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W&H I''i t IW A m TLX.. xm m i w When, vou want PnntinSf and don't jknow bov&t should be done consult us r : r - ' RJCHMONDrM&DISON "Common Colds Must be Taken-Seriously COUNTY, f KENiyKX 4 T NUMBER 14 :3 L. R. BLANTON, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Goal, Feed, Salt, Sand, lime, Rock. OLD DOMINION PORTLAND CEMENT and All Kinds of Plaster Material. Cor. Main and B. Streets Telphone 85 N . V. The Old Reliable Dry Goods Man WHITE Just a Reminder We want you to remember that you can get the btst SUMMER FABRICS for the least money. A hint to the wise is sufficent ouLof accUssed nndconvlcteU''ass!is3!ns, meels yith his' 'approval Tay'lor'ahil A,- ricaa. :Howard are - strong for O'Reitr; ' ana For unless cured they sap the vitality arid Powurs, with the) shadow 'ofiJ'thVrioo'se. GiyetheK)dnYs'"He1p and lower the vital resistance to more AUGUSTUS TAKEN UNAWARE. stUluncirclirigihisthe serious infection. Protect your, children riuny reupie vvunue Not even Governor Wilson I'himelf slump'ln ,his behalf.' PadUca'lvN'e'ws and yourself by the prompt use of v1 ' - Happier. Poley'-- Honey and ar Compound and expected so complete an endorsement Democrat. ,! ! u; ' note its quick and decisive, results. For as that which Judge OjRear gave him. Mir ow Out the1LiroL,ine'"ii' " UNTIED WE STAND. coughs, colds, croup, whooping cough, .: .he kidlieysiiced. help? Was the apparent hostility between the bronchitis and affections of the throat, There is no" time for contentions nnfl hoytro OYorworkfldiiicn't get the chest and lungs it is an ever ready and two distinguished Republicans merely a , poison ililtcreuont of theuybouj bickerings among the Uem'ocra ti'cf par. valuable remedy. Remember the name, part of the play? OwensboroMsssenger. worse but it is the dnty of all of ustolay asltie - ThejCro! gettingihonv?:-i:- . every minute Foley's Honey and ar Compound and "':' Will youiliolp SAVE. THE NATION. refuse substitutes, he genuine is i n a our personal feelings and get' down to Doan's Kldnev Pills have ebroutfit Democrats, can you afford to run the hard work for the Domocalic yellow package. Stockton & Son. - kiuiiey buclf-irosuiters' ticket hhoWimis oirisk of electing a Republican President We all are Democrats seeking the samq next year by declining to vote for Mc- resulLs For Rent at tho November election, and r Is, 111 I Pill Having decided to discontinue house- Creary? Just as sure as O'Rear is tho way to got it is to put our shoulders keeping, I wish to rent my dwelling on elected Governor in 1011, just so sure I feel grateful to Doan s Kidney Second street. House is in good repair, will Kentucky go Republican in the to tile wheel and push and not pull back, In union there is struiigtli, but a Pills for the bonclillhey Jiavo brought seven rooms with all necessary out build- ( National election in ings, stable, good pasture, garden, etc. house divided against itself will soon in my family. My back was' very lama LI also havo for sale Al Jersey milch cow. Leader. lla fall. Down with the personalities and and there was a constant pauii at Pills baseof my spino. Doan'stltiUntyl Apply to T. J. Moberly. f IS HE NEAR BY? up with the banner of Democracy. wont at once to the loot of my troublq The fellow who claims Jo be a Dem- Bowling'Green News. and entirely relieved me. Another Foley Kidney Pills. ocrat, but is always "kicking" unless momber of my family was botfiered by THEY WERE DISSAPOINTED. reach your individual case if you he is permitted to act as driver of the attacks of lumbago and at times thq have any form of kidney or bladder band wagon, is back was so weak and lame that walkThose who hoped that Senator a .Democrat in name trouble, any backache, nervousness,' would not come out string on ing was iliflioult. Doan's Kidney Pills only. The chances are that when he rheumatism, uric acid poisoning, or brought relief in this case jn t s quickirregular and painful kidney action. votes he usually votes the Republican certain planks in the platform had their ly as they did. in mine. 1 have not the hopes blasted on yesterday. He pleas- slightest hesitation in rtcommending Before you reach lh limit of physical ticket Bowling Green Times Journal. endurance, and while your condition Is ed even the most exacting on the Doan's Kidney Pills, as I know they still curable, take Foley Kidney Pills. MORAI, IMPOSSIBILITY. splendid and manly manner in which livrt up to all claims made for them." Their quick action and positive results For Short of a revolution, Judge Edward he announced as heartily in favor of the Foster-Milbnr-salt" by all dealers. Price .50 cents. n Co., Itulfalo, Now York, will delight you. ry them. Stockton C O'Rear will never be elected Gover- county unit-plan- k and other sections of sole agents for the United Stiiws. & Son. nor of Kentucky. Hi threat, if elect- the platform ,on which the rpplc are Remember the name Doan's and lake ed, to keep the Legislature in continuous so vitally -- interested, Automobiles Painted. Bowling Greed no other. At my shop on Third St. I am pre- session for two years constitutes the Times Journal. ; Cleaning and Pressing pared to paint and trim Automobiles, greatest menace by which Kentucky REPUBLICANS SEE HAND. Ladies and gentlemensclothicgclean-e- d has ever been confronted. Had the Carriages. Buggies and Vehicles of all and pressed by Mk ,G. F. Bradley. WRITING. kinds. I have a painter of long ex- Judge been content to promise that, if ia0 Secqnd" St. up stairs. Work is or The Republican aVfe now beginning highest order, price low. - A trial order elected Governor, he would .dispense perience and who , understands his ' -lltf business. Prices as low as consistent with the Legislature altogether, it to see the handwriting on tho wall. ssolicteii. would have been impossible to defeat Tho time of their departure is now at with first class work. Give me a trial. For bowel hand und the places that know them ways give complaint in chilclro c Horse shoeing, Blacksmithing and him. Louisville Times. UainoorUf'i's o lie. holera now in public lifo will soon know them and Diarrhoea Remedy and castor repairing in all branches. ginger in Mccreary. no more forever. Mayfield Messenger. It is certain to elfect a cure and when 13-- tf James A Moores Senator McCreary's speech at Bowlreduced with water andswuetened is Buckner For McCreary. Monday shows that ho has pleasant o take. No physician can Order one of those juicy steaks from ing Green And now comes the pleasing news to prescribe a bettor remedy. For sale by some ginger in him if he is old as Culton. Phone J25. some claim. It is a plain conservative Democrats that General Simon Bolivar Stockton & Son. and statement of facts that exist, with Buckner, tho "Sago of Glea-Lily,- " For Sale. nothing radical in it. No claims for the and former governor of Kentucky, has Lot in Buruamwood 70x17(1 feet. impossible in state government. He determined . to cast iiis lot witli tho R. K. Stone. does not talk for bumcomb or play to Hemocrats this year, and will support Apply to the ignorance or prejudices of the McCreary and the State tioke . Gen As u uallr treated, a sprained ankle people. He is a man of principles and oral Buckner has not afllljated with tho wilt disablo a man for three or four You - 1SSH5, when he weeks, but by applying Chamberlain's convictions and a safe and sane man for Democratic parly sincethe head of this great commonwealth was the candidato for vice president on 'Linemeiit freely as soon as the injury is the directions of Kentucky. There is no doubt in our the "Sound Money" Democratic ticket. received, and observiug can bo directed with each bottle, a euro now but that Kentucky, should Since then he has generally ailiiiated in from two to four days. For salo by mind You: read this speech. It will do your Dem- with tho Republican" party and was a Stockton & Son. ocratic soul good. Beckenridge News. strong supporter of Augustus K. Wilson, Married Fino country hams just received at the last gubernatorial election. THE END NEAR. Culton 's. tf Governor Wilson may havo been Louisville Timos. Political Gossip In State - ;' : s . THE STEARNS & J CmmI on every genuine !". FOSTEjR: MATTRESS mattress) IMPORTANT TO KNOW WHAT'S INSIDETHE l.fcEl Mlaf SHOWS YOU WHATSIIHSlDEOUiDONlTqrs HAVE TO BUWH'FAITH?5G.urtE IrTA'NDirt - MATTRESS YOU GET TO INSURE REST . w 1912.r-Prince- ton 13-t- LOOK THR AND READrnriE'BfH " w v. m m.a Mr.iy 6ffiTM3iuCP mm 0PMMGm ri iJS "t I r it m t -- i -- 1 &C0MF0IITA1LE . m fi?'!aijj-ii-u."iL- J g Steams & Foster Mattresses are Comfortable, Durable 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 & Fosler Mattresses are made of clean, sanitary cotton; felted into hundreds of little webs, forming many springy, buoyant Jayers, slanding' nearly three feet high. These layers are then laid by hand and coinpreaeHfo ones5th6f their original height and encased in the ticking; then tufted to JuA .tha proper .tension, so as to be soft, yet firm, half yielding to your figure, yet supporting it in perfect relaxa: tion. Made in the beit qualities of Satin Finish.'. duflproop tickings WITHOUT ' EXTRA CHARGE. Haven't Been Photographed Since Were the Year Four Grades of Superiority Anchor. $10.50 Windsor. $13.50 Lenox. $16.00 Style A. $22.50 When you buy a Stearns & Foster you get. the best Mattress value offered. Come in today and ask to see these exceptional Mattresses. We'll gladly show th cm. A positive guarantee on every Mattress. A Stearns & Foster is a very Comfortable and Economical' Mattress to buy. Bring the family and Jet us make an tic group artis- The Schlegel Studio N. V. WHITE Main Sfreet, below ' SJ. McGaughey Prop. Rrst RIO MOND 7th St., S enbon-villI suffered from weak kidneys and a severe bladder trouble. I learned of Foloy Kidney I'ills and their wonderful cures so I began taking them and sure enough I hud as good results as any I heard about. My backache left me and to one of my business, exprossman, that alone is a great advantage. My kidneys acted freo and normal, and that saved me a ASSASSIN CANDIDATE. ol misery. It is now a pleasure to As every other act of the Republican lot work where it used lo bo a misery. party finds a defender and apologist in Foley Kidney Pills have cured me and J O'Rear, no doubt this wholesale turning havo my highest praise." sincere when he stated in his pardon of Joe Finley that the special term of the Grant Circuit Court was called for the express purpose of trying Finley but if he was sincere he was mistaken. His insinuation that the jury that would try Finley would be packed was a direct insult to the court, but Governor Wilson is not chary about insulting people. Let us thank God that Wilson's regime is about ended Grant County News. A Great Advantage to Work- ing Men. J. A. Maple, 125 S. e. ().. snvs: "For years is now as a winter remedy. It has the same invigorating efand strength-producin- g fect in summer as in winter. Try it in a little cold milk' ox ALL DRUGGISTS a summer as well OLDHAM & LACKEY Undertaking a Specialty Dav Telephone 76 Night Telephone water. w. J 36 a o. r. o. iu 229 I A ft WL SELL MAY MANTON PATTERNS 10 CENTS EACH HUSTLING CASH WILL YOU ARE : INVITED--WHEN Ui E YOU COME O 1 : 13 6 Jfi WE SELL MAY MANTON PATTERNS 10 CENTS EACH TO : SEE OUR : DISPLAY : OF : FALL MERCHANDISE? Men's & Shoes! Shoes! malte good Shoes! Everything .: New-- Up to Now! Boys' Clothing! All Kinds. All Sizes. All Prices. The new-e- st lasts, and more of .them than ever. Reevery pair member we 4 We want and lower in price for quality, than ever. and King Gaf- 40 show you a brand new line of Elite and Skirts from v 7 : merits Company's Coats, Suits -- 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 - J.E. Tilt 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 of on $10 AND $15 -- satisfaction. trial pair is all .we ask & and a customer is assured to us. A of e want to show -- you. the largest assortment Infants and Miises Coats you have seen in thiscity, Prices ranging from ; r: .; $1.0.0 TO $7.50 of Dress-ods- , A, 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 $J0. Be sure to see them before making a purchase. t 2 You are invited When will you come? " -- : ;aistings, Ginghams, Percales, Outings, cct.etcVf Iitf: i ' 4rf uranf toshowbu whaf you want in any :line; ;:. lawk) .V , t want. to show you our array y. YOU ARE INVITED WHEN WILL YOU COME ?" . T' .l: Corner First X w- - Oppttien Hamilton & Main if v Richmond,vKen1ucky it rue is ' vvr -- -r wwwt 1 :.. . . . . -- - T II - I " jPryor R Beard, left yesterday for their ' 'ft II .. . .n.