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THE RICHMOND RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 30. 1911 The Topublican argument that a high tariff is necessary to maintain "the high American wago" is shown up as a farce by the presence in several Ameri can manufacturing communities of agents of Canadian manufacturers, who are gathering figures to show that Canada cannot compete against American wages. The Canadians, for instance, aro learning lhat men work in the steel mills twelve hours a day, and seven days a week for a dollar and a half a day. It is because they do not wish to compete against the cheap foreign immigrant labor employed by the steel and other trusts that some of the Canadians aro urging the defeat of reciprocity. And yet, the republican protectionists have argued all these years lhat Burnam's Insurance Agency. We tho great danger to American labor was insure tobacco in the field. Rates the possibility that it might have to compete with tho cheap labor of other cheap. tf countries. The information gathered Advertised Letters. by the Canadians knocks the legs from Mr. John Allen, Mrs. Eliza Bates, Mr. under that ancient contention, so far as Basil Ball, Mrs. Nannie Brooks. Canada is concerned, at least. Bessio Bonnie. Miss Lillian Bruce. Steakek Clark plans to mako good Mr. William Cooper, Emma Draper, Mrs. II. E. Edwards, Edd 'Fisher, Mr. roads an issuo of tho next campaign. F. E. Gilliam, Mr. Lewis Ilatton (2), As a member of the Lincoln Memorial Mrs. Fannie Harris, Miss Birtio Hunter, commission Mr. Clark is advocating tho Mr. Price Linville Hulette, Mrs. Eliza building of a great highway from WashLibbs, Jacob E. Miller, Mr. S. B. ington to Gettysburg, "as the nucleus McClurc. W. S. McGuire, Mr. Ben of a great system of national roads built with Mcintosh Mrs. Gusta Mullins, Mrs. by the government in Coy Xewby, Miss Nettie Norton, J. F. the States." The majority of the comOldham, Mrs. Sallie Royston, Mr. mission favors a marble arch in WashRobert Stewart, Mr. Ed Simons, Mr. ington, which the speaker says would Mrday Smith. James Short. Mr. S A. form a fine meeting place for English Turner, Mrs. M. B. Wallace, Mr. Joe sparrows, but which would not fit in with the practical character of tho great Wills. Lincoln. Tiie speaker has induced the C. C. Wallace, P. M. president to defer action until legislation can be passed permitting the buildBrick for 5ale ing or the road. He will then work for A few thousand old brick for sale. tho adoption by tho government of a J. D. King & Son. national road building policy. . Third Baseman Rapp of the Frankfort Blue Grass League team, has been sold to the Paducah team, of the Kitty League, by Manager Pat Bohannon, according to an announcement mr.do here tonight. The price received for Rapp was $300. Manager Harry Lloyd of the Paducah-Indianwired to Manager Bohannon asking if he would sell Rapp, and if so, whnt figure. Manager Bohannon wired that ho would sell him for 8300, and in answer to this telegram ho received one from Manager Lloyd telling him to draw on the Philadelphia Nationals for that amount. Rapp has been out of thelocal's line-u- p for somo time. s, LIMAX. THE STEARNS (NAME ON EVERY GENUINE MATTRESS) Ytfhen you want Printing and don't know how it should be done consult us NUMBER Mh YEAR - II Rapp Sold. L. R. BRIXTON, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL A special. from Frankfort say: Popular Excursion on "Land of the 5ky" and "Sapphire Country.', . Fair Exchange A New Back for an Old One. Goal, Feed, Salt, Sand, Lime, Rock. OLD DOMINION PORTLAND CEraENT - and All Kinds of Plaster Material. Cor. Main and B. Streets Telphone 85 N. V. WH ITE The Old Reliable Dry Goods Man Tuesday, September 12th, the Queen & Cre.'icent Route in connection with Southern Railway will operate a special Excursion to tho "Land of the Sky" and "Sapphire Country" at the follow ing low round trip fares from Lexington to Ashville. N. C. $7.50. Hender-sonvill- e and Waynesville, N. 0. $8.50 Lake Toxaway, N. C. $9.50. Final limit to return until September 27th, 1911. Special train consisting of Pullman Observation Sloeping Cars, Modern Day Coaches, electrically light-o- d, will leavo Lexington at 9 o'clock P. M. Tuesday, September 12th. Upon payment of $1.50 additional to fares named above tickets will bo routed going direct or returning via Chattanooga (Lookout Mountian), or tho reverse. Stopovers will be permmittcd at many points, including Knoxville, Tenn , enabling passengers to visit the Great Appalachian. Ask Tioket Agent for particulars or address II. O. King, Passenger and Ticket Agent, Lexington, Ky., W. A. Beoklor. General Passenger Agent, Cincinnati, Ohio. 10--- Howlt Can Be Done In Richmond. Tho back aches at times with n dull, indescribablo feeling, makingyou weary and restless; piercing pains shoot across tho region of the kidneys, and again the lions are so lame to stop is agony. No use to rub or apply a plaster to tho back in this condition. You cannot reach tho' causo. Exchange the bad back for a new and stronger one. Rich' mond residents would do well to profit by the following example. L. M. Cox 302 Bowycr St., Lexington, Ky., says: "My occupation requires much heavy lifting and I believe this was the cause of my kidney trouble, I first noticed a dull pain in my back which became so acute that I could not rest. When I arose in tho morning, I was lame and stiff and fell so tired that I could hardly commence the day's work. My kidneys were also disordered and the kidney secretions caused me much annoyance by their frequency in passage. 1 doctored and tried many remedies but could not find relief. severially Doan's When suffering Kidney Pills were brought to my atten tion and decided to take them. I pro cured a supply. 1 soon improved and by the time I had taken the contents of a few boxes, I was cured. For sale by all dealers. Piice 50 cents Foster-Milbur- n Co.. Buffalo New York, sole agents for the United V, MATTRESS SHOWS YOU WHATSriNSIDEYfjliUON HAVE TO a FOSTER SuSMiurrn IMPORTANT TO KNOW WHATSlHSIDETHE )ww.v:ii&3 LOOK THR Akin aw?''Lli,(PAT.APPL'onfiEk ING GUA'RAWTEE BUYfggp&EjirairS TO INSURE REST, THAT IS HEALTHFUL MATTRESS YOU GET Just a Reminder We want you to remember that you can get the best known Des Moines woman after suffering miserably for two days from bowel complaint, was cured by one dose of Chamberlian's Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. For salo by Stockton & Son. A well They're Busy. The drought has been the causo of nearly every farmer in Madison county getting busy and digging a new pond or else cleaning out tho old one. In the Waco section, where less rain has fallen tho past summer than ony other portion of the county, hundreds of ponds have been cleaned out or dug new so that when tho rain does come they will be prepared. There aro three revival meetings now going on in that section and Union, and tho people are expecting a soaking rain ere long. states. Steams & Foster Mattresses are Comfortable, Durable and Sanitary; not only because of the way they are made, but because of the materials in them. No patented process of mattress-makin- g will produce a quality mattress out of poor cotton or cotton improperly handled. Steams & Foster Mattresses are made of clean, sanitary cotton; felted into hun- take no other. Remember the name Doan'a and dreds feet high. For 5ale. I will sell at public auction on Sept ember 1st, (Friday,) my dwelling in Richmond, Ky., situated on Fifth St., containing seven rooms, good kitchen. porches, lot 50x150 with good concrete .walks etc. Sale will begin at 10 a. m Anyone desiring to look over property between now and day of sale can do so. 10-Mrs. D.M.Stephenson. 2-- lf many springy, buoyant layers, landing nearly three These layers are then laid by hand and compressed to of their original height and encased in the ticking; then tufted to jus! the proper tension, so as to be soft, yet firm, half yielding to your figure, yet supporting it in perfeel relaxaone-six- th of little webs, forming That Attorney General Wickersham will become a campaign issuo by 1912 as certain by those looking ahead. Wickersham has permitted Taft to be besmirched in the Pinchot and other matters. Wickersham was on the side of Ballinger against Pinchot just as lie is at present against Dr. Wiley. Developments in the steel trust investigation furnished fresh evidence that Wickersham exemplifies the alliance between the Republican party and monopolists. In the opinion of many the sequence of all this will be that Taft will get many a whack over Wickersham's shoulder. is regarded tion. Made in the beSl qualities of Satin Finish. duAproof tickings WITHOUT EXTRA CHARGE. You Haven't Been Photographed Since the Year You Were Married for the least money. A hint to the Bring the family and let us make an artistic group wise is sufficent Relief for the "Morning After" less strenuous The Schlegel Studio N. V. WHITE Main 5. J. McGaughey Prop. Street, below First RICHMOND Those persons who, after a moro or children or grown persons. No opiates, night's fun, awake with no harmful drugs. In a yellow pakges. substitutes. For sale by Stockthat extrdmely uncomfortable sensation RefuseSon. & know as a "head." will bo pleased to ton Taxes Due. know that Rcxall Liver Salts offer for this condition. Your taxes for the year 1911 are now One teaspoonful in water, repeated Co mo several times at hourly intervals, will in my hands for collection. make'ou feel like a new man. in early and avoid tho rush, as well as uesuus are cuaniniucu. saving tho penalty, by prompt payment. Two sizes. 2oc. and 50c. Perrys. The I D. A. McCord. Sheriff. Rcxall Drug Storo. 8-- tf An ordinary caso of diarrhoea can, as a rule, bo cured by a single dose of mer Colds Colic, Cholera and Must be relieved quickly and Foloy's Chamberlian's Honey anh Tar Compound will do it. Diarrhoea Remedy. This remedy has E. M. Stewart, 103 1 Wolfram St., no superior for bowel complaints. For Chicago, writes: I have been greately troubled during tho hot summer sale by Stockton & Son. months with Hay Fever and find that by using Foloy's Honey and Tar Compound 1 cot great relief." Many others who suffer similarly will bo glad to benefit by Mr. Stewart's exporience. Foley's Honey and Tar Compound is effective for coughs and colds in either Hay Fever Asthma and Sum- Four Grades of Superiority Anchor. $10.50 Windsor. $13.50 Lenox. $16.00 Style A. $22;50 When you buy a Steams & Fofler you get the best Mattress value offered. Come in today and ask to see these exceptional Mattresses. We'll gladly show f them. A positive guarantee on every Mattress. &; A Stearns Fosler is a very Comfortable and Economical Mattress to buy. is now a summer as well as a winter remedy. It has the same invigorating efand strength-producinfect in summer as in winter. g: OLDHAM & LACKEY Undertaking a Specially water. Try it in a little cold milk or ALL DRUGGISTS Sit?m a W. S. O. R. O. L. Reduced Prices We Are Offering Calico l-- f op prices and then look , As usual, at the end of the season we 2c re- Clothing July I from the bolt, any amount of yards you want, at 4 Apron check Gingham, all you want, worth 6 J --2c, at 5c Dress Ginghams, sold .everywhere at JO and J 2c, at 9c Lawns 4 -2 to 9c for values worth 6 to 18c a yard W e are making a clean sweep in our Dress Goods department and we offer values worth from 50c to $1.50 at about half price 1- duce prices on all Odd Lots, Remnants, Etc prefering to close them out at sacrifice rather' than carry them over Our patrons know our methods and ve are not going to give you a lot of highfaluting newspaper You have heard a great deal about low prices on Cloth-in- g, but the bottom was never knocked completely out until now We 'must not carry over one summer suit. See the t at the quality. o ?r 9 We are Overstocked in Silks and you can get the greatest bargaing in this department ever offer in this city We have a good assortment oi ' can't make good talk that we But we have this to say: Men's Suits worth $20 to $25 for - - $12.50 Suits worth 15.00 and 18.00 for $10.50 Suits worth 10.00 and 12.50 for - - $7.50 Youths' Suits worth from 3.50 to 6.50 $1.98 Boys' Suits worth 1 .50 to 6.50 now 98c to $3.75 :o An Irs If you Ladies' Waists if worth from $1.00 to $1.50, our price now is 69c to 98c Our order for Ladies' Skirts for fall was placed some time ago'and we must clean up in this department. Get prices "We have a few Long Coats for ladies worth from $7.50 to $10.00; while they last your choice for $4.75 ' are looking for values at a price we have them All summer Carpets, Mattings and Rugs In facts all lines are lower, but space forbids more prices Remember we have no trash, but the merchandise at reduced prices t clean-u- p of honest tf Your money's worth and more. 1 Ladies', Misses' and Children's blippers lower in price for quality than ever before goods must go if prices will move them. They will go not something for nothing but high grade light weight merchandise at the lowest We quote prices you have seen this season. a few prices and ask you to come in and look and if not as represented, don't spend .a penny 1 Corner First Hamilton Brothers & Main Richmond, Kentucky X t Ml I ' - i i iti f THE FAIR GROUNDS, M ADISON COUNTY FAIR! September T, 8 and O, 1911. . THREE BIG DAYS AND NIGHTS. This is your Fair, Are you going to help make it a success? RICHMOND, KY. BIGGER AND BETTER THAN EVER For catalogue or any information, Address Exhibition ring unexcelled. DAVE McCORD, President. White News. or J. S, CRUTCHER, Secretary. Public Sale of Madison County Land. The undersigned will on Friday, and Carroll, of Boone county, were For Sale. Hall guests of Dr. H. C. Jasper and family 5tar Players. last week. Lot in Burnamwood 70x170 feet. Mennen's and Collates' Talcum Powder Tho following line ups will reprosent Mrs. T. E. Baldwin, Miss Ollie BaldR. K. STONE tf The farmers nrA rn!ni.tnfv nvnr llin the Masons and Elks against the Red Apply G. D. Corsets win, Miss Nannette Crooke and T. E. splendid rains we have had of late. Men and Knights of Pythias in the great Baldwin, Jr., motored Insured. to Stanford Mrs. Mary Moore of Frankfort has re- gamo of at Pioneer park. yesterday and spent the day with Mr. Alox King's jewelry and photograph turned home from a pleasant visit with Uon't fail to see this. Hon. R. R. Burand Mrs. bnanks. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Moore. nam will call tho balls and strikes shop, which was damaged by fire last Col. John Wagers and Mat Shearer Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Burgin have while Col. Green Turley will umpire Tuesday afternoon, was covered by have returned from a business trip to entertained the past week a number of the bases. Here they are: insurance, which will be good nows to Cincinnati. young ladies ot Richmond and Verhis numerous friends. Ho says he Is Mike Peters is able to bo out again sailles. Red Men & K. of P. unable to tell the 'origin of the blaze. after a ten days jllness. He has been Mr. Add Hampton of Texas is visitR. E. Million 1st baso suffering with chills and fever. If it had started at night, there would ing relatives here. James Wagers, 2nd baso have been considerable loss of property Miss K. V. Schmidt left yesterday for for to Stout Cates. 