores of letters from mothers and scores from prominent men savinir thrv ari-- mini, it nenn. ally and giving it to men like Mr. C K. Smith of the Traffic Clearing House. Pine Bluff, Arte, and Mr fwnrr- - Tt lawyer of Harlan, Ky. The thousands of mothers who use it them selves and give it to their children would take too much space to men tion. their-familie- The Colored folks are making great preparations for their fair next week at 75 OMila. Pfcee Ml. wnich will be held at the fair grounds in the eastern part of the city. This will be limes with the colored brother 71ms. A. SWehsw, agent for Hurst as the exhibition, has been advertised alt IIoae iMwswee Co. Write me er phone over the country. S lyr 151 rmr 2. Uufcni Otty. Ky. Pure R. I. 0-- lie S. C. oockoreis for and Manufactunng Product. lo-bac- co the Seasom. Edward Bancroft Smith left 1 will sell at public Kuctio en Sept-- . Tuesday for Princeton, Ind.. where he mber 1st (FJiv,) Hty Ravelling In, goes to accept a position as expert maciitnest in toe general suops oi uie R.dimoaafer.. ait w ted oh Fifth St.. St. Division of the roniaiaitlweM reams, geod kilckoo Southern railway. Mr. Smith was jx.rche, latMtI90 wMli good ooaorete with the Q & C for sometime at alksete. Sale will begin at 10 a.m. Somerset. A in one ctariruag to look over property Masonic w een now and day sf sale eaa do so. rMn.1 ricinc Hnrnn m wflnt lo Olnrl; Mrs. I). M. Stephenson. hi : county Saturday evening; where he was the regular meet-in- .. of Prickly Heat Re-- . the guest kin honor atSeveral residents of Hives and lodire. tt HI residing near the border are this county ... . . lieved Free. T t. ivuuu iii There is no ooaditkms attached to this members oi mis looge. Master Burnam several days ago. Grand .iTer. are lfariis with hives, was Master oi ueremontes ai uiu inculcaIf inrkly heat, ioeeet bite, or any othor tion of the new Temple. He was ac-ind bv Messrs. Neale Bennett i in afllictiop. we wat you to accept w i : ti our eomplimeMts a free bottle of James Hamilton and Dr. Boslcy. ZKMO, the clean lkjaW remedy for Society Night and all dteeftes of the skin and has been annroached ii.tu.nr MHlp. T)i is free bottle is not full si?, but it so msoh of lajtc by local people who are a society vauueviuc, mav is istrce enouch to show you the wonder-f'- i anxious for to offcra Drizeand healing and soothing offsets of hn imc nhnnt. decidedof entertainment by T.MO Call today for vour sample bot- - announce one week There are several of .. r EM" at lVrn s Drup Storo. 3 local, amateurs. here, who are capable the youncer ones and could do a very creditable "turn" on the stage. It would bring out much friendly rivalry and also attora a cnancc It hn "local celebrities. should prove a big drawing card. Mr. -Louis-Louisvil- le For Sale. .Smith Goes. it m Circus Coming. With the coming of Sun Bros., great shows to this city noxt week, recalls which the unfortunate affair..!.!iflil happened .. . ( rr n n tvlien mo jasi circus ot a section of scats The collapsing brought death and pain t0 many an(i lt was a miracle that more were not killed or injured. It is one of those unfortunate things that w,ill happen once in a lifetime. Of course this will not serve to cut down the attendance at this show, for the people in this section are anxiously awaiting a circus as it has been a whole year since the town was visited "by one. , in 1 11 1 Wiihln a short lime Richmond will a have a tobacco manufacturing Plan,ana local capital has become interested Y m. last week closed a deal with Mr. Jones for a lot at the corner of Big am Avenue and East Main streets, on which It is the new building will be erected. launch also the purpose of the owners to a loose leaf martei anu iro tvill hn constructed in the most modern idea The opening for a tobacco manufacture in this section looks so encour aging that the promoters of the above nntOTirin-- r on combining the two and making an enterprise which would employ rom fifty to one hundred people. The tbbaceo, is here and the same machinery that tho trust uses can ou sccured, so those who have studied the proposition can see no reason why a manufacturins plant wouldn't provo a paying enterprise here, some jeara au the Burley people talked of building a tobacco manufacturing plant and locating it in Richmond, but the dissension in the ranks of tho Burley organization could never be ovorcomo and consequently the scheme was abandoned. A plant was also talked off, biir but it proved talk only. Mr. Kit Chenault, one ot tne promoters m mo said thai work would begin shortly on the building and it would no rusueu to completion: He said that thousands or dollars had been offered by parties all over the country to bo put In the now entcrnri.se. but the stocic win oo ouureu to local peoplo first. Many prominent members of tne uunoy docicij conanxious to hold slock In the new Tor cern. This will bo a' great thing Richmond and a possibility that seems assured. Prominent Madison county growers in tho enterprise are Kit Uhenauit, rrice Gumm, Ed Million, Andrew uouse, Tnomas Baldwin, Sr.,' Joe Oldham, Shearer Abram: Samuel uoyce, xnouias Collins. Sanford Oldham, John D. PowelL George Phelps, and McCreary Simmons, .which is proof enough tnai thej-is hustle and Drains ueuinu mo enterprise. A REAL