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BL ANTON, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL THE RICHMOND CLIMAX. Froyal RICHMOND, MAEHSON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27. 191 1 i ij vjdunon il When you want Printing i l :t Know now il should bedone consult us NUMBER 15 Common Colds. Must be Taken Seriously Throw OutThe Lin For unless cured they sap ihe vitality and lower the vital resistance to more I Coal, Feed, Salt, Sand, Lime, Rock. OLD DOMINION PORTLAND CEMENT serious Infection. Protect your children and yourself ly the prompt use of Foley's Honey and ar Compound and nnln its niiifV- - find ilnnirfvn rnstlltS. For coughs, colds, croup, whooping cough. bronchitis and atrecttons or inc iiirpai, chest and lunes it is an ever ready and valuable remedy. Remember the name. llonoy ajid ar uoinpouna t oley ssubstitutes, he genuine is i ana na refuse yellow package. Stockton & Son. Give the Kidneys Help and Many People Will Be Happier he kidneys need help, hey're overworked can't fcet the poison filtered out of the l ood. They're getting worse uvery minute. Will vou help ihem? Doan's Kidney Pills havo brought thousands of kidney suffers back from the v rge of despair. Read this case: Mrs. T. S. El is, New Danville Pike. Lancaster, Ky.. say- -: 'I feel grateful to t'oan's KIdne Pills for the benefit they havo brought in my family. My back was very lame and there was a constant; pain at the base of my spine. Doan's Kidney Pille went at onoe to the toot Cf my trouble and entirely rolioved tie. Another member of my family wafc bothered, by attacks of lumbago and at times the back was so weak and lame that walking was difficult. Doan's Kidney Pills brought relief in this case Ju t as quickly as they did in mine. 1 have not the slightest hesitation in i commending Doan's Kidney Pills, as I know they llvu up to all claims made for them." For sal by a.U de:Uurw. Price 50 cents. Fostor-Mllbnr- n Co.. Hutfalo, New York, sole agents for tho United Slates. Remember tho name point's and take no other. m BAKING POWDER Absolutely Pure The only Baking Powder made fromReyal Crape Cream ofTartar NO ALUM, NO LtfME PHOSPHATE 'hr ow Out the Life Lane" THE STEARNS (MM ON EVERY GENUINE MATTRESS) & FOSTER M 4TTDFCC m -f to know MATTRESS 3Cv m For Rent s. nd All Kinds of Plaster Material. Cor. Main and B. Streets Telphone 85 N.V.WHITE The Old Reliable Dry Goods Man Just a Reminder We want you to remember that you can get the best Having decided" to discontinue housekeeping, I wish to rent my dwelling on Second street. House is in good repair, seven rooms with all necessary out build-ingBig Hay Deal. stable, good pasture, garden, etc. Jersey milch cow. I also have for sale Al One of the biggest deals in hay over 13-t-f Apply to T. J. Moberly. consummated In Bourbon county was terminated Monday of last week, when Foley Kidney Pills. Mr. Varden Shlpp, of Cllntonvillo, Will reach your individual case if you bought of Messrs. Jonas and Simon have any form of kidney or bladder on the farm recenttrouble, any backache, nervousness, Weil 33 ricks of hay heumatism, uric acid poisoning, or ly purchased of Frank P. Bedford. The irregular and painful kidney action, price paid was $3,000 cash. The lot emllefore you reach thn limit of physical braced 10 ricks of old hay and 22 of the endurance, and while your condition is crop of 1011 Ktili curable, take Foley Kidney Pills. Mr. Shlpp will bale ind ship it to the Their quick action and positive results will delight you. ry them. Stockton Southern market. He. shipped a con& Son. signment of .mixed hay last week to Southern parties, for which he received Automobiles Painted. Kentuckian- $23 per ton, f. o. b., Paris At my shop on Third fit. I am preCitizen. pared to paint and trim Automobiles, Carriages, Buggies and Vehicle of all Hit By the Hail. kinds. I have a painter of long ex. A number of Kentuckians who have perience and who understands his purchased large tragts of land in Canada business, Prices as low as .consistent and had hoped to get rich n$ their wheat with first class work. Give me a trial. crops have liad' their hopes dashed to and Horse shooing, Blacksmithing the ground. The recent hails in that repairing in all branches. country where were the Kentuckians' 13-James A Woores possessions almost completely destroyed Order one of those Juicy steaks from the wheat crop. Last year the crops wero practically a failure on account of Culton. Phone 125. drouth. After al, old Kentucky ; not the only place where disaster come to the crops and other worldly possessions , of mankind. -. tf Son Puts Father in Bad Pre-diceame- nt have AND to LOOK THROU.GHT&-- mtmmTMi j LACED DPEMIHG J S no jo, wmm w 1 ilV Ono of our well known citizens who lias boon in the habit of speaking openly In presence of his young son was put in a very serious attitude one day last o week. His son s one of those nico boys who make a specialty of always lit-tl- INS REAfr'rBlfKLi flLTHATIS HEALTHFUL M saying just what they ought not to,' and one day recently he laborious lugged a wooden pail in the presence of maternal grandmother and respectfully asked her to kick It. "Kick it! and why should I kick it?" demanded the old lady. "Papa said yesterday that he had been waiting a lone tlmo for you to kick the bucket, Cleaning and Pressing and I thought I would ask you todo it.' Ladies and gentlemen clothing cleanAnd Papa, who sal' on the opposite side of the room, swallowed his Adam's ed and pressed by Mr. G. F. Bradley. apple and would have attempted and ex- 130 Second St. up stairs. Work Is of planation, but tho matornal grand- highest order, price low. A trial order s solicted. 11 tf mother had departed to her home. Why Not? Some of our bovs and girls are starting off to college in various places and we shall seo no mpre of them forsome time Why not have tho The Climax sent to SUMMER FABRI A hint to the for the least money. ' wise is sufficent . We All A Like. Pictures Pos- Gr9t Advantage Men, to -- Working J, . sibly there arc loyed ones in your family of whom yo have no photograph. e It is your Juty to their pictures while they are till with ygu. Urge them to mafce an early appointment with pro-pur- of our loved ones. from weak kidneys and aseyero bladder A, Marie, J25 S, ?th St., S puben-Ville- , O., snysj ''for years J sufforcd phfps so I began taking them and sure enough I had as good results as any I heard about. My baokache luflTno ami to ono of my business, expressman, that alorio Is a great advantage. My kidneys acted free and normal, and that saved me ot misery. It is now a pleasure to is germ life that burrows under the skin work where it used to be a misery. and feeds on the skin. The way to euro Foley Kidney Pills have cured .me and ECZEMA is to remove the cause by Pills and their wnnderfpl trouble, I learned of Poley Kidney and Diarrhoea Itemed) and castor oil. It is certain to effect a cure and when reduced with water and sweetened is pleasant o lake. No physician can prescribe a better remedy For sale by their address whilo they are away! The Stockton & Son. flosj, will hn small and it will keop them Sale. in touch with things back homo, and bo equal or better than a luttor from homo. Lot in liijrnatmvood . 70x170 feet. j Apply to R. K. Stone. The "Washington (I) C.) Post. Republican, advises as follows: "MassachuAs u uiilly setts Republicans, Maryland Republic- will disable treated, a sprained ankle a man for three or fmir ans, Kentucky Republicans and tho Re. by 01ia.mherlain's publipans of qtljer yta.tes, whore full weeks, but freelyapplying as Liuuineut a soon tho tickets aro in the fjok) this year would received, and observing the inju.ry js directions, do well to Ijeed tho advico of tho leader with each botlle, a cure can be effected of the party in his sppech at Hamilton, in to four days. For sale by from Mil's, and put national issues .ahead of Stogk.ton two Son., fe . local." Tiie abovo is respectfully reforrod to Fine country hams jusn received a. Judge O'Rcar. Cullou's. tI Fpr boweJ complaints in children always gjvp Pliumborii 's Ool(j, Cholera Steams & Foster Mattresses are Comfortable, Durable and Sanitary; aot only because of the way they are made, but because of the materials in thaw. No patented process of mattress-makin- g will produce a quality wattrea out of poor cotton or cotton improperly handled. Stearns & Fosler Mattresses are made of cleaa, sanitary cotton; fched into hundreds of little webs, forming many springy, buoyant layers, fta riding newly three feet high. These layers are then laid by hand and compressed to osc-sixof their original height and encased in the ticking; then totted to juft the proper trrairm. so as to be soft, yet firm, half yielding to your fifurq, yet supporting k m $odm& taxatsa for ion. Made in the bcil qualities of Satin Finh, duAproof tiekingo WITHOUT EXTRA CHARGE. Four Grades of 3upericrirt j Anchor. $10.50 Windsor. $13.50 Lenox. $ia00 , Style A. $22.50 The Cause 6! Eczema a-l- jjaye my highest praise." First Crop Purchased. The youngest tobacco buyer in . this section of the State, A.'L. King, purchased the first tobacco sold in Jessamine county this season last week (12 acres) at 8 and 0 cents per pound;. Hp js 3 "crjip, off the "d block," and, like his father, knows a good crop when he sees it. Jessamine News. N. V. WHITE Main Sfreet, below The ScMegel Studio S, J, McGaughey Prop, first RICHMOND washing away with a clean, penetrating litjuid, the germ lfe and poisons that Guusa the trouble. Ave have a preparation that will do this. The first application will stop the itching and give prompt relief to an irritated, itching or inflamed skin. If you aro a sutferer from skin orscalp eruption in any form, try one bottle of ZEMO, the clean, scientific, preparation. We are Qonfidpnt you will be pleased with the results front the use of this standard preparation for eczoma. grown ppr-onGood for infant an well l'erry'v Drug Slure. When you buy a Steams & Fosler you get nW he MmMiqk Come in today and ask to see these exceptional Ma&estcs. W ft gsadry Lom them. A positive guarantee on e""ry Mattress. A Steams & Fosler is a very Comfortable and Econoauca! Mattjca to boy. is now a summer ai well as a winter remedy. It has the same invigorating and strength-producin- g ef feet Jn summer as in winter Try it in a, OLDHAM & L Undertaking a Specialty C- - El w. s. 22 1 B. ( Dav Telephone 76 n water. Utile cold roilk ox Night Telephone J3o u. ALL DRUGGIST!! a ' WL SELL MAY MAI)ITON PATTLRN5 10 CLNT5 EACH HUSTLING CAS STORE WILL YOU ARE INVITED-WHE- N 6 6 WE. SELL i) YOU GOME : MAY M ANTON' PATTERNS 10 CENTS EACH TO : SEE : OUR : DISPLAY : OF : FALL MERCHANDISE? Shoes! - All Kinds. Shoes! Shoes! Everything NewUp to Now! We want and lower in price for quality, than ever. ts to show you a. brand new line of Elite and King Company's Coats, Suits and Skirts from . Ga:r-men- Men's & Boys' Clothing We want to show you the greatest values in Men's and Boys' Clothing and Overcoats, we have ever been able to secure. We defy all competition ! in All Sizes. All Prices. The newest lasts,-- and more of them than ever. Remember we make good every pair of J. E. Tilt Shoes for Men, Dittenhofer Shoes for Ladies, and Buster Brown and Blue Rib- bon Shoes for Boys and Girls that fafl, through any fault of leather or workmanship, to give -a satisfaction. A trial pair is all we customer is assured to us. j ask--and. Si 5$ -. $10 TO $30 on '$10 AND $15 --p - .A, Wewant to show you the largest assortment of Infants and Misses- - Coats you have seen in this eit; VP- - v. " Prices ranging, from . . : $1;00 TO $7.50 ".V A, Suits and Overcoats for men; also $3,50 and $5.00 Suits and Overcoats for Boys. d We are showing big. values in Corduroys, - Kerseys, etc., for every day use from $7.50 to - $10. Be sure to see them before making a purchase. $ ' t$ You are invited When will you come? Wcwanf ) "listings, tact,-we to show - you our array, of Bress Goods, Ginghams, Percales, Outings, ect;,,etc. In want to snow you wnat you want in any . YOU ARE INVITED WHEN WILL YOU COME. ? - Corner First - H a m II t ov & Main - p O . Richmond, Kentucky - ii 0 - eral ,Vnr p" Caught With THE GOODS! On Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, October 2, 3 and 4, we will have a big SUIT OPENING of.one of the smartest lines out of New York. Don't fail to 'attend. Respectfully yours, OWEN McK BE 4 T0 SUITS DELIVERED TEN DAYS AFTER OPENING. Those who voted for Governor Wilson will feel the etfeots of the Republican administration when called upon to settle their taxes this fall. If we take IT KUKlEB HEM WOKBB1T seriously the threats made by O'Rear in THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO some of his speeches, the exorbitant sum spent Juring Wilson's administration (Ibeorporated.l will not be a drop in the buoket com pared with what we may expect if the and Mgr. Pres. IK. D. XiUw Republican candidate for governor ir. B. Wle - - SeeVTreas. should be elected. , Martin, o. oxrblnjjs recovering from an upuraiioH lor nppena ictus, watch "was lmoarhHtfaK r!ydby Cew'a eafeualtty of SvHor Secured performed in this city last week,. Car In Making. Mrs. Nunn and Mrs. Yreel'and. o" Frankfort; Mr. Leonard Quiun, wif am The quality f the but for depends to son, of 3Ioomington, llliuis. spint thi a great degoe upon the food and drink week-enwith Mrs. Hait.e Buchau&i. 