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AH Year the News for $1.00 a Less than 2 cents : : : : : : Week THE RICHMOND RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, ' SEPTEMBER, 13. 1911 ocorecL Spots ch po-a- e When you want Printing and don't know how it should be done consult us NUMBER 13 3Sth YEAR 1 County League I Some Mosquitoes. L. R. BL ANTON, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Bids Fair to Become more Popular than the Blue-graCircuit ss Coal, Feed, Salt, Sand, Lime, Rock. OLD DOMINION PORTLAND CEraENT and All Kinds of Plaster Material. Cor. Main and B. Streets' Telphone 85 N.V.WHITE The Old Reliable Dry Goods Man Just a Reminder We want you to remember that you can get the best The Madison County Base ballleague, which had a most auspicious opening on last Wednesday, promfses to afford the fans of the county some rare sport. Tho league was organized for the purpose of promoting the sport among the teams of the county antfalso to aid the Pioneer team of the Bluegrass league, financially. Itogersville, Blue Lick, hite's Station, Richmond and White Hall all have some crackerjack players in their lino up and everyone of them is determined to win the honor of champion team of the county. There have been several games played this season, and the.boys are in good form. Tho games I&ve been scheduled for every Saturday afternoon and Wednesday, with a doubleheader once a A Great Advantage to Workweek. President Stockton, of the ing Men. league, one of the greatest fans in the J. A. Maple, 125 S. 7th St., S euben-villcountry, says it will develop many O., says: "For years I suffered crack players, which the Bluegrass from weak kidneys and a severe bladder league will be glad to draft next season. trouble. I learned of Foley Kidney Pills and their wonderful cures so I began taking them and sure enough I Common Colds Must be had as good results as any I heard about. My backache left me and to one Taken Seriously of my business, expressman, that alone For unless cured they sap the vitality is a great advantage. My kidneys acted and lower the vital resistance to more free and normal, and that saved me a serious infection. Protect your children lot of misery. It is now a pleasure to and yourself by the prompt use of work where it used to be a misery. Foley's Honey and Tar Compound and Foley Kidney Pills have cured me and note its quick and decisive results. For have my highest praise." coughs, colds, croup, whooping cough, bronchitis and affections of the throat, Running Trains. chest and limps it is an ever ready and valuable remedy. Remember the name, The new High. Bridge over Kentucky Foley's Iloney and Tar Compound and refuse substitutes. The genuine is in a river on the Q. & C. route was thrown open to traffic last Thursday yellow package. Stockton & Son. It is the highest bridge over any navigable stream in the United States.iand was completed at a cost of $1,250,000. It is a wonderful monument to the engineer ing brains of man. , e, The following communication is from I Mr. T. Embry Deathorage, who is with the Mason & Hanger Co., at Oakdale, Tenn. The Richmond Climax, Richmond, Ky. Gentlemen; I notice in your paper that you boast of Richmond, Ky., having the honor of possessing the largest and most vicious'mdsqultoes In the whole country. Well, all I have to say is, that there is one little town in central Tennesee by the name of Oakdale that has more of these pesky insects than all the rest of the places on the globe. They are as largo as spiders and can break through a wire screen with the least effort. If you don't believe this, come to Oakdale. Trusting that you will look into this matter more fully before boasting again I remain. Very truly yours, T. Embry Deatherage. New Feed. Throw Out. The Line Kidneys Help and For Cattle is Becoming very Give the Many. People Will Be Popular With Happier. A few years ago THE STEARN; it was an extaemely difficult matter to interest cattle feeders on the subject of cotton seed meal and hulls, Kentucky betngf a Slate that produces plenty of corn, hay oats and other feed, tho feeder nHturally hates to put cash money into a feed when ho feels that he can raise what is necessary. Howttver, the feeders of a progressive type have learned that a fow dollars invested in high grade cotton seed meal brings mighty good dividends; in fact, since the silo has come into use in the State, silage feeders have found that it Is next to impossible to fatten cattle properly without cotton seed meal. The straight corn feeders have learned that it pays to feed two or threo pounds of meal per day to their cattle in ad dition to their corn. Dairymen have ascertained, that there is no better or cheaper base for a properly balanced dairy ration, as high grade cotton seed meal contains 41 per cent; of crude protein, which is one of the most essential ingredients in an animal feed. Another point in favor of the meal feeders, one of the greatest benoffts derived from cattle feeding attho present day, is-- the or reclaiming of the soil, and cotton seed meal adds most wonderfully to the valuo of manure. Cotton seed hulls are largely used in certain sections of the State as a roughage, and with most satisfying results. The present indications are that there will be more meal and hulls fed in tne State than any year in the past on account of the relative high price of corn and hay. "Throw Out tho Life Line" The kidneys need help. They're overworked can'J; get the poison filtered out of "the b'ood. They're getting worse every minute. Will vou help 'heint Doan's Kidney v Pills have .brought thousands of kidney suffers buck from the vrrge of despair. Read this case:- Mrs. T. S El is, New Danville Ky.. say : "I feel grateful to Doan's Kidney Pills for the benefit they have brought in my family. My back was vury lame and there was a constant pain at the base of my spine. Doan's Kidney Pilh? went at once to tho root of my trouble Another and entirely relieved me. member of my family was bothered by attacks of lumbago and jit times the back was so weak and lame that walking was difficult. Doan's Kidney Pills brought relief in this case ju t as quickly as they did in mine. I havo not the slightest hesitation in recommending Doan's Kidney Pills, ns I know they HvH up to all claims mado for them." For sale by all dealers. Price SO cents. Foster-Milbur- n Co.. Buffalo, New York," sole agents for tho United States. Remember the name Doan's and take no other. PikeV-Lancastc- MATTRESS fHME - &FOSTE tVrr IMPORTANT TO KNOW PL WHATSlBSiDETHE vi ON EVERY GENUINE MATTRESS) ? -- SHOWS YOU WHATS" NS DEYOIKOOMIT HAVE TO O - BUVH?FAlBE Ht-Hf-i-f llfANOL MATTRESS YOU GET TO !?45URE REST. THAT IS HEALTHFUL & COMFORTABLE LOOK TH R OUC AND READYBIHI ING LACED 0PENIH6W-- (pat.appl'o ronji SUA'RAHTEE3 Mil Stearns & Foster Mattresses are Comfortable, Durable ami Smite rjc m because of the way they are made, but because of the materials m them. No patented process of mattress-makin- g will produce a epudky anitseat :1 Generous Offer. So enthuisastic is Judge Shackelford over tho success of the Madison county base ball league that he has .made an offer to President Stockton of f 5.00 cash to the first player hitting the bull under tho same conditions as govern th-- Blue- grass league players. This should make all the boys hustle up their batting eye and get two or three ''fivers" oft the popular County Judgo. et Cleaning and Pressing Y poor cotton or cotton improperly handled! Stearns. & rosier Mattresses are made of cleas, sanitary cotton; felted dreds.of little webs, forming many springy, booyant layers, fTfirn feet high. These layers are then laid by hand aad compressed to cne-cix-tb cl original height and encased in the ticking; then pmtd to jail die jpto as to bejsott, yet firm, half yielding to your He, yl tomuHlif, it mmbcA j i SUMMER FABRICS for the least money A hint to the wise is sufficent You H&ven't Been Photographed Since the Year You Were Married Bring the family "and let us make an artistic group aTspraihcd ankle will disable a man forithree or four weeks, but by applying Chamberlain's Linement freely as soon as the injury is received, and observing the directions with each bottle, a.cure can be effected in from two to four days. For sale by Stockton & Son. As usually treated. - Taxes Due. The Schlegel Studio N. V. Main WHITE RtCI MOND 5. J. McGaughey Prop. Sfreet, below First Your taxes for the year 1911 are now Come in my hands for collection. Paris seems to have walked away in'early and avoid the rush, as well as with tho post series from Winchester saving the penalty, by prompt payment. The Bourbonites under the perfect f' D. Ai McCord. Sheriff. management of McKeman are as fast a Fine country hams just received a a set of ball players as can bo found in the American Association, individually Culton's. tf and as a team,. Olsen, the Richmond For Sale. star, who played with Winchester on Lot in Burnamwood 70x170 feet. account of the illness of Callahan, filled Apply to R. K. Stoxe. a big hole in the'Hustler's line up and many times started plays that seemed "I have been somewhat costive, but would result in Winchester "winning. Doan's Regulets gave just tho lesults desired. They act mildly and regulate Order one of thoso juicy steaks from the bowels perfectly." Georee B. Krause. 300 Walnut Ave., Altoona, Pa. Culton. Phone 125. Ladies and gentlemens clothing clean ed and pressed by Mrs. G. F. Bradley. lot) Second at. up stairs. on: is or Foley Kidney Pills. highest order; price low; A" trial order 11 tf Will reach your individual case if you s solicted. For bowel complaints in children alhave any form" of kidney or bladder trouble, any backache, nervousness, ways cive Chamberlaiu's Colic. Cholera on. anu rheumatism, uric acid poisoning, or aniWmrrhoea Kennedy cure castor and. when It is certain to effect irregular and painful kidney action. reduced with water a and sweetened is Before you reach the limit of physical pleasant to take. No physician can endurance, and while your condition is prescribo a better reme4x. For sale by still curable, take Foley Kidney Pills. Stockton & Son. Their quick action and positive results will delight you. Try them. Stockton W. W. Broaddus & Co., have excellent & Son. facilities for storage. Bring in your -tf wheat. Easy Money. SJ- tion. . Made in the beft qualities of Satin Finish. Aipioa EXTRA CHARGE. ' li lissp WITHOUT ! Four Grades of Anchor. $10.50 Windsor. $13.50 S uperiority Laaox. Styis) Aw I - When you buy a Steams & Foster vom set the best Mattress ralae Come in today and ask to see these exceptional Mattresses. Well gladly show them. A positive guarantee on every Mattress. A Steams & Fosler is a very Comfortable and Economical Mattress to bay. I 1 is now a summer as. well as a winter remedy. It has the same invigorating and. strength-producin- g in summer as in winter. ei-fe- OLDHAM & LACKEY Undertaking a Specially ct water. Try it in a little cold milk, or ALL DRUGGISTS' SSSfc." m vr. S. O. R. O. L. n mr WE 5 ELL MAY MANTON HUSTLING CASH STORE YOU ARE : INVITED-WHE- N 4 WE SELL i! MAY MANTON PATTERNS 10 CENT5 EACH WILL YOU GOME PATTERNS 10 CENTS EACH TO : SEE OUR : DISPLAY : OF : FALL ft : MERCHANDISE? Shoes! Shoes! Shoes! Everything WW VV New-- Up tqJjow! r ...it Men's & Boys' Clothing ! We want . to-show to an fers All Kinds. All Sizes. All Prices. The newest lasts, and more of them than ever. Remember we malte good every pair of J. E. Tilt Shoes for Men, Dittenhof er Shoes forLadies, and Buster Brown and Blue Rib- bon Shoes for Boys and Girls that fail, through any fault of leather or workmanship, to give satisfaction. A trial pair is all we ask and a customer is assured to us. - and lower in price for quality, than ever. . We. want RWte and Kmc Gar- o "UllU ' ' 1W nf J W v wa i w - you, the greatest .vakfes in - ments Company's Coats, Suits and Skirts from. v . .. . " $10 TO $30 to show you the largest assortmenfeof Infants and Misses ' Coats you have seen . .Prices ranging from - Clothing and Overcoats, we have ever Been able to secure; We defy all competition on. . . . . . . . and Boys. is? yi $10 AND $15 We. want . inthiscg; . -- ..