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THE RICHMOND CLIMAX. -- '1 SSH NUMBER 17 38th YEAR '4-- RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY-,-OCTOBE- R II. Ruthton. 1911 H A Kentuckian's Oxen. L. R. BliANTON, "WHOLESALE A lecturer, so flio story goes, riding down ouo of tho rough mountain roads AND BETAIL Coal, Feed, Salt, Sand,. Lime, Rock. OLD DOMINION PORTLAND CEMENT ?md All Kinds of Plaster Material. Telphone 85 Cor. Main and 8. Streets White - and - Gibson The Old Reliable Dry Goods Firm of Kentucky, observed a farmer plowing the rugged hillsides with four oxen, to which ho was shouting vociferously: "III, thar! you Methodis' Baptis' Campbollite Presbyterian, g'lang, lhar!" Much astonished, ho called the mountaineor to the' fence and Inquired: "Why do you call your oxen by such peculiar names t" "Why, stranger," said the mountaineer, "them was tho fittcnest names I cd git. This yer Methodis', now is a good critter an a willin worker, but ever' onst in a while he has to jump up and down nnd bawl. That ar Baptis' is a pow'f ul strong beast, but whenever he comes to a pool o' water he allers wants to lay down in it. That ar CampbollUe is an feller, an' does an honest day's work, but ho's the contrariest critter that evor lived. An' this rresbytcrian, he's the stiddiest ono in tho hull lot. I can de pend on him to keep them all together, but he's so stuck on himself that, all tho rost on 'om jes' natoraliy despises him." Forward. stub-bonie- Roval 0 Baking Powder Absolutely pure Makes delicious pleasure home-bake- d Makes home baking a The only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar foods of maximum qualify at minimum cost Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Griggs visited relatives at College HOI last week. Mrs. C. C. Coy, ftpm Blythewood, has been visiting Mrs. Orvine Roborts. Miss Nora Cruse is spending a few days with Mrs. J. L. Paulette on the Lancaster pike. Mrs. Owens, from Win;hester, is assisting her daughter, Mrs. McGuiro. Miss Frona Williams is home from Lexington, where uho has finished a course in the Wilbur Smith College. Miss Bessie Clark attended tho birthday dinner given by Mrs. Wm. Whitta-ke- r on the Barnes mill pike last Saturday. Mrs. Burton Moborly and little daughter are visiting relatives here and in other parts of the county. Mr. and Mrs. James Griggs, Jr., are happy over the arrival of a fine new boy. Tho association ot the teachers of this division met at Corinth Church Saturday, and a very interesting program had been arranged. An unusually largo number of visitors enjoyed the day. THE STEARNS (hme on every genuine mattress) SHOWS YOU HAVE TO MATTRESS WH1MSlDEJ0u!l)!Or1:t; I a FOSTER BUY'riItt fitMM LACEO ' . IMPORTANT TO KNOW . 1 WHArtlHSIDETHE1 LOOK THROUG ING OKMUfS mm TO INSURE REST THAT 15 HEALTHFUL COMFORTABLE MATTRESS YOU GET GUA'RANTEE WAR DECLARED. Catarrh Germs Must Be Conquered or Health Will be Destroyed. If you havo catarrh you must vanquish an army of poristent, destructive microbes before you can get rid of it. You might as well choose your weapons, declare war and annihilate this army of catarrh germs right now. Stomach dosing won't kill them; nel ther will sprays or douches. HYOilEL a plea&int, antiseptic, grm destroying air breathed over the entire membrane will put catarrh germs out of business in short order. HYOMEI (pronounce itnigh-o-mei- s guaranteed by B. L. Mlddleton to end catarrh, asthma, bronchitis, coughs, colds and croup, or money b:ickr If you own a little HYOMEI hard rubber pocket inhaJoryou cap got a separate bottle al. HYOMEI for only 5J cents. If you hava. not an inhaler buy a complete outfit tba only costs $1.00. We are now receiving daily our new Fall Line of Remedy for a cold, as that preparation has won its great reputation and extensive sale by itsremarkpblo cures of colds, and can always be depended upon. It is equally valuable for adults and children and maybe given to young children with implicit confidence as it contains no harmful drug. For sale by Stockton & Son. on yourself when you take Chamberlain's Cough Ycfuare not experimenting Cleaning and Pressing Ladies and gcntlcmensclothing clean ed and pressed by Mrs. G. F. Bradley, 130 Second St. up stairs. "Work is ot highes.t ordor, prico low. A trial "order Woolen and Silk Dress Goods Linens, Ginghams, all kinds of Wash Fabrics, Laces and Embroideries of all kinds and everything in the Dry Goods'line. Please give us a call when wanting anything in our line as we fell sure that we can make Trim-niiugs, Odd Facts About Rats. - NO REASON TOR DOUBT A Statement of Facts Backed by a Strong Guarantee. -- ssolicted. 11 tf We All Like Pictures sibly there are loved ones in your family of whom yo have no photograph. It is your duty to procure their pictures while they are still with you. Urge them to make an early appointment with of our loved ones. Pos- "Never attack a rat in a closed room," says an old warehouseman who has had a world of experience in dealing with rodents. "Open a door or window and givo it a chance to get away," even if you've got a dog to help you; you may bo bitten if you don't. Rat bites are verydangcrous. A rat eats all sorts of carrion and filth and then puts his dirty whiskers into anything else ho wants to sample. Steams & Foster Mattresses are Comfortable, Durable and Sanitary: not only because of the way they are made, but because of the materials in them. No patented process of mattress-makin- g will produce a quality mattress out of poor cotton or cotton improperly handled. , Stearns & 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 juil the proper tension, so as to be soft, yet firm, half yielding to your figure, yet supporting it in perfect relaxaone-six- th tion. . Prices That Cannot Be Undersold - "Here's another idiosyncrasy of rats. They logically carry out the principle Why not come in and see what we have? It will cost 3'ou nothing and will be appreciated : : : : Thanking you for past favors, we will appreciate an early call White Main A. & Gibson RICHMOND The Sciilegel Studio S. J. McGaughey Prop. Sfreet, below Rrst of the survival of tho fittest. And they are not merely suffragettes or suffragists, but the females absolutely boss the rat tribe. The slightest token of physical weakness is the signal for death at the teeth of its mother. About five rats sur- vivo from a nest of ten or fifteen. "You never saw a rat that wasn't a perfect specimen. If tho mothers did not have this trait the earth would bo Thos. A. Shelton, agent for Hurst overrun with rats. Home Insurance Co. Write me or phone 151 ring 2. Union City, Ky. "Rats live and travel in colonies. The head of the group is always an old When in need ol Blacksmithing in female rat. When I start to clean up a any of its branches, Farming Implesettlement of rats I lay for the head fe- ments. Buggies, Carriages, Wagons, male rat. If I catch and kill her the Rubber tires &c, get prices from R. E. others disappear." Er. f. Miller, Union City, Ky. t-- guarantee completo relief to all constipation, or in every case where we fail, we will supply tho medicine free. Rexall Orderlies are a gentle, effective, dependable, and safe bowel regulator, strengthener and tonic. They aim to nature's functions in a quiet, easy way. They do not cause in convenience, griping or nausea. They are so pleasant to take and work so easily that they may be taken by anyone at any timo. They thoroughly tone up the whole system to healthy activity Rexall Orderlies are unsurpassable and ideal for the use of children, old folks and delicate persons. We cannot too highly recommend them to all sufferers from any form of constipation and its attend au t evils. Throe sizes. 10c. 25c., and 50o. Remember, you"can ob tain Rexall Remedies in this community only at our store The Rexall Store. H. i. I'erry, Richmond, Ky. "Vo sufferers-fro- ' Made in the beit qualities of Satin Finish, duftproof tickings WITHOUT EXTRA CHARGE. Cottonburg. Miss Geneva and Martha Turner at- Four Grades of Superiority Anchor. $10.50 Windsor. $13.50 Lenox. $16.00 Style A. $22.50 When you buy a Stearns & 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. tended the Teacher's Association at They reported a Corinth, Saturday. large crowd and good dinner and fine speaking. Mr. Berry Tudor of this place spent Saturday andSunday at RedHouse. Protracted meeting begins at this place on the fourth Sunday. s r Advertised Letters. Mrs. Mary Adams, Mary Armstrong, Mr. C. T. Blackbum, Mr. Lee Dunigan, Mr. J. E. Falrson, Mrs. Lassie Gomes, Mrs. Martha Harris (2), Mr. Dave Hampton, "Mrs. 1. R. Hollon (2), Mr. Bill Hubbard, Mr. M. Will Mitchell, B. M. Nelson, Mrs. Kate Portwood, W. S. Rice, Mr. Roy L. Richardson, Mr. Lois Roncr, Missjklargaret Sweeney, Mr. C. E. Simmons, Mrs. John G. Taylor. C. C. WALLACE, P. M. OLDHAM & LACKEY Undertaking a Specialty Dav Telephone 76 Night Telephone J36 W.S. O. 229 R.O. L. a h WE. SELL MAY MANTON PATTERNS 10 CENT5 EACH HUSTLING CASH STORE ARE YOU : INVITED--WHEN sWE 5ELL WILL YOU GOME MAY MANTON PATTERNS 10 CENTS EACH i TO : SEE OUR : DISPLAY : OF : FALL : MERCHANDISE? I Shoes ! AlLJQnds. Shoes ! All Sizes. All Prices. Shoes ! The new- Everything NewUp to Now! "We want and lower in price for quality, than ever. to show you a brand new line of Elite and King Gar-- Men's & Boys' Clothing! We want to show you the greatest values in Men's and Boys' Clothing and Overcoats we have ever been able to secure. We defy all. competition on est lasts, and more of them than ever. Remember we make good every pair of J. E. Tilt Shoes for Men, Dittenhofer Shoes for Ladies, and Buster Brown and Blue Ribbon Shoes for Boys and Girls that fail, through, any fault of leather or workmanship, to give satisfaction. A trial pair is all we ask and a customer is assured to us. J r rrients Company's Coats, Suits and Skirts from. . $.10 -- TO $30 of: 1 AND jou Suits and Overcoats for men; also $3.50 and $5.00 Suits and Oevrcoats for Boys. & dt 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. - - & ok x the largest assortment Infants and Misses Goats you have seen in thisKcity.r Prices ranging from.....:.... We want to show $1.00 TO 4r $7.