PLEASURE. in look upon linen laundered here Bottling Goods. , and a creator pleas are to wear it- I. very thing that leaves our hands is r?:l T .n.ie.ti Tirnnrifttoi' of the Rlch- I U lllll UUUaun spotless. No places a little off color U1UUU i)ti;n wnrks has about per- , i .. . . j i. white goods no color a little off fected the watermelon flavor, something unknown, in ip other good. that lias heretofore been or by chom- the bottling of s6ft drinks ists. The Dottiing dusuicm 1 m"1;" f. .1 i n n rr i tin ?. i uiuu.u IIS ilClgUl. is well dene. Domestic or high gloss but when the watermelons come In, it (finish as desired. begins to fall of .terribly and bottlers u uw Vour werk Is seHetleYi, Balled ford everywhere. have Deen trying substituted a .Iiot rnuld 1)8 .nid delivered. up thus for. the watermelon and nnw hold"verv ., . j. t. tia that v 1 tnc ixaue. watermelon is the little of i.. pulp of the water, and lor eaten, vuiy mu j,,i..a nr this reason it is substituted for soft Phone 52. drinks during the not momu ui u6ua. f Our Laundry Work . Richmond Steam Laundry. rn Special Excursion Asheviile, N. C. N. C. 0. & y. T, P. RY. La4 f tke Sky," MSfifeCoitrj;' southVrn-aawa- The Ideal Vacation Spot. 12, 1911. Special Traialeaves LBX1KGTCX, 0 p. m, coils btine. observation Sleeping cars iatr Dining Cars serving All tneaK. Mode TUL5DAY, 5LPTLE.E.R DTcolglecScaU -- JS' $7.50" L0W LEXINGTON TO D W Lake Toxaway, N. C . ....Final Limit to Kttata UmHl SeplcmfcT 17:..-and terse Route Going direct $1.50retnrning viatoChaUanooga. goaV above named in addition Mountain), or the reverse, PRIVILEGES. LIBERAL STOP-OVER k'LHc! shM"- -- fqfo ask any Ticket For full information, booklet and sleeping car reservation, Aeent, or address, " W. A. BECKLER, G. P. A., tt rnvr; p &T A. r A very bad wreck ca.menear resulting from the spreading of the rails on, the L. & N. just north of Red House Sunday niorning. A fasi special running as 2nd 34 with Pullman sleepers filled .yitli tourists for Niagara Falls, jumped uuuitcu, the track and, ran for about a hundred tin is that it is a mild, gentle laxa- - Monticello. I1Lw; caiaweu ttnunoz; yards on the cross tiesL Singularly the engine remained on the track but most of tho coaches Jumped. Tho accident happened just south of the Otter Creek trestle and the engine gulled the coaches across the bridge after they had, left the track. If they had turned over, -- WITIISales. there would have been considerable loss qf life. No one was hurt and T1VF Long Tom Chenault, the premier PlNNELL-McMlMF- N traffic was delayed but a few hours. auctioneer, announces the following IfAVUU VVinUUtJWXVl1srWa The excursion from Lancaster to "Ci- sales, Mrs. Claude Smith y begin KANSAS CITY STOCK YARDS " ncinnati was declared ctl here and the ilrs. train remained over, lt was the ning at 2 o clock, town property; town I) il. 1st, busiest day at the Richmond depot in property Stephenson, Sept. the Gth, of W Ul.v.o and J. T. Jonss on UC3 UIATCU V" VllO lMA..Hn(f In t M hACT H 11 M nr l many months,-anthe ticket sales were Quotes prices of stock and feeding cattle as follows: innu .m ho pnmn a V I vear maw una hoi. uwu nuiiu u by tho. wreck, as many hrst September farm and personalty. the price of admission. Dont expect increased " rejuvenated and noxt spring will put class tickets were sold to Cincinnati, Good to choice fleshy steers, 1130 to 1200 lbs - Big Auction. to play $5.50 $5.75 out a fresh dress or leaves anu now. the home team errorless, championship when the excursion was turned here. Good to choice stock steers, 850 to 1000 lbs and win the 4. in ball every day, hranches that will bo astonishing 5 59 I will on Saturday, September 2nd, exciting, Good to choice yearlings... short, the diseased tree that is properly games. If the contest is good .. ,jjq and Monday Septembcr4th, (Court Day) After 'Em ball whero both teams are playing rarer) for has iust as cood a chance to Good to choice steer calves. 7 to 10 months old 4.7C &2S According to Deputy Sheriff "Bill" sell to the highest bidder at auction, retain its usofu ness as has tne aecayea and the visitors win, that should mako Good to choice-heife- r calves, 7 to 10 months old the fans all tho more enthusiastic and Johnson, of the Beren and Big Hilt tho entire lot of vehicles at Richmond 4.50 5.00 tooth that is properly taken care of by a Good to choice 1 and 2 year old stock heifers serve to bring tho attendance up to a sections there is more -- lawlessness going 3.70 good dentist. According to tne 3.55 in the firm of J. S. Stapp. This lot gooa Good to choicejtock COWS, n tn r5 roiri VM Knirrht. over 10.000 trees high point. Base Ball has proven apeople on in the Red Lick neighborhood than includes all kinds of top buggies, sur-rie- s, fan - j vaa viu....saasva,a.M or thing for the town. It has kept was ever known before in this section. wero sucessfullv treated by the Davy Kansas City, Mo., August IS, 1911. pheatons, roadwagons runabouts, here that usually spent from two to Several families are at outs and it is a Tree Expert Co., last year, ana in every resorts, It weeks case, no matter now large tne cavny, four brought at the summer city and has daily occurrence for from titty to one Howton road carts, all kinds of farm people to tho hundred shots lo be fired. One