-- -' - Next Excursion to ,La Pryor, Toxfts, will be Tuesday Seplember 19th. Mr. World's .Remedy Hughes left Tuesday' with a lrrge Free From Cocirw, Opium of Madison county people, somo of party them and AH Habit Fcwrvir moving there to mak'-- i their pernament homes, others are going to inspect our DrUgS- land. If you go down on the excursion Start rleht now, before the cold of Septembor 10, you can put in a crop weather comes, to kill catarrh eerms of Bermuda Onions that will net you and get rid of catarrh. Its tbe best not less than 200.00 or 300 00 per acre, time. but a later excursion will make it a Breathe HYOMEI (pronounce it Hieh- - a little late to put In this wonderful B. L. Middleton guarantees it. It is made of Australian eucalvntus. crop. You can, also plant your Cron, thymol and other antiseptics, and be- Jrsh Potatoes, and Oats, and havo a sides destroying the germs It soothes harvest time In December of this year. and heals the sore, raw membrance and We belieue n ft unary. that the Irsh Potatoes will prevents Messrs. A. B. Motch and II-- B. Farrls. passages. mucus from forming in the air sell from $2.50 to $3,50 per bu., in big will the popular ticket agent and operator at the L. & N. station, left Sunday for an Breathe it a few times a day. It's an December, and wo raise from 200 to 300 extended Eastern trip. Thev will vhtit easy and pleasant treatmont and results bu. peracrr. This would be neasyquick crop, and bring you quick money. all the Eastern cities before returning to are quick and certain. HYOMEI is guaranteed for catarrh. You can go on the 19th of September, xuoumona. a catarrh Mr. Littleton C. Rice, formerlv of asthma andcomplete deafness, or money and harvest a crop of Potatoes, Corn, baok. A outlnt including this city, was married last Thursday to hard rubber inhaler, costs 91.00. Extra Onions, Millet, Cabbage, and Oats Miss Martha Cox.of Junction City. Mr. bottles if afterward needed cost but being back home in time to put in Rice is a son of L. 0. Rice, deoeased. SO cents. your spring crop here. See what your York. formerly of this county, and is a promineighbors and friends havo to say nent young business man of Cynthiana. about our country, "Tho 100.000 wm " Rev. J. Robert Boatman, of Belize. IbH acres at La Pryor, Totas, is one of tho Brinish Honduras, is the guest of Mr. Set made ot selected Solid Oak, beautifully finished in Early English, upholstered in Boston Leather over a construed C. E. Woods. Mr. Boatman is well re most beautiful tracts of land we ever pntirc membered in Richmond where he atoil tempered steel spring supports. This is a most remarkable offer. A whole suite complete for onlv 41 sW in any arid region This land tended old Central University, and has Is of an ashy dark sand loam running Every article is of the latest Missijn Style and in Early English, and put together by the most skilled workmen I will, on a suitt'rij many friends here who will give him from 3 13 to 0 ft. deep, und often any nuusc cuuia De proua oi. the glad hand of welcomp. CIO. J JLPOiiar Rev, and Mrs, E. B, Barnes, Mesr SEPT. 23, AT 2 O'CLOCK, deeper. The most vital question, and one of the most important, was that of dames N. U. Dsatherage, 1. R. Turley, ftt my residence on Main to it. fates, JaK9 Hprndon and Miss the highest bidder the itreet, offerde. irrigation from the Artesian Wolls. following Ann Deiarnett, of this city, and scribed property; On this point, our party, was throughly (Successor to Lurnan & Higgins.) Mrs. W. J. Sparks, of Ml. Yernoq, Overland are attending the State Meeting of the cow, Hall's automobile, one good mlloh satisfied, for here we found abundance safe, y and staiio ma- of water. In this country Alfalfa had Christian church at Frankfort, chine, other electric goods, books, picMr. and Mrs. J. W. Wilson, of White tures, tables, bureaus, washstands, ward- been cut eight times in one year which Hall, were among friends here Saturday robes, folding beds, coal and gas stoves. made 1 ton per acre per cutting, soiling Misses Eathryn 8 dining chairs (new), rockers, mat aiszu.uu pep ton, making 8100.00 per and Sunday last SUITS DELIVERED TEN DAYS Wagers and Rose Arvine and Mr. Robt. tresses, some old choice walnut pieces, aore per annum. On the whole, we Wagers came home last Saturday after carpeK ruas, and other things too numi AFTER & visit with friends and relatives In erous to mention, including all house believe there is a great futuro (or this country. We each thought enough ot now eoQUK. Berea, Rlohmond ftnd Paint LJck, Will spll privately beforehand. Estill Herald. this country to Uuy a farm." H. G. SANDLIN. Mr. D. II. Peake, editor of the BedH. Q Siindlin, M. D., William Led- Jesse Cobb, Auctioneer. ford Democrat, attended the Methodist ford, B. F. Cotton, J. S. Stanifer. Fruit Belt, Conference here last week. Mr. Peake, Bloomfield, Indiana. In addition lo being editer of a live Mr. E. C. Hughes. Richmond. Kv. untaraxd of. "hr 'here is plenty of ruin, whore our farmers in wfcere failure weekly paper, is Circuit Clerk of Trim AT on account of benip able to Market money produc-in- r Dear Sir; as in a pfH"",u condition, year, where (fra will sustain two head of slock por ble county and equally as popular as the crw mix- months of his brother, Judge Frank Peake, of I was uengnted with what l saw in Louisville, the way of crops and prices. I visited are kwiiofr mny lrum outer sections 01 uie country we are local! aod Miss Belle II. Bennett entertained at several ranches and found everybody o farwk a here i he price us reaMMtADie ana terms msy 151 EAST MAIN STREET, dinner, at the Hotel Glyndon. Sunday As I am now residing In Illinois. I contented and happy. I visited the LANL CO. Tyler Texas. THE STLGLR evening, Bishop Candler and the three candidates for Governor, Rev. J. D. have decided to sell my farm, lying on', Dill farm, hero I found 3 young men Redd, Prohibitionist! Judge E. C. Tate's creek, In Madison county, at Antloch church, about eight just out of high school, who had in 12 for K Ji mood to enter tbe Eastern Ken O'Rear, Republican, and Senator acres of Bermuda Onions which , tucky State Normal Somerset TimeS.J Democrat. The first three miles from Richmond, on were attending Conference and were Saturday, September 23,191 1, they were harvesting while I was there, Mr. D. M. Stepaeaeea Iuk returned llll whioh net them $7,000 about $000 00 from a visit to relatives and friends in guests of Miss Bennett. Kama Having Harp, nFeaT'Wa'emi ran laMftlfiUt BY consisting of 15 acres, mqre with per acre. Un their. land there is an Stanford. Hon. Tim Needham, editor and proa good house, stock barn and will Miss Blaacbe Hamilton has returned prietor of the Winchester Democrat, at- other buildings, and a nice young or abund .nee of water from artesian wells to her home in Xashvilte, after a visit tended the Methodist Conference here cnard. iiost all the land is in grass. L found a number of farmers netting I will sell Thursday and Friday and while in the to Miss OoviaftoM. $300 00 to $800.00 por acre off their city was a pleasant caller at the Climax All under good fences. Bounded by from bidder: Mr. aad Xk. D L. Cobb, of Ontiiia-aa- , office. Mr. Needham is one of the best Mrs. J. P. Tribble on the east, by Joseph land. Pres. and Mr A. D. Mi He' 1 think the men of the North who ex wet the reeete teat week of Miss Known and most popular newspaper ferkins on the north by U Kanatzar Ten Head of Buggy Horses, and R. Hill on the west, by S. Taylor on 6ecy-T- i MoiUe Fife. men in the btate and is an W. Q. TVaue the snutl'. Lmd sold on easy terms, pect to follow farming for a livelihood, Mr. aad Mrs. B P. ReMasea are of the Kentucky Press Association. He bale begins go where they have suoh opporshould Three Car. iage Teams, Four Surrey Horses, ai IU o clock a. in. visiting the faatiljr of II. A. Undson, in has been in the "harness" many years Also, will sell somo farming imple tunities and chances, and avail themne and his splendid paper is a testimonial Daamlle. Four Landams, Four Depot Wagons, W. I. MILLION. ments. d selves o( the splendid opportunities." of his ability as a writer and B. B. Million, Auctioneer. Mrs. T. J. Riee aUeaded the funeral newspaper man. It Very truly yours, Three Cjupes, One Victoria, wwyMi wiieee Mi Setill count v Tbe approaching marriage of Miss H. L. Doney. 1911. Lancaster, Ky., August 12th Beulah Gourley, of Lexington, to Mr. One Barouche, Two Traps, Mr. aad Mrs. IT. P. BM n.f u Charles A. Spencer, of Houston, Texas, Mr. H. C. Hughes, BS Notice of Elcctioa tGtirliae, war gaeMe af Mr aad Mrs. is of much interest here where Miss Richmond, Kentucky. Five Buckboards, Ten Top Buggies, Joba Kyaaal aver Saiiaay. Dear Sir: Gourley has often visited Miss Harriett We have looked over tho land you PArrish, Mrs. Elmer Tate and other One Three-seate- d Wgonettif, Mr. and Mrs. John WUeoa have A. C. Reed and Others, have for sale at La Pryor, Texas, and to Whit Dull, after h pieasum friend?. . The wedding will be a soci t NOTICE. On we unhesitatingly sat, that the land is event of October 4th, and will uk One Jersey Wagon, 4 Sets Carriage Harnsss. viak to ralativas on Station Oaain Petition. all that is claimed for it, and we find place at the home of the bride's parents. Mrs. Phelps Saaioen went ta Utch-moo- d Judge and Mrs. G. W. Gourley, on High Notice is hereby given that ihore will the representation made by Mr. E. C. 5 Sets Surrey Harness. 