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KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 4. 1911 If Madero is President Tax-Burdened -- 38th YEAR NUMBER 16 L. R. BLANTON, "WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Farmers, Read Coal, Feed, Salt, Sand, Lime, Rock. OLD DOMINION PORTLAND CEMENT and AH Kinds of jjlaster Material. Telphone 85 Cor. Main and B. Streets N, V. WH TE I The Old Reliable Dry Goods Man Just a Reminder We want you to remember that you can get the best SUMMER FABRICS for the least money A hint to the wise is sufficent An .incident occurred last Friday in the city of Puebla, that has thrown a on the charactor of beautifuljside-li?h- t Mr. Francisco I. Madero, the jnan who, in. all human probability, will be electod President of Mexico next October, says Our Dumb Animals. The incident is best described in the following letter addressed to the secretary of tho Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals in tho City of Mexico. Tho letter is from Miss Kosa Mena, secretary of the Puobla Society, a young teacher who for five years has, almost single-handefought the battle of the dumb brutes in Puobla, although lately many of the best people in thatMexican theatre have commenced to support her work. Referring to a gala performance given MAKES HOME in Puebla, last Friday, jointly by the Tomporance League and tho Society for tho Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, in iionor of Mr. Madero, Miss Mena says: "Replying to your letter of the fifteenth, I beg to state that in fact we did unite with the Temperance League in a festivalln honor of Mr. Madero, and it was a splendid performance. I made a short address to Mr. Madero, in the name of our group, tho Puebla Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. "When Mr Madero replied, ho praised the. labors of tho Temperance League, and his eulogy oi'tho Society for tho Prevention of Cruelty to Animals was most hearty. Ho characterized our la bors as "arduous, but highly significant in the cultivation of altruistic senti ments.' "Ho related the following incident, which I quote substantially in his own words : 'Some years ago I had a passion for hunting. One time while In the country, on a hunting trip, I had the couple of door, male and female. I ran luck to firo two accurate shots at a to the place where they had fallen, and found the male deer dead and his companion dying. As she died she turned on me a gaze so sad and so full of sweet reproach, that it impressed me very deeply, and from that day to this I havo never hunted.' LI YAL POWDE BAKING This. The Republican platform assures, the voters that Governor "Willson's Administration is worthy of all praise. Believing that Judge O'Rear meant what he said when ho wroto that plink, we have gone to the records at Frankfort for facts on which to base a fow inquiries. The expenditures for active militia during the four years of the last Democratic State Administration was $29,-359.4- 0. THE STEARNS & (mme on every genuine mattress) SHOWS YOU WHATa-NSIDKi:b0H5- MATTRESS R FOSTER IMPORTANT TO KNOW whatSinsidethe TO INSURE REST THAT IS HEALTHFUL & COMFORTABLE Absolutely Pure EASY The expenditures for active militia for three years and a half of Willson's Administration was $277,153 87. Does Judge O'Rear approve of that wicked waste of money on tho part of his fellow Republicans, or was the plank puffing tho spectacular gyrations of Governor Willson a mere paper bouquet, like the bunch of imitation- flowers that was tossed to Taft in tho same platform; And while the Judgo is scratching his head over this question, we will ask him another. Governor Willson's Republican Board of Equalization made the following raises in the value of farming lands for purposes of taxation: In 1910 on 03counties,'$01,550,579.00 In 10H on 72 counties, 30,47S,857.00 - HAVE TO BU Y&dNJFATrHrCbM E IN AND. MATTRESS YOU GET LOOK THRffl.GHm-AND REAESkWr? ING j LACED OPEN JMGY PAT.APPLD FOR) GUARANTEE ways if Light Biscuit - Delicious Cake Dainty Pastries Fine Puddings Flaky Crusts The only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream ol Tartar We All Total for two years, $92,029,431.00 This unprecedented increase was visited upon the farmers of Kentucky that tho dobts incurred by Willson's militia might bofjrid. It meets with tho approval of the present Republican Governor. Does Judge O'ltear approve or condemn this act of spoliation? His platform says he approves it, but this may be one of tho planks that was inserted Just for fun. know that they are The go is a decided friend of the humanita sorely burdened, but until they read rians, and a society is to be established these official figures, they will not know in Pachuca, tho capital of that state. exactly how they have, boon made the agitation is on in San victims of Republican oxtravagance and Luis Potosi, Nuovo Leon, and some other incompetency. Danville Advocate. states of the Mexican Union. tax-paye- Stearns & Foster Mattresses are Comfortable, Durable and Sanitary; not only because of the way they are made, but because of the materials in them. No patented process of mattress-makin- g will produce a quality mattress out of poor cotton or cotton improperly-handle- d. Stearns & Fosler Mattresses are made of clean, sanitary cotton; felted into hundreds of little webs, forming many springy, buoyant layers, Standing nearly three feet high. These layers are then laid by hand and compressed to of their original height and encased in the ticking; then tufted to juft the proper tension, so as to be soft, yet firm, half yielding to your figure, yet supporting it in perfeel relaxaone-six- th tion. Made in the beA qualities of Satin Finish, duftproof tickings WITHOUT Mexico, July 19, 1011. Zemo Cures Eczema, Pim- EXTRA CHARGE . Like Pictures sibly there are loved ones in your family of whom yo have no photograph. It is your duty to pro cure their pictures while they are still with you. Urge them to make an early appointment with of our loved ones, Pos- "Mr. .Madero continued to enlarge on the importance of the services which animals lend to mankind, and the lovallv and intelligence particularly of the dog and tho horse. He finished his remarks with a plea for merciful treatment of animals, and then said that if ho should reach any position of publio trust we could count upon his decided support of our work. BRONCHITIS CONQUERED Seventy years old andJPraises Wonderful Hyomei. It left "I had a severo attack of LaOrippe. mo with bronchitis and catarrh of ples, Dandruff, Prickly Heat, Sunburn. and affords you skin comfort during the hot weather. We give you three reasons why we recommend ZEMO for skin trouble. 1st. ZEMO is a clean, scientificHquid preparation pleaslmt and agreeable to use. 2nd. ZEMO stops itching at once and allays the irritation and promptly soothes and heals the skin. 3rd. ZEMO gives universal satisfaction and is recognized by skin specialists as tho standard remedy for all skin and scalp troubles. If you wish to izf. a bottle of ZEMO for yourself or one of your children and it docs not do exactly what we say, we will return your money without quibble or question. Perry's Drug Store. Four Grades of Superiority - N. V. WHITE Main Sfreet, below First RICHMOND The Schlegel Studio 5. J. McGauhey Prop. my throat. I became quito deaf in one ear so I could not hear a watch tick. I commenced using your IIYOMEI and inhaler and soon got relief, and believe that it saved my life. I have rccomend-i- t to many. I am over seventy years I have several prominent doc"Parties who aro intimate with Mr. old. what toldfor me." Wm. H. Mow-doit did Madero also tell me that he is an enemy tors "Washington, N. J., R. F. D. March t. of the You can imagine wo 1G, 1011. For catarrh, asthma, bronchitis, and are pleased over all this, and we who have worked in Puebla under such diff- coughs, colds and catarriial deafness, IIYOMEI is guaranteed by B. L. iculties and opposition for Jive years, are Comploto outfit, including inrejoiced in view of this oncouragoment." haler and bottlo IIYOMEI $1.00. Separate bottles HYOMEI if afterwards It may be added to Miss Mena's state- needed 50 cents. Cleaning and Pressing ments that is now prohibWhen in need ol lllacksmithing in ited in tho state of Oaxaca, and a heavy any of its branches, Farming ImpleLadies and gentlemens clothing cleantax on tho sport makes it also practically ments, Buggies, Carriages, Wagons, ed and pressed by Mrs. G. F. Bradloy. 130 Second St. up stairs. Work is of prohibitive in tho state of Vera Cruz. Rubber tires &c, get prices from R. E. highest order, price low. A trial order Tho new governor of the state of Hidal Miller, Uuion City, Ky. 11 tf f. s solicted. r, bull-fighMid-dloto- n. bull-fightin- Anchor. $10.50 Windsor. $13.50 Lenox. $16.00 Style A. $22.50 When you buy a Steams & Fosler you get the beft Mattress value offered. Come in today and ask to see these exceptional Mattresses. We'll gladly show them. A positive guarantee on every Mattress. A Stearns & Fosler is a very Comfortable and Economical Mattress to buy. OLDHAM & LACKEY Undertaking a Spedalty- Da v Telephone 76 Night Telephone 136 229 W. S. O. R. O. L. r WE SELL MAY MANTON PATTERNS 10 CENTS EACH HUSTLING CASH STORE ARE YOU : WE SELL 2 MAY MANTON INVITED-WHE- N WILL YOU GOME PATTERNS 10 CENTS EACH TO : SEE OUR : DISPLAY : OF : FALL : MERCHANDISE? Shoes! member of Shoes! Shoes! every pair Everything New-- Up to Now! Men's & Boys9 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 All Kinds. All Sizes. All Prices. The newest lasts, and more of them than ever. Re- we make good "We want and lower in price for quality, than ever. to show you a brand new line of Elite and King Gar- ments Company's Coats, Suits and Skirts from. 3? Shoes for Men, Dittenhofer Shoes for Ladies, and Buster Brown and Blue Ribr bon Shoes for Boys and Girls that fail, through any fault of leather or workmanship, to give J.E. Tilt $10 TO $30 We want to show you the largest assortment ot - on -this-city. $10 AND $15 trial pair is all we ask iand a .customer is assured to us. $ satisfaction. A - Infants and Misses Coats you have seen in Prices ranging from $1.00 TO $7.50 Suits and Overcoats for menj also $3.50 and $5.00 Suits and Oevrcoats for Boys. t 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. You are invited "fV When will you come?: s We. want to show" you our arrays- ofDress Goosj. Westings, Ginghams7Percales, Outings, ect., etc. In fact, we want to show you what you want in any line; -- YOU ARE INVITED WHEN WILL YOU COME ? tf tf tf garner First If Brothcps Hamilton & Main tf tf tf tf tf Richmond, Kentucky IS Caught With THE GOODS! On Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, October 2, 3 and 4, we will have a big elBtoe a pleasant visit: Miss Laura Bright was in Cincinnati last week. Mr. ana Mrs. Leslie Taylor have been visiting in Nicholasviile. "Miss Mary Pickett, bfMason "county, is mo guasi 01 ner tieicfc Mrs. D. li. Breck. THE FAVORITE. LAXATIVE, One at Night Makes the Next Day Bright; No Charge if It Doesn't Because of its extremely gentle and Short offectivo action, Rexall Orderlies havo Miss May Powell, of Lancaster, has become tho most popular Remoiy for neon tne guest of hor aunt, Mrs. W. T. Constipation. Wo are so positivo that Roxall OrderMr. and Mrs. Robert Burke, of Cov-- lies will do all that is claimed for them that wo positively guarantee to hand 5' back the. money you paid us for them akeOollins. ! Smith. The class Is doing Its work in a neighbor's smoke-hous"The boys have bought a $10 outfit of tools from a Chi cago firm. They now have an offer of So for a magazine stand they have made. Tho boys made their own vise. They have made many useful articles and are now at work upon a piano seat. Their work is accurate and good. The training will provo exceedingly valuable to them throueh life. All the 'work is done out of school hours. It ' adds zest to the pther school work. Tho girls are doing good work in sewe. - ' 1 Ml 11 11 i u:i H i r . a rrrtM 1 i 1 Bit IE "r . j .fiT-B'i- i"i J B II i i V '.. H.'r. Hill ra . 11 H B . r- J - Ml I I II Mil I All I B,l T 1: ing. 1 Im II 11 .1 F.ia tv51rfS;ii!. - - Vtf7vyj lia S BJ 'a Ejiyili-ff- A 1W WKL1 t- - "SJ 1 . A iomo tn Carlisle Mrs. Mrs. Ke)kgg,of Cincinnati, is visiting the family of hor son, Mr, M. C. Kellogg, on the Summitt. . faring accompanied Mrs. J. her daughter, Mrs. John D, Allen, to her -.- for--a visit. irom Danville, uuagnter. Mr?. Mrs. Jo Chenault and Miss Bessie Trlbblo have "returned from Martinsville, Indiana, much improved. Miss Margaret Miller has been called to the bedside of her brother, Malcom, York. good. who is severialy ill at Boanoake,;Va. MISSES WIIITLOCK AND PARK'S Misses Harriett Parrish and ElizaMfQnd , fail beth Karr left this morning for LexingSCHOOL. ton to attend Sponcor-Gourldwedding. I can only mention two things conDr. C. C. Marshall, pastor of tho Bap antee? nected with this school. Last year Miss pntire Set made of selected Solid Oak, beautifully finished in Early English, upholstered in Boston Leather over a construction tist ohurcb, began a series of meetings Remember, tho Rexall Remedies can Whitlock taught this school alone This of oil tempered steel spring supports. This is a most remarkable offer." A whole suite complete for only $12.75, Sunday night in Laucastor. be obtained in this community only at year she has an assistant, Miss Samyra Mrs. Sallio Cornelison left Saturday our store Tho RexaH Store, H. L. Park. The work in this school this year Every article is of the latest Mission Style and in Early English, and put together by the most skilled workmen a suite that is proving the superiority of a school iur jvaubus wy, wnere sne wm spend a Perry. Richmond, Ky. & with two teachers over a school with one any house could be proud of. & v month with hor sister, Mrs. Molllo teacher. Poultry at Richmond. a thing as I will say that there is no such Gridor. an efficient school with only Mr. J. Coleman Neff, of Richmond, one teacher, unless the teacher is a genMisses Mary Graham and Lucy Williams, of Paris, are visiting their aunt, one of the bst and most successful chick ius, and geniuses are rare. This school Mrs. Jennings (Successor to Luman & Higgins.) Slaupin, on Fourth en raisers in KoDtucky, was here yester is following the course of study as laid day boosting the big poultry show to bo out month by month, showing the possi- avenue. mp. vmcenzo Ricoi has returned noia in mat city December 0, 7, 8, 9. uuuy oi a complete county organization. He tells us that already Based upon tho various features from Mt Jaokson Sanitarium, where he tries is larger .than was the list of enhopod for, and in the schools above mentioned, I found SUITS DELIVERED TEN DAYS has been taking treatment for