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RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 6. 1911 1 When you want Printing and don't know how it should be done consult us NUMBER 12 il 38th YEAR i Tobacco Brings More Money than all Other Crops In The State In 1863. According to Col. R. It. Perry, editor of the Winchester News, who is one of the best on historical events, there was aheavy frost on August 30th, 18G3. Ho says: "There was but .little tobacco grown in Central Kentucky then, but all the crop then growing was killed. vegetame and all other zrowin" stuff suffered the same fate. "We do not anticipate a repetition of 1803. but the sudden drop of tho temperature to 00 degrees reminds usof it." To New Castle. Jones went to New Castle, Henry county yesterday wl)ere ho wilattend the annual meeting of the Kentucky Jailer's Association. W. S. Fitzgerald, jailer of Boylo county, is President of the orgization. The nro gram contains topics for discussion that win be of interest to the State Conor ally as well as to the jailers, such ques tions as lynching, the handling of mobs and better sanitary conditions in the prisons. President W. S. Fitzgerald, of Danville; Vice Prosldont Georse H. Mitchell, of Now Castle: Secretary h. auilUns of Winchester and Chair man Of ttlV Exeautlva Cnmmiftnn .Tnhn P. pflanji, ofXoqisville, in combination With the other ofllaers. have made this one of the influential organizations of the State, mutually holpful to the prison Keepers in the better disoharce of their amies, N. B. i L. R. BLANTON, AND RETAIL Jailer Throw Out The Line Give the Kidneys Help and Many People Will Be Happier. "Throw Out tho Life Lino" The kidneys need heln. They're overworkedcan't $;et the poison tillered out or the b ood. They're getting worse every minute, Will you help them? Doan's Kidney Pills have brought thousands of kidney suffers back from tho verge of despair. Read this case: of Kentucky. According to Census Director Durand, of Washington, tobacco is the greatest money producer per acre. The leading crops or the State for 1900 ranked in order of valuation wore: Corn 50,448,- 000; tobacco, $30,SC9,000; hay and forage, $10,300,000; wheat, 83,812,000; potatoes, g2.784.000, and oats, ?,?I8,000. From 1809 to 1003 corn increased 117.r 083 acres, or 3 per cent. Starting with 3,021,170 acres in 1879, corn fell by 1839 to 2,930,332, rose by 1899 to 3. 319,257, and again by 1909 to 3,430,340. uence, during the thirty-yea- r period corn has made but slight increase. The total yield in 1909 was 83.338.034 bushels: thfl average yield per acre, tflfl average value per acre $24.70. For the decade ending 1909. tobacco showed an increase of 81,990 acres, or 22.1 per cent. Starting with 220.120 acres in 1879, tobacco rose by 1889 to 274,587. fo 384,805 by 1899, and again to 409,795 by 1903. The total yield in J909 was 393.485,301 pounds; the averace yield per acre 843 pounds; the avorago value per acre ?84.8?. 3-- THE STEARNS 8t Coal, Feed, Salt, Sand, Lime, Rock. OLD DOMINION PORTLAND CEmENT MATTRESS FOSTER IMPORTANT TO KNOW WHATSlNSIDETHE Common Colds Must be Taken Seriously I and All Kinds of Plaster Material. Cor. Main and B. Streets Telphone 85 N. V. WH ITE The Old Reliable Dry Goods Man Just a Reminder We want you to remember that you can get the best SUMMER FABRICS for the least money A hint to wise is syfficen: tje N, V, WHITE Main Sfreet, below first RICHMOND For unless cured they sap thp vitality p:i.Q Mrs. T S VA.ta. "Haw and lower the vital rpsistanpo to more Lancasto", Ky.. says: serious infection. Protect your children I IPO! irrntnrnl tn TVianV Yl.lna. and yourself by the prompt use of Pills for the benefit they have brought Foley's Honey and Tar Compound and hnrLr wne varv lamn in I11V fnmilv. note its quick and decisive results. For and there was a constant naln at the coughs, colds, croup, whooping cough, oaseor my spine. Doaifs Kidney Pills bronchitis and affections of tho throat, went at once to tho root of my trouble chest and lungs it is an pver ready and and entirely relieved mo. Another valuable remedy. Remember the name, membftr nf m v fnmilv wna ltht.raii K. Foley's Kidney Remdey. Foley's Honey and Tar Compound and attacks of lumbago and at tinc.es the (Liquid) refuse substitutes. Tho back was so weak and lama tlint wnlL--. ypjjoiy papkago. Sfockton &. Sqn. Is a great medipine of proven value for ing was difficult, Doan's Kidney Pills umii uiwiu nnu curonic Kiuney anu brought relief in this case ju-- t as quickhladdpr ailments and for annovinir ly as they did in mine. 1 have not the Won Premiums, Urinary irregularities. It is especially slightest hftsitntinn in npnmmftnfllni Sirs. Qeorgo II. JTyers, of this city, recommended to elderly people for Us Doan's Kidney Pills, as I know thoy wonderful tonio .and reconstructive uvn up 10 an ciaims mauo ior tnem. Won many blue ties at the Nicholasville For Sal hv nantc fair last wosk on her delicious oakos qualities, and tho permanent relief and Postor.Milhnrnnil r)p.l1or Prino .1ft Vml.' Pn Itntroln and presorves. 3r' Coleinan Nefl se wimiiuri. ji gives mom.ra, ij, aicuonneu sole agents for the United States, N. Y.. says W uatnerinpst.. Elm pqred seyerarijlue ties oij his. AYhlte Fjvo bottles did tho work for me most uumuraoer me name uoan s acutako Plymouth Rock chickens and Edoar effectively and beyond doubt Foley's no other. Kidney Remedy is the most reliable As USUallv treated, a snrninml nnfcln Dpfy won njqro than Itfs share of tho first Kiuney medicine ever made." Stock Cobb Appointed. great string of show ton 4 Son, will disable a man for three or four premiums wtb his weeks, but bp nnnlrincr rihiimhnrlniu'c" horses. Madison countv nlwnvs ifm Mr. Jesse Cobb has been appointed bv . r tz uiueuieiiL jrueiy us soon as ine injury J5 the best qf oyerytlilng sh.e gqos after, the State Democratic Committee as , Get Ready. anif ouseryipg ine directions, Campaign Chairman for the county of with each bottle, a cure can bo effected Tho Caldwell nish School, the Nor aiauisonand no better selection could in from two to four davs. For sain liv .. Due, " u mal and the Model and tho different be made. Mr. Cobb will call a meeting atocKpsn & bon. Yqur H?os for the year 1911 are now prlvato sohools of tho oity will begin at onco of the party workers and make Burnam's Insurance Aconcv. Wo in my hands for oqllection. Coma Within the next fow davs and oneo such appointments for each tireclnct insure tobacco in Iho field, flatps injearly and avoid the rush, s well as again tho boys and girls will have begun that wilf insure an increased Democratic saving the penalty, by prompt payment. a year oniard study. Everything is in choap. 11 majority this fall. Mr. Cobb is one of u, a, iiot'ord. Sheriff. Mi readiness in all the schools for the open the best posted men in this countv on ing. Supt. Bridges will be the new fac the political situation, and knows just .... . w -- wv Mw.f v ii iiuv VVUVIIV, UUt at the Caldwell High School, having how to handle the reins as a campaign Doan's Iteffulets'irave lust thn been chosen to succeed Supt. Coates. chairman. desired. They act mildly and regulate The Board of Education selected Mr. the bowels perfectly."-Geor- se B. TYir hntvnl nnmnloinlc in tiiWt.in n 1 Krause, 300 Walnut Ave., Altoon'a, Pa. Bridges after araroful investigation of You fril'A many applicants for the place and it WA.VS S - Hhnm . Kalinin (Vl! - PUaTam vn i". VW'' believes the schools here have a number Anil Minrrlino!! RomoHv anil oct. ri Changed His Mind. iHfiu eiec a ure nu nw one man at the head. reduced with, wa.tpr a.n.d 'sweetw Sheriff D ve McCord has been so an noyed by his friends wanting to be the You prescribe, a b,etter rencdj:. Fox sale hy Foley. Kidney Pills. lirst to ride in his new auto that he has cancoiled the ordor and declares now i Will reach your individual case if you Married ' W- - W. Broaddus v Ca, have excellent wij stick to the good ofd os8' an,d have, any fornj of kiflney 9 bder. Withes, ior storage Bring in your nervousness, WwVfii attf fc.aeWh.e. wheat. 0. a.oiq ,ansm, poisoning, or Hring the fmiy and, Great Adva.n.ta.ge. tq Wgrfc- - ifregimF and painful kidney aotlon. liefoFe yon reach the limit of physical et us make an artiendurance, and while your condition is ing Hen. ste group still curable, take Foley Kidney Pills. J. A. 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It is now n pleasure to , Try it la," cold milk work where it used to be a misery. nesday he discovered his fine saddle Foley Kidney Pills have cured me and mare with her neck broke. The entire All DRUGGISTS have ny highest praise." loss will aggregate nearly 8000. TO INSURE It EST, MATTRESS YOU GET THAT IS HEALTHFUL & COMFORTABLE m V, tcjjL-iyuu- '7 "' vv . Taes Stearns & 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. Stearns & Fofter Mattresses are made of clean, sanitary cotton; felted into hundreds of little weEs. forming many springy, buoyantjayers. standing nearly three feet high. These layers are then laid by hand and compressed to of their original height and encased in the ticking; then tufted to juit the proper tension, so as to be soft, yet firm, half yielding to your figure, yet supporting it in perfeel relaxatone-six- th ion.. EXTRA CHARGE. Made in the beit qualities of Satin Finish, duftproof tickings WITHOUT y Haven't Been Photographed Since the Year Were Four Grades of Superiority Anchor. $10.50 Windsor. $13.50 Lenox. $16.00 Style A. $22.50 When you buy a Stearns & Foiter you get the befl Mattress value offered. Come in today and ask to see these exceptional Mattresses. We'll gladly show them. A positive guarantee on every Mattress. A Stearns & Fofler is a very Comfortable and Economical Mattress to buy. :tf 1 j. a 1 OLDHAM & LACKEY Undertaking a Specialty Dav Telephone 76 Night Telephone 136 W.S.O. K.O. L. 1 - 229 1 I? j WE SELL MAY MANTON PATTERNS 10 CENT5 EACH HUSTLING CASH STORE ARE YOU : INVITED-WHE- N &J WE SELL MAY MANTON WILL YOU COME PATTERNS 10 CENTS EACH TO SEE OUR : DISPLAY : OF : FALL : MERCHANDISE? Shoes! I? Shoes- !