12 Sets Buggy Harness, Now, that you are thi 'king: of your fait suit and overcoit, Miss Elizabeth Karr, of this be held by the otlicers of the regular Hughes to be true. Wedaesday to come baefc with street. Mrs Cerate Clay is vaahiag a We, also, looked over other Texas her husband who became tli there. His city, is to be one of the four little girls .November election on One Large Chestnut Mare in foal; good work mare, suppose you dropin.o cur s.are, and let us showy ou some lands for sale, and the proposition made coadition is aet serious. Ovmiiiastt who will act as attendants. Miss Gour NOVEMBER 7, 1911, of Adler's Collegian Clothes. The rcputaiion of this by you, and the location of your land Log Cabin ley is a sister to Mrs. Douglas Parrish, Double Set Heavy Wagon Harness, or iteattyviiie. an election submitting to the voters of on the railroad, beats them all. I have make of clothes is vf ithou; a peter. We have handled many Mas. J- P. Key ho ids aad children Foxtown Magisterial district. No. 2, the bought 1C0 acros or your land, Poles, Breast Yokes, Carriage and Buggy Robes, Seaeaf have returned to Mt. bierltnr after a makes in the p st, but for style, fit, and wearing qualities, A G Aldridge. question whether or not cattle or any Wi viait to Mrs. J. X. Poyntz, at Uie Uolol species thereof shall be allowed to" run at Office Furniture, Elc, Etc. For. full particulars with reference to Adler s Collegian Clothe stirp-isthem all. They cost aiyadoa. Jeaew J.M. Owing to the bad weather, I did not large on the public roads in said district. this section oi the country, see it. u. you no more than ordinary makes. Mies Anae Reanett Oahen has return- sell all of my property advertised for Done by order of court this September Sandlin. M. D., Wm Ledford, J. S yi murtvidf. Randolph-Maso- n I wish to college in Vir sale. 1 will sell same privately. Have 14, 1VII. to Stanifer or Dave Freeman, Richmond, for a ed to sum B B. Meate left ginia, stopped in Ml Sterling for a surrey, phaeton buggy, gentle horse, Attest: R. B. TERRILL, Kentucky. Call on Mr. E. C. Hughes, MartaarvUia, lm natt te I a visit la Mias Vitaw kinsolviag. pony and some good furniture left. t ill Clerk Madison Co. Court. Hotel Glyndon, Richmond, Kentucky. Hr bbM )?9v9as4L flC Dr. aad Mrs. L. It. Heerr. ef North sell my lots and the Big Hill house first-cla- ss for strictly vajMaw Mr. mmd Mrs Was. RICHMOND, KENTUCKY. Prefer for you to call at the house be M dil let own, were here last week to atMary Lmait ttojnold. of Cy. tend the faneral of Mrs. Henry's grand- tueeu 10 and 12 o'clock, but will see you Ma at any time. father, Mr. Owen Taylor. tauaaa. at ati dam sen I are. UKAKT K. LILLY. or irviae Danville Advocate Mr. and Mrs. AUoreey KoM K. men, 424 Lancaster avenue. It all will Hale Dena, and Mr. Alexander Denny. aed Cuafaraooc aet of Richmond, motored to Danville yes Madison Institute Opens. will this HI aw OanfleUMi. of Oiaciaaaii. will be terday. The opening of Madison Institute last Vfea Maa K V. tsetueati lata, seaeea six Mrs. J. P. Mann, of Richmond, was Tuesday was very encouraging to tho ft B Pickets was ia Ciacie- - here from Saturday until Monday, visit- president and board of trustees of that institution. This school is one of the ing her afetar, Mrs. Alice Pislior Car,y aad riatajr aa basinet aali oldest female colleges in the South, and lisle Mercary. will sold v is Va. Irviaa Serf under the present management Das re ef Lastactoa. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Noale and child gained much of its e popularity Mam. lee Wa in this Tarftie ren, of KMHmond, are vxiting her Sitice taking charge President Cassiday of Lancaster. brothers. Messrs John awl George A. has made many improvements in the was iatbe city sevssml days last week. McXaberts Danville Messenger. way of adding steam heat and Is reality. Fall Mrs. J as. . lttack and little daughter. lighting system, which, together with Br. aad Bra. C. E SeaaM have re the natural beauties of its campus and Maye- - Mildred, of Winchester, who have been is came' caaaad froen a plissant ram tu in all its visiting Rev. aad Mrs. II. J. Clark, near surroundings, renders it one of the most dtsirable schools for young women, Wao. retaraad home Thursday. air in iVmy of Oats and all kinds or fiW That good ice cream at Kicoi s if Parents can make no mistake by placing far. aad Mrs. Mai W. Ortder oa.e Mr. W. F. Gregory came up from their daughters in this well established retaraad fitoai oriees. Si afaspecunf trip in Louisville Wednesday wnli. nt tttintativa Uicci's (ee eream is leheirus. Kvery ani joined Mrs. and splendid school. Gregory far a visit to their daughter. one talks aeuut ii. Au tlnvor uuule belori' buying, Lunrie Feaaey ret tinted to Xrs. K K. Milium and family. t Union City. to order anu duliverml puMri AmeW & Simmons. tl I siawioa alter a i vaul MM Mrs. llugfa McBlivaiae and daughter. frteaasaete. Miss Opul Rupard spent Saturday and of New York, are vistine the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jee Bales, at Sunday with Miss Maud Miller. iss Loa Bailie, a ftankforu Kingston. Mr. Harris Noland will leave Wednes vudtiar Mr. aad Mrs. C. D. Paiue Break eveaae THE NEW Mrs Bet lie Fisher and family have day for the years work at State College A few couples of young people attend Mia. Mary ef Ml Strrliajr, is returned to Lexington, having spent Mrs. J no several days with her mother and ed services at the Waco Baptist church the feast ot is UY Saturday night. sisters in this city. eraolrf Mr. Dudley Berry has returned to his ( Harry Itsoe and Harold Old spend-ttatrMessrs Mr mvt of OalaaaW. O.. is Filled wtoa are laatil) of hu bam left last week fer MilleraWurK. home in Le Koy, Illinois, arter a weeks Miller-bur- g visit to his mother and sisters. waare they matrieakUod in the brut iter. Ir. C f. latnot. with On account of the inclement weather Military Institute. Man. Marptrena SmiUi is nursinsr Mr Sunday night the regular services at the " At the annual business meetim; of Christian church were dismissed. Leau Wxlker. iancaster, through a W. B. M. of the Christian ehuroh apeli j. ivphoid (ever the Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Griggs are in Mrs. John Arnold was Mrs Edgr tVopocr o' lioone county, Wednesday, Cincinnati this week on business. While elected nresldenl. lit-- r is the il'jcvI ul Mary K. Mr. Grtsgs is away Miss Dola Powell ait.M'r lln Mr. sod Mrs. V. P. Smith, of Somer will take his place in the store. Oaiaes set, and Mr. Mad Mrs. George Williams. Miss Mary Harris and Cora Dunlar Miss K V bKiitu di will have nai-- rn in f Irvine, were the guest last wek of iAiu Messrs Bichard Park and George or 'lialav Frulav and twturdus Mr. and Mrs. Joe Oldham, tear town. Tipion spent Saturday and Sunday with INiaar iteil U' slims Lowery and MU& ALUs Alary Turptn, at Itrookstown. Mr. Mn ' B reeii and daui:hier. Mis Baastc Chrde have return d sitter. Mr. Loyd Sharp, who has purchased tu Hunting- ltath. Mar Xfil.nre visum.' relatives tu LouisWHOLLY UMBJKK 3 CLAS. W. Ya.. anerapending a vacation the farm now occupied by Mr Tracy, is .OTHERS ville anil l'arw. call in with Mr. V. B Zittle and family, at here to spend a few weeks witb his Mrs Ixhj L Jackson, of Irvine, is the Wao. mother, Mrs. C. L. Tipton, after which Slip-On- s yaaw oi uar broiiifr Hon G C Lilly go to housekeeping on his farm, Mr. and Mrs. Johnson and daughter. he will , S Peerless RiHo Shot atM laoiilv. hi Lutcasier avutw " Mr. J. M. Rish was elected by the of Columbus. Ohio, are uxpeotori Friday euu r tSiBjiftittt, up-to-no- w feed drill of tho World Baptist church as delegate to the I xaorlown Ttnie--M- is XunM tone Kneels for a few days of Mrs. local Hankie spom 'rum Fndav till Maa- - James W. CaperUMt aad daughter, Miss Boones Creek association which meets for at Irvine, Sept. 12lh, to the 14th. Beday with n Uiriimoud. Jamie. sides Mr. Rlsh quite a number of the A.I Ariu Toomii.s Viitl. FLY t. Mr. and Mrs. Alex. Dtnny and Mr. other members, including Mr. Scudder, Bise Knciiel Kenned ilsited Mr jr Forn-.- . i iit UrytLux id PiaertUa Mas A V Uttn'JiilS and Hu-.- in and Mrs. Hale Dean, of Riobmoad, who Mrs. Brookshire, Mr and Mrs. Olds, Dangerous zzi Difficult boc week.. nave been at the Seeloaeh for several Mr. and Mrs. James Parke, Mr. Travans Xkwet Mary lUnktn and Margaret days will return home today. Courier Noland, Mr. Kichard Parke, and Miss Nannie Maye Brookshire attended. Ano''1 of Lancf.ier. have sal are rt Journal. FacMadison Insiiiuir Mr. aad Mrs. Matt Hanker, the for EHorson-cs- i Hall of Richmond Lodge N. scent, are hav mer, Jtrs O p Bush and Htxle son, of ing a the genial L. &seeing tne stgnts in Kuni trtp aetlf Lancasu". ire iho ruests of Mrs. Emma No.25,F.&A.M. New York, Boston and other eastern Bash. u. Aspen a.-nuRichmond, Ky., Sept. 12th, 1911 points. Jessamine Journal. Whereas, it has pleased the Grand Mrs W C Kellop-eanchildren have Mk Sallie Ellis, ef Sumpter, S. C, Fall FURIOUS' TARTAR CEKTAURi been in Lxiru vismnfr her mother. formerly ef this county, who has been Architect of the Universe to call Bro. J, W. Zaring from labor lo refreshments Mis. R. O Morgan vimtlnie mends and relatives here is on Sept. 8th., 1911, therefore. New JJVrs T I) Cheonult has been to Mays-vttl- .pending the wvek with Mrs. Joe Unsolved That we acknowledge tne veiling iter son Mr John B Wagers in the country. wisdom and goodness of our Supreme Righ-up-to-no- w Fabrics, for in phea&tttt nc Mr. Robert Arnold, who is to move Grand Master, and bow in humble sub we diet, ore H Todd have iere from Lancaster and engago in the mission to his inevitable brother yet one . Mr and Mrs. as Telephone 33 Main Street, West retMRitxi to tpeedel alter a visit lo feed business with McOreary bimmons. mourn the death of our at the FROSW has rented the rosfdonceof Hon. (z t, whom we shall nevermore meet admisISBiis arid relatives m M inoaester Big iv'e lines in Masonry until we gain altar of Lilly, on Lancaster ave. Mr Kdward Voorw, of lrnM, was a sion into tho Celestial Lodge on high. Fall is macje btirt- - last week of hie seahews. Rev E B. Barnes has been in Frank Second He was an upright Mason, C and Uaaiat Wallaoo. fort this week attending the State an honorable and useful citizen,. a loving Mean in fath-- r. , Fabrics Miseionery Convention the Christian Han J A. Sutlivaabas returned from church. He delivered of address yes and devoted husband and IN EVERY FIELD OK AMUSEMENT ENDEAVOR an Third To his family and loved ones FUROKiori and Lnxiagion where he has growing pain line with terday on "Tiie Discovery of the Child." we extend our heartfelt sympathy in been engaged in legal business. T. C. Vauehn. of Richmond, repres their hour of great bereavement and in patJoe Tbonioa Lsavell, eight-maatenting the Pittsburg & Buffalo Co.. commend them to the keeping of Him rVHJNE OAKLEY AMBROSE MEANS CAW. B0GAJKWS oTd. nephew of Mrs. J W. Harris, died biesest coal dealers in the world, was whoooeth all tilings wen. these resolustLAsaaeter last Prtday Fourth That a copy of Curtis Liston Caat. O. D. Steve Yftwag Buffalo Fred Burns calnng upon our coal dealers last Mon tions be sent to the breaved family, Pralrla Rose BuHala Verne Meataaa Jack Maud Burbaafc Harriet Oamnbell bas returned exclusive-nes- s Sh. home from iJhelby ville and L uis- day- .- Nicholasville GattlingGun. fLxquisiteness spread on tbe records of the lodge and teiter Mrs Hugh McLollin and danghters, published in the city papers. Buffatos Bulls inMeTafter an abseacc of several weeks. M isse Jovce and Marjone McLellan, Mules Big A. M. Davison ) yLim gable Trans ham left Monti av who have 'been visitine Mr. and Mrs. V Wagers Ja. W. Higgins ) Com. J. A. 