-5.- 0 You are invited L? XV When will you come? ; 1, of Dress Goods,, eS'wanttffb shbw- - you .our-to"Waistings, Gihghams Percales, Outings, ect.retdIhl - V ay v ij f act, we want to show you what you want in any' lihcV YOU ARE INVITED WHEN WILL; YOU COME ? at 0 Z4 Corner First tv B r; o tin eps H a m II to & Main Richmond, Kentucky i Lost Our Story in a Nut Shell t. At Christian Church Saturday afternoon, cold handle from umbrella. Ini tials JL E. D. Return to Climax offlce Sunday 5chool Convention. For the honor of Madison county, it is earnestly desired that a large delegation of Sunday School workers attend tho Annual State Convention of Kentucky Sunday Schoof Association, Louisville. Oct. 19, 20, 21 and 22. Every school is entitled to one delegate for ( eaoh 100 of its enrollment, and in addi tion to havo privilege ot sending superintendent and pastor. If any school de sires more delegates, special arrange ments may bo mado to send thorn. Each enrolled delegate will bo given entertain ment for lodging and breakfast Re duced rales on all railroads. Let every suporintcndnt, pastor and secretary aucnu to tne matter ot selecting delegates and securing credentials. Report AT OXCK to tho president or secretary, the undersigned. J. Q. Crabbc. President. . Walter Q Park, County Secretary. - 7 : Our PalL'Line of Goods is "up to the minute" as we constantly watch for new and worthy goods, and we rethe-marke- t, spectfully invite your attention to our line of Tailored and Fancy Waists Latest Novelties in Neckwear, Belts, Etc "Smart Set" Silk Petticoats Mannish Novelties in Woolen Goods for Tailored Suits Newest Designs in Silks for Waists and Dresses Physical Culture Class. Mrs. A. D. Roid, a very successful teacher of physical culture and expressions, has organized a class of young ladies and children in Rxhm nl to d ill fera Delsarte entertainment Thursday evening, Oct. 19. It will be given for the benefit of the Lat ies' Aid of the 21 Baptist church. This good work should be commended to the people of Richmond. Tiiese exercises are very helpful to the young for an hour's drilling after school. It is claimed that the drills in the army and navy prolong life ten years, then why not drill our young Oall and see us as we are now .ready to peepie at home? Mrs. Roid has her take care of you on all Fall and Winter lessons and drill so arranged that they maKo a Deautiiui entertainment when Goods given publicly. She gave the same re cently at f rankfort and inchester and the press of these and other towns and cities say they are the best entertainments they have ever had. The Winchester News says: ''Mrs. Rcid's class was greeted with a crowded house with standing room at a premium and never in the'bistory of Winchester has an en leriamment been received with more enthusiasm than was the Delsarte at the baek with him some fine Kentucky opsra house last evening." horses, and also some fiooa mules. A specific for pain Dr. Thomas' Mr. Garnett Million eatertained number of his young friends Friday Eclectic Oil. strongest, cheapest lini retUSKED ETEET WEDIBS1T II evening with a guinea supper at Joe s. ment ever devised. A household rem Those present were: Messrs. Garnett edy in America for 25 years. THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO and Glean MilKoa, Cecil Thorpe, Dell Azbill and Rd Wines, Misses Ceoie and Directors of Woman's Club (Incorporated.) Hattie Lee Million, Stelkt Phelps. Hold interesting Meeting. Elith Buchanan and Tommie Cole Pres. and Mgr. CoviBgloB. The board of directors of the Ken A. . Milter Woman s Clubs Sec'y-Trea- s. News has been received in Richmond tucky Federation of W K. U. WMe ednesday, the of the birth of a daughter, Saturday met in this city last the Into ! afternoon, to Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Will- meeting being held in was Elks Club called to PRESS ASSOCUTIOI KENTUCKY iams, ot Paris. Mrs Williams was, be rooms. The meeting fere her marriage. Miss Mollie Tarpir order by the President, Mrs. Thomas JeUerson Smith, of this city, and Mrs. EKHIH W6TM0T PSBUSHfFS HAGUE. ,. daughter of Judge N. B. Turpin, of this John A. Johnson, of Covington, acting oity. The proud parents have many secretary. Mrs. uestia Irienas here who extend oongratuia- of Lexington, member lircckinndgc. of the Legisla YEAB liens. PER FBIGE ?1.0 tion Committee, was chairman of tho IN ADVANCE Col. Geo. W. Calmes, of Evelyn, is in morning session until a report from Mr. thus committee was made and received. tee city lor medical treatment. one ef the best known citi This was followed by the president. - 1911 Caimes is WBBKBSOAY OCT 11 zeus of Eastern Kentvcky, having pos- Mrs. Smith, takin; the chair and calling stety a wider aoauaintanoe in the moun a meeting ot the board of directors to tains thad any of the older residents of to order. Miss Ualdon Hardin, as that seeitea. He is a very Interesting chairman of. arts, made her report eonvorsatwoaiist and is a man who has lotioweu uy a report on education .by Miss Bw Kaberts apeat Thursday to had varied experiences. The Climax Mrs. R. K. Roiirk. Report on housewoloemcs him to our city, oven if he is hold economics by'Mrs. Claronco Martin, only to remain for recuporation and res of Louisville. Mrs. Charles P. Weaver, Xe-rriis ttoe guest of teraitoa of health. Mtts KiMmio of Louisville, Stale- organizer, gave a MrL J X. IUyM. The follewiag notice will be of interest full report of hor work. This was followed by roports on t)te. Rmil LeriMk k visiting Mr. aad here, where Mr. (J lass is well remem bureau of information, litorary, art and also philanthropy Mis. H. r. KHtaft is IeuMvtIIe. bored. His father. Rev. Harvey Glass, by Mrs. Robert Shoarin and Mrs. C. R. Xr. K-- X. Hwmm spent Saturday in I was uiw 01 rirst i resuvierian cuurcn McDowell. Tho roport from Mrs. ler many years: a tie engagement ol Lafon Riker, as to tho health departMiss Mary Grandin Orr to Rev. Gilbert - Glass, Xmt Lea Milter, af Lancaster, is visiformer pestor of tho Madison ment, showed a tremendous amount of uar Mr pnrntt. Mr. aa4 Mrs. U T. Avenue Church, was announced at good boing done in this department WOsm. Covington by Mrs. James Graham Orr, over the State. The report of Mrs. A. M. Harrison, of Lexington, on good Mas. J. C. Mast m4 sen af Alabama mother of the bride elect. The wed roads, set forth many valuable points ding will be celebrated early in the af feer Mather Mrs. EMeabetb Mt on this wide advocated question. winter. Rev. Glass has accepted Crowe. pastorate in Johnson City, Tenn., and Following reading of the financial report the meeting adjourned and the Dr. M. G. SimmIIm a4 family left last left last week for lital city. weak far their sew- - home ta southwestThe marriage of Miss May Wallace ladies caught the train immediately for Berea, whore elaborate ern Taxas. Ballard and Mr. J. W. Snodcrass was was given thorn. Tho entertainment Berea Ci Oarpeater, af the Estill solemnized at Ashland Saturday. The has the following account of tho izen Batter J. L. HaraM, was a visiter in the oity bride is the seoond daugbtor of Mr. and ception tendered the ladies at re. . . 1. II airs, m aiier T. ,1 SaUwiaf. uiimru, ufiui recently OI place: "A delightful reception that was Richmond, now residing in Middles bo ro, givon at Boone Tavern, yesterday Miss SaNie MWer has returned from a anp was one of the most popular and evening at 7:30 by the Priscilla x isit ta bar sitter, Mrs. James ias, well known young and ladies of this city Clio Clubs in honor of Mrs. Jef-- 1 in Wteahester. The bndoroom is well remembered ferson Smith of Richmond, Thomas of President Mr. m4 Mrs. Neville Meter! ey and here, where be made headquarters for tho Kentucky chiloM are viuitiag the tatter's pa reals several years as traveling salesman for Clubs. 