-.V- 0 You are invited When will you come? I? $1.00 TO $7i0 of Dress Goods, : Suits and Overcoats for- men; ako $3.50 and $5.00 Suits' and Overcoats, for Boys. We;are Showing big values in Corduroys, Kerseys, etc. j for every day use from $7.50 to ;$10. Be sure to see them before making a - purchase;. , 1'- g ts?' & -- Wc want tp show youour array "istings,;Ginghams, iact; we wahtrto show PercalesV Outings, ec you whatyou,wantin any: line., --- mw - YOU ARE INVITED WILL YOU COME I? Corner First H a m II t o ri & Main cp s tti , j Kenlueifr 0iEmikimmmmmmtimmmmmm ' Hi in iin m.r in r nuiilri " ' at iff "'il 'r Hiiin'ii-i- i urii n . rim m .1 . With THE GOODS! On Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, and 4, we the Masonic TempVe was a closing event of the summer gaieties of mueh jra porta-nc4- . The Wrgc&l crowd that has enjoyed- - the summer dauees this season was present and many visitors were noticed. Prof Ratline's orchestra of five pieces furnishtd the music. Mr and Mrs. R. M. Hunt, of Moun- lainair. New .Mexico, are visiting Mr James Todd and other relatives in the county. Mr. Hunt formerly lived in. this county, but for the past four years has been station agent for the bante Fee Railroad company at the above Coming In. Wild grapes are turning and the delicious paw paw is ready. The firt of the season on tbe local market came In last Saturday and the report is that there. Is'a good sjipply. Jack-on, Mr. Vaught Resigns. d Mission Circle will meet next Mbnday with Miss Bessie Miller at her home on Lancaster Avenue. Miss Marguerite Broyles. of Miltchell- burg, is the guest of Miss Birdie Reeves. Mr. Joe Thurman has returned from will big a pleasant stay of several weeks at 'Crab carried a shower beuquet of orchids Orcharll Springs. and The atten- Mrs. Ann Searcy Jett and Mrs. Dr. tants were nelces and nephews of the AUxander, both of Elizabcthton, Tenn., contraclactini? parties; Wil'Um French are ituesls of Mrs. Shelby Jett, near And Myrltce Todd, and Frederick ami Having decided Kirksville. Mrs Jeti is a sister of Hon. break up bruise- formed the keeping I will olfer lo public sa e on the U. L. Searcy, of Waco, and is an author Robert Johnson, who at est of some note, "The Kentucky aisle, wire in whitle; the ottnmnit premises about 8 miles from Richmond, Girl,1' which came out a few years ago, benrers, Elisabeth Jackso and Palsy on York. being osr most notable product. Randall, In white ntul pink; and the Mrs. J. R. Harris, of Yuma, Arizona, rlnc bearer, Anna (Catherine Huguely, betMnninir at ifl o'clobk A , M., tht fail is visiting Dr and Mrs. Giles Harris at with the ring- - borne on the pistols following properl : Speedwell. Mr Harris is a sister-in- Set made of selected Solid Oak, beautifullv finished in Early English, upholstered in Boston Le, ther over a. construction m acres or Iimm -- about :m or it in of two white lilies, was In while and law of Dr. Uiles Uarns. irrass and the rest in cultivation .situat- Entire oil tempered steel spring: supports. 1 his is a most remarkable olfer." A whole iui e comolete for onlv 412.7.!. blue. MlssWillyeR. Pierce, has returned charge The musical program was in ed on ttm waters of .Mu ily creek 8 miles of Miss Florence Campbell, of from Richmond. On I ho place there is it Every article is ot the latest Missi n Siyle and in Early English, and put together by ihe mcst skilled workmen a suite that lo herliomo in Louisville after a months the Hue Bennett Memorial School, 5 room .dwelling, a good barn and all any house could be proud of. stay with her cousin, Miss Iva Coy. uecesssary out buildings, a never Mr. Mac Coy, has returned home after assisted by by Miss M. Kalherine (ailing sprintr of excellent water within Lewis, seprano, and Mr. R. il. McKee, a few feel of the door, and abundance a ten days stay at Crab Orchard. water on the place. Judge John Chenault-wa- s in Shelby- - violin, and boys' clioir, singing the of slock ville Saturday the guest of bis brother processlsl wifll from Lchengrin. After rtiereisa young orc'ard of 100 trees (Successor to Lumati & Higgins ) n. wedding lion. Tandy Uhenault. luuciieon, lo some sixty besides ail ubui dance of grapes. This place is wilhlu half mile nf turn Mr.' Uolman D. Preston, of Boston relatives and friends, the newly pike and in jtood tioiuhhnrhooi), schools Station, war the guest of Miss Ollie married couple left on thi-- expnv , and churches be tin: near by, Cain Sunday at her home in the county going north, TI)o tjrl-lAlso at Hie ame lime aiidM'l'ice I will is n Mud. )t I ! E OF Ifer for sale 1 teed bnod mure: 1 i;ood Mr. E B. Cain, of Ixmisville, is ei- - ol literature, Willi the of DLL1VLRLD TUN DAY5 peeled shortly to visit his parents, Mr. B. and M. A. from Ohio Weslevai- and :t veni old saddle man! l ifood 5 year d work hurst) 1 good much cow and md .11 r. j u. urn, 11. ar iiiunmona. services Reasonable. 1'lu D., from Columbia Umvprsl v a i:ool winter milker) 3 QWs With I will olfer for sale at my residence AFTLR Mr. Wm. Broaddus, district manager and a former Instructor n Mount pius; 'i shoals, about 70 pounds each; I PHONF-8-3, or 481. on Lancaster Ave. on of the Pacific Mutual Life Insurance llolyokc and Uryii two horse wagon) 1 ouilvatot 2 double Mawi iiit.g, co., returned Friday from Middlesboru, shovel plowspl wo lior-- p com drilli a where he was sent by his company u Hie groom, of vXiura) a .d Waihl ,tou lot of plonLgoari 2 Oliver turning plows; 16, 1911, tdjust a accident claim. iiid Lee Universities, with JUivm'c 1 irood saddle) about 4000 tobacco degrees, of Templar, Sliriner and sticks; 1 large scalding kettle; Miss Barrett Belt, appearedMary Sunday's Smith's picture at P. M. sharp, my household and Fruit In In UourierJournal. RcollUh Rite, baa for years been lard or wash kettle; 1 buggyi a lot of kitchen furniture, garden implements are unheard of. wkeie there is plenty of rain, where our farmers Miss Smith is one of our most popular successfully connected with Ford and household furniture: 3 cooking stoves; whfrt failures and other thing. Terms cash. chickens; turkeys, and 1Q large Tooloose are in a nMMerMu eoMdiUo. on account of being able to market money produc girls, and an alumnus of Madison Instiof the year, whore grass will sustain two head of stock per tute and State college. She will teach Johnson, the Becker, and Bishop and geese. I will also sell 30 acres of corn in ing crops niite months Having decided lo move- lo town, 1 At the same time nnd place J will facilities are unsurpassed is ciimaie and Babcock companies, but is at present the fie d. arr. wkre there is a deliehtfullocating many schooloilier sections of the country during this winter at Owensboro. se'l my o'clock n m.. from Term, liberal and made known on will soil at public sale at 10Iti-where we are located and are interested in Umber and coal lands ii day Sa'urday evening's Louisville Times on llio premises, on the Hill j iko. of sale. on furs where the price is reasonable and erms easy Perry County, along the new exten contained a splendid likeness of Mrs, Anyone desiring to Inspect the I mile from town, on THE. 5TLGLR LANE CO, Tyler. Texas. Ben L Banks, of this city, who Is the slon of the Li and i$f railroad, where property before day of sale is invited to lot efficient corresponding secretary of the tbe couple will spend the autumn call. 26, 1911, on Rig Hill Ave. The feet Is C7J isftct wide, running hnck IU0 In and Slate Federation of Women's clubs, While there, the bride will complete lo-!- lt Andrew J. Ilroaddua, a desirable neighlxirhood. It rents well Mrs. Banks Is one of Richmond's mosl llio following, popular matrons and Is an.... enthusiastic her already large collection of Scottish Eitflit oxlra flho fat work mules; 2 bijr and is n good Investment. Immediate - .1 v.nv n 1 .... UAAn draft horses; 3 extra flno milk cows, Jor-so- possession can be given. If not sold and English Ballads, extant, since be butTl.rso full the leaders in the tuberculosis fight in colonial days, in the bill country. ADMINISTRATOR'S ALE ter uows blood. country. aro2Iho best heif- will willrented. my Lots Nos. 6 and 8 also sell I Jersey in tho tbe State. ers to bo fresh in December; 2 Jersey in the Shackelford addition to the City One of tbe lovely events of last week old Jersey bull, of Richmond. These are choice lots, heifer calves; 1 two-yeFripaySept. '22, will be children' was the luncheon Bridge, with Mrs subject to register; 1 combined cheslnut are very beautiful and in one of the FARM AND STOCK. Lewis Neale as hostess. Quite a num day in Richmond, when every boy sorrel mare 0 years old, 1 extra fine best parts of the City. ber of out of town guests were present and girl la Pioneer Base Ball Park will weanlmp mule. 4jj or 50 hogs and Will also rent for the year 1912 my was beautiful and enjoy and the affair be given a treat that will linger lo As administrator of tho estate of shoals, 2 suporiofurills bran now, 2 properly on West Main Street, oppoable in all its details. Hoosier corn planters bran new and wiro site Judge A. R. Rurnam. Bame Is In their minds. For one day at least Thomas Butler, deceased, I will sell at rocrs, 2 McCbrmic .binders bran Mrs. Frank E. Jennings, of Jackson they will be real cowboys Shearer. and cow- his late residence two miles south of check I Champion moving machine 1 now occupied hy J. V. for any ol ville, Fla., is the guest of her mother, Prosiiectlve bidders the Nicholasville, Ky., on the Danville new. girls, for, as the guest of Vernon C. pike, on hay rako 0 cultivators. New De- aDove property are requested to call steel Mrs. Thomas Phelps, near town. 7 breaking plows, Vulcan and ana examine it ana nsk me for any partures. Rev. and Mrs. E. G. B. Mann, of Lex Seaver,Jr., the youngest cowboy in Oliver Chilled bran now, 4 two horse further Information. ington, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Neale the world, tbey will give a free ride on wagons and beds almost new, 1 four NO ALUM, NO LIME PHOSPHATE the back of n grnultie Indian pony at 10 o'clock A. M., the following horse wagpn, comparatively now, I toed iiennett, during uonterence. Also' will sell my gentle will be lectured tb by competent property; sled new, 1 douhlo shovel plow. 1 dia- horse, safe for any one lo drive; family Rev. P. F. Adams and family, of Ir and a line mond plow, 2 disc harrows now, 1 double surrey and harness and an elegant vine, are guests of Miss Lucy Adams (nstruotors, who will explain tbe Two gentlo family maros, two during conference. of tJie west. old fillies, mule colt, eight milk cows, A harrow, tools of all kinds, including phaeton buggy and harness; a line, wonderful development Todd county, is here the guest of the sidei two fat cross cut saws, shovels, lioos, pilch e Rev. J. W. Jackson and wife, of Is the sort of throe with calves at Jersoy heifer forks, otc. 5 sots of now wagon gears, gentle Shetland pony.cart and harness The little family or Dr. C. H. Vaught. arfd a buggy and harness. Irvine, are being entertained during Colon:! Vernon U, Heaver, general heifers, spring heifer, Jersey bull, eight all complete. 