'aught Witt THE GOOD On Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, October 2, 3 have a and 4, we home in Ban Antonio, Texas Shelby. vlHc News. Mrs. Joe Wagers, Waee, entertained last week with an elegant dinner in honor or Miss Sallie Elite, af lumpier. u. a he dinner was served ia ecurses and those present enjoyed a delight! ul a ay. Miss Alma Lackev left last week for Georgetown Colleee. Her sister. Miss Margaret Lackey, who is recovering from her recent illness, will also attend the same college soon as her health will permit. Miss Zula Wilholt. after sneBdln? three weeks vacation with her parents at While's Station, lias returned to Louisville, where she will complete a ost graduate course at the Norton Hyomdfor Catarrh Grattit Texas. Texas. Texas. SUIT OPENING of one of the smartest lines Don't out of New to attend, Respectfully yours, $12.75 A WHOLE ROOM FULX OF FURNITURE t. J Public Sale Arm Chair, Rocker, Reception Chair and Library Table 3 OWEN McKEE "Q0 OPENING. W. P. HIGQINS, PUBLIC j a. a x eeic Will j RICHMOND. KENTUCKY. Men 3tm the Heart of The Great w - and Truck CLOSING OUT SALE Horsemen's Headquarters, Public Sale Ken-tuckor-Ies-s, Tte Richmond Climax. y. 2 S'ptcmbcr 27, 9 LEXINGTON, KY., commencing 9 .m. I MCLDUXPRiNIINCCO - who leased my stable to Jeff business at the same stand, continue the the entire stock of this stable to the highest . P 1 nut mi Is Ic II WR50NAL5 Jc Private Sale s IU 14-6- say the Public that the Horses, Carriages, Coupes and Buggies that am offering sole are On Over j I. S. STANIFER, ... f THE 1 IN EVITABLE aain a season out old-tim- sums under $50.00, be cash. amount, four months credit be given on bankable notes, bearing per cent interest. There are many other things that be that are not mentioned advertisement. TERitlS OF SALE. v ADLEICS r CLOTHES te goodness we strong assortment, getting as we ways have now once on, and ::::::::::: cIthin department G. D. WILSON Owner Horsemen's Headquarters. The New Things First i AT RICHMOND BASE BALL PARK Jea, . "CLfcW now s a most beautiful to behold. to overflowing the clothes beautiful, made by the inimitable " SCHLOS5 of Friday, September 22. Kentucky Disc Drills n sialic i'-- dt Baltimore. New 5tripes, Scottish Plaids, and the very latest Coronation patterns, made up the latest models for stouts, and regulars. Cost no more than other men's at that. Kneeland 5hoes and smart shapes and much Hawes Hats variety. English and Taberdines, heavy coats and a dandy model the autoist. We have just received a car glL Ul il-ZZ7- ::::::: load of Kentucky Disc Drills. Before, buying and let us show you this drill. Only force ihsu. Big Line of Men's Golf Caps, Imported from Kent's Big London, England, tory, $L00 and $L50. AjDoTVfc0 Look over our beautiful Suits and Suitings. Ii. on the market. Runs alike up hill and down when the hopper is full or almost empty. di Oriental ROUGH Cossack Equestrians KbDERC : a :r, the which we are famous. We handle only Store, and every exclu our Shades effort to please you. See and displayed their entirety, and get our good and tronage. Queen Quality Shoes terns and lasts to match your new suit and and gowns. Quality Shop. mean Oldham's ANNIE M'Ain 5 SPECTACLES' 9. B. SfiaGkelfor4 Co. TYPICAL IftiDEEtS EVERY LAfaD Participants by the Hundreds Men and Women Who Know No Failure Educated Cingalese Rangers Cowboys Ruraies MHrownen Cossacks Acting - Trained Indians Vaautros 3 - 4 BAKING POWDER Absolutely Pure The only Baking Powder mad from Royal Crape Cream ofTartar NO ALUM, NO LIME PHOSPHATE t ROYAL '""' The Cause f Eczesi SEE OUR WINDOWS EACH WFEK We are ready for the Little Folks, too, and will make you proud of theffir v TV . Of FERED FOR YOUR APPROVAL BX Perfectly j Pitted it VIQTOR SUITS 1 aai m BB3"aaaW .... sb ' is eerm life that burrows under the skin and feeds on the skin. The, way to cure ECZEMA is to remove the cause by washing away with a clean, penetrating liquid, the germ life and poisons that cause the trouble. We .have a preparation that will do this. Trie first application will stop the itching and give prompt relief to an irritated, itching or inflamed skin. If you are a sufferer from skin or scalp eruption. in any rorm, try one pottle or ZMO, tbe We are clean, scientific preparation. confident you will be pleased with tbe results from the use of this standard preparation for eczema. Goai ieriafsats me wall ma i i rKir-- i iimi aim. MORE FEATURES THAN ALL OTHER SHOWS COMBINED kSHOWSO SUITS" W.D. OLDHAM - CO. For 30 Years Richmond's Greatest Store. ..... inN- I At2aa8P.M. ii nwc street 19 a. in, I OPEN AT I BOUND TUP EXCURSIONS FROM EYERYWNERL .RICHMOND, FRIDAY, SETEMBER 22 m.m DAILY Made to special order only. 5tyle, Fit and Material Guaranteed. 5ee aaW Mrs. J. A. Moores, 226 S 3:1 St., Richmond, y. & e r ' mJaaaW. niTinr "i,', m aaarBv. irftif ai' iTaaTaliiTtf'ariiilisffiaaaaalaaa Wlhten You -- GET FIRST PICK OF THE NEW 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 . rapfniy your home becomes attractive with new tlijiig.-'i- f you follow this plan of adding something utw every jFall spring. Try It A Splendid Stock of New Up-to-Da- te Furniture, Mattings and Rugs Ready for your selection now. more we are impressed with the fact that the best suits sell first. The most artistic patterns, the richest 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 by-earl- The longer we are in the clothing buiness, the Suits SPEEDWELL SHOES THE BETTER KIND. We strive always for something better for our our trade, 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 fine patent leathers, tans and gun metals, both in button and lace for dress-u- p wear; and some special Calf skin stock for extra hard outdoor ' All they ask is a trial. & t$ long-weari- ng y service. Price, $3.50 and $4.00 KENTON SUITS. BENK ETT and HI 66 ll'S UNDER AKINC Mrs. Mary O'Xeil has purchased from cannot the thrrTbef ill nut OH Mrs. A. K. Carse her beautiful home on OCUf .a. ZiT u rare dPlfnrM. and that H Ity conMltatlun-- . Riht Main street. by an laflamrd I la rratOiet. Dettae ion ,f the maraua Matac f the RuMarblao I Next week will appear the advertise WbM tMa take it taSamrd jroo taw a 1 Jt uLUbt nooad r liapw'wt lwartes. and when I n ent of T. O. Rrpaddus the now meit Ummalt, and it j rttlrelj- rloeed IV fun la raj Ibr iBflaHHBatteo can ! tafceo oat and and grocery man OH Second street. Betblsg raaard fef Catarrh. t.j art m. J roadftUo U tbr wbi It nsrfam.but your tmt a noio now anu paste n in . so that you witl not forget that bwot j al l llaadml IaHar far any cae tbat tf DrafDM tnwi br catarrbl Seed camwt be Tuesday, Oct, 8, will bo registration for eireu- ' r HiM'a Catarrh Care. U'' r F J. CHEXEr & CO.. Toledo, O. day. AttontloH Is oallnd to the public sale Suit ty DrsfgWa. 75c advertisement in this issue of Dr. II. U Tata Hall 'a Family nil for constipation. Sandlin, who. U having a salo prepaid tory to moving to Texas. Deafness Cannot Be Cured local appUcatluoa. aa , tr . r.rLui af th nl 1 - 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: HANAN 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, you'll always wear them. We PRICES, $5.00, $5.50, $6.00. Dr. M. Dunn Specialist BY K. BAR, NOSE ami TIIKOAT Richmond, Ky O.JUtn BMg. la Disease of JESSE COBB, General Auctioneering. .Services Reasonable. 3. P.iONF-8- or 481. Marine IIOIWBCBRI'IKO OoH require, the service of a rep -- oeiit alive in KiefeHMNid tnteokaflor suhi.nition renewals and. I extond kn uiaTioa by stwetel meOtods whioli successful.- unusually proven hs-.Previous com mission. ami e!perience desirable, but not ossoHttet. hI; ie nme or mm lime. AfMrut with reduces, J. P. Fairbanks, Good WANTED e Sir "1 have been somewhat costive, but Dohh's Kagulots gave just tlio results desired. hey aot mildly and regulate the bowels perfeotly. (Jeon:e B. Kiause. 300 Walnut Ave., Alioona, P;u Tho now High Bridge was oponed for traflio last Monday. It is the highest bridge in tho United States, boing 31S feet above the water and cost a million and a quarter dollars. When in need of Blaoksniithing in any of its brandies, Panning Implements Buggies, Carriages, Wagons, Ilubbor tiros &c, get prices from It. E. f. Miller, UuionOity, Ky. A oheok was received by President Ncul, of the Blue Grass League, for Niohofeon, of tho Prank furl team. Louisville had intended to draft this player, who is a fast youngster and lift at a 3:18 clip. It is behoved that tho Pirates drafted him for Indianapolis. Oui-fieW- $15. $16.50, $17 $1 8 $20 $22.50, $25. Other Good Suits, $10.0 BEACON HOES. We've sold .them for years, and the demand grows every season. Good looking, very comfortable and durable. We strongly recommend them. Lace or button styles in the new shapes for the young fellows as well as .broad, easy toes for older men. to $12,500. PRICE, $3.00 AND $3.50. Covington and Conference Adjourns. Poultry Show to Be Held in Richmond. Opening at State Normal. The railway stations at Richmond, the trcets of the town, tho campus and it buildings presented sconos of unusual activity last week. Tho mnchinury of tho State Normal School has been sot in mo tion. Students and toachors aro burp ing eagerly about and inturost and on thusiasm arq everywhere ovldont. Tho young people of Eastern K'etftuoky havfc found out that the Stato is offering in this institution educational opportunities hither o unattainable to thorn, and l hi' aro coming in largo numbers and with or ambitions to fill its dormitories and its class room to avail themselves f what it has to give. Ono particularly ratifying featuro of this year's opening is tho iucrea ed enrollment at tho of the year. Practically all of theso students will remain throughout the year, and a large proportion of thorn ill continue their work uninterruptedly ntil they have finished their course This moans belter and moro thorough work than thoy aro.nble to accomplish when lliey enter for only a" part of tho year, discontinuing to teach a while. ,ind returning for anolhor term. A solid, permanent study body is the oal of tho school, and she is forging steadily toward it. During tho Kentucky Conferonco of tho Methodist Church, which was in annual session ii Richmond last week, tho school hospitaoly opened tho boys' dormitory to theministers, and by crowding tho students somewhat, euterlainod thirty of tin isitors - Desperate Prisoner Escapes Jail. nks Many a mother has learned f al way of avoiding .icknes in her family, especially aiming- the children, by the use of a free sample bottle of the Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. This offer of the doctor's to send a free sample buttle has been responded to by thousands of women in all parts of America. Dr. Caldwell's Syrap Pepsin is a truly wonderful laxative ami 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. Itis all that a child' remedy sbowla 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 lie given to children under any circumstances. ' am Return From Pasteur Housekeeping A.e New York Institute. It has been tho pleasure and honor of 1WH (hnrlos Holmes, charged with rob Cy. bing iho postolllco at Hedges, Clark I Daniel Dykes and A. J. Laokey, Jr., Mr. anu Airs. J nomas 11. Vox aru uur city and citizens to entertain the Ponltry fanciers of Madison and adcoiinly, mailn lux escarH from jail hero who have been taking treatment at the - ail opening st MoKees OoL 2m1, rd, receiving congratulations from their jeuosts of the Annual State Conference joining counties are all agog ovor the Mondnv niht. Holmes wis a govern- Pasteur Institute, OiHuinnati., for the a;, j 4ih of the Methodist Episcopal Church. brilliant prospects for the first annual a. friends over tho arrival ment prisoner and brought hero from past three weeks, returned home Fridav I during tho past week, the closing poultry show, which will be held at tho South, Lexington snmo timo ago to await the ! Flees Pure Apple VitiHgsar at Aliman For Rent Monrecalled that nelirifi of the Federal grand jury. When night. It will b exnrolsos of which were concluded McKt-skating rink on December 0, 7, S lmy law ollliccs in tin day evening, following the conferring of and 9. 