or two tho tree nut out increaseu iouage anu has brought business here. It has served fuedists have been wounded and there wagons, pony carts and rigs of every new, healthy bark. A TRAINING SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS. to enliven tho dull spirits of tho people promises to be much blood shed. Deputy description. I am heavily stocked and Tho gang at work in Richmond is during tho hot summer months. Tho Courses leading to Elementary State Certificate. Intermediate Stai OrtiH Johnson claims the hills around Red trade is dull, consequently I must turn supervision of under the immediate Certificate ithis certificate becomes a Life Diploma) is anxious to see the ball team Lick are covered day and night witn them into money at once. No reserve, CrvAdvanced-StatMr n. O Miller, who is a eraduato ot Climax and AlLthese certificates are valid in all Public Schools in Kentucky. Special order to do this tho continue uavoy institute of Tree aurgery. people must g0in more. If you only members of both sides, waiting to get everything I offer will bo sold. If you the Uiurses, Review Courses. Tcrnox Fuse to Afpoisteks Two splendid out chance to waylay. Johnson Is a fear Dormitories, New Moded Schoool, New Manual Training Building , Prao you have less officer and has succeeded In land want a bargain now is tho chance. keep one gang spent fi(ty cents in a a week tice School. Fall Term begins September 12. 1911. Students can en a good causo to help J. S. Stapp. at of the summer and It to promote a clean, maniy American ing several ot them in jail, uooert busy for the rest to advantage at any time. Address J. C. CRABBE, Pbesidest. Rose are in is quite possible that It will be necessary sport that evory body can attend, one Powell and a man namedshooting, and Eastekjc Kehtuckt State Normal, Kjchmoxd, Kestvcbt. Wash those Pimples Off. another rran to nsslst In tho that tne puipus endorse, tjeis nave jail now charged wir,h to install Baker noys, sons ot iternii uaner, ' work. from three to four hundred people out wore placed undej bond last Wednes Use D. D. D. that mild, soothing Mr. KnichtisstoDDingatthe residence to the cam os this weok and next and day. "Uutcn foweu was wounaeu in wash, that recognized romedy for Ec P. Arnold, who left Richmond fr T of Mrs. Ed Powell on West Main street., snow that We- - are for the Pioneers was ll ftgnt lasii wees ana l vnrs nffo lo seek a fortune in stronclv. If we succeed In landing an usable to be here. Old residents, say zema and all skin troubles First drops Southern clime, is in. Richmond for a even break withthe coming games we Demand For It reminds them or. tho Hattle ot take away that awful burning itch. .icit tn his brothers. Messrs. V llliam second place, ana me Thero is an unusual demand for will finish in finished in second place Richmond. cleanse the skinwash away every Tit .Tnhn Arnold. Mr. Arnold is located QF me Pioneers have pimple every impurity. Nothing like in De Land, Fla.. where he is Manager monev at present, accoroing to The on two occasions ana tno ians were the Manhittan shirts, greatly reduced. D . L), u. (or tne complexion. of the.De Land Realty Co., and he says financial instltulons of way county. satisfied. This Is not a money making & Arnold., Rice responsible, Get a 25a trial bottle today, worth Iib TCnrthnrn camtal Is running to wie droueht is in a small losing one. but enterprise, in fact but most of the demand comes Jrom tne people snouia its a Keep u up uv ten times its cost to have a bottle in growing southern city. neip farmers, who sold their live stock early the house. At any rate, drop into our A Hot fight base ball it and are again in the market for feeder?. cause stop is for them. If Quinn. storo to talk over the merits of this For 25 Cents in Richmond there would should At the meeting of Morgan's men at be wailing among a lot of people, who Parks nill last week. Col. Green R. wonderful prescription. One 'of the oldest and most highly An Old One. STOCKTON & SON will not go to tne games, out wait uown Kellar told the following . Interesting rocnMrl r.itizens of Estill COUnty PISS SATURDAYS ONLY LTUIliiflSl According to the old time custom the town for the score with great eagerness story of the fight at unjen rlyer bruiger nwnv last Wednesday, when "Uncle Notice to Tax Payers. nift--" Oninn died at his home iust over sirn Is In the Heart this year and on and never help a cent. in which, uoi. JNatn ujatnerage. . x. Duerson. "Billv" MvDrs. Joe Collins, th Madison county line, where he had next Thursday and Friday, 21 and 25th Your City Tax bills for 1911 are now Liberal Reward. is Joe Maupin, Ira Scudder and others of lived for many years. He was in his of August,theytho time to deaden your due and in ray hands for collection never sprout, uia will year and was born and trees and nitrhtv-sovent- h A Liberal reward will be paid for the CoL Uhenauit's comnianu iook pari. roared in Estill One daughter survives - vnu ever trv h? It is claimed by many return of SC0.00 lost bet.veen my homo Mr. Kellar said: At (he Green River On all those that are, not paid on or be worn bridse flshton the 4lh ot July, 1803, Lt. fore November 1, 1911, the penality Mm Mrs (Jin Witt. jn tunerai er- people or ilatiison tnai tins win on East Main street, and tho L. to Col. James B. McCreary, then a dashing prescribed by Ordinance will be at B. Curront. ,'lfae worn hlrl "last Thursday at the with a locust tree evory umo. Depot. EVERY SATURDAY young officer, had the unusual exper hnmfi and burial followed in the John or 0 per ience or having tnreeai niscomnussiou-a- tached and Interest at the rate Berry Out Newman burying grouna. Must Do It. very side cent, will bo charged on all tax bills comrades killed lit his as long as they last. "We In this issue will be found the official while consulting them! as to the ngnt after November 1. 