7 or 8 double sots of plow-gea- r, calf, Col. Ambrose Wagers and Richard conierence, oy Mrs. mrry acrivner. 1 runabout, 1 surrey, 1 hand corn manager of the Young Bull'alo xVUd Tennessee owes, four yearling South Cobb, of Cincinnati, were here to attend TERMS: All sales for household heller of 100 raeiKlEO EIEKT WQIESCU IT the fair. West Show which will be in Rich- down ewes, four bouthdown rains. of corn inI will sell my halfjudged acres effects and other small personal proNov. perty for cash. For all other sales Tuesday, September 19, 191 mond Friday Sept. 22, for two per- soven sows with pigs about ready to the shock, to be the Now, that you arc thinking of your fall suit and overcoat, Messrs Joe Hamilton and Sidney wean, four dry sows, Poland China 1st This is the best crop of corn in convenience and tho wishes of the nur- THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO Maples, two of Estill county's prominent formances, afternood and night. It boar: if nol sold before day of sale, 34 the county. I suppose you dropin.o our store, and let us some chaer will be respected, as far as can on citizens, were here last week enjoying Also at tho samo timo anJ plat e. 1 ue us m nine, is in the afternoon that the little ones light weight fat hogs, also some farm (Incorporated.) of Adler's Collegian Clothes. The reputation of this a nen win dc retainer the fair and meeting old friends. are invited to be guests of the mnna inc implements consisting of binder. will soil all of my household and kitchen on all the real estate and for all the OPERA HOUSE furniture, including make of clothes is without a peer. We have handled many peg Misses Edna and Norma Giunchigliani ger's son and immediately after the sulky rake, disc harrow,plow, tooth lot of nice mahogany bed room suits, a personal property, notes with good tables, hat racks, security must be executed. three harrow, iron roller, disc H Milter Pres. awl Mgr. left Monday for Brown county. Ohio, As much makes in the p st, but for style, fit, and wearing qualities, 191 matinee be will receive them. No Oliver plows, grain drill, two buggies. etc., a lot of nice rugs, new, 25 or SO. all as where they will be in tbe Sacred Heart Tuesday, September 19, cash must be paid or seSec'y-Trea- s. U. W kme Adler's Collegian Clothes surpass them all. They cost child will be missed, "but every one two wagons, Frazer brakp curt, wheat sizes; carpets, inut t inir: some nico side- cured on all real estate. Miss Edna will have the Convent. Prices 25c to $1, cutting box, tools, etc some house boards, comer tables and extension taohair of instrumental music. K.ntwr l that presents him or herself will be tan, you no more than ordinary makes. NOTE: No property to be removed &o furnl ure, including square piano, bles. A brand new cook stove, best until the terms ot the sale are compiled MKTMKY PRCS6 ASSOCIATION given a ride. While' an educational hold Chambers- - kncyciopema. Mr. and Mrs. J as. A. Moores will made, all kitchen utensils, tables, elc. Qty Council. also with. leave tomorrow to visit friends in Louistreat for tbe children as well as for u4 If not sold privately before date of At the same time. 1 I will sell 3.000 feet TIME OF KALE: Regular monthly meeting of the city grown ups, the Young ville. Saturday, Sep2Q0 acres, in high of oak lumber, and will rent my unexWW MOT FH BUSKERS LEAGUE. Buffalo Show sale, the farm of tember 1(1. h. 1911, at 130 p. m. Mr. Arch Chenault left Monday to council was held in the council cham- provides more entertainments and state of cultivation, will be oilered to pired lime from October 1 to January I. RICHMOND, KENTUCKY. PLACE OF SALE: At my resiber, Tuesday evening Sept. 7, with surprises than any other circus or the highest bidder. Good eight room houso and grass, which is paying now winter term FEB YEAB attend the fall and of Pharmacy. of the fi.oe dence, No. 42-- Lancaster avenue, frame house, servants house, good $50 a month. Cincinnati College Mayor Rice in the chair and all the Wild West Show in the world. It cistern, ice house and all necessary nut On top of this list there aro other IK ADVANCE Minutes of last has with it such celebrities as Annie buildings, Ten acre tobacco barn and things too numerous to monlion. Mrs. Harry G. Smith, of Glasgow, and council men present, GRANT E. LILLY. Miss Edna Gwynne, of Georgetown, are meeting were read and ihreo-rooapproved, tenant house. Farm is TERMSMade krown on day of sale. guests of their brother, Prof. W. E. Building permit was granted Mr. B. J Oakley, the peerless woman wing and well watered, having everlasting water LONG TOM CHENAULT. - - - 1911 WICHNKSHAY SRP. rifleshot; champion rifllst of America; Gwynne. To The People. on rear. I. M. Dunn, of Danvl'.le, Auctioneer. clay to remodel the Dr. Sandlin resi Ambrose Means, the only man in the in stream in front and pond seeded to About 135 acres will be Mr. Y. Ricci, who has partially re- dence on Main street, next to Joe's If you would have two of iho best world who ever lassoed a full grown wheat, of which purchaser of farm will days of your life lake your wife ami covered from a severe attack of rheuma....-- aurn -- JSi are a in sack at thresher, other children lo llio Reunion of the Ulue and tism, has gone to Mt. Jackson, Indian- restaurant. Mr. clay will construct Hon, and hundreds of other promi- get one-haMad-i- a Kavi.i k a HiiWulc for Jailer of Grays. In 18(51, they wero called Yanks two store rooms and an office at an nent performers. The big Wild West half to go lo tenant, iiie larm is apolis, where he will take the baths. v4ii ty. UBjmt to tkte aikm ef the will conand Itebs. They meet at the Ureen Messrs. B. J will arrlvs in this City on its own susceptible of division and two tracts Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Sparks, of Nicho-lasvlll- expense of about $3,000. sider offers on either of the Winston. Sepicm World's Greatest Remedy liroaddus Camp, at 1011. Clay, Beachum Lackey and others special train of 34 cars. It has-70- 0 motored over Tuesday and or the whole. bor 23rd. Come I OR (XTY COUNCIL. spent the day here the guests of Mrs. petitioned for a fire plug to be placed on Free From Cocaine, Opium both22. and wave that bravo men see Term of sale: On personal properly-- all Hags on pits ayrolls and comes here after a L G. Ballard. sums of $20 or under, cash: over pike near the bridge over the rail spectacular trip of success. At tlrres the thoir lives for. Co mo seo the le are and All Habit Forming that amount a credit of six months, Miss Myrtle Smith who is in training road. The matter was 'reffered to the old boys perhaps lor the last time. Biwtnv a a estwlklale for KvHtWTT there are one hundred performers in purchaser to give note with approved Drugs' CouwViluian. awtijot to the act lea of school for nurses at Norton Infirmary Water and Light committee. A. J. T'i'trp. .M?r. 1J 3 the - arena, tbe entire exhibition security bearing interest from date. DeBwcralic jttwty. at Louisville is at home for a three On petition of a majority of residencs being staged with a disregard of exOn real estate one third cash, balance Thos. A. Sholton, agent for Hurs Start right now, beforo iho cold We lire nmtarUod to announce T. T. weeks vacation with ber parents at of Fifth street an ordinance was passed pense which has never before been in three equal annual payments, weather comes, tq. kill catarrh germs Home Insnranco Co. Write me or phone Plenty of Oats OtviKiTiiK ns a oawJtdMe for Council- Kirksville. all kinds of That good. ice cream at Rami's If bearing interest at six per cent per 151 ring2. Union City, Ky. Mrs. Herbert Richardson and children requiring certain property owners of. (equaled. A big street parade will be annum. A lien will bo retained on and get rid of catarrh. Its the best lyr man. kuhjMd la Ue8 aetioa ef the Demo-cntu- c seeds at Mtmetive ylxn. Se us time. Ricci's ice croam is delicious. Everyof Waco, is spending a week with her that street to put down concrete given at 10KH) o'clock on tbe morning land to secure deferred payments. party. Breathe II YOMEI (pronounce it High-o-meWanted. one talks about it. Any flavor made hftttrf buying. We are xHltorM4 to actttottHGC Ta.lt parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Smith, at pavements. J. S. Butler, of the exhibition, at which time the B. L. Middloton guarantees it. S. Town a a eanJianle for CouBollman, Kirksville. Bids were received and contracts entire aggregation will be seen decked A farm of about 50 acres or loss near to order and deli vored promptly. Arnold fe SimmaM. rf Administrator of Thomas Butler. It is made of Australian eucalyptus, Mr. Bland Ballard, Chief Deputy in awarded for the laying of certain con subject u. ike aetiea ef the Democratic ' Richmond, Ky., well improved and on 13-thymol and other antisoptics, and beJ. B. chambers Auctioneer. the Collector's office at Danville, was in crete pavements in various parts of the out in their holiday attire. sides destroying the germs it soothes or near pike. I will pay cash or will the city last week attending the fair and We are aviltoriaeJ to amtotmce V. T. and heals the sore, raw mombranco and exchamro nronertv in n.twkins C- ohands with his numerous city mat naa oeen oraerea unaer a' Yanjrfcn a cMMtMate for Cettnailmaa to shaking prevents mucus from forming in the air Tonn My proporty conslsts of DwolHng n city administration before Mayor Rice friends. Mr. Ballard is a native THE. NEW Preoiftel, sub-jKasi passages, rtroeiiittthe aetioa Kh4 the Democraticc and enjoys a wide acquaintance and the present Council came into House, largo ware houso, livery and U) ef Breathe it a few times a day. It's an in his adopted county as well as