'of a cow. She should have clean, ure water aad wholesome food. Much and daughter on West Main. care should be taken in th select Inn Mrs Waller Bennett, Mrs. 11. L, of tho ration. The individual cow has Mrs. J. G. Bdsley. Mrs. W. 11 uui.u vj uu in wis regard. But with Shackelford and Miss Uesie Miller mo- respect to the part that Is played In tored to Winchester Wednesday and handling the product of the cow too much carelessness ia evidnnt in tho weie guests of Mrs. Jntnes Winn. processes of buttennaking. After chnrn- Miss Margaret Shugats has been in usisnnisneatne butter and milk mixRichmond visiting her sister, Mrs. Jonas ture should remain outnt for nhnnt tun Mrs. Cornie Clay, of Rich- minutes In Rucker order to let the butter come mond, is visiting her niece, Mrs. George to the surface. A cup of cold water D. Robinson will hasten the process. An old recipe Lancaster Record. Miss Gladys Perry, who has been says; "The butter should bo carefully teaching at Guthrie, Ky., returned home skimmed off Into a wooden howl half full of Water. The water should be re Monday. Miss Perry has been elected peatedly changed until toa'position in Caldwell High School Indication of nllklness. It shows no It is Imporand will take charge new duties tant that tho butter should not be on October 1. pressed or worked during the process Dr. Tom Willis, one of Madison coun- of removing tho milk from the butter ty's sons, who moved to Louisville some After this the butter may be pressed into a mass and salt to tho extent of years ago for the practice of his proits weight worked Into It fession, has been visiting friends in this The water should be well pressed out, countv. The doctor looks as youi.g as but the less worked the more perhe did twenty years ago. fectly Its granular character is mainMiss Harriott Parrish entertained the tained. If butter is pressed firmly to the Mary Pattie Music Club at her home on earthen Jars or wooden firkins and last Wednesday. This was the first kept at a temperature of 60 or 60 demeeting of the club for the present sea- grees It may be preserved In fair conson, and the prospects for a successful dition for six to eight months. year's work is very flittering. Mr. Nat Brown, agent and telegraph COW STALL IS COMFORTABLE operator at MiIllon,"and son of Mr. and Mrs. Mil ward Brown, is at Pattie A. Stanchion Is Not 8ultable for Animal, Ha-ha- their hem la Jtta ied.l We fte i io uww that hv - - -- famed VI ..i L. -- - . - - - - - rs. David tFFtCT OF FOOC AND WWK o Public Sale --OF- Fine Bluegrass Farm! The Undersigned, will sell publicly, to the highest and best bidder, on d October 7, 1911, commencing promptly at 10 o'clock fi. mvtlie following property, t: 160 acres fine Bluegrass land, situatod in Madison county, on the Four Mile turnpiko, about 1 mile from the Court House, known as the Noble farm and formerly as tho Joe Chenault farm. On said farm is situated a nice fr,ame residence of 7 rooms, halls, porches, et , cistern, outhouses, good stock barn, and, is well fenced and well waterod. One if the best ponds anywhere; had plenty of water after tha.oxtended drouth. Said land Will Wdlvtiloil Intnenmra'lii parcels, and will be sold In live, ten, twenty, forty and eighty acre tracs, making about fliieen parcels in all, whh the right tosoHuny one or more of the m luguuiur or us a wnoie, me out or uws bringing the most monov will hn ac cepted. Now is the timo and chance to get you a home, any size you desire. The laud is rich, lays well, raises.good hemp, tobacco, corn and, bluegrass. in fact, it win raise any ining you desire to put it in. It is close to one of the best towns In Central Kentucky, which has located In it it the best schools in the titate, name- lv.' tho EiLStorn Konninkv tntn Vnrmnl tV School, Madison Femalo Institute and one of best public schools anywhere it is our judgment that wheniho Lord created this earth,, He made about 24 counties in Central Kontxcky, of whiuh we claim Madison countv to be one of the best-th- o garden spot of the world. y should you go WoM to soek a home in a ouo crop. State, and then a crop onlv every throe years, when Old Kentucky will raise wheat, corn, hemp tobacco, oats, bnrley. one and all if tllOm Cacll and ovnrr Vl:tr anil i nnn nf finest grazing and stock raising StaUs in uie union: Ono acre of Kentucky bluogniss, clover, or timothy, will produce more pounds of boef or pork than will an aero of land in any other State in tho Union. Come and look at this farm beforo the day of sale Wo will bo glad to show you. And mako up your mind to buy a Bluegrass farm and live and die harpy in Old Kentucky. Teiims Very liberal and mado known on uay oi saio. Don't forgot tho dato, Saturday, Oct. to-wi-H A. W-h- Mid-delto- ( of-h- $12.75 pntire Set made of oil A WHOLE KOOM FUIX OF FURNITURE Arm Chair, Rocker, Reception Chair and Library Table t?-- $12.75 ' one-fortiet- h ot selected Solid Oak, beautifully finished in Early English, upholstered in Boston Leather over a construction tempered steel sprine supports. This is a most remarkable offer. A whole suite comnlete for nnlv 1o 3) . i t i .if it i!.l. k ui me idicM tmssiun e...l dr. rtrntic !.. .1 iL. I.i i. KM: : oiyie ana in cany T? vciy ungusn, anuI put logemrr fDy me most SKineaf worKmen' a suite 'that U W. F. HIGGINS, (Successor to LUman & Higgins.) RICHMOND. KENTUCKY. In Clay Infirmary. An operation was performed Saturday evening. He is doing nicely and a speedy recovery is assured. Haynes-Covingto- as She Must Stand In One Placo and Is Not Free. The Richmond Climax. Htaltr tl MkfMKY PRCS6 ASSOGWTIOK 4 i i 'f it i . IP II Groc-erymaWhen the farmers of Kentuoky settle llrjl n. with the sheriff, they will begin to realise what a Republican administration EttHfH MMRWT PHBU6HERS LEAGUE. oan do for them when it tries The TEAK raise of $01,000,000 in the assessed value PBK EB10E fl.W of farm lands was the work of Gover- pealing." IN ABVAKOK nor Wilson's Board of Equalization, and Dr. Robt. L. Breck, Chancellor of A Qood Cow-Stal-l. Judge O'Rear has no i word of condem- Central University many years ago, and 87 - - - 1911 WWMMOPAY SBP. plank floor, and when she lies down nation for this act of spoliation. brother or Judge C. H. Breck, of this she will get up Into the stall with hex city, is visiting friends in Richmond In the defeat of reciprocity by Canada and looking over scenes of years ago. head under the rack. Cliirar k admittedly optimistic, Wltht the old style cribs It Is reyvl mnt have we beB mre eerlata ef President Taft's plan to reduce the cost For some years past Dr Breck has made versed. When she feeds she must get living has failed. Democratic lead his home in California with his daught of m State nwe than we are up, her head into the crib, and when Having sold my farm nnd decided to move to town, l will, on iiefcet, headed ers claim the failure of Canada to ac ter, the wife of the late Hugh A. Moran, lying down get back Into the dirt, and tat Om MoOreary. will win by a cept reciprocity sounds Taft's doom, of this county. The doctor is in his If not kept well bedded she will be imjTtir in November. If, and he will be defeated in 1912. Thursday, fJctober 19, 1911, eighty fourth year but still enjoys ex- dirty clear to the ears. taiunui. irfMU sbeaM be the pertien'of cellent health. Be Patient With Heifer. It is claimed afier thorough invesii- 4m partf. it is gKtifyteg te knew tuat oiler for sale on the premises, one mile Miss Robin Watson Coleman and W. Be patient and gentle with the heif- irom town, uie toiiowing personalty, nf ;.1.nl(Cnnn State ticket in eur rpoelleouen ever eCAtinn (lint thn nnwoc wi sucittittoakiuii H. Woodcock were married Tuesday er when she comes In. It she is of I tw aa pwty i Koeiueky hat by means et finger prinu show that the evening at the homo of the bride's your own raising and you have always 2 marc mules; seppen. hi me cnanceof mistakes in identification in sMk vkJimi Now, that you arc thinking of your fall suit and overcoat, Mrs Emerine Coleman, in mare mules; treated her kindly she will not be 2 ef the this manner is less than one in 17,000, mother, ml tbe Bcwsiwtiior me ceremony, which was afraid of you. And when you sit 6 young Jersey cows, 4 of them fresh; The suppose you drop in. o our store, and let us shovyou sorru 15 weekly paper AAA AAA Kvwv tfly performed by Elder W. S. Irvin, was down with the calf by you and the 1 bred Jersey heifers; of Adlers Collegian Clothes. The reputation of this old Jersey bull; the OMMMewealtk, with possibly witnessed only by members of the fam heifer's nose In her feed you ought to 5 sows nnd pigs; fight-ta- t; make of clothes is without a peer. We have handled many mm iwnjWinw. is in tfee forefront milking. Having 2 wagons, nearly new; ilies of the contracting parties. They have no trouble In the makes in the p. st, but for style, fit, and wearing qualities, wafHr for Uie eMire tioket, giv- Mrs. A. R. Denny spent last Friday in left immediately for a mortor trip to the calf near youngfirst few days and 2 sweep liny racks; cow increases ber 1 Dcring binder; talking to the mImbmis ef ttteir space and ing Adler's Collegi. n Clothes surpass them all. They cost Louisville, thence to St. Louis. The confidence. Lexington. 2 Decrlng mowers; i f Uw is MiAer fo assist Democ- you no more th n ordinary makes. 