1911 This exhibition will be held mturv ymifrdu uiorniug Turnkey August 20, these young men were bitten Will sub-rerP " .1 IHunt-- atnfiwl In n fliinfiT' ... . . ...... ...... by-- a dog supposed to be infected with " "l IUb Breck. fir a HarLlailiir eynlwie Ohlhnm Building from now uuiill Jan- minlstors to tho various charges over the by the Madison County Poultry Associa:. (lull as was customnry, ho made his 1st, time, they a,rul me slock. tf uary 14 1013. Slain. tion, an organization recently formed in rounds at iho usual hour anil bolioving hydrophobia, and at that Grant E. Lilly, if Bishop W. A. Candler, of Atlanta, was this city and members of the Amori:an to were tnken to the Burgin madhtone in nil prisoners in thoir cages pincodt-' io i couUVt be everywhere, se he 'lock thi-in for tlio night. Holmes, Lexington, which treatment in itself is Official Visit. tho presiding officer and W. E Arnold, Poultry Association. The officers of the m Je iao(iir." mwpver, hail concealed himself i the supposed to be sufllaionl in such cases Oram! Master It. 1U lturnam spent of Carlisle, secretary. In addition to association are: J Coleman rteff, presi. corridor and nlxuit iwn o'clock nmtlo D.nvilie is M mtve a ftw l 0,000 who were in at dent, Ed Blanton, first vice president; tho numorous visitors Friday awl Saturday in Louisville, Ins oscino by awing one- - of tho but by taking the above treatment the dk. C .iiimn eit two inch bats which admitted him to parents leel that every precaution has lug his annual oIUohiI visit to the Ma tendance, tho sessions were largely at- Mrs. Curt Robinson, "bf Lancaster, second tuo outer passageway, and going to the been used and thai all poison has been U .ilintrv natmainf at R. V. UWrs sonic Ilome. tended by local members, and citizens vice president; J. B. Walker, secretary second tloor knocked out a window and eradicated from the system. Wm. F ..a 2tati. as well, and was a pronounced success and treasurer. leaped U tho ground, a distance of Hunter, ot White Hall, Millinery Opening. this county, from every point, the spiritual uplift The fine display of poultry exhibited about twenty feet. Holmes was i.;: brerk. Nrf. lthlMMr. 31 rch and Douglas, Millinery. Gib of Kentucky being the prevailing topic at the Madison County Fair, two weeks a desperate character and has who was' bitten by the snme dog, and jr. c iiick nimiraH!B. given tho jnil authorities a great deal of also taken to 'ho same Institution, will son butldiiiir. Main St,, will have a dis ot the conference and was interestingly ago, is largely responsible for this move trouble during his incarceration here remain until tho latter part of this week. j.c ur to Ttk K. V. Riders MHHnery play of patern and tailored hats, Frida discussed by some of the ablest minis- ment, which will meet with great favor. flejudmitlcd serving several terms in 23rd. ti.iuif Fridur, Sept. !i3nd. j ters of the State and Saturday Sept. 22nd, and especially among those who are interestvarious penitentiaries. Destructive Fire. All tho pulpits of tho local churches. ed in standard-brestock. It is the Dan Breck. fke, iyrhtsinic cyclone Engle & Co.'s Opening. KlvlTON were ably filled purpose of the officers and members of J both white and colored, U About 12 o'clock Saturday night the r J .ive stock iatkurHftoe. Eng)e it Co., announce their fall alarm of fire was given. It proved to be Sunday morning and evening by visiting the association to put up liberal pre LRNS 1 uu are invited to at!ed B. V. Elders opening for Friday and Saturday, Sept. Judge A. R. Burnam's barn, in the roar r ministers of Jhe conference. Bishop miums, and thereby secure the sanir 22ud and i'ird. Everybody is cordially Jiuhnwy ofxmmg Friday. Sept. 28nd. occupying that of the Methodist fowls that are exhibited in Lexington, invited to call and look, whether they of his residence, on West Main street. EACH pronounced by Louisville and other larger cities durin? W Br.iaMifi &. Ob., have escellenl church, his sermon being wish to buy or not. It is a pleasuro to The fire had so far progressed before it ! show their beautiful and stylish hats. ftc.uues for storage, lirtejf In yoUr was discovered that the entire buihling all who hoard it as one of the strongest the winter session, and the success ol IrCnCs lX wheat and most forcible over made in Ken- - the undertaking is assured from the and contents were destroyed. There Card of Great Record. lucky. was no insurance. This was the only outset. It is the intention or those nav- Joe Oldham huf hi last week from T. We wish to thank our friends and II. A. Richardson." tho "live-wire- " One of the most pleasing events of the ing charge of the premium list to offei piece of property owned by Judge Burd oattle at neighbors for their kindness during the J lurlis lifty-isi I es ma n for tho Remington Typewriter nam hot protected by insurance. Three occasion, and one that was shown to prizes up to $100 in cash. Tho commit 5 cfctitb. Company, was in tho city Saturday and illness of our beloved baby, Louise, also of the tee is now busily engaged in making out moot the highest appreciation sold .two typewriters ono to this office, horses burned to death and another will Come to Owen MoKee. Hiolimond- Tor the beautiful flowers. was the refreshing the catalog, which will be issued during tho latest visible, model Uomtn.'ton, and probably not recover. Two hundred vlsitinir members, Mr. and Mrs William T. Jones. K i far dry geds and notions. Others tiie other to Arnold. Hamilton t Luxon. bushels of barley, tour sets of harness, barrel of ice water that was supplied the next few weeks, and it is already tho lattor boing the type known as the hay, buckboard and break cart and a uo L.d why net ytt. tf daily by our clever and esteemed mer known the prizes to be offered will For Sale. Remington-Wahadding and subtractSewell & McMnney, wnicu uu- amount from $1,200 to $1,500. Compoti MM. by the lead. 0 i ornjl. per ing typowritar, tho 'same being parlicu number of other articles were burned. Rhode Island Bed und White Leghorn chants, oi tion will be opened to all standard bred Precinct Chairman Appointed ntrly ndapted for voucher work, billing, Loss is estimated at $3,500. There is no place in irom ur order to Boosters not Cockerels just old fashion- cuplod a prominent Democrats Headquarters is ono oi adding and general auditing. In addi- clue to tho cause of the fire. chickens, turkeys, ducks, geese, pigeons, their grocery store on" Second street. ArM & Simmons. tf ed Boosters, cheap if taken at once. he busiest places in Richmond, aim tion to this. Mr Richardson hail sold At the conclusion of the conierenuu. etc., recognized by tho American W. Cobb. T ns a. Shefcea, agent for Hurst Joutity Chairman Jesso Cobb, with his during that week twenty l wo of the regapprecmuuu Rains Have Helped. Red House, Ky. resolutions of thanks anu tenographers. is turning our uemocraiu ular numbor 10 and number 11 Models, Hoc e Insurance Oe. Write me or phono lt the citizens earn literature and Usue orders to tho count tho Commercial Department of Berea Thoso interested In poultry are were cordially extended to Tito crops of Madison county have 2$ 151 ria 2. Umon City. Ky. hairmen at n rapid rate. Intercut in 'ollego installing ton of thorn and the come ou' wonderfully in the last three For Sale. of Richmond for tho kind and courteous estly invited to join the MadisonJpount am. dorton High School, of Loxmgton. in Tue wets ami dry will play a jme of Poultry Association, tho insignificant hn sLi.o races is at fever heat up a nailing soveral. Thls'makes a total of week?. The grass will probably be the At my place, four miles from Valley reatment the visitors had received. Madison may'bo counted on to oil UseUil al Xiohefasvilla, the prooeds Vtow. Southdown Bucks, one and two following are some of the , appoint fee of $1 being the only requisite to Jig majority for ono her lavoriio sons. twenty-fou- r Tho machines fold by Mr. Rich the best fall gras wo have had In years . ... . n vu. , mi w nil. membership. Any information will bo lonator McUreary, and the entire statt inlson in six dnys, which is bound to bo as looks as green as in the to go toward repairm; the town pump. . w UlUllia n.v tviii. hn ni- miereai years old. Call on address. first of it work iven by the president, secretary or any ickot. Chairman Cobb has appointed considered good eight when it is a well- - Juno. The tobacco crop will be good readers: Luther Davis, Mr I.uciea Thompson and Miss. Lena and ton machines following precinct chairmen: known fnct that ho follows: member of the association. Tho presiding elders aro as st It. I). 10. Lexington, Ry an excollent month's work for the mil the late corn is coming to the front. To. ? both of this county, were l!!t lourt Houso, J. W. Maupin. Cny Ha) , Covington district, llev. J. v- Mr. Richanlson lias The farmers say that corn "will not be I. II. Aliman. Normal, R. E. Turloj . ivorago salesman week in W'iaohiSter by Judge " For Rent VaughU Francis, It. B. Torrill. Chonault. U many friends hero who congritulated so high since the rain. Young mules ' Caldwell High School. Erans II Phelps White Hall. Ed P. Million. him upon securing recently for his wife- are much higher in price than they Danville district, Rev. W. E. Arnold. L will rbnt. privately, my farm.locaUd Miss Lillian Anderson, thooldesi daughTi.e Woman's Suffrage Assertion The Caldwell school has enrolled to ted House. W. A. Williams. M Frankfort distriot. Rev. E. L. South Richmond, Ky.. on mile from or of Col. George F. Anderson. 1t former were a month ago, and horse will bring Collcgo Hill B. Dunhar. Wi j iceet at the Btks club rooms on one-hadate COS pupils, attendance thus far Crcary, J. Pos- - gate. nit-r for the vear 1912. . u. noniop. prominent resident and business man of belter prices. Cattle aro holding their llill. nr: .turday afternoon at Imlf-paDeenng. being almost perfect. Tills is "an in Dillard Joo W.ivavanaugu, Brassfiold, J. his citv. Wagers. Loxinpton district. Dr. J. R. Waco. own and farmers are anxious Session for seeding purposes given at li-e- e . oock. since the V. Hord. Bear Wallow, Spood SicMaysville district. Dr. E. G. B. Mann. crease of about seventy-fiv- e to stock up with feeders. The potntoe once. For terms see the undersigned or . Maupin (Cohan. Kingston, Jool New Partnership. I W Keed. of Bath county, was tried telephone 280-- 5. Shelbyville district. Rev. C. L. Bohon. school opened two weeks ago. rop is short, being almost a complete tluo Lick, 15. S. Terrlll. Berea. II. C In the senior class thero are fourteen Volfo. Clav, Fayoilo Vaughn. Dun os a Large of seJUug tobaooe wh'oh he Mr J. D. Christopher and nuston Z. failure Jackson district. Rev. C. F Onoy. Mrs. Tommib Osbohn. jt appoint- members, seven young Indies and seven had pooled with tne Hurley Society and Some of the other principal annon. W. E. Adams. Burnam, Join. itono have fgrrrijid a partnership and Tuesday. Oct. 3rd, will bo registration young mon. W. Ballard. Tovis, McCreary Simmons To Take Part in Ceremonies ments are: vill do all kinds of painting and paper 'as fiutd $39 and oosls. n reorganized Irutcher, T J. Cartis. Posoy, Jaspei tanging. These genllomJm are thorou- - lay. The orchestra Lexington, First church, Rev. O. J. new Govern1 TLe ron bridge erected by the county Tho cornor stone for the Tudor. Newby, Eivada for practice'one or two afternoons .each Wiley. hly acquainted with every detail of the A Hustler. vauoj liggorstalf, Morgan Taylor. xross east prong of Otter creek, near meiit buildinc at Ml. Sterling will be Chandler. greatly to our reg View, Isaac Coffey. week. This will add Win piiPKter. Rov. L. Robinson. business, and tlloy solicit a sliaro of Ked H iuie, has been completed and is laid tomorrow. Uranu Jiasier i.iv. ui . Mr. F. M. Stivers, local representative street. Rev. T. W-- ular daily exercises, and will be espec inn, tie your patranage, guranloeing all work now opened to the pubMe. ...w .111 n in j iI,a ilnnn IinU Willover VU...1Q.U.