rheuma- the show will be think the biggest event of fair to conclude : Tandy Eads Jesse Cobb tism. tnis section ot thebtato. Tho promiums AFTER 1st. That an earnest teacher t:an cre are large and attractive, and the most Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Lano and daughters, Margaret and Florence, havo return- prominent fanciers in Kentucky will at- ate a homelike and a pleasing environ ed from a visit to Frankfort, Louisville tend. Parties interested in this rapidly mcnt. 2d. That a rural school can bo accu growing business should writo J. B.Wal-ker- . and Cincinnati. of an investment more profitable than real estate more Secretary, Richmond, Ky., tor a rately graded and taught month by Mrs. Hugh Dorgavil has boon ill catalogue month according to a course of study, Danville Advocate. certain ot steady increase in value and large returns? one who has stood in the calcium for a week at hor home on llallie-Irvin- e and that the work is better for it. light of public criticism for more than street, and is no better at this time. Search the entire investment field over and you will not The story is told by a traveling man 3d. That the traditional course can forty years and has. with honor un- Appendksitk is feared. of a pretty young Jady,pi'Stepped into bo so taught as to illumine real life. find anything lo equal it. We have some choice parcels stained, passed the ordeal. Ever safe. Mrs. Jennie Lynch returned yester- a music store the otheruay. She tripped sane, sober and conservative, no dodger 4th. VThat manual training and sewKtUUES ETEEI WEBIBSiT IT to offer, both improved and unimproved, many of which in the face of any danger as those who day to Huntsville, Ala., after a two up to the counterwkere a now clerk was ing caf Be taught in a rural school and months visit to her siste. s Mrs. W. E assorting music, and in tho sweetest that they add zest to the other studies. are genuine bargains. It will pay you handsomely to r THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO rode with Morgan oan testify. We ean Myers and Mrs. A. T, Chonault tones asked: "Have You Kissed Me in implicitly rely upon him in every emer5th. That a teacher can got tools if consult us regarding realy investments. the Moonlight?" The clerk turned half (Incorporated.) gency. And this is no mere surmise ; 55-Messrs. Percy and Overton Maupin way J459I around and answered, "It must she wants them bad enough. this part of his life assures us of this, sens of C. H. Maupin, near Moberly, havo been 0th. That these community interests the man at the other counter; years ago on far tfeiriy-tw- o make the teacher's work lighter by furPres. asd Mgr. this same office a leading retiring from who went fourteen years ago to Trinidad, I've boon here only a week." A D. MWer Looking Through. paper of this Cal., are ou a visit to their parents. nishing motive to the students. , Sec'y-Trea- s. INCORPORATED. State, that had no particular personal W. 8. WMle Mr. T. Etnbry Dtyitheragc has reI Our list of paints you will be amaze Our Rural Schools. SCHOOL FAIR. attachment to him, in building a monuto Oakdale, Tonn., after a visit turned at the many varities for special uses. . ment tm tfce governors of Kentucky, Local and Long Distance In accordance with my engagement State Suporvisor of Rural Schools PRCSS KCKTVCKY ASSOdATieU Ue structure with the capstone: to liis parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam with you and your Board of Edu- There Are Paints For Every. to Superintendent John Noland : Dontherage. Telephone 83 "MeCreary is in every respect the model Uli cation, I have the prize governor of them all." Schools are organized and maintained for tho Schoolcompleted be held list Purpose. ' Mrs. Lea Miller has returned .to Lan ' EIGHTH BKTHGT FHBUSHERS UA6K. Fair to next caster. She was callod here by the se- that the children may bo educated. spring, at such time and place, and in Spencor a "preparaFrom the usful water paints for cellar paper, the Cynthia n rious illnoss of hor mother. Mrs. L. T. tion" fordefines education as Dewey says accordance with such rules as you may That model FEB YEAR $1.00 complete living; direct. Below I give a brief statement walls, barns, etc., to the finest of varDemocrat bas entered upon its forty-fourt- h Wikon, who is much improved. education Wanted. Whether we accept XX ADVJINOE nishes year of existence. The paperhos The first meeting for this fall of the ono or tho "is" lifo. both of theso defini of tho prizes and who offer them. Each piano. and polishes for the furniture or othor or Tell ha-- i many editors and owners during Parents-TeacherAssociation will be tions, we may ask oui solves how do our prize is ten dollars, divided into three we'll supply us what you want to do and A farm of about 50 acres or less near --WITHthe paint product with these many years, yet it remained for held Friday, Oct C, at 2:30 o'clock, in rural schools prepare for real lifo and prizes: 1st prize, 85.00; 2d prize, $3.00; Richmond, Ky., woll improved and on WEDNESDAY OCT 4 3d prize, $2.00. Tho purpose of these which to dojit that prince or good fellows, Jim Allen, Reric Neville Roark hall. A full attond how far do they represent lifo. Again, LIVE STOCK COMMISSION CO., or near pike. I will pay cash or will PINNELl-McMDLLE- N prizes is to to bring the sheet up to the highest anoe is desired. we may ask what is the real purpose of things, and stimulate interest in vital they will be given at the standard of weekly publications. Acexchange property in Hawkins Co., KANSAS CITY STOCK YARDS, It k the feaMt of some to declare at cording to Mr. Allen the paper has Miss Zeula Oliver "has roturned from education. Is it tho full and harmonious "Fair." Tenn. My property consists of Dwelling almost every eteetiea that the one at passed through many tempests, but to a delightful visit to Mr. and Sirs. H. H. dovelopmont of the individual as somo ? List of Prizos and who offers them. House, large ware house, livery and noyd in Georgetown. Miss Olivor toll us 7 Is it culture ? I it discipline Wall Paper and Paints hand is the important one ever, day she stands on a high pedestal in the I. Best judges of corn Rice & boarding Quotes prices of stock and feeding cattle as follows: sale stand, sixteen room whether k happened to he Ootmly, State journalistic field. May the future of also enjoyed a ten days visit to relatives Is it utility Perhaps there is truth in Arnold. ouch of thoso ideals; but whore does in diMHiietown, Ulno. Phone 449 20S East Main house and restaurant, opera house and or XattenaL It k tnte that to tell the the Democrat be as bright as she looms Society como in 7 It seems to me that 2. Best useful article made of wood Good to choice fleshy steers, 1150 to 1200 lbs most important k sometimes a dMieult up to oav, and as volumes are added may Mrs. Frank Jonnincs and son left 3B.5 $6 K, black smith shop. I exchange any part RICHMOND. KY n matter. For one, like a burn, may be its editor grow in power as he lias in the yesterday for their home in Jacksonville, every one or these definitions and ideals or other native material Blanton Good to choice stock steers, 850 to 1000 lbs . aro individualistic The emphasis is Xx 520 or all of this property for a small Lumber Co. spread ever a great extent, yet be less past, so that when he has attained a ripe Florida, aftora most pleasant stay of a upon Good to choice yearling steers (.S3 .... the individual rather than upon 3. Best sot of writing books. StockEnglish Spavin Liniment r moves farm noar Richmond. Call or address. severe than one of less latitude, but of old age of withdrawn! from the tripod monin wim ner mother, Mrs. Thomas socioty. But tho individual must live ton & Son. Hard, Soft or Calloused Lumps and A. H. Cross, RogersvlUe, Tenn. P. Of Good to choice steer calves, 7 to 10 months oM SM 5. GO deeper intensity, yet when it comes to he will hare only the blessings of his Phelps. his life in socioty; ho must find himsolf Blemishes from horses; also Blood Spav- Box 23. 12-Good to choice heifer calves, 7 to 10 menlbs W.... an open contest between the principak brothers, the thanks of hk friends and f.TS 4. Best Five Problems in Farm Arithins, Curbs, Splints, Sweeney, Ring Bone Wedding invitations, after marrhuro in and adjust himsolf to society. Supof Democracy and Republicanism . all the plaudits of the general public. Good to choice 1 and 2 year old heifers 1.75 4.23 pose that we "fully and harmoniously meticHamilton Brothers. Stifles, Sprains, Swollen Throats, Coughs and at home announcements, calling are important and no time should be Dan Breck, fire, lightning, cyclone 5. Best Map of Madison Co.,shoving etc. You may save $50 by the use of Good to choice stock cows, 3 to 5 years okl 3LS3 3.75 cards, death and birth announcements: develop all the powers of the individual" consumed in hair splitting efforts to deCovington & Banks. tf Kansas City, Mo., September 29. 1911. Cot.. J. IV. XcCcixocb, president of anything, everything in this line of work, round him out to a large circle, how will products ono bottle. Sold by Perry's Drug Store. and live stock insurance. termine which is most important, for all ho fit himself in a triangular niche in C. 100mo Best Apron or Pillow Case E. V. are of suflteieBt importa&ee to call forth the Kentucky Distillers' Association, has printed or engraved, at Climax ollice. society? To bo concrete, suppose we Elder. tf the best efforts of all intelligent friends been appointed by Judge 0Rear, Repub- Husiaess strictly confidential. educate a boy in' latin and history, For Rent 7. Best exhibit from any one school. of geed government. The one now on lican nominee for Governor, to solicit NO DIRT EVERYTHING CONSUMED NO SOOT Mr. Walter Ouinn. of Bloomineton. science and mathematics, NO SMOKE round him Bennett & Higgins. band is doubly important, not only from campaign funds for the State ticket. 111., whose name as usher at the Cov- out, Having decided to discontinue housedevelop an ambition for great things, Xattooal aspect, but because it will Col. McCullach has sent out letters seek- ington- llaynes wodding was unintenits 8. Best essay on corn growing. keeping, I wish to rent my dwelling on At the end of a season's use with soft coal, there will be no soot in the pipe or flue lie finds so intimately involve the welfare of our ing financial aid for O'ltear's campaign. tionally emitted in our issue of last and whon he leaves higli school common Sewoll & McKinney. Second street. House is in good repair, State, both present and prospective. To Col. McCulloch has opposed the county week, will arrive this week and will no place open to him except 9. Best declamation or oral reading. seven rooms with and heavy physical labor, what will hap. all necessary out buildan intelligeut observer of events now unit law for years. be with relatives here until after the pon? Taylor & Oldham. And yet many believe O'Rear sincere wedding. transpiring, as well as one acquainted ings, stable, good pasture, garden, etc. 10. Rapid and accurate work in arithwith the past history of our country, it in his frantic efforts to convince the vo1 have made the foregoing remarks lo I also have for sale Al Jersey milch cow. Mrs. J. LT Taylor, of Kansas Citv. prepare for the declaration that social metic. L. E. Lane. does seem that it should require no ar- ters of Kentucky of hk loyalty to the The only jointless leg bottom and base with full 13-Apply to T. J. Moberly. Mo is. visiting her sisters Mosdames efficiency should be an end in education. gument to seoure his utmost aid in re- temperance cause. II. Rest loaf of bread, N. C. plan. J. It. Pates and G. E. Lilly. Mrs. sisting the efforts of the radiation and large ash pan that is on the market or ban hue educating tho individual let us Perrys' Drugstore. Taylor was, before her marriage, Miss For Rent party to maintain its hold upon 12. Best speller, oral and written. Brfokb the Republican State Conven-tio- a Bessie McGinn, of Versailles, and often not forget that he must make a living. ever been made in the history of the stove industry. power, both in thk State and Nation. was held. Governor Augustus K. visited her sisters in this citv. whore Therefore in planning tho course of Eastern Kentucky State Normal School. Residence, C rooms and kitchen, in In its very inception the Republican Wilteon said: "Judge study for a school, some thought shpuld The jointless leg bottom and base mokes the stwe 13. Best set O'Bear's good repair and in good neighborhood. party. was an unconstitutional, seotion&l tion would be a calamity to thenomina- she has many friens. bo tikon of what the children are going B. L. Middlcion. examination papers. air-tigRepubbelow the grate, which is the only true part-It may be truly said of it, with- lican party Apply to Cashier R. E. Turloy. of State Bank to do in tho world. The school should think 14. The Climax offers a prize for out malice, that it was "conceived in nomination in Kentucky and I defeat hk & Trust Co., has returned from a reflect the life of the community. Miss Leo Prather at W. D. Oldham & principle. would mean sure for worK to oe determined later. sin and brought forth ia iniquity." The the Republican delightful visit to Mr. Harry B. Hanger ticket thk fall.""' 15-t-f But somo ono will say that you cannot Co's battle ory of its founders was that will be as good a fire keeper twenty years benee at Now know what a child will do in the world. GOOD SCHOOLS AND GOOD ROADS. This k one time The Climax k in thor our grand constitution was "a league York. Mr. Turiey speaks in glowing This is true of ono child but it is not as it is today. with death and a covenant with Hell." ough accord with Governor Willaoa. The improvement of rural life depends terms of his stay in the Eastern city true of a community. Statistics show Its inspiring principle was that there largely upon good roads and upon cood The Hot Blast Air-Tigand was amazed when brought face to that ninety per cent of tho boys of Moreno will hew twk-- e was an "irrepressible conflict" to be face with the contract of Hanger & community will follow the industries of schools. Tho school houses of this counlI carried on by them in thk country that the space that can be heated by any other store on Company, who are constructing an im the community. Shall we, then, ignore ty are improving. The improvement in would ever prevent it from being conmense line of railroad into the citv of the preparation of tho ninety per cent, the pikes ot the county is marked. Any the cost. earth at one-hal- f I Sr. J. day olls, ot Irvine, was ducted as designed by our fathers, or one acquainted the roads Now York. for the life we know they will live be three years ago with now cannot two or would result ia its destruction. The pleasant