3 Oliver chilled breaking plow's; Mr. Joe Dills, of Winchester, has been bride is unusually attractive brunette. fe triwwipteaiH at the pells in 2 Brown cultivators: Mr. Woodcock is the son of Mrs. Lowry III: Some Cows Notional. While these ef eur party visiting here. 1 Cut away disc harrow, the finest mmle; like come Some I be aat dnwa at defeat, Mrs. Reed Jouett visited in Winches and came here from Danville a Jessa- notional, cows are be humored people, d uoume shovel plows; News. Mrs. Woodcock is mine niece to get 1 fertilizing wheat drill; have to . we awl admit UmC, whatever the ter last week. Mr. B. D. Gordon, of this office, and them to do their best. We have bad 1 check-rowin- g corn planter: the MMiees for State luces Miss Mary Hisle, of Winchester, has of RICHMOND, KENTUCKY. (will shell a car has often visited in Richmond, where cows that would eat anything giveD 1 Power Kea-afc- y vrfU mum to the Reweeater men ef been visiting here. load or corn a day); says a writer in ah exchange she has friends who extend hearty con- to them, a law fop debt of gratitude. line shaft anil n lot of pulleys; Others will not eat certain feeds un I Miss Belle Bennett has returned from gratulations. i pneumatic torge nnu nnvti; less starved to It It surely pays to 1 two-roa week's visit to Louisville. Deerlng and With an attractive picture is the folTOM who fails u turn carefully consider the special requirements and shredder; Mrs. Ilarry Hangar visited in Louis lowing note in the Cincinnati Commerwhims of each cow In the herd. the advertisiag pages of The. ville 1 corn crusher; several days last week. cial Tribune about Mrs. Thomas ' Jetfer Small tools of all kinds and character; mtk weak misses muoh'. Our Mrs. Anne Benny is visiting Mr. and son Smith, of this city: "All candiwtto mh ot worn Harness; everything Is reality. Fall Llder Peel Called to Bethel A great many de.sirable articles in Mrs. A. D. Winter in Paris. dates withdrew in favor of Mrs. Thomas ommUL desire, regularly Itat mortal Household nnd Kitchen Furniture; Church. is in all its dm atiotfoa of eer readers to their Miss Sallie Shearer has been, visiting Jefferson Smith, of Richmond, Ky., who ivnu oiner tilings too numerous to was unanimously elected president of aWMMgs. These advertisers kBw that Mrs. Joicy Burgin in Winchester. ireniion. Elder W. I. Peel has closed a revival alin the Kentucky Federation of Women's hi Bethel Church in this county." Til rtfce aee nafwnlhar to the highest class Mr. and Mrs. Robert Long, of Cotton-burClubs at the convention in Louisville. meeting was one of the most successful At the snmc time nnd place, I will our of cariaiax At the same time, have been visiting in Winchester. Mrs. Smith is a member of the distin- from a spiritual standpoint ever held in Motion kaow that a maa who ask their SELL 25 ACRES OF CORN. Miss twnHn to his wares, has something nas beenNannie Phelps, of Lexington, guished Clay family, being a grand- that section. The people of that com A splendid crop, to be judged visiting Mrs. Dudley Tribble. daughter of Cassius Clay, of White in the while to oTr. Advertisers of munity think very highly of Brother That good Ice cream at Uicoi's Plenty of Oats and all kinds of fialJ shock November 1. tf Hall. She is a graduate from the Uni- Pool and at the close of the revival he Mrs. Robert Harris and Miss Tommie eta wVeithar animate or inanimate. M Pat a"ra turi'lMtod that it is set profitable to Cole Covington visited in Lexington last versity of Michigan, and has studied in was called to preach for them the Be sure and come; have something Ricci's ice cream is dolioious. Every. I Munich. She has served in official po- ensuing year. 'if or thorn to the eoaetttueaey served by week. one talks about it. Any flavor made before buying, . you need. t presitl to order and delivered promptly. The Climax. The aapoaraaoe of an ad- Terms made known on day of gale. Arnold & Simmons. tf Mr. Hugh L. Irwin, of Pittsburg, Pa., sitions in local clubs, having been of the Mother's Club and the Wodent ejtfeemeat in our is presumpRegistration Day. spent Sunday with his cousin, Mrs. man's Club, of Richmond, Ky. Mrs. is thnt the advertiser has something Ohas. Tapp. The rcgulal registration day for all TOLfcW Smith is particularly interested in the f tmhic fo oir, something worthy the who wish to vote in November is Tues Mrs. Joe Harris, of Beattyville, was a Long Tom Chenault, Auctioneer. Filled educational development of her State, auoMfoa of ow readers. The adver guest lastjweek THE. NEW of Mrs. Robt. Harris, on and in this capacity she is now a mem day, October 3. If you are in tho city tismr m The Climax is one of the most Third street. between the hours of G a. m. and 4 p. m with ber of a committee of the National EdfeatMres to its readers. hihit Mrs. Joe Chenault and Miss. Bessie ucational Association and chairman of and fail to register, you will be deprived by SALE of a vote for the next twelve months If the Doino crate of this Senatorial Tribble are at Martinsville, lndiani for the Madison County School Improve- Don't overlook this important duty, but Baltimore. New ment League." istrtet arc to give opposition to the Re a ten days visit. go early and have your name recorded Mrs. T. A. Garnett, of Oynthiana, has I'utjKaaa aomiweo. it behooves them to The following invitations have been on the registration books and see that Very Of high class saddlo horses', other stock. get Imsf and seleet a candidate who can been the guest of Mrs. L. E. Lane and issued: your neighbor does likewise. crops, farming implements, etc., belongin for Mr. and Mrs. Milton Covington lave the measure of Mr. Welch, who Miss Bettie French. ing to the estate of the lato Dr. W. L was aaminaiod by the opposing parly, Miss Nannie Ballard has returned request the honor of your presence at to be sold at tho farm hear Ilockadav. Died. slims at tartee, eeme weeks ago. While a much improved in health, aftera week's white's Station, Ky., on the marriage of their daughter . Monday morning, Sept. 25, at tho b umber of geedmea have been spoken stay in. Louisville. Louise r, Mr. Mil rJ home of his f m this aoanoetion, we kaew f none to Oil. IS, 1911, Miss Lea Prather is at home after r Oglesby, on Walnut street, Calvin in Mr. Hasbrouck Haynes ho aoald oomo ae&rer taraiag this pleasant visit to Mr. and Mrs. Irvine year of his npe Brown in the 20th o'clor-kajSlip-On- s on the afternoon of Saturday, October- diotrtt iato a Uemeeratic , promptly N Prather in Lexington. Consumption caused his deuth. IT s. beginning at 9:30public snio some, thorwe will oirer at ahaa Hoa. Hagh Kiddell, of Irvine. the seventh 'at three o'clock Mrs. Brack Maupin and daughter, funeral was conducted at the family oughbred Shorthorn covs, with calves; up-to-no- w Mr. KiddeU is a brUliaM lawyer and is First Christian Church Katherlyn, are at Ml Jackson Sanitaresidence Tuesday morning by Elder J t Keirisierea into hiioruu rn null: a wefl kaow aad very pefaikr throughout Kentucky. Richmond, for N. Culton of the Baptist church, fol Jf o. I good milch cow: 3 eUa. good Farm-- 1 rium, Indianapolis. the dhriet, aad oaa get 'Ae solid Demo-oraei- c The wedding will be a brilliant social lowed by enterment in tho Richmond A'orth sows, eligiblo to registration and Mrs. Flora Mullfinger, of Binghamton, event and the ceremony will be per proven brcodors; 2 Far mworth boars; 0 saapert aad more independent cemetery. head ot aged mules; 14 head of shoats. vales Ihaa aay man yet mentioned for N. Y., Is with Mrs. Mary Mullfinger, formed by Rev. E. B. Birnes, pastor of (if not sold beforo salo); a small bunch theoMoe. Ills aaaoaBeemeat for the who is quite ill in this city. Christian church It will be a yellow Long Tom Chenault's Sale. of stock sheep; a lot of corn; farming Mr. and Mrs. J. Seaate wald be heralded with great roots, and other things too numerpus to Taylor have re- and white chrysanthemum wedding, K-nr- s As we go to to press the sale at Long main ion. Facpteasare by his host of frieuds in Madi- turned from a visit to their daughter, and for which elaborate preparations Tom Chenault's is going on. A hirge At 1:30 o'clock p. m.. promptly, on son aad other eeuaties composing the Mrs. J. R. White, in Irvine. are being made. The bride's sister, the crowd is in attendance and bidding ,s the same day, wo will ouer to hii;h-clas- highdtstrfot. Mrs Mary Bates Miller has returned Miss Elizabeth Covipgton. is to be maid 31 head of spirited. Aged mules brought $111.00 to est bidder, about saddlo horses, consisting of orood maru. from a delightful visit to Mrs. OHie of honor and Mr. Franklin Crosby, of 00 and cnjts, yearlings, two and ihro yea Hon. Wa. Addams, who contested White Booker, New York, will act as best mau. The $i!8.00 Corn in the fiold In Louisville. good oius, ana noises sunaoin ror farm work Farming implements brought the nomiaatiea with Governor McCreary, Fall Mr. and, Mrs. Harry Schlegel. of Nich- - other attendants will be Missus Mary prices. Want of lime provents a more Those horses are a grand lot of Individ "VDotWfcW states ht a Courier-Journinterview Louise and Josephine Covington, while uals, and represent tho best bloitpi . olasville, are visiting the formers mother. Messrs. Thomas E. Baldwin, Joe Prewitt exiei d that the Demeeralic tieket will be elec-t- Mrs. dorses to bo found anywhere. Catalogues J. L. Schlegel, near town. horsos J by U,00a maforHj . Addams took Chenault and McCreary Simmons will " Mrs Jno. Mason entertained m t of get one,ready October 2, and if you fail 1 Righ-up-to-no- w Dr. H. G. Sandlin and family are visi- act as ushers. in Fabrics, for write for it. h.s defeat like the good game loser he is, The color scheme will delight fnlly with a rocep ion S:tlunl:i to Any one desiriiu; to see horsos boforo valiantly for the ting friends and relatives in the county. be carried out in every detail, evdh to afternoon in honor of' her daughtor, Jay of sale, will bo welcomed to aud is bow which the I success of Ms party in November. The They will return home Friday. '.Mn. nml fn. am fil.tliii, infn.matiAn the apparel of the little ottoman bear Mrs. Wallace, of Illinois. .... UIUUUII ....... i.U Mr. Chas. Powell, Jr., left Friday for ers. The music will be a special feat Big lines in Address sitroinoaat feature of this campaign is the uncoitiohaess of the Democratic Cleveland, Ohio, where he will enter ure of the wedding, Miss Eva Smith, is Fall J. 5. HOCKADAY, leaders. ICvery raaa of them is putting Case School of Applied Science. of Murfrcesboro, Tcnn., formerly of this Or, A. K. DOTY, A'Imr.,x aside his personal ambitions in a loyal Mrs. Robert Ledford, of Dorchester, city, will preside at the organ and will in Fabrics Telephone 33 Main Street, West effort te redeem the state Cyulbiana Va., has been visiting her sister-in-labe assisted by Miss Issie Million, violin Of DIl. W. L. nOCKADAY, in line with Demoerat. paMrs. Annie Richmond, at Terrill. ist, and Miss Laura Bright, vocalist. . Ne. 1. . R. BEREA. KY. ' After the ceremony the happy couple PIIONrO ItKRFV 12S 3 Mr. and Mrs. Homer Whillington in patIt Is most significant that Governor motored to Winchester last week and will leave for a two weeks trip, after McOreary, forty years ago, as a member hlcb they will go to tho groom's home were the guests of Mrs. N. E. Pharis. oi ithejeghrfature, voted for a local op in New ork City to reside. A large Mrs. Thomas J. Smith and Mrs. War-fiel- d .and exclusive-nes- s tiim bM, says the Shelby Xevrs. The of out of town guests are ex Bennett have returned from a pleas- number temporaaee people have confidence in pected for the wedding, among whom Big tits Integrity, and they know that when ant visit in the Knntuckytmounuins, will be the groom's .parents, Mr. and he gives his promise It is as good as a "Cousin" Pleas Broaddus, who has Mrs. D. Oliphant Haynes, Mr. and Mrs, Governor McCreary's word has been ill at his home in the country for William Haynes and Misses Helen and bead. I. R. Pennington been pive, and be will carry out every several months, was able to be in the Elise Haynes, all of New York. In Dcnt.st. . pledge te the party platform. The mis- city Friday. view of the popularity of the bride-to- Ofllce next doqrtp Government build representation of bis enemies will not Mrs. W. W. Watts and daughter, Miss be and her high standing in .social and Folks, -- for Looking Throufh. ing Richmond. Ky. swerve him from his purpose. Emma Watts, are expected to reach educational circles, the approaching will therri home about October L from' their trip nuptials are of double interest. She is Olir list nf rtninfc tr will ha nmnwat . a at va jntin u v till ww t (14 ., The expenditures for active militia abroad. an unusually attractive youn woman, at tho many varitics for special uses. 5tudents Up in Arms. during the four years of the last Demo Mr. and Mrs. Ruf us JTcCord, of Red possessing a rare type of beauty. She The students of Kentucky Wosleyan OFFERED FOR YOU tl APPROVAL BX oratic State administration was 929,359.