'Mrs. Federation of Women's Smith, accompanied by the American Tobacco Co. He now a number of ladies prominent in Club at Hat berths. represents a big drug house out of Ciiat- - circles from every quar.er of the Oaat. I. K. Swjarp aa4 daughter, Mrs. taaooga, with headauaJters in Huntin?state. B. L. MkMehea. are vfcMeg rote (Ives lierca on tho noon tra-and ton, W, Va., at which p'ace they will be arrived iaparty was immediately with her driven in 3feeftriUe. located for the present. The Climax to the Tavern, In the afternoon they Mrs. S. S. Ueeriag, af Resewell, New joins with a host of friends and relatives were by Mrs. Dinsmore Mexte. is tfee gHeat ef Iter sister. Miss in congratulations and extending Miss conducted on soveral sight-seein-g and Merrow to the happy couple their sincerest trips about the college, Panltae Saikfa. prosperous and happy timebeimg given to tho most of the Mcs. Oea. Raaks awl 4aehter of wishes for a Fireside In i mure. dustries and the various Industrial Dallas, Texas, are vistttag the family of It is with great regret that we this features. Tho reception was an exMr. m4 Airs. K. U Basks. A. M. are called upon to w ish one of our ceedingly interesting alTair, not only Xiss Mario Bursas has returned ctuzens a tare well. Mr. Grant E the mombers of the two clubs being from aa exteaded trie te New York billy, one of oar ablest attorneys leaves present, but many of their closest and etaer aaetara cities. uionmona ior a nome in me far West. friends. The Parlors of the Tavern Mrs. Steaks, ef Stanford, is the Nothing but illness could induce Mr. were tastily decorated with goldenrod, "Garden of red dahlias and asparagus, the colors of Fwest af her parent. Mr. and Mrs, JjiMy to vacate this America. Mr. Lilly expects to locale the two clubs white and green of the Tnes. BaMwia, in Uie eeuaty. in Texas and we certainly unite in the Priscilla, and pink and Mes. M. B. AttHtckle and daughter. the desire that "all things well may Clio being everywhere white of the in evidence. MMsbaraA, left Mosday for a week attend him." Mr. Lilly enjoys the fact The chief features of the evening ere star at Martinsville, Indiana. that he is an elder in the Presbyterin addresses by Mrs Smith on tho work of Miss C&Me Miller Shaokeiford eater Church, is a Knight Templar, a Knight the clubs in the state, and by Mrs. of Pvthias and an Elk. Each and Martin on Household Economics. Retaiaed delightfully last Tuesday after- every one of these bodies will dislike to freshments consisting of punch and neea la honor of The Bridge Club see Mr. Lally leave them, yet they all wafers were served. The visiting Mi6s Mao- - Kirby. of Lake Reba. left extend toe hand of prosperity and wish Ladies are: Mrs- Thomas Jefferson last weefc lor a vtut to her brother in ior mm great blessings in his new home. Smith, President, of Richmond, Mrs. Peadtetea eoaaty, aad also to rela In the local OfMion contest that recently Isabolle Shepherd and Mrs. A. JI. Spears lives ki Lyna ad Batter counties was ine iaiK ot tne community. Mr. of Covington, Mrs. George Flounsy of Mr. Jesse Cobb, ef the Blue Grass Lilly warmly espoused the cause of the Paducah, Mrs. Given Rudy of Hender Real Estate Oeatpaay. woat to London local authorities and was successful in son, Mrs. Jas. A. Leech of Louisville, Moaday te eeadaet a big land sale in seeing the banner of temperance mrain Mrs. John Thixton of Owensboro, Mrs. tn the held. It may be said with truth l.afon inker and Miss Hardin, of Harthat city. to adorn it, that Mr. Lilly has always dinsburg, Mrs. ClaJence Martin of Louis Mr. Nathan O lover has returned to been a friend and warm sympathizer ville, Mrs. McDowell of and Kansas Oky after a pleasant visit to his wan ine peepie oi ltiohmond. We Miss Fafinie C RawsonDanville Miss and uaete. Mr. V B. Deatherage aBd exiena u jar. ijiiiy ana ms lamily, our Rebecca G. Averill of Frankfort. family. best wisher for a hannv home in tlm Hon. W. B. Smith speke to a large far n est. The weddimr of Miss Louise tWiuo Teachers' Association of Divi ana oataustasttc crowd of Democrats in Shelarville Monday ta behalf of the ton and Mr. Hasbreuck Haynrr, at the sion No. 6. Democratic State ticket. unrsnaH etruroh baturdav afternoon. was one oi ine most ocnutirui ever eel Mrs. J. II. Toy aad daughter, who 1. . . Tl i A splondid crowd greeted the SDcak- uraieu 111 inuumonu. mi have bees visiting her .mother, Mrs lavishly decorated aadllieCHtire! whk ers at Corinth Church, Saturday, Sept, with exquisite Curt Moberly and family, have return taste, the eight large windows being JOth. Isot only was every seat taken ed to their home is Maysville. by interested patrons but aisles, win covered with trailing vines and liRru-in- r Mrs. James W Capertes and Miss bouthora smilar. The arms or the dows and doors were tilled. Devotional exercises wcro conducted Jamie Capertea left Mesbay for Wash seats in the church wore tied with huce ington City, where they will spend the uubobs oi gotuen roa. ine altar and by Prof. Cancor. of Caldwell High w Miter. Miss Jamie will eater school. elevation back of tho pulpit were entire- School. Tho Welcome Address, delivly hidden with palms, ferns and triorions ered by Mr. Abnor Long, was a fitting takiag a special course in raustc. onrvsanuiomum oiooms m yellow and miroauoiion 10 an ine wortc that fol Mr. awl Mrs. IVaHor Ilaydon, of white. twenty candles arranged in lowed, thoroughly in harmonv with the BleomiagsoB. 111., have returned home grasps The oi iour. nguiing up tne green object of the meeting. Miss Alice Whit-lock- 's after 'having spnnt a dolightful week added to the tropical appearance of the rcsponso was conciso and appro with their brother, Mr. S. Ilaydoa. doce rations. Miss Eta Smith, of Mur- - priate. Mrs. Thomas Jackson. Smith, ot freesboro. Tenn.. at the niano. and uiu Judgo W. R. Shackolford 'then spoke Fayette has been spending several days Issie Million, with the violin, ravo snv- - on "Xho iiight Atlitudo of the Citizen cral appropriate and beautiful selections toward Public Improvements." with her daughter, in IUoohhhmI Ho Mrs. Alex Decay and Mrs. E. R. Bar- - irom Wagner and Mendelssohn, while said, in part, "select competent men Miss Laura Bright, in hor clear soprano lor public service, have a public nam. sentiRev D. II. Soaaleo and Mr. Mat voice, sang very tenderly. "O. Pmmkn ment that upholds the right acts of the Me." Just at three o'clock the call oflicial and see that full value is gotten Arbtitkle left yesterday for Bowline Green, whore they wiM attend the notes of the Lohengrin wedding march for every dollar spent." "In vou. tha neo- pie, is the powor." "A community can Presbyterian Synod as delegates from were struck, the doors were thrown and the ushers, Messrs. Thos. Baldwin. have as good roads, schools and improvethe oharoh in this etty. tv alter Quinn. Joe Chonault and Mr, ments as they want." "Public prop-! Mrs. Claude Smite and son. Dr. Fred Crcary Simmons, slowly down erty in a neighborhood is the nronertv Smith, left "yesterday for Santa Anna, the aisles. First walked the came maid of of that neighborhood, and should be as 'al.. where they will make their home. honor Miss Mary O. igiiantly guarded as private property, Mr. Claude Smith has been residing of the bride, gowned .Covinirton. slsiAr most becomingly were lor a year or more. in wmie satin with yellow silk rause Mrs. Ilattio Buchanan entertained at drapery and crystal trimmings; then the hich noon Saturday Mr. and Mrs. two little cushion bearers, sister and Leonard Quinn and son, Walter Quinn, cousin of the bride. Josenbine and of Bloom ington, Illinois, Mr. and Mrs. Louise Covington, looking so hanov and We. Park and Mr. and Mrs. Walter- cay in their white frocks. Last came Park. the bride, leaning on tho arm" of her Rev. P. F. Adams and family visited lamer, superb and beautiful in her relatives in this oity and county last gant white satin gown with rose Irca and pearl trimmings and elaborate veil week. Mr. Adams was enroute to where he will serve as pas- arranged a la Decie, and carrving in y tor of the Methodist church for the en her band a shower boquet made of roses and lilies of the valloy. Mr. suing year. Mr. Mr and Mrs. U. E. Lilly, and family Haynrs and his best man. and-m- Cosbv. from he vetry room tho are tituing the formers mother, Mrs. came as oride H ( Lilly, and other relatives in beautifulshe approached the altar. Thn Episcopal ceremony was said Irvine. On their return this estimable by Mr. Barnes in amost impressive manfamily will leave for Texas where they ner, and the prayer offered for the hapwill reside. piness of the couple will long be reMr and Mrs. L. B. Herrington are re membered. Mendelessohn's wedding ceiving the congratulations of friends march, in all of its lovfulness. was ever the arrival Friday afternoon of a played as the bridal party left the QUrU(HeU UUIDe church. The bride was driven to Mrs. WW BUD. WBD B Cbeoault Ilerrington. Carlo B. Brittain's,where she changed Mre. W. II Webb, of Louisville, was her bridal robes for a most perfectly seailed to Red House to see her father, lected traveling suit. The wedding Ir llarvey Cobb, who has been quite party was driven to the station where to the many they bearded the five o'clock train for It will be gratifying ffABIlABaan At fuu ruaftri h! ia OlHoifinatL Many handsome presents his ceaution xi greatly lm- - were received br the hannv counlo. who have the heartiest congratulations of a hosi of friends in this city and county. Charles Tudor, of Shirley. 