his office. This closes up all of the orders triMr. easy and pleasant troatment and rosults sale stand, sixteen room boarding home county. house and restaurant, opera houso and for concrete pavements made under the are quick and certain. We are auifcoriaea1 to amoHee Itebt. Hon. interesting Gokton a r mitWtolc far to visitor Harvey Helm was an He is just former administration. HYOMEI is guaranteed for catarrh, black smith shop. I exchango any part at the fair Friday. asthma and catarrh deafness, or money or all of this property for a small refireaetii I'Miversttr Precise, subjeoi home from a very busy An ordinance was passed requiring session of the to Uie at the DsAosratic primary National Congress back. A complete outifit including near Richmond. Call or address Mr. H. U. Pickles to lay a concrete hard rubber inhaler, costs $1.00. Extra Ifarm Cross, Rogotsville, Tonn. P. O We are auUmriaed to aBROunce E. H. After enjoying three days at the pavement in front of his property on bottles if afterward needed cost but R)tHMi a cimliiiate for Councilman to 12 8t Box 23. Bourbon county fair, Mr. Laura Francis Broadway, he being the only one 50 cents. rearsMMH Kei K4 Preemot, subject to chaperoned Miss Nannie Chenault Clay oh this street not having a concrete lite act mm ( lite Democratic primary. and Miss Bedford Martin on an auto '"We are nuUtociBod to annoMce Emit party to the Madison county fair last pavement. The usual monthly expense bills were Loriach a ctndMete for Councilman to Saturday. ropeowi Ktt4 Kn4 Precinct, subject to m ssai .sasac bbbs Miss EmmaPowell, of Nicholas vllle, is allowed and ordered paid, after which to Kin of the Democratic primary. the guest of her sister, Mrs. B. M. the Council adjourned: We are Nuib&rUe4 to announce War- Lackey, on West Main street. ren Keuiiei a candidate for Ootmcilman Manager Baxter of the Grand Opera Mrs. W. F. Gregory, of Louisville, is t rurii'iti University I'reoioet, subHouse announces that he has just sign the guest of her daughter, Mrs. R. to ikt- cimm ef the DemoaraUc ject on Water street. Mrs. Million's ed contracts for the presentation here at call daughters. Misses Elaine and Virginia, early date of "Beverly of Graustark," We are a:ario4 to announce John who have been visiting their grand- an WHOLLY UNLIKE ALL OTHERS IN ITS CLASS jHi4i4aie for Coun oilman mother in Louisville, returned with a dramatization of George Barr E. Seui popular novel of the same to roriont University Preotaot, sub- Mrs. Gregory. UMtMFLU EN C ED BY ANY COMBINATION CF CIRCUS INTERESTS feed ject to in ciiwn ef the Democratic Mr. JohnMcCllntock, formerly of this title. Beverly is now in its third prosperous season and has proved one of the oily, but now of Huntington, W. Ya.., Ri fs visiting friends in the city. Mrs. most remarkable successes of theatrical of the World in Paris, history. Reports from the cities where When i ne4 ef IHaoks mi thing in McClintock, who is visiting week will join her husband for a end this company has played tell in glowing say ef its ham shoe Fanning Imple visit to Mr. and Mrs. Neale Bennett. terms the beauty of the scenic produc-:- , ment. lter?M6. Carriages, Wagons, Mas1-te- r Mrs. M. F. Dudley and grandson, An Arena Teeming With FLYING Rvfcfear tiros get priees from It. E. HORSES and 4uman Farms ia DarWilliam Wagers, have returned tion and capability of the cast. ing, Dangerous smi Difficult Dscds from a pleasant visit to her son, Mr.-- ' MiHor, Union City. Ky. f. T. P. Dudley and family, in Louisville. ; Former Rkhrnond Girl Mr. Dudley accompanied his mother.! " Married, home and will be at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jonah Wagers, on West Main Miss Ida Harvey, of Lexington, And street. Mr. W MeCttire. ef Danvftie, is the James W. Van Arsdall, of Columbus, Dr. M. M. Maupin has returned to Ind., were married in New Albany guenC ef fait Mttole. Dr. Jasper. Cincinnati after a visit to his mother; Mrs. B. H. Kealeleft this morning for Mrs. Cal Maupin. Thursday afternoon. The bride Ys a MartMHtville, Ind. daughter of Mr. James A. Harvey of CURIOUS TARTAR CENTAURS Mr. Ben F. Hurst was down from' Mr. Shnlb) JeU, Jr., left last week to Jackson to spend Sunday with his this city, and has been living tern enter the Itw Department of the Uni- family. Mr. Hurst has a contract to porarily in New Albany. The groom Is versity of Ywirima. Telephone 33 Main Street, West install a heating system in the new engaged in tho real estate business Mr. ami Mrs. Emit Lohrisch motored court house now under course of con in Columbus, where the couple --will te LouhivtUe yesterday where they will struction in the county seat of Breathitt. make their home. aUiHtd tbe meoting of the Bottlers Mr. B. M. Lackey has returned from AcfeooMiiuM. ad wiM also take in the New Partnership. a three weeks stay at Battle Creek, Suite Pair. Michigan. Mr J. D. Christopher tnd Huston Z. Mr. Earie MoDeugle and sister. Miss Mr. J. W. Mocre left last Tuesday for Stone have formed a partnership and Mane, ami Mnry Allen Deatherage. of with southwestern Texas on a prospecting will do all kinds of painting and paper Uieikmoud. sftent the week-en- d " trip. Mr Moore will return home the Miss Marj I(kss at Waco. M EVERY FIELD OF AMUSEMENT ENDEAVOR hanging. These gentlemen are thoroulast of this week. Mrs. T. C. Lawry and son, Zittle, of ghly acquainted with every detail of the Mrs. Ida Scott chaperoned three young nunlingtoM. W Ya.. have returned home a plensMHi visit to ber inters, ladies from Nicholasville to the fair business, and they sotlcit a- share of JWME OAKLEY after CAPT. BOGAROUS AMBROSE MEANS Mesdames '..itie and MoKinney, at dance. Tbey were Misses Mason and your patranage, guranteeing all work Sherley Tutt and Amanda Welch. Cwrtia LfetM Capt. O. D. Strnm Ywtc Buffalo Frad Bwmq Waco. turned out by them lo be first-clain Maud SttriMMfc HMMttMMI ISM Rosa Mr. L. B. Weisenburg, of the Mason every particular. Telophone 238, Mr. and Mr. K. V. Blder are in New York on a I we weeks business trip, & Hanger Co., was in tbe city last residence S47 Second street. 2t Mules Bulls BuffaiM week. Mr. and Mrs. Weisenburg are at buying new (foods. present located in Chattanooga, while Clay's Article. hadiaws Miss Xnil Dranelly, of Cincinnati, the above firm is engaged in several MR. QHARLES GANO. lias arrived take charge of the milli- railroad contracts along the Q. & C. in Mr. Green Clay has wrltteaa special-articlCowboys MUWamen nery departmoM' at K. V. Elder's. the Tennessee mountains. on "Tobaaeo Raislag to the 99 Mr. T. S. T44, who has contract for Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Davis, of Spears, Burley Belt" "for Cevatry Gaatlasian," oreoUim of a new court house at Jessamine county, and Mrs. Tbosaas the one of the largest BBgazlaes of tke JaekJkaa. whs hi home last week. Mr. Daugherty, of Valley View, were Todd is a mem'itr ef tbe City Council of Mr. and Mrs. Land last week for the kind in the country. The Curtis- PubFit Made was troeo: at the regular meeting fair. lishing Co., publishers of the Ladies attd Thursday nip in. Material Several of the local experts la asgliag. Home Journal and otUr popular i Mr. K. A. ItaTter, with her little son gave a fish fry at Lake Reba last Wed- -' augazlaet, ako publish the "Country Ueorge. wilt toave tomorrow for Bloom-iugtot- i. netday. Col. Tim O'Neal, the real Gestleman" fmi. tfc .articles are of III., to hfend a month with her champion fisherman, caught a Rice usual classy jtjritv siiiidn daughter. Mr K. L. Graves. string and his assistant also succeeded a kandftaaMnii rtastiratian, Mr, Mrs. Jito WhMmi and her nleee. Hiss in landing enough to supply food steed with & brand New Acsrecation of Classv Minstrel Stars. ,1 pdeG by Charley Gano tMia-Uon Anme Moore. h.i h of' Wiooliesier. art party, that enjoyed the fry ieimeaeely. Clay i haanalpfgawit a M Public Streets with JNew Dolls and n a4 thirty others. Tho Great Mantes: Marionette-Circt- i I Mai P. ml aeepOafc Jj artMk. Tba CUatas; Ky. guests oi MetHiaoies P. F. and R. G. Joe Giunshigltanl superintended t)i Transformation SceM 04 xooeriy. will pubUs sxtiato within iirtienon Tst isir daaoe lat Friday svinlaf at MUft Eluubeth WaKon, of AHaaaviUa. point The French October 2, 3 have a Tbe marriage of Miss Katherlne daughter of the late William H, J. Jackson, and Mr. William Franklin French, of this city, was olemlnizetl at o'clock Tuesday, at the residence of the bride's mother, in London, Ky., tbe Rev. D. Reed, of Paintsvllle, officiating, Dan Breck. fire, lightning, cyclone with tbe double ring ceremony. The tt bride was gowned In white chiffon and live stock insurance. and lace, over ttatjn, with a viel, and two-thirt- y signed his position and wilr n.':ifce in: business eUewhern Duri i' lus residence here Mr. Vuught has made many friends who will reirrei lo see Mm 1 nve Richmond. The best wishes or all will follow him to his new fiolu of The publisher? of the Climax will i.ave charge of the editorial and news columns of this paper, and hi.iie in h ive the encouragement and assisiai.ee ot its readers in making t ho paper even more interesting than under the able eui'or- ship of Mr Vaught. Mr. Steve Vaught, who. for year, has been kssicmt-Ittr max in the capaciu of eu for. 'lie lb" tia past,1 C1- I- re SUIT OPENING of one of the smartest lines out of New Don't to attend. ZSs Respectfully yours, Public Sale. Thursday, Sept. 28, $12.75 A WIIRLE ROQM FULL OF FURNITURE Arm Chair, Rocker, Reception Chair and Library Table $12.75 OWEN McKBJt 5UIT5 OPENING. W. P. H1GQINS, RICHMOND, KENTUCKY. JESSE COBB, itet-ree- s - t. General Auctioneering. SIU f men and the Heart of The Great and Truck lllO-callo- n PUBLIC SALE r Saturday, Sept. Tuesday, Sept. to-vi- t: HOUSE and LOT Absolutely Pure The only Baking Powder made from Royal Crape Cream ofTartar AKING POWDER ROYAL Young Tuesday, 5ept. 26, 1911, The Richmond Climax. host-tOrlr- Men ld "The Mio the Box," shovjou one-thir- d j I. S. STAMPER, 1 Rich-inoud,'K- y, m lf Hyomeifor Catarrh e, ADLEKS .J...qw" CLOTHES 2-- ai ), ln. Madi-sonia- AT RICHMOND BASE BALL PARK, Friday, September 22 Y0UMG 11 Kentucky Disc Drills We have just received a car m-i- ' WORLDS Buffalo WONDER te WILDWESr SHOW - pri-Mir- i'. The Dreams of Others Melted Into Substance PMritu Sht Hundreds of Stupendous Startling Sights load of Kentucky Disc Drills. Eefore buying and let us show you this drill. Only force drill on the market. Runs alike up hill and down when the hopper is full or almost empty. S t-- PERSONALS THRILLING RACES Oriental Horsemen Cossack Equestrians ROUGH RIDERS "STUPENDOUS!" SPECTACLES9 0. B. Shackelford 5 Co. ANNIE OAKLEY TYPICAL RIDERS FROM EVERY LAND Participants by the Hundreds Mmn and Wonfren Who Know Ho Failure Acting Educated Rangers Cingalese Vaqueros Cossacks Ibtraies ss tflria Trained Perfectly SUITS : Guaranteed. Fitted 5ee gu-sst- s MORE FEATURES THAN ALL WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13 GRAND OPERA HOUSE GIJIfR SHOWS COMBINED aa Si J. A. coburN's