- House, are in Washington City at the is a graduate of Madison Institute aad There Ara Paints vFof Every College, of Winchester, am.up in arms 99 1C The expenditures for the same bedside of their son, Faris McCord, who Hrenau College, of Gainesville. Gh.. and Purpose. over tho action taken .by the M. E. has occupied the chair of English in years of Gov- is very ilL cause far three and a half From the usful water paints for collar Church conference severing all Inter several well known colleges, among ernor Wilson's administration was $277,- Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Cobb have returned them Say re Institute, of Lexiiwrtoa. walls, barns, etc., to the finest or var- collegiate relations and deciding that Fit and 153.8T. And you, Mr. Taxpayer, for to their home in Cyathlana after a de- She is likewise an experienced tourist, nishes and polishes for the furniture or hereafter no sort of athletics shall be having crossed the Atlantic for Old piano. Tell tis what you want to do and aisfa the money to meet the bills. If For lightful viil to Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Cur- World tours several times. Mr. If aynec we'll supply the paint product with indulged in by tho Methodist students. Material yea&efcire to contribute toward and en tis at Kifksville, Membors of the faculty- - nra .said to be hi fortunate to winsoaharmiBgaperaea, wnten to doit mamti such extravagance it will be Mies LhsM J. Xherritt, who has boon who combines all the e harms of a aewta. also deeply disappoiute-1- , but not to the ve( for yeu to get into the O Rear band visiUag'Mrs. Mattie Jackson era bred girl with hifth eultwre aad at A whole Mime extent as the students. and family, tainments of a eolhwe wemaa. The wagaa. sale desertion ot students is th reatened on "Third stmot, has returned to bar groom is a promiaoat Iiw Yarfcor, aad I For Rent Music Pupi-- , Wanted. i aa4d to be every whit worthy of the says Keatwky borne ha Mew Orleans. The Cearier-Jeurs1 am solioiiMtir Will sub-remy law offiicps ia the a qkis irr uUno and Mr. and Mrs. T.J. Apployard, of Fort ariae ho has Thfc Climax foias la OfcllMMt Building from now UHlill Im V ;cal MMic im has furcHAedie etlier states one hua- - Mr. T. W. BoMdsaot aad family, who with myriad wo. frfoado m ttIih Has ;to be ivK at of Mires, FI., we visltia; thi faiaUr ttury Ms Mi. AkaJ ami atlV JaTWanya. maaJUAsaaaAXai hi.aa on Xnrth tsatkar aaaraaaf, sajw dlab atavad freat tak pUm to mJiiaa , aav-- mrlr oaagrahilallnwi aad " lUCtfMOHD, KX of Mr. Parry Utthut. U--t Ormat E rilly. i IMrtkokn apply to Uim Mry There are many kinds of stall fixMiss Eva Smith, who will preside at tures. The stanchions, cribs and racks n the wedding, on Octo- and the empty stall with no places ber 7, is a daughter of Dr. and Mrs. J. for hay but to throw it In front of Addison Smith, formerly of this city, the cow, and what she does not clean up at once Is trampled on. and a close personal friend of the bride-elecThe stanchion Is not very good for She is an accomplished organist the cow. She must stand there In one and the musical program will be a feat- place and Is, not free as In a stall. ure of the wedding. In a properly built stall, when the The Winchester has the cow feeds, the hind feet are on the following complimentary nolico of Miss 7, 1911. Mary Traynor, whoisoneof Richmond's sweetest singers, and who recently sang Bluegrass Real at the Central Baptist church of WinJES E COBB, Salesman. Mary Mraynor, of Richchester mond, in the evening sanjr, ' "Ye Must be Born Again." ' Miss Traynor possesses a charming voice, and her earnest manner of rendition was particularly apt. Sun-Sentin- el where failures are unheard of, where there is plenty of rain, where our farmers are in a prosperous condition, on account or being nble to tnarKot money pronuc-in;- r crops nine months of the year, whore grass will sustain two head of stock per acre, whoro there Is n delightful climato and school facilities are unsurpassed is wnoro we are located and are locating many from other sections oi tne country on farms whero the prico is reasonable and erms easy the Heart of The Great Fruit and Truck Belt, Men THE. 5TEGER LANE. CO. Tyler. Texas. Estate Co 2t. LOOK! For the new Meat Market and My meat market will be as good as can be; always ready with Fresh and Cured Meats and quick delivery. Groceries in large quantities arid the best that can be purchased. If you have never given us a pait of your trade begin now. We guarantee to please. Yours for Fresh Goods. and Young PUBLIC SALE to-w- it: ol e-- f i)Milie i T. 0. BROADDUS, Second Street Men Njch-olasvill- e. ad Telephone 39 PERSONALS C THE jj J. S. STANIFER, corn-shell- ' ll corn-busk- er IN EV IT ABLE now once aain a season on, and goodness we came out strong assortment, getting as we ways have kdle oi ADLER'S CLOTHES g, wa ::::::::::: c'n The New Things First tia oalas Joe S. Boggs. step-fathe- e-- an WUW, vic-U-- n department now ur most beautiful to behold. to overflowing the clothes beautiful, the inimitable "5CHLOS5 " of made Stripes, Scottish Plaids, latest Coronation patterns, and the stouts, made up the latest models and regulars. Cost no more than other men's at that. Kneeland Shoes and smart shapes and much Hawes Hats variety. English and Taberdines, heavy coats and a dandy model the autoist. 4 Kentucky Disc Drills We have just received a car ::::::: a sl Big Line of Men's Golf Caps, Imported from Big London, England, tory, $ J. JO and $1.50. ' Suits and Suitings. New Lookoverour beautiful load of Kentucky Disc Drills. Before buying call and let us show you this drill. Only force feed drill on the market. Runs alike up hilf and down when the hopper is full or almost I empty. g g g al Shades effort we-rkia- the we are famous. We handle only Store, and every exclusive our "1 Altera made to please you. See and displayed their entirety, and get our good and growing tronage. Queen Quality Shoes terns and lasts to match your new suit and gowns. LxquisUeness mean Oldham's Quality Shop. D. B. Shackeleford $ Co. SEE OUR WINDOWS EACH WEEK We are ready the Little too, w and majceyou proud of Perfectly SUI TS : Guaranteed. Pitted 5ee . - W.D. OLDHAM g! GO. 30 Years Richmond's Greatest Store. nt VIQTOR SUITS Made to special order only. Style, B. jitett &Son Mrs, J. A. Moores, ' al niil hi frrMr. 226 Second St., Rkhmoii.y- I - i - i Wtien You Add something each year x that will make your-hom- e more comfortable.1 It is .difficult for most! us to buy large quantities of .house furnishings of vat one time " GET FIRST PICK OF THE NEW - You will be surpriSQdt-though- , how'frhpjdlv .your home becomes attractive with new things,, if you follow this plan of adding Something ntw every Fall Suits 1 . SPEEDWELL SHOES THE BETTER KIND. for something better for our our trade, and Speedwell Shoes are 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 m button and lace for dress-u- p wear; and some special Calf skin stock for extra hard outdoor All they ask is a trial. j &g the-resu- We strive always he longer we are m the clothing buiness, the more we are impressed with the fact that the best lt spring. " - Try It -- A Splendid Stock of New i Up-to-Date -- - . , ' - suits sell first. The most, artistic patterns, the richest colorings, the best fabrics, are invariably selected by early buyers. Early buyers also get the advantage o J long-weari- ng Furniture, Mattings and Rugs Jleady for your, selection now. the styles while newest, as well as a full season's wear" out of their suits, ror these reasons, we ask you to come as early as convenient and let us show you the new Fall and Winter Styles in service. V Price, $3.50 and $4.00 KENTON SUITS. BENNETT and UNDER C- H I GGiN G S AK IN la Tttrt turnsmot Catarrh In thin sretUn of tht "I have been somewhat costive, but aU oUer mim pw tagwUiw, and -T to h ra iua- kl.u the list few great aa - whnwI dorters Doan UeguleU gavfe just tho result lur a desired. hey act mildly and regulate It a local dtseaae ad K" at Hied Im t.r.iici-i'vjth the bowels perfectly." Georee B. .xsrdiC and lij eeBetaattr faHc to ci It htrwraM. Sc4rcc K ausc. BOO "Walnut Ave., Altoona, Ta. x-tMtwanoi t Lai i atari lu be a ruttatMtaJ dUracr. . e l then fore reqairra csettHatiaaal tmtuuut. ttl : " neea, 01 jiiaCKsmillling in " i; a i 3' ilTD naMtaarra kf- F J. any . OMa. la tar aoir Cnnalitu-t- i of its branches, Fanning Imple ticrur i on the niarteC It I tafcva tataraatlr lire - from 1 ments. Buggies, Carriages, Wagons, r- - C ta a tiar" fill. It A at Lt ' r an tin- bluaa us arnwn sartares ef tires prices ts7 eaw in faili taoffer eaBead far rfculaia and Rubber Uuion&c, getKy. from R. E, i' it TbT cw. tmnaeej lHr far Miller. City. f. ttrv Imo&iala. & co.. mio, Friday was the Jewish New Year and Aib f j rnF.NEr IJ by nrnrett. 7tr. was obsorved by members of tho faith Tat 11. i tamilr MB far eaniUpattoa. in this city J-d i"-r.- n " .... ... i ' Tok-4o- without a superior in You'll find the Kenton the clothing world. Kenton fabrics retaih 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: . ma"ke 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; a- tw. Dr. M. Dunn Specialist Phoenix Hotel in Lexington, In Disease ..f EYE. EAR, NOSE Mr. Lonnie West and Miss Gertrude ami THROAT Xeatham, both- - of Newby, were marKy Richmond. ried in this oity Wednesday, Rev E. C. McDougle officiating. The Blue Grass Dental Society have announced a meeting .for Sent. 30. at $15 $16.50. $17. $18 $20 $22.50, $25- Other Good Suits, $10.00 BEACON SHOES. We've sold them for years, and the demand grows every season. Good looking, very comfortable and durable. We strongly recommend them. Lace or button styles in the new shapes for the young fellows as well as broad, easy toes for older men. Oener AUCUOneennS. Services Reasonable. PHONL83. or 481. il vuit ot'iiing at McKees Oet. J ' I At the oxneutors sale of "W. T. Barnps, Wednesday. Mr. ,AI. Cornelison puronasea me larm for $vJ.50 per acre. The tract containcs about one hundred acres. - to $12.50. PRICE, $3.00 AND $3.50. a-- Mr. J. T. Ferrioll, real estate agent, on Monday io Mr. T. E. Baldwin, Mi for Mrs. Pattie M: Hume, ISO acres of s Pure Au4e Ytaepur at Altmnn the Estill farm on the Speedwell pike. Price without. 12-- 2rd, 8rd, sold If Dan Breck. a :1 '.ie stock. lira. nghutMg. (be ey atone od couldn't cade mothers." tf everywhere, s he osunties which compfiso this district. Mrs. Bessie C. Rogers, of Paris, has boon appointed official court stenograp her by Judge J. M. Benton, for the namely: Powell, Madison, Clark and Dam die is to have a new $40,000 Jessamine. k.' riilian church. Your business this fall is going to do- Millinery opeaitur at E. V. Ktdors pond on two things. Whother you have Fi.Jaj Sepl 22ttl. the goods the people want, and if you Dan Breck. Rra, lurhutiug, cf atone have, whether you let tl m k iow it ar.J ae slock IttetimMa. tf in the columns of The Glimax. Prof. II. II. Bro'ck has bought of Be sure to visit. It V. "JM-- s MiMnory Harvey Douglas about 110 acres of land, peninK Friday, Sept. 83d. known as the Wilson Tate farm, near Dan Brwk. fire, lifrttlttimg, cysleuo Moberloy, for $0000.00. Possesion given tf January 1. 1912. Henry James, real i Jne Mttck iHMrano. gu Hre invitetl to HUtmd K. V. BWers os4atc agent, made the deal. Mulinei v "pttttMg Fridfiy, Sajrt. 