3 baso and Pitcher The Modern Woodmen will give an Cincinnati to purchase her fall stock of before the fire company tould have ice cream supper at thejr lodge room Stone Normam, 3 baso and Pitcher handled It. millinery, Wednesday night, Aug. 23rd, and Mr. to In Dave Nelson, Catcher Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Terry, of Kansas J. H. Deheart will give a lecture in Mose Nelson, outfield City. Mo., are visiting in the family of behalf of the lodge just after tho cream Portwood Mr. W. L. Crutcher. Mr. Terry is a is served. All are invited. will "" Fred Devore, for fall Mrs Bettio Portwood, who has been Mrs. Crutcher. nephew of John Yates, Short The protracted meeting closed lasi residing on the J. Wesley McKinney Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Barclay of Brooks- - Friday morning which was held by Morgan Evans, outfielder and P. sell all two farm, near Moberly, passed away Sun town, visited Mr. and Mrs. Norman Bro. Elsie of Cynthiana at the Baptist Steve Vaught outfield Jenkins near Baldwin last week. day evening after a lingering illness of church. He is certainly an ablo speaker II. P. Kuhn, outfield consumption. Her husband has been Miss Mary Vaughn, of Frankfort, is and not afraid to tell dying sinners of Joe P. Chenault, outfield the guest of the family of Mr. Thomas their awful doom. dead several years and two children f Dr. Sandlin Vaughn on Broadway. survive. Deceosed was the daughter of There will begin a protracted meeting Pinch hitters VroIv?"Uougio t. Mr. and Mrs Harry Blanton are being in Mrs. Ida Whitlocks barn next James Cain. Funeral and burial took congratulated on the arrival of a new Bro.Penl. of Nicholasvillo.will place Monday afternoon at tho Flatwood l Thomas Vaughan son, who has been named Harvey Chen preach. All aro invited to attend. burying ground. Elks and Masons ault Blanton. Mr. Thomas Parke attended the Paul Burnam, Catcher Mr. R. W. Smith a prominent citizen dedication of the Kirksville Baptist low prices, in Buying Silos Charles Tcrrill, Pitcher church. of Irvine, was in the city Tuesday. Through the agency of D. B. Shackel Elmer Deatherage, 1st baso Mrs. James Oldham and daughter are Mr. Harry Reid. of Versailles, owner is for ford & Co., many Madison county far W C. Bennett, 2nd base of the Electric Light plant in that city, now enjoying tho breezes from Lake mers have purchased silos and will put Michigan. was here yesterday on business. R. R. Burnam, Jr., 3rd baso is for this improvements for in these Harry Blanton, short Mrs. Burnam Taylor of Richmond is Mrs. I). W. Vandivcre was the hostess the farm at once. The lime has come at a six o'clock dinner this week in visiting Mrs. Frank Burgin. R. C. Stockton, rightfield when they are a necessity on the farm honor of Misses Blanch Vandivcre and "Billy" Millard, centerfield Martha Varnon, of Stanford. and more especially with tho farmer Jack Greonleaf, leftfield Mrs. Caroline Dozicr and son Bert, are who deals in cattle. Those who will Substitutes visiting the formers daughter, Mrs. J install this year are Robert Sallee, Judge Shackelford M. Hill who is confined to her bed with Irvino Hume, John Ballard, W. F, rheumatism in Indianapolis. Big John White Parks, James Neale, Kit Chenault, Joe Boggs TheCabelCo., the largest manufac Church & Markham. and Jep Chenault. mmmmT If HsmmmmmammKiil turers of pianos in the world, will have E. C. Million an exhibit at the Uichmond fair next Josse Cobb New Principal. week. Don't fail to see and hear these mmBmV' numBmmmlBnnmr! E. V. Elder instruments. The new Principal at the Model High Butterick Patterns James Nealo Mr. U. W. Wilson and family have School at the Normal is Howard L. B. Hcrrington returned to their home fn Indianapolis Dwight Billman a graduate of D.irt See Our Bargain Counter T. J.Smith after a six weeks visit to liis parents, mouth Collego with the degree of Mr. and Mrs. Theo Wilson at Moberley Bachelor of Arts. Mr. Billman did Robinson Fell. They weae accompanied by Mr. Gentry most of his secondary and college work lsemanlown. who win Frazier. of Col. John Robinson, ono of tho mmmmmmmKmmmmmnmmiK In the East at the Boys High School buMoess. He Mas served the county as remain sometime. owners of Crab Orchard springs, susThose who attended the funeral of Brooklyn, Keeno (N. II.) High School Judge and attorney for the past eight tained two broken ribs last week by a Miss JoseDhine E. Schmidt here last years and is a popular o4Hci.il. and Dartmouth, but he has taught very heavy fall. In somo manner his Wednesday from a distance, were miss most successfully both in the West and Mr. J. t George and son, Chas. Hoss, I.ydia McCardel, of Uirmingtiam, Aia., foot slipped and ho was thrown heavily are back from a two weeks trip through Mrs. K. O Clark, of Mt. Sterling; Mrs. South. For two years he taught in Editor Mt K. Vaught to the ground. His many friends in Canada by way of .Niagara Palls. .Mr C. H. Bowycr, Miss Lilla Schmidt, Miss Anderson Acadomy, Irvington, Califor Geotge k a native mt Canada and this is issie Lnvcns. Mrs. Maggie iuaiiuifiiy. Madison will regret to know of his Mr. Terrill Announces for nia, one of tho best college preparatory first visit U nis old home in over Miss Kate McKenna and Mr. John Mc bis misfortune. musta ekm turnout H schools In the country, which is fully forty years. Kenna, of Lextnjyon; Mr. Phil StcfTens, County Clerk. accredited. Lost year he taught in the Stronfe Bank. Agee, of Louis Miss Mary Harley and Miss Barbara THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO Mr. and Mrs. WaHaae Montgomery, Alabama, High School Elsewhere in this issue of the Climax Lusicks, of West Covington: Miss Therevilte, wbo nave (been visiting relatives September 1st is dividend day with with splendid success. This summer sa Ryan, Miss Lucy Flannery, of Cov will be found the announcement of Mr. the (lamrpetated.) and mends m itioHineed lor a week Madison National Bank and also he is doing special work in Chicago to the returned boe Sunday. Mr. Acee has ington; Mr. tjteve uays, .urs. juuivs Robert B. Terrill for Tooey, Miss Stagia Tooey. Mrs. Joe office of County Court Clerk of Madison there will bo the usual 2 per cent car University. Mr. and Mrs.iBillman will a tplendid position in the beelbach Pres. and Mgr. Hotel and both he and Mrs. Agee are Scott, Mrs. G. Hackeit and Miss Mary county, subject to the action of tho ried to tho surplus fund. Tho bank reach Richmond September tho 4th, A 1). Miller Josephine Scott, of Winchester, and the Democratic party. Mr. Terrill is too will pay a dividend of 5 per cent to its Tho nigh School opens Tuesday, delighted wkh their new home, USec'y-Trea- s. M. Whit beptember izth. well and favorably known to need an Kev. Father llyan, oi uovington. this stockholders con term and Secretary J. P. Culbertson of the Nor introduction to the Democracy of Lexington Herald: Miss Sarah Chen- - son county, since his life has been Madi tinues tq bo ono of the leading financial Notice. mal SenooL Itas returned from a vacn spent MKMOKT PMM MSMMMN tkm looking fine and in Uie best of spirits ault entertained Thursday with a de here among our people and his valiant institutions in this section of the All parties having claims against the South Mr tne years work, lie is peculiarly lit- - lightful party at her home on guests. services to' the Democratic party have state. estato of E. Tutt Burnam will present Limestone, in honor of her tea tor tins particular position. been recognized by all who assist in Misses Elsie Smith and Helen Bennett, the same verified as required by law Mr. Barle Smith was, in the city with of Richmond. The decorations were ol carrying the banner to victory trom McKinney. and all parties indebted to said estate ttiends last week. He is an old Rich pink roses and after enjoying games. year to year. No man can question Mr. FBIOF. YBAB PER David J. McKinney died at his homo will please como forward fl.M Democracy nor his fidelity to and settle. mond bar,, who is making good as a music and dancing, a aeucious nine. Ten-ill'near Collego Hill last Thursday and one Mrs. Jesse K. Burnam, IK AVAME the trust traveling salesman. Administratrix, happy children his friends, andago, when heimposed in feast was served for the was elect- of tho county's oldest citizens passed him, two years or Robert R. Burnam at Madison Ianeagter Record: Mrs. John Shack' in the dininz room. The cetnerpiece ed to the office of County Clerk was a 11-- 2 1 etford ef GetambtK, Okie, is here for a ror the table was a big bouquet of pink deserved reward for valued services into the great beyond. Mr. McKinney National Bank. auo. m - - - mi pink shaded visit to her mother. Mrs. Emma roses, surrounded with rendered. His eminent ability and fit was 70 years of age, having been bofn ana tne ness KaatTHMtn before leaving for her new candles in silver candlesticks Another Change. for the office were chief factors in on 2nd day of November in Madison Mr. and Mrs. Walk- - favors were little nink baskets of candy. his last race, and having discharged county, and lived almost all his life in heme in Omaha by her ww cm- oooJciL The firm of Burnside & Robinson Kurneide and little daughter of The young hostess was assisted faithfully every obligation during the this county. His first wife was Miss have disposed of their interest to Mcs Richmond are with Mr. B. F. Patton mother and sisters, Mrs. uvenon iwien- two years of occupancy, Mr. Terrill has We mn mumtmmI to anlt, Misses Elizabeth and Talitha no hesitancy in calling on his parly for Edith Hisle and three children survive sors. McCreary Simmons, of this city and family for a visit. Kvamttr Biiihit as a eaaMlidate for guests Mere; Misses an him to a this union. ' He was later married to and Robert Arnold, of Lancaster, and endorsement by mnrilw. uaMect u the action of Mies Georgia Walton the well known Chenault. and the Elsia Smith, Helen Bennett, Jane d custom Miss Ada Shearer, a daughter of tho tho new firm will be welcomed into the Heaeaeratic patty trained nurse, has gone to Camp Young, Jo Carter, Angeline McCormiok, second term, a business circles of this city. Messrs. AOKoa, Jessamine county, to take Rosette March, Anne Montgomery, Ela with the Democracy of Madison county. late Tillman Shearer, and four children Burnfide & Robinson have purchased when a servant has been' true to every as a candidate for Council- ennrge of a ease of typhoid ferer. ovntnw Delia Smith. Evelvn Van Meter, Ane trust and obligation. He Invites the survfvo. Thp funeral services were the East End Mills, with Mr. T. S. man, aakjoct to tne actioa of the DemoThe last dance of the season by the Spencer, Lucy Young, Mary and Blanche strictest reviow of tho duties as he lias conducted Saturday by Rpy. Vander-poo- l, Hagan, and' will devote their entire time .t i Sr ' '' cratic natty. rf younger set, will take place next Fri Porter, Mattie L.ee watts, ijoraine discharged them, and solicits the supof the Methodist church, of which mons is one of the rising young business nay, September 1st. at the Masonic Wheeler, Lamar Mastin, Katherine port of every Democrat in Madison Mr. McKinney was a life long member men of the county, and being a farmer s Tmm ns a enndMnte for Conncilman, Temple. It will be a farewell dance Forman. county. Mfcjaet tottie action of the Democratic before the opening of school and one of and burial followed in the Ham Norris of ability he is well qualified for the party. the largest crowds of the season is ex A Politician graveyard. Oneorother survives him' grain ftnd feed business. 3Ir Arnold is Primary Election ono of Lnncasters well known business Wear athnriiod to annoance W. T. pected. Mr Colby McKinney, now eighty two possibilities ot men and realizes The many friends of Dr. J. Harry. VavfjM a candidate for Coeilman to At a meeting of tho Democratic City years of age, and residing in the College growing enterprisethe Richmond,, which Prof, and Mrs. Emmerson Gwynne Hondren. who is now residing in Pine- in raneann.1 die Eaot End Proctoct, snb are oatoruinirtir at their home on North Committiee of Richmond, Ky., held last villf will he nleased to learn that he caused him to seek this location. Hill neighborhood. jeet to the action of tfce Democratic street, Mrs. W. R. Gwynne, his mother, has announced for State Senator to Saturday it was decided to hold the priprinmry. mary election in the city of Richmond of Georgetown and and brother, is Hon. Joe WaeaborUed to announce Root Jtr. Jee Uwynne andtitter K- - IS. Peters, opposes on a piatiorn Bosworth, andex- on the 10th day of October for tho pur Mrs, iavoring an running pose of selecting nominees for The six Ookten candidate for Councilman to Mr. Dave Fieeman will go to New tension of the County Unit bill. He is members of the Cily Council, who arc represent University Precinct, subject on the Independent ticket. o the action of tne Democratic primary York State, this week, where he will to be voted for at the November election. We are antnarUed to announce E. II. visit his stster. Mrs. Hawes. She will Bybee Ryber a candidate for Conncilman to return with him and make her home reneetent East Rod Precinct, subject to in Richmond. If its a piano you want, call at W. F. Mr. E. H. Bybee announces in this Mies Elisabeth Goraierlv lias crone to issue his "candidapy ror Councilman Higgins furniture store nod seo the Ca-bthe notion of tne Democratic primary. Co.'s fine display of pianos and play We nee anthoriiod to announce Emil Jit. bterung for a visit. from the East End Ward. Mr. Bybee lorwcn a candidate for Conncilman to Miss Nancy Multlns, of Winohester, claims that many of the voters , of the er pianos. represent East End Precinct, subject to m uie gnestt of Miss Susie Jones on ward have asked him to run and it h Free Free A New Map of only after careful consideration that he k tne action of the Democratic primary. Orchard street. has decided to make the race. He is We are aothoriiad to announce WarMr. Jne. D. Winn, one FLORIDA. Estill ren Kennedy a candidate for Councilman county's leading and wealthy ofcitizens well posted on all affairs of tho city, before and The eyes of tho whole country are to rap t tat University Precinct, .sub- was m town Menaay on business and has served as councilmanand no better made an excellent record, on Florida. The population inject to the action of tfee Democratic pri- - having been a subscriber to the Climax man could be secured to represent the creased 50 per cent, in the last decade, for many years called to see us. ward. and will double In the next WnneennoWiied to announce John Mr. P. M. Stiver and Tho wonderful opportunities offered E. estou a candidnlo for Councilman Vtett to Davlon Ohio. children Uare on Still Coming. V 'Ililc s to in a healthful climate,-fre- e to repiouant University Precinct, sub Stiver's old home as wnll n Hint nr Mr mnWansn from extremes of heat or cold in There promises to be a