1911. Mavor Rico is certainly bringing down , Wonderful. Berry to suo then in progress, Th4 men were dishave a limited number the "Big buck" on tne property owners, announcement of Mr. B. T. C. O'Neil. Tho PnnUrv show at the Madison where concrete siawaiKS are 10 do iaiu ceed himself as councilman. Mr. Berry mounted for the chargit of the stockade and they are going fast. City Collector, v fair will undoubtedly be a won- - He Is advertising in this issue for bids has represented his ward with much guarding tbfr bridge while the field mint Office City nail, corner First and iiorfni Aihlbitlon of nil the finest breeds on work in different sections of the city, I satisfaction and It Is said by his friends officers were mounted.? While receiving of poultry in Kentucky. The Directors Pronretv owners "who refuse to com that ha will be irlven an endorsement orders from Col Chenault, a well direct Irvine Streets. 641 nrn HPiermlned to make this a feature nlv with the ordinance, must submit without onnosition. He Is a careful ed shot from the enemy struck and kill davs show and Mr. Cole to the Cltv making the contract und business man and has advocated man; ed the gallant Colonel tjead. Assuming r'thathrAn That good ice cream at Ricci's tf man Xoir the manacer oi tins uepart forclne the payment. Bids will bo let excellent ordinances for the Utys command of the reglmlintCoI. McCreary Captain, to wolfare. sent for Catit. Terrell, ienior mni hi. romii'nd letters irom iiunareus baturday nt hmoriorc of fine fowls all over tne next assume charge ot tne leu 01 tne nno. Two New Ones. be nore anu com State that they will While Instructing Capf Terrell, a shot Business Sc4a . alone in th js depart pete. The ribbons Taiwly- - Eads high official of the from the stockade laidl. him low. Just I. B. Walker Jcsm Cckb According to The Kincaid Brick Co., one of the big ntuesrrass leasrue a ment will be worth trying for. will bo two new at that moment MajorjThos. I. Brent of there county, changjju enterprises of '.ho Tho foI Smith's regiment rodi up to consult towns Examination. hands last week, tne new purcnasers inwint? admitted nextseason. Lexington Col. McCreary as to progress and "plan Is a sDecial from being Messrs. E. C, Holllday, of W in lie received his oi tne of the battle when II A comnetilive examination under ibo bf "President Thomas a. aneeis. League, death wound. Little, and Thomas Chester 4, rules of tho United States Civil Service, Perry county, this plant is locatea at T.nxincton club of the Blueerass Ybu.cannot miss it! There are more dollars in, real Commission, for all nrsi graae, or wen-I- n Searcv station oh the L. & . A. railrotid Announced here this morning that the Plices. Good . . all branches, will be ana. is- one oi tno most mouern. .in ..i.is RhiBrass Leaeue will Invade moving in estate? y than ever before for the investor. Our W. O. Park writes Irom the Kansas hAiri t thnPostofflce. In this city, on section. 'J'ho new owners will operate mn and Newnort noxt season, having cities, thus giving Cltv Stock Yards., thi.t the best beef properties are all choice, restricued and in the CHirriav. Rent. 2. becinningat 9 o'clock, it mi a lamer scale and will vorv likely iiiht in each of those A. M. , Applications ..must bo filedt with turn it into a paving brick and ule iiinleasuQ eight clubs ana putting u cattle sold 25 to 40 cets! higher last week .. direct line of improvement. Approved lots for busiClass D than the nrevlous weeifc. The bulk of l ' . ... ... .1 r i flninnnn -,1116 visinci ocucmij, . . """"-' plant, exclusively, as there are so many nrohablv in . Class O.iiInstead of i i. n iititn tint later than AUsr. zu. ror in' brick plants scaitereu in mis socucn. where lt now is. au cuius uuw iu uw finished beeves sold al $7.50 to V7.65. ness or residences. Select list of stores and bouses to formation concerning this examination It makes the business less prontable, league will remain unless Winchester and a number uf car lqids sold at $7.70 Mt. Sterling to $7.80 with one car una weights; 1H rent or iesse. write or call nA tnr noRpssarv blanks for same. There is a trreat demand for paving drops out, and if it does, lbs. at $7.95, and 5 priijlo 1850 lb, steers anDlv to L. P. Adams, Secretory Local brick and tiling, and as the clay in wants a irancniso nauiy. Louisville, talked the plans at 8 cents. The draught coming so Urri nf Kxaminers. at Postomce, or that section is ideal for this purpose, 'it Vnal. of omciais address C, V. Moss, District Secrelarju, would cost no more to turn .out the over with the present league proposed oarlv. lasting so long atld extendini? oVer practically all of tM cornbelt, has Cincinnati, unio. who has hnro. and all asreed on the 'product. Manager Booth, A T IE scheme. This is the lirst time tnose caused only a limited rmwBer-o- I cattle ocen wuu uie jincaia company by the to be pat on teed, const tqu en tty a snort- invaded ever Wanted. has been engaged by the new company, r.lties havebaseball been organization. age of fed cattle, h3 W f h nr mm follow. Bluegrass Local and Long Distance - . i. operators in glove savs that tho clay in that section is the crop 01 20 girUf for machine O- -l As there fat Mly aVontl TTi I ever saw for making the vitrifi best ho Ricci's ice cream Is delicious. Every. corn, to take th what country over, factory. Good wages, light ; sanitary ed paying brick and hard tillBC. 