- Shoes! Re-- 4 Everything NewUp to Now! We want and lower in price for quality, than ever. to show you a brand new line of Elite and King Gar- merits Company's Coats, Suits and Skirts from Men's & Boys' Clothing! We want to show you the greatest values in Men's and Boys' Clothing and Overcoats, we have ever been able to secure. We defy all competition tn Irs All Kinds. All Sizes. All Prices. The-new- -. est lasts, and more of them than ever. member of we make good, every pair Shoes for Men, Dittenhofer Shoes for Ladies, and Buster Brown and Blue Ribbon Shoes for Boys and Girls that fail, through any fault of leather or workmanship, to give ..... . J.E. Tilt $10 TO $30 " on $10 AND $15 'We want to show you the largest assortment of ' Infants and Misses Coats you have seen in " -- satisfaction. A trial pair is all we ask & and a customer is assured to us. this--city- . . Prices ranging from TO $7.50 r Suits and Overcoats for men; also $3.50 and $5.00 Suits and Overcoats for Boys. We are showing big values in Corduroys, Kerseys, etc, for every day use from $7.50 to $10. Be sure to see them before making a purchase. to You are invited When will you come? Goods,. want to show you our, :arrayk of 'Waistings, Girighams 'Percales, Outings, ect., etc. -- In fact, we want to show you what you want in any line. . . ooo4to YOU ARE INVITED WHEN WILL YOU COME ? Corner First Hamillon Brothers & Main Richmond, Kentucky m THE FAIR GROUNDS, THREE BIG DAYS AND NIGHTS. This is your Fair, COUNTY FAIR September T, 8 and 9, 1911. RICHMOND, M ADISON Are you going to help make it a success? KY. BETTER Exhibition ring unexcelled. For catalogue or any information, Address DAVE McCORD, President. Mermen's and Colgates Talcum Powder G. D. Corsets where failures are unheard of, where there is plenty of rain, where our farmers are In a prosperous condition, on account of being able to market money producing crops nine months of the year, where grass will sustain two head of stock per acre, where there is a delightful climate and school facilities are unsurpassed is where we are located and art locating many from other sections of the country on farm; where the price is reasonable and terms easy or To The People. If you would have two of the best days of your life take your wife and children to the Reunion of the Blue and grays. In 1801, they were called Yanks and Robs. They meet at tho Green Broaddus Camp, at Winston, Septem her 22, and 23rd, 1011. Come see both flags wave that brave mon surrendered thoir lives for. Come see the o'd boys perhaps for the last time. 12-A. J. Tharp, Mgr. As oxecutor of tho late W. T. Barnes, J. S. CRUTCHER, Secretary. n ti rustic Sale 5 the undersigned will on In the Heart of The Great Fruit and Truck Bell Wednesday Sept. 20th, 1911, sell at auction on the premises about 5 miles west of Richmond on the county J road leading from the Crutcher pike to "J Newb3 the tract of land gowned by the said Barnes at his death, containing A about 115 acres of land. On thts land is ! a comfortable residence, a No. 1 good i stock and tobacco barn, nnd other nec- - J essary one or the best cis-- 1 "J terns in thn CmintV nnil ltna fruit trooe The farm is in a good state of cultivation! : Jv una piemy oi siock water, and is a very t desirable home At the same timo anil nlncr T ivtlt coll one family horse, 1 buggy, a new set of iiitniess, a learner oeu, Doister and pillows, some bed clothes, one trunk, a hand grip, one plow, two sets of block and tackles, onn slod nnn iltrrcnr n l!rt SllOVel.. a lot Of CarnontRN tnnlt nanrH' I vww ..WH..T now; and a few other articles of personal i paopeny. sate begins al 10 o clock A. M ierms made known on day of sale. Y. L. CnUTCHEK, Tt!TflAittnF nf W " 'T " Hn,n&c Long Tom Chenault, Aucf 3t THE, 5TFJ3ER LANE CO., Tyler. Texas. m Your Confidence We have got the biggest "Cinch" and "Pull" of any dealer in town when it comes to selling Quality Merchandise, and u tell you in all contidence Buy Quality No Matter What Ycrj t j. r wny ray. ti mere is always a reason ...i ci iuciraui ci iiuurcini V Now is the Time lo buy something for almost nothing. In order to make room for fall goods, we will tor the next two weeks sell all our f 5 t BAKING POWDER Absolutely Pure The only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar NO ALUM NO LIME PHOSPHATE visiting Mrs. Thomas Marshal at Red House. Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Jasper, of Piano, Texas, are the guests of the family of Dr. T. E. Jasper. Dr. and Mrs. Smoot are spending a week with relatives in Maysville. They motored thru. Mr. William E. Dudley, a former Madison county boy, residing at Waco, who has been in Old Mexico for several years, is back on a visit to relatives. He is a brother-in-laof Mr. Jonah Wagers. Mrs. W. W. Broaddus is quite sick at her home on North street. Her many friends will bo sorry to learn of her continued illness. Mrs. Juno Samuels and Mrs. Carl Lehman both of Cincinnati are .visiting Mrs. Lehman's sister, Mrs. Jack. Adams on Tates Creek rood. Miss Sallio Ellis, of Sumpter, S. C, is tho guest of tho family of Col. John A. lliggins on becond strcot. Mr. and Mrs. John Land have moved to tho Smith property next to postoflice recently purchased by them from Jlrs. Claude Smith. Mrs. K. G. Wiggins is very ill at her homo on Third St., which will bo unpleasant news to her many iriends. Miss Mary Louise Deatheragc is visit ing in Frankfort. Mrs. Clarence II. Vaughn is visiting her sister, Mrs. Frank Walton in Allens- ville. Mrs. Thomas Covington was another Richmond woman, who won a premium display at the in the Nicholasville fair. She was first with her peach preserves. Mrs. William II. Jackson, of London, has announced tho engagement of her daughter Miss Katherine, to .William Franklin French, of Madison county. The date for the nuptials is September ll 12th. The groom is a son of Mrs. liam French and has been traveling for some time. He is well known and universally likod in this section. The many friends of Mr. Chenault Willis will be grieved to learn that he is in Dr. Sattler's hospital, Cincinnati, undergoing an operation with the hope that it will save him from total blind ness. Mr. Willis lost an eye sometime ago, and recently his other one became affected. The hurried removal of the bad eye it is thought will protect the other one. Mr. Willis is a son of Mr. Joe Willis, and was reared in this county. lie is a- - nephew of Miss Ann DeJarnett. Mrs. C. M. Forbes is w ROYAL Hyomeifqr Catarrh World's From Cocaine, Opium Greatest Remedy-Fre- e j and All Habit Forming Drugs' t "Clothes 6 .9 5 Muslin Underwear at a Great Reduction Come in and see our low prices, for seeing is believing, and don't this sale is for Cash Only OWEN McK EE Butterick Patterns See Our Bargain Counter I lie KIC llll - U - LI lllla A. - Slve K. Taught rUIUSKQI ETERT WEMBUT ST THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO (Iaeorpor&ted.) ,A. W. Kirby SiUt wih his fighting band of I Confederates net te route the Yankees I with iwioe their number and drove Editor tbem lrom the BiR HJn ovor the Ken lucky river clilfs into Lexington, where demoraliMd aiHt wounded, they wc able te find rUe. PERSONALS 1. MUkr 0. White Heater el KCNTWIcr PR6 ASSWtWtelt EteHTH BKTHOT PtrBOSRERS Altoraev .Tames Deaner. of Lexington, Pres. sad Mgr. was in the city today on local business. Sec'y-TreThe many frieads of llr. Owen F. Taylor, the venerable father of Assessor s. lEAWC (EBIGE $1.0 FEB YEAB IK ADVAN0E WIBRKH9DA.Y SEP. We are alMrtBod iwumt Cltkk IUtbuhk a wminc for Jullar ef com)', whjoct t die actkm of tiw Mm-lM- f liemocratfc party. We FOR CITY COUNCIL. for lit JMliMi of swbieot Destocnitie party. We are awthwiae to nnnnno T. T. (XvnWKasa onnaMntc for Couoeil-ma- c the Dsmo-craiisubject to the mUm party. We are authariaoa to mwwm Tai.t S Tooo as a oanaMnle tar Q subject to the action of tfee Damcoratic Kv ouncilman, a kkktt mrmt as tM are auUioriwoa n. Editor "Jimmy" Sowers, of the Nich- - Capt. C. B. Brittatn with his wife We are authariaoa to ananee W. T. olasville Catling Gun, was in the city spent the summer on board his ship on Vaughn a amwltinto for Ooanrttmrni lo Saturday and Sunday with friends. He. the coast of Maine. Misses OIlio Baldwin represent ttie Bast Bud IVaainet, subis making the Uatling uun a rea noi and Madge Burnan paid them a visit, DmocraUc ject to the MliH ef the reform sheet and is meeting with great returning home about two weeKs ago. primary. dpt. Brittain sailed yesterday for the success. West Indies. Mrs. Untlain is expectea We are au'liwiaed to aamuMe Robt. Miss Gladys Perry left Saturday to home this week. '.olden a candidate for Cauueiluiaii to resume her school at Guthrie. represent CBhreraky Praetuct. subject The Great Egyptian Reptile to the action ef the I)ioeratte primary Thirty Five. Dr. Jas. Walker, of Greenville, Miss., Dancer, is visiting the family of W. W. Watts. We are authorised to auwowee E. II. Chief Allman and his assistants, Bvbee a candidate for Cowteilcaaa te Mrs. James Dunlop left Sunday to Messrs. Powers and Potts havo killod represent East Ed Preoieet, subject to thirty five worthless canines since tho join her husband in New York. the aettoa of the Democratic primary. order of Mayor Rice has been, posted Perry and Miss Madge notifying all -- owners that dogs not Mrs. H. L. We are authorised to auaouuee Emii WILli BE AT THE to their muzzled or housed would be killed. Hart have returned from a visit Loriseh a candidate for Council mas to sister, Mrs. Henry White in Atlanta. represent East End Precinct, subject to The recent mad dog scare has brought to the aotien of the Democratic primary. about much precaution among the Mr. rod Mrs. Alex. Denny are spend people and all stray dogs from now on We are authorized toaaeounoe and Tomorrow Night ing the week in Garrard county with will not DO auowca to remain long Kennedy a oaadidate for Councilman the family ot Jir. uenny s iamer. within the city. to represent university I'reoiw, saoin her great dance with reptiles. Don't Mrs. Taylor, of Kansas City, is guest jeci to the aeUoa of the Democratic pri fail to witness her Lanmary. of her sister. Mrs. John Pates on West Went North. B. Barnes will return from caster avenua. Rev. E. "We are authorized to announce Joha Mr Fletcher West was called to Egyptian Love Daace, B. Sexton a aaadidate for Councilman Uustonvillc the latter part of the week Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Grider have re attend a demon to represent UntvorsUy Precinct, sub were he has been engaged in a scries turned from Estill Springs and have Detroit last week E.to M. F. automobile Snake Charmer Daace, ef special services, and will occupy the taken rooms at Mrs. Cinda Karr's on stration by the jeat to the acUoa of the Domoorotic Manufacturing Company, in order to nuhw. at the Christian cnurcn next High street. Serpeat ol The Nile Dance, Regular fully acquaint its numerous agents Sunday at the usual hours. Temptation ol Eve Daace. Mrs. Douglas Parrish have with every little detail used in making Mr. and serviees will bo resumed. moved to Beattyville to make their one of these great machines. Mr. West The Lexiagtoa papers are urging the Mr. R. N. Swisher, undertaker at home. Mr. Parrish agent auu uis ojiibuw! weio is