111., Dh. Wile, chief of tho Chemistrv is and relatives In the countv. Bare&u ot the Department of Agricul Twdor bears the evidence of pros ture, will hereafter have largely Inperity, linaocially abA otherwise. He creased authority. Case of not being exyacu. to buy while hore and take able to down a good man. OWEN McKBB The Richmond Climax. and each citizen should sec that no wanton damage is done to school house, bridge or road." He spoke earnestly and his speech was listened o with marked attention throughout. An oral spelling conten was then conducted by Prof. Robinson, in which eight out of twelve schools of the Division we.re represented. Tho prize of three dollars was won by Miss Maude Teater, of Miss Lucy Williams' school. A bountiful dinner was then served by tho good women of tho neighborhood, pies, chicken, cake, ham, beaten biscuit, in fact everything good to cat truly a Madison County basket dinner. A talk was then made by Prof. II. II. Brock on "Text-Metho- d Power." He said: "Text is fixed by law, the teacher cannot change the adopted series', but can aid by knowing tho exact point of the pupil's advancement and by mastering the text in hand ; not to keep hammering on the. samo point, but to strike where needed. Splice tho ropo of advancement so as to be as strong as any part, but not to waste ropo and timo by continual splicing. A competent teacher is no slave tp any text-boobut master of many. A method, a plan, the knowlteacher must have and a familiar edge of the different methods successfully used in any one branch. As an architect has u systematic knowledge of types of buildings, so should a teachor bo as to methods. That each recitation should have a definite point, a series of recitations a definite surfaco of related points, and that finally by building surface on surfaco you have a solid' cube of knowledge. This illustrated by tho subject of reading, word getting, the point, thought getting, the surface, and finally a broad and comprehensive study of literature, the solid. That any method used should fix. repair, build, advance, and keep interest of pupil. That the power to make clear to drop into the nature of the child, to draw that nature out, build up the weak points and strengthen the strong ones is a God given power; that great teachers are born not made; that grutfness or statoly bearing docs not take the place or power; that euthusiasm and bluster may mean a kind of interest, but does not always indicate power; that tho greatest power is treouently found in a person of very quiet and simple bearing." He closed by picturing the scenes and circumstances surrounding the parablo of the sower, inwiiicntne greatestof all teach ers exemplified the use of these essen tial elements: Text, Method-PoweA declamatory contest was then held in which the various schools of the divi sion were represented. The contestants all did well. The Judgos were Prof. Bridges, Caneer and Robinson.and Prof. Bridges in a very happy and humorous vein delivered tho prizo of three dollars to tho winner. Miss Annie B. Scrivner, from Mrs. Lflie Ilamm s school. During the day a contest had been silently going on among the schools in written work. The prize of two dollars for the best original problem was won by Miss Mary Saunders from Miss Lucy Wil liams school. A prize of two dollars for tho best relief map of .North Amerca was won by Miss Linda Bello Wil liams, from Dr. J. E. Million's school. Also a prizo of two dollars for the best business letter was won by Miss Nina vi imams, irom Miss Emma Sowers' r. Watch for the largo advertising pro gram for the DelSarte entertainment to be given Thursday evening, uct. rj. ior the benefit of the Ladles' Lid of the Baptist church. Their program contains 75 advertisements , from many of the most enterprising business firms of Richmond and it will be mailed out all over tho county and sent to all tho homes, and it will bo to your interest to read every word on it. Morgan's Monument On Wednesday, October 18. tho statuo crectc l to the memory dt Gon. John H. Morgan and his m.on, by tho Daughters of the Confederacy, will bo unveiled, is in tho court houso yard in lexingipn. The unvsiling will bo a notabjo event to mauy brave men who fought under Morgan's leadership and to many sons and daughters of bravo mon who havo passed away. Madison county will bo there at tho tap of the drum with a full quota of her rcpresentave citizens. Lid. J. W. McGarvey Dead. at his residenco in Lexington, Elder J. At 10:15 o'clock Friday night. Oct. (S. W. McUarvey died in tho .lrd year oi his ago. Elder McGarvey had been sick only a few days and was thought to be out of danger, having taken a ride over tho city the day ho died. Mrs. Alcuar-vewho is in hor eightieth year and has been an invalid for some time, w s not with her husband when tho final summons came, having left Lexington Entire Set made ot selected Solid Oak, beautifully finished in Early English, upholstered in Boston Leather over a construction Thursday to go to a hoalth resort. Not oil tempered steel spring supports. This is a most remarkable offer. A whole suite complete for only only because of his position as president a suite tha tho Bible College In Lexington, but Every article is of the latest Mission Style and in Early English, and put together by the most skilled workmen of because of bis scholarship, researches in any house could be proud of. & & & liiblical literature and lucid exposition of the doctrine of tho Disciples of Christ. McUarvey lias been regarded ior years as one of the great leaders of church thought in America, and his (Successor to Luman & Higgins.) dsath is not only a loss to his city and state, but will bo felt throughout the Christian world where his writings and teaching have exerted a great infinence For Rent for good. His funeral was held at the Having decided to discontinue houseCentral Christian Church, thence his keeping, I wish to rent my dwelling on burial in the Lexington cometcry. HELPFUL HINT5 ON HAIR Second street. House is in good ropair, seven rooms with all necessary out buildHLALTH. ings, stable, good pasture, garden, etc. I also have Al Jersey milch cow. 5calp and Hair Troubles Gen Apply to T.for.sale Beautiful, therefore pleasing. 13-J. Moberly. erally Caused by Sanitary, therefore healthful. For-- Rent y, $12.75 A WHOLE ROOM FUIX OF FURNITURE Arm Chair, Rocker, Reception Chiar and Library Table $12.75 $12.75. jtjtjt W. F. HIQGINS, A Dollar a Week will do. RICHMOND, KENTUCKY Insist on "having a perfect bathroom. Durable, therefore economical. tf PERSONALS s get 1 1 putting them into the hands of the child. A thirst to know morp, within tho child himself, was the mainspring to all reading as well as .all educational advancement. At tho conclusion of Professor Bridges speech the meeting was closed with benediction by Dr. W. K. Price. The program committee, composed of Miss Stolla Hendrcn. Miss Alice Whit-loc-k and Miss Marv ilamm rendered splendid service in carryint out tho definite plan that mado this meeting a marked success, and they had the hearty of tho body of teachers of that division. The music, conducted by Mr. Elvada Tudor, was a pleasing feature of the meeting. This was indeed a great meot-inIt indicates that tho people of this section arc alive in their desire for more and better education for their children. Lot us have meetings like this iii every section of the county. g. school. A talk on reading was then given by Prof. Undgcs in which ho urged the parents to tell folklore stories to their children, thus creating a desire to know more by reading;tocarofully solect books given children and. read them beforo to get rid of them, and a single stroke oi an infected comb or brush may well lead to baldness. Never try on anybody d is a resting else's hat. Many a place for microbes. happen to bo troubled with dan drutf, itching scalp, falling hair or bald ness, romedy which we bolicyo will completely relieve those troubles Wo are so sure of this that wo olfor it to you With tho understanding that it will cost you nothing for tho trial if it does not produco tho results we claim. This remedy is called Rexall t)3" Hair Tonic. Wo honestly believe it to bo the most scientific remedy for scalp and hair troubles, and wo know of nothing else that equals it for effectiveness, bc- causo of the results it has produced in thousands of casos. Roxali Hair Tonic is devised to banish dandruff, restoro natural color when its loss has been brought about by disease, and mako tho hair naturally silky, sou anu glossy. It doesTthis be cause it stimulates the hair follicles, de stroys tho germ matter, and brings about a free, healthy circulation of blood. which nourishos the hair roots, causing them to tighten and grow new hair. Wo want everybody who has any trouble with hair or scalp to know that we think that Rexall "03" Hair Tonic is the best hair tonic and restorative in existence. and no one should scoff at or doubt this statement untill they havo put our claims to a fair test, with tho under standing that thoy pay us nothing for tho remedy if it does not givo full Bnd complete satisfaction in ovory particu lar. Two sizes, 50 cents and $1.00. Remember, you can obtain Rexall Rome- dies in Richmond only at our store the uexall btore U. L. Ferry. Richmond. Kentucky. hat-ban- Residence, C rooms and kitchen, in Dandruff is a contagious disease caused by a microbo which also produces bald good repair and tn good neighborhood. ness. Never use a comb or brush bo Apply to longing to somo ono else. 2o matter Hiss Leo Prather at 'W. D. Oldham & how cleanly the owner may bo, these 15-t-f articles mav bo infected with microbes, Co's which will infect your scalp. It is far Dan Rrcck, fire, lightning cyclone easier to catcli hair microbes than it is and live stock insurance. tf A Household gives' Confidence. Remedy that Is Foley's Honey and Tar Compound Mrs. T. J. Adams, 522 No. Kansas Ave.. Columbus, Kas., writes: "For a number of years my children have been subject to coughs and colds I got some of Foley's Honey and Tar Compound and have And besides this let it have an individuality, an expression of your own tastes, which will show to your friends your love of artistic surroundings. This is easily done as you have such a variety of pleasing designs of 'Standard" plumbing fixtures to select from and our aid in laying out the plumbing plans, and even in suggestions as to suitable wall finishes, windows, etc., which will be given if desired. Your wishes we will endeavor to follow closely and it will be worth while to let us estimate for you. Standard" "Copley" Lavatry found that it cured their coughs and colds in a vory short timo. so I keep it in tho houso all the time." Stockton & Son. Foil Sale Sawed oak tobacco sticks. W Low prices. Will ship any amount from 100 to a carload. Writo quick. Estill Lumber & Timber Co., 11-Irvine, Ky. Richmond Heating & Plumbing Company Dyspepsia is our national ailment Rurdock Blood Hitters is the national euro for it. It strengthens stomach membranes, promotes flow of digestive juices, purities tho blood, builds you up. Wanted. A farm of about 50 acres or loss near Richmond, Ky., well improved and on or near pike. I will pay cash or will exchange property in Hawkins Co., Tenn. My property consists of Dwelling W. O. PARK, wiTn PINNELL-McMULLE- N House, large ware house, livorv and salo stand, sixteen room boardiug houso and restaurant, opera house and black smith shop. I exchange any part or all of this property for . small farm near Richmond. Call or address. A. II. Cross. Rogersville. Tenn. P. O. Box 23. 