'iiajis Any flavor made we wills high prlcj for fat cattle at wm-lc rooms. Annlv to Hurst Mfg. Co. expert along this line, having Jbaftn on talks about It. tf least another year. and dellversd promptly, to 10-in the business for twenty five years. SCain Sts. HnTllM I be-uif1 There seems to be a lack of lively Doctoring a sick tree? giving mcdiclno where it is needed? applying-4- o diseased spirit among the people of this section tree all the principles of dentistry and to patronize tho base ball games of late in anu consequence mo ciuu is uhuiv in surgery? team Sounds kind of funny, but that is ex need of funds. Just because a is the of the actly what is being accomplished every isn't at the headfor non race, attendance. excuse day in every large city in the United poorest team can't win and remember States and moreover with absolute Kvery are threo mighty good ball teams Last week a large gang of thero Kinross. these tree surgeons arrived in Richmond below tho Pioneers. Frankfort is below nntl. sinc their advent have been kept Richmond, and those who witnessed the hnsv answerinir Questions. It i. is the Law Makers playis the past week aro j ... . i i wondering why that they are not lirst time anv oi tins wore una urau in closer up in theii race. Thero are five Richmond and the work of tho tree on tins 'dodors has been watched with a great or six star players the gsrme team ana wijli the ilfinl of interest. Thomas A. Knight they are always In Fat l.ohannon who Is well known in tins section oi veteran the play. Thenalways isputting Mays there tho state. was the forerunner of the lire into as good a snri'pnns anu nau nrepareu a runic, ville. a team composed ofas there are ovinnsivfi nroirram before they arrived bunch of individual players below Tim first work tackled was on the in tho league-- and yet they are or the winner nronertv of Dr. Gibson opposite tne Richmond. Winchester, "limping in the Rlvndon .liotel. Trees . that . seemed first season's pennant is nave naa very 1. rn:ulvfor tno Kitcnen Stove anu iyuuh rear and tho 1'ioneers The represented about 90 per cent cavity littlo trouble in defeating them. only nnii in npr co.nt tree wero handled as a ball games are absolutely the the long summer dentist would handle a bad tooth and pleasure during dav renresent a most peculiar ap months, for the people, and is the best pearance for Jthey have been trimmed, snort in the world for the prlco of few and rilled wiin i admission. Thero . , reunited, sterilized , ... have ibeen but .ui . Jumped Track. Tm. that does not gripe effective and yet so mild that babies can take it. Its tonic ingredients invig-nra- t.,..nn.v..n IUC th hrufv .. ..t. ...Ufc, .1 .... vw. stomach and bowel muscles so that iney again do their work naturally. If vou have been 9 victim nf ! pills and strong cathartics you wili discard them when you once use Syrup Pepsio. You eaa fmv 3 flftv n ndollar bottle of any druggist, but be- a" j"u tuajr want 10 try tt free. If sr. tnr! vnnr iAAr, n n- Caldwell and he will promptly forward a free sample bottle. Then, cr convinced, do as others are doing and buv it in lhl rmnhr n nf ..in.. favorite druggist For the free samnt aiM ttve-ton- ic - v.. .... W. O. PARK, 1 stm.v rnMMKun.rn to-da- 11 1 I 4 d ,."" io staie-mfintof- i.t e lht"tSl LikesIt to free-for-a- A. - FIFTY - CENT - BOX ' Talcum Powder H PERRY'S - DRUG - STORE, An Easy Mark. .. to-da- right Telerioe, Bluegrass ljjgpatate Company, r- -- K i 2t orf ..... . w . jjpPV a ' o (i ttunftiB? frck of wliflo linen and attover embroidery The waist has the body-anhlcevo-in-on- o effect wli h a yoke titmpe ofnet. The skirt has." two pleated flounces joined Vo a yoke. All the new designs you will find in the McCall Pattern Department A dt - Tk TO Thf Pimax Is in receipt ouhooiiow. ihg'lettor from a formec resident of this county who Is macin&jRrrcjrd inJier 1 enclose adopted S.lal ot MksfrT r.uu ior jvniciipioase give me rouiv on your subscript ion Use ' "DoaVs Onimenl cured me of eraema that ha$ annoyed Jne a long time. The i -- "nh daintiness, fashioned or aBovcr ;embroi(Jerj flouncing. , The- Wast is.'of the pleasant sfyje th6 upper part of Huckla 'liAtfste trl named rfth cmbreld-''f3- . Tho Wirt is the latest "itthic, haVtngthe. panel at.the "baok. Our pattern department' "offers an attractive selection, ofthe latest fashions. - Big Reduction in Slippers McCJl Patterns No. 4137 Skirt No. 4150-W- uit. Price. IS eeatr Price, 10 cmti AN ATTRACTIVE COSTUME , "No. 4157 KcCall Patteru Skirt .50 mw f ioow SXXWhew t $2.55 2.18 'IjlW; 13 :03 No. 4156 Prict. 