tno establishment of a plant ia Central Ken Ohlham & Lackey's, has returned from office with Gourley &will be in the law paid tolocal from Detroit. He extended nn LADY CARMEN appeared in :he Gourley. and tucky fer the manufacture of tobacco a vacation-spen- t at his home in Mich invitation to tne. great r.. m. r . com same dance before tho Rajah of Egypt, Mary Sullivan returned Saturday pany Miss products. Riohmeed will have eae igan. Mrrswisher claims it has Deen and employers to auena tne at the capital of Alexandria, and was - from a delightful site seeinit trip East. soon, M the ideas of several leading toe ookl to be comfortable in the north- While away she visiteu Atlantic uuy, Ureal fiiauison county iair uus wkbk, highly praised. Only two performances. an overcoat. but they were forced to decline on ac growers ef the oouaty Is carried out. era climate without New York and Washington. Popular prices. count of this being their rush season. Prof. E. C. McDougle will go to and this has beea advanced so far as to Mr. and Mrs. Lorris Soper of Danville. The Paintsville this week, where he will were here from Saturday until J. uesuay, THirohase a site sear the depot. Johnson county Teachers the guest of the family of Mr. U. F, wide awake growers ef thtseouaiy have conduct the Institute. Soper. .been loolnaff late the matter for some Mr. S. W. Zarins is considerably im Miss Lizzie Wherrett. of New Orleans, tnae and they have deotded te risk their 4jp -very serious sick spell Js visiting her sister. Mrs. Martha Haley canUal. As told exofasively in the proved after a .. . r ,trt M. last week. on rnira street, juss AJNJNUAJL OMinax seraetlme age, those mea are many warm person Mrs. John B. Alloa, of Carlisle, is ex- - known horn and has and have received requests 'determined al friends who are always glad to wel a visit to her from all over the country for stock rtected this week forJ. W. Zaring. come her home. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Madisonvwill get the The farmers ot Mrs. John Gibson, of Washington, D. Mrs. Dr. Reynolds of Mt. Sterling, is first call, and it k vorj-- likely that little here for a visit to her mother, airs. C, is the guest of Mrs. D. M. Phelps. eutside money, if aay, wiM be taken ia. Poyntzatthe Giyndon. Mr. G. G. Moseley, Assistant Auditor R. R. Co., Indian There is no reason why suoh a plant Mrs. Erskine Garland, of Huntington, Lake Frie & Western oy his wile, are eeuld not be located ia Lexington, also, W. Va.. and children, returned home apolis, accompanied visiting his sister, Mrs. H. F. Barker on cwaed aad operated by the Burloy Tuesday after a visit to,relatlves here. Moberly avenue. SEPTEMBER 11, 12, 13, 14, beiL The tobacco grown ia this county 16, 1911. Father O'Dwyrc, of SL Mark's church Mrs. Wharton McGall. of Nashville, weald furnish enough material Lo 1;eep west to Winchester uunuay aiternoon, who has been the guest of her aunt a large force busy and the raw stuff wtinrn he assisted Father Iiillenmeir ia Miss Carrie Farley left Tuesday for her -'would be ricbt here at our door. It the Fortv Hour Devotion services. He home. evening wiH bring thousands of dollars here occupied the pulpit at the --THRILLING Mr. Terry nagan, who recently sold FREE ACTS DA1LY-- If the trust can buy tobacco on the services. his farm and purchased an Interest in RACING - - LIVE STOCK SHOW--FIN- E family left Thut Mr. Creed Gott and Mill, has leased the home local breaks at 5 coats and seH it to the - GOOD MUSIC- Hpndersonville. C, where the East End HORSES coasumers of pipe aad oigareUe at from day for remain indefinitely on account on West Main, belonging to Mrs. Mary -they will CLEAN MIDWAY - EDUCATION- B Clay arid will move to town at once. SO to CO cents, a maaafacloryrhore with of Mr. Gott's hGalth. -- HEAD-ON COLLISION SATURCAY- Mr. Richard Wilson, wife and two the une machinery could sell Jt muck Rev. W. O. Sadler, Conference Evan- sons, who spent the summer with Mr. MOIE CLASSES AND LARGER PREMIUMS THAN EVER cheaper aad realize more-profigelist of the M. E. Church, south, was Wilson's parents, Mr. nd Mrs. Theo in the city last week the guest of Rev. dore Wilson of Moberly returned last For information or catalogue write to He will return for the Fridiy to their home in Indianapolis, P. C. Ever-soleWednesday was the forty-nint- h Last annual Conference which meets here Ind. Gentry Frazier of WJsemaniown, FURRY M. SHY. Secretary, next week. anniversary of the Battle of Richmond (0 grandson of Mr. Theodore Wilson accom No. 320 Paul Jones Building There are many people living hero Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Cheaault have panied them and will make his hom In today who cm reeall most vividly returned from Ml. Clemens, Mich., Indianapolis. party Shelby Taylor, will be grieved lo learn that he is dangerously ill and Hopes for his recovery are grave. Mr. Ymceecio Ricci, the popular caterer, is able to be out again after befcwr eon iiited. to his bed with rheuma tism. Mrs. R. W. Boulware of New Mexico is visitiae her father Dr. William MarOh at Ktegstofi. Mrs. S. E. Combs and daughter. Miss Geneva Kellie, of Jefferson, Okla., are vfeauae Mrs. Oembs mother, Mrs. Hugh Parks at Red House. Judee James Beaton was an interest- hie visitor here court day. He is stop-nia- e over for a short visit to his aged parents at Waco, on route home from 'ewell oouaty, where he has been atteBding court. Mr. and Mrs. John Gibson and guests, are at Crab Orchard, for a few days. Miss Gladys Perry entertained very charmingly last Thursday at the regular meeting of the Young Ladies Bridge Club at her home in llurnamwood. It was a delightful affair. Miss Mary D. Pickets was awarded the trophy. Mrs. Neale Bennett was hostess last Friday at the meeting of the Married Ladies Jlridge. J. E. Oreealeafand family are moving into Mrs. J. Speed Smith's cottage on Welt Maia street, and Mrs. Smith will go to the country to ue witn iter Miss daughter, Mrs. George Phelps. MarjEaretta bmitli has taken rooms with Mrs. Nannie Douglas on Oak St. Mrs. John Shackelford, of Columbus, Ohio, formerly Miss Louise Kauffman, of Lancaster, has been hero for several days the guest of Miss Van Greenleaf. Miss Minnie Battorff, the efficient r, at the telephone exchange is ia Gharlestown, Ind., her home, spending a tea days vacation. Mr. Ed Stockton and Miss Jane D. Stockton have returned from a trip to the northern summor resorts. West and little Mr. and Mrs. W. daughter, have beea visiting Mr. and v Mrs. W. II. West at Speedwell. book-keepe- where they have been sojourning for the past three weeks. Miss Tommie West leaves this week for Pineville, to resume her duties in the Pineville city school. Mr. P. D. Ramey and wife, from Carter City, have just moved to Richmond and rented apartments in the McCreary Building. Both Mr. Ramey and wife will attend- - the Normal School during the entire yoar. Mr. E. W. Williams, of Cannol City, has moved to Richmond, having rented properly on Lancaster avenua Mr. Williams brings with him his family. His children will attend the Normal during the entire school year. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Perkins and Miss Prudonco McGullin who have been hero for sovoral days the guests of Mr. and Mrs. John R. Gibson have returned to thoir home in Paris, France. Mrs. Perkins was Mrs. John A. McGullin, stepmother of Mrs. Gibson. Mr. Paul liurnam attended the Frankfort fair last Wcdnosday and was a guest for the fair hop at the Capitol hotel Mrs. T. E. Adams, of Garrard county, was here last week fora few days the guost of Mr. and Mrs. Walkor Burnsidc. Col. Stone Walker, of Louisville, and his attorney Hardin Herr, were here Thursday and Friday on legal business. The many friends of Mr. Walker in his old homo town were glad to seehim looking so woll. Mr-- and Mrs. Wilson Tate arc visiting their daughter, Mrs. George Dully, in Hoopston, 111. Squire J. D. Dykes was in Cincinnati Sunday, the guest of his daughter, Mrs. Hanley Nippert. The many friends of "Cuz" Pleasant Bush Broaddus will rejoice to learn that he is slowing recovery from his recent sick spell. The old Democratic war horse has been bedridden for several weeks. Miss K. V. Schmidt has returned after searching the Queen City for ten days for choice and stylish fall millinery. Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Hill, of Mansfield. Ohio, have been here several days the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. I'. UulDertson. Dr. Ellis, of the Richmond Drug Co., is back at his post of duty after a ten days vacation spent in Dayton. Miss Mary Ella Kindred has returned from London, where she was the guest of the family of Col. W. R. Dillon and attended the fair. Mr. Charles Soper is able to hobble around now after being laid up with a mashed foot, caused by dropping a huge chunk of hard wood on it. Mrs. Mary Shackelford has moved into her new home on East Main street. recently completed. Postmaster Wallace, who purchased the Shackelford home in the new addition is moving in and Miss Mollie Fife will occupy the Wallace home on Lancaster. Ave , hav ing purchased it sometime ago. Start right now, before tho cold weather comes, to kill catarrh germs and get rid of catarrh. Its the best time. Breathe HYOMEI (pronounce it High-o-me- ), B. L. Middleton guarantees it. It is made of Australian eucalyptus, thymol and other antiseptics, and besides destroying tho germs it soothes and heals the sore, raw inembrance and prevents mucus from forming in the air passages. Breathe it a few times a day. It's an easy and pleasant treatment and results are quick and certain. " HYOMEI is guaranteed for catarrh, asthma and catarrh deafness, or money back. A complete outifit including hard rubber inhaler, costs $1.00. Extra bottles if afterward needed cost but 50 cents. don t make the man' but SCHLOSS Garments make you feel like a man Cleaning and Pressing Ladies nnd'ppntlpmpri'srlnlliincr rV-in- . ed and pressed by Mm. G. P. Bradley. 130 Second St. up stairs. Work is of highest order, price low. A trial order s solicted. ll tf Free Free A New Map of FLORIDA. The eyes of tho whole country are on Florida. Tho population increased 50 per cent, in the last decade. and will double in the next opportunities offered to home-seekein a healthful climate,- freo from extremes of heat or cold in Smmer or 'Winter, are dpawing settlers from overy State in tho Union Tbe National Tribune has had prepared a largo and accurate rs t t For j When you et to be worth a couple of million dollars and bu 9 a new airship every now and then, you can then wear u Shabby 5uit occasionally and folks will forgive you as thin forgive rich folks everything, but if you are j'ust an ordinarv man keep yourself looking clean, neat and decent and it w iif get you more than any investment you can make t $15.00 PUBLIC SALE a get along c If you want to merry song. Always sing a there is a suit here for you, and for $20 there is a better one Having decided to move to town, 1 New Map ot Florida will sell at public saloat 10 o'clock a.m., thcLatcst Surveys Ol on the promises, on the Big Hill fiko, compilcd-fro1 mile from town, on the U. S. Government and tho Latest Data of the P. O. Department. 