caller at this eAee Thursday, and fail to The only perfect floor heater that is or has ever Poyntor, Misses of Sholbyville. cause of the unknown ten per cent? legitimate result of is teachings, essen bo impressed by the real and substantial Mrs. Sam Bennett, of Lexington, k violinist and pianist, and Miss lilandin, tially sectional, was a long, Meedy, visiting Mrs. "Waller Bennett. : What progress made in rebuilding the pikes been niade. This brings us to the question of Lexington, vocalist have sovoral wasteful and seedless war. And since efficient school ? numbers on program for the Federated is anprepares a child toIs it not a school There aro now many miles of pike in Mr. J. Elliott RiddelL of Irvine, All features are patented and no sfcova manufacits close all of thk party's administra live completely mis county as good as in any county in Club entertainment at 3Irs. H. B. that tion and legislation has been for the ben- - in the city Saturday. somowhore, in some certain kind of com the state. The officers in charge of this turer, dealer or user can copy or use, saraefftulf years n anger s evoning. These young munity ? Is it possible for a school to work desorvo the commendation and ent et tne iavored classes and against dir. Simpson Campbell, of Irvine, lamas naveuiis state-wid- e a reputation as prepare a child to live anywhere, every me welfare ot tne masses ol the Deonle. visited in Kiebmond Thursday. of all good citizens. from date of patent without incurring, Hajjiirir Sdv an musicians and a great treat is in store It has burdened our people by its extrav where? Can a Madison County school Very truly, Mr. Merritt Montgomery was down for those who attend. Tho remainder prepare a child to livo in Franco or in action for damages. agance, Has oppressed them from the T. J. COATES, cradle to the grave by high and ever from Jackson to spend Sunday with hk of tho program will be carripd to com tho mining regions of Pennsylvania pletion by, local talont. State Supervisor of Rural Schools. higher protective tariffs a form of le family. On tho contrary, should not the rural MissUUte ualdwin ontortamcd most schools of this countyprcpare tho chil galised reuber'. Its whole history shows keeps children Mr. James Rapard, of Beattyville, is If is , it to be oonstitutioe&lly unfit to conduc. spending a few days with friends In charmingly with a miscellaneous shower dren of the country to live completely, healthful and happy. our asatrs in accordance with our prin- thk city. at her home faaturday afternoon in honor lo get the most out of lifo in tho coun Farm for accordis of Miss i Louise Covington, whose mar- try? Moreover, since the country peociples of government. It is a misnt in Miss dee Sptoer left Sunday for riage to Mr. Hasbrouck Haynes will be ple are almost exclusively engaged in every respect No wonder its present ing Give them a few drops of the 7th. Red Lg isaoia canaiaate lor governor Park where she wiD matriculate at celebrated onand the house was the airriculculturo, ought not tho schools this strengthening party color was most prepare the childreu to livo completely ssrmKs irom tne task ot attempting to Bourbon college. The No. 21 will heat 1 small room all winter with two tons of slack or lump I WILL ON defend its National course, and plead6 every day and Miss Merritt an early attractive with daliahs and roses. The the life of a Blue Grass agriculturalist coal. mat Hewing oe said about National af- day open a ofeas Janes win atculture in shower was quite a generous and many If this preparation for life as a Madison in ntawiail watch them grow. Tuesday, October 17, 1911 fairs, but in hk desperation leaps from The No. 49 er No. 21 will heat 2 or 3 small rooms all winter with 2 4 tons of useiui as wen as lovely guts were re County farmer prepares the children to the "frying pan into the fire" by talking thk city. ceived. Delicious reiresiiments were learn to live in other places and under at 10 slack or lump coal. o'clock a. m., on tho premises, of- IT PREVENTS aooui ataie issues instead ol .National Mrs. Harry M. Btauton and children served and many were tho good wishes other conditions, well and good ; but no ter at public sale a cood blue grass farm The No. 51 or No. 25 will heat 3 or 4 rooms all wintor with 3 tons or slack or ones. But here he even ducks and have been vkttter her parents in made for the bride to be. country school can or should prepare for containing 101 4 ocres. situated in 2Iad- lump coal. dodges, for though he wrote his State Lexington. ioi. joun u. uioson nas received a a cosmopolitan lite. is"n county, Ky., on the Boonesboro platform, it seems himself, in which he Tho No. 53 or No. 27 will heat 5 rooms all winter with 1 tons ot slack or lump Mrs. J. H. Toy and Mks Betsy Smith special invitation from his friend, Col. To be specific, an efficient school pike (this is the pike from Richmond to endorsed the ilkoa administration, he Toy will return te their home ut Mays- - Thomas D. Fister, of KuUtown. Pa.. -coal. . W inchest or), about o miles from ttich children should now states that thk endorsement was to vkit th 3 Kutztown Fair which began write, toteach the calculate to read, to mond, three miles Irom lied Mouse, a The No. 55 will heat a largo store or school room with C tons of slack or lump ville, Thursday. spell, to concerning nothing' but a joke inserted by way 01 on Monday. Among tho chief attract coal. For a church, less coalwill be required. Mrs. Howard Neale has returned from ions of tho fair will be tho presence of the actual lifo of the people This is station on the L, & N. railroad, and empty compliment amidst the other Will bum a ton less of hard csal than a hard coal baso burner of the same having been Gov Judson Harmon, of Ohio. Col first and most important. Education, within half a mile of a public school.and Indiana, jokes therein by the great Kentucky MartiBTiffe. should begin at home. Not two miles of two churches. 1 has a good like greatly benefited. wcsier. Fister is well romemberod in Rich- - only charity, tho school teach the chil frame seven-roosize and heat twice the space. house with excellent should Recognizing the almost impossibility and many other troubles Mrs. W. W. Watts and daughter Miss monu, naving visiicu Mr. uioson on FOR SALE BY subjects in close cistern, barn, buggy house, crib and tho of his ever getting to warm the govern Emma "Watts, returned Monday from a several occasions, and it was through dren all with traditional it should train the other outbuildings. The land is all lifo, but contact his influence that Governor Harmon children in the major activities of the good bluegrass land and is all in grass, or's oh air en his own merits and by the delightful trip abroad. ALL DRUGGISTS consented to visit the fair in which community. Tbis means manual train- - old or new, except 8 acres which was in aid of hk own party, he attempts to Mrs. W. E. Myers left yesterday for Uolonei catoh suckers from the Democratic and nsler always takes ureat inc. asnculture, domestic science, etc corn this year. The farm is well water visit te her daughter. Mrs. A. II ueiignu During ms visit to tnis city Independent voters by stressing hk tem The 2nd Street Hardware Store ed and fenced. In short, tho efficient school Colonel Fister mado many friends here teach tho child what he needs to should peraaee views as if he were the only Vance, in Somerset. knv, At the same time then will bo a sale chance to save our State from the degMiss Sue Sorivner. ef Winchester. and memory has held him in fond and which theout-of-schoenvironment of the personalty owned by tho under radation ef intemperance. visftad her father. Mr. Morten Scriv esteem, though quite a number of years can not or will not teach him. signed and by Robert O, AYhite, tho ten nave passed since his visit to Richmond. On the other hand, the Democratic ner and family, over Sunday. ant As Supervisor of Rural Schools, wilh good consisting of one pair of mules; one Mtss Key McGarvey and Mr. F. L Jersey milch cow; one Jersey heifer party presents for the suffrages of an inMr. S. L. Co mot, of Ileal tyviue, was 1 Crallt wore quietly married Wednes your permission, have tried to impress calf; ono carriage; one corn planter; one telligeut people a man "tried and true" in the city Thursday and paid this those ideas upon your teachers. Fur- disc harrow; two double shovel plows; day afternoon at 5 o'clock at tho home I have tried to make plain to them of tho brides grandparents, President ther,now recognized fact that no school, ihreo sots plow gear; one cider press; one e wagon; one dump catt; one and Mrs. J. W. McGarvey, In Fayette the only tries to teach the traditional that Park, only tho immediate family being course ueaa, memorizing way, coal oil tank, etc., together with jhe present The ceremony was preformed can lay in the any claim to efficiency. They household and kitchen furniture. by Mr. McGarvey and the bride and TERMS One third cash with remain in tho balance of bridegroom left that night for Boston, have been weighedfound wanting. This ler in ono and two years with six (0) per public opinion and NEW- where they will spend the winter. The is proven lack of interest in the cent miorest, secured oy a lien retained bride is the daughter of the late J. W schools and in the unspeakable school on the land. McGarvey, Jr., and otan extremely aU For further information apply to everywhere in tho state. tractive and winniug personality; she is houses E. 8. JOUETT, Trustee. past week and in a pre During the a violinist of unusual ability and has just returned from a tour through the vious week, 1 visited many or your Winchester, Ky Western States with a prominent con schools and was greatly pleased with :art company. Mr. Cratft has held the much I found in them. I shall speak f chair of Greek and Latin at the Wil three schools only, but I desire to state liam Woods College, Fulton, Mo., at distinctly that the fact that I mention which placo he met Miss McGarvey only three schools must not be construed The wedding was very quiet and simple, as a criticism oi oilier sciioois. jor as the brido is in mourning for her must the fact that I mention different father. Thy are both attractive and things in tho three schools be understood very popular and have good wishes of to mean that they do not exist in the As Administrators of tho estate of W. their friends for much joy and hap- other schools. I cannot describe ?11 the Ralston, we will sell at ton o'clock a, piness. Lexington Lsader. The brido schools visited, nor all the good things m on is well remombered here where she in any school. . Let aU take advantage of the free trip. resided during the time her fathor was We refund your railroad fare. loacl Oct. 26, 1911, MISS NOLAND'S SCHOOL SPEED president of Madison Institute. Extraordiaary Fall showing this year- Every merchant his a bran new stock.-f WELL. Mrs. Jane Whitaker was honored with three miles south of Paint Lick, on Xcelient opportunity to see new styles: a surprise party Sunday at her home at Lexington Trots are bigger than? ever. Environment When this teacher Paint Lick and White Lick pike, the Newby it being her 78th birthday. took (Jail on your Lexington friends. : Intention is good but doing is better come drilL wero 101 people present Mrs. ment charge of this school tho environ following real estate and personal pro There was unattractive. Now it is home- perty: was at church Tand . returning whitaker . . Not a dull moment if you come. .One hundred stores in which to lErade. . . . beauty. The vard Is like and a thing nome iouna mo crown assemoieu with fenced, large, of grassed 91 Acres Good Biu-- e grass woll and clean. Greatest market in Central Kentucky. good shows the theatre!.. Jvlany well filled baskets and in addition she Land was the recipient of many nice presents Upon it there is a croquet ground and a ""EJ'vory dollar spent counts for yd&. Trots.are greatest racing event in world. Among the guests present wero: Elvada tennis court. A hammock swings be y resi Mrs. Nora Whitaker tween trees and beds of beautiful flowers pn which there is a nice Tudor and family, Our points of interest are worth seeing. Treat yourself to a royal good tiine. and daughter, Alva hitaker and wife, are In front of the house. Within the dence, containing six rooms, new barn house everything is clean and in order. and outbuildings. School house con Never was such an opportunity presented. Sat whitaker and wife. Mrs. Ruth Good pictures are on tho walls, tho stove venient. All this land is in grass with Only good goods in Lexington stjires. V hitaker and family, Mrs. Linda How is nicely polished and n. wash basin and tho exception of 15 acres for corn. This ard and children, Mr. Olarr, Aps Tudor and family, Sim Tudor and wife, Robt clean towels aro in the rear of the room. property is woll watered and is an ideal Tudor and wife, Nat Cotton and Son. The windows are covered with nice cur homo. Tne following stock will be sold Roy Beasley and children, Mrs. Be'inda tains, made and laundered by the girly, at samo time and place: Two brood mares; 1 sad Hill, Miss Lizzie Walker. Milo Walker The singing was pleasing, the order ex happy and in dle mare; !i suckling mules; 1 .and family, Thomas Aill and family. Cy cellent, and the children terested. Such an environment is highly old mulo colt; 2 'aged mules; 10hedl xurner ana lamny. uouroon xurner and family, Wm. Taylor and family, Mrs. educative, and the success in this school hogs', 23 head of cattle, consisting of I proves that a teacher can create an en steer? and heifers. Farming impients with Doll Sanders and child. Jpsio Tavlor. consisting ot wagons, narrows, plows, Bertha Hamm. Rebt Grigss. David vironment. OjASs Wobk The third grade was re binders, wheat drill, rakes and coral fahort and family, Mrs. Ueathman, Geo. bi will west and wife, John Hill and wife. citing a lesson in a supplementary read planter. Terms will bo made known on Amanda Burris, Emmelt Long, John er Robinson Crusoe, and tho work in day of sale. Heathman, Merit Heathman and Nelson reading was good. J. T. Ralston & Bros. RAILROAD FAIL Tckpboae 33 Main Street, West Prewitt All reported a delightful time Hjlndwork There are four boys In Administrators . the day will long be remembered Manual Training class : Huxh TV dd. and George Parfr, Smith Park, and Willie 18-by those present. Paint Lick, SUIT OPENING of one of the smartest lines out of New Don't to Respectfully yours, I. W. Barnott has returned where she visited her C, W.Patos. y upon your more request if Jouaronot entirely satisfied. Rexall Ordorlies are eaten like candy, are very pleasant to the taste, do not gripe, causa nausea, or any other annoyance usually experienced when ordinary cathartics are used. Rexall Orderlies have a positivo regulative cfTect upon the bowels and tend tcno to provido pormanent relief from Constipation and tho myriad of associate ailments. Besides, they help to overcome the necessity of tho constant use of laxatives to keep tho bowels in normal condition. We honestly believe there is no similar medicine so good as Rexall Orderlies, especially for children, aged or dolicate people. They are prepared in convenient tablot form in three sizes of packages. Prices, 10c, 25c, and 50c Why not try them at our risk on our guar- BROOKSTOWN. In addition to many excellent features menfloned In connection with Miss 's school, the following were somewhat distinctive ; The school yard is a beauty; a large flag floats from a pole surmounting tho building; the house is newly painted. Miss Boudinot has graded hor school completely in tho 1st, 2d, 3d, 5th and 7th grades. One of her language classes was studying hemp, and another, Tennyson a good combination the vocational and the cultural. The sewing of tho girls was especially No-land- miss BoqpiNors school $12.75 A WHOLE ROOM FUIX OF FURNITURE Arm Chair, Rocker, Reception Chiar and Library Table $12.75 OWEN McK EE 0 OPENING. 