12-- LIVE STOCK COMMISSION CO., KANSAS CITY STOCK YARDS, Quotes prices of stock and feeding cattle as follows: to choice fleshy steers, 1150 to 1200 lbs to choice stock steers, S50 to 1000 lbs to choice yearling steers.. to choice steer calves, 7 to 10 monlhs old to choice heifer calves, 7 to 10 months oW to choice 1 and 2 year old heifers to choice stock cows. 3 to 5 years old Kansas City, Mo., October 0. 1011. Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Corsets Coats 'units Gossard Corsets fectly Fitted ' Per-- Looking Through. Our list of paints you will be amaze at the many varities for special uses. English Spavin Liniment removes Hard, Soft or Calloused Lumps and Blemishes from horses: also Blood Spav ins, Curbs, Splints, Sweeney, Ring Bone Stifles, Sprains, Swollen Throats, Coughs etc. You may savo $50 by the use of ono bottle. Sold by Perry s Drup Store. o 360 4.95 .1.50 SM 5Ji6 5.40 5.10 1.36 . l.tfi 1.50 3.0G 3.S5 3.75 There Are Paints For Lvery NO SMOKE NO SOOT ' NO DIRT EVERYTHING CONSUMED Purpose. From tho usful water paints for cellar walls, barns, etc., to the finest of varnishes and polishes for tho furnitdre or piano. Toll us what you want to do and wo'll supply tho paint product with which to do it At the end of a season's use with soft coal, there will be no soot in the pipe or flue W. THE ZENITH OF STOVE PERFECTION air-tig- ht Nuxol and Victor Suits B Juett & Son Wall Paper and Paints Phono 140 and Coats - Made to "special order" only Style, lit and material guaranteed-. Call and see samples and style books. 203 East Main RICHMOND. KY Mrs. - J. A. Moores Richmond, Ky. 220 Second Street Its Money Saving Every time you place your GROCERY ORDER-witiis. You get the benefit lowest market prices THE BEST IN QUALITY. The placing of your grocery order with us mean's that at the end of the year you have accomplished a h of-th- e has helped countless thousands of thin, weak, delicate children made them strong, plump and robust. It creates an appetite, aids digestion, fills the veins with rich" red blood. action for damages. f earth at theicost. The only perfect lloor heater that is orpins ever ' been made. All features are patented and no stovemanufac-e- 1 uuici, uowci ui uoci v.u,ij iiuijr ur samefor 17. years from date of patent without incurring liability for an one-hal- principle. It will be as good a fire keeper twenty years hence as it is today. The Hot Blast Air-TigFlorence' will beat twice the space that can be heated by any other stove on ht The only jointless leg bottom and base with and large ash pan that is on the market or has ever been made in the history of the stove industry. The jointless leg bottom and base makes the stove below the grate, which is the only true full-radiatio- fire-keepi- ng 1 1 If is ing to directions: the Florence is operated accord- . . worth while economy After illness or loss of weight from any cause, it brings strength and flesh quicker than anything else. ALL Sewell & jyicKinney Telephones 1 Tho No. 21 will heat 1 small room all winter with two tons of slack or .lump coal. The No. 49 er No. 21 will heat 2 or 3 small rooms all winter with 2 3--1 tons of slack or lump coal. The No. 51 or No. 25 will heat 3 or 4 rooms all winter with 3 tons of slack or lump coal. The No. 53 or No. 27 will heat'5 rooms all winter with 4 tons of slack or lumD coal. Tho No. 55 will heat a large slbro or school room with 0 tons of slack or lumo coal. For a church, less coal will be reanlrad- Will burn a ton less of hard csal than a hard coal base burner of the same size and heat twice the space. FOR SALE BY '1 6 and 223 DRUGGISTS 11-- DOUGLAS, SIMMONS & DEATHLRAGE The 2nd Street Hardware Store - g, Kil-larn- Gr3nd George Barr McGutcheons Pera House-Wednesda- y Night, October 18 el A. G. Delamater and Wm. Norris Present the Original Stupendous New York and Chicago Production of i 25 A Notable Cast of 25 I Carload of Massive Scenery Note-T- his Beverljy i 39 Dramatized from theNovel; 'Beverly ol Grattslirk by RobL M. Baker iw A Fortune! in Gorgeous Military Costumes Seats now on Sale at Wines' Drug Store" CinJ Wti, St iixas, Etc Prices $J.00, 75, 50 and 25 Cents -- 1 Company is Playing in First-clas- s Theatres in LoufcvHte, Going to Build? Men The Richmond Climax .1 McCalf HE tmrna ekrt wimkm? m CLIMAX PRINTING C (Incorporated.) Pres. and Mgr. Sec'y-Trea- s, Patterns 10 Beautiful Fall Millinery Without Extravagant Prices Exquisite, becoming;, tasty Millinery in an astonishing; variety. Styles offer a varied choice. Simplicity is the keynote One may choose a hat fashioned on long;, narrow lines, or select a wide-bridress shape or any of the variations between; all styles shown here are authentic, and m j, .CLASSY. . and 15 Cents v. Autumn Styles IN MEN'S SUITS Lumber BMS-CQsMQa IF SO, LET US FIGURE YOUR A. D. Miller W. G, White Mtmb.r .KENTUCKY PRESS ! ASSOCIATION Wonder TEAS 1911 $12.50 & $15 In the latest fashions. All and EIGHTH PISTRICT PUBUSI'ERS IEAGUE. ?BICE $1.00 PER IN ADVANCE LUmBBR Incorporated DOMPAHY WEDNESDAY OCT 11 - Hose Hairs in a Near L& A. Depot Telephone 425 Young Xsst 5 Registration. Tuesday's registration in the city re sulted as follows: Court House. Democrats : 23S Republicans ... 93 Independents 8 Democrats Republicans Independents snappy models, gingery and full of life, the kind the young fellows like. All exceptional in clever all-wo- k ol Velours and Worsted, in a big all-wo- ol THE NEW- - City Hall. 114 135 Kentucky Disc Drills r received a car load of Kentucky Disc Drills. Before buying call and let us show you thisdrill. Only force feed drill on the market. Runs alike up hill and down when the hopper is full or almost Men Pbancis. -- $1 BOX variety of new pattern effects, new shades of brown, blue, tan and gray Democrats Kepublicans Independents 15G US Z. 25 154 Becomingness boy's suns Good serviceable, fancy 5uits that wear wellsizes 6 to 6 all-wo- Normal. Democrats Republicans . Independents i. Total registration : Democrats . . Kepublicans Independents.. . ... . 83 9 CI2 401 4' We have just Now, that you are thinking of your fall suit and overcoat, suppose you drop into our store, and let us show you some of Adler's Collegian Clothes. The reputation of this make of clothes is without a peer. We have handled many makes in the p;st, but for style, fit, and wearing qualities, Adler's Collegian Clothes surpass them all. They cost you no more than ordinary makes, J-- Guaranteed x to Is a Characteristic wear 4 months. our new Fall Millinery. Every woman will find here just the hat she looks best in. of ol 1 $2.50 BOY'S SUITS Very fine quality, and nicely tailored. all-wo- 1,153 . S. STAMPER, KENTUCKY. Take Your Common Colds Seriously. severe and freouent. lay the foundation of chronic diseased conditions of tho nose and throat, and may develop into bronchitis, pneumonia anu consumption. or all couehs and colds in children and in grown persons laue roiey s noney ana xar Compound promptly. After exposure, and when you feel a cold coming on, take Foley's Honey and Tar Compound. It checks and relieves Use no snbstitule. The genuine in a yellow package always, Stockton & Son. Common colds, For MEN, ol All RICHMOND, WOMEN, McCall Pattearns 10 the latest styles 6 to 17 CUAMANTtCO sizes empty. and 15 cents. $5.00 ADLER'S 0. B. Shackeleford Telephone 33 Money to Loan on Good Farm Lands. In-B- Automobiles Painted. E. V. ELDER, Richmond, Ky Co. A TRAINING 5CHOOL FOR TEACH LR5. Courses leading to Elementary Stato Certificate, Intermediate State Certificate, Advanced Slate Certificate (this certificate becomes a Life Diploma). All these curifticuios are valid in all Public Schools in Kentucky. Special Courses, Review Courses. Tuition Free to Appointees Two splendid Dormitories, New Modod Schoool, New Manual Training Duilding, Practice School, Students can enter to advantage at any time. Address J. C. CRABBE, President. Richmond, Kestvcey. Eastern Kestdckt State Normal, C5 Main Street, West iu my snop on ihiru St. I am pre pared to paint and trim Automobiles, Carriages, Buggies and Vehicles of all kinds. I havo a painter of long ex perience and who understands his business, Prices as low as consistent with first class work. Give me a trial. Horse shoeing, Blacksmithing and repairing in all branches. 