fiield full of to tne action of the Democratic Ject Stiver and thev have a host of relative candidates for councilmen at the com- Smmer or Winter, aro dpawihg settlers .i e wa inmas more. ing elcctiou. The last two announc are from every State in the Union smmmmsaomtm The NntloaalTrlBHBchashad preAt the hcspitablc home of J." T. Jones. W. T. Vaughn, the well known grocery in the country last week, many of the and meat market propletor on East pared a large and accurato survivors ot Chenau It s regiment. Mor Main street and Robert Golden, the 'VaWlllaunuMBHPaununm New Map ot Florida Jance and Mns. W. R. SnackeUord gan s oommanfl, were entertained with monument man. Mr. Vaughan announ- compiled from thcLatest Surveys 01 . .t jones. WHO was i ces from the East End precinct and n wmti Hauu uy jxr. are at Lome Item a ptnaeure trip East. member of the Madison county conmany Mr. Golden from the University precinct. tho U. S. Geverameat and tho LatReel estateengeot S. T. Ferriell has Nfjthtnc is jnore enjoyable to these There are no two men in tho city better est Bata el tke P. O. BesartmeBl. eae to Ifeiseu county for a two weeks. "old Oonfeds" than to gather 'round qualified to serve the people, and they This map. printed in three colors on view m retauves. heavy plato paper 28 by 30 in size will tlte fAfitive board nrut relrila thoir . will have a strong sollowing. be sent to anybody interested. Mrs Jnmes R. DeaHtenjre and Mrs periences during the conflict between Welch Nominated. Hncr 0Majt have gene for a stay a the States, and no braver or daring Free of Cost soldiers ever fought than those who except tho necessary expense of tho Cm Orchard Sorter! The Republican Senatorial Convention tube and postage. left this toountv to enlist for the Send 7 cents to Prof ( II Solitli mMA fomilr rml,, Cause. These present on this occasion for this district, met In Irvino last Tke NaUssal TrllHtae, ed Sunday from a very pteesaat sajeura were: James u. aicureary, James Wednesday and nomiqafed Hon. W. F. WmnShXSfll&Ra Bo (Too m wi-i- r cotuuje in we Konmcky meun Welch, of (.hat gity as (the candidate for C. and the Map will he mailed to your adSI L JIuguely, Oliver Cosby, Thompson the fall election. District Chairman g riuAM-nC. Wallace called the convention to dress securely rolled in a strong tube. rAn r tf:n Mr and Mrs. II P. Young and sen, temporary chair Hugh. Jr.. and Mrs. Jennie Jones of D.Pauie. J. P. White, Jake White. order. He 'was made contesting delega- 11 2t naw. Joe H&ran, and J. T man. There were no Big Stone Gap, Vs., are guest of Mrs. Harry tions and after the report of the various J OS06. J. C Seerge. committees T. B. Blakey of Beatlyville, Mr. John C. Ballard, well known as was made permanent chairman, Mr. Mrs, J. B. Oasetdaj' and son. J. , Jr.. one of Ktchmond old druggists of thirty- Wallace declining to serve, though the As executor oftbejate W. T. Barnes, 'iltUM laMv kr UiuuLilU M' the undersigned will on wfeerethey wiH visit rotativec for two five years ago, was in town Saturdav temporary organization was made and Sunday visiting friends and rela- permanent by the report ot the or- Wednesday Stpt. 20th, 9 11 , weews. tives. Mr. Balktrd lives at Chillecothe. committee, Mr Welch, RanmanmmHmmBnmmmsmw Mc Jebn M. Priee. of Atehtsen. Kan Ohio, and has bees for thirty years or ganization was presented by County Attorney sell at auction on the premises about 5 V. RaHew of this vi sme ...1.1. ,t.. TIM. of Oeerge mnununununununnunaumnunununumP wniteutctt wuu Hits n uoiesaic Clarence Miller and that of Sam Hurst miles west of Richmond on tho county cetmtc; , was m town Meainf and paw Drbg hense of Jae. Wyelh Si Bro., of of Lee county, was presented by Captain Toad leading from the Crutcher pike to land uih omee a Hasty eait. ruiiadeiplna, 1'a. J. M. Beatty of Beatty villo. Judge G. Newby, the tract pf ddktli, Jdwned by containing Mr. and Mrs. Jee Myers, of LmneviMe. second- the stid Barnes at his Miss KeUie Hurst, after ten days at W. Gcu,7J,ey made, an impressive are at heme for a weeks visit to bis Crab Orohard Swings, returned home ing speech". The vote resulted 47 for about 115 acres of land. On this" 1land is a comfortable residence, a No. good Welch and 16 for liursi. fatiteraad motker, Mr. and Mrs. ffa. Meday. She f Hunnnunnm Improved and, stock and tobacco barn, and other necMyers, on Kan Main street. tmu Btuefiguuiui sojourn. essary ono of the best cisiBuaanaH. Tuned. Have Your Piano Mr. Hugh McLaughlin and Miss Mary terns' in the county and some fruit trees. Misses Ilaady, both of tiiU eeuaty, were united and Julia TiJUie Tribble. Mattie Tribble There will be an expert piano tuner The farm Is in &g0f$ J$tte jof cultivation, Higgins have returned from here Those- desiring has plenty of stock water, nd f a very h. fey days. ia marriage last Friday by Blder A. J. Crab Orchard Springs. They report for Tribble at hk heme on the Hrriae pike. uned and regutheir the season still in full blast villi ICO lated pianos axlisti.eaU ph.one their orders desirable home. should leave or At the same time and place I will sell TheSterk visited Ihelemf of Mr. Heis stfll there. Tliey report this 1T dealer, opStone Walker Maunin. Saturday. Alia Ibave been the targest season at Crab fa W. F. Higgins. furnitureMr. Chester one family horse, 1 buggy, a now set of posite Bole! Glyndon. 18 leaving a Httie mile of a girl wfco urcnara in many years, Aooui twenty-fou- r bed, bolster (Sight, the piano department harness, a feathercloth"!, one and pil?. lows, some .bed wne has been christened' Mayme hundred hare registered there .Green, manager see mat eycry omar js properly at hand grip, one plow. tw6 sets trunk, a win Meteak. 61 block since June 15th. tauded to. and tackles, one sled, one digger, a' dirt Mrs. Wakcr K. Harding and daughMisses Ciellaad Jackson and Nannie shovel, a lot of Carpenters tools nearly yudeyjlle fof Tonight ;arK! Jbursday ters. Misses Louis and MabeL have re Evelyn Spalding of Lebanon, and Miss Cleaning and Pressing new; and a fewother articles of personal turned to their home i Wlaokester Elisabeth Miller, of this city, compose Most tfnlQue .Comedy NoveUy Actt Chas. 'ft. Iieveaux & Co, A mixture paoperty. wier a two weoks sfek le Mrs. Gee. T. a bouse party this week at Crab Orchard edLadies andgentlemenscldthing clean- M- - Terms Sae beginsat 1,0,day,of' sale. " of Laughter, Mystery) jjind. Song made known Berrymaa. given by Miss Mamie Woods, daughter 130and pressed by Mrs. O. F. Bradley. Second &L up stairs. Work is of W. I. CriVtCheh, " f ExMajur C. E. Woods. . ' highest order, price low. A trial order 'Tho Show fpr Ten Cents JBdge DennU Dusdes, of Bourbon Slntilfo the Violinist . JJsscutorpf y. T.'Barnes. u,c c5t) Sat unlay on legal eoHfrty. wail ' 11 if Long Tcm tfhewnjjt, Aucfr Mr. W. L. Cropper and sons, Kirtly issolicted. jjt THE. NEW- - September 1st, 1911. four miles north of Richmond, Ky.. containing 40 acres. This was the home of the lata James Park. There is a 5 room residenee and all necessary outbuildings, good four acre tobacco barn, never failing water. A most desirable homo. Sale begins at at 10 A. M. on date mentioned above. Terms made known then. They will be liberal. J. Scott Park, Fren:h Park, Mrs. W. S. Park. Mrs. I. T. Patk. At same time will sell 10 acres adjoining tho above. On this hi a good two room residence and a good small tobacco barn, well fenced and well being watered. Fertilo land about Otter Creek bottom soil. Both tracts will be soled seprntely and then as ;i whole. Come and bid, the terms are liberal. Ira T. Parks. -2 Sell to the highest and best bidder a tract of land on Otter Creek about Kentucky Disc Drills We have just received a car Now is the Time almost buy something make room nothing. order tor the goods, we our next weeks Muslin Underwear at a Great Reduction Thurs-daynigh- PUBLIC load of Kentucky Disc Drills. Before buying call and let us 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 seeing believing, and don't Cash Only sale te SALE Having decided to move to Richmond empty. & I will on Wednesday, Sept at 6,1911, O.'B. Shackelford Telephone 33 Co. OWEN McK BE J 10 o'clock A. SI., offer for sale pub licly my farm of Main Street, Wes 233Z ACRES situated Station, 1 miles from Siher Creek The Richmond Climax. Kirksville, and 7 miles from Richmond, Ky. This farm is well improved and ns productive land as there Is In the county t well watered. It has on it a 3 miles from Second Annual Sale Mules, Brood Mares, Colts, Cattle and 5heep, at OF Nice Eight Room louse a good barn and all necessary outbuildings; a good orchard; all but 40 acres of tne farm is in grass. NUNNELLY'S STOCK YARDS, STANFORD, 0 KENTUCKY, A. M., I also offer for sale two-year-old Wednesday, ATSeptember 6, 1911, BEGINNING O'CLOCK SHAKP. mares, and good workers, I240 Head of Mules, Broodmares and Colts, Cattle and Sre.: fillies, Under cover 100 yards from L. & N. Railroad Station. Sate positive 1 saddle horse, ponement on account of weather. 1 family horse, 50 MULES 2 TO 5 YEARS OLD 50 1 yearling horse colt, All mares except seven; 20 well matched pairs, including several 1 yearling horse mule, 1 pair of horse mules,well broke, good show mules as our J. H. Baughman ever showed. All except a youngest are well broken. This will be a rare opportunity to get an ex 2 brood 2 three-year-old 1 1 fat cow, s Jersey milk cows, heifer calves, 2 nice yearling Jersey heifers, 1 pedigreed yearling Jersey bull 1 extra good 11 mo. old Red boar 3 4 7 sows and pigs, 14 slioats, 1 1 two-horone-horse se fresh cow, mules something to bo proud of. And why not have the bestr TV cheapest in the long run. We look for these mules to sell cheap.uality r wnmniY time-honore- 50 Forward Weanling Calves; 30 Good Grade 5fock Heifer-1- 0 to 2 Years Old;- - 100 High Grad, High Grade Bulls, Yearlings, weight 600 to 700 Ibs 100 High Grade Year lings, weight 700 to 800 Ibs4 110 High Grade Feeders Farming implements find gear, weight 900 to 1,000 lbs.-- 100 High Grade Feeders, weigh! 1 set of wagon harness, 1',0'GO to 1,109 pounds. 1 new side saddle, 1 binder, 1 hay rake, 1 cutting harrow, 1 good cider mill, 1 wagon, wagon, 40 DRAFT TYPE BROODMARES, 20 COLTS. HORSES AND AIL 20 COLORADO AND MONTANA BRANDED MAKES. These Brood Mares are the right kind for mules, being the big boned mares weighing from 1,100 to 1,000 pounds. Twenty of the largest an., are bred to the great mule jack. Samson, which is the sire of more si mules than any jack in the State from his first colts to the present, for four years in succession. All theother brood mares were bred to a draft horse. Remember we have all kinds ol marjs: big. . little, old and young, broke, unbrokr, and plenty of them. i US, t 2 bought for this sale. These yearlings and feeders are the1 best that could riurchased'. We have been since April 1 getting these cattle together for th is sa Terms made known on day of sale. InTAny one. desiring to look,over QQ Kentucky Bjed 5(qck Ewes. the place, and will notify me.'wlll be We have COO heat of the very Ijes'i Wayne county stock e west rijm 1 to 5 year glad to meet you at Silver Creek- nothing over S years old, and raostljf from 2 to 4 years okl. Household & Ki&hqf Ftipjtujre. barrels of apple yinegar. The's'e calves" are all librae raised and bought in Lincoln, Garrard and Boyle cot: ' ties,' and nothing but the very best quality and all good colors were especia J. T. out We also have 20 head of extra tine Oxford Shropshire Southdown Bucks from Richmond, Ky. ward lambs to four years old. Those bucks were bought frem the Heir Phone 217 Ring 2. Baughman flock, at Hustonville, Ky., and the Granville Ceoil flock, of Danville, Ky. Some of the latter bucks were imported here from Long Tom Chenaultr Auctioneer. Canada. All these bucks are subject to register. Other particulars on dav "fs This will bo an absolute closing out sale to dissolve the firm of the J I Many Cattle BAUGHMAN LIVE STOCK COMPANY. Col. John Wagers, who has just come TERMS All sums of 150 and under, cash: over this amount a creU " frsm Cincinnati reports that next to the months with C per interest from date of sale, purchaser to give a bankable largest number of cattle ever known on H. BAUGHMAN LIVE. the market came in Monday, over 3,200 being listed. The largest number is STANFORD, KENTUCKY has forced a.600. The dry weather many farmers to ship their cattle as and business horses and mules. This stuff is all til there has been no grass throughout the sell 125 to 150 high-clas- s reaay. rue tor catalogue, uinner tor all ootti days of sale. the state. JONES, R. D. No. 2, 20 Oxford Shropshire and Southdown Bucks. J. STOCK CO.. home-seeker- prt-Mar- jr. Spegjaj Priee $6.35 - PERSONALS .!. BfSSBKEmSKk 1 V -- It TERMS: Public Sale i $1.00 CASH 50c a Week. FJIS large, handsome Rocker, finishe4 Golden Oak, oil-tembe- - sen-in-la- w tJ 1 Was-greatl- - Vmmmm MpJn faP$Ni&t Riders" at Opera House Tpesday Sept, Prkt, Maftftr'oyer a construction of steel sorins. A most artdific qesign, flje jglatn sqrfaces adding wonderfully to tic con$j(rt, Kilc the ruffled qfejefs ad4 gjtly to ttje appctfance. Without cjucstion qf great value at qur Special red T up- - Haicc a adectkxi early. atd see tfje ot.li.er ' m4AIM W AE OFFERING. richmqA P- -"1- kbntueky iieKiciMwiuiMi. Steve K Yaught OUr DeHiOCratlC f KbJk'1 s taspectlonofallour State institutions A v. 1 ..u, 1 MYRIAD FEftTJJREa njrrj IT ' IS BETTER 20 INSURE YOUR HOUSE WITH We especially eaderse the record of Isuch ir.ws a win nut inn ofTict .ill BANISH DULL GARE Congressmen and Sna-- I seotions nnd nrnvislnns of the State T I. rum Aemuck--y ror their fidelity in Constitution, and we declare that vre keeping me promises of their party arid are in favor of the enforcement of all ATTRACTIONS OF PASS WILL CON AT ONCE THE CLIMAX PIINT1W C9 representing tne people and not the laws. ' TRAST WITH MORE SERIOUS nAN TO WAIT UNTlj, IT EXHIBITS. in interests, and we denounce the record! Sec, 18 We favor the enactment of (Incorporated.) BURNS AND WISH; of the Republican Congressmen and wlso laws for ih nrotefition from ac to selling it w YOU nAD rrom Xeatuclcy. because Ihey cident and injury of all laborers en MUSIC BY ELEPHANT BAND Pres. and Mer. ?enalors A D Miller wo ten in an Duy aoii me people, nor gaged in hazardous employments, ana Ir V7 O White secy-Area, have thev snuphf-- t . is rai;.. .v,.i. u... 1 n u iavur a wise, t;uu&erviiiit34arryM Blanton, is More Numerous Than Free Attractions tiicii um-dens, but have represented the Drivile- - rcirulatlnir the arbitration of labor Kabw ! -Ever Before Furnished Racing DElSiTIST ged, protected interests of the country.' strikes and disputes. KITUCW PRESS ASSOCIATION Looking Through. . Events Are Corkers. tBLPIONK 19G ..inly Sec-1Sec. 4 ON STATE ISSUES. KenWe favor a law prohibiting Our list of pamts you will be amazed Variety not only is the spice of life tlGHIH DISTRICT HJBUSKEBs" UA6UE. tucky Is, and of right ought to be. a peonage and female slave traffic, regard- but experience has proven that it is at lhe many varitlos for special uses. democratic State, and the Democratic less of color. one-o- t tho requisites of