GREATER j MINSTREliS. ft VIGTOR SUITS to special order only. Style, and rivif a II lb. iwd7t Mrs. J. A. Moores, Rkhmond, S 1 226 Second 51, The Show That Gives Mote Than You Expect ii When You Vl.l u GET THE FIRST PICK OF THE NEW v smUi.iir .me u-- more comfortable. .,' , U. at ue Uint :i.mn f will make your difficult for most buy large quantities of hoUie furnishings oaoh year It js that Y..u will be ur prised, thoOjjh, how spring. Vmr roni bowmas attractive with new blutif vou mI.iw this plan of adding something Iw. every - Kali Suits SPEEDWELL SHOES THE BETTER KIND. We- strive always for something better for our our trad, and Speedwell Shoes are the result of our efforts for better footwear. We earnestly believe they are the best ever sold in Richmond for the price. They combine good looks with quality in the highest degree. We show them in fihe patent leathers, tans and gun metals, both in button and ace for dress-u- p wear; and some special Calf skin stock for extra hard outdoor - The longer we are in the clothing buiness, the more we are impressed with the fact that the best suits sell first. The most'artistic patterns, the richest ly by-ear- It Splondid Stock of New Up-to-Dale Furniture, Mattings and Rugs Rffndy for your selection now. colorings, the best fabrics, are invariably selected buyers. Early buyers also get the advantage of the styles while newest, as well as a full season's wear out of their suits. For these reasons, we ask you to come as early as convenient and let us show you the new Fall and Winter Styles in long-weari- ng service. AH they ask is a trial. Price. $3.50 and $4,00 KENTON SUITS. BENNETT and HIGG1NS UNDER AKING f Tnlr4n. I-CutT. i uatfc that it sortie i, i.. ,.r I ii 1. Citrtu-- J & CV., ciljr CoimtJr asd TaloU. and that Mid firm vrHt par VI. HIKMtKD lHfLLAHS far is. .f Catarrh that caveat be ..f ilall'a Catarrh Cte. FRAXK J. CHRNBY. In car . uijik . Music Pupils Wanted. am soliciting a class in piano and vocjiI music lessons to be given at mj Home on 2orth street. For further particulars apply to Miss Mary ray nor 1 lay nT A. D 1SS0. A. W. efASQN, Xwtatj- - 11Hc tafraaHr asd - and 4th. Suit opening at McKees Oct. 2nd. 3rd You'll find the Kenton make without a superior in the clothing world. Kenton fabrics retain their fresh, new appearance, and Kenton tailoring keeps its shape and style to the full satisfaction of the wearer. For the coming season Browns will hold first place with men of fashion, with Blues a close second. Both are shown in every conceivable shade and beautiful color scheme, in styles to please men of "ever . age and taste. Special models to fit all men; the stout and slim, long and short, chunks or regular we fit them all. Prices for Kenton Suits: -- HAINAN SHOES THE WORLD'S FINEST FOR MEN. Hanan Shoes are known the world over as the finest made for men. show them in all the newest styles. Wear them once, . We you'll always wear them. PRICES, $5.00, $5.50, $6.00. -- t. lu. I tcrtunonuU,- T . HIXET s I uilj & CO.. O. 75c. 111k far Nuatlpition. TMk Hon. Edwin Dr. M. f Dunn Specialist EYE. EAR, NOSE THHOAT Richmond, Ivy HoUSBKBBPIxe Um swvice of a RichNtoitri to leek after nephew of Senator W. O. Bradlev. spoke to a moderate sized audience at the Court House, Saturday afternoon last, in behalf of the Republican state tioket. There was very little enthusiasm, lie was introduced in a short neat speech by lion. C. C. Wallace. & Pigg's. Public Speaking. t. Morrow, of Somerset. $15, $16.50, $17, $18, $20, $22-50- , $25. Other Good Suits, $10.0 BEACON SHOES. We've sold them for years, and the demand grows every season. Good looking, very comfortable and durable. We strongly recommend them. Lace or button1 styles in the new shapes for the young fellows as well as broad, easy toes for older men. ) iim11 i.r.-i Pigg's Pure Apple Vinegar at Allman 12-t- f it ; juwl to extend corner of Iligh known methods which as the Crowe and Oak Streets,$3,350.00. property, for unukiuUI)" supeossful. Possession given November 1st. commiMtoo. Previous Good Fishing. v kiltie, bail Hat essential. with sare Htm. Address Messrs. Shojby Jett, Jan. P. Coy and .1 F. PavktHMiks, Good C. C. Cov snent last Thnrsrinv n Mr SSI Fourth Coy's fishing camp near Marble Creek, . bolow Valley View. The sport was fino 12-rl. City. and they caught all the fish, good sized ones too. thev wanted for immi.iliptr.iwi. irr, lightning, cyolene and all they could carry home. tf insunutee. lire, liiritutm. ey alone Conference Convenes. renewals Mr. J. H. Crawford has sold to Mrs. Uoy C. White tho house and lot on the to $12,500. PRICE, $3.00 AND $3.50. . sicial LI tf Covington and Banks aal9aCa3aaaXha2ELdVna2K2 Will i i.n-- xr bbl. t by the lead. conference of the was The first meeting of M. tf lo local in the State Iosirtaa; to make a fair til my I there- owing me on lei ill and mato settlement I waul my frie4s and iliai I mm willfog and . tliew ay services as KicUbkmmI. .i RrapaetfMlty. II. li. ii K.-- SaVNtM.IX. JH hold at the First Presbyterian church last night. In view of the fact that the Methodist church is undesgoing repairs tbe above edifice was offered to the Methodist brelheren. Tli e opening sermon of I lie .tfuronce was preached by Kev. O. J. Chandler. A committee mooting was hold Mon day night to examine the young appli-oant- s for tho ministry. Over two hundred delegates are expected to be present and Uichmond s hospitality, as usual, is up to its high standard. The public is cordially invited to attend all meetings, which will contiue over Sunday. E. Church, Sonih, the annual State Move to Texas. nolo will Public Sales. Within the next few weeks there will be several public sales of land, stock. farming impliments, household goods. etc., held in this county. We invite the attention of our readers to all these sales, advertisements of which will be found in this issue of the Climax. Saturday. Sept. 10 at 1:30 P. M. Hon. G. E. Lilly will sell household and kitchen furniture, house and lot on Big Hill avenue and many other things in his advertisement. enumerated Saturday, Sept. 10, 2 o'clock p. m., lots in Evansdale Addition. Sale made by Blue Grass Real Estate Co., Jesse Cobb. Auctioneer. Tuesday, Sept. 19, 10 o'clock a. m., sale of' Mrs. Pattie M. Hume's Blue Grass Farm,, made by . T. Ferriell, Real Estate Agent; Long Tom chenault. Auctioneer. Wednesday Sept. 20, 10 o'clock a. m , W. L. crutcher, Executor of W. t. Barnes, land and farming implements; Long Tom chenault, Auct. Tuesday Sept. 20, 10 'clock A. M. Long Tom chenault, stock, farming implements, household and kitchen furniture, crop of corn in shock, oak lumber, and his unexpired lease on land, I. M. Dunn, Danville.Ky. Auct. Tuesday, Sept. 20, lo o'clock ,. m., J. S. Butler, Admr., of Thos. Butler, deceased, farm with" dwelling, and all necessisary improvements, stock, farm ingimplements, etc.( J. B. Chambers, Auct. Thursday, Sept 23, 10 o'clock a. m., Andrew J. Broaddus offers small farm, well improved, stock, farming impliments, household and kitchen furniture. It is with much regret that we that Hon. Q. E. Lilly and family FREE REMEDY HELPS CHILDREN 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 yoa 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 np the child and soon it will be well again wonderful results have been secured with. Syrup Pepsin over night You can buy it of any druggist at fifty cents or a dollar a bottle, the latter being the family size, but you,' are invited to make a test of it first at the doctor's expense. Send him your address today and he will send you a free sample bottle direct to your home. Then when satisfied buy it of your favorite druggist. For the free sample address him. Dr. W. B. Caldwell. 402 Caldwell building. Monticello. I1L For' Sale. d Owen Taylor Dead. At his home near Union City, in this county. Thursday night at 10:30 o clock, Owen Taylor died in his seventy-fourt- h year. His death was not unexpected as lie had been in very poor neaiui ior more than a. year. Mr. Taylor was born and raised in Madison county and has always lived here. He was well known and highly thought of as a man and a citizen and had many mends ana relatives who will mourn his death. He was the last one of twehe children, all oMiis eleven brothers and sisters havins He preceded him to the great beyond leaves a wife and three sons and three II is sons are Shelby and daughters. Tom, both of this county, the latter of whom lived with his father.and Turner, of Illinois. His daughters are Mrs. H. F. Todd and Mrs. Wm. Jett, both of Union City, and Mrs. Al. Williams, of Hed House. Mr. Taylor had long been a membor of tho christian church at His funeral services were Union City. conducted Saturday morning at his laic homo by Elder Owen Young, thence his "burial in the Richmond cemetery. mm WhHe Leghorn ' ( i jMat eW fnithien- if ttCttH 81 6MD, C. W. CoWj. It Red Iloirse, Ky shortly remove to Texas to live, temporarily at least. Both Mr." and Mrs. Lilly have been in poor health for some time and they have reluctantly decided to leavo Richmond and seek a ditferent climate. They have decided to go to San Antonio, Texas. Mrs. Lilly and the children will go at once in order that the children may enter school at tiie beginning of the fall term and Mr. Lilly will follow as soon as he can arrange his business. The best wishes of the Climax and of our entire community go with them, a hope too that they may both regain their health in the Lone Star Stale and ngain return and make their home with us. ulomobiles Painted. ! Announces for County Attorney. for any office within their gift. Judge, Greenleaf has made an excellent city Judge, and those who have followed his official career cannot but point with pride to this officer as one of the faithful public servants who deserves credit for the decrease of lawlessness in the city. While on the bench Judge Green leaf has been positive, yet free from arrbgance, and those who have suffered tho infliction of law at his hands can only speak of him as a just and prudent official. He is a graduated the University of Virginia Law school, class of 1902, and his emminent ability as a lawyer leaves no doubt as to his qualifications to faithfully and legally discharge every duty connected with tho office of couniy attorney. He solicits and will appreciate the support and influence of every Democrat in Madison county. In this isue of the Climax Prof. H. II. Brock announces himself a as candidate. jies and Vehicles of all subject to tho action of the Democrat nf a paiaier of lone ex- Mr. J. W. Zarlng Joins Silent party, for School Superintendent of I who understands his Majority. Madison County. Prof. Brock was P- icos as low its eeitsisloHt born at Union City, this county, was work. Give me a trial. is No death of recent years has caused educated in the schools of Lexington, and Hi.'