26, 1911, This man. Printed in tlirnn rnlnro nn heavy plate paper 23 by 30 in size will the following, uo seut 10 anyDouy interested. Eigftt extra fine fat work mules: 2 big Free of Cost horses; 3 extra fine milk cows, Jer draft sey, full blood. These are the best but- except tho necessary oxpense of the Send 7 cents to ter cows in the country. 2 Jersoy heif- tube and postage. Tbe National Trlbaiie, ers to bo fresh in December; 2 Jersey Washington. D. C. old Jersey bull, heifer calves; 1 two-yesubject lo register; 1 combined chestnut and the Map will bo mailed to your ad sorrel mare C years old, 1 extra fine dress securely ronea in a strong tube. weanling mule. 45 or 50 hogs and 11 2t shoats, 2 superior drills bran new, 2 Hoosier corn planters bran new and wire check roers, 2 McCormic binders bran new, 1 Champion moving machine, 1 steel hay rake 0 cultivators. Now Departures, 7 breaking plows, Vulcan and Oliver Chilled bran new, 4 two horse Services Reasonable. wagons and beds almost new, 1 four horse wagon, comparatively new, 1 feed sled new, 1 double shovel plow,- - 1 dia- PHONE. 83,or 481, mond plow, 2 disc harrows new. 1 double A harrow, tools of all kinds, including cross cut saws, shovels, hoes, pitch forks, etc. 5 sets of new wagon gears, all complete, 7 or 8 double sets of plow-gea- r, 1 runabout, 1 surrey, 1 hand corn I will sell my half of 100 acres of corn in the shock, to be judged Nov. 1st This is tho best crop of corn, in HAVE YOU SEEN tho county. Also at tho same time anl place, I will sell all of my household and kitchen furniture, including bed room suits, a j lot of nice mahogony tables, hat racks, etc., a lot of nice rugs, new, 25 or 80, all matting; some nice sidesizes; carpets, boards, center tables and extension taj A brand new cook stove, best bles. made, all kitchen utensils, tables, etc. At the same time, I will sell 3,000 feet of oak lumber, and I will rent my unexj When in need of Blacksmithlng in pired time from October 1 to January 1, liouse and grass, which Is paying now any of its branches, Farming imple $50 5 a month. ments. Buggies, Carriages, Wagons, On top of this list there are other Rubber tires &c, get prices from R. E. things too numerous to mention. TERMS Made known on day of sale. f. Miller, Uuion City, Ky. jc LONG TOM CHENAULT. I. M. Doxx. of Danville, Auctioneer. On Ship Board. 5 Tuesday, Sept. to-wi-t: t t 1 Never talk about jour troubles or your wogs. Keep a steady upper lip, Don't forget this splendid tip Buy from us and wear the very best of Clothes. Vacationists find pleasure in wearing our utmost in apparel Hawes Hats in felts and straws, Kneelaud shoes in snappv shapes, and 5chloss clothes in smart styles. Flannels, too. are offered the summer man by JESSE COOB, W. 2. Oldham & Co. Richmond's Greatest Store t General Auctioneering. if 1 Second Annual Sale Mules, Brood Mares, Colls, Cattle and 5heep, at OF 1 flflSSISLLY?DD NUNNELLY'S STOCK YARDS, STANFORD, JCENTUCKY, j The most popular one in the whole country, and justly so. If you haven't seen, we are here to show you. You will be pleasea as many others have been. Wednesday, ATSeptember 6, 1911, SIIAUR BEGINNING 9 O'CLOCK A. M., 1,240 Head oi Mules, Broodmares and Colts, Cattle and Sheep Under wer 100 yards from L. & N. Railroad Station. Sale positive. ponement on account of weather. N" AM HiSr KELLY WONDERFUL! Is several teams 'good show mules as our J. H. Raughman ever showed. All exeept a few r youngest are well broken. This will be a rare opportunity to set an extra te.i mules something to be proud of. And why not have the best? They ar- cheapest in the long run. We look for these mules to sell cheap.qiwlity consul20 COLTS. HORSES AND MULES, 40 DRAFT TYPE BROODMARES, 20 COLORADO AND MONTANA BRANDED MARES. These Brood Mares are the right kind for mules, being the big boned AV mares weighing from 1,100 to 1,000 pounds. Twenty of the largest anil are bred to the great mule jack. Samson, which is the sire ol more su. mules than any jack in the State from his first colts to the present, or for four years in succession. All the other brood mares were bred to a draft horse. Kemember we have all kinds ol mares: big, little, old and young, broke, unbroke, and plenty of them. . 50 MULES 2 TO 3 YEARS OLD 50 All mares except seven: 20 well matched pairs, including 1 Lady: Carmen, RICE & ARNOLD, Opera House, Tonight THE ONE PRICE HOUSE. 50 Forward Weanling Calves; 30 Good Grade Stock Heifers; 10 High Grade Bulls, 1 to 2 Years Old; 100 High Grade Yearlings, weight 600 to 700 lbs.; 100 High Grade weight 700 to 800 lbs 110 High Grade Feeders, weight 900 to 1,000 lbs.; 100 High Grade Feeders, weight 1,000 to 1,100 pounds. Ytar-Hng- s, a These calves are all home raised and bought in Lincoln, Garrard and Bo le ties, and nothing but the very best quality and all good colors were espt bought for this sale. These yearlings and feeders are the best that cu , purchased. We have been since April 1 getting these cattle together tor Hi .s s -- We have COO head of the very best Wayne county stock ewes from 1 too j oars notning over o years old, ana mostly irom - to 4 years otu. -- 600 Kentucky Bred 5tock Lwes. THE NEW- - Kentucky Disc Drills We have just Before buying received a car call-an- d We also have 20 head of extra line Oxford Shropshire SouthdowB'BtKks fr..n. ward lambs 'to four years old. These bucks were bought from the Hei. Baughman- flock, at Dustonville, Ky., and the Granville Cecil flock. Danville, Ky. Some of the latter bucks were imported here from Canada. All these bucks are subject to register. Other particulars on da of This will be an absolute closing out sale to dissolve the firm of Hie BAUGHMAN LIVE STOCK COMPANY. TERMS All sums of $50 and under, cash; over this amount a ijretl months with G per interest from date of sale, purchaser to give a bankable ,1 20 Oxford Shropshire and Southdown Bucks. 1 V s J. H. BAUGHMAN LIVE STOCK CO., KENTUCKY STANFORD, P. S. Beginning promptly al 0:30 a. m., off Sept. 7. 1911. at same place. sell 12S to 120 high-clas- s and business horses and mules. This stuff is all ready. Write for catalogue. Dinner for all both days of sale. , ! x ' ... Digger ana joeaer JNirSTM man iLver m iiierunou 11 load of Kentucky Disc Drills. Kentucky State Fair ...LOUISVIIXE... IS, kt us I'LL BE THERE! - WILL YOU? show you this drill. Only force feed drill on the market. Runs alike up hill and down when the hoprxr is full or almost empty. ,$ Perfectly SUITS : Order Material Guaranteed. Fitted Fit vieroR suits" and only. 5tyle, Made to special See t. . D. B. Shackelford Telephone 33 Haiti Street, West i Co. Mrs. J. A. Moores, 226 Second St., Richmond, Ky. X 7 !---- --- - I I I 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 will be surprised, though, .how rapidly your home becomes attractive with iew things, if you follow this plan of adding something new every No Let Up On Price Cutting .... ' ' ' " ' ' spring. Try It A Splendid Stock of New Up-to-Da- te On Fine Suits 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 Beautiful grays, blues, browns, tans, and splendid- - color mixtures of all kinds; stouts, slims, longs, chunks, and regulars models to fit all men--.pric- ed Furniture, Mattings and Rugs Ready for your selection now. BENN ETT and H f GG I NS UNDER AKING & Co.. do jn tbe t'ltjr f TMeto. Cewitr and I am soliciting a class in piano and ; ; aad that MM firm will piy N'E HCXDBED IMrLLAItS for vocal music, lessons to be given at my t-e : f t J c rtM of Catarrh tbat MBaet be home on North tliO use uf Halla Catarrh Care. street. c For further particulars apply lo Miss Mary Traynor. FKASK J. CnEXET. ;m hetotr ae and wfeerHd la my 12-- 4 ihit 6th ar f ftetmbtr, A. D., ISMS. " CA. W. OLEASON. N&Urr FuttHc :: ' a Catarrh Ow 1 taken tBtrrnallr and : ' lr nMm the Muod aad Kuceui pur-- r The advertisement of Mrs. James A. ai for teattmealala, 3 -- f tlie afatra. Moores appears in this issue. From CO, Trtedo, O. F 3 CHENSr time to : "5 . lower than fine clothing was ever sold before in Kentucky Divided into four . ii.il s :t s? f fVf fltr of T4Ja. Lara Biafcra eatb tbat i bene.T flic firm of F J. Cbwiey Ceantj-- . h Ja a. aealor Music Pupils Wanted. big lots as follows New 5tore. Sd 7Se. riirIlall'a Draw.rMa :.U Famltr for cocatlpaUei. Dr. M. Dunn time Mrs. Moores will have something new to say to her friends and the public generally. Look out for it. our finest Kenton Hand-mad- e 5uits, this season's newest styles, in great variety of beautiful patterns All 15. 1 10.U you take unlimit8 to ed choice of all that sold at $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 For 5ale. At my place, four miles from Valley Specialist In D.seases of EYE. EAR, NOSE ' View, Southdown Bucks, ono and two years old. Call on address, and THROAT Richmond, Ky Luther Davis, 'I r.m BIdg. 12-R. D. 10, Lexington, Ry. HoosHKBBnso WANTED Good "i. azixe requires the service of a Have You Seen "Kelly?" rcsca'ative in Richmond to look after The most popular Shoe in the whole - scrp'ion renewals and to extend country this season for Young men. In -by special methods which blaok :lajon and tan, button and bluchors, .c proten unusually successful. price $1.00 ask to see them, Previous commission. a'v and Rico & Arnold. not essential. r cr.cace desirable, "e time or spare time. Address with '.: Didn't Sell. l rciiLla, J. x Mil vaults, uuuu The D. M. Stevenson property on sekeeping Magtrioa, 8S1 fourth Fiftli street was taken down last Friday 12-? , New York Chy. on account of the low price. It seems s:eW W. BrotuMus & Co. for all as if the real estate business at present " Li :JIs of storage. . in Richmond is on the stand still' Dan Rreck, fire, lightning, eyolono New Boat tf live stock insurance, Supt. Daugherty of the Water Co., Din Breck, Are, lightning, cyclone has just One Left installed 2 .ive stock. tf Lake Reba for a new fishing boat on the use of the general With the death of Curtis F. Moberley corn $4.25 per Wl. by the load. public. It is designed for a fishing boat hero a few weeks ago, it is recalled - .1 your order to and will accommodate eight people. that but ono member of the City Coun ArnoM & Simmwts. tf cil of Richmond for the years 1871 2 New Waon. survives, and that is Mr. W. W. Pigg. os. A. Shallow, Hurst agent fer Ti. The J. W. Zaririg Grain & Mill Co., This council was known hthoso- - days !I ne Insurance Ob. Write me or phone has just received a brand new wagon as Town Trustees and there were five. 151 : Ir 2. Union Oily, Ky. from the Midkiff shops, which was A notable work by this body was the IV my of Oats and all kinds f field built especially for heavy hauling. It laying out of Breck Ave.. High and Oak fas at attractive prices. See us is of special design by Mr. Allen Zaring. streets. It was a corn held and kcv, i iiuying, Robert Breck, who owned the land of No Change. tf Arnold & Simmons. fered it to the city for theso improve Tho whole town, especially It has been rumored that we have ments. II r- jng decided to looate in the State ' Texas and desiring te make a fair advanced the prices on laundry. Thcie the women, were loud in their condemementofall my business I there--- - is no truth in such rumor which was nation of the Trustees for attempting to ask all perso6 owing me on evidently started to injure our business, layout streets in an unsightly rough Respectfully, corn fiold, but in a short time the new ' uni to call and make settlement Noimal Steam Laundry. addition began to build up and increased 2t :iie Yet I want my friends aBd steadily. The members who have pas ns to feel ifcat I am witting and Wants a Farm. us to give them my serviees as sed away are Curtis F. Moberly, James as 1 am in Richmond, Mr. A. H. Cross, of Rogersville, Tenn., D. Miller, Samuel Freeman and lutwm Respectfully, was in Riohmond last week and called Thompson. II. G. Saxulik. 9t at the Climax office. He wants to buy Dan Breck, lire, lightning, cyclone a small farm, will pay cash or exchange and live stock insurance. tf For 5ale. other property for iu See his advertise le Island Red and WhHe Leghorn ment elsewhere in this issue. Fierce Contest - crs not Cockerek jasi old fashion-- i hpl Arn lllG tCftlTlS mi. " "I'" illU Wall rromn II Won Three. cheap if takoti at ejioc the representing b''"' Elks and Masons on and Red Men nn shin and the K. of P. C. W. Cobb, Mr. Coleman Neff was vory successvictory for Red House, Ky It ful at the Nicholasville fair. He won on tho other, resulted in a15 to 12. I he the former by the score of first premium on his' While Plymouth Red Men made a big rally in the ninth Automobiles Painted. uvcituuic Rock cockeral, first and second on his inning, but couiu noi quim witnessed " A fair sued crowd my shop cm Third St. I am pre- hen and first and second on pullet. His the lead. and both teams enjoyed a the contest ' j lo paint and trim Automobiles, chickens were the centre of much eood following. Features oi uie game Buggies and Veliiolos of all attention. ' were the twirling of Charles TerriU and Is I have a painter of long ex- -. the first base playing of Elmer Deather age ii" i"D EMiro nn1 Tncnrtc nnd the all Officers busy. ".nre and who understands his round work of James Wagers and the '"''ss, Prices as low as consistent Revenue Officers Sharp and Mays cut hatterv work of .Norman anu iwcu ior ' ' j i.rst class work. Give me a triaL up a moonshine still in Lee county, tho Red Men. Both teams are eager to anomer c shoeing, and Blaoksmilhlng it may no meet again near Heidelburg, last week and arrested contest willand arranged. mai be r 'jng m all branches. operators, Frank MItchel and the f James A Moores Wesley Helton. They were arraigned Plenty of Games. To The Home Seeker at Jackson and placed in jail to await Tho nnsn Hall season in the Bluesrass league has closed, but the local pirk the Federal grand jury. or Investor. illbe tho sceno ot some very nvoiy c hne Fruit farms, stock farms, games between tno cracK teams rep Special. T . ry farms, Combination farms, resenting Oineroni secwuus ui um wuiuj . There will 1)6 a sPecial excursion to rpv.o tvi.itn stntion team, the Rocers- T Tiber lands. Black lands, Prairie and South ville team, and two or three other good via O. & Ashville. N. r - Ranch lands, at right prices and an uuuug ern Railways on Sept. 12. Round trip teams wlio nave oeon piaymg afternoon. terms. Some fine colonization on Saturday tickets from Lexington $.50. Hender-sonvill- e the season 1 r positions. Let us toll you about There are some good ball players among the them, and as there is a great deal of and other points' v. ' i we have. The Stogar Land Co., SoutheastSS.50. correspondingly lowin rates. rivalry, the local lans nave mauo ar-at 51 r Texas. Many people take "advantage of these rancements for tlie closing games 10 Vv'anled. annual trips through the "Land of Sky" bo played here. -- and weavestailored to fit without fault and keep their shape perfectly. Strong values at $22.50 and $25 slaughtered now for $ 5 Honest values at $ 5, $ 6.50 and $ 7, but we are forced to slaughter them at Ten Dollars for choice. Big loss to us, big gain to you. Will you buy? A wealth of fine worsteds and serges to select from 1 1 1 Brand new suits, this season's models, unusual values at $ 0 to 1 7 J! $12.50-slaught- ered at $750 for choice. Prudent men will buy for future needs at these prices No man can invest his dollars more profitably than buying his clothing now at these prices H j i r 'MJ 19 Lt .Jf 'J 1 A.' M aV !Hr r y bt 3t -- S-- lf Covington and Banks Next Week All Ready Demaree. Mrs. Roark Chosen. -- I I. The Kentucky Conference For the! Big Madison County . Fair Which Begins Thursof the Methodist Church day. Convenes Here. Next week will be a notable ono for Richmond.- - as the Kentucky Annual Conference of tho Methodist Episcopal church, south, will convone hero and over a hundred ministers will be in attendance besides equally that number of laymen and delegates. It is a task to entertain tho Conference, and every membor of tho local congregation lias been busy for several days in perfecting all arrangements. It has been many years since the conference met in Richmond and those in charge of the meeting this year are bending every effort to make it a big success and have it go down in the history of the church as one of tlie best ever held. Bishop Chandler, of Atlanta, will be tho presiding otllcer. The sessions will bo held in the church, fhe first one being Tuesday evening, when tho oponing sermon will be delivered, porhaps by tho Bishop. This will bo a great gathering of the Methodists in the city and everybody is invited to the sessions. Rev. Crutchfield, Pastor of the local church, is anxious to have as many autos or carriages as possible donated for Monday evening and Tuesday morning in order to get all visitors in their homes as soon as assigned. Those who will offer their vehicles or cars will kindly notify him. This wilLbo a gala week in the .city and every resident in tho county will join in making tho annual exhibition of tho Madison County cair Association the best ever. Tho 1911 exhibition, although a little lato in getting started this year, promises to be up to the usual high standard. There will be plenty of horses and other show stock, as many owners have written for entry blanks and catalogs and Secretary Crutcher has letters from them saying that they will be present to compete for the rich saddle and harness premiums. In addition to the regular exhibition, there will bo balloon races, and numerous free attractions. The grounds have been put in shape and tho patrons will have every convenience. The Pattio A. Clay ladies will servo the dinner, which should bring every resident of tho county, not only becauso it will be a sumptuous spread, but it is to help the infirmary and maintain this great institution fpr tho county. The Richmond Band is practicing daily and has issued an attractive program for each day ot tho fair. The open air concerns will be a feature of this year s exhibition. Tell your neighbor fie is expected and everybody lay asiJe the dull business cares ot this week and be present at the Madison County t air, September 7, 8 and a i nursuay, Friday and Saturday. . rg e-- ,.i-- c To Louisville. Councilman Amil Lorisch will go to Louisville tho first of next week to attend the State Bottlers Association, of which ho is one of tho Charter members. The sessions will be held ht the Seelbach and a good time is in store for those who attonu. Getting Ready. The loose leaf tobacco houses in tho city are preparing for the coming season and overy detail is being arranged so tne sales can bgin by the first of November if the crop is ready for the breaks. The news of the death of Mrs T. B. Mrs. R. N. Roark, Dean of Women at Demaree. about CO years old, the wife the Eastern Kentucky Normal School at of Colonel T. B. Demaree, former Pro- Richmond, has been chosen head of the hibition nominee for Governor of Kentucky, at her home at Wilmore Tuesday Women's Department of the Southern afternoon, reached this city Wednes- Educational Association, the next meetday. She had been ill for more ing of which is to bo held at Houston, than a year, and following an operation . Texas, Nov. 27 to Dec. 5. The position about a year ago, sho went o Kansas City, hoping to benefiit her health, but is considered one of front importance her condition not improving, she re and honor. The last incumbent was turned to her home some time ago and Mrs. Chas. D. Mclver, of North Caroremained there until her death. Mrs. lina, the widow of Dr. Molver, President Demaree was widely known over tho State becauso of her many personal or tho State Normal School of North attractions and through her work in tho Carolina. Dr. Mclver's work for eduinterest of prohibition. She li survived cation in the South had made him a by her husband and one daughter. The funeral services were hold at Wilmore national figure in educational 'circles Wednesday and were conducted by and since his untimely death his wife Mrs. Frances E. Beauchanip, State has enrried on a large part of this President of the W. C. T. U., of Lex work. Colonel George W. Bain of ington. Lexington, and other prohibition leaders Brought Here. attended thb services. Burial took Deputy Shoritr W A. Johnson, of place at Wilmoro. Col. and Mrs. De maree were for many years residents or Beroa, brought Abe Gritlin, Jr., here this county, residing at tho Younger last Monday on a warrant charging jN orris place, near College tint, liotn seduction. Grillin has been in Ohio and are well known, here and the news of Mrs. Demaree's death will be received the otllcer learned that he was coming to this county, so he lay in wait and with much regret. arrested him as he was alighting from Wonderful Offer. tho train. Deputy Johnson is getting to This is a campaign year of unusual be a torror to evil doers and is running importance and everyono will want to them down with a keen oye. keep well posted on the atrairsof the State of old Kentucky. Tho Climax has Have You Seen "Kelly?" made special arrangements with the in the whole The most populay-sho- e Courier Journal and Louisvillo Post to send those papers to readers of tho Cli country this season for young men. In max at greatly reduced prices. ior blabk and tan, button and bluchers, .90 the Dally Courior Journal will bo $1 00 ask to see them, sent from now until after the November price Rice & Arnold. election in addition to tho Climax for one whole year. For $1.50 the Louis ville fost will be sent dally, trom now until after the election inaddith n to the Climax for one whole year. Take advantage of this extraordinary olfer. tf FREE REMEDY HELPS GH1LDREN Many a mother has learned of a way of avoiding sickness in her family, especially among the children, by the use of a free sample, bottle of the famous laxative, Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. This offer of the doctor's to send a free sample bottle has been responded to by thousands of women in all parts of America. Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is a truly wonderful laxative and especially adapted to the needs of babies and children because it is pleasant to taste and no child will refuse it. Then, it is mild and never gripes. It is all that a child's remedy should be, though it is a good laxative for the whole family because it is effective at all ages. It is not dynamic like salts, pills and powerful cathartics, which should not be given to children under any circumstances. Nine times out of ten when a child complains and you don't know exactly what is the matter with it, it needs a laxative its bowels are constipated. Syrup Pepsin will correct the trouble, tone up the child aad soon it will be well again wonderful results have been secured with Syrup Pepsin over night. You can buy it of any draggkt at fifty cents or a dollar a bottle, the latter being the family size, you are invited to make a test of it frst at the doctor's expense. Send Mm your address today and he will send you a free sample bottle direct t your borne. Then when satisfied htiy it of your favorite druggist. ht For the free sample address Mm. Dr. W. R Caldwell. JO?. riUaM building. Monticello. 11L W. O. PARK, WIT- HPINNELL-McMULLEN.LIVE STOCK COMMISSION CO., KANSAS CITY STOCK YARDS, Quotes prices of stock and feeding cattle as follows: fleshy steers, 1150 to M0 lbs to choice stock steers, 850 to 100 lbs to ohoiee yearling steers to choice steer calves, 7 to 10 months eW to choice heifer oalvs, 7 te 10 montho M to choice 1 and 2 year eW 3 took haKars to choice stock cows. 3 to 5 years eld Kansas City, Mo., September 1, 1911. Good Good Good Good Good Good Good tochoiee MLM L 4.98 3R.36 3M 4.9t K.M IM XTS 3.81 I.M I.W 4.W Public Sale OF 12-t- In Session. Tho Fiscal Court is holding its regular monthly session as the Climax goes to press on Tuesday afternoon. All Magistrates are present. There is nothing of especially importance to como beforo tho court at tliis meeting. s At Brush Creek. The Tatcs Creek Association of the .Old Baptists held a most interesting meeting at tsrusn ureeK, uocKcasne county last week, beginning Wednesday and closing with a big gathering on Sunday. Rev, Culton, of this city was Moderator or the Association anu EldorE. B. Bartlott, of Missouri and Rev. Thomas Weaver, of Tennessee, clergymen present. wero prominent Counties represented at this meeting wero Madison, isstill, Jackson, ltocK- castle and Owsley, and each church was well represented. . Organize Club. tr C a Pigg Puro Apple Vinegar at Allman 12-Piggs. tf Work Begun. farm of about 50 acres or less near " moud. Ky., well Improved and on near pike. I wiM pay cash or will iange property in Hawkins Co., r. M property consists of Dwelling larfe ware house, livery and boarding room si and, sixteen and restaurant, opera house and i i smith shop. I exchange any part all of this property for a small nr near Richmond. Call or address, A II i ross. Rogeisviilc, Tenn. P. 0. x 2", 12-- country. Relic John Ledford, proprietor of the Ten cent store, who has just returned from. Texas, where he went on a prospecting trip, secured from a Mexican curio dealer, a very peculiar basket, made from the hido of an armadillos. The long nose and tail are brought together, making a unique handle. It is claimed these will last a life time, as the shell Is practically indestructable. Mr. I C. N. & Special Excursion TO Asheville, N. TUESDAY, 5LPTELLR 12, 1911. t C. Southern 0. T. PrRY. "LarieftfceSy," "SipfKrc Cmtrjr VaCltlOIl SpOL Railway. The Ill special Train leaves LEXINGTCN. 9 p. m.. mgRcom Sleeping Cars. Pullman Obsarvation Sleeping allfnd Modern Day Coaches, Electrically Lighted. Dining Cars serving c0""5""1 C -- . LOW ROUND TRIP RATE- S- LEXINGTON TO LaKe loxaway, to Retw-- Vm F1h1 Limit V&o'rc! fofn SIer v- Asheville, N. $750 i7Hu OfoMout Diverse Route Going direct and returning via ChaUanooga. fares. above-nameMountain), or the reverse, $1.50 in addition to d any Ticket For full information, booklet and sleeping car reservation, ask or address, Agent, A.. W. A. BECttER. H C, KING. P. & T. A. Ingalls BuBdg 101 East Main Street, LIBERAL STOP-OVE- R PRIVILEGES. G.. Assessor Shelby Taylor and his force of energetic deputies begun last Friday on tho regular annual assessment of tho taxable property for Madison county. Besides Mr. Taylor there aro six men Barbecue. The City Where Good Immense Crowds. and they hope to complete the work by Brooms Are Made. There will bo a big gathering of the first of November, nllhougti by law Senator McCreary certainly vas groot- Democrats, Republicans, Prohibitionthey the of allowed Tha Paris Broom Factory ownrd and uary arecomplete untilbooks first the Jan ists, etc.. who will support the Demo ed by an immense crowd at Bowline the for in to Monday, when ho fired the operated by the Power Grocery Com cratic ticket this fall, at tho barbecuo Green lastgun pany, ot i'ans. is running a iuii lorce spection of the Board of Supervisors. in the state campaign. the opening given on Thursday, to bo up of broom makers in ordor to keep 11th, at Carlisle, by the Ninth District The Daily papers say it wa3 tho largest Clyde Rayburn for Jailer. with their orders. For several weeks Democrats, It will be the biggest thing crowd ever seen in Bowling Green, all thev were behind on account oi tno Air f!li'ln TJnvrmrn nnnnilnrnc titm. of the kind over held in the state. of Southern Kentucky being represented.. heavy demand for their brooms, but self as a candidate) for jailer of Madison Gov, Marshall, of Indiana, Gov. Folk, The Senator made one of the greatest they are now filling orders promptly. county subject to tno action or the of Missouri, of New Jersey, political speeches ever delivered in tne This enterpriso has made Paris famous Democratic party. Mr. Kayburn is a Champ Clarke, Ollio James and Senator state. It was a complete revie or the throughout Kentucky and other States man well qualified the position he JlcCreary will all be there, uus situation in Kentucky and tho nation. as "the city where good lrooms are seeks. Born and raised in Madison Jaubert, the noted Burgoo maker, has tie left no doubt in tho minds ot his mado." The Power Grocery Co.;is county he has a host of relatives and been engaged to reed Z0,VW. it win hearers just where ha stool on all renroscnted in this tontory ny uio wen trionds wlio will Heartily support him. take 25 beeves, 100 lambs and 75 shoats. questions of vital importance to the known Salesman, Mr. J. E Soper. lie and all his family connections are Thoro will be special rates from Rich state and nation and endorsed ever plank in the Democratic platform. Democraticand have always supported mond via tho i. & 2i. rlxamination Held tho nominee of his party. lie has nover ' Jumped. held office but now asks the. support of Hall. A cival service examination for po tho Democrats of tho county, and the International .Revenue promises if elected a faithful discharge sitions in Mr. James Ferriell was the first pas A special from Louisville tells or the service, was held in tno postoiuce of the duties of the office death of Jordan U. Uall which occurred senger on 'the ill fated L. & N. train, Saturday morning, u. 1 building last in New Albany, Monday. Deceased going cast, last Friday morning to Adams Secretary of the Local Board of colliliion was was' born in Madison county in 1S15 discover that a heatl-o- n Newby. CamtIh Prnminarfi. PnrtflllPtpd It. r:..il UVl II Civil war. He inevitable and he was the first to lump. Mrs. Mary Newby was called to Cov and was a veteran of the were five applicants who took There enlisted in the Texas War of Independ fearing that all on board would he killed. the examination. vTho tests were begun ington to se her sick brother who fs very ence under Capt. John D. Rankin, of Mr. Ferrill was enrout homo from Nel.( nin n'cinr.l.- - Ami tivo hours were low at this writing. Owensboro, but hfistilities were con- - son county, whero he had been visiting consumed in completingstx them. The relatives. When he heard the engineer . . . R. E. Taylor has reached Texas cludod before Dciviiic papers were sent u iue vivail C!....l.. a visit to his brotherreturned home after his comrades. heHe served with w.itn give the danger signal, being an ex the in Indiana, Pom mission, at Washington City, for perienced railroad man, ne ro;ognizea Quiet a number from this place at Sixth Kentucky Calvary until the close . grading and markin g. immediately and put his head out of Al of the war, when he went to tended the dedication of the Baptist bany and has lived there since. .New ono it window. About two nunairea yarus the At City. church at Kirksvillc last Sunday. Union time, ho was Grand Master oi tne Ken- away he could seo the L. & N. through Mr. train, Knoxville to Louisville earning at Mr. and Mrs. Ilerndon Pearson enter tucky Grand Lodge of Masons. Thursday a hay his family his hhh staeed. Fortunately tne lenginco outlived all tained Mrs. II. G. Riser and little eveningwithhonor of ride last Birdie and Hall hasrelatives bein of Mi and was able to apply the brakes; on Mr. Misses in grandchildren. .lautrhter. snent Sunday with Mrs. Anna Walker and bunice i'rather of neartst Ferrill's train and it was sloping up, y cm parson. Kiser s sister, airs, so giving the alarm to the paiisengers. Lancaster. Smith Coming. he led the way to tno uoor. uaraiy Mrs. Sue Doty returned Friday from The Many friends and relatives of a twe weeKS stay ai iuauory oprugs. - Mrs. Elvada