-- Sr.nit of the Metropolitan Life Insurance Co., Great Barbecue at Carlisle. turnod out by them to 'bo ially helpful on public occasions. in from Walls. assisted by prominent Masons Ti.e new front which has been d The young men of the High school The Democratic Barbocue at Carlisle ovory Telephone 2'JG, wns called to Paris Saturday to confer particular. Ft. Thomas, Rev. J..R. Savage. !, Si.no. and the event win uo with the d strict and state managers as have begun football practice; some good fhursdiiy was in street parlance, n residence, 2 17 Second strcot. in the Taylor & Oldham building Flomingsburg, Rev. G. A. Tague. history of Mt. 2t ... tho the iirros. I'Xtimiitns as to the future conducting of their material has shown up, and wo predict hnuilinir actually present range tofrom antes it use of the most attractive busi- Uiuwuiauiu W. S. Clark. Mavsville. Rov. umber Storting. ness houses en Main street. a winning team. Four local games will 22.000 to 30,000 Tho great tiirong is First Meeting In Winchester. business at this placo. Of one hundred Middlesboro. Rev. B. F. Chatham: be played. The manager is offering sea reported to have covered a twenty acre H. G. Turner. The Fraternal Brotherhood hat made und sixty men employed by the Metro Frankfort, Rov. Fob Balk Sawed oak touaaoo sticks. Wanted. son UCKels , greatly reuueeu price, u linhl ami to have lurnisncd an auuionct irrangements io hold its first Stato Con politan Company. Mr. Stivers stood Paris, Rev. J. J. Sims. I prices. Will ship any amount from near bought now. in order to be assured of of some thousands around each oi th Lvonlion in Winchester on Vi cdaesday. ninth in amount of Industrial insurance A farm of about 50 acres or less Slinlbyvillo. Rev. W. O. Sadler. 100 to a carload. sneakers' standi. Undor such condl Write qulok. Ky., well improved and on sufficient funds to meet absolute ex lions, it Is not surprising mat sucn Ooiober 11. One hundred delegate?, written and paid for during the first Richmond, Somerset. Rev. C. K. Dickey. Em ill Lumbar & Timber Co., or will peases. We hope the public will give campaigners as Gov. Marshall 'rent' selected from tho lodges. throughout the eight months of this year, having more or near pike. I will pay cash T.awronceburir. Rov. P. F. Adams. Ct A Co., Ipine. ,Ky. Senator McCreary should confess that Stato will be in attendance. Thu order business to his credit than tho repre exchange property in Hawkins aro some ot the changes in tho the team support. These never before in their politic 1 experience nas established lodges in nearly every sentatives ot the company in Lexington, At the Oiney (III.) fair hist week. Mrs. Tenn. My property consists of Dwelling The young ladies have organized conference nrinr.inal stations of the they looked upon such Oamboe. wife of Elder WT. S. Gamboe, mouse, large ware nouse, 1I..A.I .j Vlfltt An appointment of local interest is basket ball team and they promise some had of Democrats Thoso an outpour city in Koutiiyky and Winchester was Paducah, Covington, Newport, Paris, ngures canme Dairum, won five premiums on d sale, stand, sixteen room have no other meaning than that 1911 chosen for tho Fraternity's firsi State Winchester and many other larger Kversole to tne ix)i Interesting contests. unil thnt. of Rov. P. ca.oa Elder Gamboe nreaohed tfor house and restaurant, oiwru Convention. Paul H. Piersall, district cities tha i Richmond. circuit. Mr. Eversole has l?een The new teachers are meeting with is to be a Democratic year. tPiro acy years at Ited House and Union black smith shop. 1 exchange any par. livingHill Richmond for several months encouraging efforts on the part of their v manager of tho Fraternal Brotherhood, in Miss Perry Elected. smau this county. . all of this property tor a is in Richmond for tho purpose of nn.i "imvimr served College Hill some pupils. All seem to be happy in th At a'meeiins of tho Board of EJuca.- - establishing a lodge hero before the. Riojimond. Call orauare ss, years ago, has many friends here who auspicious beginning of this year's work farm The eighty-eightMonday. Miss Gladys Porry, daugh session of tho A. U. near tion in j. waiKer Cross, UOKOrsviiie, Reporter delighted to have mm again wu Buone s reek Baptist Association closed 12-ter of Mr. Henrv Perry, was elocted to State Convention meets, so as Ui havo Box 23. vacancy caused by the this city represented at the meeting. was himj fill out tho Wednesday night one of the most them. Mr. Kversoio roslemition ot Miss Lottie Faris, who Card of Thanks. Missionary Secretary for the conrerence, successful sessions with the Baptist, Lost Horse. Novor forget you aro a part of the lias beon leaching the third grado at own depqrtment The appointments, generally, " at Irvine ever held in the history The pastor and his people wish to ex Caldwell IHl'H school. Miss Faris has town, and that your strangers horspverv thin, white spot in satisfaction to preach up the helps estimate f bai organisation. both hind Jegf, ii,.riit. will cive T1.a onrvilnlmiint ni- press most heartily their thanks and accepted a position in Arkansas and ot tno to mako forehead, skin.off inside piaco. her will ago. ers Aim peopm. "rr- "- uis- - appreciation for all the kind assistance Sent.leave for Miss new held of labor on month Perry has boon teach The. funeral services of Daisy Louise. cam to.my house about a 29th. x.rt. w E. Arnold to the . uanviue ... .. ... Burned to Death. rendered, in any way, by the people of Inir In tho traded sChooiatGuthrio. Ky., e sixteen months old baby of Mr and V"' Owner can have same ty proving Of WI11CI1 UICIHII""" Irir.t. laugh, in the Normal w uliara T. Jones, of Paris, who . , Mr. J. VT. Chllders, a grocoryjnan 0f narticularly satisfactory to our people.as Richmond in entertaining the Con and has also cltv. and is in ovory way hip and paying fur au wu..-Kuhnnl in this 1. .a.e allliA nastor here and was much ference. in his Wm. Challas, Ji4 Saturday morning were held at the qualified to fill tho position to- - which Loxington. was burned to death coaae of Mr. Sam Jones, on Moberly Rev. G, "W. Crutchfield. Kichmona. r.j. thought of by his congregation. tAm nKmit t nVIncfc Mnnilrtv mhririnf?. Mile Road, .suo has been elected. yeaue. Sunday afternoon al 3 o'clock. 13 Four Mr. Cliilders was sleeping irl thj store. ' C A. Tague. officiating. Burial First to Get Reward, Seeker , "X--i place Gdbd Nev s for Teachers. nml his remains were found foveral New Millinery firm To The Home in the Richmond cemetery t. AhoiMin was awarded 850' n announced hours a chaired) bond Statn or Investor. for the At the proper time Mr. Jesse Dkes iwhi. nmiitvilnb Todd, conviction", o Misses Lorrena and Jva Burris will that hn Treasurer Farley has in order to tion. after the fireoffathe tiroMrsi Chil-Uj was hoarding money At the. time bolh colored open at once a new millinery parlor In farms, stock farms, Sa Wo have Fruit be abl to meet tho first paymont duo announce himself a candidate for i.tHnttnn farms. y-the ljobson building. They will open the school teachers, which will bo due dors was in Richmond visiting hejf rela office of Chief of Police of Kiob Poultry farms. PI r.,, foil tlincitv authorities offeree! ,rS middle of October. H6 stated that tlves". Jeff Stono and family. Mrj tione ancud. Mr. Dykes has served on the po Timber lands, HWCK of $25. for evidence uflelei with, a full and complete line of latest thethought he would have ample fui ds and Mrs. Cliilders left for Lexlng on on Local and Long Distance a at nt. f .'nti.tJd And most styles in both he rig." lands.-Ranch lice force of Richmond and made a fear for Bonviclton oi anyuimt; Alverson re on han) to make tho first installment the early train Monday, but welje .not Telephone 83 fine colonization nntion law. foreign Md domestic designs for ladies, and t at it wou'd not be necessary foe w.i terms. Some itM aod faithful officer, and he has many they the above cases and as each wJ eblMrw. Se Mxt isu Let ns tell you about touchers to discount the claims in permitted to viovr the remains, the inead happy to know that whaTwehave. Co,- guilty b received a chck W p mated such a gUsistly sJfktt attar ti ioU. he Su tbk woueyv e wiu enter the race for .the nomina ftfly pMisk. Births. e -t nt Magncnte. "1 Fourth FREE REMEDY HELPS CHILDREN iutl . n"s late d . J-- Si con-ider- 1 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 vtp the child and soon it wilt be well again wonderful results have been secured .with. Syrup Pepsin over night. Yoa can buy it of any druggist at fifty cents or a dollar a bottle, the latter being the family size, but yea 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 buildimr. Monticello, I1L d W. O.-- PARK, WITHPINNELL-McMULLE- Can-dlo- N p - lIVE STOCK COMMISSION CO. KANSAS CITY STOCK YARDS, $5.K 4.50 1.35 S-- Quotes prices of stock and feeding cattle as follows: Nwhy stam. 1129 to 1360 lbs to afcofee sloe strs. 350 ie WOO Ins.. toenoie. ymrHng steers steer calves. 7 to W month oM to to choice heifer ealves. 7 to 10 months old to choice 1 ami 2 yt-- old heifets to choice stock cows. 3 to 5 yents oM Kansas City. Mo., September 15, 1811. Good Good Good Good Good Uood Good IKO-peun- te noice :- 4.16 4.50 3.S5 3.40 5.10 4.15 5.50 5.00 4.15 3.16 a it Coursos leading to Elementary Stale CrtiHeate, Intermediate State CertiS-eate- . Advanced State OrtiM jhU (shit cert incite booomes a Lire Diploma). All these eerlincvites are valid in all Puolic Schools in Kentucky. Special Courses. Revww Oourtei. Tuitiox Fun to Appoistkss Two splendid Dormitories, New MudeU Sohoool. New M.viurU Trainimr Building. Prac12, 1011. Students oaa eater tice School. Fall Term begins A TRAINING SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS. to advantage mar-r.eja- Basthun Kkntli kt tim SrvTR Nokvu Address J. sckursrC. I'RAHBE. President. Richmond, Kkstvobt. lf n st Bill bC A JT.M SesiLlk&i - has-bee- REDUCED Wall I have a big line of up- te Paper which I will sell at greatly - to-da- first-fila- ss com-P't'e- - J a-- reduced prices, in order to make room for next season's goods. Very truly, hand-painte- 1 a RICHMOND, Tandy Eads KENTUCKY. Jesse Cobb t-- h !. cb-rch .." d. uiiu An Easy Mark. You cannotmiss ltl There are "more dollars in real estate y than ever before for the investor. Our properties are all ehoie, rest.ricued and right in the direct line of improvement. Approved lots for business or residences. Selecfaisfc of. stores and houses to rent or iease. Telephone, write or call to-da- ka . TF-- it ii ri Bluegrass Real Estate Company, INCORPORATED. "-- Zy Wed j i Gibson Building Mam Street Richmond, Ky SCO. TyWr.Tex. K i gt 'iiy; 3? Wxwi the Item o3M tic Houm off Representatives coavwwd Champ Clark announced that a saving of 8182,000 vrould b affected by tb. application of economical busiae methods in the running of the Vom Havlft Jftccided to move to town, 1 The Eepublicans scofed at the Wa. will sell at public sale at 10 o'clock a.m.. They said it wouldn't be done. But sr oa the premises, on the Big Hill tike. the day ot adjournment C bairn as, l Kim irom twn, oa s, Fitzgerald of the Oosmiltee on I announced that instead of the- - promised t: $182,060 having beea the following", Eight extra fine fat work mules: 2 big sayed, the amount was 1228,000. "We horses; 3 milk cows, Jerdo not believe that we crippled the draftfull blood. extra fineare sey, the best but These House by abolishing a place in the, ter cows in the country. 