. HiiMlcMiithhaf such sorrow as that of' Mr. and was graduated from Transylvania liranckes. James W. Zaring, which occurred last U.iivorsity, at Loxington, in 1893. He 12-t- f lames A Meores Friday morning at one o clock at his residence on Lancaster avenue, after a taught two years at Rogersville, this It) The Home5eeker brief illness of heart trouble. Six years county, after which he was a teacher in go Mr. Zaring suffered a long and the caldwoll High School of this city, or Investor. serious attack of typhoid fever,--whictlion Principal and Superintendent of Fruit farms, steek farms, disease left his heart in a weakened the same for soveral years. He has ( otNbicwuoi ms, farms, condition, and while a sufferer at all HUek lands Prairie times, his death came as a shock to his had every variety of public school teach family and friends. Deceased was sixty- - ing and active supervision of teachers lands, at right proas and six years old and was a native of Shelby for years. Prof. Brock is Democratic Some fine eeteftlaalton county, but has mado Richmond his Come to Owen McKee, Richmond Iei ns tell you about homo for twenty years. During this in his views and asks'the support of the Ky. for dry goods and notions. Others period he had gained a strong hold on I Democrats of this county, basing his lie Stegw Land Co., tf the affections of our people. la busi- claims not 'only on his Democratic do and why not you. St ness, private, religious and fratornal principles, but upon his Meets Thursday. circles he was ever the same quiet, unonderful Offer. to fill the dutios of the assuming gentleman, admired by old The Kantucky division of the United year of unusual i impaigH and young alike for his high sense of office. "Beverly of Graustark." Confederate Veterans will hold its annual everyone will want to character. His every day lifo, as he Manager A. G Delamater is issuing a moved in and out among his fellowmen Lost on Ue srfairs of the reunion at the Confederate 'Home, Kr ni ucky. The Climax has handsome pictorial souvenir of "Beverly was always the same, and acted as a Handbag containing $4.50 in monsy Pewee Valley, September 14" and the .il iirnuigemants with the Those desiring one sweet benediction to all who came in and pair spectacles, between old Harris Orphan Brigade will hold its annual of Graustark." Mi:il and IjOMtsville Post to contact with him. Mr. Zaring was may leave name and address with Mana- head of the well known firm of J. the brick yard and ijaKo Heba. Jnnuor gathering at the same time and place. ipt-rW. the Cli- -' lo readers to this olllco and receive ger Baxter, at the Opera House, and Zaring Grain & Mill Co., which indus please return The programme for the reunion has redneed prioes. For reward .v I'ourier Journal will be try, under his careful direction, has receive the souvenir by mail. been issued. There will be many of the ii until after the November grown to enormous proportions. lie He's Popular. 'Old Confeds" present, including a "-was a loyal member of Uichmond Jones Farm Sold. "7 .."' r Tho Cynthiana Democrat in speaking large number from this county, all of Knights Tomplar. Mr. Jonah Wagers purchased Wedlie sent daily, from new t ' a posi" " "6oi Willis. Funeral services were conducted Sat of the Teacher's Institute of Harrison whom fought with Morgan. The home 1 hn nhilit V wh ch t. . Atlnrnov with J nesday at public auction the farm of urday at eleven o'clock at tho residence county hold there last week saysr-"Th- e lection tn addlli n to the I W U IIcharacterized his ...w administraat Powee Valley is one of the most two week were made Ac Our readers last ae whole year. Take ad-- ii has as a servant of the city of Rich Joe t. Jones, near Silver Creek, paying by Rev. E. B Barnes, of tho christian Harrison uounty xeaciior s lnstituto tf tions Mr. Collins has always been an quainted with the serious condition of for same $70.01. Tho farm comprises church, of which he was a member, held its animal session of five days at finished in the South and has proven a extraordinary offer. mond. chenault Willis" eyes. He is in Cincinwhich the remains were taken to the city school, beginning on Monday, great help to the old Soldiers who ardent worker in the Democratic party nati under tho care 6f Dr. Sadtler. The 233 acres and is a very desirable pieco after home Shelby ville, in a special Aug. 21st. 1011. There was an enroll fought for the lost cause and have For 5ale. gentleman of highest character orjoralion of removing his right eye in of property. A lot of stock was sold at his old and is a car attached to the regular 1:30 L. & N. ment of 72 teachers, SO of whom aro indigent. four aires from VaTley unit refutation and has as high standing the Taint hope of saving his leltono was the same time and brought good prices. rain, and were accompanied by the engaged in teaching in the public become v member of the Richmond bar. If to have been performed on Friday of pall bearers, who were members of Mrs. schools of the county. Everyone assign litteks, Aie and two ns .in Mr. Collins pledges to enforce Advertised Letters. eleoted last week. On Wednesday, however. Lone Tom Chenault conducted the sale. Zaring's Sunday school class, and about ed topics responded readily when called .tii on all laws without fear or favor. He will Dr. Sadtler decided that it must be done thirty members of Richmond com m un upon, anu some excellent papers were 1. H. Botts, Fallinger & Burns Co. Madison Fair A Success. Luther Davis, appreciate the supportof every Democrat at once and operated that day. . Mr. der)-another friends. Mrs. Zaring's read, and many helpful talks were made Miss Lethia Clark, Miss Fannie Crow, Willis failbful wife, who had been at in Madison countv. R 1. 10, Lexington, Ry. Sunday school class is composed of bv teachers and others. Prof. E. C. Prof. E. C. DeWitt, Mr. W. E. Dozter, From every standpoint the forty-fift- h first, was present his bedside from tho young men and it is quite a hMcDougle of Richmons i Normal School Mr. Clarence Hawkins, Mrs. Nannia . i. . .i .. Mrs. J. B. Willis, of annual exhibition of the Madison County eignt his mother. iuiu figure so jusiruuiuu mu uiaiuuiu in uu .1.1. uuu his aunt. Miss Ann Fair Association was a success. The coincident that all shouldlast respects satisfactory manner, and the teacbttrs Holland, R. N. Horn, Mrs. Rose crab Orchard, and prominently in paying their Condensed Statement of the DeJarnett, of this county joined mm on attendance was good and the class of to this gentle, good man. As stated were unanimous in declaring it the bust Hughes, Mrs. Mollie Ledford, Mrs. rhiirsrtav. Since the onoration. he nas was equal to that of any above, six members of the class were Institute ever held in Harrison county. Bessie Lorens, Mrs. Jennie Messer, improved beyona tne nopes 01 uh stock exhibited and requested the Superintendent to physician now says fair held in Central Kentucky this pall bearers, the otherL. two, Roscoe secure tho services of Prof. McDouglo Mr. J. E. Mercer, Mrs. Earlam McCann friends, and his & A. was at of the any doubt but that he season. A new feature, which has not Reeves, engineer guided there is scarcely RICHMOND. KY. throttle and the engine that for the 1912 Institute. This was done 2533; Mrs. Gusta Mullins, Mrs. Susie will recover entirely and nave perieci teen considered by the fair associations the carried thu remains to thoir final rest before the instructor left town, as we Phowell. Mrs. John A. Robinson, Mess, 1. His many eye. 191 vision with the left ing place, and W. M. Witt, dispatcher found that ail his time for next year rnlniives arid Jriends will rejoice to for many years, was the poultry show for the same road, directed tho train. had been taken but two weeks, so he Sandlin & Sparks, Miss, Sarah Stewart, and the idea: of recognizing this valuable J. C. Smith, Mr. J. II. Taylor, Mrs. know this, and thus it was possible for every mem will be with us in 1912." asset of tbe farm was not amiss, as the ber of tho class to figure conspicuously Florence Thorpe, Mr. W. M. Turner, RESOURCES. Champ Clark at Lexington display at the fair last week proved to in the final ceremonies of the departed. Called Meeting of Federated Mrs. Alice Wearen, Miss Mennie .$315,449 93 Woods. Hon. Champ Clark, speaker of the be one of the most interesting of tbe Arriving at Shelbyville A- an escort from Clubs. Solomon Iiodge F. & 2,283 60 - M'.r met the Overdrafts O. Wallace, P. M. House of Representatives and promin- many attractions on exnibition. it was remains, and as the shades of even.ng Mrs. Thos. Jotferson Smith. President ns' Democratic candl with reluctance that many of the dir- feu all thut was mortal of this beloved oftho Slate Federation of clubs, called 53 VllblJ U, S. Bonds I J00,000 00$4J7,733 family lot. of the of laid to of the United States, 7,000 00 date for President by the State University ectors were induced to undertake the man, were, servicesrest in thocrave being a meeting meet at Federated clubs) ion Banking House at the this city to the Elk's hall task of organizing a fair company, as Masonic has been invited conducted by Past Master J. Blumer, of Wednesday atternoon of last weak, I. B. Walker 64,531 27 Due from Banks Lyceum to deliver an address in Lex the season was so far advanced and that city. The floral offerings were the The objecUof the meeting "was to con ington. He has accepted and Oct. 7, many thought il would be folly to at' most gorgeous ever seen in this city. sider the entertaining of the Federated 5.000 00 Due from U. S. Treasurer push to a fine tempt his devoted wife, Clark 100,938 13 fixed as the date. Mr.man of is. a and tion a to gotton successful termina Besides Alien of Shelby who was Miss officers of the State. Miss Belle Bennett 31,406 86 up on sucn snort Mattie county, Mr. was made chairman and Miss Julia tair vast speaker, and Is a sucnotice. The fair, however, was was decided, to will cess. Good premiums were paid,a good Zaring is survived by four children Higgins secretary. It and Wednesday, .$525,671 66 varied attainments and his address Messrs. Allen Zaring, of this city, liowen entertain on Tuesday Total be well worth hearing, nis subject has attendance had, and everybody who Zaring, or .New Yorir, and Louis Zaring, October 3rd and 4th. Upon arrival, of LIABILITIES. not been announced yet but will bo one were so fortunate as to be present spoke of Chicago- - and Mrs. Jonu D. Allen, of the uuests, a buffet luncheon 'will be had .$100,000 00 of his great Chautauqua addresses and in highest terms of those who meet- Carlisle All were here when the end given-a- Sullivan Hall, by the Domestic Canilal trwi-- tcharge of the management of the came excopt Bowen, who could not be Science Class of theormal school. In lines. not ing. Especially is great credit due the located m time to reach home for tho the.evenlng thera wllfbe a musical' at - $60,000 00 Jrplus Fund President, D. A. XcCord, asd tbe Sec funeral the home of Mrs. U. B. Hanger. 'On Croup Proves Fatal. 