5hov W. F. HIGGINS, A Dollar a Week will do. RICHMOND, KENTUCKY. A Can You Tell Me -- The Richmond Climax. Si Bluegrass Real Estate Company, oom-ploto- d GfeBSng Richmond, Ky s' W. O. PARK, B. Juett & Son ast Con-gloto- THE ZENITH OF STOVE PERFECTION ht tt fire-keepi- ng Cornwall-on-the-Hundso- n, It ht PERSONALS l Scott's Emulsion Blue Grass Sale the Florence operated to directions: 3-- food-medici- ne 3-- Croup Whooping Cough Bronchitis Loss of Flesh DOUGLAS, 5IMMON5 & DEATHLRAGL 11-- 15 ol two-hors- f JF-R-E- -E THE by-th- o Kentucky Disc Drills "WeJJiave just! "received a car of Kentucky Disc Drills. Before buying call and let us Only force show you this feed drill on the market. Runs alike up hill and down when the hopper is full or almost empty. & PUBLIC SALE to Excursion DURING 1 lliAlfN Lx to U1N TROTS October 14 October 3 v Thursday, at two-stor- V ld two-yea- r- How to get youil railroad fare Refunded! DON'T TO SHOW YOUR TICKET 0. B. Shackeleford 5 Co. Show your return ticket to any Lexington Merchant whose windows are decorated present you with a'refund of fare check book red cards and he the 3t Betsy's Pointers have never seeji a woman with good sense but w had beauty enough to make herself highly agreeable.; If you wish, fcfsee faces lightup wjfch "I Men arm The Richmond Climax. County mumo mat wtmomt it Live 5fock Irjspectors Warned. joy and satisfaction just drop in among the customers at Lackey & Todd Telephone 62 The Home of Low Prices and 5quare Dealing Opera House Building Dr. A. J. Payne, State Live Stock Inspector, is notifying all County Live THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO Stock Inspectors that they iqust certify to movements of sheep going Into other (Incorporated.)" t states intended for purposes other than A,, D. Miller Pres. and Mgr. Jmmediate slaughter. All sheep not intended for such purposes to bo shipped Wi Q. White into other states must be billed through "f Memfcar l Louisville or Covingtonand ihorodipped KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION under the supervision of a Federal In " spector who will certify to the interstate .1 EIGHTH DISTRICT PUEUSI'ERS LEAGUE. movement of such shoo p. A violation, of these rules by County TBICE YEAB Live Stock Inspectors is punishable b f 1.00. EEB IN ADVANCE a fine of from $100 to 3500 .nd the rule must be strictlyenforce by all County WEDNESDAY OCT 4 - - - 1911 Live Stock Inspectors. Are You a Woman TAKE f 3 1 S JCl Average Value of Land is Perfectly . SUITS : Young Men Now, that you are thinking of your fall suit and overcoat, suppose you drop into our store, and let us shoV you some of Adler's Collegian Clothes. The reputation of this make of clothes is without a peer. We have handled many but for style, fit, and wearing qualities, makes in the p-Adler's Collegian Clothes surpass them all. They cost you no more than ordinary makes. & & & & & st, Announcements $1450anAo'e. Kepre-64:ntotiv- Fitted VIGTOR SUITS" Made to special order only. Style," Fit and Material Guaranteed. 5ee Mrs. J. A. Moores, 226 Second 5t., In Richmond, y . J. S. the Heart of The Great Fruit and Truck Belt, where failures are unheard of, where thero is plenty of rain, where our farmers are in a prosperous condition, on account of beinc able to market monev nrodue- ing crops nine months of the year, whore grass will sustain two head of stock per acre, where there is a delightful climate and school facilities arc unsurpassed is wnere we are locaiea ana are locating many irom other sections ot-t- he country on farms where the price is reasonable and terms easy STAMPER, KENTUCKY. RICHMOND, THE 5TLGER LANE CO. Tyler. Texas. ADLER'S CLOTHES LOOK! For the new Meat Market and Groc- eryman. My meat market will be as good as can be; always ready with Fresh and Cured Meats and quick delivery Groceries in large quantities and the best that can be purchased. If you have never given us a part of your trade begin now. We guarantee to please. Yours for Fresh Goods, A TRAINING SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS. Courses leading to Elementary State Certificate, Intermediate State Certificate, Advanced State Certificate (this certificate becomes a Life Diploma). All these certificates are valid in all Public Schools in Kentucky. Special Courses, Review Courses. Tuition Fkbb to Appointees Two splendid Dormitories, New Moded Sohoool, Now Manual Training Building, Practice School, Students can enter to advantage at any time. Address J. C. ORAHBE, Pkesident. Richmond, Kbntvcet. Easteiw Kentucky State Noiwax., R. Emmett Million Successor to Uarpn & Denny Over State Bant & Trust Company TELEPHONE S$6 DENTIST To Cattle Dealers For grazing or feeding cattle call on place your orders with Pinnell-McMulle- T. 0. BROADDU Second Street Lands per acre are valued in Kontucky "FOR REPRESENTATIVE : from $3.31 to $30.07. The poorest land, TY We are 111lllinrlTffl in T HKKRINGTOrf ob a candidate for e of Madison county.subject to the according to its value, in Kentucky, is in Rowan county, and the highest priced ui,iiuii ui me democratic party. is in Fayette county. The values range FOR SHERIFF according to tho location, the poorest e authorized to announce ELMER DEATHERAGE o candidate for Sheriff of being in the eastern part of the state Madison county, subject to the action of and the richest land being in the central Dmcocratlc party TVT5S,a,"tl'or,zd,to announce JOIIN E. and western part of the state. a candidate for of Mad. Tho total value of all land inJKen-tuck- y inon county, subject to the Sheriff of the action Iieiiiocrutlc party. for taxation is 3351,55o.GlS, and ,TjX?ccre ""M'orized to announce N. B. the total number of acres 24,223.033. 'JPJvES a candidate for Sheriff of Madison making an average value of lar-- d por county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. acre 814.50. authorized to announce COLDER a candidate for Sheriff of II. II.i Madl-sotBiliousness county, subject to the action of the dition of the is duo to a disordered constomach. Chamberlain's Jjemocrahc party. Tablets aro essentially a stomach mediauthorized announce cine, intended especially to act on that VAN JJBNTfbN" a candidate fSheri.! uuiiiy. suujcet to .the action organ; to cleanse it, strengthen it, tone of ; Democratic party. the and invigorato it, to regulate tho liver and to banish biliousness positively and FOR COUNTV ATTORNEY or sale by Stockton & Sen eiiectuauy. We an authorized to announce R. II. V4 U Worse than the Drouth. nutjiject tn the action of the Democratic The Blue Grass Clipper says: Tho SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENCE rains have dono much more injury to Ihe tobacco crop than did the drouth wo MIX iSV&.'P.'VXH,10 n announce HENIA EDWARDS, candidate for Superintendent Of Public Srlinnln nf Mfirilcnn passed through this summer. With a county, subject to the action of the Denio- - hard shower nearly every day just at Ve :nre authorized to announce Win. S. cutting time it has been almost impos iirocK a candidate for Superintendent of sible to get the crop cut and housed in npl'C Schools of Madison County, sub good condition. The wet days of this iu wie net ion ot tne Democratic party month have meant a loss of thousands Wonrftiiiitiw;.! Harvoy II. Brock a candidate for Super- dollars to tho growers of tobacco. imt'uuuni 01 ruonc schools, subject to tho action of the Democratic party. Take Your Common Colds Seriously. FOR JAILER Common colds, sevoro and frequent. We are authorized to announce MORGAN TAILOR a candidate for Jailerof Madison lay tho foundation of chronic diseased county, subject to the action of the Dcruo- - conditions of the nose and throat, and uuuc puny. may develop into bronchitis, pneumonia We are authorized to announce Clyde and consumption. or all coughs and KAYbuiui a candidate for Jailer of Mad colds in childron and in grown persons county, subject to the action of the take Foley's Honey and Tar Compound ison democratic party. promptly. After exposure, and when you feel .a cold coming on, tako Foloy's FOR ASSESSOR Honey and Tar Compound. ' It checks We are authorized to announce GEORGE and relieves Use no snbstitute. The JiULAM) a candidate for Assessor of genuine in a yellow package always. .lauison county subject to the action of btockton & bon. iiie ucuiocrauc party. We Ore authorized in nnnnnnr. TV W Automobiles Painted. JARMAN a candidate for Assessor ot MadI ison county, subject to the action of the At my shop on Third bt. 1 am pre jucmucruiic pany ..e,?.'S2uthorized to announce RUFUS pared to paint and trim Automobiles, JENKINS a candidate for Assessor of Carriages, Buggies and Vehicles of all Madison county subject to the action of the kinds. I have a painter of long ex perience and who understands his FOR COUNTY CLERK We are authorized to announce LaRueC. business. Prices as low as consistent House a candidate for County Clerk fo with first class work. Give me a trial county suDject to tlie action ucinocrauc party Horse shoeing, Blacksmithing and repairing in all branchos. T T I 4n. I prvre mtv fnrtvnTT James & aioores -. You are not experimenting on your-We are authorized to nnnnnncn Evekett Beiirv as a candidntn for I self when you take Chamberlain's Cough Councilman, subject to tho action of Remedy for a cold, as that preparation I iias won lis great uemocrauc nartv. reputation arm oxien e are authorized, to announnn T T I sivesaieDrusremarKaoiecuresoicoias.ri r .i j uu . auu lau ainajs v ucucuucu uuuu. lb ... . . .. canaiaaie ior council- - js equally valuable for adults and chil- w mo action or the Demo- - dren and maybe given to young children uiau, buojcct cratio party. with imT)iicir confidence as it contains Wo are authorized tn nnnnun Tit.t no harmful drug. For sale by Stockton bon. b. Iodd as a candidate for Councilman. annin ARD The Woman's j3 PUBLIC t EE T. ON APPLICATION ..K" a T. TODD Builder FURNISHED 5 Having sold my farm and decided to move to town, I will, on Contractor and y ESTIMATES Thursday, October 19,1911, offer for sale on the premises, one mil from town, the following personalty, to-w- it: o- x.f 2 2 1 mare mules; mare mules; 9 young Jersey cows, 4 of them frosli; 3 bred Jersey heifers; 5 sows and pigs; 2 wagons, nearly new; 2 sweep hayracks; 14-fo- ot Jersey bull; 6 Shop in Rear oi McKee Building: 9 Telephone 467 Richmond, Ky -- Deering binder 2 Deering rcoweigr 3 Oliver chilled breaking plows; 2 Brown cultivators: 1 Cutaway dischar.ow.the finest made; d uouoio snovei plows; 1 9 9 1 fertilizing 1 1 1 check-rowin- g Power 25-fo- t 1 So many of the ills of women are due to habitual constipation, probably because ot their lalse modesty on the subject, that their attention cannot be too strongly called to the importance of keeping the bowels open. It is always important to do that, regardless of the sex, but it is especially important in women. At the same time and place, I will From the time the girl begifis to menstruate until mentsruation ceases SELL 25 ACRES OF CORN. she has always vastly .better prospects A splendid crop, to bo judged in the of coming through healthy if she watches her bowel movements. If you shock rtovember 1. find yourself constipated, with bad breath, pimply complexion, headaches, Be sure and come; I have something belching gas and other symptoms you need. of indigestion and constipation, take Terms made known on day of sale a small dose of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup shredder; 1 corn crusher: Small tools of all kinds and character; Lot oi work Harness; A great many desirable articles in Household and Kitchen Furniture And other things too numerous to mention. (will shell a car load of corn a day) ; line shaft and a lot of pulleys; pneumatic lorgc ana anvil ; two-roDeering and corn-shellll corn-husker wheat drill; corn planter; MILD, GENTLE LAXATIVE FOR WOMEN GIVEN FREE Pepsin. It is woman's favorite laxative. You will find that you can do away with salts, strong cathartic-,- , etc., which are entirely wmuted to woman's rcqviresncats. Xrs. Katberine Haberatrok of McKee Rocks, Pa., and Mrs. A. E. Her-rie- k of Wheeler, Mick, who was almost parslyxed in her stomach and bowels, are now cared by the use of this remedy. A free sample bottle can be obtained by addressing Dr Caldwell, and after yoti are convinced of. its merits k of vnur drumnst at fifty cents and one dollar a bottle. For the free sample address Dr. W B. Caldwell. 