2fld. George W. Lyle & Co. sold for Bru ' Ccrvingtori and Banks Top Price. Fount Rice Sold to Sam Mason three two year old fancy cattlle at 0 1 4 ce.its. They brought over $75.00 per head. Catarrh Sufferers The Boys Fruit Growing Club. Sudden Death of Owen Keen Handsome prizes offered by tho E. K. S. N. S. to boys who crow the best fruit trees. Clubs to bo organizod all over Madison and the adjoining counties A prize of $25 to be given to the boy who raises tho 10 best apple trees next season. A second prize or $10 and a third prize of $5 to be given the boys who raise the second and third best 10 trees. Mr. Owrn Kton. of Muddy Creek, this i I Burley Pool A Go. The Lexington Herald says: The a telegram Tuesday mation of a burley tobacco pool is you Don't Know About Hyannouncing the death of his lieved to be assured as the result ot tho 1 bB&l omei, Try it at B. L Middel-ton'- s son, Owen Keen. .Ir , at Cynthiana, for-- acceptance Monday by the District Risk. DEATHS. nierly a citizen of this city. Mr. Keen j Board of tho Burley Tobanco Somety of One of the most remarkable proofs Syrup Pepsin. You can prolong your left for Cynthiana on ihotwo o'clock tho contract betweon tlio society and Mr. Sam Tapp. of Winchester, died at of the Nearly every reader of thoClimax has train Tuesday and will bring the remains .las. B. Haggin, of New York, by which tained inunusual laxative merit con- life by healthy bowel action. Clogged Good Samaritan hospital, in Lex- read about Hyomei, but many of them Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin the disease. to iliis city for burial. The only infor--, Mr. Haggin will hereafter be actively is that it is effective not only in peo- bowels invite menstrual Women about to pass the period cannot ington Tuesday. Sept. 19. His funeral continue to suffer from catarrh because concerning Mr. Keen s concorned with tho society's operations. ple in the prime of life, but at the do better than use Syrup Pepsin sevmation received was held in AYinchester Mednesuay. they do not exactly understand just what Uyomei Is. death was that he expired suddenly. The contract covers a neriod of - inn extremes of ages. As many letters eral times a week until the system has Mr. Tapp was a brother of Chas. Tapp. To these sufferers B. L. Middelton say;s years old and years, and is entered into by the Hurley are received from mother regarding settled to its future condition. Deceased was thirty-thre- e l'LAX OF THE WOKK. city. Mr. and Sirs. t;nas. xapp vou don't have to know anything about of this the cures of children, as from men and Among the strongest supporters of & Higgins Society in behalf of tho producers of women of sixty, seventy and eighty Dr. CaMweil's Syrup Pepsin are: Mr. Clubs of 25 members or more must be was in the employ of Bennett attended the funeral. Hyomei except that you breathe it and before moving to Cynthiana, where he white burley tobacco in Ohio, Indiana years of age. It must be truly a won- W. G. Zorn of New Decatur, Ala, and that it does notcontainxocaine or opium organized and when such arganizations Mr. George S. Spautdine of the Napast year. He leaves and Kentucky. By tho terms of the con derful laxative. No More Hunting. W W BruaddiM JtOo.. have wceeKeMt tus J. Clay, oi luchmond, his eight-rooor any harmful drug. is effected Prof. G. D. Smith will meet has resiced for tho In the cure of constipation and tional Soldiers' Home. Kansas, both y wife, who was a Miss Ford, of this tract a manufactory will be erected hero residence on the corner facilities for storage, ltrina; Un You can find out all about Hyomei with tho clug and give instructions in. hunting season on all sorts of The men. regular size bottles . 2- ithout taking auy chances whatever. in which ten per cent of tho ponied tc- - bowel trouble in old people it has no elderly bought Theany i.l. !. of Mulberry and Main Cross streets, game, inciuuing rauuiu nu (..iitale wheat storing, setting, and cut coun'y. equal. It corrects the constipatioH, can be of druggist at fifty ust get an outfit today, read tho simple bacco will bo handled everv year, the dispels the headache, biKooeocss, gas, cents and one dollar, but a free samNiehulasville, to Mrs. Irne Lowrey. for is now closed until Nov. is. wnen uie Joe Oldham tt hi tnt tttfc fnttn T. instructions, give it a fair trial and then tivating the young trees. The seedling Mr. Leo Congleton, of Blanton-Congle- you are not wllliim to say .hat it is roots and scions or gratis "will bo ordorcd ton Lumber Co., will occupy tho offices remainder boing so'd in tho open market. drowsiness after eating, etc People ple bottle can be had by sending your quail season begins. Hunters must oe oattlc at $1,000 Jessamine Journal. J ( iii-- i s fidv-twaddress to the doctor. advancing rears, should see as it is regarded prima tacia the best remedy for catarrh you have by tho Normal and furnished to the' in the Oldham building soon to bo vacat Mr Haggin is the largest producer of that their bowels move freely, to it Tho farm of Mrs. Pattie Hume, on careful, Ui ..is and Address him Dr. W. B. Caldwell. burley tobacco in Kentucky and he caught tn ever used B. L L Middolton will gladly members of the different clubs at cost. ed by Attorney G. E. Lilly. Speedwell piko, which was olfered evidence of guilt to oven be if they do not to take Dr. Caldwell's E Caldwell building, Montkello. I1L return your money. See notice miliitery opoatHf ef Misses the pledgos to pool the production of his farm with dog and gan during these graft and grow week, was taken down. tho field A complete Hyomei ohtfit costs but Each member must and Iva KMrrts olcewbere in to for sale last for the next ton yoars. As a result of Christian Church Motes. 100 trees from which he may solect 10 Mr. Morgan Evans was the highest two months. $1.00. Extra bottles 50 cents. days Climax. the action this year's crop in the three trees for the prize contest. bhldor, otforing $S9 per acre for the The state convention at frankfort last Public Sale of Fine Blue Baptist to Build Church. MoKee, Kiohmed tract Come to Owe The seedlings will cost about a cent weok was one of the most successful in Slates probably will bo pooled.' Definite ' action on this Grass Land. Others Kv for dn goods and Turpin& Stone have been awarded apiece and the grafts about a fourth of the history of tho church About two not be taken up question, however, will PINNELL-McMULLE- N lIVE STOCK COMMISSION CO., John MuGill was tried befora Judge until the board meets tf Rice nt Maysville on a charge of Don't forget the sale to be made by the the contract to erect a new brick church a cent. j and wh not feu. persons attended. Even the thousand The grafts used will bo Rome Beauty, capitol city could not furnish accom In October. A committee was authoriz Blue Crass Ileal Estate company on for the regular Baptist. Tho buildins O J corn $1 25 per bM. by the lead. stealing forty ears of corn from WilKANSAS CITY STOCK YARDS, ed to havo the pledge primed by October 1911 at 10 o'clock A. to.. on their lot on second Jonathan, Stayman Winesap, and Black modations in the way ot auditorium ill be erected liam Allen's field. He was fined $1 October 7th, stzl vour order ts 1st for distribution among the growers U Arnold & StmmoHS. for oaeh ear he had m hi possession, of the Noble Farm, better known as tho street, opposite Caldwoll High school, Ben Davis, all of which are excollent that would seat all those who desired ann another committee was appointed place. This is a fine blue and when completed will cost about varities andyivoll adapted to the climatic to attend tho sessions. Parallel meetgood price Jon Chenault Ttios, A. Shaken, ageat for Hurst making $10 in all. Pretty and authorized to draft a poolinsr ar Quotes prices of stock and feeding cattle as follows: conditions in the utato. ings were held each day in the Presgrass farm and will bo sold in parcles $0,000. Work will begin at once. Ilmie Insurance Co- - Write me or phono for oom. Cowl to ehoioa fealty atean. 1139 to 1M0 lbs Tho trees will belong to the boys who byterian and Baptist churches. On rangement and to attend to other do- WM S3. 00 and then as a whole. Come to tno saie. necessary to carry into effect the 151 rmg 2. Uakm CHy, Ky. 2H l r A speoial commissioner appointed by Somewhat Delayed. Good to ehotee. steefc shmm, 8M to MM lea 5.35 4.9 raises them and may be made the tho night ot the convention, the tails plan. new Burley Society ofllcials exgovernment has arrived in Public Speaking. Good to choiM steer ealves, 7 to 10 mostha M 5.M 5.76 TuK ai.e Sawd oak toWiceo sticks. the Cuban Owing to an unusual large amount of nuclues of a larire orchard in the future, Episcopalians tendered the use of their press gratification-a- t the succesfful out for Good to choice yearling steers 1J . t.76 I ' w prices. Will ship any amount from Now York and will leave shortlymore Hon. n. V. McChesney, of Frankfort, job work in our office during the past all these trees cojno into bearing quite church, the largest in the city, and the come os the negotiations and expressed Kentucky where a hundred, or Good to ehoiee huifer calves, 7 to 19 m entile aM 4.76 5.35 IJQ :o a carload. Writer nick. or Aiauison two weeks The Climax has been a day early, so in n short time wo may bo able offer was gladely accepeed. Tho re will speak to the voters their belief that the growers ot the bur throughbreds will be purchased and Good to ehoiee 1 and year eld haifacs 4.25 3.78 Eil ill Lumbar iz. Timbet.Cw., county at tho court house, in Richmond, late in getting the paper to the post- - to offer another prize for the best fruit ports from the different departments ley district will gladly welcome the optaken to Cuba for breeding purposes. Good to ehoiee stock cows. 3 to 5 years old 3.35 3.30 Ky. county court day, at oflice but hereafter we hope to issue raised on them. Any boy or girl who is of the church showed a great increaso Ai', Irvm, on Monday, Oct. 2, portunity to go in tho pool under The turkey crop is reported as being 1:30 p. m. Mr. McChesney is a good The Climax on time, as has been our qvcrlO or under 21 may become a mem- in the money that wa raisild, in ad terms and conditions of tho pledge, the Kansas City. Mo.. September IS. 1911. and For Sale. unusually short "throughout Central Democrat and a splendid speaker. custom during the past fifteen years ber and compote for the prizes. ditions to tho churches, and in the to take stock in the proposed li'iode Island Rail and WhHe Lagkarn Keniuoky. Buyers have been offering many inquires Bible will be given r School. The roots and of the i .j j i rnrdiallv. invited to hear We annreciato the office concerning that from the Normal grafts 1st Saturday out growth factory, which it was predicted, will U: ii.ers not Cockerels jut uM ftwhion- - IS cents per pound on foot in some sec fol Ono of tho interesting features of the the the have come to this A TRAINING SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS. him. be a shecess from the beginning. l.ooilers, chaap if taken at eow, eJ delay, which is evidence to us that the lowing New Year's day, as the bost time convention was the address of Mr. R Courses leadimr to Elementary tionsand tho outlook is favorable for Cenifteat. Intermediate Stole Cettlrt-eatin Attendance. Increase C. W. Cebk. Advanced Swtte Ueninoate (this eettineaebecom-- a Life Diptoma. Doan of Nelsonville, Ohio, a pros paper is appreciated and great ely miss for doingthe grafting is during January the mrice to advance to at least 15 Sealed Bids. All these oertineates ra valid in all PuMie Schools in Kentucky. Spaefttl Red House, Ky. cents before thanksgiving. 