2 Jersey heif House organization which had been ers to be fresh in December; 2 Jerse heifer calves: I two-yeold Jersey bull, nover came to the Capitol" declared subject to register: 1 combined chestnut sorrel aiare 6 years old, 1 extra fine Congressman A. Mitchell Palmer, of; weanling mule. 43 or 50 hogs and Pennsylvania, in explaining the methods, shoals, 2 superior drills bran new, 2 Hoosier corn planters bran, new and wire by which the $228,000 was saved. do not believe we crippled the opera- check 1roers, 2 McCormic binders bran new, Champion moving machine, 1 tions of the House by abolishing ,thb steel hay rake 0 cultivators. New Depositions of a couple of telegraph opera- partures, 7 breakfng plows, Vulcan and tors who had not put their hands to art Oliver Chilled bran new, 4 two horse wagons and fopr instrument in years. We do not bellevu horse wagon, beds almost new, 11 feed comparatively new, we crippled this house by abolishing sled new, 1 double shovel plow, 1 diaabout 20 policemen who never could bo mond plow, 2 disc harrows new, 1 double found around the capitol or by abolish- A harrow, tools of all kinds, including ing places supposed to be held by mon cross cut saws,; shovels; hoes, pitch forks, etc. 5 sets of new wagon gears, in this building and carried on the pay- all complete, 7 or 8 double sets of plow-gea1 runabout, 1 surrey, 1 hand corn rolls, drawing $900 to $l,000a year, who I will sell my half of 100 acres were working at the same time in real shock, to be judged Nov. estate offices in tho city of Washington. of corn in the the 1st This is best crop of corn In We have simply made the operations of the county. this house honest." Also at the same time and plare, 1 will sell all of my household and kitchen Hives and Prickly Heat Re-- , furniture, including bed room suits, a lot of nice mahogony tables, hat racks, lieved Free. etc., a lot of nice rugs, new, 25 or 30, all There is no conditions attached to. this sizes; carpets, matting; some1 nice sideboards, center and. ta offer. If you are suffering with hives, bles. A. brand tables cookextensionbest new stove, prickly heat, insect bites, or any other made, all kitchen utensils, tables, etc. At the same time, I will sell 3,000 feet skin affliction, we want you to accept with our compliments a free bottle of of oak lumber, and I will rent my unexpired lime from Octobor 1 to January 1. ZEMO, the clean liquid remody for echouse and grass, which is paying now zema, and all diseases of the skin and $50 a month. scalp. On top of this list there are other This free bottle is not full size, but it things too numerous to mention. is large enough to show you the wonderTERMS Made known on day of sale. ful healing and soothing effects of LONG TOM CHENAULT. ZEMO. Call today for your sample bot 01 rerry s Drug Store, a 1. M. Dunn, of Danville. Auctioneer. lie at S$kf PUBLIC SALE fDon'tj Overlook The Two Best Appro-priation- TKJtiy.Sqk.2t. to-wi- ft Hoosier W - r, - FOR SALE Second Street HY V, J Telephone 20 ft V1. a3 Why Not Wear "Griffon Clothes" This Fall? from excellent facbrics. They're very distinctive; still cost d They're no more than ordinary clothes. "Griffon Clothes" are all wool hand-tailore- Millinery Opening, Friday, September 22, 1911 E. V. ELDER, Don't Suffer! for nearly 7 years," writes Mrs. L. Finch er, In a letter from Peavy, Ala., "but I was not taken down, until March, when I went to bed and had to have a doctor. He did all he could for me, but I got no better. I hurt all over, and I could not rest At last, I tried Cardui, and soon I began to improve. Now I am in very Ood health, and able to do all my housework." Richmond, Ky. Betsy's Pointers "I Mr. Taft's message against cheaper of misrepresentation,, false pretense and excuses. The real reason the President vetoed the various tariff bills was notstated in any of his messages. It was because he was under obligations to the beneficiaries of the Payne-Aldric- h law to serve their interests instead of the public interest. Mr. Taft was elected President with a campaign fund conThen, tributed by special privilege bavin? done this the great tariff trust extended further aid (and placed Taft further in their debt) by frightening their employees into voting for Taft w. h the throat thar their factories and mills would be closed down unless he was elected. And. just as he was the can didate of special privilege, Mr. Taft is revealed in his veto message as alio the President of special privilege. Thus it is shown again how protection makes politics a business proposition. The trusts contribute campaign funds to the party of high protection wall with the intention of not only recovering from the public the amount of such contribu tions in excessive prices, but stupendous dividends as profits. Mr. Taft proved an exceptionally good investment for the tariff trusts. woolens will go down as a document - Public Sale. Having decidod to break up housekeeping I will offor at public sa e on tbr premises about 8 miles from Richmond, on beginning at 10 o'clobk A., M., th following property: 58 acres of land about 30 of it in grass and the rest in cultivation situat- eu on tue waters or Jlu dy creekSmili-fro- m Richmond On the place thpre is a 5 room dwelling, a good barn and all ueues.vsHry oui o .ikiiiigs. a never failing spring ur excellent water withit a few feoi of the door, and abundaiu-- t or stock water on ihe plan There Is a young orchard of 100 an ahund.i..c- - of grapes. Tbi place Is within half mile of turnpike and in good neighborhood, school and churches being near by. Also at the same time and place I wi 1 offer for sale 1 aged brood mare; 1 good 3 year old saddle mare; 1 good' 5 yea old work horse; 1 good milch cow and calf a good winter milker; 3 sows wit, pigs; 2 slioats, about 70 Dounds fiReh: two horse wagon; 1 cultivator; 2 double snovei piows; l wo horse corn drill; i lot of plow gear; 2 Oliver turning plows: 1 good saddle; about 1000 tobaco sticks; 1 large scalding kettle; lard or wash kettle; 1 buggy; a lot ol household furniture: 2 cooking stoves; chickens; turkeys, and 10 large Tooloos. geese. I will also sell 20 acres of corn in 1 130-galIo- n Thursday, Sept. 28, About Your Plumbing It is important that every plumbing 1 n ii ii a i jl - fixture vou install shall be of proven sani- tary worth. Your closet combination particularly should be efficient in the high- est degree, easy to keep clean, and have a perfect water seal to prevent the entrance into the house of sewer gas. i 1 1 M E I . SB U- - Hill I II II Do you appreciate the importance of having your work done rieht? 'Standard!! nllimKInnf irrl nnr ronrlrmoncliin insure plumbing perfection. iHfi All' .11 'iffiriatMaA. iiJT vri JL r- - i ll l ii ii I i Richmond Heating & Plumbing StwnW "Vhrite" Cloiet COMPANY, " I had been troubled, a little, have never seen a woman (Liquid) the field. Is a of proven value for Term, good sense but w had both great medicine chronic kidney and day of sate.liberal and made, known oi w.ith acute and ailments annoying Anyone desiring to inspect the beaut 3 enough to make her bladder irregularities,and for especially property before urinary day of sale is invited to it is self highly agreeable. If you recommended to elderly people for its caii wonderful tonic and reconstructive Andrew J. Uroaddus, t wish to see faces light up with qualities, and the permanent relief and comiori u gives tnem. u. jucuonneii joy and satisfaction just, drop 117 Catherine St.. Elmira. N. Y says: now are tne railway mail clerks to "Five bottles did the work for me most make effective their protest against in among the customers at effectively and beyond doubt Foley's having to work in wooden cars when l3-3- Foley's Kidney Remdey. Richmond, Kentucky. art. fiZI CARDUI I Lackey & Todd The Home of Low Prices and Square Dealing 02 WomanVTonic Opera House Building You may wonder why Cardui is so successful, after other remedies have failed. The answer is that Cardui is successful, because it Is composed of scientific ingredients, that act curatively on the wcmanly system. It is a medicine for women, and for women only. It builds, strengthens, and restores weak and ailing women, to health and happiness. If you suffer like Mrs. Fincher did, take Cardui. It will surely do for you, what it did for her. At all druggists. Wrttt tor Ladies AdrUary Dept. utttUnooga Medione Co, Oxatttooosi. I emL. book. "Home Treatment lor Women," tent free. J CO lor Setdal liubuctioru, mi U-r- Mr Karnier .Make your home as modem Jor yonr family as a city ret and place yonrBRif in a position to jret the latest market quotations at R" v liiiio. This can be accomplished by means of oar telephone service, when nn nt.cf your neighbor can for a sum that is small compared with the ben Call or address our nearest office or write direct to headquarters etiiR leccived. Sishvitle, rnne89efl. for information regarding our special "Farmers" Lines rat; If at present you are not enjoying telephone service, we can immediately m rest you. Oar lines cover the States ot Kentucky. Tennessee, Missiesipp Louisiana and the Southern portion of Indiana and Illinois. it net Rural Telephones gt SAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE CO., Incorporated G G Sale. & THEN jTour residences a d store buildings need YY to painted and papered, or decorated in any wy, see me about it, as I am prepared to doall kinds of Co Painting, Decorating and Paper Hanging. use nothing in the way of materials on your wpek except such as I invite you to inspect at all times bafore being applied to your house, etc. Also, I will appreciate a share of your patronage, and promise jTou in return for same honest work and materials. Very respectfully yours, I wfW -- H. DENTIST Wj LEEDS Richmond, Ky Paint Lick, Kentucky Crown, Hridge and Inlay work a Specialty. Office In Bank Building. -- Third 5treet New Tailoring Shot) J; B. Stoutf er has reopened a first class shop. Suits made .Over to order made at home by experienedTailors.: J ,000 samples to select irom. .Cleaning and Pressing. by JTailors. George Marischen, Cutter Also large line of ready made Clothing, iTfats, and Furnishing Goods at reduced price. s , : ' rf rrK -- Lt at t t ' H ,222 West Mkirr Street o sugar is soaring anu the consumer and liver and enables them to perform their functions naturally. For sale by must pay the big fine. Granulated sugar is soaring and according to reports a oiocKion ik son. hand no relief will be felt uutil the mid of Mr, Taft' tile Neari.t three-fourtburope supplies two- ot uctober. terms ot office has passed into history, fifths of the sugar used in the United 12-- 3 A. J. Tharp. Mar. He has bad, sufficient time to have made States and this year, on account of the progress od lines along which he prom shortage in FARM AND STOCK. that country, the usual im Taxes Due. ised to proceed when he was a candidate portation cannot be made. Sugar start Your taxes for tho year 1911 are now" for the high office he holds. lie made Come As administrator of the estate of his campaign on a tariff revision down ed going up in June and the advance has in my hands for collection. been $2.57 on the hundred pounds in.early and avoid the rush, as well as I will sell at Thomas Butler, deceased, his