220 00 retary, J. L. Crntcher. for thir unceas Interest and Discount to these bereaved ones the tender the following day the guests wjllKbe r as on fheir shoulders rested sympathy of an entire community goes taken in- automobiles to Berea, where son 67,595 94 Thomas Hopper, the 7 37554-r- Tax Fund responsibility of the success or out, and those nearest and dearest they will bo entertained by ' Mrs. Dns- Hopper, died the to him mourn not alorie. There is moro, wno is one me caaie- - oiucnrs. 95,400 00 of Mr. and Mrs. Harry on Bybeo Row failure of the meeting. Circulation tear and it sigh for tho life which has. There was little lo do In the way! of Saturdax at their home .x just closed and the state which gave naming oi me various coinmuiees, .tqese 251,928 91 Merry Go Round. Deposits, Individual after a protracted Illness of bronchial him birtli now guards his ashes and a having boon selected in advance by airs, croup. Interment took place Sunday n 10,746 8J- -r 262,675 72 Co., who afforded weeping oounty mourns his loss. Above Smith, tho State President, and Sirs. The Banks, In Richmond cemetery. so much amuse meet at the Fair last his mound during their remainingjrears Banks, tho state becretary. With jpe Local and Long Distance ...XJ525.671 66 ml his friends and loved ones, for whom unitett euort oi too nve t euonueu ciuds week with their Total W. W.Briaddus &on have cxcellen t Eagle Swing, have deidd to Telephone S3 wo gladly leavo in tfialr la his love Itnew no bounds, will scatter of city, Vm. facil-itta- t CM mm drop affections hands Richmond's reputation forholi'pl- for .storage. Bring- - in your K.kKoad aaettatr week, latlhw at fragrant , (towers Business Solicited and Every CMrMV tmm yMT granada-- . glaWIW tf wheat. IWf WIWKIIaalf OUT' ftoKRT wide-iprea:! i i " superior-qualifications H se-en s o-- f 13-tCom-mandeit-' I am hi Third St.Automobiles, trtM pre-;in- d In today's Climax will be found the formal announcement of Judge J. J. Greenleaf for county Attornoy of Madi- son county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. Judge Greenleaf is well and favorably known to every voter in Richmond and has also a wido and pleasant acquaintance in every section of Madison county, no comes from a Democratic family, his father, Mr. J. E. Greenleaf, cashier Southern National Bank, this city, being one of our most widely known and progressive citizens. Judge Greenleaf mado his advent into politics six years ago, at which time he was nominated by tho Democracy of City Attorney T. H. Collins Richmond as their standard bearer fof police judge, and his subsequent elecAnnounces for County tion to a second term on his splendid Attorney. record as a servant of the citv, has Elsewhere in The Climax will be placed him boforo the public as an found the announcement of City Attor-lorne- y official worthy the support of his party Thomas H. Collins for County Attorney of Madison couniy, sub For Rent ject to the action of the Democratic nanv. Mr. Collins takes this action at Having decided to discontinue housesolicitation of many voters from the various sections of the county who keeping, I wish to rent my dwelling on have prevailed upon him to enter into Second street. House is in good repair, all necessary out buildrooms-wit-h an active campaign for the nomination etc. for this important olllco. He is one of ings, stable, good pasture, pardon, cow. the most promiuent farmers in Madison I also have for sale Al Jersey milch f countv and is now serving his second Apply to T. J. Mobcrly. term as City Attorney. Mr. Collin's cxnerienceasacitv official places him Good News From Chenault Death Removes One of Richmond's Most Beloved Men Haivey H. Brock For School Superintendent W. O. PARK, WITH PINNELl-McMULLE- N LIVE STOCK COMMISSION CO KANSAS CITY STOCK YARDS, Quotes prices of stock and feeding cattle as follows: Good Good Good Good Good Good Good . $5,50 5.00' 4.75 5.50 4.85 4.25V JL35V to choice to choice, to choice to choice to choice to choice to choice fleshy steers, 1150 to 1200 lbs stock steers, 850 to 1000 lbs yearling steers steer calves, 7 to 10 months old heifer calves, 7 to 10 months old 1 and 2 year old stock heifers stock cows, 3 to 5 years old . $4.90 4.40 4.25 4.75 4.40 3.35 3.50 Courses leading to Elementary State Certificate, Intermediate State Certificate, Advanced State Certificate (this certificate becomes a Life Diploma). All these certificates are valid in all Public Schools in Kentucky. Special Courses, Review Courses. Tomos Free to Appodtkb3 Two splendid Dormitories, New Moded Schoool, Tew Manual Training Building, Practice School, Fall Term begins September 12. lflll. Students can enter to advantage at any time. Address J. C. CRABBE, Pbbsidxot, Eastern Kkstuckt State Normal, Richmond, Kestvcey. A TRAINING SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS. il WALL PAPiti up-to-da- l'n 1 T Mad ison National Bank. I have a big line of Wall Paper which I will sell at greatly reduced prices, in order to make te room for next season's goods. September Very truly, -- a .RICHMOND, Tandy Eads KENTUCKY . - An Easy Mark. You cannot miss it! There are more dollars in real estate y than ever before for the investor. Our properties are all choice, restricued and right in the direct line of improvement. Approved lots for business or residences. Selectlist of stores and houses to rent or iease. Telephone, write or call to-da- t along-politic- four-year-o- ing-labo- - Bluegrass Real Estate Company, INCORPORATED. Prico-Jckso- merry-fro-roua- d' r. mmmt rIn 2-- ad or je Richmond, Ky iWhy We Recommend TflBfiaeEfote, -- A nVC live r Overlook The Two Best Kentucky farmer has in regard toteeUinr wheat'lnstead of corn. Wheat is "how cheaper than corn, and it is said by those .who have tried it to bo much better-feed,' but there are some lanners n iw selling their wheat and at the same time buyin com to feed at a greater price per bushel. Kesides being a really feed, value pound for pound, there are four pounds more in a bushel of whent than in a bushel of corn. It is said thai wheat put In water at niglu to soak until the next morning for feed is far better for hogs than corn in any form, and. now Hint it is cheaper than corn,' farmers should certainly make the very best of the situation and give the feeding of wheat trial. A prominent the following to say IP - - sr. to ve as COSTS'. Hoosier VSa r -- Vw ni iu 4 HI a. - l'i - IaOka JfJ W -- rur M.' l it 1 M7S it -- .TONS 17 I Pi ELDER DRY GOODS AND E. V. Edna May, tho great show mare by Mrs. Richard Tasker f.owndes. arrived in Danville from Lexington last week and is doing as well as could be expected. She was foundered during the Dluegrass Fair at Lexington. Mr. Mat Cohen fed her at night and after she was through eating placed a muzzle on her. The next morning he found her trough filled with corn and oats and her muzzle off. She came nearly dying from the over eating. It is thought that poison was placed in the feed. A heavy .reward has been offered for the capture of the guilty party. According to reports from every section of the county the tobacco crop this season in Madison so far, is the best in years. The recent heavy rains worked woaders in bringing out the plants, which were about dried up. In the Poosey section, there is ono of the best crop in many years, and as there is a shortage in acreage this year, it is safe to say that 15 cent tobacco will prevail, if not higher. In some sections cutting will begin this week. If the cutting, housing and stripping go thru without mishap, there will be a fine quality of the weed on the local breakes this year grown in Madison. FOR SALE BY Douglas Simmons & Deatlierae Second Street Telephone 20 NOTIONS tiip tile strenjjui i ,aC -- About Your Plumbing every plumbing fixture you install shall be of proven sanitary worth. Your closet combination particularly should be efficient in the highest degreerleasy to keep clean, and have a perfect water seal to prevent the entrance into the house of sewer gas. The Hurley tobacco crop of Kentucky, which last year was estimated to be 300,000,000 pounds, will not amount to mote tan" 50,000,000 this year, it is believed. The great shortage is due to It is important that 1 r DeSS nnarent. threads strengta (gJHhdyJime, comes in beautiful new colors that will preserve their lustre and sheen, thanks to Wunderdye, which does not harden the fabric as most dyes do and which is permanent besides. We cannot assert too strongly that is the best value we know of in 25 cent hosiery and it is sold on a four months guarantee that removes all element of risk as to satisfactory wear. We have it in 35 cent grades also, (three pairs to a box for $1.00) single pairs 35 cents. the worst drought in thirty years, hailstorms, which recently damaged or destroyed growing crops and the failure ol hundreds of farmers who were members of the Burley Society to plant tobacco this year on account of the large amount of the pooled crops of other years still unsold. n r trr m ft Uniform From our experience with jjjfteaje&! we know you will never wear any other kind if once you try this celebrated brand. Try it on our recommendation. Made only by ChaUaH&oga Knitting Hills CHATTANOOGA, rkers ".i.r. euarantee k 5 Joe Bales has purchased the following bunches of fat cattle in the last twe weeks: From M. C. Covington 130, averaging 1,450 lbs at W.00; from Alex Qibbs 120, averaging 1,375 at $0.00; from W. F. Parkes 53, averaging 1,426 at $0.00. Mr. Bales is one of the shrewdest buyers in the country and one of the best judges of good cattle. Do you appreciate the importance of having your work done right? Standard" plumbing fixtures and our workmanship insure plumbing perfection. Richmond Heating & Plumbing "StewfenT "Vitrite" Clotet COMPANY, niIK"t. rsrahflfi&WxU wear any any ?se,. 113 irnaas And in aumweai w"b- ;.Ifnr you "Tj,; well make, itm. J. R. McKinney shipped a bunch or m Richmond, Kentucky. 3 HI J 1,500 pound cattle to Pittsburg a few days ago which were as fine a Jot as has been raised in the county in sometime. 