12-James A Moores. tf Don't trifle with a cold is Rood advice for prudent mon and women. It may be vital in case "of a child. There is nothing better Cough Ttm Northwestern Mutual LHe U Remedy forthan Chamberlain's in chilcoughs ranee 0i., will loan money at 5 per dren. It js safe and and colds sale by sure. For cent Merest on good Improved farm Stockton & Son. Iambi b Mortp'e. Apply to J. C Clienault, Alt v. Dan Breck. fire, lightning, cyclone Richmond, Ky. ti and live stock insurance. tf Foley's Kidney Remedy vs. a Hopeless Case. Hon, Ark. J. E. Freeman says: "J had a severe case of kidney trouble and could not work and my case seemed hopeless I used several well known kidney remedies, and had the services of a doctor, all of which gave me no re lief. One large bottle of Foley's Kidney Romcdy cured mo and I havo never been bothered since. I havealso recommend ed it to my friends who all received the same good results." Slockton & Son, WHY O 50 WEAK? OK! For the new Meat Market and Groc-ervman. 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, -- o Kidney Troubles May be Sap s ping your Life Away. tf) Richmond People Have Learned This Fact. o When a healthy man or woman begins to run down without apparent cause, be 3 comes weak, languid, depressed, suffers cc backache, headache, dizzy spells and C9 urinary disorders, kidney weakness may D be the cause of it all. Keep the kidneys -i D well and they will keep you well. Doan's c O Kidney Pills make sick kidneys well. - Can Richmond readers demand further proof than the following statement: Elbridge G. Evans, Depot St., Ky., says: "Judging from my experience with Doan's Kidney Pills, I DENTIST can say that they aro an excellent remedy and one that lives up to the claims Lick, made for it. I suffered from a severe Crown, Bridge and Inlay work a attack of kidney trouble for some time. Specially. My back ached intensely and I had soreness across my kidneys that made it Office in Bank Building. hard for me to move about My bladder seemed to be aflectpd and the kidney Taxes Due. secretions were tooTrequent in passage Your taxes for the year 1911 are now at times, while at others there was a Come complete retention. I at length began in my' hands for collection. using in'early and avoid tho rush, as well as eficial Doan's Kidney Pills and thoir benelfect was noticeable from the by prompt payment. first. I was soon completely cured and saving tho penalty, tf D. A. McCord. Sheriff. for that reason 1 am glad to give this remedy my endorsement." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cent's. Foster-Milbur- n Co., Buffalo, New York, solo agents for the United States. Remember the namo Doan's and ord- take no other. Are the largest -- Excursion to LEXINGTON DUffi October 3 to October 14 We refund your railroad fare. Every merchant his a bran new stock. Lexington Trots are bister than eve1 Call on your Lexington friends. One hundred stores in which to trade. Many good shows at the theatres. Evory dollar spent counts for you. Treat yourself to a royal good time. Only- good goods in Lexington stores. - O Proud to be Kentuckian. hen the Duko and Duchess de Choiseul, of France, were in Louisville, several days ago, Madame la Duchesse, who was the beautiful Miss Lucy Tate, of Stanford, and a former pupil of old Daughters College hero, where she is well known, showed her loyalty to her native State. In Answer to a question she said, "Abroad when they ask me if am an Americin, I say, 'No, I am a Kentuckian.' You see there are three distinct types of people from this coun try over there Americans, Viginians, and Kentuckians, and I am always proud to say I belong to tho latter class. H. I. PATRICK Nich-olasvill- e, Let all take advantage of the free trip. Extraordiaury Fall showing this year. Xcellent opportunity to see new styles. Intention is good but doing is better come Not a dull moment if you come. Greatest market in Central Kentucky. Trots are greatest racing event in world. Our points of interest are worth seeing. Never was such an opportunity presented. Paint Kentucky Jas. C Dahlman, "Cowboy" Mayor of Omaha, "Throws the "Lariat'. How to get your railroad fare Refunded! 5how your return ticket to any Lexington Merchant whose windows are decorated with the big red cards and he will present you with a refund of fare check book DON'T FAIL 8-- BR OADDUS, G C Sale Second Street Telephone 39 & Co all-arou- nd 3'our residences a "A store buildings need WHEN painted and papered, or decorated iu any way, see me about it, as I ain prepared to do all kinds of er buyers of cattle, hogs, sheep, lambs, and calves at the Cincinnati Union Stock Yards. Consign your stock to them and receive the highest market prices. Holies of Election. Mayor Jas. C. Dahlman is of an inter esting and impressive personality. Start ing his career as a cowboy, he is at pres ent Mayor of Omaha, and has the follow ing record to his credit: Sheriff of Dawes Co., Neb., three terms; Mayor of Chad-rotwo terms; Democratic National Committeeman eight years; Mayor of Omaha, six years, and in 1910 candidate for Uovernor or Nebraska. Writincto Foley & Co., Chicago, he says: "I have taken Foley Kidney Pills and they have given me a great deal of relief, sol cheerfully recommend tnem. Yours truly, (signed) jas. U. lUnLMAN. Stockton & Son. n, TO SHOW- - YOUR RAILROAD TICKET PUBLIC SALE Blue Grass Farm for 5ale Betsy's Pointers a woman with good sense but w had beauty enough to make ner-se- lf highly agreeable. If you wish to see faces light up with joy and satisfaction just drop in among the customers at W. D.-R. S. Norris. Painting, Decorating and Paper Hanging. materials on your I will use nothing in the way of inspect at all times work except such as I invite you to bafore being applied to your house, etc. Also, I will appreciate a share of rour patronage, and promise you in return for same honest work and materials. Very respectfully yours, TO INSURE YOUR HOUSE WITH Freeman AT ONCE IT THAN TO WAIT UNTIL BURNS AND' WISH YOU HAD W.L.LEEDS Third H. e. DOTY, SURVEYOR , 5treet Richmond, Ky solicage of those its patron needing services of a competent man. Address, - RICHMOND, KENTUCKY. New Tailoring Shop VOOO samples to select from. Cleaning and Pressing by " ' 'V ' ' ;' 'Tailors. . George Marischen,Cutter t -- J,. B. Stoulfer has reopened a first class shop. Suits made Over border made at home by experiened Tailors. ) Petition. The Republican platform endorses Notice is hereby givep that thoro will Willson's Administration. In this we bo hold by the officers of tho regular suppose was included the work of the November election on State Board of Equalization which raised NOVEMBER 7, 1911, the assessment of farm land in the stato an election submitting to the voters of $01,000,000 after the farmers themselves Foxtown Magisterial district, No. 3, tho had given them in at an increase of question whether or not cattle or any $25,000,000 in valuation. Wo havo no species thereof shall bo allowed to run at doubt that the farmers will take real large on the public roads in said district. pleasure (?) in expressing their endorse Done by order of court this September ment of this act when they go to vote in 14, iUU. Attest: R. B. TERR1LL, Novembor. Elizabothtown News. 14-Clerk Madison Co. Court. Lame back is one of the most common A few Biliousness is due to a disordered con forms of muscular rheumatism.Liniment of Chamberlain's dition of the stomach. Chamberlain's applications J; or sale by Stockton ss Tablets are essentially a stomach medl will give relief. Son. cine, intended especially to act on that organ; to cleanse it, strengthen it. tone Stick To It and invigorate it, to regulato the liver and to bamsn biliousness positively and John Wanuamaker, the big Philadel or sale by Stockton & Son, citectuauy. phia merchant, says: "Advertising is not an enterprise for a quitter. If there is ono enterprise on earth a quitter should leave alone it is advertising. To make a success of advertising one must be prepared to stick like a barnacle to a boat's bottom. Ho should know beforo be begins that he must spend money, Because dollar for dollar we do lots of it. Somobody must tell him that he cannot hope to obtain results com not believe thoro is anything else mensurate with his expenditures early in the. game. Advertising doesn't jerk on earth that brings tho sai pulls. It begins very gently at first, pleasure as a homo. And again, it but tho pull is steady. It increases day oy investing right here in your by day and year by year until it exerts homo community you aro dealing an irresistible power." A. C. Reed and Others, ) On NOTICE. Endorsing Willson's Adminis tration. t Tudiciously Spent Money is That Put Into Homes I WILL ON the estate of W. As Administrators of Tuesday, October 17, 1911 Ralston, we will sell at ten o clock a, on at 10 o'clock a. m., on the premises, offer at public sale a eood blue grass farm Jlad-isn- n 4 Oct. 26, 1911, containing 101 Ky.,ocres. situated in on the Boonesboro county, pike (this is the pike from Richmond to throe miles south of Paint Lick, on Winchester), about 8 miles from three miles from Red House, a Paint Hck and White Lick pike, the following real estate and personal pro station on the L. & N. railroad, and within hall a mile of a public school,and perty: two miles of two churches. 