Tudor surprised her with a Mr. W-- P. Smith, of Nicholasville, has had he had timeis to lump before the claimed thb wreck crash came. It Misses May Thomas and MaryTurpIn, birthday dinner last Thursday, sixty- - been selected as judge of the poultry ex was caused by the dispatcher at jLivIngs-ton- o .I T tl I If XKixier .m til ojjciiuI ,.nw) three people were present to partake of hlbiUons at the Richmond Fair. A bet' and dirs. J. u. iii failing to have the K. C. held "at week in Paris and take in the fair, the ocauttiut spread. ter man could not have been selectod and Stanford to wait for the through train guests of Mrs. Homer They will be Mrs. Alva Whitaker ot Valley View. one who knows the good points in to pass going west botore turning the Kiser. on visited relatives here last week. to chicken from A to Z. Tho Nicholasville K. (J. loose sravetne tracKs rightuowianu. ot way tho K, O W. S. Brock and family visited his Newit in complimenting Mr. Smith, says: His orders A. M. all trains to Land 5old. father at College Ilill last Saturday and "Pigfcy" is at present superintendent of over at that very Rowland till 510 bound time the w ht and tongued auct Sunday. - train Jesse Cobb, the silver the large poultry farm of Willi& 8imwas pulling out of Rowland There was preaching at this place E son; in this city, and by looking at a coming up the hill toward Btanford. ioneer. sold the land belonging to the tell was about 15 heirs of Caleb Park Friday for $04.50 Sunday Bro. Smith of Louisville, .filled on jiach morning, can or whether she The west bound train Operaiiors who not. will Jay daring Use day minutes lte and tho flirn I llOrA WRTH ni U I I Ml. MLU&LCU uro. Walkers place. took the order thought the Kj C. had i Otter creek, about 4 miles aad a half Cqrne to Owen McKee, Richmond am pl time to get to Rowland laid then Ricci's ice cream Is dolicious. Even House. from KichtBond ear the tnuraLPil TnBatr aJui Rirll- Mr. Ira T. Park wait the purchaser. one talks about it. Any flavor made Ky. for' dry goods and notions. Othr ' wltt ntf ' tf mood before tk other train armed. to order and delivered promptly, tf do and why not you. Thre were sever! present. Gov.-Wilso- n, made arrangements for tho organization of a Farmer Institute to be held in. this city on October 3rd, and 4th. It will be ror Madison uountyr armeraanu win be undor tho direction. of the Commu-sionMr. Breathitt of Agriculture. left Richmond Saturday for McKoe, Jackson county, where he will organize an institute, the first to ever be held in that county; tf That good ice cream at Ricci's er Mr. J. W. Breathitt, of Frankfort, son bf Attorney General Breathitt, was in the city Friday and Saturday and Blue Grass Farm I will sell at public auction to the highest bidder, on the premises, on Tuesday, 5ept. 9, ' 1 1 1 Courses leading to Elementary Slate Certificate, Intermediate SwteCertHI-cate- . Advanced State Certificate (this certificate baeomes a Lit j Diploma) All theso certificates are valid in all Public Schools in Kentu ky. Special Coursos, Review Courses. Tlitios Fkbe to Appoistbss Two splendid Dormitories, New Moded Schoool, New Manual Training Building. Praa tice School, Fall Term begins Sbptbmbbk 12. 1H1 1. Students can en advantage at any time. Address J. C. CRABBE. Pkbsidbst. Richmond, Kbstvcet. Eastern Kentucky State Normal. A TRAINING SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS. fr W 1 taining 150 acres mora or less, situated on tho Speedwell turnpike in Madison county, Ky., about 3 2 miles from Richmond. The farm is located in one ot the best neighborhoods, and adjoins the farms of T. D. Chenault, Harvey Chenault, C. R. Barnett, T. M. Baldwin and tho lands belonging to the estate of J. W. Caperton. s blue grass land, lays This is fine and fronts directly upon the pike. tobacco Has upon it a well built barn and a crib of 250 barrels capacity. be given immediately Possession will upon compliance with terms ot sale. d cash, balance In TERMS threo equal, annual installments) for which notes shall be executed, lo bear G per cent interest from date. But the interest on these three several notes shall bo due and payablo annually, and it not paid then, shall become part or the principal. Tho titlo is perfect, and deed will be made, retaining lien for payment of notes, when the first payment is made. The pnrchaser will be allowed the privilege of paying one-o- r all the of the notes at any time. MRS. PATTIE M. nUME. Long Tom Chenault Auctioneer For further paticulars address Mrs. Pattie JR Hume or J. T. Ferrell, Richmond, Kentucky. first-clas10-acOne-thir- at ton o'clock a. m., a tract of land con- saWALL PAPER,, REDUCED I have a big line of up- Wall Paper which I will sell at greatly reduced prices, in order to make room for next season's goods. Very truly, to-da- te RICHMOND KENTUCKY. An Easy Mark. You cannot, miss il! ' There are more dollars in real estate y than ever before for the investor. Our properties are all choice, restrieued and right In the direct line of improvement. Approved lota for business or residences. Select list of stores and houses to (rent or iease. Telephone, write or call to-da- . it Bluegrass Real Estate Company, INCORPORATED. -- Ki Local and Long Distance Telephone 83 US1 Richmond, Ky il a 2 11 The Evening Post, of Louisville, formerly a Democratic journal, but now posing as an "Independent" News-pipe- r, is trying tp put one over on the newspapers of the state by Issuing the' following circular lettor. which on the face of it looks like a campaign offer for the country press to club with the Post, butln reality it is a clever scbome to boost the candidacy of the Republican nominee Judge O'Rear. Read It: Dear sin Wo take it, you as a patriotic Ken- tuckian want the most available man for your Governor. The Evening Post believes Judge O'Rear the best man to serve tue best interests or. Ail Ken tucky's people. As in all previous Campaigns The Evening Post wilj give all the political news of tho Campaign. By Editorial, by Cartoon and by tho Daily News Story everything worth reading about the Campaign will be given. We want not onty your subscription but those of your friends and neighbors as well, and hope you will assist in the election of Judge O'Rear by getting asmany possible of your neigh bors and friends under this extraordinary Campaign Offer. We enclose Order Blanks to be used in sending in your own name as well as those of your friends and neighbors or you can use the enclosed Coin Card, Now is the time. Act y. Yours very truly The Evening Post." " - Farm Jtews Items 41eres4TfrC Far mer, tk Grswer mm! Mm . Don 't Overlook The Two Best Mr, Charley Jett has rented the Caperion farm just out of the city limits on the Big Uill road and will take charge the first of January, Col. Long Tom Chenault will move to Richmond. Mr. Jelt has already begun the plowing of several hundred acres of land for wheat and tobacco crops. Edgar Doty is at Nicholasville this week with his horses while "Bob" Walker goesUo Somerset with his prize string They have been very successful this season. " Hoosier Wagers & Shearer purchased SO head of fat cattle last week from N. B. Deatherago which averaged 1,300 lbs, at 5 12 eta. It was a choice lot and many of the buyers were bidding on the bunch. Here's a sock that all men have been looking for. fitting hote own fancy as to weight socks your should be if you have any favorite colors, you will wear Wunderhosc to your everlasting satisfaction. - a c hild3 stocking that won't s H ere Here's a woman's stocking of quality and wear. You are proud of Wunderhose once they grace your feet. The way they "tit and the wav they wear is a revelation. On account of the severe drought in many portions ol the county corn cut ting has begun and the stalks look very sick.Hardly half a crop will be harvested. need darning. The terrors of school days, and play days for the boy or girl .who is hard on stockings are troubles that are banished with the wearing If you demand trim antee feature is especially attractive there are no darning troubles because new Wunderhose are .given free for any that punch through heel, toe or sole within four months of their purchase. If yoa are a bachelor the guar- of Wunderhose. Trim fitting stockings that are "puncture proof" in heel, toe or sole light or medium weight, as desired. Every size for the toddler, the boy about to graduate to the sock age or the young lady about to adopt long skirts. Four pairs packed in a box $l, single pair needs darning within four months after purchase you don't dam. Their dye is one of their superlative V features. The brightest, but the amount digested andn'simllateil that gives strength and vitality to the system. (Jhamberlain s stomach and 'I have a word of confidence in Liver Tablets invigorate the stomach and liver and enables them to perform Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for I it with perfect success," their functions naturally. For sale by have used M. I. Basford, Poolesvllle, writes Mrs. btockion bon. Md. For salo by Stockton & Son. The extraordinary session of the Another Comet is on the way for vV. sixty-secon- Digestion and Assimilation. It is not the quantity of food taken truest,surest,most!astingblack and the richest shade of tan known to hosiery making. Made for all ages and sizes, for women and misses. It is surety worth an extra premium to be insured against such an annoyance, and yet the price carries no peaalty for this extra service. $i per box of four pairs. A true black and a true tan. If a Four pairs to the box $i, or a grade, three pairs to the box . The Wunderhose guarantee insures the toe, heel and sole de-lu- xe against need of darning. d Congress, marked by the passage of the Canadian reciprocity bill, vetoed tariff revision legislation. the statehood and other important measures, adjourned last Tuesday afternoon. The next regular session wilt begin oh December 4th. This has been one of the livliest sessions ever held and the members from Kentucky have occupied an exalted position in all questions . of national importance. especially, investigations into affairs of the Administration. Madison county people to view. According to Dr. Wm. Brooks, of ITobart College, it can now be seen with telescopes, but will ibe visible to the naked eye. The comet is now constel lation Cygnus, about three degrees north of Alpha, the top star in the Northern cross, directly overhead, in the early evening. Motion is northwest. Dr. Brooks says tho comet is coming nearer and will continue to grow brighter for several weeks. DvsDensia is our national ailment. Burdock Blood Bitters is tho national cure for it. It strengthens stomach membranes, promotes flow of d gestive juices, purines tne dioou, ounus you up- - - FOR SALE BY - Douglas Simmons & Deatherae them, you exchange them here for brand new Wunderhose, free. Bo l Are V. ELDER TAKE Diarrhoea is always more or less prevalent during September. Be prepared for it. Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy is p o npt and effectual. It can always be depended upon and is pleasant to take. For sale by Stockton & Son. Dan Breck. fire, lightning, and live stock insurance. cyclone tf Rural Telephones rei-iJen- u a Woman ? RDUI The Woman s Tonic Betsy's Pointers H ! l Si r "I have never seen a woman with good sense but w had beauty enough to make tier-sel- f highly agreeable. If you wish to see faces light up with joy and satisfaction just drop in among the customers at GU ff I ord- g S- - Farmer ilake yonr home as modern for your family as a city and place yourself in a position to get the latest market quotations at any time. This can be accomplished by means of our telephone service, when you aud yonr neighbor can get for a sum that is small compared with the benDo you appreciate the importance of efits received. Call or address our nearest office or write direct to headquarters Nashville, Tennessee, for information regarding our special "Farmers" Lines having your work done right? "tantfarcl" rate. If at present you are not enjoying telephone service, we can immf diately plumbing fixtures and our workmanship interest you. Our lines cover the States ot Kentucky, Tennessee, Miesitsipi i. Any skin itching is a temper-teste- r. Louisiana and the Southern portion of Indiana and Illinois. the more you scratch the worse it insure plumbing perfection. itches. Doan's Ointment cures piles, drug SAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE CO., Incorporated eczema anv skin itching. At all stores. & Has George Peters been "fired" from of the Louisville Herald? His the staff COMPANY, ceased have "Anrus" writings be recalled was elected Peters, it will in the last legislature as Clerk of the SXntuStrtT "Vitrite" Ctoiet House, over Hon. Green Keller and every representative should bo ashamed of his vote if it was against the Carlisle gentlemen. A Democrat can't handle tho political end of a Republican newspaper with successr To the ladies of Madison county. Call at our Why Is IB A specific for pain Dr. Thomas Richmond can beast of more vicious every gem in Electric Oil, strongest, cheapest liniStore, corner Second and Irvine streets, Richcur fine collecment ever devised. A household remedy mosquitos than perhaps any community tion of jewels is, and their rich in America for 25 years. in the country. The drug stores have mond, Ky., and get full particulars how to win color and brilliancy and uniIf you are going to have a party have experienced a heavy run on all kinds of setting valuable premiums at the Madison County Fair, Ricci make your brick cream in that "mosquito skuts" during the month of que and exquisite tf August, and nearly every one you meet make them fit gifts for a delicious manner. which we will offer to the best cake bakers. asks, "Are the mosquitos as bad at Queen. We have everything Advertised Letters. your house as they are up our way?" that is new and novel in pins, All contestants must use2aring's Patent Flour. Clerk Sessions 2nd. Pres. Church, It shows plainly that there are numerous Mr. Willie Clay, Miss W. M. Ervan, P. stagnant ponds or filth piles from which rings, ear screws and drops y I Come in Don't wait! E. Fansler, Miss Emma Hampton, these pesky insects breed, in and around at prices that are remarkable C3 Mr. Thomas Hagan, Mr. James A. Richmond and the only way to get rid for their low figure TTflnrv. Miss Mary A. Hill, Mrs. Eddie of them is to keep your premises clean. Hunn. Alice Johnson, Prof. Albsrt Cuts and bruises may bo healed in ir Kells, Jr., S. B. McClure, W. S. d about tho time required by Mr. John A. Mrs. Beckie Mullins, 's L. Nolton, Miss the usual treatment by applying Newman, Jennie Deo Liniment. It is an antiseptic Q Mnrv Pursnns. Mr. Tom Reed, Mr. C. L. causes such injuries to heal without Rice, Mr. Doc. Rice, Mrs. Southlander, maturation. This liniment alsoreliev.g Miss Stella B. Taylor, Mr. Alva Tussey, soreness of the mucles and rheumatic Mr. Gfiorffe Vaushn. Mrs. Lucille Wea CD pains. For sale by Stockton & Son. your residences a ?d store buildings need HEN ver, Mrs. Maria White. Mr their grave with Few men much sorrow for their departure as that shown in the death of Father Thomas Major, the beloved Catholic priest, whose demise occured at his home in Frankfort last week. He followed Morgan in his flght for the Lost Cause and was well known to many Madison countv men. who are survivors now to this great and gallant command. He was a soldier to the end, for ihe Lost Cause and for Christ. Rurnam's "insurance Agency. Don't Suppose your property should wait. tj See us. Phone 707, burn go to About Your Plumbing It is important that every plumbing 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. r i Richmond Heating Plumbing Sewell & McKinney's SIC PREMIUM OFFER Richmond, Kentucky. A Rare Beauty to-da- Sewell & McKinney Mc-em- one-thir- F. jr. YEAGER Cham-berlian- w . The Wonder of the Age flow Bill Ledford sells goods so cheap. in town don't fail to see the new "When Lackey & Todd Telephone 62 s1 to painted and papered, or decorated in any , wa)-- see me about it, as I am prepared to do ajl kinds of C. C. "Wallace, P. M The Home of Low Prices and 5quare Dealing C. G Sale all-around ,& Co v Painting, Decorating and Paper Han gig. Opera House Building Are the largest Madison Young L,adies Institute For Girls and 1856 1911 er buyers oi cattle, hogs, sheep, lambs, and calves at the Cincinnati Union Stock Yards. Consign your stock to them and receive the highest market prices. Besides I will use nothing in the way of materials on your except such as I invite you to inspect at all times before being applied to your house, etc. Also, I will appreciate a share of your patronage, and promise you in return for same honest worlcand materials. Very respectfully yours, W. S. Norris. H. L PATRICK DENTIST Paint Lick, Kentucky Crown, Bridge and Inlay work a Specialty. Office in Bank Building. W. L. LEEDS Third Street Next sessipn opens September 12th, 1911. Those interested and seeking the advantages of this school, call on or address Richmond, Ky with Baby won't suifer Hive minutes Kelec- All parties having claims against the .'. croup ii you apvy n, Thomas estate of E. Tutt Burnam will present lie pil at once. It acts like magic. the same verified as required by law Fjro, Life, Accident and Health Insur and all parties indebted to said estate 1 d 1fn. 9 ancp.' ?hP wjlj plijase come forward and settle. w Wm, S- - BrPM.dH?' A?" 5frs. jesse K. ljupiam. Administratrix, Prlekly Haat Rg: pr Robert R. Eijrnam at ' Sladison' Hives and ' National Bank. U.3t lieved Free. There is no conditions attached to this Real Estate. nfrr If vou are suffering with hives, All persons desiring either to sell or prickly heat, insect bites, or any other want vou to accept purchase land or other property or to of free .ith nnr pnmnliments aremedybottle ec make rentals of saiae will find it to their for ZEM0, the clean liquid interest to place the same with me as I zema. anU ail Uisuaaea ui am. a member of the National Qntn. Realty Co., of "Washington, with This free bottle is not full size, but it wonder- agents throughout the United States, is large enough to show you the of effects ful healing and soothing sample bot- - Mexico;and Cuba. Also my services as for your auctioneer may be secured by calling on DrugStor3-twfflmh me at my residencii, No. 200 Third St., S. E. Scott. Rjphmond, Cy. - Notice. 5, 10 and 25 cent Store PppP5"ff ? ?VeF'f- Te aro headquarters for 5, 10 and $5 pp pod. 5 cents VOU dan bUV manv items that nrdlnnrllr snfl far n Hb Fur Cents you eet values worth un to ft nnarlnr. Wn h Enameled "Ware, Tinware, Imported China, Glassware, "Wooden! Brushes, Cutlery, etc., and every prico marked in plain Hgnres. Buy ; household goods here and SAVE MONEY 5, 10 and 25c Store 239 W. Main Street, McCann Building 4 V8 3 J. B. Cassiday RICHMOND, KY New Tailoring Shop J, B. Stouffer has reopened a first class shop. Suits made to ordermade at home by experienedTaiIors.. Over J, 000 samples to select from. Cleaning and Pressing "by M larg m-t- t Special Price $6.35 Divorce Courts Get a Hard Blow every time a young couple start out life with a home of their own. The home is the best inter mediary kiipwn for thpso little differences that we are ept to arise in the) course of even the best regulatsd families, because of the mutnal interest it holds for both. Agaii the home comes , in as "the backbone of the Nation" Guess Tieredore Roosevelt knew what Jf.'e was talking about ehT It c$jalnly behooves every family to gH.e thU question con sideration, iind there will never be a better (jane than right now to begin. LuKtbcr is plentiful, and the pricij is keeping whh tho quality at hist It's the way In our it4 ad w. doa't hil.- - u ;iv , wwarv will ewVejlay chper. We've jget sow get Itkas about . m Big Prices For Hides "We have enlarged our warehouse and can handle all the Tallow, "Wool, Rags, Bones, Ginseng and Feathers that you bring. Remember we pay the highest prices. We buy. Hides Rubber and all kinds of metals and scrap iron. Bring what you have T TTAVP J?rkT OAT T TITt? Best Braces for (enqe, Watc? Tanks, "etc., and any kinds d TERMS: $1,0 O CASH M. WIDES RICHMOND KFMTIICKY Phone 363 Tailors. George Marischen, Cutter 50c a Week. : it -- BEAR IN MIND That ourgrocery is one of the most complete to be found anywheae, and our service is unsurpassed. Telephone your order. Our stock of f ield seeds is the best in the .county; 'We guarantee them, Try Wiwith an otdetr and you wiH always be, a customer. : Also large line' of ready made Clothing Hats, and Furnishing Goods at reduced price - B. STOUPjPER. -- 222 West Main; Street 'V handsome Rocker, finished Golden Oak, THIS in a most workmanlike,imanncrt with Boston Leather over a construction of oilr(tempered steel springs. I A most artistic design, the plain surfaces adding wonderfufly to the comfort, while the ruffled borders add greatly to tjc appearance. Without question of grca't value at our Special ; Price. Make a selection early and see the other BARGAINS WE ARB OFFERING. - befits you'll build tfeftt fO'lUiyB ytu fre? Jf eom Jn wliH rHMly to o4t : : "J:; : ' : W. F. HIQQINS, (Successor to Lumaa & Hicrms.) J Tim HC MUST JAk Todd-Ewar- ds D. B. McKinney Stweojicr to Tte k. So. RICHMOND, KENTUCKY. per Co. Telephone 35 E. Main Street