4t perous business man. who liai built up and February. It will be gratifying to the friends ot ed when it fails to arrive on time. Two spiondld Courses, itaview Courses. Tumo.i Pimm iu Arrourraa Sealed bids will to received by the it. Pistnrn KentucKy state normal The contest exhibition will bo hold at a great men's class with 'an unrollmeni Dormitories, New Mod ad Souuol, Saw Manual Training Butkiiug, PracFor Sale. The mon who do a town more harm School to know that the increase in en Murray Smith for City County Judge at his office, not later than tho Normal on Saturday following of 900, and an ateendance ot! between tice School, Students ean enter to advantage at anv time. At my place, four miles Xrm YaHoyl than cood should be classed as follows: Address J. C. CKAHBE, Phkidbxt. Attorney. the present season over any Thanksgiving day. four and five hundred throughout the October 2nd, at 10 a. m, for the care of run it down to strang rollmont for .ew souiIhIowr Ituebs. one ana1 two First, Uiose who Kicuhohd. Kbstvobt. Eastbus Kustcckttvtu Normal. per eent. On these two particular days nil mom year, it is a migiity lactor ior goou in the inmates of the County Infirmary for previous year is twenty-fiv- e G. Murray Smith's announcement Mr. er. Third, those who never advertise year old. Call cm addrass, the able management of Dr. as a candidate for City Attorney appears bors of tho different clubs will receive a that city, doing all the work that is year J9i2, uponthe same conditions as Under their business. The last class in the Crabbo and his corps of excellent assisLuthor the contract let for theyyear 1911. in this issue. He needs no introduction "cordial invitation to spend tho whole usually done by the church. Among worst In the bunch. Danvillo Messen 12 2i R. 1). 10, Laxingion, Ky. W. R. Shackelford, J. M. C. C. Normal School is outgrowing to the voters of this city. He is a woll lay at the Normal, where they will be other enterprises, they support two tants the ger. iiin fondest hones of its most ardent known attorney and had experience in shown through the different depart missionaries, and care for the sick and Stop That Dandruff. old Millinery Opening. J,ady Oxford Majesty, tho friends and supporters. all our courts. A young man of exem- ments of all the buildings and when poor of the city. It is a class- in prac Jersey cow, which has been a star with Before if kills your hair. You know Misses Loreaa and Iva Burrls will plary habits, industrious, prompt in all thev can have an opportunity to view tical Christiinity. Mr. Doan is a very dandruff is a germ disease and it leads hi .'ft nn riisnlfitr n full linA nf Pull and the herd of James Middleton, at Tuesday, Oct, 3rd, will bo registration business matters and full of our beautiful grounds. busy man, but he travels miles every day. The instruction and demonstration week in order to be with his class on slowly and surely to baldness and there Winter Millinerv in the Hobson building I aneioyviue. auu thoroughly familiar with the . he is .. 1. KAnn .... Is only one way to euro dandruff and on Oct 2nd. Yu are coidtally Invited tioieaiou in a suow nug uu uoou jjuiduties of the oflice, having time and work will bo done by Prof. Smith, Sunday. Several years ago the Chris that Is to kill the germ that causes the chased for Elmendorf farm. The price Prof. Johnson for Council to attend come early, get aoquainted absence of tho reg largely through the months of Oct. Nov tian church abandoned the method of again served in the man. paid for the cow was $1,050. It is hoped by the asking for freo entertainment and de- trouble. acJ inspect the entire line. ular City Attorney. Mr. Smith is well and December. Greasy salves will never do this. In one of our city papers last week qualified for the position and the voters leaders of this movement, since our cided to bear all the burdenii incident In a period when many business and To The Home Seeker Prof. J. R. Johnson will make no mistake in electing him. Eaitern section is so well adapted fruit. to the convention. It was thought that ZEMO and ZEMO SOAP kills the germ professional men complain of unusual appeared a call for for councilman raising, that a largo number of boys-anthe adoption of that plan would cut and are guaranteed to cure dandruff. or Investor. dullness in their various callings, it is to become a candidate Fine Potatoes. girls'will enter tho contest and start an down the attendance, but, on the con itching scalp and all other germ disprecinct. It seems that We have Fruit farms, stock farms, pleasant to record that oiTe occupation from Norman to-da- te eases of the skin and scalp. Poultry farms, Combination farms. Uliliigently followed by by many persons the Board of Regents of tho Normal The finest specimens of Irish' potatoes industry which, when fullfledged," will trarv. the attendance has steadily in ZEMO and ZEMO SOAP are the true sell e rerer School are desirous that no ono connec we have seen, this year were brought redeem this Eastern Section fiom the creased year after year. All the board Timber lands. Irktck lands. Prairie of both sexes is at its height. ing houses and hotels were guia to see scientific remedies for theso atlliotions. and to the business of minding other peo ted with that institution shall take any to The Climax office Saturday by Mr. proverty that now threatens her. lands, Ranch lands, at right prices us come, and sorry to see us go. They to show our faith in ZEMO and ZEMO rwrt innolitics. and this maybe in the Harry S. Morgan, of Whites Station. easy terms. Seme One colonization ple's business. us to come again soon. SOAP we have instructed-- the druggist ' WANTED Good, subscription man want way of Professor Johnson becoming Mr. Mortran stated that he came in to propositions. Let us tell you about selling them to refund .your money if The dog crop of Kentucky remains on candidate. He would, if elected, make make us retract the statement made in Call Monday. you are not satisfied with the results what we have, he Slogar Land Co., 15-- lt average. There were u.J,isu uogs an excellent man for the position. Can B. Strother, Climax.ofHco. J. from the very first bottle and the first Tyler, Texas. St ihe . last week's Climax that the potato crop cake of soap. resorted to State Auditor James in 1911 not the Board of Regents or others in in Madison was almost a failure. The We can afford to make this offer be This report means that after all the au'hority waive their custom and per For Sale Cheap; Lost Horse., cause one bottle of Zemo and one cake editor promptly informed Mr. Morgan sheen that have beea killed or died for mit Professor Johnson s friends to nom of soap aro sufficient to show their Squire Decker Uros., piano, in good that had it not been for his crop we Aged horse, very thin, white spot in -- j,. 0f being killed are paid for there healing qualities and if used according By A. W. MACY. i could have truthfully stated the crop was condition. Apply at forehead, skin off insida both hind legs..! rnr.jn, -- bout 800 000 to iro into the inate himf to directions, tney win etiect a perma15-t-f Climax Office. a failure." The potatoes shown us were nent cure. came to my house about a moaili ago. in,ii,iie school En A BLANKET PROCESSION. Married in Newport Sold by all druggist everywhere and In of the Chicago Market variety and uwner can have same liy proving owner- - jujre. Uichmond by Ferrys Drug store. Lexington, and amonir tho lot were some weighing one Humane Society Doing Good In 1817 the dissatisfied, weavMr. Chester Green, of ni and paying fur advertuejnont. pounds each. Mr. Mor A certian preacher was holding forth Miss Sal lie Park, of this city, were and one-haers of Lancashire, Englard, got Wis. Challas, Work. together and received to march before a Bomewhat wearied congrega married Wednesday in Newport. Mr. gan stated that on Friday he gathered 24 S Four Mile Road, Riolimond, Ivy The Humane Society recently organ up to London and lay their, grievtion when he behelin Uie gallery a Green, who has had charge of the piano fifteen potatoes that weighed fifteen Jesse Cobb B. Walker Tandy Eads ance before the prince regent. izod in this city is doing a splendid vounirster who was pelting the people department at Higeins' furniture store, pounds. Wanted. A It was quite a way to London, work and slfould receive the lioarty helow with chestnuts. The minister and tho youpg each took a blanket aUng to A farm of about SO acres or less near was about to administer a sharp and secured an automobile Sullivan on Deck. of verybody in the effort to couple drove through the country to on Richmond. Ky., well improved and wrafi about him at night. Abeut reprimand for this uagrani Lexington, arriving there in time for Sullivan, of Richmond, secure the best treatment possible for sirineent Judge Jere A. 5,000 made the start, and :i curl-ou- e or near Dike. 1 will nav .cash or will of an investment more profitable than real esfate more act of impiety or disrespect, but the the 3:30 train for Cincinnati, from which vice chairman of the Democratic State all kind of stock. A circular which has looking parade It muett have Co. exchange properly in Hawkins to been issued recently and is mailed when youth anticipating mis, dhwidu um been. One eyewttneee deecrlbed w certain oi steady increase in value and large returns? point they went to Nowport where the Chamualen Committee, has come Tan My property consists of Dwelling tho top of his voice: "lou attend to "necessity demands it, follows: mwit dethe marchers a wedding ceremony was periormea Louisville to look after his end ofHha Search the entire investment field over and you will aot House, large ware house, Uvory and that the "Your liQrso is nrnachini; and I 11 keep em Sullivan plorable t," without feoij and , -. They left immediately for an Eastern work at headquarters. Judge the-pr- osfind anything to equal it. We have some choice parcel sale stand, silicon room boarding directly in his eyes. You sun ravs fall without erganlaaytlon.n Scarcely awake." Exchange. wedding tour, after which tney will is highly enthusiastic over house and restaurant, opera house and He' they befun to meveltwHen to offer, both improved and unimproved, many of which them over the could' not endure It for two seconds they will neota aa he has iound Rev. E. B. Barnes Is holding special return to Atlanta, Ga., where black smith shop. I exchange any part they were attaekeel by thtt milare genuine bargains. It will pay you handsomely to ars. State and U confident that his fellow- Will you notlongthenthe chock rain to itary and (Mrtlatty or all of this property for a small services this woekatNewby, but he will reside. Miss Park is a daughter of WrMi. a very townsman. Senator Jamee B. KcCreary, prevent this torture!" consult us regarding realy investments. frame kef t en, but the deecftiefte firm near Richmond. Call or address preach as here usual on Sunday, Prof. Bettie Park, of this city, and is riirhteousr man regardelh" the life "A and the rest of the State ticket will win for quite and Ha beeeme mere arvd mefe frejutent. a tt cross. Kofrersvllle. xenn. i'. u. McDougle will have charge of the charming young lady for Blanton-Ce- o a weeping vletory. He said that nearly of his beastTj Wy tHc time the merofclng 12-Box 23. meeUnr. and it is hoped there while was beekkeepor 1 v J reeofced the Mtteklie ef also taught every county bad beea closely organized In Full Blast attendance. The saason gleton Lumber Co. She has will bo a larire quick Lmi4m rt had dwfedfeel lie six upon several school terms in the county, a ad that the Demcts "hd been For Rent for the activities of.the church is wMhA Judge The millinery department at E. V. aaia raaafwt pairaana, ana recently came to Richmond to respond to the eall to Residence. O rooms and kitchen, in us, and after the relaxation ot ttw sum Mr. Green tfc ipaeaweitte ef tftM priMis "the pioet aetute Elder's, formal opening of which ocevtr- Local and Long Distance to from Lexington and durieg his siay Sullivan U oae of food repair and in good neighborhood mer, all ought to put their shoulder ki the State ed Saturday, has on sale the latest de-happy BolHkuu and ouapa-ifajarmany friend. The Apply to the wheel and push. Th pastor hc hsttataaVe triameea aai knewe every aafte U a patttfMl svg in Fall Ustyle tiae af eowDte hava Um aat m'mkm U V Miss Lee Prather at W. D. Oldham & um1 poodlhlaes for . Koea . mil he glut shew 15-t- f (Vs. bha tewa Uai urUatar. j J FREE SAMPLE OLD BOWEL TROUBLE . yr two-stor- .... ' 1 o i:UjO-puui- j - a O. F AUK, Htis. 1.-- -- ...... t tf..i!