1 has a good 91 Acres Good Bluegrass houso with excellent frame seven-roocistern, barn, buggy house, crib and Land The land is all other outbuildings. y resi- good bluegrass land and is all in grass. on which there is a nico dence, containing six rooms, new barn old or new, except a acres wnicn was ia School house con corn this year. The farm is well water and outbuildings. venient. All tuts lana is in grass wuu ed and fenced. thn oxceDtion of IS acres for corn. This At the same time there will be a sale property is well watered and is an ideal of the personalty owned by the underhome. Tne following stock will be sold sieneu ana oy itooert u. iniu, imo icn at same time and place: ant. consisting of one pair of mules; one sad good Jersey milch cow; one Jersey heifer Two brood mares: 1 call; one carriage; one corapianicr, one die mare; 3 suckling mules; 1 mule colt: 2 ased mules: 10 head disc harrow; two double shovel plows; hogs; 23 head 6t cattle, consisting or three sets plow gear; ofle cider press; one wagon; one dump cart; one stcerc and heifers. Farming implements consisting of wagons, harrows, plows, coal oil tank, etc, together with the binders, wheat drill, rakes and com household and kitchen furniture. planter. Terms will be made known" on TERMS One third cash with day of sale. in one and two years with six (0) per cent interest, secured by a lien retained J. T. Ralston & Bros. on the land. For further information apply to Administrators 10-E. 8. JOUETT, Trustee, Paint Lick, Ky. Winchester, Ky. Fire, Life, Accident and Health Insur SeeW. W. Broaddus & Co. for all ance. The very Desi oia line vAmpanie tf f, kinds of storage. Apt. Vtm, S. Broaddus, "I have never seen Thursday, 3-- Uich-mon- d, m two-stor- Lackey & Todd The Home of Low Prices and Square Dealing " Opera Telephone 62 House-Building - ld ld A Rare Beauty every gem in cur nne collection of jewels is, and their rich color and brilliancj and uni que and exquisite setting make them fit frifts for a Queen. We have everything that i new and novel in pins, rings, ear screws and drops two-hor- at prices that are remarkable for their low figure 2-- t-- ' ; Also large line of ready made , Clothing, Hats, and Furnishing Goods at reduced price. :y". A 1 R. . ' m STOUFER. ; . , in values you understand and with people you know; hence th a risk of loss is completely eliminated. What you dont know about lum ber wo are hero to toll you and we may be abte to holp you avoid many of the mistakes that are frequently mado in.the selection of lumber uusuited for different purposes. Some lumber is O. K. (or outside' uses and not worth a cent for interior finish, and vice versa. We know just what Js b&t for most purposes and have itln stock to show you. Drop in and let's talk it over Just Like 5ome Folks. A dog sat out in tho midnight chill and howlod at tho beaming moon ; his knowledge" of music was strictly nil and his voice was out of tune. He howled and he howled as the hours went by, while dodging the bricks we threw, till the moon was low in the western sky. aad his voice was split in two. And therewasn't a thing at which to howl over which a pup should weep, and the course of the dog was wrong and foul, for people were wild to sleep. There are plenty of men like that blamed Jtooi hound, who yell whea. there s nothing wrong; disturbing the country with senseless sound tho pessimist's doleful song Ex. Cirmitr Make vonr home as modem for vonr family as a city ret dence and place yourself in a position to get tne latest marsei quotations ai ny time. This can be accomplished by means of our telephone service, when nri mrnr neighbor can pet for a sum that Is small compared with the ben efits received. Call or address our nearest office or write direct to headquarters unn Nashville, Tennessee, lor information regarding our special rate If at preseat you are not enjoying telephone service, we can immediately interest yon. our lines cover ine oisiss oi rveuiucny. louuctmc, uiiaoiBoipu Louisiana and the aoutnern portion oi xnuiaaa anu imauw. Rural Telephones w F. J. YEAGER BEAR IN MIND That our grocery is one of the most complete to be found anywhece, and our service is unsurpassed. Telephone your order. Our stock of field seeds is the best in the county. We guarantee them, Try us with an order and you will always be a cusa : : : : : tomer. iiAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE CO., Incorporated Big Prices For Hides We have enlarged our warehouse and can handle all th Tallow. Wool. Rasrs, Bones, Gin seng and Feathers that you bring. Remember we pay the highest prices. We buy Hides Rubber Md all kinds of metals and scrap iron. Bring-wk- at you have , 222 West Mam btreet. "There's m Phct Ukt Todd-Edwar- ds Lumber Co If you are going to have a party, have Riccl mftke your brick cream in tf1 delicious manner. The best plaster. A piece of flannel dnpend with Chambrlt's Liniment is ad bound on over tho affMted superior to a plster and cwrts ealy oae-tetas mteb. For sale by Stockton thl I HAVE FOR SALE THE for feaco, Bt Brcc all kinds of Water Tank, etc., aod Machinery. Repairs lor any kinab o1 ' KENTUCKY D. B. Mfclinney Soeeeseer to Tate fc pf Ut M. RICHMOND WIDES Phot 343 5m Tetephone.35 IL Main Street Son, Circumstances Alter Cases W. D. OLDHAM and CO THEY BEGIN THE FALL SEASON WITH THE MOST PULL OFF A NEW SXUIMX STUPENDOUS SALE Ever Held in Richmond V.. uoi wT 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 the drouth in their vicinities, and the mills and factors 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 merchandise ever before offered in this city &d YE S , i e. 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 1 ' 1 1 hi "in 1 ai 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 Si I a-l- ert nil 1. S7-- V We don't do anything halfway. We don't advertise a sale and not have it. You will be shown the 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 up-to-d- ate w 2s when you see the BIG BARGAINS BE 7 we are naming during this sale If I Cf O ins Saturday, October - Closes Saturday, October 21st You Can Buy Cottons and Linens. . Lace 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 Tr 7 per yard, our price I-2c Curtains New lot pf Laoo Curtains Just received from the mill Beautiful copies of Irish Points, Brussels, Cluny. Marie Antoinette and Filet .Laces. AH made double twisted thread with patent over-loc- k edges. If thero is a place in your home for Cus'jxins now is the time to buy them.. 2 3 and 3 2 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, vShoes For Men i For Women for Shoes -- Good bleached Muslin,-lul- l yard Wide, no dressing,., regular 8 J -- 3c value, our sale price A Flyer in Small Wares Zr and Notions For Children Ym me Ihj them during this sale and save enough money to bay many useful things durmg the cold weather this winlor. Oar entire new stock of IVa. Kneeknds fine Shoes for men. Queen QuuaHi$-- fine Shoes Mae of misses and children's shoesan ge in this sale at greatly reduced prices. Besides we will have g real maksfuMetaM kinds ef Shoes, all good, at less than half price. ion'l Miss them. Htnea, OUpp & Tapley's celebrated all pure silk, regular 25c value. The burgains you will see in Ribbons will alone pay you for your visit. Perain Hair Ribbon, 5 inches wide, Sale price . Ribbon 10c yard 50 whole' bolts of Lonsdale Bleach "Cotton will be sold during 73 this sale at 4C 25 whole bolts Pepperel Bleach Sheeting, J 4 wide, will be' sold at per yard 0-- )y 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, reg- - C ular JOc value, sale price. OC Honeycomb Wash Rags, 3 for 10c White Cotton Tape, all widths, I c Good Pearl Butcons, regular 5c per card, sale price 2c Ladies' satin back extra. strong Elastic Sup-- - "JO porters, regular 50c sellers, safe OC Sanitary D.inking Cups, Ic . Sanitary Hair Nets, the best, 5c 500 dozen nice cambrfr ViomcffTt,aJ f. r ' well worth from 8 to Mr. arh. r u sold during this sale at 12c dozen or C ei'pect: Don't fail to soq them Colored Draperies a Tlain Nets during this sale a aimost haU the regular price. One Inf. lorlla - -- uvo monas, in beautiful Sale price One lot ladles' 01 Nice, wide, all silk ribbon, 5c per yard rgains Look all, over the house for you everywhere -ba- Standard Apron Ginghams usually sold at 7 2 and 8 H our price during this sale i-- 1- -3 This sale opens promptly at 8 'o'clock 5aturday morning, October 7th, and closes Saturday night, October 21st, 10,000 yards of the very best Calicoes, all colors, black, gray, indigo, blues, shirting prints, reds etc., all the very be, brands will be- sold during this sale right off the bolt at per yard - price.. OiiUf I, 1 iVl- - rr patterns. 