15 eeatt eacn A SMART FROCK WIt. llll ii IF you've had your minl mi oti buying want to ee us9,ia-tail4- r iii' . ..u ll if U wbo appreciate hamManVMinc- serve. vaaUfa. ia at.ilrty MM If oiw You mabe Interested to know, that since the death Dan Rreck, rof llglitnlri&, cyclone of my husband, ehjhloon months-ag- o. If and liVitock insurance!' I have been elected Countjv Clerk of Satinft County. Mr. Durrott lacked Fire, Life, Accident and Health Insur nine months of.filling his term of otlico. anco The very best old line Companie f. After tils deatlrour friends asked Gov, Win, S. firoaddusrAet. Hadley to nppqint-mto fill, tho unex pired Jorip, Missouri and Kentucky have lb.fr samtj trouble Uepublicanv Governors. Our Governor could not ro- ord- ist putting a repultcan ill a democratic Are the largest office In this oJd .demQCraUc county. er buyers ot cattle, hogs, sheep, However, I gnbiodoy. his decision. A whololerm is better than a. part. My lambs, and calves at the Cin friends immediately sent me a petition cinnati Union Stock Yards. signed by over-- , two thousand voters Gonsign your stock to them asking me to allow them to. secure tho me. They elected me and xeceive the highest market nest term of for by a fine maiorify- - However, I hope prices. my Kentucky friends do not consider me a "women in politics" because uokl a political ollice. lei 1 am so grateful to our democrats. I did not leave homo or ask a man to vole for me, spent the time in assisting in nursing my invalid father, Joseph N. Poitus, who dieda short time after the death of my husband. My mother lives with mfe, and we both enjoy our letter every time a young couple start from home, by way of the Climax. "We out life with a home of their hope that- my father's old friend, "Qpv. own. The home is tho best inter McCreary. will load to victory in Ky." With best wishes, mediary known for those little Mrs. Josophine P. Dnrrett. differences that we aro apt to t-- lion. S. W cure Tfus permanent, Mattboivs, Com mis doner IaOsI Stat is ' lies, Adgusta, Me. Ifyott-argoing lb hatrartj"liave Ricci make yoile brick r'enm in that delicious manner. " it o I Ymir Rnlnf iftonnp, yui wwiijiuwiiuw I " - t d We havei got the biggest "Cinch" and "PulP of any dealer in town when it comes to selling Quality-- Merchandised and we' tell you n all contidence Buy Quality No Matter What You Pay. There is always a reason why a bargain is a "bargain." t C GSale & Co. all-arou- nd t "Clothes i.donft rdake the man," 6 Garments-mafie but SGHpDSS you feel like a mgT A J w - !xm'lhinr I "aa 1J 1 Yoif Uiat jt We are offeringvfeig.jBar-gains in all short lengths ' . hat tiieaaar tkaaa clataat an no art aa4 coNtaJa "cfa ei- ierluilv ..lLm vslnr I hat tbev are :nrt priced. rr aot. They're very rCTiiMy any people ,woor priced, la much value for just how we give the money. i torn 7ir carafe) MX t fK Um Jbiwmiib jII - I andremnapts : fVSrV ) being rode by Miss Pruzie Mlsop wallowed in a puddle of mola&es ovor at the sorghum mill on Gimlet creek. Tuesday evening, but shc escaped without .getting njny- - sweeter. Tho molascs will be allowed to romain on tho mule and will bo used as a device. The flies will light on the mule and hcn he will beat them to death with his tall. A mule -- t Divorce Courts Get a Hard Blow t t For , t If t W. S. Norris. arise in the course of even the best rogulatc,d families, because of the mutnal interest it holds for bolh. Again the home comes In as "the backbone of the Nation" Guess . Theredore Roosovelt know what ho was talking about oh"? It certainly behooves every family to give, this question con sideratlon, and there- - will never be a better time than right iibw to begin. Lumber i plentiful, and the price Is keeping with the quality at leist it's the way our yard and we don't believe it will ever be any cheaper. We've got some good ideas about modest homes that we'll give you free if you'll come in when ready to When you get to be worth a couple of million dollars and bu -r I. -. . iv a a new. chriiil everv. jiuw cinu men, yuu can tiiicu wcait c. Shabby 5uit occasionally and folks will forgive you as the; forgivei.rich folks' everything, but if you are just .an ordinary man keep yourself looking clean, neat and decent and it will get you more than any investment you can make 1 !- 4 r- - s r- - "v $15.00 - there is a suit here for ,your there is a better one ari'dk f$r; . $20 ISlever w Keep a talk about your troubles or your woes. steady upper lipy Don't forget this uplendid tip Buy from us and wear the very bestof Clothes. you want to get alongAlways sins: a merry song. . ft Griffon Clothes arc ail Wool. Seemed to Give Him a New Stomach. s. Vacationists find pleasure in wearing our utmost in apparel. Hawes Hats in felts and straws, Kneelaud shoes in snappv shapes, and Schloss clothes in smart styles. Flannels, too, are offered the summer man by Respectfully Submitted to the Cash l raae E V. ELDER !1 Ell t3 o (A TO "1 sulfored intensely after eating and treatment 1 triod seemed la do any good," writes II. M. Young-pciorEditor of Tho Lako View, Ohio "The first few doses of Chamberlain's. Stomach nnd Liver Tnbelets gave mo :i surprising relief and the second bottle seemed to give me a now stomach and porfectly good health." For sale by Stockton it Soo. no medicine or W. D. Oldham & Co. Richmond's Greatest Store i lie 9K V) build. Now is flic limp.of year to feed your fowls a good tonic. cures No Cholera, TJbup, Gapes, Canker and HOME" When fed as a preventative it not only keeps them healtliy, but makes them lay. Price 50c Xo Curo, Todd-Edwards No Pay. Guaranteed by your druggists, Stockton & Son. Try it under the guarantee. Ask for booklet on disease of poultry. Rl-11-Lim-bornec- k. heres Place Like 40-5- Lumber Co. I v. Don't Overlook The Two Best c: 3 CD --J B) 1 Ai, , ui en 7 a Big Prices For Hides yfe have enlarged our warehouse and can handle all the Tallow, Wool, Rags, Bones, Ginseng and Feathers that you bring. Remember we paT the highest prices. We lury Hides Rubber and all kinds of metals and scrap iron. Bring what you have I HAVE FOR SALE THE I Summer Suits and &i ' 'ih More people, men and women, are suflering from kidney, and bladder troble than ever betore and eacn year more of them turn for quick relief and permanent benefit to i'Oloy s Kidney Kemedy, which has proven itseii to be one of the most effcctlvo for kidney and bladder ailments that medical science has devised. For sale by Stockton & Son. Best Braces for fences, Water Tanks, etc., and any kinds of Repairs foralf kinds of Machinery. Loss of Time, means Loss ofPay. Kidney trouble and. tho ills it breeds mean lost lime and lost pay to many a working man. M. Balent, 121-- Little ienna, St., Streator, in., was so oau from kidney and bladder trouble that he could not work, but he says: "I took only a short Foleys Kidney Pills-Tfotime and got entirely well and was soon jible to go back to Work, and am feeling well and healthier than before." Foley Kidney Pills aro tonic-- in action, quick in results a good friend to tho working man or woman who suffers from Kidney ills. Foley Kidney Pills will check the progress of your kidney and bladder trouble and heal bv removing the cause. Try them. For sale by Stockton & bon. Regulates iho bowels, promptos easy natural movements, cures constipation Doan s uegulets. Ask your druggist for them. 25c. a box. r .' - M. RICHMOND WIDES Phone 363 KENTUCKY m Furnishings "iff" 1 fl f Threlkeld Select School A College Preparatory 5chool Oollego Boys receiving a certificate of proficiency are certified in Kentucky, also Colleges in the East. The record showshat not a pupil, who has received a certificate from this school, has ever failed in college. References: Any patron of the school, and faculties of the various colleges of the State. Fourteen boys are admitted into the homo of tho Principalj where they get personal attention, not only as to studies, but as tofnanners and development of character. ' For particulars apply to y Low Cut 5hoes,J5traw. Hats - TJie K , I for our fell stock fore on Fine Goods to make rbom '" lMfl, iVHfflfi i J'l lit il 1 U U. C Il J )M - 1 TOO MUCH LOVE T: B. THRELKELD, A. M Principal 1011 FOR SALE P Next Session Opens Sept, 5, NICHOLASVILLE, KY ' J. & STAMPER Corner Main and Second J'SS' jijPflitG vwiSIt lf " Too much love for fun, frolic and rich food causes stomach, liver, kidney and nervous troubles. Other remedies help you but DENN'S SURE, SAFE AND SPEEDY cures you. Our discoverer, ten years a miserable sufferer with the above troubles, and RHEUMATISM for years, was cured in onef week. To prove our remedy," while they last, regular size bottles only 25c at A Rare Beauty I Douglas, Simmons & Deatherage Second Street en Telephone 20 Richmond :- -: Kentucky j Iluv it now Now is the time to buy a bottle of Chamborllan's Golic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. It Is almost certain to be needed before the summer jfF Farmer Make year home as mpdet n for yoar family as a city ret is ovor. 'xnis remeuy uas ro superior nVtu sad afoee yoaralf in a poettiej) to get tbe latest market quotations at For sale by SJocktonfc son. any ftaM. Tbis can be aeaomplFslwti hymeaB8 of oar telephone service, when For 5ale. u sum yofr BoigMtor can fw a mm tttat te email compared witb the ben-"iireceived. Gall sr address oar nearest ofllce er. write direct to headquarters Some extra fine seed wheat at $1.00 Naabville. Tennessee, far toterHMktton regarding ear special "Farmers', Line' per buhhel. rat If &t praeant yea are ot esjayiHc tetapiioae sendee, we can immediately II." P. McCord & Sop, 3-. Red HousJi, Ky. mreei yaa. Oar lines cover tk States et Kentucky. Tennessee, ilissiseipo I ostaaa and the South era pat tioa f Indiana and Illinois. Baby won't suffer fiivo minutes with ur. CO., Incorporated i croup a you apply acts xnomas TENNESSEE TELEPHONE like magic. tic Oil at once. It Telephones 5emi-Dryin- every gem in cur fine collection of jewels is, and their rich color and brilliancy and unique and exquisite setting STOCKTON & SON, Druggists make them fit gifts for a may 31 3 mo Queen. We have everything that is new and novel in pins, Pellagra rings, ear screws and drops g Oils as Food at prices,that are remarkable Adulterants is Cause Says for their low figure Prominent Physician. - The Wonder of the Age. How Bill Ledford sells goods so cheap. When don't fail to see the new in-to- F. J. YEAGER Looking Through. . T' ?aMaMaBal F 1 New Tailoring; Shop ! - i ., J. B. Stouder has reopened a first class shoo. Suits made Overfo order nrade at heme'by experiened Tailors. JuOB