402 Caldwell boilding, Montkello, III. br every gem in cur tine colleci e are authorized to announce? W. T I Ro manv nntninpes for Rfinrfisfintntivn ... . .. uugun a canuiaato ior uouncilman to Ii nA Rtr.o Je.nitnF bvn ;,icto,i un tion of jewels is, and their rich 1)- : rnnrocon tl,n t i. t Live Stock Commission Co. jeot uniHL to tho action of tho Tmnrmtir. w,lu lu0 creiury oi aiiu uioir cerim ADMINISTRATOR S SALE color and brilliancy and que and exquisite petting cates of nomination that the Secretary primary. DENTIST Kansas City Stock Yards Wo are authorized to annmmr. Unht has Mked lh0 Attorney General for an make them fit gifts for a Goldon a candidate for Councilman to opinion on tho subject. The Attorney Lick, v ouroiui selection lor what you want represent University Procinor, subject General says certificates of nomination Of high class saddle horses, other stock, Queen. We have everything Crown, Bridgo and Inlay work a will bo made by our W. O. Park who iu mo action oi me Democratic primary or patitions to get on the ballot for Rep- - crops, farming implements, etc, belong that is new and novel in pins, Specialty. iias uaa 43 .years experience in flllin . L. ing to tho estate ot the lata Dr. iV O aro authorized to annnnnnn V. TT I rnsnnfatiwn nr Sftnntnr tnnsl'hn filorl Tuiit Hockaday, to be sold at the farm hear rings, ear screws and drops ordors on this market. Please address Office in Bapk Building. an communications lo" .councilman to the County Clerk of the county or coun White s station, Ky., on , at prices that are remarkable Mr- - Farmer Slake your liorue as modem for your family as a city ties composing the district, and the Sec tho action of tho Democratic primary, Taxes Due. W. for their low figure retary of State is not required to certify 1911 IS, and place yourself in a position to get the latest market quotations at We Your taxes for tho year 1011 are now to Kansas City Stock Yards Lioriscnare authorized for announce Emil such nominations to the County Clerks a candidato ny time. This can be accomplished by means of our telephone service, when in my hands for collection. Councilman to Como dec 1 represent tast End Precinct, subject to beginning at 9:30 o'clock a.m., promptly, you and your neighbor can get for a sum that is small compared with the ben- inearly and avoid the - rush, as well as to tuo action or the Democratic primary we will offer at publio sale some thorsaving the penalty, by prompt payment. efits received. Call or address oar nearest office or write direct to headquarters oughbred Shorthorn cows, with calves; We are authorized to announce War 4arryM Blanton, D. A. McCord. Sheriff. 1 Registered White Shorthorn bul a Notice of Election. Nashville, Tennessee, for information regarding our special "Farmers" Lines ren Kennedy a candidate for Councilman No.l good miloh cow; 3 extra good Farm-vort- h to represent University Precinct, sub rate If at present you are not enjoying telephone service, we can immediately DENTIST ject to the action of tho Democratic prisows, eligible to registration' and flrOffico In Bennett llaisum?. anterestyou, Onr lines cover the States ol Kentucky Tennessee, Mississipp proven breeders; 2 Farmworth boars; 0 . C. Reed and Others, ) "nly 186 - NOTICE. Louisiana and the Southern portion of Indiana and Illinois. head of aged mules; 14 head of shoats, On v o are authorized to announce John (if not sold before sale); a small bunch J Petition. ord- Are the largest h.. a Notice is hereby given that thero will of stock sheep; a lot of corn; farming AST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE CO., Incorporated GREENLEAF & HERRINGTON to boxton candidate for Councilman represent Universitv Precinct, sub tools, and other things too numerous to be held ier buyers ot cattle, hogs,-sheep- , ject to the action of tho Democratic pri Novemberby the officers of tho regular mention. election on Lawyers mary. lambs, and calves at the Cin At 1:30 o'clock p. m., promptly, on How Bill Ledford sells goods so cheap, When NOVEMBER 7, 1011, Office ihJDouglas & Simmons' now FOR CITY ATTORNEY tho same day, we will offer to the highUnion Stock Yards. cinnati in town don't fail to see the new Building on Second Street Wfl am nilftlrtrtnl ir nnnniinnn TTTTTJ an election submitting to tho voters of est bidder, about 31 head of high-clas- s Consien your stock to them RAY SMITH a candidate for City At- - toxtown MSlsterlal district, No. 3, tho saddle horses, consisting of brood mares opEf Court House . tornoy of Richmond, subioct to the action question whether or not cattle or any and colts, yearlings, two and three year and receive the highest market THEN your residences a id store buildings need I species thereof shall be allowed to run at oldsfand horses suitable for farm work. of tho Democratic party .. n -- ..Ml. : .1 I Inwnn .1 .. I prices. .1:..' , mikD uu uiu yuuiiu imu;i iu aatu uiaitiuu These horses aro a grand lot of Individ We are authorized to announce n. M. I rrn hv nnlop nf Mnrt this Qmonh any to painted and papered, or decorated in uals. and represent the best blooded Opposite Elder's. We are headquarters for 3, Maad IB mm Mtis. For uumiauui u. cauuiuaiQ ior Uliy At-- 14, 1011. horses to be found anywhere. Catalogues torney, subject to the action of tho Dem 5 cents you oan buy many items that ordinarily sell for a Hm. FW M R. B. TERRILL, Attest: of horsos ready 0otober2, and if you fail waj, see me about it, as am prepared to do all kinds of ATTOKNB YAT-Iul, 14-ocratic party. Clerk Madison Co. Court. cents you get values worth up to a quarter. We have vnrvthiM; in to get one, write Ior it. TO INSURE YOUR illOHMOND, Any one desiring to see horses before Enameled Ware, Tinware, Imported China, OJaaswara, Womieawniei, KENTUCKY. -and HOUSE WITH day of sale, will be welcomed to the Brushes. Cutlery, etc., and every priee marked hi plain Hgniea. Duy yonr tfice over State Bank & Trust Co., op Ifoley's Kidney Remedy vs. a farm; and for any further inrormation, household goods here and SAVE MONKY Hopeless Case. Address iosite uourt House, on Main Street. Hon, Ark. J. E. Freeman says: "Iliad J. 5. HOCKADAY, a sevoro caso of kidnoy troublo and OF could not work and my case seemed will use nothing in the way of materials on your AT ONCE Or, A. K. DOTY, Admr hopoloss. I used several well known work except such as invite you to inspect at all times kidnoy remodios, and had the services Of DR. W. L. HOCKADAY, THAN TO WAIT UNTIL IT will Also, before being applied to your house, of a doctor, all of which gavo me no ro BEREA, KY. BURNS AND WISH The undersigned, will sell publicly, to R.D.No.l. bottlo appreciate a share of your patronage, and promise you Will buy or sellyour house, ller, tine largemo and or Foley's Kidney tne highest ana best bidder, on PHONE BEREA 13S 3 YOU HAD Remedy cured 239 W. Main Street, McCann Building I have never been in return for same bonest work and materials. bothered since, i iarm town lots or any thing ed to my frionds have also recommend October 7, 1911, Very respectfully yours, it Don't trifle with a advice else m the. Real Estate line same good results."who all received the commencing promptly at 10 o'clock a. for prudent men and cold is good may Sjockton & Son. women. It be m., the following property, t: ATiy .Dusmess-intrustevital In case or a child. There is notli to land, situated Cough him will be promptly and Money to Loan on Good Farm in 160 acres fine Bluegraisthe Four Mile ing hottertorthan Chamberlain's In chil Madison county, on SURVEYOR Kemedy coughs and coins Lands. turnpike, about 1 milo from the Court drcn. It is safe careiully attended to. See Tho Northwestern Mutual Life In House, known as the Noble farm and StocKton & bon. and sure. For sale by solicngo of those its patronnecding ser Co., will loan money at 5 per formorly as tho Joe Chonault farm him if his services arerineed surance We have enlarged our warehouse and can ban-di- e Ky Third vices of-- competent man. Address, cent interest on good improved farm On said farm is situated a nice frame all the Tallow, Wool, Rags, Bones, Gined. ". 'RICHMOND, KENTUCKY. lands on Mortp'e. residence of 7 rooms, halls, porches, etc.. seng and Feathers that you bring. Re w emcistern, outhouses, good stock barn, and Apply to J. C. Ohenanlt, Atty. We represent iron bound is well fenced and well watered. One of Richmond, Ky. ber we pay the highest prices. We buy Hides Insurance Companies re: the best ponds anywhere; had plenty of Rubber and all kinds of metals and scrap iron. Dan' Brock, fire, lightning, cyclone water alter the extended, drouth. member this. Bring what you have S4id land will be divided into separate and live stock insurance. tf parcois, and win oe sold in nve. ten, I HAVE FOR SALB TFIB twonty, forty and tracts, WHY SO WEAK? Best Braces for fences, Water Tanks, etc., and any kinds o Dahlman, "Cowboy" making About fifteeneighty acreall. with Jas. parcels in Iiecauso dollar for dollar wo da Repairs for all kinds of Machinery. to sell Mayor of Omaha, "I hrows tho rightor as a any one or more of them together whole, the bid or bids KidneyJTroubles Maybe Sap not believe there is anything else the "Lariat. bringing the most money will be ac ping your Away. Mayor Jas. 0. Dahlman is of an inter cepted. on earth that brings, the sat Richmond People Have Now is the time and chance to get you esting and impressive personality. Start pleasure as a home. And again, RICHMOND ing his career as a cowbov, he is at Dres- - a home, any size you uasire. The land Phone 363 KENTUCKY Learned This Fact ant Mayor of Omaha, and has the follow is rich, lays well, raises good hemp, to iy investing ngtt here m yeur When a healthy man or woman begins ing record to his credit: bhentrof Dawes bacco, corn and bluegrass, in fact, it J, B. Stoutfer has reopened a firstclass shop. Suits made to run down without apparent cause, be Co., Neb., three terms; Mayor of Chad- - will raise anything you d sire to put it in. home community you aro dealing It is close to one or tho best towns in comes weak, languid, depressed, suffers ron, two terms; Democratic National - 'tq'order in values you understand and with "Over made at home by experiened Tailors. Central Kentucky, which has located in Committeeman eight years: backache, headache, dizzy spells and Omaha, six years, and in 1910 Mayor of it, il iuu uesi, 3CHUU13 iu t)'u ouuu, namepeople you know; hence thi risk candidate urinary disorders, kidney weakness may for Governor of Nebraska. Writing to ly, the Eastern Kentucky State Normal , Jf000;samples to select from. Cleaning and Pressing by of loss is completely eliminated. oo tiio cause of it all. Keep tho kidneys Foloy & Co., Chicago, ha says: '! have School, Madison Female Institute, and taken Foley Kidney Pills and they have one of best public schoo anywhere. What you dont know about lumbailors. wfill and they will keep you well. Doan's it is our judgment that when the Lord given mo- Kldnoy Pills mako sick kidneys woll. checrruiiy a great deal of relief, sol crestod this earth,. He made about 21 ber wo ara here to toll you and recommend them. George MarischenCutter Can Richmond readers demand further lours truly, (signed) Jas. c. DinLirAV counties in Central Kentxcky, of which we may be able to help you avoid is we' claim Madison county to be one of btockton & Son, proof than tho following statomont: many of the mistakes that are fre the best the garden spot of the world. Elbridgo G. Evans, Depot St., Nich- Why should you go nest to seek a Fire, Life, Accident and Health Insur quently mado in tho selection of olasvillc, Ky., says: "Judging from my home in ono is Teleanco. The vory best old line Companie crop onlya evorycrop" State, and then a lumber uiisuited for different purthree fears, when Old experience with Doan's Kidney Pills, 1 , Wm. S. Broaddus, Agt. Kentucky will raiso whuat, corn, hemp can say that thpy aro an oxcellent rem poses. Some lumber fer 0. K. for field tobacco, oats, barley, ione and all of edy and one that lives up to tho claims- uses and outsido a cent evory yeiir. and is Lame of the most is in maaeiont. 1 sutiorea from a severe forms ofback is onerheumatism. common them each and and stock raising one of muscular A few finest grazing States for interior finish, and.vlco versa. attack of kidney trouble for somo time. applications of the Union? Try back acned intensely and I had sore-- . will give relief. Chamberlain's Liniment in Ono acre of Kentucky bluegrass, Wo know: just what is best foe For sale by Stockton & clov across my indnevs that made it er, or timothy, will produce more pounds will ajcus- hard for mo to move about. Sly bladder son. most purposes and have it in stock of beef or pork than wiljtan acre of land seemed to be affectod and tho kidney SoeW. W. Broaddus & Co. for all in any other State in tha Union. Coma to show you. Drop in and let's : : secretions wore too frequent in passage. : and look at this fariai before tho j at iimes, wniio at otners uioro was a kinds of storage. talk it over day of sale. We will to jrlad to show complete retention. I at length began buy using Doan's Kidney Pills and their bon- If you aro going to have a party have you. And make up your mind tohsppya V eficial effect was noticeable from tho !Ricci makQ your brick cream in that Bluegrass farm and live and die "Tkre's N Place Like In I was soon completely cured and "delicious manner. tf tkrxs v err liberal aaa raaae Known that reason 1 am glad, to give this cay pr sle. remedy my endorsement." Tho best plaster. A piece of flannel on Don't forget (he date,1 Saturday, Oct. Todd-Edwar- ds jj or sale by all. dealers. Priee 50 cents. dampened with Chamberlain's Liniment SafiCeesor to Tate Sb Son Co., Buffalo, New York, and bound on over the affected parts is ?, 1911, sole agents lor the United Slates, superior to a piaster sad costs only one- Main Biuegrau Reiil Estate Co. Remember the name Doan's and itenth as much. For saje by Stockton & COBB, SJmmu JESSE take no other. i Telephone 39 J reE-den- party. . i ne rroper riemoa Joe S. Boggs. Long Tom Chonault, Auctioneer. A Rare Beauty n I. PATRICK 1 Paint Kentucky Rural Telephones Y ,7'" v,?r,Vor O. PARK WEMl W, F. J. YEAGER S-- tf G C Sale & all-around Co. - IEj-PflO- The Wonder of the Age 5, 10 and 25 cent Store J- TT I Fainting, Decorating Paper Hanging. I W. ... 1 S. Morris. D, R Freeman I Public Sale Fine Bluegrass Farm etc I James & Hunley d 5, 10 and 25c Store W. L. LEEDS H. e. DOTY, a Big Prices For Hides 5treet Richmond, 0-- 9t Judiciously Spent Money is C That Put Into Homes New Tailoring Shop Life M. WIDES BEAR IN MIND That our grocery one of the most complete to be found anywhece, and unsurpassed. our service phone your order. Our stock of seeds the best the county. We guarantee them. us with an always be order and'you tomer. Also large line of ready made Clothing, Hats, and Furnishing Goods at reduced: price. t-f- not-wort- h J. B. STOUFER. lf i - Ink." D. B. McKinney 'oster-Milbu- Lumber Co, Telephone 35 Street Circumstances Alter Case W. D. OLDHAM and CO. A. PULL OFF THEY BEGIN THE FALL SEASON WITH THE MOST NEW STUNT STUPENDOUS SALE! Ever Held in Richmond Circumstances Alter Our buyers wen to market with the intention of buying just as few goods as possible to complete our fall stock, but when they reached the markets they found that a great many merchants all over the country had been countermanding goods of all kinds on account of die drouth in their vicinities, and the mills and factorias had such immense quantities of goods piled up on their hands on account of these countermands that they gladly snapped up our offer for them in big lots for cash down. And as our buyers are always on the for good things for our customers, bout so many of the big lots of seasonable new merchandise, it forces us to open our fall season with the biggest and best sale of new merchan- YE S , of our career did we ever open the season with a sale of all new merchandise in every department. Never before have you had the opporup-to-date NEVER in the history tunity to buy new stuff right when you need it at prices even lower than many houses quote at the end of the season Remember this is a sale of 5pot Cash Goods for Spot Cash We don't do anything halfway. We don't advertise a sale and not have it. You will be shown 1he biggest stock of of new goods that you ever had the opportunity to see and at prices that will unlose the draw strings of many a pocket book You can't hold on to your money a-l- ert up-to-d- ate when you see the dise ever before offered in this city d & g g & qggs! ' x I V 1S W "mW 1 BIG BARGAINS we are naming during this sale. f Sale Begins Saturday, October 7th, and Closes Saturday, October 21st You Can Buy 111 I Jill Cottons and Linens and domestics at wholesale prices or at prices the smaller stores have to pay for them Good unbleached Muslin, full 36 inches wide, usually sold at tZr 7 I -- 2c per yard, our price "HHMMMHMM Lace Curtains New lot of Lace Curtains Just received from the mill Beautiful copies of Irish Points, Brussels, Cluny. Marie Antoinette and Filet Lacos. All made double twisted thread with patent over-loc- k edges. If there is a place in your home for Cus'ains now is the time to buy them. 2 3 and 3 yards long and 45 to CO inches wide. We are naming prices on this magnificent line of Lace Curtains for cheaper than you can 2, 2, Shoes For Men Yea os.