78 fat cattle, Mr Parmer. Make yoer heme as modem lor vour familv as a citv ret Mti ptaee yoareelf in a poeitieH to get the latest market quotations at f tho. Tbis car be aeeemplfebeti by means of oar telephone service, when vm aul yMr Mifabor can gut for a Bam that is small compared with the ben- e MMived. Call or a4drtee nearest office or write direct to headquarters ior information regarding oar special "Farmers" Lines rrt H at prosoat you are not enjoyiHc telephone service, we can immediately Merest yoa, jQm lines cover the States ot Ken tacky. Tennessee, MississirP !Lafi4aa an4 tle Soathem pottioa o( Indiana ami Illinois. M Rural Telephones or See W. W. Broaddus & Co. for all Benton and Evans shipped last week which they purchased kinds of storage. from Thomas Baldwin at 5 4 cents. Any skin itchinsr is a temper-teste- r. the more you scratch the worse it . . I vui3 anu Druises may do healed in Itches. Doan's Ointment cures piles. d about the time required by eczema any skin itching. At all drug the usual treatment by applying Cham stores. berlian's Liriiment, It is an antiseptic causes such injuries to heal' without maturation. This liniment also relieves soreness of the mucles and rheumatic pains. For sale by Stockton & Son. 2-- tf 3-1 one-thir- A Rare Beauty every gem in cur tine eolliu-tioof jewels is, and their rich color and brilliancy and unique and exquisite setting make them fit gifts for a Queen. We have everything that ia new and novel in pins, rings, ear screws and drops n Public Sale OF at prices that are remarkable for their low figurp Another Cause. "Cardui Cured Me" ' "lk. TaB8e, J ' EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE CO.,. IncorporarSd For nearly ten years, at different times, Mrs. Mary Jinks of Treadway, Tenn., suffered with womanly troubles. She says: "At last, I took down and thought I would die. I could not sleep. I couldn't eat I had pains all over. The doctors gave me up. I read that Cardui had helped so many, and I began to take it, and it cured me. Cardui saved my lifel Now, I can do anything." WHEN painted wm j, your residences a store buildings need and papered, or decorated in any see me about it, as I am prepared to do all kinds of .d G. C. Sale & Co ordAre the largest er buyers oi cattle, hogs, sheep, Iambs, and calves at the Cincinnati Union Stock Yards. Consign your slock to them and receive the highest market prices. all-around CARDUI Womanllbnic Painting, Decorating and Paper Hanging. such as I invite 3ou to inspect at all times heiug npf))iei vn yjpur house, etx?f" Also, I will KpfirecijUe a slre f ytfer patronage, and promise you in return for same honest work and materials. Very respectfully yours, xcf?jH Ik-fo- re I will use jioUting in the way of materials, on ?your nrk W, S. Norris. H. L PATRICK DENTIST or suffer from any of If you are weak, tired, worn-ou- t, to weak women, such as headache, the pains peculiar feelings, pains in arm, side, hip backache, dragglng-dow- n symptoms of womanly trouble, you or limbs, and other should try Cardui, the woman's tonic. Prepared from perfectly harmless, vegetable ingredients, Cardui is the best, remedy for you to use, as It can do you nothing but good. It contains no dangerous drugs. It has no bad Ask your druggist He sells and recommends Cardui. after-effec- ts. The buffalo gnat has been fixed upon by Henry Carman, a Government bacteriologist and entomologist, as tho cause of the mysterious disease, pella gra, which has been spreading in the mountain regions of Kentuoky. Mr. Garman has been conducting investiga tions into the cause of the disease in Whitley county, where the pellagra cases are most numerous and has been aided in his researches by Dr. Grim, a Government expert. Just how the gnat communicates the disease is not known. dui twin scientists believe they are on the right track and eventually will find a cure for the disease,, which so far has baffled physicians who have had it under observation. The buffalo gnat exists in great numbers all through the South. Several new cases of pellagra have de veloped in the mountain districts, but no new victims have been found in the three State asylums. Blue Grass Farm I will sell at public auction to the highest bidder, on the premises, on F. J. YEAGER Tuesday, 5ept. 9, ' 1 1 1 Foley's Kidney Remdey. (Liquid) Is a great msdicine of proven value for both acute and chronic kidney and bladder ailments and for annoying urinary irregularities. It is especially recommended to elderly people for its wonderful tonlo and reconstructive qualities, and the permanent relief and comfort it gives them. u. Mclttnneil 117 Catharine N. Y.. says: "Five bottles did tho work for me most effectively and beyond doubt Foloy's Kidney Kemedy is the most reliable kidney medicine ever made." Stockton & Son. Wrtttto: Ladies' Advisory Dept. Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chattanooca. Tens., for SpecLzl Instracliotts. and se book. "Home Treatment for Women." tent fret. J M . w Street 9, Richmond, Ky Paint Lick, Kentucky Crown, Bridge and Inlay work a Specialty. Office in Bank Building. Betsy's Pointers "I have never seen a. nr., a tract of land containing ISO acres more or less, situated on the Speedwell turnpike in Madison county, Ky., about '.1 2 miles from Richmond. The farm is located in one of the best neighborhoods, and adjoins the farms of T. D. Chonault, Harvoy Chenault, O. It. Barnett, T. M. Baldwin and the lands belonging to the estate of J. W. Caperton. s blue grass land, lays his is fine and fronts directly upon the pike. Has upon it a well built tobacco barn and a crib of 250 barrels capacity. given immediately Possession will be upon compliance with terms of sale. d cash, balance in ERMS three equal, annual installments, for which notes shall be oxecuted, to bear 0 per cent interest from date. But the intorest on these throe several notes shall be dua and payable annually, and if not paid then, shall become part of the principal. The title is perfect, and deed will be made, retaining lien for payment of notes, when tho first payment is made. Tho purchaser will be allowed the priv ilege of paying one or all the of tho notes at any time. MRS. PV IE M. nUME. Long om Chenault Auctioneer For further paticulars address Mrs. Pattie M. Hume or J. T. Ferrell, Richmond, Kentucky. at ten o'clock The Wonder of the Age How Bill Led ford sells goods so cheap. TVhen in town dorf't fail to see the new first-clas- 10-ac- 5, 10 and 25 cent Store Opposite Elder's. We are headquarters for 5, 10 ami 35 eent goods I 5 conts you can buy many items that ordinarily soli for a dime FlT '.' cents you get valuos worth up to a quarter. We have everthirj Enameled Ware, Tinware, Imported China. Glassware, Wooden Brushes. Cutlery, etc., ami every price marked in plain figures. Bus ' household goods here and SAVE MONEY Ono-thlr- 5, 10 and 25c Store 239 W. Main Street, McCann Building Third Public Sale As executor of the late W T. Bartes, the undersigned will 03 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 0U3 Hides Judiciously New Tailoring Shop J, B. Stoutfer has reopened a first class shop. Suits made loordcr made at home byvexperiened Tailors. . Over J. 000 samples to select from. -- Cleaning andPressing.&y TaibrsV-- ' Lackey & Todd Telephone 62 . The Home of Low Prices and Square Dealing ' George Marischen, Cutter y Also large line of ready made Odthingf rats and. Furnishing Goods ?at 'reduccdr'r pnee. : -- j,RST0UFF r There is no condUionsntlachcd to this offer, if you are suffering with hives, prickly leat, insect bites, or any olhcr Bkin Affliction, wo want you to accept with'our compliments & free bottle of ZEMO, the cToan liquid rcmody for cc Ecma, and all diseases of the skin and scalp. This free bottle is not full size, but it is large enough to show you the wonderful healing and soothing offects of ZEMO. Call today for your sample bottle of ZEMO at Perry's Druff Store. 3 Fire, Life, Accident and Health Insur ance. The very best old lino Companie f, Wh. S. Broaddus, Apt. t-- Hives and Prickly Heat Relieved Free. t 222 West Main Street. "I have a word of confidence in Chamberlain's Cough Remedy "for I have used it wRh perfect success," writ Mrs. X. I. Basford, ToelMvilto, Md. FarMkbrStoktoa&8on. The farm is in a good state of cultivation, has plenty or stock water, and is a very desirable home. At the same time and place I will sell one family horse, 1 buggy, a new set of harness, a feather bed, bolster and pil lows, some bed clothes, one Opera House Building: hand grip, one plow, two sets trunk, a of block and tackles, one sled, one digger., a dirt shovel, a lot of carpenters tools nearly Money to Loan on Good Farm new: ana a tewotner articles of personal paoperty. Sale begins at 10 o'clock A. Lands. M. Terms mads known on day of sale. ' The Northwestern Mutual Life InW. L. Crutcher, surance Co., will loan money at 5 per Executor of W. . Barnesi cent interest on sood Improved farm Long Tom Chenault, Aucf 3t lands on Mortpe. Dan Brock, fire, lightning, cyclone Apply to J. C- Chenault, Atty. and live stock insurance. tf Richmond, Ky. ! ; ! Dyspepsia, is our national ailment. Digestion and Assimilation. Burdock Blood Bitters is the national It is not tho quantity of food taken cure fee iu It stfMftheas stoma but the axnountdfgcsted and a similated BiNateisM.' Bromotua flow of d:eestiv that gives strength and vitality to the juices, purifies the blood, builds yon system. Chamberlain's Stomach and up. Liver Tablets invigorato the stonach If you are going to have a prty bavt and liver and enables them to perform Jtieclaake your brick ere is in that their functions naturally. For sate by !leliei&M naaaer. tf Stockton & Son. ' Bby won't suffer fiive wiantes with Diarrhoea is always more or less pre- croup if you pjly Dr. Eek-tl- e September. Be prepared valent during Oil at one. It acts like mugie. for it. Chamberlain's Colic. CmIct foe pain Dr. TbswM and Diarrhoea Hewed y is prompt wr.i strong effectual. It can always be ikMattt Kai- upen ami is pleasant to take. Far a&k XMa ivtr A household rat edy . by Stockton & Sou. ia AjMriMk far tS lf a woman with ffood sense but w had Wednesday Sept. 20th, 1911, sell at auction on the premises about 5 beauty enough to make her- miles west of Richmond on the county road leading from the Crutcher pike to self highly agreeable. If you Newby, the. tract of land Jowned by containing the said Barnes at his wish to see faces light up with about 115 acres of land.death, this land is On a joy and satisfaction just drop a comfortable residence, and No. 1 good, stock and tobacco barn, other necone of the best cisessary in among the customers at terns in the county and some fruit trees. s, Spent Money is" That Put Into Homes Bocauso dollar for dollar we do not believe on Rubber and all kinds of metals and scrap iron. Bring what you have ! T TtAVB !?(-- ATK WTR anything else earth that brings the same there-i- Best Braces for fences, Water Tanks, etc., and any kinds Repairs for all kinds of Machinery. o1 pleasure as a home. And again, M. RICHMOND by investing right here in your homo community you are dealing in values you understand and with people you know; hence ths risk of loss is completely eliminated. What you dont jnow about lumber we are hen to tell you and we may be able to help you avoid many of the mistakes that are frequently made in tho selection of lumber unsulted lor different purposes. Somo luniber is O. K. for outside uses and ioot worth a cent for interior fiuistjj and vico verssT-Wknow just what is best for most purposes una have it in stock to show you. Drop la and let's talk it over WIDES Phone 363 KENTUCKY BEAR IN MIND That our grocery is one of the most complete to be found anywhece, and our service is unsurpassed. Telephone your order. Our stock of field seeds is the best in the county. We guarantee them, Try us with an order and you will always be a cus: : : : : : tomer. "Tim's Todd-Ewar- ds nW Ub hat. Thos' D. B. McKinney S accessor ciM4i to Tate & Sob dvil. Lumber Cc Telephone 35 L. Main Street