Into residence two miles south of ward issue, and today the country is in Common black sugar that was formerlyNicholasville, Ky., on the Danville the grip of a higher tariff tax than ever bought at les than 4 cents a pound on saving the penalty, by prompt payment D. A. McCord. Sheriff. pike, on before in its history, in spite of the fact the local market Is now $5.37 per huh hat the President has had two separate dred in Europe. It Is estimated that and distinct opportunities to keep hi local merchants wilt' be forced to sell at 10 o'clock A. M., the following word. In his three years of office Presl sugar at 12 pounds for a dollar within property; dent Taft can be credited with having the next four weeks. It is claimed by. Two tentle family mares, two , ,i . . .. old nines, muia coil eignt milk cows. kept Ballinger in office until the country umuy mai . i. .irusi iiios ooosieu . mo m ihree with calves at side; two fat was nauseated; to have almost succeeded price of sugar in order to offsot the big lieiiers. spring hcife.r, Jer&ey heifer in his attempt to give Alaska away to fine assessed by the government some- calf, .ijsrsey bull, eight the Guggenheims, and with having tine ago for violation of the Sherman jcnncKsee ewes, lour yearling Soutn- - quYelly Because do)lar for dollar we do with the food dopers law, and of course the consumer pays 'dowji ewes, four Southdown rams. sevcu sows with pigs about ready to In their campaign to drive Dr. Harvey not believe there is anything else line in the long rnn. wean, four dry xows, Poland China W. Wiley out of public life- - To thU on earth thj.t brings the same boar; iPnoi Mld offon day of sale. Si indefensible" record should be added Diarrhoea is always more or less Drd- fight weight fai ling!.. Iso some farm valent during September. Be prepared pleasure ns a home. And again, ing implements cous'Ming of binder, the President's action in framing reject for Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera sulky rake, dlc harrow, peg tooth ed peace treaties with two nations with and it. by investing' right here in your Diarrhoea Remedy is prompt anil harrow, iron roller, disc plow, three whom we are not in the slightest danger effectual. It can always be deneuded home community you are dealing plows, groin drtll. two buggies. of ever going to war. Oliver upon and is pleasant to tako. For sale two wagons, Fraxer brake cart, wheat in values youjpnderstand and with by Stockton & Son. box, tools, etc. some hnuse-fan. cutting , Money to Loan on Good Farm Fire, Lite, Accident I ,...i:.J5 1. i. ,J people you kfiow; hence th risk iiuiu luniiiuru, iiiuiuuiiit; Munrt pinno, and Health Insu also Chambers' Eucyclop dm. Laoos. of loss is completely eliminated. very best old line Companit ance The If not sold privately bWure il.ne of The Northwestern Mutual Life In Wm. S. Uroaddus, Agt. Whatyou dent, know about lumsale, the farm of 2C0 ncrfs, in high nurance C.i., will loan money .at 8 per state of cultivation, will be offered to cent interest on gnud improved fern ber "we are iere to tell you and "I have a word, of confidence ,in the highest bidder. Good eight room lands ob Mortf.e. Charaberlain's Cough Remody for ) wo may be aile to help you avoid frame' house, servants house, good OhenanU, Atty, Apply to J. C have used it with perfect success.' cistern, ice houso and ail necessary outmany of the jnlstakes that are frelf Rtehwond, Kf. writes Mrs. M. I. Basford, Poolesvlllei buildings. Ten acre tobacco barn and Md. For sale by Stockton & Son. three-roo. quently matle in. the selection of. tenant houe. Farm is i Trots. well watered, having everlasting arater lumber uusu Hod for different pur- Dyspepsia is our in stream in front and pond on rear. Special representative Nicholas, of 'the Burdock Hlood Bittersnational ailment Is the naM'ona poses. Somflt lumber is O. K. for About 135 acres will be deeded to Kentucky Trotting Horse Breeders cure for iu H strengthens stomacl wheat, of which purchaser of farm will outside irM Knd not worth a cent Association, was in Richmond last Wed- membranes, promotes flow of d gestivn In sack at thresher, other get one-hauicec, purines the blood, builds yot hall to go to tenant- - The farm is nesday advertising the Fall Trout up. for interior fijiish, and vice versa susceptible of division and will which will be given ai LexiBgtoe. ia lie Kiunv j 1st what-is- . best for offer on either of the two tracts October. All If you are going to have a party have KeBtuckiaas. especially or the whole. most nurr3s s and have it in stock RWei Hake your brick cream in that Term of sale: On personal propert- y- those residing in the Central jhat ot'xh . to show rail i urop . ana .let s in ttelielotH manner. tf all mms of 930 or under, cash: over State, look forward which mum el amount a credit of six months, ure to the October trots mi LexiacWi talk It over Babv miter Siva m! nut pvirehacor to give bote with approved .,., o ,v:T lutl eroup Ifwon'tapply Dr. T)kmmk ax with yo ' dte.iuu-OTli"r"1'-1security bearing interest from sow ef th saost xi wi k wuHHOHif it acts i ik murM. Ob real estate oae third xah, bkwe mm MMk m three equal Annual paynents. lug ceateets ever ImM W. BrM&itM 4b Co, for aU iBterest at six per cent per tMkr. MsAkM Mwtr smhs. kind of storage. UHlMi, A im will be reUnwd oa;.. largest fefayatfge rJ ibjih. la4 to secure defet red payaa nts. county lo Faytt-e- . A MMcMfe for Pain Dr. Thomas' II J.S. Butter, UBlMtrfe Oil, atraogt eb(Mt lini Dw Brck, Are, liffetaln;, AdilnUtftor of TboH Butter. ot ever devised. A hoiwhoMf iwhr i, B. obMriMix Attatton r. l&li ud Utt Ak Imuran. u . kulo ta M Are the largest alFaround ord er buyers of cattle, hogs, sheep, lambs, and calves at the Cin Digestion and Assimilation, cinnati Union Stock Yards. It is not the quantity of food taken Consign your stock to them but the amount digested and a similated that gives strength and vitality to the and receive the highest market system. Chamberlain s Stomach and Liver Tablets invigorate the stomach prices. Kidney Remedy is the most reliable kidney medicine ever made." Stockton & Son. It is difficult to see how Presidont Taft's 13,000 mile swing around the circle can end in anything but a sorry spectacle for himself. If he tells the people the truth about how he vetoed tho honest attempt of both brancheu of Congress, to reduce the high cost of living in this country; how upon taking office he filled his cabinet with men connected with the law breaking trusts, and how he tried and nearly succeeded in secretly giving Alaska away to the land grabbers, he will discredit himself. If Mr. Taft Juggles with the facts in the slighest degree, the insurgents, "swing ing" along in his trail, will point out his misrepresentations with such truth and logic that the President will be more discredited than if he had remain ed at home. The record of the Taft administration is not one that can be debated with any credit to tho Presldun The president has only himself, and men like Aldrich, Guggenheim, Pen rose and Lodge, to whose advice h listened exclusively, to blame. they are forbidden by departmental gag rules to criticise their condition, or disclose it to the public, or even to petition congress for relief? This is a query .that promises to perplex the railway mail clerks as long as Postmaster Gen erai uitcncocK remains .at the head of the service. There are 1,000 wooden mall cars in use. They are run between heivy cars, or between a stoel car in the rear and the engine and tender in front. In the event of a collision or uoraument the wooden mall car is invariably crushed like an egg shell. Yet Mr, Hitchcock, who is outdoing the "Father of all the Russians" in his imposition of a despotism and a reigrv.of terror among the thousands of govern' meni employees over whom his word Is .. .i . i iaw, says me rauroau mail boys must make no protest. If they do not like teir conditions, tbey know what to do! That is his ultimatum. all-ste- ol ... me usual treatment-bapplying Cham Deruan s Liniment. It is an antiseptic causes such injuries to heal without maturation, his lim.n it a Iso relieves soreness of the mucles and rheumatic pafns. For sale by Stockton & Son. y cuts ana bruises may be healed about the time required one-thir- d in by Going Up. W. S. Norris. ... hews m Circumstantial evidence has again ent a man to the tilectric chair, this time Henry Beanie, the rich society gem in cur fine collecman of Richmond, Va., was convicted tion of jewels is, and their rich of wife murder. The case has attracted color and brilliancy and uninational attention, lieatne s youngj que and exquisite setting wife was murdered while automobiling make them fit gifts for a with her husband and his dofense was that she was shot from ambush. lie Queen. We have everything had been married but a year. The jury that is new and n vel in pins, was out but one hour, but the verdict rings, ear screws and drops was one that the people of all Virginia hoped for, because tbey believed him at prices that are remarkable guilty. Any skin itching is a temper-tes- t the more you scratch the worse That good ice cream at liu ti itches. Doan's Ointment cures pil eczenm any skin itching. At all dr Ricci's reo cream is .Miok.us K stores. one talks about n Ain lliw.r uSI J Wonderful Offer. to. ord inn J VPftr nf tintlSUAi Triie o n i.MU importance and everyone will want to keep well postod on the affairs of the State of old Kontucky. The Climax has made special arrangements with the Courier Journal and Louisville Post to send these papers to readers of the Climax at greatly reduced prices. For How Bill Led ford sells goods so cheap. When 81.00 the Daily Courier Journal will be sent from now until after the November in town don't fail to see the new election In addition to the Climax for the Louis0 one whole year. For ville Post will be sent daily, from now until after the election in additi n to the Climax for one whole year. Take adtf Opposite Elder's. Wo are headquarters for 5, 10 and 25 cent goods. For vantage or this extraordinary offer, 5 cents you can buy many items thai ordinarily soil for a dime. For 10 To The People. cents you get values worth up to .a quarter. We have everything ia If you would have two of the best Enameled Ware, Tinware, Imported China, Glassware, Woodenwar. days of your llfo tako your wife and Brushes, Cutlery, etc., and every prie marked m pktln figures. Buy your to the Reunion of the Blue and children household goods hero aad SAVE MONEY !n 1SC1, they were called Yanks Grays. and Uebs. They meet at the Qreen Uroaddus Camp, at. Winston, Seplem ber 22. and 23rd. 1011. Come see both Hags wave that brave men surrendered their lives for. Come see the old boys perhaps for the last time. A Rare Beauty ever' "EAGER TiWc rnofifler 01 Age 1116 Jt $1-5- 5, 10 and 25 cent Store 5, 10 and 25c Store 239 W. Main Street, McCann Building 8-- tf 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 alt kinds of inetals and scrap iron. Bring what you have T Tuesday, 5ept. 26, 1911, Judiciously Spent Money is That Put IntO'Homes TTAVR FOIl KAT.R TTTtt Best Braces for fences, Water Tanks, etc., and any kinds Repairs for all kinds of Machinery. o RICHMOND M. WIDES Phone 363 KENTUCKY- - BEAR IN MIND That our grocery is one of the most complete to be found anywhec.e, 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. : : : : : :. t-- f; m lf con-rid- er ' , . . tht lmle wn.. it mt E)efl p4m. 8W. Todd- - wards Lamjpcr Co. D. B. McKinnev Swesor to Tate $m H i