success for a PER 11.00 Sec. 20 We are opposed to all mobs big undertaking of a public character There Are Paints For Every YEAB FPICE SURVEYOR . the electorate of the State eagerly in-- 1 an( lynchings and are in favor of iinpos- - such as a state fair. In recognition of IN ADVANCE 'urpose. solicago of those its patron needing ser I vites an intelligent comparison of the DS the severest penalty possible, under this fact the management of the Ken vices or a competent man. Anuress, records it has made with those made bv I our Constitution, on all officers who fail tucky State Fair has made plans for From the usful water paints for cellar WEDNESDAY AUG. 30 - - - 1911 Us political adversary RICHMOND, KENTUCKY. exhibition which walls, barns, oto., to the finest of var- during the tem-- 1 to Protect prisoners intrusted to their the ninth annual polishes for tho furniture or promise entertainment for all classes mshns-anporary occasions it has controlled the keeping. more serious piano. Toll us what you want to do and affairs of the State. Sec. 21 The Democratic party has and sections. While me comossfirst, es wo'll supply tho paint product with GREENLEAF & HERRINGT0N million dollars AnaoHBcemcBts As against the Republican record in always been the party of .religious, as form of entertainment with an cduca which to doit peclally In connection Z airship FOR REPRESENTATIVE I wel1 as civil liberty, in Kentucky and in Lawyers Kentucky of assassination, bloodshed tlonal Institution such as the Kendisregard of law, we present the tne republic. It refers with pride to tucky 'State Fair Is proving to be, the We are authorized to announce L. B land folks will forgive OfHce inDouglas & Simmons' new I Ilerrington a candidate for Democratic picture of peace, scrupulous ! its noble and consistent record on this demand always is great for something Building on Second Street forgive rich folks if c, auujeci regard for human life and a wiueorawoi strict ob- - Important question, so "dear to every in a lighter vein which will help drive opp. Court IIoue Wall Paper and Paints away and furnish a kind oi i true American heart.'We are in full dull care Iserrance of. and resnect for law n it will V I against an empty FOR SHERIFF treasury and reject- - accord, both in letter and inspirit with mental dessert for the feast of good Phono 449 203 East Main A STJXjT.il premium list arc onthorUed to announce ELMEKl Ion and shaving of honest demands I tne teachings of Thomas Jefferson, the things which the new RICHMOND. KY diion county, subject to the acUon of against the State, we present a picture founder of our party, on this question discloses. It was the recognition of this ele party ATTOBNEWAT-Iii, democratic 0f a magniffcenl State Capitol erected ani1 the provisions of our Stale ment in human nature whidh caused tax, and Und Federal Censtitutions, and we are the side show at the county fair to be wm r & '.x. 1 KENTUCKY. 51OTM0ND, . .son county, subject to tne action ot tne every just claim against the State unalterably opposed to rasing any re- - born. The idea progressed until the party Democratic I tfioo over Slate Bank & Trust Co., opnrnmntlv mat nnA twirl in full. i UgUI . . .. "W " .. . ft .u M, aminct I liirious test as a aualification for hold' great International exhibitions at Chi . csite Court House, on Main Street. or nation. cago and St Louis were produced. It ..Inks a didafoi ShSrfa"of 'Madiso platform pledges and promises broken ing any olDce in ejtinty subject to the action of the Demo--1 and made to be broken, we nrpsont n Sec 22 Wo favor the nomination was at the former. that tho auqway 7,-lelection of United States Senators by Became a reality and at the latter that For grazing or feeding cattlo call on or record of all pledges and promises faith- it it the Pass was introduced. BothstrucK wadi-- 1 iuny kept: as against hypocrisy, dema-- 1 utrecr, vote oi me people a bueritiln of Af 1. Inco your orders with i uLVEK ... candidate for4.a UVUUll w .fcMC :A . is that the . ,nf.nvvmA , amm. VUiqCV. n . HOn CUUUU wrrtwrtr "i n Sec. 23 Wo denounce and are op a popular chord and thus it If you want to get along DENTIST c hhahah. a luwumpvtou prcauiib ibwoJ iiemocratic party. different state fairs are not consld one-ma- n power .always sinir u murry song. Pinnell-McMulle- n WVare hereby authorized to announce I record of sincerity, fidelity, competency posed to Cannonism or ered complete without some suoh fea 1 Lick, BENTON a candidate for Sheriff Inn,) siaiemansnip. AN in all representative assemblies, whether ture. Never talk about your troubles or your woes. .. Madison County, subjeet to .the action Live Stock Commission Co. I be in the Congress or in representative party. We denounce the action of the Re- - it uf the Democratic Keep 4i stead1, upper lip, Crown, Bridge and Inlay work a Both Novel and Clean. Specialty. publican Governor for his partisan and conventions. We favor the "rule of the IT Don't forget this splendid tip But, together with the adoption of FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY Kansas City Stock Yards Ofllcc in Bank Building. the Pass feature has come the recogV T3tiT Fiayv iii-- on1 nronn t.Ta Ttomr w tt "just action in pardoning men indicted people." i n--. to nnno,,n J Sec. 24 On this platform of prin nition of the further fact that the gen ; ;J wmk'K a candidate for Count vAttomrv ior pariicipauon in tne assassination oi A careful selection for wlint you want kubiect tn the action of the Democratic William Goebel, the Governor of our ciples and on the aims and purposes of eral public will not long approve it W in in Vacationists find twrt will bo mado by our W. O. Park who State, and ve assert that those pardons our party in the State an in the Nation, unless It Is encompassed by moral has had 28 yours experience in filling SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENCE prove offensive Mats in A in on this marRet." Please address were granted for political reasons, and wp appeal to all Kentuckians, irrespec surroundings and not con orders We are authorized to announce BENJA attend. all communications to tive of previous political affiliations, to the crowds which myriad The in F. EDWARDS, a candidate for Su. not upon the merits of the cases. MIX Pass fea ' Dentist the lienntendent oi l'uuuc bcnoois ot piaatson and Ucsire tracts made for coming fair included We charge the Republican party both WJ10 are Pr6ud of lhe county, subject to the action of the Demo tures for the W. Talophona 207 cratic party In the State and in the nation with a still more prosperous, more progres- - stipulations to the effect that the Kansas City Stock Yards are authorized to announce Win. S. gross extravagance and wilful waste in sive present and future for all our shows must be clean, while retaining We Office in Oldham Bulhlmjr Rrork a candidate for Superintendent of novel. This con dec I l'ublic schools ot Madison County sub I the exnendlture of the neonle's monev. people, to support our magnificent. the virtue State ticket, including our nominee for dition will be complied with. Not I FOR JAILER ment and reform, and to an economical the United States Senatorship, and our only will tho shows be novel but they will be new. The old time, much Wr arc authorized toannounceMORGAN I business administration of public affairs. nominees for General Assembly and for worked over exhibitions will not be TAYLOR a candidate for Jailer of Madison other officers. county subject to the action of the Demo e are in favor of a direct Sec. 5 On the Pass, as "well con countenanced. Sec. 25 CONCLUSION, in cratic party. primary election law, providing that all as everywhere else, the public will be FOR ASSESSOR primary elections shall be conducted elusion we call tho attention qf Ken expected to be given their money's , , .. ... , i .. .., tuckians to the fact that Democratic we are aumonzeaio announce auiuorny ana ai puoi.c principles are triumphant in .lhe Na worth and failure on the part of show N'OLA-Na candidate for Assessor of unuer men to do this will meet with instant Madison County subject to the action of expense, and to be regulated in the , same manner and subject to the same tion and in almost every State, and rebuke. . xrr j, 1911 As an adjunct to the Pass features that the Republican party everywhere JARMAN a candidate lor Assessor of Mad' j penalties for violation, as in case of is professing to adopt Democratic will be the numerous free acts, all uson county, subject to the action of the ,i,-i-- .;. jjemocratic party platforms, but we thrilling "and exciting. Caterers to Money to Loan on Good Farm Sec. the enactment of principles in iU popular amusement assert that the We arc authorized to announce RUFUS them that tha "epUDllCans of great 1 Lands. tENKINS a candidate for Assensor of " ..lwarn nffotin j'our residences a ?d store buildings Babcock act in which a bicycle 4" " Madison county subject to the action of the T V 77 have placed in their plat party. tice act, which shall determine what this State dashes down a steep incline, rider Democratic The Northwestern Mutual Liie In- advan- Democratic loops the loop and gaps the gap so painted and papered, or decorated in any campaign expenses shall be legitimate form some progressive FOR COUNTY CLERK Co., will loan money at 5 per to carry quickly that the spectators can with Isurance call I tastes on sjood improved farm and which shall provide for the Com- - doctrines, not with a view We are authorized to announce LaRueC way, see me about it, as I am prepared to do all kinds of carry them difficulty follow him with their eye, is lands on Jlortp'e. pulsory publication in detail, under them out or to attempt to out in good faith, in the improbable one of the most thrilling ever pro Chenault, Atty. Apply to J. C Democratic party heavy penalties, of the campaign ex at the polls duced. Richmond, Ky. Decorating' penses of every candidate for public event of their success RICHMOND, KY Music on All Hands. next November, but only for the office. FOR CITY COUNCIL, The musical elephants will be catchiug votes and Sec. 7. We favor the enacting of such present purpose of we are authorized to announce deceiving the people, so that thoy source of continuous delight to the Evehett Berrt as a candidate for additional laws as will make our entire might get the offices and emoluments children as well as their elders. The Besides will use nothing in the way of materials on Councilman, subject to the action of common school system more efficient thereof. The broken promises of the "stunts" which these huge pachyderms your except such as I invite you to inspect at all times perform illustrate what patience and Democratic party. and more practical. and Nation ingenuity will accomplish in the train We pledge our support to our school present Republican State before being applied to your house, etc. Also, will We are authorized to announce T. T. I. R. Pennington al Administrations as well as the en ing of wild beasts. Covikotox as a candidate for Council system and the educational institutions appreciate a share of your patronage, and promise-yoman, subject to the action of the Demo-- of the State, wisely and-- economically tire history of the Republican party, The Whirling Lunette Sisters fur Dentist. in return for same honest work and materials. era tic party. are sufficient to convince an iair- nish still another attraction of more administered. Money appropriated for Office noxt dear to Governmeal buill Very respectfully yours, We are authorized to announce Talt the education of the people is an invests minded citizens of the insincerity of than ordinary IntoresL All lovers of Ing IliolinMMHl, Ky. S. Todd as a candidate for Councilman. It is music will enjoy the abundance of it ho Republican party, and that subject to the action of the Democratic mem and not an expense; school trus not the party of the people; while, provided by the state fair manage tees, school boards and all school officials party. recoru ana ment Threo high class bands, more should be held rigidly responsible for on the otber 'hand, tne than have ever before been heard on historv of the Democratic party in the state fair grounds, will render pro adequate returns on every dollar so in Successor to Uargin & Uenny DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. conclusive grams each morning, afternoon and We charge the Republican the Nation and the State vested. Third Ky devotion to duty and its night of the fair. Calliendo, the great For United States Senator, party with neglect of and indifference ly establish its Over State Iiant & Trnst Compauy purpose in good faun to redeem me Italian leader naturally will be most THLEPUONE ?J6 M. James, Oli.ik toward our school system. platform pledges made to the people. in evidence. of Crittenden. Recognizing that a large majority of J. C. W, BECKHAM. Fat Purses For the Races. For Governor, the teachers of our common schools are H. A. SOMMERS, A total ot JG.600 in pursed will be SEPTEMBER 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 1G, 1911. Jambs B. McCreabt, now eligible to be elected school trus- - DENNY Pt SMITH, First District- offered in connection with the racin of Madison. events which tvIII exceed in Interest tees, county school superintendent, and S. W. HAGER, Second District; ! any ever before held. Kentucky is toto hold office, and are frequently so BEN T. PERKINS, Third District; Per Lieutenant Governor, Will buy or sellyour bouse, day the center of racing as a result to W. C. MONTGOMERY, elected, we favor the extension E. J. MoDermott, Fourth Dis-- of the fight made on the sport in nuTHRILLING FREE ACTS DAILY farm town lots or any thing women suffrage in all school elections, of Jefferson. trict; merous states and the stand early ta RACING - - LIVE STOCK SHOW as to quali J. A. SULLIVAN, Eighth District; subject to wise regulations else in the Real Estate line. For State Treasurer, ken by the legislature In passing law FINE HORSES - - GOOD MUSIC fications as the General Assembly may M. F. CONLEY, Nith District; for the control ot racing which puts Thomas G. Kiiejl, Any business intrusted to CLEAN MIDWAY - EDUCATION determine. it on a high plane. There will be of Logan. JNO. C. C. MAYO, Tenth District: -- HEAD-ON COLLISION SATURDAY- him will be promptly and We favor such laws as will. S. B. DISHMAN, Eleventh Distriot. , Sec 8 twelve races In all during the week. For Auditor, CLASSES AND LARGER PREMIUMS THAN EVER all trotting and five pacing events. seven carefully attended to. See MORE under appropriate penalties, destroy Hexrv Bosworth, colDuo to the fact that the head-ocorrupt lobbying seeking to influence are need- him if For information or catalogue write to I will of Fayette. i lision Is scheduled for Saturday afterI any legislative body in the Common Farm News For Attorney General, noon of fair week It will mean that on ed. PERRY M. SHY, Secretary, wealth on the subject of legislation or in sell (Qt ( the first five days of tho fair the pubJames Garnett, CO No. 320 Paul Jones Building We represent iron bound the election of officers by it, or in any get more than Us usual share lic will of Adair. Items ol Interest to The Farre(other matter, but we recognize the con Insurance Companies of races. On Monday there will be mer, the Grower and tne For Secretary of State, stitullonal right of the people to petition two, and on Wednesday and Thursmember this. Stockman. C. F. Crecbliotjs, day there will be three races each. and to be impartially heard on all of Pendleton. questions. Mote Fox. the noted cattle buyer, of For Superintendent of Public InSec. 