-ihsvi- 3ie e. six-ye- ar - Eg 'ALL PAP1 Sl3l y, REDUCED Wall I have a big line of up Paper which I will at greatly reduced prices, in order to make room for next season's goods Very truly, Trim d CURIOUS BITS OF HISTORY I fund-Cincin- RICHMOND KENTUCKY, lf "ludge I Can You Tell Me j-- V eel-im- -- c '. j Bluegrass Real Estate Company, SSS Richmond, Ky kUft Ml McCall Patterns 10 Beautiful Fall Millinery Without Extravagant Prices Exquisite, becoming, tasty Millinery In an actonishing variety. Styles offer a varied choice. Simplicity is - the keynote. One may choose a hat fashioned on long, narrow lines or select dress shape-- or a wide-briany of the variations between; all styles shown here are authentic, and m " . C7lASS y. . . Am FOR KEPRESEKTATIVE We are authorized to' announce tk B. e HKKklNGTON t a a candidate for of Madison counly.eubject to Uie pcllon of the Democratic party. Repre-Eentativ- Piibllc Sale. Havinlf decided to break Up housekeeping will offer at public sa e on the premisesbcut8 miles from Richmond, on betfltininy at 10 o'clobk A., M. the folio wint property; 58 aorta of land about .30 of it in grabs and the rest in cultivation situated on tho Waters of Mu dy creek 8 m lies from Richmond. On tho place there is a 5 room dwelling, a pood barn end all necesssary Out boildings, a never v and 15 Cents, Autwnn Styles ffl MEN'S SUITS Don't Overlook The Two Best ' Wonder $12.50 & $15 In the latest fashions: All snappy models, gingery and full of life, the kind nose POR SHERIFF We are authorized to announce ELMER DEATIIBKAGE a candidate for SheriB of Madison county, subject to the action of Dtneocratic party "We ore authorized to announce JOIIXK BALDWIN a candidute for Sheriff of Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. "We are authorized to announce N. B. JUNES a candidute tarSherltf of Mudlnon county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce II. II. COMTEK a candidate Tor Sheriff of Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic purty, ' " ' Thursday, Sept. 28, the young, fellows like. All exceptional in clever all-wo- ol Velours and all-wo- ol Wenre hereby authorized to announce VAN tt. BENION u candidate for Sheriff of Madison County, subject to the action of the Democratic purty. FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY We are authorized to nnnounce R. II. CKOOKE a candidate for County Attorney subject tn the action of the Democratic arty. SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENCE $1 BOX Worsted, in a big variety of new pattern effects, new shades of brown, blue, tan and gray BOY'S suns 1 Becomingness Guaranteed to Is a Characteristic wear4 months. of our new Fall Millinery. Every woman will find here just the hat she looks best in. Good serviceable, fancy 5uits that wear wellsizes 6 to 6 all-wo- ol We ore authorized to announce BENJA MIX V. EDWARDS, u candidate for Superintendent of 1'ulUic Schools of Mndlson county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce Wm. S. Brock n candidute for Superintendent of Public Schools of Madison County, sub jeet to the action of the DetmcrnUc party FOR JAILER We ore authorized to nnnounce MORGAN TAYLOR a candidate for Jnilerof Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. Wo aro authorized tn announce Clyde Raybukx a candidate for Jailer of Mad- call. ison county, subject to the action of the Andrew J. Broaddus, Democratic party. FOR ASSESSOR We are authorized to announce GEORGE NOLAND a candidate for Assessor of Madison County subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are onthorized to nnnounce W. F. JARMAN n candidate for Assessor of Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party We ore authorized to announce RUFUS JENKINS a candidate far Assessor of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party. . FOR COUNTY CLERK 'We ore authorized to announce LoRueC. House a candidate for County Clerk fo Madison county - subject to the action o " Democratic part- falling spring of excellent water within a few fetit of 'he door, and abundance place. water on the of stoct There Is'a young orchard of ICO trees besides ui abundance of grapes. This place is within halt mile of turnpike and in good neighborhood, schools and churches being near by. Also at the same time and place I will offer for sale I aged brood mare,; 1 good 3 yearold saddle mare; 1 good 5 year old work horse; 1 good milch cow and calf a good winter milker; 3 sows with pigs; 2 shoats, about 70 pounds each: 1 two horse wagon: 1 cultivator.; 2 double shovel plows; 1 wo horse corn drill; a lot of plow gear; 2 Oliver turning plows; 1 good saddle; about 4000 tobacco sticks; 1 large scalding kettle; lard or wash kettle: 1 buggy; a lot of household furniture: 2 cooking stoves; chickens; turkeys, and 10 large Tooloose geese. I will also sell 20 acres of corn in the field. Terms, liberal and made known on day of sale. Anyone desiring to inspect ..the property, before day of sale is Invited to 130-eallo- n iKrK-- ! 13-- 3t $2.50 boy's suirs Very fine quality, and nicely tailored. all-wo- Holies A. C. i FOR SALE BY For ol MEN, All sizes- NOTICE. On Petition. Nolico is hereby given that there will be held by the officers of the regular November election on NOVEMHER 7, 1911, Rocd and Others, Douglas Simmons & Deatherage Second Street Telephone 20 WOMEN, CHILDREN tne latest styles McCall Pattearns 10 6 to 17.... GUARANTEED and 15 cents. E. V, Young Women Read what Cardul did for Miss Myria Engler, of Faribault, Minn- - She says: "Let me tell you how much good Cardui has done me. As a young girl, I always had to suffer so much with all kind of pain. Sometimes, I was so weak that I could hardly stand on my feet I got a bottle of Cardui, at the drug store, and as soon as Iliad taken a few doses, I began to feel better. Today, 1 feel as well as anyone can." Richmond, Ky. SPSS Telephone 62 Lackey & Todd The Hrme rf .. .w.ww v. CARDUI WomanlTonic What a "flooring" Judge J M Benton 'StattdanT "Vitrite" Cloiet gave the ed tor of the Courier-Journa- l on the questions involved in the temper ance tight! Judge llentofi, tn an ox haustive article on the subject covering over-worall tho legal points which was published j j mary, " Hives and Prickly Heat Re We arc authorized to announce MUR in the Louisville Times, said, in sub CiucuM3TASTiAi. evidence has again RAY SMITH a candidate for City At stance. Hint hn Imil arreed with Mr. lieved rree. If tornev nf Kip.hmnml. siiliiprt tn f tin Mf tlrm Waiterson, but that now the Incident sent a man to the electric chair, this I .... . . . .. miuere r no x is conditions attached to this 01 tne Uemocratic party. was a closed one, as the Court of Ap- time Henry Beattie, the rich society every gem in cur tine collecttsnoon Medicine Co.. Chtttanooeo. Tcsn., Wrltt to- LadlM Advisory D olfer. If you are sutlerinir with hivps peals hid reversed his learned and man of Richmond, Va., was convicted tion of jewels is, and their rich osie Trextmcat tor women, teat Inc. J St Special InstnicUoni. and lot prickly heat. Insect bite5. or any other Foley's Kidney Remdey. labored opinion. Tat's giving up like of wife murder. The case has attracted color and brilliancy and uni-Beattie's young wwii you to accept I iiuii, (biquiu) a gentleman. IJut Waiterson s pe; is national attention. o wun our compliments a free bottle of lis a trreat medicine of nroven valuo forUni" (despite the Court of Appeals), wife was murdered while automobiling que and exquisite setting .tiJio, tne clean liquid remodv for ec- - both acute and chronlo kldnoy and with her husband and his defense was make them fit gifts for a zema, and all diseases of the skin and bladdor ailments and for annoying which makes him a law unto himself. that she was shot from ambush. He Queen. We have everything Jackson News. scalp. urinary irregularitlos. It is especially had been married but a year. The jury that is new and novel in pins, recommonded to elderly peoplo for its This free bottle is not full si hut it was out buPono i'our, but the verdict is large enough to show you the wonder- - wonaerf ul tn5e and reconstructive High-Price- d Seed. DENTIST ful healing and soothing otrects of 1ua"lies a"d l"o permanent relief and was one that the people of all Virginia rings, ear screws and drops Mr Fanner Make year home as modem for your family as a city ret- ZBMO. Call todav for vour samnlnlwit comfort it gives them. L. McConnell The highest price that has ever been hoped for, because they believed him at prices that are remarkable dtritoe ami pin.ee yew-selLick, in a position to get the latest market quotations at ue 01 it&iiv ferry s rug Ktoro. 3 in uatiicrine si., riimlra, N. x., says: realized by local dealors for cleaned blue guilty. for their low figure five Dottles aiu the work for mo most ny lima. TWfl ean be aeoeraplished by means of our telephone eervice, when Crown, Bridge and Inlay work a oirectively and beyond doubt Foley's grass seed was paid last week in Paris Any skin itching is a temper-teste- r. Specialty. Kidney Remedy is the most reliable when the market reached the unheard Uhe more yuu scratch the worse it yon ai4 jnmn- noiRbiiar can get fer a earn tltat Is email compared with the ben. kidney medicine over made." Stock' of and lofty figure of $3.10 per bushel itches. Doan's Ointment cure.'i piles, Offlco in Bank Building. Me feeefved. Oall er address ear nearest office or write direct to headquarter ton & sou, Uncceasor to Jturpn & Denny fnr fancy cleaned Kentucky blue grass eczema any skin itching. At all drug KnohrfMo. Temessee. fer information regarding our special "Farmers" Lines stores. rata If A pmem yen are Hot enjoying telephone service, we can immediate') One by one, and in companies, aro the seed in carload lots. One Paris dealer OTer 8tte JUn & Trnt Compauy recently shipped a carof seed, for which Wonderful Offer. ntereetytev. Oar lines sever the States ot Kentucky Tennessee, Miesiesipp e the Democrats, weary of unTKLKPHONK s . .. .. he received more than $9,000, while an ti This is a campaign year ot unusual Louisiana atui the Soatiiern portion of Indiana and Illinois. congenial uepumican associations, reordto importance and everyone Are the largest luming to their former and saner rela- othor disposed of a carload at $7,449.49 keep well posted on the will want the affairs of SAST TENNESSEE ..TELEPHONE CO., Incorporated er buyers ot cattle, hogs, sheep, tionships in the Democratic fold, Hun A single buyer in the county is said to State of old Kentucky. The Climax has dreds and thousands of them will vote have on hand more than $175,000 worth made special arrangements with tho lambs, and calves at the Cinto for their old friend and former comrade, of blue grass seed, which was bought Courier Journal and Louisville PostCliuncleaned, at prices ranging from $1 to send these paper to readers of the cinnati Union Stock Yards. McUroary, this year. max at ereatiy reduced prices. For How Bill Led ford sells goods so cheap. When Consign your slock to them Buckner is leading the returning hosts'. $1.75. Paris Kentuckian. $1.00 the Uallv Courier Journal will be in town don't fail to see the new and receive the highest market W,.m sent from now until after the November, Winchester Democrat. ... your residences a .d store buildings need t1 . ui fiiaunj: or iecuing came can on or election in addition to the Sues to Recover License Fee. one whole year. For 81.50, Climax for prices. place your orders with the Louispainted and papered, or decorated in any Digestion and Assimilation. The city eouncil of Versailles imposed ville Post wiit ba sent dallyr fron now until after the election in additi u to the Pinnell-McMuIIeIt is not the nuantitv of food taken I license of $1.25 per day for the privi- - Climax n w3 see me about it, as am prepared to doall kinds of one whole year. Take adOpposite Elder's. We are headquarters for 5, 10 and 25 cent goods. but the amount digested and a similated lege ot distributing free samples and vantage