& buy them during For Women Shoes For Children wide, no dressing, regular Z 8 I -- 3c value, our sale price Good bleached Muslin, full yard A Flyer in Small Wares and Notions this sale and save enough money to buy many useful things during the cold weather this winter. Our entire now tteek at Wm. Kneeland's fine Shoes for men, Queen Quuallty fino Shoes tor We&ieA, Olapp &. Tapley's celebrated lino of misses and children's Shees all ge ia tbls sale at greatly reduced prices. Besides we will have great raeks foK of aH kinds of Shoes, all good, tit less than half price. Dea't miss them. The burgains you will see in Ribbons will alone pay you for your visit. Perain Hair Ribbon, 5 inches wide, all pure silk, regular 25c value- - Ribbon Sale price this sale at 50 whole bolts of Lonsdale Bleach Cotton will be sold during 73 4C 25 whole bolts Pepperel Bleach Sheeting, J 4 wide, will be sold at per yard 0-1- ZC -3 Kirby Beards English Hair Pins, in in stright 1 and crimped styles, per paper C . Jet head Mourning Pins, 6 boxes for 5c A large cube of white and blue Jace Pins, rep- - C-u- lar 10c value, sale price 1. Honeycomb Wash Rags, 3 for 10c expect. Don't fail to see them i Colored Draperies atjl Plain No.ts during this sale 11 10c yard Nice, wide, all silk ribbon, 5c per yard Standard Apron Ginghams usually sold at 7 and 8 T our price during this sale -2 1- X This sale opens promptly at 8 o'clock Saturday morning, October 7th, and closes Saturday night, October21st, at 10 o'clock ::::::::: r . Look all over the house bargains for you everywhere 10,000 yards of the very best Calicoes, all colors, black, gray, indigo, blues, shirting prints, reds etc., all the very bes brands will be sold during this sale right off the bolt at per yard White Cotton Tape, all widths, lc Good Pearl Buttons, regular 5c per card,, sale price 2c Ladies satin back extra strong Elastic Sup--, porters, regular 50c sellers, sale price OC Sanitary D.inking Cups, Ic Sanitary Hair Nets, the best, 5c : at almost half prico. the regular One lot ladies' Short in beautiful patterns. Sale prico 23 cents Long made out of beautiful Krinkle Cloth, in solid colors, Pink, light blue, lavender and red. boautitully trimmed; regular 82 values. Sale price One lot ladies' Ar 500 dozen nice cambric hemstitched Handkerchiefs, well worth from 8 to 10c each, will be f f C CaCH sold during this sale at 12c dozen or All New Merchandise at Mighty Low Prices 98 cents .?ne - f "tra raii1 "o-- " Duck!n& fleoced v- W. . n - muMj. uur&aie price Kimonas in new 98c SandllrgS " """wuaa, ma Kinu you aay 35 for gathered' W. D. Oldham and Company RICHMOND'S ORTCAmracirr rr-k- T I When You Add something each year that will make your home more comfortable. It is difficult for most of us to buy large quantities of house furnishings at one time You will be surprised, though, how rapidly j'our home becomes attractive with, new things, "if you follow this plan of adding something! new every 'sswsssCssBssssssssj!ss3 GET FIRST PICK OF THE NEW Kail Suits SPEEDWELL SHOES THE BETTER KIND. We strive always for something better for our our trade, and Speedwell Shoes are the result of our efforts for better footwear. We earnestly believe they are the best ever sold in Richmond for the price. They combine good looks with quality in the highest degree. We show them in fine patent leathers, tans and gun metals, both in button and lace for dress-u- p wear; f and some special L.alt skin stock tor extra hard outdoor g All they ask is a trial. long-weari- ng a ? spring. The longer we are in the clothing buiriess, the more we are. impressed with the fact that ihe best suits sell first The most artistic patterns, the richest Try It A Splendid Stock of New Up-to-Date ' Furniture, Mattings, and Rugs Ready for your selection now. colorings, the best fabrics, are invariably selected by early buyers. Early buyers also get the advantage of the styles while newest, as well as a full season's wear out of their suits. For these reasons, we ask you to come as early as convenient and let us show you the new Fall and Winter Styles in .aaal a a - as a a service. r. aa at a7 Price, $3.50 and $4.00 KENTON SUITS. BENNETT and UNDER $100 Reward, $100 a r. M&en H I GG G H S AK IN That good ico cream at Ricci's tf of this paper rifl tM pleis4 to 'l.st tbrrr l at lsrt eat drrided disesse Midway is enjoying its first eloctrie s. . iwt baa hem aU ts rare In all Its .m.) thai l t'alarrb. lull's Catarrh Cure light system. poaMirp rarr sew known to the Catarrh betse a constitutional treatment, r.iivlrea a reeMlriitlonal At last Danville Is going to vote on the i ..tarrh Out b taken tateraallr. actlajr ' the Moad ad mocooi surfsws of question of graded schools. ui tberebr deatrarlae tbe foundation . ' mwi plrtec the patient strenjrtn The Frankfort "Waterworks ComDanT .llur a tt eaBStitsHen and sulitlnc na-- t ihiut: H wrk. Tbe proprietors haYe has been indicted for furnishing impure powers that ther i faith la its curative lluaaresl IMtars far sbt ease that it water to its patrons. i .tire, tvarf far Mat of testimonials. jlr.M r. J. CHKNEY & CO., TWedo. O. Mr. W. Q. Park sold last week to E. ' 1 You'll find the Kenton make without a superior in the clothing world. Kenton fabrics retain their fresh, new appearance, and Kenton tailoring keeps its shape and style, to the full satisfaction of the wearer. sJTPjjK! 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 every 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: IJ 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 one, you'll always wear them. We PRICES, $5.00, $5.50, $6.00. It all Halt's larattf nntccM. 76c. PINs far constipation. . Horn, of this couutv. his saddle mare, Mary L., for $250. five-eaite- d Dra I M. Dunn Specialist Mr. Sherley Esteps. of Red House, and Miss Julia McCoy, of Red House, were . Djeaw of EYE, EAR, NOSE am Bid. and THROAT Richmond, Ky married Saturday at the home of the bride. The city Democratic primary to nom inato candidates for City Judge, City Attorney and members of the council will be held next Tuesday. $15, $16.50. $17, $18, $20, $22.50, $25- L 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. JESSE COBB, General Auctioneering. J The business buildings being con structed by Hon. Brutus J. Clay, on Services Reasonable. Main street, will be a great improvePHONF,83,or48I. ment to this section of the city. Mrs. Laura J. Arnold, the only sister Pigg s Puce Apple Vinegar at All man of the late Gen. "Stonewall" Jackson, . Pigg's. died in a hospital at Buchannon, W. Va,, years of Dan Brock, Are, ligbtnlag, cyclone last week. Sho was eighty-fiv- e tf age. a Jive stoek. 12-- tf Other Good Suits, $10.00 to $12.50. PRICE, $3.00 AND $3.50. ti A specific for pain Dr. Thomas' Prominent Lexington Woman Sale of Durocs. Fined $10 For Whipping $5.00 Reward. Prof. W. W. Smith Visits Wills Probated. James Cay wood, a former fireman on Eclectic Oil. strongest, cheapest lini I will pay five dollars reward for Iicli relieved in 30 minutes by Wood--' the Cincinnati Southern has been paid ment over dovisod. A household rem Elsewhere in this issue of Tho Climax Our City. Horse. Dies In Missouri. The will of Owen Tayler, deceased, of watch fob which was lost at "is Sanitary Lottos. Never o fails, 814.815 for his two arms which ivero edy in America for 25 years. appears the advertisement of public sale i . A largo number of our prominent finnfb,nir ii cuiureu, was- asseseui n,- Stock "iards Monday morning. The fob was probated in coaaly court Monday. In the death of Mrs. Kathorino Reed, d by Perry's Drug Stare of Duroc hogs, which will be held at young business mon had the pleasure of T..,!iinr mi rnt, cut on about three years ago while at His wife was made boseSeteryof his enwho passed away last week In LexingNotice to Taxpayers. ( ome to Owen MoKee, Richmond Forrest Home Farms, Versailles, on greeting last week their teacher, Prof. Shakelford's court Thursday on a charge work for the company. tire estate a ad at her death, the property ton, Mo., this state loses one of its T, : for dry goods awl notions. Others Octobor 7. McKco Brothers are known W. W. Smith of the Wilbur R. Smith of cruelty to an animal. Martin who containing baby picture ami initials J. Your Citv Tax bills for 1011 are now was driving a horse belonging to Mr. E. B. Return to this office and receive will go to bis ehiklrM. Speak a good word for your town. If due and in my hands for collection. On wealthiest and most prominent women. as expert breeders of this celebrated Bus iness College, Lexington, Ky. tf i j and why net you. Joe Azbill, was charged with unmerci- above reward. you cannot do this move to a city that all those that are not paid ou or before Deceased was tho widow of Colonel 4t The will of Lwiea T. Griggs was super bid. by the load. will attract you. It is an imposition to Nov. 1. 1911. the penalty prescribed oy John Reed and " Eighty years old. stock of swine, and we refer our readers Announces for City Attorney. fully whipping the beast, the charges ('.a corn S4.2a ffered for probate but was eeottaied tm-t- il to their advertisement in today's Climax. being preferred by Mr. Azbill. This Is the 'I have been somewhat costive, but ordinance will bo attached and interest ii. 1 jour order to Friday. Deceased leaves a Wg estate live in a town you cannot boost, yet ex- at rato of 0 per cent, will bo charged on Bcforo her marriage' she was Miss Elsewhere In this issue of The Climax first arrest made since tho organization Doan's Regulars gave just tha results tf Arnold & Simmons. Kathorino Hunt, and was related to the appears tho announcement of Mr. D. M. of the Madison County Humane Society, desired. They act mildly and regulate which will ga principally to Ms nieces pect a living at tho hands of its popular all tax bills after Nov. 1, 1011. The Broaddus 5ale. Marshalls, Hunts, Morgans. Clays, Chenault for City Attorney of Rich- and will evidently bo an object lesson to the bowels perfectly." Geo. B. Krause, and nephews, these being Us legal betas. T. C. O'Nell. City Collector. 'Uicci's toe areata is delicious. Every tion. A large crowd attended tho sale of mond, subioct to the action of tho Dem those who practice inhumane treatment 306 Walnut Ave., Altoona, Pa. Offico City Ilall, corner First and Irvine Bennetts and bther prominent families He bequeathed small sums to several of Any flavor made ic ulks about it. Mr. Andrew Broaddus, near Moborly, ocratic party. Mr. Chenault is one of to stock in their care , 10 4t A popular soprano is said to have a streets. of tho Blue Grass. She leaves an Thursday, and good prices wero realized. our I. order Suit opening at McKees Oct. 2nd, 3rd, his servants. Messrs. C. L. Searey aad. tf d delivered p'omnily. best known and most popular attor voice of fine timbre, a willowy figure, estate valued at half a million, Tho farm of about 53 acres was sold neys; has always been a tried and true Madison Orators in Demand. and 1th. Wm. Benton were named as axeetriors. Canada. Dies to Georgo Gentry at $.16.01 por acre. Democrat- and has contributed bis time Tli. A. Sttehon, agent for Hurst cherry lips, chestnut hair, and' hazel Mr. Raymond inShearer, who moved city are takII. 'Tiie Insurpmoe Oo. Write me or phono eyes. She must have been, raised in tho Important Meeting of Elks. Twenty acres of corn was sold, as it and means to assist tho party in many Public speakers from this the present from this county about twenty years stood in tho field, for SS0. Stock and of its battles. Mr. Chenault pledges, if ing a very prominent part in 1S1 ring 2. Union City, Ky. 2 s Jyr lumber regions. Exchange. past live years The first half of Elks' lodge year has household goods brought pleasing elected, to give his entire itime to the State campaign. Madison, possibly, can ago, and who has for tho Dyspepsia is our national ailment, Robinson's famous shows, which for been living at Tucumcan, .New Mexico, come to a close, and begtnnlng Friday prices. Jesso Cobb conducted the duties involved. He solicits and svill boast of as many, if not more, public home of his daugh- night the regular weekly meetings will sale. j .irUuck Blood Bitters is the national appreciate the support of every Demo- speakers than any city of its size in Kentwo weeks have been in the hands of a died Sunday at the The lodge during Canada. His re tucky, and one pleasing feature is that uri. for it. It strengthens stomach receiver, was sold in Louisville Wed ter At Swift Current.to this city and will be resumed. 