0 We favor, under wise and ENTICING STAKES OFFERED fall to for for Boyle purchased several bunches from struction oroner restrictions, the creation of a FOR FIVE GAITED SADDLERS county parties last week: . I State Utilities Commission, having Bourbon Baresdale IIamlett, Following is a list of the farmers who of Christian. ample powers to discharge its duties. COL. M. C. RANKIN READY WITH the num Sec. 10 We favor a change in the sold to Mr. Fox, together with GENEROUS PURSE IN THIS For Commissioner of Agrioulture, ber from eacli and the prices paid CONNECTION. present method of selecting the Prison J. W. Newman, Turney, 43 head Oldham Building Commissioners of the State, and the From Amos and Jesse of Woodford. averaging 1,450 pounds, at a.eo per Col. M. C Rankin, commissioner of . i f ,it li.in. from th mnnao-iFor Clerk of Court of Appals, Ky . All women, who suffer from the aches and pains, due While Uundred; from J. C. Bryan, 01 head, agriculture, has come to bat this year insiiiutions. monf Bldg Main R. L. Greexe, of Prison averaging 1.350 pounds, at 85.65 per with a guarantee of $500 In cash as to female ailments, are urged totry Cardui, the reliable, of Franklin. pastes, 33 head, "The Commissioner of Agriculture T. Commissioners for its successful man- - hundred; from J. scientific, tonic remedy, for women. Cardui acts promptly, Stake" for five galted saddle At no season is ombroidory so f 5ntition. ,.nrtfir its I averaging . 1,400itt pounds, at-. $0i. per This special stake of $500 is for horses. , . agcucui. an galted yet gently, and without bad effects, on the womanly system, ir.nusuitable as now. that th Kvstfim of nunarea; irom w. u. iucouiuuuh, saddle horses, stallions, marcs or relieving pain, building up strength, regulating the system, election bvthe Legislature, under had' avenging 1,380 pounds, at $5.80 geldings, to be shown under saddle Dainty Mid-summand toning up the nerves. During the past half century, In accordance with- - tho rules of the unwise, and Per nunureo- which they were elected, is I w a Lingerie a N ri t thousands of ladies have written to tell of the quick curative Un Wnicn K.entUCKy DemO we therefore favor sucu a cnange as The noted old Todhunter farm of Kentucky State Fair governing this class. This stake will be divided as win piace xneir appoinimenis m medicine. results they obtained, from the use of this well-knoj'acres located eight miles east of crats Will Fight This Fall. hands of the Governor, subject to con- - Laiiri!Tton. has becn soid by Mr. follows: per Miss Forty cent to the first horse, 25 tirmation Dy tne senate, or some George Moosely of Versailes, to Mr. J per cent to tho second, 15 per cent to m Section lON NATIONAL ISSUES. metnod sucn as tne uenerai R Kitchin of Ashland, Ky., who will the third, 10 per cent to the fourth Shop is headquartors for all that We, the Democrats of Kentucky, in may provide. Fayette county to make his nnd 10 per cent to the fifth. remove to is new in Embroidery ideas. delegate convention duly assembled and A condition is that all entries be bee. 11 we lavor a law reuuiruig . ,GsidPnco and farm Vfotnan'sTomc Th. fl Stamping a Specialty held in the city of Louisville. Kentucky, that a uniform system of accounting be f()rm one of lh(J most valuable prop. registered in the American Saddle The name ot the on August 15, 1911, do hereby pledge Installed and conductad in all public erUes in Central Kentucky, as well as Horse Register. Embroidery done to order. Prices horse must be filed with the secreuu anew our faith in and devotion to tne offices cnargeawitn me coiiecuou most noted landmarks. Mrs. Jane Callehan suffered from womanly- - trouble for reasonable and satisfaction guartary of the KentucKy State Fair by i or pumic monejs. and eternal principles oil disbursement yho was consummated through September 1. anteed. Friends and patrons innearly ten years. In a letter from Whiteville, N. C., she our party fist promulgated In the Decia- Bee 12 we lavor me uenerai vited to inspect stock Turner an(1 Frazier, Loxington real says : " I vas not able to do my own housework. My ,., nrnt,firs nn(i ,ne nrico naid was BUTTER AWARDS WILL re- - sembly suomiiung io a voie oi mo i ration of Independence and since stomach was weak, and my blood was wrong. I had backqqo, aturmed in successive platforms of the I people whether or noi mey uesire w i nyer TEMPT THE FARMERS party, and we especially reaffirm our I adopt an amendment 01 our oiaie oon ache, and was very weak. I tried several doctors, but they faith in and devotion to the national J stitutioa broadening the powers of the Viox 5old. did me no good. L used Carduf for 3 or 4 months, and now NEW DEPARTURE PROVIDED, AT Democratic platform adopted at Denver, I General Assembly, so that' it may SUGGESTION OF EXPERI-- I am in the best health I have ever been. I can-nevpraise South Bound. Jimmy Viox, star shortstop of lhe I classify of property for Colorado, in the year 190S. MENT STATION. ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON APPLICATION Lexington team of the Bluegrass league No. 31. Cincinnati to Atlanta. Arrives Cardui enough." It is the best tonic, for women. opposed to any law Sec. 2 We denounce the Republican taxation; but we are and Departs 12:05 a. m. has been sold to the Pittsburg team nnd ,n .... a r -T waiiIH Whether seriously sick, or simply weak, try Cardui. Especial attention will bo given this -rij ami me present, uepuoncanjrre:.! l.i iBotutcn.imuvuu.u Ka. tn liirhton National WUPrs at Xa. 71. Richmond to Stanford. De ." . tho seas0 lt Is rcDortBd year in connection with tho Kentucky 'Write to: Ladies' Advisory Dept. ChatUnooca Medicine Co., Chattuiooga, Teen., dMiforihelr flagrant and willful be--- the burdens of taxation on the wealthy parts G:30 a. m. to creamery butter. The for Special Instrsctions, and book. " Home Treatment Ior Womee." sent free. ) 53 iraval of the trust reposed in them by and on corporations at the expense or . , himrfenwas Daid for Viox. who State Fair Shop in Rear oi'McKee Building No. 1. Louisville to Beatty villa I or the laboring j s one cf tno best of tho minor leaguers. management desires to encourage fills the American people and call attention the poor, the farmer --Arrives 12:10 p. m. Departs, 12:15 industry in Kentucky and it has been TlieJNew iorK nauonai league a ireciors decided especially to the fad that they have man. that creamery butter, honey No. 37. Cincinnati to Knosvillo. Ar t Ky is essentially a Sec TiL willful, disregarded their and sorghum molasses will be placed rives 11:10 a. m. Departs 12:12 a. m and social question, promises to the effect that they would moral, e news to the rjrcctors here if a good in the horticultural department. HereNo. 33. Cincinnati to Jacksonville. tofore it has been a part of the field, revise downward the unjust tariff I and should not be made a partisan issuo prjco was offered in the near luturo, Arrives and Departs 11:20 a. m. seed and grain department. The horsystem and would relieve the masses of I between political parties. No. 27. Richmond to Louisville via or the present department always is one ticultural the people of the heavy burdens of un- - j We favor the extension Rowland. Departs 1:00 p. m. I of the most interesting at the' big fair, local option law, as applied to the sale just and unnecessary taxation. and not alone to the residents of the No. 3. Louisville to Beatty ville upnew dj On the contrary the Republicans en- - of liquors, which has been Will Be PuliedOff Here By rural sections, and tho addition of Arrfvos(5:43p. m. Departs 7:25 p.m acted the odious Pavne-Aldric- h tarriff I our highest court as valid and constltu- these displays will increase the inter Fraternal Order Team of 9. Cincinnati & Maysville to Stan of each and No. law of 1903, pronounced by Mr. Tafto tlonal, so that the citizen est materially. Richmond. ford. Arrives 7:21 p. m. Departs be 'the best Republican tariff law ever! every county in the State may determine Members of the state fair hoard ex 7:25 p. m. passed" which law was a irross breach for themselves whether spirituous, press the opinion that a more imporNorth Bound v base ball fans of Richmond and tant feature than that of creamery of the promises of the Republican vinous or malt liauors may oe som The county have about completed butter will be hard to find, and the 84. Atlanta to Cincinnati. Arrives Madison No. President and his political party. This therein. arrangements for ono of the biggest and Departs 4:10 a. m. tariff, in order to enrich the few, in-- Sec 14 We favor organization and games of ball over played on the loca display is expected to be such as. to To the ladies of Madison county. Call at our IF SO, LET US No. 10. Stanford to Cincinnati and evidence tho lead which Kentucky has among- - the larmers ana diamond, creased the burdens pf the many, and it win do Detween teams Maysville. Arrives 0:20 a. m , I laborers of the State, and the enact representing the Fratornal orders of the taken in this phase of agricultural en' . Store, corner Second and Irvine streets, Rich-authorized those favored few not only FIGURE YOUR Departs 6:25 a. m. deavor. to continue, but to increase, their rob- - ment of such constitutional laws as will County ana lv will cenamiy uruK oul No. 2Boattv'villerto Louisville The oxperiment station of Kentucky . t. The team of the . . . enthusiasm. to wink, mond, Ky,, and get full particulars how noisome "i"" t- - ,,,.,, , r.i.;.. oerr of- the many under the forms of i protect mem irooi iut n,, ron hnva State .university recommends : the aw. I challenged tne h.iks anu juasons ior creamery butter display. . ipreioui No. 28. LouBvllIe to Kichmonu via valuable premiums at th'e Madison County Fair,," Sec. Z We point .with pride. to, and I the country, wnicn are uie uirect irmi honors and lt tias Deen accepieu. xne Rowland Arrives 12KJ5 p. m. . will be played on the 31st, Thurs irsme nearwy endorse lhe patriotic record 01 ipuuiiwn Marry a Suffering Womarr which- - we Will offer to the best cake bakers:' No. 2S. TCboxvHIo to Cincinnati. Ar day, and will be extensively advertised.! Sec, 15 We favorsuch wise ana con made bv ih nrasent Dfimoermtic mem- rives, 1:30 pra. Departs 2:00p. m win ve in tne line up 01 omu TJrags herself painfully through her bers of Congress and Democratic Snsu swvative laws as will encourage road seen many old stars of the local diamond All contestants must use Z.armg s ratent riour. No. 70. Stanford to Richaoad. Arrives tors, in their efforts, over determine and bridge buiWieg ta Kentucky and and as there is Intense rivalry, the con- daily tasks, suffering from backache. 3:00 p. m. headache, nervousness, loss test promises DonTt wait! Republican ontvwitina to introod faith. I favor Come in oibl5ta4aM for the con- - Cashier R. R. to be the greatest ever. and poor sleep, not knowing-ho- r of appeUte 2io. 4. Beattvville to Louisville Burnam, of the Madison ills- - are redeem the promisee of the Democratic strwrtiw of read aad bridges, but only Bank, one of the most loyal of fans, has I," Arrives l:35p. m. Departs 140 p.m or tawi consented to umpire the game. Mr. due to kidney and bladder troubles. party to repeAl unjust and oppressive ob oeMHton IHM MCS " 'i - Ljo. 32. Jacksonville to Cifteisnati. Ar "quick" relief Incorporated Buream was unanimously seledted by Foley Kidney Pills give Republican laws, a ad to enact wise and coMUy which k primarily rives and Departs. a:t p. m. discharge its both teams. President Bmeit, of the from pain and misery and a prompt shall fir 4o H just laws for the beefit of the great Telephone 425 Near & A. Depot No's. 31. 37, 33, 27, 34r 28, 38. 33 are Pkmeers with his Board of Directors Is return to health and strength. JNo masses of the peefk, and we invite all shity to ttMlf in &i rfwd. Daily trains. No's 31, 1, 3, , 10, 2, 70, getting everything in readiness and will woman who so suffers can afford to Sm. 1 We favor th daily Except Sunday. Bklv arrange a big street parade. to contrast the aisM asd reeerd of U polities, of a Depart aiot Watch lhe bills for announcement of overlook Foley Kidney Pills. For sale Democrats the Hfse aod Sw&Uef J. p. IirtKKR AbT .i by Stockton & Son. npj I ) present of Congress with th of BwklBf, provWJVr oowpetwt th line D, R. Freeman f Your, Confidence s, We have got the biggest "Cinch" and "Pull" of any dealer town when comes Quality Merchandise, and we you conuaence natter wnat iou quality Pay. There always a reason why a bargain a "bargain." t - 9 H. e. DOTYi garments maKe you ieei liKe a man 3 B, Juett & Son - vaStm ... . 6 When you get to be worth a couple of and buy j a new every now and then, you can then wear a 'Shabby 5uit occasionally and you as they everything, but you are just an ordinary a man keep yourself looking clean, neat and decent and get you more than any investment you can make V A ToCattle Dealers the-Stat- e t lUr tPllJ.UU aa - J $20 there is a better one '.u. VVJ 1 1 H. L PATRICK J 11 . a Paint Kentucky nhriHi . Dr. Robt. C. Boggs P1 O. PARK wearing our utmost pleasure apparel, snappy Hawes telts and straws, Kneelaud shoes Flannels, too, shapes, and 5chloss clothes smart styles. are ottered the summer man by v t t 9 6 D Madison Young Ladies t Institute For Girls .and 1856 W. E. Oldham & Co. Richmond's Greatest Store 7 . .71, SSUWS'; Next session opens September 2th, 1911. Those interested and seeking the on or address of this school, 7-- WHEN J. B. Gassiday Painting, and Paper Hanging. I Bigger and Better Than Ever ?5 I u NINTH ANNUAL. R. Emmett Million W. L. LEEDS DENTIST Street Richmond, State-at-larg- ...LOUISVILLE... State-at-larg- e; I'LL BE THERE WILL YOU? James & Hunley Big Clearance Sale 10 Days Only Beginning July 22 and ending July 30, everything my entire stock absolutely n his-servic- - AT COST my mm J. FBRRIEU make room stock Blood Was Wrong Real Estate Agent Richmond, Mrs. J. M. Barlow Street Gibson nfnnrl .Hinwh.nt.R.rrf West Platform m er V 1 wn Eva Roberts ARDUI TAKE ST. S. TODD? t t t 9 t Contractor and nine-honore- d Builder L. & N. Time Table Mid-nigh- t, "T 1 l- se pre-electi- Telephone 467 Richmond, al 9 Big Game Sewell & McKinney's BIQ PREMIUM OFFER Going to Build? ... 