for this extraordinary offer. Fr tf of TO INSURE YOUR Live Stock Commission Co. that gives strength and vitality to the advortisini? matter. This was naid bv 5 cents you can buy many items that ordinarily sell for a dime. For 10 -. " .1 ni HOUSJJ WITH Decorating and OIUIIWIUII 21I1U jh.vu. wimuivciiuma cents you get values worth up to a quarter. Wo have everything in To The Peopla , . r ...a. rTV. 1.1 : Kansas CityStock Yards . i uitui lauiuia :uivixuraiu urn siomacn I ...i. "il5 ucu .luo .... ,ur .. rclur" B,m, If you would liave two of tho best Enameled Ware, Tinware, Imported China. Glassware. Woodenware. and liver and cnatiles thm tn nff,m t The"sfirm claims da3"s of your life take your wife and Hanging. Brushes, Cutlery, etc., and overy price marked in plain figures. Buy y.ar ... and for $25 damages. A careful selpcMon for what you want their function. n..trntK. to tlio ot tne tiluo anu household goods hero and SA.YE MONEY 'Ittiotaxts in violation of the national children In 1801, uounion called Y anks will bo made by our W. O. Park who Stockton & Son. Grays. they were I wfll use nothing in the way of materials on your AT ONCE constitution and is in restraint of inter- - and. Rebs. They meet at the Green nas nau zs years experience in filling work except such as I invite you to inspect at all times orders on this market. Broaddus Camp, at Winston, Septem Secretary of State Ben L. Bruner has I state commerce. Please address THAN TO WAIT UNTIL IT an communications la bor 22, and 2:ird. 1911. Cemit see before boi ug applied to your house,' etc. Also, will received a lettpr from the Postofflce De BURNS AND WISH both flags wave that brave men surpartment at Washington, tplljng him appreciate a share of jTour patronage, and promise you Ben Haynes in the Claiborne Prog- - rendered their lives for. Come see the YOU IIAD W. I .n I 0Amn ttiat aftnvnn nwn mln.E .1.. in return for same honest work and materials. o d boys perhaps for the last tim e. ivansas Utty itOCK Yardi sion of State Banks in Kontucky seem Un Row of news for Dublipation. but if 12-- 3 Ver3T respectfulty yours, 4. J. Taarp. Ir. deel v. Main Street, McCann Bujldin 10 oe ample ana mat now such banks we runs an item in Whiph thpy are n.-Takes, Due. uiy quaiuy 10 oecome depositories for leresma may are sure to hand HS a -tho postal savings funds, justas national north pole Mare that would Ireexe the Your tUPS for the year 1911 ate now JarryM Blanton. SURVEYOR in my hands for ooiloction. banks now do. Come liver of a polar boar." DENTIST in early and avoid the rush, as veil as 4VOSlca ii, Beau , solicage of those lis patron ne.cdjng ser President Neal, ot the Blue Grass saving the penalty, by prompt payment. IVlOney tO Loan on taOOd rarm Third Richmond, Ky vices of a competent man. Address, D. A. McCord. Shiriff. League, lia been notified that, the St. Lands. RICHMOND, KENTUCKY, We have enlarged our warehouse and can hanThe Northwestern Mutnai Lifn In. I Loula Americans will draft Goosetree GRffNLEAF & HERRINGT0N dle all the-TalloWool, Rags, Bones, Gindurance U loan money at fi ne irom Winchester. It is said also that . ?OOU seng and Feathers that you bring. Rememfaro, the Now York Americans have drafted xr" ........ UU .UU.-rfI . ... , QL, .... ber we pay the highest prices. We buy Hides OIJJcj in'nougjas SimmonV now ..... , .. lnni.n i n VlinuttUll. A LLV. I f.wuiiHuuuuHB, uui uu om VrJ Rubber and all kinds of metals and scrap iron. 0lal nc,uce nas Deen Slvea' Hujjding on Seppnd Street Richmond, ' kv." . Bring what you have opp, Court Ifpusp . r; u is .., moreor ICSS pre- "inrniuea I HAVE FOR SALE THE u cutsanjj bruises may bo m Kulent .inrinRontoU., i Best Braces for fences, Water Tanks, etc., and any kinds of d about tjfe tiyfa rerjuire.d' by for jt, Chamerlaln-- s Colic Cholera Because dollar for dollar we do i Repairs for all kinds of Machinery. usual lojiupjcni ny anpiyiHjr pham- is vtp.rRW 'IW'Pl'S ngt Relieve fhere is anything elso S'-n.e0dej f berlia.t I.inlmoiit. jj is ai, ;jni.septicPifCt,Hi. vrroyvT-fxA.- , ... causes fcU0lt JjW fin carrh tljat brfijgs f tje ganje , maturation. Ins linim.) it a lso relieves tlOHMOND, KENTUCKY. pleasure as a Ijpme. Anj iftgain, soreness of the njuclcs and rheumatic J. B. Stoulfer has reopened a first class shop. Suits made A drop of coffee, spilled on A plain. RICHMOND Phone 363 iflce over Mate KENTUCKY by investing ylgkt arp i your lnk A Trust Co., op pains. For Kile bv S ockion i. Son postal card, was tjie original of the. to order made at home by experiened Tailors. uoiicuuun nonw ii Mflin treet. Over home CQnjmunity h are paling piciuru pota1 idea which has spread to A snecuio for naln llr Thnm, overy clime. in values yo understand aniT with 1,000 samples to select from. Cleaning; and Pressing- - by nieciric un. sironirost, c leanest lini mem ever deviscil. a hnucnhn Id remedy people you knowt henoe th fislc Fire, Life, Accidont and Health Inspr Tailors. r Botro-- s - in America for 25 year of Joss Is completely eliminated. btanco The very best old lino Co m nan I o Sell all yo can and buy all you can What you dont know about lumGeorge Marischen, Cutter Wm, S. Broaddus. Aet. f, Dentist . at home, hvcry do'lar that is sent or ber we are- - here to tell yon and . Tflleppon2b7 carried away from home makes the! Dyspepsia is our national ailment. we may be able to help youi'avold is town that much poorer. If you havo the I Burdock Blood Bitters Is the national Office !n Oldham Building many of the mistakes that are fremeans invest in something that will I euro for Ju It strengthens stnmaoK1, quently made in the select on of give somebody employment. Do not I membranes, promotes flow of dgestlye is lumber unsuiied for differe I purkick at a proro;c3 Jmprovoraent simply juicesrfpunlles. the blood, bu Ids you" " ' I at vour IT JV because it poses. Some litmborls O. L for . field ' doo. outbid" uses and not worth ii cent tf jrffa ars going to have a party have ! r Messrs. Al is GJbbs.of- in We Will buy or sellyour house, for iuiori..r finish, and vice 'versa " tf B"W Garrard couniy.-faHyeretheir 130 ex- - VTV ' 'f UI ' town lots or anv tjiinglport cattle t qTAt. ' Joe ftajos, pj Rich- Trv iarm with , , V , t else in the Real Estate line niuuu, ,naving previously soiu fnom.- to I IkbP ron't 6uffer fiixo minutes with t purposes and liava it In! Wock wiH cus-?- T Any business intrusted to him for u cfpts per poupd. The lot croup t you to ifeow q)j. rjrpp jn ath jBfs jr. 'fftflmw Wt averaged 1,350 poaSdB.-panyll- le Mes- - tic Oil : : : i : i him . will be promptly and Mger. ft onpe. t cts Jike mP- tljf ii fiycy Are you a woman? Then you are subject to a large number of troubles and Irregularities, peculiar to women, which, in time, often lead to more serious trouble. A tonic is needed to help you over the hard places, to. relieve weakness, headache, and other unnecessary pains, k. the signs of weak nerves and Cardui, the woman's tonic. For a tonic, take You will never regret it, for It will certainly help you. Ask vour druecist about it He knows. He sells It tc I Iff iH It, I FOR CITY COUNCIL. aro authorized to announce Kykkett Bkkiiy its a candidate for Councilman, subject to tlio action of Democratic party. We aro authorized to announce T. T. Covikoton as a candidate for Councilman, subject to the notion of the Democratic party. Wo aro authorized to announco Talt S. Tonn as a candidate Tor Councilman, have never seen a woman subject to Uio action of iho Democratic with good sense but w had party. We aro authorized to announce W. T, beauty enough tO mane her- - Vaughn u candidate for Councilman to represent the Kast End Precinct, sub self highly agreeable. If YOU jeet to tho action of tho Uemocratic primary. . l. TtMn tn coa ... ... f'lnna Iwrl-i-,.u n a ...i1UU I AV(jRro BU,hor,xed Uy ,Q announce Robt. nnt. r nn tioideii a cuiuiiiiaio for Uouncnmaii i inv ant Kiit.i. f:icl.inn J 1 represent University Precinct, subject to ,no action of tho Democratic primary in among the Customers at We are authorized to announro K, II. Ryboo a candidato for Councilman to represent Kast Knd Precinct, subject to Uio action of Uio Democratic primary I Wa n Tn nuthnrlvml In nnnAltnrfl E?mtl I rvvv PrirfVs candidato for .Sniiarr "VUllllf, I Lorisch..,a rv.... L., T...; Councilman to . ... vf. Upera House Building to the action of tho Democratic ..l.l. primary. We aro authorized to announce War ren Kennedy a candidate for Councilman to represent Univorsity Precinct, subI ject to tho action of the Democratic pri mary. Wo aro authorized to announce John E. Sexton a candidato for Councilman io represent university rrecmci, suo ir i ject to the action ot the Democratic pri- 1 UCSQd V. 6 DT Lb I M I I -We $5.00 an election submitting to the voters of PnTinwii Mniri"stril ilistrir.t. No. 3. the question whpther or. not cattle or any . 1. 11 1 .. .tin species mereui sunn ucaiiuncu vn tun af large on the public roads in said district. Done bv or er of court this September 1 1 14, 1011. Attest: 14-- R, II. TERU1LL, Clerk t'ndison Co. Court. Move to Middlesboro. The Xews.Recmd, of Middlesboro, contained l hp follow ng noricc, which will be of interest here, where Mr. and Mrs. Rtllard bave resided all their lives: "Middlcooro has more eft izous to add this wok to its already growing population in the family of Mr. anu Mrs. W. S. Hitlltrii. ol Richmond. Ky., who arrived in the city Thursdav evening to make il.U tliuir lutu-- o hnmT As their advance uard to maku nil moving arrangements,' Mr. Rallard's daughters, Mrs. V, S. Uroaddus and Miss May arrived iu tho oily Monday. They now occupy apartments on the third uoor of tho Citizens' Hankbuilding. Mr. andilrs. Ballard are the parents or Mr. Jphn Ballard, employed at the Middlesboro Steam Laundry. The News Record extends to them a cordial welcome to the community." llal-Iard, About Your Plumbing It is important that every plumbing: Betsy's Pointers "I - ... ... fixture von install shall be of nroven sani- tary worth. Your closet combination particularly should be efficient in the highest degree, easy to keep clean, and have a perfect water seal to prevent the entrance into the house of sewer gas. n Do you appreciate the importance of having your work done right? Standard" plumbing fixtures and bur workmanship insure plumbing perfection. and Dlin6 Richmond Healing Richmond, & Plumbing PUBLIC SALE j ' The Best of the Argument COMPANY, Kentucky. all A Rare Beauty Rural Telephones f - R L PATRICK Paint Kentucky n R. Emmett Million F. J. YEAGER C G Sale & all-around Co DENTIST old-tim- ToCattle Dealers The Wonder of the Age 5, 10 and 25 cent Store WHEN I W. S. Norris. Painting, 1 ,!, Paper D. R Freeman .t I O. PARK T 1 1 - W. L. LEEDS H. e. DOTY, 5, 10 and 25c Store 29 Street 8-- tf Big Prices For Hides ll .'."' u 6-- 9i lu,l"-oveU- Judiciously C. - .,),. . one-ll)lr- New Tailoring Shop ill w..i Spent Money is That Put Into Homes Rtfjif limif W m M. WIDES D Kobt. C. - BEAR IN MIND our grocery one of the most complete to be found anywhece, and our service unsurpassed. phone your order. Our stock of seeds the best the county. grantee them, us an ym wctef md always be a ' t-- Also Jarge line of ready made Clothing, Hats, and Furnishing Goo'ds at reduced Tht jprice.. ; J James & Hunley is-n- .andi-Lutljc- B. STOUFfif V?' 222 West Main Street ed. carefully attended to. See him if his services are need . Dan Breok, fire. H?htnW nvrlnn L . . TI " ' : kinds of suwua, and live stock insurance, Irori' Knnn1 Insurance Companies re- Wfl rfnrrSlfTf. ber this.. Whwt you eritlxing th I have a word nf eon (Id local TPr far Mt f IVinc w7 ft Chamberhtin's Cough Kenedy for I simmw. pfowleio!yjk Him if k have used It perfeet succw, writes Mrs. M. I. ltasforii. PrwlMviiu is.wayhi goodi, hU profMioMi Md. by Stoektuu Sc. Soa. awvltmi, r Hs mvwy. " w 2.tf rh fetfd-iwa- ri D. B. McKinney ImiiMor to Ttm 4 9m For! syH Lumber Co Telephone 35 E. Main Street