'has been meetingthe sum- a crat in tho city. twice mer months they can always be relied upon to do mains are en route promotes flow of digestive Tent Meeting at Waco. their part in any emergency. Monday uices, purifies the Wood, builds you up. nesday to F. F. Petorson, of Now York, probably reach here Friday, when they month. Friday evening will witness an Interesting religious services art Long Tom Chenault to Make the following citizens of this city made will bo buried in me icnmonu ceme- initiation and tho last half of tho Slks for 2S,000. Ploniy of Oats and all kinds of field lodgyear starts out with brilliant pros- being conducted at Waco, a Union tent speeches as follows: benator Mccreary tery. Big 5ale in Florida. pects tor a busy season. Somo very im- meeting having been in progress at that at Falmouth ; Hon. J. A. Sullivan at Mr. Woodson Baldwin, a railway pos prices. See us oo. is at aUnctive Fri- point during tho past portant matters are to be considered Paris ; Hon. W. B. Smith at Stanton. Serious Cutting Affray. woek. Tho clerk, who has been tunning on tho l.. fr.re buvme. tal Mr. W. R. Letcher. Jr.. formorly of day evening and a full attendance Is de services are being conducted by Revs. These lots will be sold to the highest bidder absolutely regardless of prtca. Big Sandy division of the C. & O., from a resident of If but Arnold & Simmons. About nine o'clock yesterday morning sired. Brandenburg, Roberts and Mrs. Burke. this city,for who has been has etigaged Senatorial District Committee No. Your bid gets them. Music by an excellent bad. several years, Florida Ashland to Pike vi lie, has been trans a serious cutting affray took place near Quite a number of additions have been the Cne lot will be given away and otner valuable presents. Ton Saub Saw eak tobacco stioks. Meeting. services of Auctioneer-- Long Tom Births. ferred to the L. & N. and will make his the Barlow mill, on Jiam street, in mado to tho various churches and great Everyone on the ground will have an equal chance at the lot and preseats. an immonse Iw which Shearer Rlddell. son of ffm. Kid- Will ship any amount from good Is sure to result from the meeting. Chenault to conduct headquarters in this city. Richmond, Ky., Sept. 23, 1011. Terms easy. Come everybody. i Dr. and Mrs K. K. Million are re dell, was dangerously cut by Wm. Park11 salo in the city of Jackson I'M to a eartead. Write qulok. rvices .will continue over Sunday, automobile Pursuant to call the Democratic Disirom aoout sixteen ceiving villc, Florida, on October 20 One The Democrats have a splendid oppor colored. Hidden, wno isjust above tho over the congratulations daughter,menus Octobor 8. Estill Lumber & Timber Co., Ky. : born arrival of a United vcars old was stabbed thousand or more maenmes wm 00 auiu trict Committee of the Twenty-Nint- h city heart, the blade penetrating the lung, Thursday morning. Irvine, Ky. tunity to select a good ticket for : i tjt on this occassion, and it is mueeu a Senatorial District met at Richmond at offices on next Tuesday. There are a and a severe cut in the abdomen, tho Election Officers Selected. compliment to our townsman 10 do noon, September tne 2atn, lull, presBorn, Sunday morning, to Mr. and The September orop reports for Kento conduct the sale. It Is ent wero tho following Democratic Chair number of candidates for the various lattor wound is not considered serious. Mrs. A. D. Miller a son; A. D., Jr. The Madison County Board of Elect omployed In think that a City tho slzO men, it : J. A. Sullivan, of Madison tucky shows little change in conditions offices to be filled, any of whom will Medical attention was eiven tho injured rAmnrWnhlft Mr. and Mrs. Herman Willsteln aro ion Commissioners, composed of Messrs. of Jacksonville is without a singloJ county ; J. C. Potts, of Estill county, boy and ho was removed to his home on o er the msevth previous. elected. serve the city faithfully if Smith-Ballar- d street The outcomo of being congratulated over the arrival of D. B. Shackelford, Waller Bennett and licensed auctioneer, which prooaoiy is and S. L. Combs, of Leo county. There a son, born Saturday, and been named Sheriff McCord, mot last week and due to tho excessive charges placed on upon J. A. Sullivan, chairman, called not For Sales Democratic headquarters is one of tbe the wounds could press, be predicted at Eugene. selected tho officers of election to serve this proffession. Tho sum of $500 per the meeting to order and J. C. Potts was but the young of going to wood 70x170 feet. llvest nlaccs in Richmond. Chairman hour is in a very serious condition, Lot in Bh ream 65 in the regular olection on nqvember 7. year is charged for license. This fact, elected secretary. Tho following reso man Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Piekels are tho The officers are as follows: of R. K. Stoxe. Apply to Cobb and his corps ot assistants are rap Park is about seventeen years old, and proud parents of a son, born Monday however, does not in me iuck cumuw lutions were offered by J. C. Potts, L. Estill county, and seconded by b. Court House H. F. Barker and A. R. Mr. Chenault. idly rushing out Democratic literature claims to be a resident ot Brasslield, evening.and has been christened Thomas Combs, of Lee county, and adopted For 5ale Cheap. employed in this city for Henry Piekels, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Pickets Burnam, Jr., judges; G. H. Myers, and Issuinir orders to tho "boys behind but has been : it unanimously, snveral months. Facts concerning tno are being heartily congratulated, by sheriff; Neale Bennett, clerk. in good tho gun." Squire Deeker Bros., piano, origin of the difficulty will probably no their many friends over tho arrival oi City Hall James Cosby and W. D. State Officers of federated Resolved First. That the Democrats caso comes to trial. condition. Apply at of the various counties of this Senatorial "d the beam Buckley, judges; N. B. Deatherage, Clubs Here. tho young editor, whotl A visitor, who. frequently comes to be known until the I P. M.f FORREST HOME FARMS, McKee Bros. Props., 15-t- f District bo called to assemble at the Climax Office. sheriff; Morgan Evans, clerk. at ten pounds. Richmond, was heard to remark that Circuit Court statn nffifinrs of Federated Clubs of court houses of their respective counties Normal J. II. Kennedy and John A. Versailles, Kentucky the city was growing so rapidly and Circuit Court convened Tuesday morn Music Pupils Wanted. Todd, judges; J. G. Baxter, sheriff; R. Kentuckv. of which Mrs. Thomas Jeffer at 1 30 o'clock p. m. on Saturday, OctoCounty Court 1011, for the purpose of se if ing, with Judge J. M. Benton on tho Stop on 50 electric line, Frankfort, Lexington via Versailles. First Saturday son Smith, of this city, is president, aro ber the 7th, U. Burnam, Jr., clerk. I am solMRing a class in piano and making so many improvements that lecting delegates from each and every Notwithstanding the inclemency of away for twelve months hnnch. After selecting the grand and Francis N. B. Turpin , and Wm. being entertained in tnis cuy oyine nvo one oi tho counties oi said senatorial of Lexington trots. Reduced rates from everywhere. Our offering consists of ucal musk, lessons to be given at my one should be court was one of the Jennings, judges; M. H, Wolls, sheriff; clubs of Richmond. The distinguished until'this he would need an introduce petit juries court adjourned gentlemen tho weather county of lime on North street. For further and return towr?. guests arrived yesterday and enjoyed a District to attend a delegate convention the year in Rich J. M. Sandlin, clerk. busiest public days The following morning. Fall tion to the at tho Normal School to be held at Irvine. Ky.. beginning at mand. A large crowd arrived early and enmnoso the errand iury: particulars apply to Miss MaryTraynor. Chenault W. F. Park and Bud Hall, delightful lunch These hogs are the progeny of soma of the greatest show ring wfoaers and A Turpin, foreman ; J. M. Riffe, business was unusually active in every judges; Robert Asher, Clerk; D. M. In Sullivan nan. in mo auemuuu, as 1.30 o'clock, p. m., on Tuesday, October J. "Not only will the sale of Red Cross Ballard Million. W. A. Todd, S. A. Mil lino. Tho merchants report a splendid The Climax was going to press, a busi the 10th, 1011, to nominate a Democratic producers that this, best of all breeds, can boast of. They are bred right, have To The Home5eeker Christmas Seals be continued this year lion. Li. M. Whitaker. Geo. Dejarnett, business and the stock market was very Phelps, sheriff. ness meeting was in progress at .iks candidate for senator in the next Gen been fed right, are risht In individuality, type and condition. Included in tha lot Investor. or White Hall G. C. Burgin and Milt Hall, which was to be followed by a eral Assembly from this Senatorial Dis are sons and daughters of the phenomenal breeder, Forrest Chle Kentucky, but it will be carried on Robt. Golden. J. B. Chambers, Walter brisk. The Madison btock Yards report Duke of Cob. la We bate Pratt farms, stock farms, along broador lines than ever before, Park, "W. O. Moore and S. A. Deather 2000 cattle on tho markot with prices Hall judges; Leonard Mlnter, clerk; musicaleat Mrs. Harry B. Hanger's res- trict to be voted for at the November Cherry Chief, Highland King and Brigadier' There will bo sLx full brothers and idence, on Lexington pike, in the even election, 1011. ranging from 3 cents to o cents per E. P. Million, Shoriff. sisters to Duke of Cols, Jr. It is your only chance to get a fnll brother to Good Toultry farms. Combination farms, says Mr. Eugene Kerner, secretary of age. Second. According to the party law Enulf Again. There will be a boar in the offering that is by the Junior Champion pound; 100 hogs Irom o cents to u z Red House Elkanoy Pigg and D. M. ing. This morning an important busiPETIT JUniES. Black lands, Prairie the Kentucky Association for the study Timber tattle. cents; 103 sheep at 3 to 3 2 cents. There Tribble, judges; D. P. Black, clerk; ness meeting will be held at Elks' Hall, each county constituting said Senatorial Boar and out of the Junior Champion Sow at International Live Stook Show. 1 .Tno. A. Baumstalk. T. J. McKeehan, was :unds, Ratvah lands, at right prices and and prevention of tuberculosis D. Powell, sheriff. a demand for this class or stock and after which the guests will be given an District will be entitled to one vote in boar out of the dams of Duke of Cols and by Forrest Chief. 12 head of these bogs Eads. M. M. Broughton, Jonah the yards were well cleared out by night, J. Wilson rasy terms. Some fine colonization McCreiry James B. Noland and automobile trip to Berea, where they said delegate convention for each and are by Duke of Cols. 3 gilts and 3 boars are full sisters and brothers to three Srst W. A. Arbuckle. J. "W. Parrish, Mules were plentiful, with demand for The Danville Advocate says there have Park. James Parkcs Judges; J. M. Risk, will be entertained by Mrs. Dinsmcre, every 200 Democratic votes and every prize winners at the Blue Grass Fair. L e., under year boar, under year sow aad l.rorwsitioBS. Let us toll you aboui E. Elkin, fraction over 100 Democratic votes cast under six months sow. There are plenty of herd headers among the boars in Ibis who is a State officer. in Boyle county since C. T. Fox. Price Bonton, J. Wilson best grade stock. Tho prices for suck- - clerk; Enos Thomas, sheriff, Dunn. II. P. Barclay. we have, he Stegar Land Co. been 300 homicides Archie what in tho presidential election of 1903. mules ranced from sale. The 20 fall boars will average 300 pounds. The entire offering is the. College Hill Ed Bogio and Simp the county was organized in 1812, yet Rncls. Clark Rice. A J. House, F. J. linir mules sold as high as950 to $1ZU; 5t $225. Leo T ler. Texas. aged Third. That notice of this call be "classiest" you ever saw put through a sale. They have tho finish of the Berk-shir- k Eastern Notes. three legal hangings Jodd. W. S. Sallee, Zena Cobb, Elbert Smitha, of Lexington, purchased IS there have been but and all the excellent qualities possessed by the Duroos. Forrest Chief, tha nublished in at least one insertion of Wflpers. J. D. Lomr. C. J. Turner, u. M from P. Dunbar, sheriff. mules for which bo that time In each x Sow's Eyelids Sewed To- - sincethe chickenand expresses tho belief Tipton, J- . T. JJawson ana j . r . minomas. suckling$120. W. C. Gaines, paid Clark Kavanaugh Pleas Benton and W. P; The five literary societies met Satur newspaper publishedprior to ino of" said sire of many of the good ones in this otfering, is the greatest producing Dursc ia of $55 to thief isin greater peril noiuing Kentucky. counties in an issue that ' Sandlin, judges; John Norrls, clerk; J. day evening and reorganized Into work of said mass conventions. . gether. First Senior Herd (boar and 3 sows) Mr. Mc- - county, bought four mule colts for $400. S. Noland, sheriff. than the rankest murderer. ing bodies. The work oi tnese societies Larfie Crowd Greets First Junior Herd (boar and 3 sows) Tho committee then adjourned. oi tne fcngusn is an Tho Blue Grass Real Estate Co. sold L L. Harndon: a prominent farmer Waco M. W. Miller and N. C. Bon-ne- eourae. important part meetings are pre Chesney. is full of women who can The world First Sow over 2 years old Their weekly J. A. Suluvax, Chairman Monday the farm of Mrs. Margaret judges; M. T. Bybee, clerk; W. C. was fined 810 and costs amuse the ordinary man. Can sing and of scoittoimty, Second Junior Yearling Sow A lanre audience of representative cit sided over by officers elected by the mem J. C. Potts, Secretary. Torrill, sheriff. First and Second under 12 months Sow in county court at Lexington, last week, dance or recite for him; can paint, write izens of Madison county was present at Shearer, near Brookstown, containing bers; the program consists oi merary First and Third under 0 months sow. Brassficld J. B. Broaddus and J. M. performances of various kinds in the on the'otiarge of cruelty to WanimalJ or decorate in a manner most pleasing, tho court house Monday afternoon to 120 acres, to Ed Davis and Richard ONE MILLION DOLLARS BURGOO Second Junjor Yearling Boar Hondren, judges; Wm. H. West, clerk; way of essays, recitations, storytelling, Mr. Ilerndetuawns a sow which nas Deen but the poor man often goes begging for hear the Democratic doctrino as admin Wells for $05.00. First under year Boar J. W. Hord.shoriir. FOR A GOOD STOMACH debates and music, vocal and instrumenistered bv H.V.McChesney, ox secretary corn field, and to keep lrfspeest8g on his Grand Champion Sow Write for Catalog of comJas. woman who can sew on buttons or of the State. The lower court room was Bcarwallow Speed is under tho Former Madisonian Marries Puckctt, judges; F. McKeon andclerk; tal, andof tho Faculty,directionProf.aStott, M. Jones, with her from ge&ing at the corn, he caught-lie- mend his clothes; who can cook his food filled to overflowing, many having to mittee This Offer Should be a Warn T. C. Glossep, sheriff. of tho English Department, as chairman. and sewed up ner eyelids with a with economy and flavor it to his taste. leave on account of the congested con in Texas. ing to Every Man and dition of tho room. Mr. McChcsnoy was Kingston Collins Yates and John Attendance Is compulsory anu me memneedie and thread. The accused pleade"d of "Wingate, Powell, judges; Georgo Crawford, clerk; bers receive credit for their work as part Tho Tho music of the hammer and saw is introduced bv County Campaign Chair Woman. guilty to the charge ot tho English course. heard on every hand. Kichmona con- man Jesse Cobb, wfio eulogized tho Texas, contains the following notice Brack Maupin, shenlf. The newspapers and medical journals as one of Kentucky's foremost which will bo of interest here, where enjoy a tnost substaptlal speaker Bluo Lick John Johnson and Pleas The first recention of tho year was recently have had much to say relative Wilbur R. Smith Business tinues to New residences and business orators. Mr. McCllesney stated that he the groom formerly lived: Evans, judges; John W. Bales, clerk; B criven Saturday evening in Sullivan Hall to a famous millionaire s oner ot a mil growth. speeches in most overy city had mado "An interesting event of tho week College Lexington, Ky. with the faculty in line In the parlors to lion dollars for a new stomach. ML buildings are going up and the older nrtfacRnt to Richmond. . .and thai he wol was the marriaeeof Mr. Owen Parrish S. Torrill, Sheriff. 