1 .i.ti 1 -- ,.. jcj,.v. i.i.iiu. 1 1 Lumber L to-da- eoiv prtad ta8tl k crtk, Sewell & McKinney : ssin - i - - - i. ". i r . ... .w. i 'iaaMMW - '' '' i 5 Hi S fl Ft- - 4i ' - -- - - ? .. -- flA.. -- " -s ;:v"5'-- It mil in mi L - - When You Add something each year that will make your home more comfortable". It is difficult for most of us to buy large quantities of house furnishings at one time You willbesurprised,-tbough- , how n No Let Up On Price Cutting , ' : home becomes attractive with new things, if you follow this plan of adding something new every' rapidly your -- spring. Try It A Splendid Stock of New Up-to-Da- te On Fine Suits Am Furniture, Mattings and Rugs Ready for your selection not?. Never before have we sold so many fine suits never before had we so many to sell, and there are still hundreds of them eft - . BENNETT and H 1 GG1N S Beautiful grays, blues, browns, tans, and splendid color mixtures of all kinds, stouts, slims, longs, chunks, and UNDERTAKING - regulars models to fit all men priced lower than fine clothing was ever sold before in Kentucky, big lots as follows. Divided into four $100 -- Reward, $100 WlH b j HfH It at Umt ea drraded dtseat r in an 1U ? Its bHo iklr to X man or woman In ch locality. To t h atarafe. Uall'a CatiiTL Cure a :r,' .arc bow kDown to the med-- i Join tbe Supreme Council ot this society iturh betas a consUtational and Introduce our Benefit Certificates treatmect-- ' rs a coMtltntleaal among- friends and acquaintance!. Must b 'ore 1 tales, tetereallr. actlnr be between 16 and 0 Tears of are. Qtva blood asd raocoas SHrfacea of rr.br dectnTtfiC the feanditlon all or only spare time. W pay cash bene, pattest itrenjth fits for sickness. Injuries, accidents and tid FiTtec tbe a ilo (HMMtHettM and aulatlng aa- Experience not necessary. irs work. Tbe proprletora ii )s )t twatlra powera that hare death.from 0.00 to SS.00 a month andCan they male up. . Dalian for asj ewe that It A pleasant and hlshly profitable profea. S nd for Mat f slon. Everx member secured means a 3 I" J i HEXEr & CO., aWede. O. certain assured Income for you every - iM Pruggttta. 75e. month thereafter. Why not aet Into busi.s ramilr nut for eenttlpaUoa. ness for yourself NOWT No capital need ed. Bend for particulars. 1 -- J Of tbU rr.c plMBM tO " WANTED - 15.M our finest Kenton Hand-mad- e 5ults, this season's newest styles, in great variety of beautiful patterns and weaves tailored to fit without fault and keep their shape perfectly. 5trong values at $22.50 and $25 slaughtered now for $15 All ' tettUla. Dr. M. Dunn Specialist BOX 7-- LA-29- 3. COVINGTON, KY. r seises of EYE, EAR, NOSE and THROAT W. W. Proaddus & Co., have excellent B3dg. Rlehraend, Ky faoilitles for storage. Bring in your " 2 If - Breck, lire, lightning, oycJone wheat. tf tf That good ice cream at Ricci's : stock insuraaee. -- o to Owen MoKee, Richmond Detective take daily pay city or any - Jrv roods mm! setieas. Others' town strictly confidential, 123 N. Lime j why not you. tf street, Lexington, Ky. -- you take unlimited choice of all 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 1 12 Mad Stone 50 1 10.U Honest values at $ 1 5, $ 6.50 and $ 7, but we are forced to slaughter them at Ten Dollars for choice. Big 1 7M Brand new suits, this season's models, unusual values at $ 0 to 31250 slaughtered at $750 for cnoTioe. Prudent men will buy for future meeds at these prices 1 loss to us, big gain to you. Will you buy? A wealth of fine worsteds and serges to select from No man can invest, his dollars more profitably than buying his clothing now at these prices in' tv hams just received a The Blucgrass Real Estate Co., sold W BroeeMus & Go. far alt last Tnursday for Dr. Sandlin, his five : V. ! Morale. houses on Walnut street for $4,500. - nn s Insurance Agew?y writes atl This property was put up at auction 4tf several days ago and taken down.' Mr. ,i Blmor Deatherago and Judge Million, sleeks from were one of those tho purchasers. Phone 15. . Jt-- tf ' tf Houses Sold. j' - Preck, l: Counoilman John E. Sexton announces No Change. in this issue of the paper. - R I. Red S, C. oocfcerok for for It has been rumored that we have As a member of the City Fathers oradvanced the prices on laundry. The: e .5 cents. Phone 891. ganization he has made an enviable reis no truth in such rumor wntcn was putation and no member is more wido .klently started to injure our business, s A, Sbelien, agent for Hurst awake to questions of importance to tbe Respectfully, - Insurance Co. Write me or phone people than he. Ho submits his record Xotmal Steam Laundry. ot r 151 ring 2. Union City, Ky. te his constiluants. Breck, e MgirtBtog; eyetefle StOCk iMHMM& tf Ore. Sexton Out Covington and . J ' "7 I " Big Event Prospects for Madison County Fair Look Brighter Each Day If the Madison County Fair isn't one of the best shows of the season this year, it will be no fault of the Directors, ,vhoare bending every effort to havo things In tip top shape when the gong sounds for the first show ring. It takes considerable more work than one thinks to put through a successful fair and those that bear tho burden should be encouraged in every way possible, more especially though by a good attendance people of the county. from the There will be several good stables of horses, as all nearby fairs have been visited this month and all owners hao signified their intention of coming to compete for the bg prices. Secretary n Crutchex has decidQfl on the Judge, whloh has becomo so popular in recent years, and has engaged Mr. Preston W Ray of Bowling Green, the noted horseman and stock judge, to aetv Mr. Ray is well known all over the country along this line an,d, the fair association, is lucky to, be abje to. get hiin a.t ftjis Um,e, There will be hundreds of ontrios to the poultry, show whioh will bo the feature of the 1011 exhibition. This is the first year unusual activity has prevailed in this department, but poultry shows have become so popular, that they are now looked on as one of the biggest drawing cards at the country fairs. If you haven't a catalogue write to J. S. Crutcher, Sec, Richmond or call at the Climax office. one-ma- Board Meets Tapp. fire, MgHintag, oyolone The London fair was (he attraction s ice cream k AaHefotK. Every, for Madison county last week and many uks about it. Any flavor 0iado went from here. Edgar Doty and napr and delivered prenptlj'. tf py Bob Walker each, got a good share of the premium money on their hones Wanted. is considered the best The London-faiis for machine operators iagleve mountain-fai- r in the slate. Mr. Walker Good wages, light sanitary said the Pellagra scare in that vicinity v.ms. Apply te Hurst Mfg. .Co. kept many, of the mountain people - stock. tf All Won New Soft Drink House. Under the firm name of Jones & Co.. composed of Wm. Jones. E. Berry and RavGott. anew soft drink house has been opened at 141 Second St. This g makes four soft drink bouses now paj-in$1000.00 per year license to the city. Lorisch Out Main Sis. 10-- iiAes and Prickly Heat Relieved Free. - s no conditions attached te tbi H i oa are suffering with hives, it. insect bites, or any other non. we want you to aocopt ''"in pi intents a free bottle of ? clean liquid remedy .for ec-- 1 all diseases of the skis and ? lo(tle is Mt fall size, but it 'Ugh to show you the wender-i- g i " ' . today for a" Perry s and soothing etTects of your sample bot-"I- O Drug Store. 3 In this issue of the Climax Mr. Amil to the Lorisch announces for away. City Council from the Third Ward and he is a popular candidate as has Another One. been shown in former elections. Mt Ellis, the hard hitting loft fielder of Lorisch Is wide awake to all questions Lexington team earned fifty real good concerning the City's welfare and vote: American dollars last Thursday at the to the.best interest all the time. Pioneer ball park by hitting the bull sign. It was a long hit and at first Martin Gentry's fast pacer, lone, was seemed as if it would clear be tall fence In left centre. TJiis"is the second easily the winner in every race whioh t'rmo in one season ho has hit the sign, he was started last week at the London he other time being at the Lexington fair and he defeated some fast ones tco. He was driven by "Bud" White. Mr. grounds. Gentry has refused a big price for the Tmnnro blond runs vou down makes gelding, as ho is ha rogur you an easy victim for organic diseases sorrel , Burdock Blood Bitters purifies the blood family horsja. enros the cause builds you up. Havinjr decided to locate in the Stato " of Texas and desiring to make a fair Go the 5 th. settlement of all my business I there Another oxoursion to Southwest fore, ask all persons owing mo on Texas is being made up by La Pryor account to call and make settlement Land Co., thru Its local agent Mr. uave of same. Yet I want my friends and Freeman, which will go from here patrons to feel that I am willing and President fifth of Ssptember. anxious to give thenTmy services as Parrish, of the company has been in long. as I am in Richmond, ciiv for several days together with Respectfully, 31 General Manager Hughes, who personal H. G. Saxdlik. ly conducts the excursions. on-tho New Auto, . Sheriff Dave McCord has become so enthusiastic over tho purchase of an auto, that he has ordered one .shipped Immediately from the E. M. F. Co. and will havo it in a few days. He was always of the opinion, that H taak an expert to run, one; but Mr, Murray Smith has been schooling him of late in such a finished way, that ho has decided he is a cood chauffeur. He will uso It a great deal in collecting taxes and running down violaters of the law during tho remainder of his terra, o office. A REAL " PLEASURE - upon linen laundered bore greater pleasure to wear It. :r i hat leaves our hands is Xo places a little off 'color bo ookr a lillle off i ' i -- OOUS. Our Laundry Work .'" TheFoxlown, Red House and Waco has announced sections had a very good rain last r fmm the Tlnlvcrsitv Dro- - Friday and a little spnnKie saiuraay, awu k. 11 1. 1U& ! he is a Hustler that the which came after weeks of a severe clnct and others will, have no easy time defeating. droucht in this county. Very little Mr. Kennedy is in business on fcas rain fell at Kirksv.ille, Ber.ea or in 'the . 1 1 uuu section, TlS.t lucuniuuu Main street and has many friends who Kingston soliciting his candidacy for vicinity enioved a steady downpour for have been several hours Friday, the first good rain several weeks. Him a New in many days. to Give Mr. Wearen Kenndy Young Hustler. Plenty of Rain. - rr.;t V. L m Seemed ''" "I suffered intensely after eating and " uesired. no medicine or treatment! tried seemed oung-Mtfrgood,v writ"es U. M. work is soHoHed, called, .fur. Editor of the Lake View, Ohio d s 'She first 'few doses of Chamberlain a gave me and Lif Richrnqncj fearn furprisuig relief and (he second bottle seemed io give me a new stomach and perfectly "good health." For sale by Phpne 52. Stocktpn & $qr. s, er'T-afcelets DotMetlc er high glos Stomach. Woi Easily. Laundry. Cant. Vulcan Irvine's Uniform Rank K. of P, drill corps won the Grand auontii encampment ui rize.aif the Jolored K. of P's in Indianapolis last week. The company defeated the drill corps of he country and besides q cash, prize of $500 was awarded, many comshjn.a.1 h,ono.ri. Thp Rjchmon.d, into National iunped pany has. protninen.ee. ii Great' Offer. " Special Excursion BaseBall. This will boaclad week In base ball circles for the local fans. Paris played Monday and Tuesday, Winchester wn y and Frankfort be the victims comes Friday and Saturday, with, a double header on Saturday tne ana. Maybe the fans wont get their money's worth this week? On Thursday the Masons and" Elks play the Red Men and Knights of. Pythias. If you have not see tnese been this suntmer,.donl fail-tgames. to-da- Asheville, N. T. P. RY. "LaHdeftfeeSkj," Yacatllffl Southern- - Railway. The Med C. C. SfOt. Tho Climax is making one of the greatest offers of the year, in th,e. con test for the. base, ball honors o.f the. county bptweon the K. 9 P. atul Red Men and Elks and 'Masons, which, wil he decided, at tho Pjp,n,eer. pfH tomor row, (Thursday tie rfjst) this jviper- will xlve a years subscription io any playor hitting- - tho bull sign under tho same conditions as now prevails in the" Blue grass league, r.very piayer on oolh teams, who has been notified pf this offer has declared that he will do his best to win this extraordinary prize. - . 0. & "SappWre Cotitrj," , Want Lilly. The .Democrats of this Senatorial district will very likely have a candy dato to oppose tbe Republican- - party -- in the person ol Hon. 'Granu Irilly. The1 leaders in the' party lu" all the counties of the distrigt are united on Mr. Lilly on account ot his wide acquaintance and family connection in Lee and' Estill, two very strong Repdblicarr counties. His' adopted county, 'Madi son, ol oourse would give mm a big majority;, which has been figured out, with tho aid of EstilL his home county. would bo sufficient to overcome any majority that Pbweil and Lee' nighfr tii . Elder W. H. Culton was called to Clark county, near Kiddville last week Fails to stick and victims of Officials of the Bluegcass to conduct the funeral services over the dog bite are encouraged. body of Mrs. Mayme Tapp, wife lof It will be welcome news to dysoeo- - Hundreds of others would Hold Important Meetgladly tes- Walter Tapp. The remains were buried a remeay mat, in the The m,ad stone owned by Mrs. Burgin, in the old Rupard grave yard Wednes- opinion of thousands, is an absolute ing in Lexington. It is a guaranteed cure for indigesin ITexington. failed to stick to the day. Besides a husband two children cure for indigestion and all forms of tion, wounds of little A, J. Lackey, Jr. and survive. Deceased was Miss Rupard siomacn trouoie, and, better still, it aches constipation, biliousness, headgas on the stomach A very important meeting of the before Dan Dykes who were bitten last week her marriage. complaints. A bottle can and simitar be had Board of Directors of the Bluegrass .. any drop tnr -- 1, by a dog supposed to be suffering with , tl c au snow tne value ot pure pep-Si- n was also league was held in Lexington la-i- Wed m indigestion, and add to this dollar, but if you wish to make a test rabies. The head of tho do; Noland Busy. our address to Dr. some exceptional laxative mgTedients I. B. Horrlngton, Supt. Noland, of sin dissected and the brain found to be free nesday. e..l the County Schools, nu you nave a truly wonderful rem Caldwell and he will ... i.. of the Pioneers represented tho local from any trace of hydrophobia. This sample bottle, sent direct to your ade, club. The directors decided that after has been a busy man the past two weeks cay. Mr. r. VV. Worthy of -examination was made by Cincinnati Ga, got to the point where dress. YOU will " A: Iu. making his first round of the schools to Bacteriologists. Tho patients went to the 23th, no player who was not under ne coum not even eat or digest veg- have found sometMn see that everything is working well. etables and after many years of seek- cathartics, breath perfumes and other Cincinnati Saturday evening where they contract and who had not reported prior He is one of the best in the State, al ing he found the cure in Dr. Cald- temporary reliefs. Syruo PensJn ;n to this dato be allowed to take part in will take the Pasteur treatment whloh ways beinjr active In looking after th well's Syrup Pepsin. Mr. Rudy Kas-n- cure you permanently. is claimed to be the greatest discovery any game in tho Bluegrass leaguo during-thof Moline. IIL, was in the same welfare of tho rural schools. One of remainder of the season. The of the age for the nrevontlon of hyJro bad predicament with his stomach, B. F?.rttJ,e ee,5.mPLe address Dr. W. wiuwcu, w laidwell bmldlntr question of the past season champion the chief things about the office of took Syrup Pepsin and is now cured Nfontlcello. phobia. Mr. James Culton was the hero I1L ship series of seven games was then Superintendent of schools is to visi of tho day last Tuesday. Luckily he taken up, and discussed in regard to tho them regularly and make a thorough was Just starting out dove shooting, inspection. Supt. Xoland Is so popula: when the dog came through the OHy time the series should start and tho with the scholars that his coming is division of tho gate receipts. It was He gave chaso in his buggy a.n,d. over-too- k decided that no player who was not- - the signal for a big ovation and then tho animal near the. farm, of Mr. WITH close attention while he gives a short Dick Igo. It took two, shots to finish under contract and who had not re- lecture. PINNElL-McMDLLE- N him. Tho anAmal was the property of ported fie days previous to the openLIVE STOCK COMMISSION CO. Pinter, who resides on. tha Lexlng ing of the series be allowed to partici Newsom Returns. pate in the championship games unless !S.AiN5AS ion, piKet norm oj fcioxtawn, and on one STOCK YARDS, Newsom has returned from of his children tbedaybefor'tho town peo some player of the contesting club bo T air. J. . . ple wero attacked. Mr. Hunter shot the Injured and incapacitated for playing. ivenver, ixiiorauo, wnere he went to Quotes prices of stock and feeding cattle as follows: dog thinking ho was mad but failed to In this event the presidents ot the two attend tho National convention ot the clubs, together with tho league pres Modern Brotherhood of America as kill It and It ran. lie identified the dog Good to choice fleshy steers, 1130 to 1200 lbs $5 05 $5,50 after it was killed. It Is almost a surety ident, should asreo on the player to be Delegate at Large from Kentucky, Good to choice stock steers, 850 to 1000 lbs 4U secured. 