samples to select from Cleaning and Pressing:' by - Tailors. ' George Marischen, Cutter H i ".According to Dr. George Mizell, in the Atlanta Journal Record of medicine, we have at last found out the real cause of Pellagra. He claims that tbe g uso of oils, as food adulter ants, is responsible for all the trouble. Tug three oils that have a marKol amount of Llnolin (Glyceride- - of Liho- lic. acid) are oil of maize, oil of sesame, an4 cotton seed oil. Tho Linolin is the drying constituent of theso oils. This oxidizes readily in the system, and the oxidation products are the. causo of Pellagra. The first two oils have been used-fcenturies in' Asia and Europo and would seem to account for the" prevalence of Pellagra, especially in Italy, Spain and France, where they aro employed so extensively to adulterate olive oil. Dr. Mizell claims that there are fifty thousand cases of Pellagra in Georgia. Be endeavors to show that the appear ance of this disease was coincident with the introduction of the cotton seed oil industry: and the increase has been ex ceedingly rapid since 1908, at which time nog taru was advanced in pneff and cotton, seed oil came into more semi-dryinor 5, 10 and 25 cent Store uv iuu mauj BEAR IN MIND That our grocery is one of the most complete to be found anywhece, and our service is unsurpassed. Telephone your order. Our stock of field seeds is the best in the county. . We "guarantee" them, 'Try us with an order and you will always; bea .cus- -- .ill.. Our list of .paints Jtou will be amazed 7 r- miui:a iui a'cuau uac. " There Are Pairjb For Every Purpose. . a Opposite Elder's. "We are headquarters far 5, 18 aiwl X hm gaads. I 5 cents you can buy many items that ordinarily sail fee a 4im. F r cents you get values worth up to a quarter. Wa haw evarythm--Enamele- d Ware, Tinware, Imported China, Glassware, AVootlen Brushes, Cutlery, etc., and every price marked in pinto ttgnras. Bu household goods horo and SAVE MONEY v From the usful wiitor paints for cellar nishes and polishes for the furniture or piano. Toll us whntyon want to do and no ii aui'iMjr- - iiiu iffiiiifc iiutiuci iillll vuliliK In li1!! . . 5, 10 and 25c Store 239 W. Main Street, McCann Building . - B. Juetl: & Son . Wall Papej? and Paints 20 tomerJ : : : .: -- . f Phone 449 East Main richmDSd. KY Cuts anjl bruisesj may bo healed in d tho time required by about the usual treatment, by applying Cham berlian's Liniment. It is an antiseptic. cnusea suuii injupes 10 neai wuqout maturation. This;'iniment abo relieves. soreness of the muclcs and rheumatic pains. For sale b Stockton & Son. one-thir- The Climax BIG : $1 a Year D. B. Telephone 35 McKinney IL Main Successor to Tato & Son ...mI TT MlnrmA semi-drying . i. :.. .... Also large fine of ready made .Clothing, Hats, and Furnishing Goods - at reduced price. ,Ul2W;est Main .9 & Street. :HMMHaanaaHMHH strongest of the oils, and so. explains the greater prevalence of ITo mentions Pellagra in this country. tho interesting fact that bogs fattened on cotton seed in the fall must be killed in the following winter,.or they will die next summer. Also tho lard rendered fronxlheso hogs contains llnolin, and may produce Pellagra. Dr. Mizell claims also to liavo found are&ftneul for this disease. In fact. he.etjeres that Calcium bulpmde is, practically, a specific for Pellagra, Ho gives this remedy in doses of 12 to 2 grains, three times njlrty. Under the use of thcCalcium Sulphide, distressing pympteaas disappear in a fow hours and the patient recovers rapidly. He claims thai he lias been using this remedy for aightwn mdhths and has not had a sipvie return " :u mmsttk Repeating Shotguns Win-c&st- Street Sewell & McKinney's rHEWmMOFFR of Madison county. Call at our d, Real Estate. All persons desijjng cither to, sell or purchase land or other property or to inake rentals of same will find it to their interest to place th'o same with ma as 1 am a memterof tlje National Realty Co., ipf Washington with' agents throughouj the United Stajas; Mexico'and Cubajj Also my servfswras auctioneer may bjsecured by eal)fo on mo at my resldenit, o. 200 Third S. K. Scott Richmond, Ky. f22-t- To the ladies The U. S. Army'authorities know a gun ; that is why, when theydecjded to equip some troops with repeating shotguns, they selected the er in preference to all other makes. The experts of the U. S. Ordnance Board also know un; that's why, after submitting a Winchester Repeating "Shotgun to all sorts of tests, they jwoaowneed it safe, sart, strong and simple If ypu want a shotgun buy the one whose and reliability Jed the U. S. Army iutnrhi to select it and the U, S. Ordnance Boarfi to andorsa Jt Hiat's the Wiachaater. USED IN THE U. S. ARMY. Store, comer Second and Irvine streets, Rich-menKy., and get fulf particulars how to win valuable premiums at the Madison County Fair, . which we will offer to the, best cake bakers. All contestants must use Zaringfe-Paten- t Flour. Come in to-da- y! f Don't wait! tritli Impure blood rjins you down makes vou nn easv victidi for onranic diaeasas Burdock Blood Bitters purifies the bkKH enres Uie causejj- - builds yen up wait. THE 2 RELIABLE REPEATERS II 3 Burnan's lnsu)nc8 Amkr, DoaHi Spposa jarour property siiovMr iUUIU 4,Wlllil.I u' J Jewell & McKinney IIUII IU I 4 awaawaanaiM