1 . ., was too j This ereat Berca L. A. Davis and John L. Gay; greet the students and diu mem welrepaired and paint- cornea tno opportunity io nuuruss iuo and Miss Lela Humphreys, which took This influential and responsible Col structures are being O. come Each guest was labeled with bis busy to worry about the condition of his J. Osborn, clerk; O. on Democracy ot Senator Mccreary s nome place at tbe First Christian church. Judees; T. lege employs experienced and practical ed, and today the city not only has visiting card. It was a most enjoyable stomach. He allowed his dyspepsia to ne siaiea inai no The ceremony was performed by Rev, Rhodus. sheriff. posi- county. At tne ouisoi but-igetting in to run from bad to worse until in the occasion. Clav J. E. Johnson and O. T. Wil teachers several of whom have taught her Sunday suit man in nublic life had a cleaner record B. J. Baron. Only a few friends end it became incurable. Mcureary. ana aimougn and son, Judges; W. R. Gabbard, clerk; twentyyears, tion to wear diamonds. than Senator relatives wero present, at this College from ton to Miss Louise Poaire. one of Ashland's His misfortune serves as a warning to Vaughn, sheriff. of forty years as a pub most nonularand successful teachers, others. An exchange tells of a newspaper re having a record did not navo a oiemisn Following the wedding tho brido and Fayette The demand for graduates of this Col servant, lie Coy and John O. enrolled as a student this week. lic Duncannon C. C. Every one who suffers with dyspepsia lege has exceeded the supply. Two porter who interviewed thirty success- on his Drivate or public life. After pay groom Kit lor a snort wcuaing trip through the bouth, ana on tneir return MasoD, judges; John S. Boggs, clerk; R. for a few years will give everything he day taaohers ase employed. Its Presl ful business men and found that all of ing his respocts in neaumui language io will co to housekeeping at onto on the ii. Martin, snerin. The bovs are findinir out that the dor owns for a new stomach. .1 dent, Wilbur R. Smith will, as for thirty them when boys had Deen governeu thn next coventor of Kentucky. Mr. Mc- lrroom's farm. No moro popular young Allen and Mlko Noe, mitory is a good place to stay. Ninetyr Burnam I. Dyspepsia is commonly caused by an spoke an hour or moro on the couple ever lived in mis commumtjtfcjggggg. Earl A of those having meals at abnormal state of the gastric juices, or clerk; C. C. one per-ce- nt Tatum, triMlv nnd freauentlv thrashed. He Chesney ears heretofore lecture to the studenU. me campaign. imnortant issues oi the dlnine hall areiroomlng at Memorial by lack of tone in tbe walls ot tne stomIf you wish a course of Bookeeping and also interviewed thirty loafers and ennorh was well received by those pres Mrs, Parrish Is tho eldest daughter of Maupin, sheriff. In tho rooms, and ach. The result is that the stomach Quiet Tevis Shelby Jott and J. N. Hen- Hall. Dossible prevails of them had ent, his argument being clear and to the Mrs. M. E. Humphrey. She is a highly Business, Shorthand, Typewriting or learned that twenty-seve- n to prepare lessons mere loses its Dower to dicest food. it is up-to-da- te and been "mamma's darling" and the other point. posses dren. Judges; Clay Blakeman, clork; P. most satistactoniy, accomplished young woman and Telegraphy at reasonable rates We are now "able to supply certain 3. Whltlock, sheriff. lion. Harvey Helm, congressman from ses a rare type 01 boauty. Mr. t'arrisn greatly-reduce- d help restore to the make a succes, send to the above named three had been ruled by their grand sell J. Curtis and Football nractlcs is on In full force missing elements-r-tilio Kichth district, was present and is tho second son of Mr. and Mrs. Crutcher T. Wm. McHondren, Xincb college for ciroulars'and anformation. clerk; now and every afternoon. Coach Wilson castric juices theirJdigeslive power and mothers. Ky., and Tudor, judges; mado a splendid speech. Mr. ueim is Peter Parrish, of Richmond, gives tho squad a t;ood workout. About to aid in making tho stomach strong Madison and can alway has made his homo in tho "Wesf'Ipr Ed Cornelison, sheriff. "When you pull down the town in vnrv nonu A Household Remedy that which you live you are pulling down cnmrrmnfl !ar in closest attention of his several years, and Is one ot the best Poosey M. T. Warner and Robert twenty boys aro ifrymfr IQr lU0 icam, and well. that Rexall Dyspepsia Tab the Wo know and liked young men in "Iho Howard, judges; JohnC. Hendren, clerk which, though lighter than the ono last lets aro a. most dependable remedy lor gives Confidence. hearers. He predicted the election "of vourself. and when you build up you Snnator McCrearv and tho entire Demo-- known being Highly regarded by v3y Jasper Wiley, sheriff. year, U undoubtedly lastcr. county, Compound. stomachs, indigestion and disordered Is FoVev's Honey and Tar are building up yourself and your neigh .rattn tiri-c- t hv a rood majority, but ono for his splondid social and business Nowbv Elvada Tudor and Ben Mr. M. H. McNtitt, who acted as. base dvsneDsia. Mrs. T. J. Adams, 522 No. Kansas- Ave., "bor. ITry and'banish from your mind Mated that tho Democrats must do their qualities and undoubtedly has a bright Tudor, Judges; R.B. Tudor, clork; 6 We want you to try them and will re ball manager last 'fear, has been chosen Columbus. Kas.. writes: "For a number the mistaken idea that all good tnings duty and go early to the pons anavoio, future ahead. Mr and Mrs. Parrish S- - Million, sheriff. fcvMtiaU snitfiiTAp fTaines nro aehnduled turn your money if you are not more soems are oxtended the hearty congratulations victory N. B, HlgkScheol, the. All Star than satisfied with the result. of vears mv ohlldren have been subject are away off in some other locality. and not to feel, because not needed, Bicecrstaff overy vote is of their many friends, wno wun them Howard, judgesAlbortDozlerand clerk with Caldwell Tbrcesizes, 25 cents, 50 cents and $1, ; W. T. Tudor, Town Tea br, Fans Uign &cnooi, Stanto coughs and colds. I get ome of Po- Givevour town all the praise it can certain that in the all the happiness amjl prospe-iitford Hich School. Lexington High Remember, you can obtain Rexall Rem T. J. Jones, sheriff. certainly will do Honey and Tat Compound and have i.ir,oi,hPjir. le vs It world." Any skin itching is a temper-teste-r. Valley View Issac Coffey and Sher School, so that aw interesting series of ediea in this community only at our found that it uared their coughs and vou no harm and will cost you nothing: More vou scratch the worse it itches, See notice elsewhere of sale of rest- rod Ballard, judges; Cha. Daughwty, games will be pU J ed. The full schedule store The Rexall Store, II, L. Perry, I with date colds in a very short time, so I keep it ,,i Hnv li mtronlze your home in Doan's Ointment cures piles, eczema lHhmoad, Ky, will b announced later. clerk i II. Clay Howe, sheriff. dent lots at Paint Lick on Oct. 14. Stockton & any skin itching, At an drug stores. , in the house all the time. stitutions. Son. t 5 -- woat. Automobiles are becoming so com hve steak insurance. tf mon that they don't attract as much W W. BreaeW us &Co., have excellent attention on the streets of a country town as a good eighteen-han- d mult ilnies fw storage. Bring .in your team. 2--tf : Ian Break, fire, lightning, cyclone Covington and Banks AUCTION SALE of Residence Lots at Paint Lick, Ky., Oct. 14, at 10 A. M. Realty & Auction Co. Lexington, to-w- Durocs at Auction Head Pedigreed and Registered to-w- Saturday, Oct. 7 45 Boars and 20 and Spring Gilts at l-- - y, r Nows-Recor- McKEE BROS. KENTUCKY VERSAILLES lltf ... multi-millionai- re If IB mt?lB s .a REDIjCED Wall I have a big line of Paper which I will at prices, in order to make room for next season's goods. Very truly, o - -- RICHMOND, KHITUOKY. A SALE TO UNLOAD THE llmst Stock Kev Seasonable Merchandise Ever SEEN IN RICHMOND A SALE OF ALL NEW GOODS ALL OVER NOT A LOOM END SALE BUT A MONEY SAVING SALE FOR EVERYBODY. have a YOU of stores that gives us buying facilities that other stores do not have. We can hanall know we t'-iag "I II IIIIM I. r-1 ma-J- -- 'W ., !' r K 7 flirt ig T frl rr ' - -- rTTTeriyT7 .if J i i mini II HI Mill nn im mi BB'Wii im nn mimimim m I dle Big Lots of goods direct from the Mills and save our customers the middle man's profit. No one between to make additional cost to you. The man who makes the goods, sells direct to us, in this way reducing the cost of an article to a minimum; and then when we can find these Mills overstocked with countermanded goods from other merchants, we reap the havest we are entitled to. Our prices in this sale will stand as an evidence of what our Big 5tore means to you. Goods purchased for this THE were bought on the following conditions: One-hadown, the other half before leaving the house." They will be sold that way. Nothing but GASH && goes. && lf 9 X 12 SIZE Brussels Rugs largest room size, seamless and regular $ 7.50 retail price. All new,pretty, bright patterns. Our sa ft nnce tor choiceiWt all-wo- ol, 1 mm it comes to value WHEN in Rugs, Carpets, Mat-tin-g and Linoleums, no other store matches ours with same qualitiesa claim that is proved every day. Make all the 1 comparisons you like. Our remarkable offering of the above mentioned 9x 2 seamless Brussels Rug. strictly fabric, at $8.98, is the identical goods other stores ask$ 750 for all-wo- ol 1 We will sell during this sale our entire lot of 9x12 Smith's Axminster Rugs, in Oriental and Floral designs. All new patterns, at $15.75 This Big Sale Where Your Dollars Will do Double Duty, Begins Saturday, October 7. EDI IV Toiw Winter Underwear price per piece a&per dozen. Vests at wholesale prices. Same of BED SHEETS, Blankets and Comforts at unusually low prices ACAI F WEofdon't want you to fail to see our tables Muslin Underwear. There are some Big Bargains for you there. CHILDREN' Sheavy winter weight price 25 cents, sale price Suits, in from 2 to 12 years, regular values. Our sale price d and Panls,usual 19c CHILDREN'S AND MISSES' sizes 35-cent Bleached Sheets, full size, for " small beds made of close woven fifm sheeting cotton, with improved welded seams in center for added strength. Uand-ioiand ironed. floQ n Don't miss them. will 500 Black Mercerized PettiWEcoats sellthis sale. They are beautifully in Tuffled and tucked, Sale price 23c Union YbOT'S heavy, fleece-linesizes, the kind you Suits. in all pay 50 cents for everywhere. Cur Sale Price -- value. double beds: made tif nunerinr quality linen finish cotton, free from dressing; hem. Regular 79c 3-in- MHHHb full size, for Bleached Sheets, Sale price 58c 47c $1.25 to $2.25. pick for and range in price from You can take your RQr :. 42c Un-io- I ADZES' Extra Good Ribbed Suits, in bleached and gray. Regular GOc values. Sale price . . 44c 100 dozen ONE LOT aboutVests and Pants, Bleached n 10x4 Bed Blakets, in gray, tan and white. Reaular 89c values. Sale price 49c . lOD each.' Our sale have just received lot about 150 WEBlack Silk Petticoats, aworth up to $5.00 price for choice $2.89 PAIR Jileant oonap Blankets all-wool winter weight. Regular 39c valnes. Our Sale Price 23c Copyright 1910 By SCHLOSS BROS.& COT Fin CloUiet MVer Baltimore (ad New York BUYERS surely did go some when got to the factory where they make Tailored Suits and Gloaks for Ladies and Misses. Cloaks for children, too. Separate Skirts for Ladies and Misses. Never in the history of our mercantile ca- OUR Sanitary ONE LOT of Men'sPants. A fleece Vests and regular 75c value. in gray, tan mid whitesmithblue and pink borders, looks as nice and is as good as a $5 blanket. Full size. Sale price ....$1.79 Department. The stock was never more complete, and the prices we are naming for this sale will be a record breaker for New Goods. -:- O IG BARGAINS to be had in our Hosiery -:- -- Sale price 44c ONE sellers. LOT of Men's Extra Heavy Fleece lined Vests Sale price our 50c 39c is where fall'wol IlxJt Blankets, in mhitA nvnil nnrl mJnirlo slightly soiled. Regular price $5.00 $6.00. Sale price for choice. $8.50 PAIR I MIH entire stock of New Suits and Overcoats for Men, OUR Men and Boys will be slaughtered in this sale, just as if it was the close of the season and we wanted to close them out Why not? They were bought at a slaughtering price, and we can afford to sell them that way. Nothing will be reserved in the Glothing stock; they all go at sale prices, the fine and medium as well as the low grades. Gome and pick them out reer have we seen more beautiful garments, and in such quantities piled up in our .store. They bought only .the very latest and best styles, and bought them for "Cash Down" at such low figures that anybody can afford to buy them. If you intend to buy anything in Ladies' Ready-to-weGarments this seasonvou can't afford to miss this chance. Come before they are picked over. -:-:-:-:-:- HERE full size Bed Comfonts, about 85 in the lob. . Regular.$l value. Sale price for choice .... 69c (NELOT, strong on Bargains We closed out one of the largest mills in the country, a big lot of Fine lints and Caps. They are all new styles the for you. price. forts, ranging in price from $1.50 to $3.00, will be sold during this sale at about former one-ha- lf fNE LOTof See fine silk UnAi Com-- V them! ar Don't fail to see flKfift them and get wo are naming. very latest. of fine Blankets will be grertly Reduced in price for this sale. If you expect to need Blankets this winter, ftow is il-wo- ql r UR Entire Stock are Sole Agents for the American Lady Corset, and we have just received a big shipment of all the new styles. It is a shame to cut the price on them, but they will all be sold at greatly reduced prices for the W " Big Opeaiij Sale. the time to buy them. This Will Be a Sale That Will Bring Wonderful Savings , On Seasonable Merchandise W. D. OLDHA For 25 Years Richmond's Biggest and Best Store & CO This Surely Will Be - A Record Breaking Sale, As Wt Offer Nothsn But New Good and Styles