525 Returning Mr. Newsom came by Enid. Good to choice yearling steers that the dog was not afllicted with rabies The first game of tho series is to bo UKiahoma where he visited, relatives, 0 4.75 to, work and the Good to choice steer calves, 7 to 10 as the madstono failed months oldll! played hvWinchester.'Wednesday, Sept no is pteasea with the west and the 470 Good to choice heifer calves, 7 to 10 experts could find no trace in the brain. months old 01 h, anil the remaining jrames strides it has made 433 4S5 since he came to an order from. embr.. Goodto choice 1 and 2 year old stock heifers.-...- " The scare has brought out "JJ iae.to.QQntin!u0 at such time and place Kentucky. Mr Newsom says the west Cood to choice stock cows. 3 to 5 vear nu the Mayor that all dogs bo tied up. fox a. as. the management of the two winning has suffered muoh from drought, but Kansas City, Ma, Auirust 23. 1911. period of thirty days or elsja the ppjlce , clubs shall agree, until foul games shall the corn yield will be sufficient to sup officers will kill the.m,. won by one team. have been ply tne home consumption, ne says he BurnamVlnsuranoe Agency will bond. The question of the division of the had the best time of his life. A TRAINING SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS you, !" irate receipts was left in the hands of tho owners of the. clubs contesting for - Intermediate sSSttnlR- Big Auction. Dam Celebration. tbe championship. I will on Saturday, September 2nd. Very Low Fares to Cincinn'att and Courses, Review Courses. A CmOK F HKB TO APPODfTKKS will expire September 4th, , ,m . . (Court Day) . Two snlnrtirt return via Queen & grexQen tsu,ie and nothing short of a mjracle can keep and Monday September-lthvwiuiiwiiu. t,ra juuuHii nrnrm .a. a.v ir. sen to the highest bidder at auction. tice School. Fall Term account Celebration, of. the. compjettori-o- Paries from, winning tho prize, and it to advantage at any time. the Fernbank Dam,. M,on.ster jol nowseenvs certain that this club, and the entire lot of ehioles at Riohmond Eastern Kkxtuckt State Normal, Richmond, Kestvcet. the farm of J. S. Stapp. This lot lification and Honccom,ing,. Tickets on, Winchester wUl fight It out for the includes all kinds of top buggies, sur- 0, 7,. and, Sth,. fijoal championship, of the past series. sale September. 4, rles, pheatons, roadwagons runabouts, limit to return, September U, 1W1. Howton road carts, all kinds of farm faro, (rem, Lexington will The r,ound, trip Early AUK wagons, pony carts and rks of every be $2.70, T!o d,ry yreather has caused the la,ves description. ! mn heavily stocked and ATTRACTIONS d.u.1), consequently I must turn Street and River Historical Parades. to fall and. the p.hnox.io.us smoke from trade is Band Con the burning piles wlH shortly bo per- them iuto money at onoe, No reserve, Illu.mjn.a.tod n,lght pjigoanls. everything ! offer wJU he sold. If you tests for prizes. Motor Boat races. meating the atmosphere i and. around Motor Richmond,. Ttere should, bo ordinance want a bargain, now Us the chance. Steamboat Parados. Decorated J. a. Stapp. at Boat Pagents. Mluslc, Oratory. Fire- passed, prohibiting the burning of leaves might ca.rt Uem off to, the and tho works and Flying JJachines. Rough Ones. pubjic dump ple. frpni riadispji. will The Frankfort News thus voices the Thai Now Fall Suit . The BjinviHe. Messenger, sai's: ,,M,r. sentiments of all teams of the Bluegrass league In tho following: Two Paris II. JL IIrn.don,, one. of tle pUn"? DmH fa.I to read In this Issue" of tho players, on a team which tries to run nc.n a.id bss formers, wh,p, tver left EL V. ftole wwnty, came tiown from his Climaxt tho advertisement of When the umpires auI the league, have been Eldor's Fall tailoring display. suspened for an attack on an umpire at home in Grant county and was In this city today. Ho told the writer it was you place an order with this rslublo Paris. It would be just punishment If dry up there, but as he planted early house you know, you are going to get both McKernan and Maxwell should be his corn would yield fifteen barrels to value received and just what you order suspended for the romainder ot the, the acre, and his tobacco is fino. He ed. A special expert will be on hand present season. This would bo, ajtuosji will begin cutting it next week. Every Thursday and Friday of this weej; td certain to defeat Pa(rj i te,"raco tor one who knows." Mr. Herndon will be show you the goods and lake your the pennant adV Vua effect of tho punlsh-menglad to read this. Mr. Herndon left measnre the same as if you were in tho would be salutary. The Blue-- ! Madison a few years ago and located in city, only cheaper, and buying,T fo't 'aj grass league has been troubled by; 1 shortly home man. ' ' Boyle, near Shelby City, but-lef- t rowdy ball and the quicker President 1 ... int t .' purchased-a'big- farm 1d Neal puts an end to It the better. afterwards and " ' '" Grant; P4vF Bean Beaten. t For-syther EATS WHAT HE LIKES AFTER TAKING FREE SAMPLE W. O. PARK, QTY 1 a 1 """" " 30 SraltfeSsuSSrSSi to?- The-seaso- f '"'SKdSw. " ' "du' One Day Only Saturday, Sept. 2. cy Anyone purchasing a 25 cent Tooth Brush receive Free - V a 25 cent package of Rexall Tooth Powder "" PERRY'S - DRUG aady Eads STORE. Jesse Cobb ASuiqcfe. a JraVaLEKlNGTB' Day. Coaobea.lectrically Sleeping Sirs. Illmap Obsan-atio- Lighted. SP'nK &rini" DiningQarsBerwngaii.meai n 12, 1911. -- New Exiterprize. !ritsrs. ' Hurnsnid "& Hobinson. to. gettterwlth Mr. T. S. Hagan have purchased tho East End flouring mills from Messrs Sanders and Schooler "but will o6t take ollargb of their pttrohase' until the first of Jaifuary. Theretirjing decldetl just' vhat they" &iu Ac ' ThA new owners are hustlers. them, and the eood Work of ityl'd llie mill will be "carried bni iyvi fitii has nor! JteV befen'' riatfe UK.' tut' the above are ino oniy ones Interested rathe deal. Mr.' Hagan his li tc" farm nh tha Barri68 icvcui; iV 1 Mill road and will likely dome to town ' the" operation totake'anafctlve'part of the soilling business. LEXINGTON Flaa! Limit TO ' r use Rocte -- Going direct and returning via ChUnooga. Tares. Mountain), or the reverse. 1.50 in addition to above nariied gftiyit-EqELI SERAL STOP-OVEasfe any Ticket I 'oil mformluea, booklet and ' i R' f JlSSSKSct Vfike'TovaV. 'V,mtH ltcrtira jfoftfcfccr g. 27:. $950 0u t sleiBg-cftWeeorvatio- n; . . i Agf,-or-addre- n t king, p. &. t. a.. 101 ' ' w: a. BBCfcmap. a., ,t ekv. Ohio. Newj has mched this city of the traglo death of Rev. John Reeves, who suicide committed at Pendleton, Oregon, on Monday night; Mr. IWeves is atonb1 time prjBsldtns ewof In the MahtJaTsrOonfe'rbnce. ffe Ifentfick went to Oregon five" years ago, where he was pastor of a church at Pendleton! Becoming; despondent by the closing ot'fils chtfrch and lsyitulYy"of nc-ihf?- a live'fih'ootf for bim'seif and ui uiu urtKieui, uixra cusi uv living, lie shot himsulf through the temple sjo l,t t fcrJowrl' atr through' 'the 'district, where Slee'ves stated. A, son Mr.' AustiH he enjoys an excellent practice and rcEfjU Tf Win'otTester. Deceased was hundreds of Republican Votes' taU',d volT xfioWn h'eVe where he was pas-to- r of come" his. way. W Vi'ai not yetaecHlW EVk. E'. phurch. to accede to the urgent" calls of his party : iut'ihere is'liaTdl any way forhim td BarBawfs rjuhmm Agency oldest decline since he is the unanimous and best cfsftpftntee' represented. Phaae Ce r h Mrs. Klnnard, nee Miss Valerie Young, daughter of Eld. Owen Yottng, ot Baldwin this county, no,w, a, resi(enf of Des Molnej, aynn still retains her ' rJ 't'l't'- ' v.l. -- !.,! nunc vav. iiumg. oi 'iis ouii entered'' as contestant as best lady rtder d in tho fair at Des Moines, Jrj. wlli also rid h5jyorashciW flflgs to show o.fX same ne horses owned iy a vrwiiny vwieaiM ui iuai section, as Al'ss Valerie Young she rode in ntiirlvj all central Kentucky fairs, nclumn? ulsvin .ftWKton, Itlcamlitid, viuwigiiunn auu a uuinue Ol KUtrs. iu overjr cuuicsi sue Has CartjlCU ' off the bins' ribbon, never kavln1 iLo I So also at Louisville at INS beaten. State," fair, a few jj the afo wush sua rooe tan m wotkerful mm o( Ifyft Cohen" In the . five gsytea nm sm carried o tha Kiq-riar- 1 SCXTXilPl An Easy Mark. You cannot miss it! There are more dollars in real estate than ever before for the investor. Our properties are all choice, resfericued and right in the direct line of im prove etit. Approved lots for business or residences. Select list of stores and houses to rent or iease. Telephone, write or call to-da- y Bluegrass Real Estate Company, IMCORPOttATED. tsatMky Local and Long Distance a vi m lu ja - : e t ... f i - - II Tailoring Display A Special Representative of OUR FALL STEEL MONSTERS STATE FAIR CLUBS IN EACH OF 119 COUNTIES "OOSTERS" MARBE WILL SHALLED IN IMPOSING ARRAY IN EVERY DIRECTION. - CRnSJLPD COLD ON Don't Overlook The Two Best) THRILLING SPECTACLE PROM ISED FOR VISITORS AT KENTUCKY STATE FAIR. SHIVERS A PLENTY GRIFFON TAILORING CO. P Two Monster Steel Steam Engines Dash to Certain Destruction In Full View of Spectators. Seldom is it that any community is afforded an opportunity to witness such an ambitious and thrilling performance as. is promised the crowds in attendance at the Kentucky State Fair on Saturday, September 16. when tho spectacle is provided of two monster steam engines, started under a full head of steam and permitted to in full view of the speccrash head-otators A sight such as this is sufficient to cause tho most stolid of persons, he with tho nerves of steel, to involuntarily shudder and flinch as the collision occurs. The hiss of escaping steam, the bursting of the great boilers, the rending of tho formidable Iron pars, the tearing and crashing and grinding of twisted masses of steel are even Inspiring In the terrible force which accompanies them. The sight of the two mountains of machinery rushing headlong Into each other's embrace Is sufficient to freeze the blood in one's veins, and send shivers of fear rushing up and down tho spinal columns, despite the knowledge that there is no personal danger. n BALTIMORE, will be on hand to assist us in showing you, in large lengths, Their Complete Line of All Wool Fabrics. for the Fall. He will also be prepared to post you on . . . T7T-- IA T TQ mPPFPT TM MFMs ATTTPP : Kentucky State Fair clubs in every, county in the state are promised long before the gates open for the big annual exhibition on the magnificent fair grounds which aro the property ot the people of Kentucky. These Kentucky Staio Fair clubs will be organized in connection with the county meetings of the Farmers' institutes. Tho members ot each ot these clubs aro expected to become "boosters" and will have as thslr slogan, "I'll be there; w.111 you?" The forming of these state fair clubc alone Is expected to mean a big increase in the attendance at the fair from each of the counties of Kentucky. In addition, the fiscal court In each ot the Kentucky counties will be asked to make an appropriation of $100 for a county display. There is not a county in the Commonwealth but which has one or more products of which it is Justly proud and it is these products which the respective appropriations will pay for displaying. Therefore, it not only will be state pride which will be on trial, but county pride as well. A good natured rivalry wilt thus result which should send the citizens cf the different counties back home prouder than ever of the resources of their respective " for the coming season. ... He will cheerfully aid you in making your selection, and be pleased to take your measure & Delivery When Wanted! ORDER YOUR CLOTHES DURING THIS. DISPLAY. The sensations resulting are intense but it is such as these that the human family is seeking and no more spectacular offering could be provided to satisfy the ever present desire for something out of the ordito-da- PREMIUM LIST FOR SALE BY GREAT FEAST Delivery When "Wanted! nary. Remember The Days and Dates: Thursday, August vvw 31, and Friday, September 1. Respectfully Submitted to the Cash 1 rade E. V. ELDER ' w You are cordially invited to come to the Fall Opening to be held at our store on . CURIOUS BITS The engines arc placed on opposite RURAL SCHOOLS RECOGNIZED ends of a track built especially for purposo. The fires are started, the the steam is produced, the throttles arc thrown open, and the two mon KENTUCKY STATE FAIR GOES THE LIMIT IN ENCOURAGING sters are started to physical destruc EXHIBITORS. tion by engineers who leap to safety before the impact comes. The annual premium list for the Kentucky State Fair, which is Just out of the hands of the printer, teems PREMIUM LIST FOR with good things in the way of awards, CREAMERY BUTTER all of a character to attract exhibitors. Thousands of copies are being mailed to prospective exhibitors and the de NEW KENDEPARTURE FOR mand for them is unprecedented. A TUCKY STATE FAIR CERTAIN glance through the pages of the pre TO MAKE HIT. mium list, which is attractively gotten Nursery cultivation is proving not up both from a standpoint of mechan only one of the most fascinating of ical work and ot arrangement, furstudies in the rural sections of Ken nishes pleasing surprises. Among the new departments will be tucky but it also is developing into the educational, with prizes for the one of commercial importance which is taking high rank. To those Inter children in connection with the rural Bchools. will be divided ested it will be good news to learn among These prizes sewing, cooking, the classes In Kentucky State Fair manage- map drawing, that the model lessons, writing, ment has decided to offer tempting premiums for nursery displays in con- spelling, etc. The premium list was placed in competent nection with plant and flower depart- Ellsworth Regensteln, hands by Prof. at the head of ment This Is another of the entirely new this department, he having designated departures which have been decided Sir. McHenry Rhodes, of Owensboro, upon for the big Kentucky State Fair and Prof. T. J. Coates, of Richmond, that purpose. Such a department of 1911. It Is along the lines of prog- forcertain, to appeal to the enthusiasm ress and Improvement which make is certain that the Kentucky State Fair of both teachers and pupils, and spirnot only will maintain its lead in the ited contests arc expected. recognition south but that it will take its rightful Is Thisline with theof the rural schools policy of the manin place among the great state exhibiagement to recognize the sections of Indiana, Iowa, Illinois, Minnetions of the state from which a big part of the sota and others to the north. support for the Kentucky State Fair Is expected. Douglas, Simmons & DeatlierareJ Second Street Telephone 20 j m About Your Plumbing -- f It is important that every plumbing i fixture you install shall be of proven sanitary worth. Your closet combination particularly should be efficient in the highest degree, easy to keep clean, and have a perfect water seal to prevent the entrance into the house of sewer gas. Do you appreciate the importance of having your work done right? Standard" plumbing fixtures and our workmanship insure plumbing perfection. Richmond Heating & Plumbing Standard "Vitrite" CkMtt COMPANY, Richmond, Kentucky. SEPTEMBER . ' - AND 2, 19 J4, . OF HISTORY THE TRAGIC FATE OF MIRAL BYNG. By A. W. MACY. Admiral John Byng of AD- - PERMANENT BUILDING IN INTEREST OF HEALTH The campaign for health being waged the country over is to be aided materially by the establishment on the grounds of the Kentucky State Fair, at Louisville, of a permanent health building, the cost of which will be paid by the Jefferson county fiscal court. Dr. W. Ed Grant, city health officer of Louisville, and Dr. W. B. Smock, Jefferson county health officer, took up this matter with the fiscal court and secured the appropriation. The federal government has agreed to send a corps of Instructors to Kentucky each year durjng the' fair to deliver lectures dealing with the problem of health. PRIZE WINNERS' PARADE ONE OF BIG FEATURES Livestock, in Bedecked Ribbons, March Around Pavilion to De- - " light of Audience. PERRY'S VICTORY ON ERIE TO BE DISPLAYED IN FIRE when the representative of Loss of Time means Loss of Pyrotechnic Art, Someof Pay. thing Absolutely New, Will Be Kidney trouble and the ills it breeds Seen at Kentucky mean lost time and lost pay to many a State Fair. working man. M. Balent. 1211 Little Fenna, St., Streator, I'll., was so bad From the amusement standpoint alone, as divorced from the mora bp. from kidney and bladder trouble that he rious or the educational end, the Ken- could not work, but he says: "I took tucky State Fair of 1911 will make a Foleys Kidney Pills for only a short big hit Amusements of a character time and got entirely well and was soon which will not give offense, but which able to 0 back to work, and am feeling still are up to the minute, have been well and healthier than before." Foloy contracted for, and it will be to laugh Kidney Pillsa are tonio in notion, quick good friend to the working every minute while, the visitors are in in results man woman who suffers from Kidney the proper section. The marshalling ills. or Foley Kidney Pills will check tho into a band or several big, clumsy progress of your kidney and bladder is an entirely new and divert trouble and heal by removing the cause. ing feature from a pleasure standpoint Try them. For sale by Stockton & Tne Whirling Lunette Sisters will make Son. the average person dizzy in a very few Real Estate. minutes and their gyrations are a All persons desiring either to sell or The combination feature known as purchase land or other property or to the "Loop the Loop" and the "Gap the make rentals of same will find it to their Gap," one of the most thrilling feats interest to place the same with me as I ever attempted anywhere, is certain to draw thousands daily to tho scene am a member of the National Realty Co., of Washington, with ride. The head-oof this dare-devcollision between two monster engines, agents throughout the United States, each weighing ;40 tons, will provide Mexico'and Cuba. Also my services as sensations enough to last a week. The auctioneer may be secured by calling on two engines are started towards each me at my residence, No. 200 Third St., other on a track and permitted to Richmond, Ky. S. E. Scott. crash in front of the grand stand. f22-t- f Kentucky's Commissioners. The pyrotechnic displays will draw both old and young as if by magic, as the features arranged for this year will be certain to please. In this instance the state fair management has not been sparing of money as it decided that it were better to have none unless Triumph ts il n A Rare Beauty every gem in cur line collection of jewels is, and their rich color and brilliancy and unique and exquisite setting make them fit gifts or a Queen. We have everything Isaac Hamburger & Sons, America's Premier Custom Tailors, BALTIMORE, MARYLAND, wiill be here with their magnificent display of Merchant Tailoring Goods for the coming season. ' . Fit guaranteed. J. S. STANIFER, 1RIICHMOND, KENTUCKY. 1 i and Diarrhoea Remedy. It is almost (Copyright. 1911. by Joseph B. Bowlesj certain to be needed before the summer Burnam's lnsuranco Aeency. Don't Mr Fanner Make yoar home as modem for yonr family as a city ret is over. This remedy has no superior. Suppose your property should wait. 4mm awl place yoereeM in a position to set the latest market quotations at For sale by Stockton & Son. See us. Phone 707. burn any tltiM. TMs sab be accomplished by means ef our telephone eerviee, when tj For Sale. at4 yew neighbor cam pet for a shbi that is swatl compared with the ben-cl- ts women, are Store people, received. Oall or address oar nearest ofllce or write direet to headquarters . Some extra fine seed wheat at $1.00 suffering from men and and bladder kidney regarding our special "Farmers' Line' per bushel. Kasbvftte. TeBBessee. for information troble than ever before and each year II. P. McCord & Son, more turn lor quick relief and r ite II at present ye are not enjoying telephone service, we can immediately permanent benefit to Foley's Kidney Oar lines cover tbe States ot Kenteckv. Tennessee, Mississlpu Red House, Ky. Merest uemcqy, whicn has proven nscli to be Iwislana and the Sea them portion ef Indiana and Illinois. Baby won't .suffer fiivo minutes with ono of the most effective for kidney and bladdor nilmnnts that medical science S'AST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE CO., Incorporated I croup if you apply Dr. Thomas Eclcc- - has devised. For sale by Stockton & lie Oil at once. It acts like magic. Rural Telephones ye. the British navy, bungled a battle and was shot for It. In 1756 he was sent with his squadron to protect a British station on the Island of Minorca, In the Mediterranean. He came to an engagement with the French fleet, but managed his vessels very poorly, and the French wero victorious. When news of the defeat reached England there was a great outcry. The admlratwas brought home and tried by court martial. The court found him guilty of not having done his utmost to win the battle, but acquitted him of cowardice and recommendand disaffection ed him to mercy on that accpunt But there was a stringent law at that time which prescribed death PI negligence oh the part of an admiral, and the king decided not to InterByng, fere with the verdict however, was not without friends Many people and defenders. believed the government Itself was at fault In not furnishing equiphim with an adequate ment of men and ships, and made him a scape-goa-t for Ita own His trial and execution made a deep Impression on the public mind, and doubtless led to a modification of the law. The admiral met his death bravely, but It was needless cruelty to shoot hVn on a ship he had formerly short-coming- that is new and novel in pins, at prices that are remarkable for their low figure rings, ear screws and drops F. JT. YEAGER The Wonder of the Age How Bill Ledford sells goods so cheap. When in town don't fail to see the new Buy it now Xow is the timo to buy a bottle of Chamberlian Colic, Cholera na of-tne- 3-- tf What has always been one of the most interesting of all the. features in connection with the Kentucky State Fair was the grand parade of prize winning livestock around the ring in the pavilion building. This feature is to be given more attention this year than ever. It will be started at two o'clock on the afternoon of Friday, September 15. This parade Is an imposing one, not alone from the amount of money by the premiums, but because of tho great amount represented In the value of all the winners combined. The slow moving, ribbon bedecked cat tle seem aware of their commercial Importance as they trudge around the ring, while the sleek, carefully groom-e- d horses of high degree prance along as if mpre than Conscious of their grace and breeding. Collie dogs, running and barking at the crack of the whips of their masters, ponies and costly sheep and hogs, all combine to make' a show equal to any presented during the week. It is a source of pride to those who own the prize winners and a stimulus to others to enter their stock in future competitions. 5, 10 and 25 Opposite Elder's. 5 cents you can buy many items cent Store Divorce Courts Get a Hard Blow every time a young couple start home of their out life with own. The home ts the best intermediary, known for those little differences that we are apt to arise in the course of even the best regulated families, because of the mutnal interest it holds for both. Again tin) home comes in as "the backbone of the Nation" Guess Roosevelt Thetedore knew what he Mas talking about .ohT It certainly behoovps every family to give this question and, there will never fctfa better timji than right now to begin. Lumber is plentiful, and the price is keeping with the quality at leasi; it's the way in our yard and vfe don't believe it will ever be any, cheaper. We've got some good Jieas about modest homes that we'll give you free 'if you'll come it when ready to build., We are headquarters for 5, 10 and 35 cent gcxxK that ordinarily sell far a dime. I' cents you get values worth up to a quarter. We have ever K Enameled Ware, Tinware, Imported China, Glassware, Wlr:, Brushes, Cutlery, etc., and every price marked ta plain ngures. household goods here and SAVE MONEY it be the1 best. Kentuckians should be especially In terested in the graphically spectacular display of the Victory on Lake Erie, as Gov. WIHsoa has already appointed commissioners from this state to the centennial celebration in 1912. Other beautiful and impressive fig ures shown in fire will be produced Com nightly by the pany of Rochester, N. Y., with which concern the contract has been made. Pyrc-Spectacu-ar l 5, 10 and 25c Store 239 W. Main Street, McCann Building Big Prices For Hides We have enlarged our wai'ehouse and can handle all the Tallow, Wool, Rags, Bones, Gin seng and Feathers that you bring. Remember we pay the highest prices. We buy HiuYs Rubber and all kinds of metals and scrap iron. Bring what you have I HAVE FOR SALE THB Son. Betsy's Pointers have never seen a woman had w with good sense-bu- t beauty enough to make highly agreeable. If you wish to see faces light up with joy and satisfaction just drop in among the customers at TOO MUCH LOVE Too much love for fun, frolic and rich food causes stomach, liver, kid' ney 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 one week. To prove our remedy, while they last, regular size Domes only Z5c at.... STOCKTON & SON, Druggists may 31 3mo Now is the lime of year to feed your fowls a good tonic. cures Cholera, .Roup, Gapes, Canker and Lim berneck. when fed as a preventative it not only keeps them healthy, but makes them lnv. Prion V Vn f!nr No Pav. Guamnfppfl hvvnnr rimiirctxt. Stockton & Son. Try it under the guarantee. Ask for booklet on disease of poulyy. Ri-11-- "I Best Braces for fences, Water Tanks, etc., and any kinJs Repairs for all kinds of Machinery. o1 New Tailoring Shop J. B. Stoulfer has reopened a first class shop. Suits made Over to ordermade at home by experiened Tailors. J. 000 samples to select from. Cleaning; and Pressing by M. RICHMOND WIDES Phone 363 KENTUCKY Lackey & Todd Telephone 62 Tailors. George Marischen, Cutter The Home of Low Prices and Square Dealing ' BEAR IN MIND That our grocery is one of th& 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 ctfderyand you will always b a customer. : Opera House Building There's No Place Like Also large line of ready made Clothing IHats, and Furnishing Goods at reduced7 -- price. - - : : f cure was permanent. Hon. S. W, Matthews, Comwissipner Labol Stalls tics, Augusta;.Mo. "Doan's Oniment cured me of eczema that had annoyed me a long' time. The f9 I JMCHlSm Repeating Shotguns UIID IN THE U. The U. S. Army authorities know a gun; that iiwhj', when tky decided to equip some troops Wis-eheat- To dd-I- f wards Lumber Co. S. ARMY. STOUFFER. 222 West Main Street. If you are.golng to have a party have Kicci make your brick cream in that " delicjous manner. tf Dan Brock, fire, lightning, cyclone and live stock insurance. tf Fire, LHe, Accident And Health Insur ance. The very best old line Companie f, S. Broadtlur. Act. 'SeruktM the bdweta. n'romntM easv. natum mwwU; eure coastiptAtoif G C Sale & Co rjbuycrs ot cad WHofcihec Urnbc, aad catlvj m at the Gn- cmoatt Union Stock Yarck. Cottttfffl your tack to them and receive rh Mffccst market prices Are the larf est. a around ori- - W. frk7 t 11AM JV kr.v O yl ik with rspting shotguns, they selected the in preference to all other makes. TK ijnr of th UiS. Ordnance Board aIo tme a gua that's why, alter submitting a Winch-t- er Repeating Shotgun to all sorts of teats, tfcy proneimced it tmfe, strong and simfit. I f you want a shotgun buy the on who reliability lad. the U. S. Army strength antlKintiM to Mleet it and the U. 8. Ordnance Beawl to intern it that's to Wi : r :" ' : : sf, sd D. B: McKipey E. Main 5treet Successor to Tate & Soa THE RELIABLE R EPEATE RS Norris. f Telephone 35