23 cents Long made out of beautiful Kiinkle Cloth, in solid colors, pink, light blue, lavender and ueauuiuuy trimmed; Sale price as Ar trjf at 10 o'clock ::::::::: each f ; A in new iTicrcijaiiuise ai iyiigniy II NT 98. cents LOW rnces pr,tty patterns; regular One lot or extra fine Oldham an Co mm a J rt-- . S! v , 98c O waist and sleeves. Paerns, nicely made,, gathered iwaMMttiaa ; mmmmmmmummmmwnMrm miTw rum- - When You Add something eacli 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, Jiow rapidly your home becomes attract! vewitli new things, if. ypu follow this plan of adding something new every W GET FIRST PICK OF THE NEW Fall 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. v We show them in fine patent leathers, tans and gun metals, both in button and lace for dress-u- p wear; and some special Calf skin stock for extra, hard outdoor All they ask is a trial. j j long-weari- ng spring. Tke longer we are in the clothing buiness, the more we are impressed with the fact that the best suits sell first. The most artistic patterns, the richest by-earl- y It A Splendid Stock of New Up-to-Da- te Furniture, Mattings and Rugs Ready for your selection now. colorings, the best fabrics, are invariably selected buyers. Early buyers also get the advantage of the styles while newest, as well as a full season's wear out of their suits. For these reasons, we ask you to come as early as convenient and let us show you the new Fall and Winter Styles in " service. Price, $3.50 and $4.00 KENTON SUITS. ENNETT and UNDER S100 ' H I PP NG U AK cf ,( n Catarrh Hall's Catarrh Care f fuw now keewn to the meil-atarrh tietae; a eeMtHettonal a roaa(itatVaal treatBMOt. t! i are la takes tatmallr. actlnc ih.' blood aaa aaotoai mrfaeM ef Reward, $100 this taper will be pleated to is at lea! w dreaded diaeafie bf"n able to cure in all lta uUrtac the fmadattM That good ice cream at Ricci's lion. W. A f'llllnn f speak in Richmond on October IS !.: tf ...Ml At the last meeting of the City Council eight building permittswero granted. Hon. Edward McDermott, of Louis ville, will speak at the Court house tjday at 1:30 o'clock. Mr. J. B. Parks purchased last week from Mr. John Crider his farm of 120 acres, near College Hill, paying for same $3,000. On account of Columbus Day boing a legal holiday the four banks of the city will be closed tomorrow, Thursday. Oct. 12. aud (iTtac the pattest etreactb m-- . the i Ilia Hob aa 't- - wart:. Ike proprtttora bare " ii lta earatira pawtn that tfeer m l lloBarx far aar oaoe that It s. ud for Uat of terttaaeaiala. 3 T J CHRNEX & CO-- . 7Med. O. 1, Drajariata. Tie. eefiAtpaUon. I' s rmllj- rilta for aottls You'll find the Kenton make without a superior in the clothing world. Kenton fabrics retain their fresh, new appearance, and Kenton tailoring keeps its shape and style to the full satisfaction of the wearer. For the coming season Browns will hold first olace 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: HAN AN SHOES THE WORLD'S FINEST FOR MEN. Hanan Shoes are known the world over as the finest made for men. show them in all the newest styles. Wear them once, you'll always wear them. We PRICES, $5.00, $5.50, $6.00. Dr. M. Dunn Specialist D scasos i The State Library Association met at or EYE. EAR, NOSE Berea Thursday and Friday .last week. and THIIOAT BVig. Richmond, Ky An excellent program was carried to a successful completion. A bank In this city lately received the following note from a ladv: "Please stop payment on the check I wrote out today, as I accidently burned it up." "I have been somewhat costive, but Doan's Regulars gave just the resuits desired. They act mildly and regulate the bowels perfectly." Geo. B. Krause, $15, $16.50, $17, $18, $20, $22.50, $25. Other Good Suits, $10.00 BEACON SHOES. We've sold them for years, and the demand grows every season Good looking, very comfortable and durable. We strongly recommend them. Lace or button styles in the new shapes for the young fellows as well as broad, easy toes for older men. JESSE COBB, General Auctioneering. Services Reasonable. PHONE. 83, or 481. r s to $12.50. PRICE, $3.00 AND $3.50. Pure Apple Vinegar at All man 12-- tf 306 Walnut Ave., Altoona, Pa. Governor Wilson has designated Friday, Oct. 20, as Arbor Day in KenDreck, firs, lightning, cyolono tucky and in his proclamation urges all i c stock insuraaoe. tr citizens to take this opportunity of beautifying their surroundings by W liroaddus & Oo., have esoollont observing this day. Bring in your .rs for storage. It is claimed that some farmers are tf cutting their tobacco green, thereby Lising 3 to 5 cents per pound on their c , relieved in SO minutes by Wood-- s crop. It is claimed is moro Sanitary Lotion. Never fails, danger from house that there the barn burn in j Perry's Drug Store than from frost in the field. mo to Owes MoKee, Rlobmond s, Opera house tonight The r dry goods Md notions. Others the greatest singing and cometf dy duo on the road, and the Schatfer .in J why not yo. Sisters comedy, singing and dancing. per bW. by the lead, To brand new photo plays. Two shows cm$i.25 i our order t first at 7:15; second at 8:30. 10 cents. A moid & Simmons, tf Have you any news, tell the editor. Every In case you do not happen to meet him, i s ice cream is delicious. use the telophone or the mail. You talks about it. Any flayer made will be helping to make your town tf paper of greator interest and thereby "aor and delivered promptly, serve the general community. What- v skin kchtn is a temper-teste- r, ever interests you, must surely interest e ou scratch the worse it itches, many others. .i cures piles, eceema hutment 5 in itching. At all drug stores. There is a saying that a man who squeezes a dollar never squeezes his n y of OaUand all klods of fiokl' wife. After glancing over his subscrip:s m attractive pripo?. See us tion books, the editor of a neighboring exchange says there are a number of good married women in his county who If Arnold Jfc Simmons. are not getting the attention they deserve. Christmas Bazaar. n tfcc Cterts-a- . The decorations at the T'.r Ladies Aid Society of wedding were furnished by Miss church will have a Bazaar Dec 2. Fannie White, of Lexington, and Mr. Miss Cbristman, Richmond's florist. For Sale. White's father, Mr. Will While, was a 15 u roam wood TOxlTO feet. Madison counjy man, who moved to l.r.t m R. K. Stoxb. ,)M Lexington years ago. Miss White does a large business in decorating,' having For 5ale Cheap. several greenhouses of her own. piano, in good ii re Decker lira., George Barr McCutcheon's "Beverly", '.imn Apply at dramatized by Robert M. Baker, is now 15-t- f Climax OMee. in its second season, and is apparently more popular than ever, for the receipts Box 5upper. at Pittsburg, Kansas City and St. Louis There will be a Box Sapper at the this year are far ahead of last season. I r .ksiown school house, Saturday The company to be seen in this city e ming. Oct. 14, at 7:S. Proceeds for on Wednesday Oct. 18th, is the original Studebaker theatre, Chicago cast, and iiclit of the school. includes Justina Wayne, Lillian Allen Devore, Hazel Harroun, Edith Berwyn, Wanted. Doris Jordan, Dorothy Laneve, LawA good subscription Mas. OsllSaUir-evenin- g rence Evart, Davison Clark, Charles or Monday morning. G. Perley. Edward Lyons, Kenneth J. B. Stpthbr, Lee, Lebbeus G. Sweet, Thomas Wyatt, North St, city. .nil-i- t 4M Harold Saltair, and Bertrand Flint. 2-o Wads-worlh'- Covington and Ban Olham's Big Sale. two-pag- Anticipate Good Fall Trade.l e Delegates Selected. Members of tho Equal Rights Society, of Madison county, met at the Elks' OF Hall, in this city, Saturday, to select delegates to tho annual convention of Farm, Live the National American Women Suffrage Fine convention, which meets this year in Hay Louisville, October 19 and 20, and to elect thirty-fou- r delegates to the annual convention of tho Equal Rights Associapublic aitcttoa to tho Mgik-tion of Kentucky, which meets in Louis- Having deeitfed to leave Madison county, I will sol aM ommmt, on in premises, on ville on Oct. 20. Mrs. James Rennet, Mrs. A. K. Burnam and Mrs. Thomas J. Smith were elected delegates to the 10 annual convention of the National American Woman Suffrage Association, with A tine blue grass farm of 132 acres, more or Msg. Upon this lam k Mrs. Mary Clay. Mrs. George Phelns dwelling ot 12 rooms, with porehos aod veranda, good cellar, swod ctMarm, and Mrs. Jack Miller as alternates. The orchard just beginning to boar, all usual and neooaonry oulbuiMiaars. iianh following named ladies were elected del- large toOHceo barn, automobile house. Tho lmprovomoats Mm m tno vary htm of egates to the annual convention of the repair. 1 he form is splendidly foneed and watered, there being five mvbt MBnff Equal Rights Association of Kentucky: springs besides large pond. There is a good tenant house on farm. Thirty Mrs. Ed. McCann, Mrs. A. C. Buchanan, acres of this farm are now in cultivation, reot in gratis. More than 130 asrof tllfe " Mrs. McBroom. Mrs. Ellen Gibson. Mrs. land will produce tobacco. This farm will be sold in two tracts. First. St Kate Wiggins, Miss Belle Bennett, Miss with no improvements will be sold. Then S2 seres with all improvomonla. Tteon fllattie Tnbble.Miss Madge BurnamJIiss the farm will be sold as a whole. The purchaser have jiniimMian of too MaryTribble, Miss Bettio Taylor, Miss house and grass immediately. This farm is situated in Madison county, Ky., 4 inn Doiarnett, Mrs. m. Park. Mrs. miles west of Richmond, 2 miles from railroad, on the Maple Grove tutitfik. Thomas Phelps, Mrs. James W. Caper-- Churches, stores, postoiHoe, school house within stone's throw. ton, Mrs. Waller Bennett, Mrs. Mary C. Roark. Mrs. Lano, Mrs. Lynno, Mrs. Will also at same time and place sell Three Houses and. Lots Walter Park, Mrs. J. Is. Stoutfer, Mrs. LOT NO. Four room cottage with about 1 2 acres of land in gtaam. Million, Mrs. Ed Hume, Mrs. Lucy irame duimim with lour reama i.u i lias White, Mrs. Nathan Deatherage. Mrs Warfield Bennott, Mrs. George Simmons. porch, side poreh and veranda in front, good eistom, hen bouse, nam Mrs. Thomas H. Collins, Mrs. Jack Mil- garden witn about two aeras w grass Jand. J.Oi' .NO. 3 lias two story not with six rooms, lornr aide ler, Mrs. George Phelps, Mrs. Mary B. Clay, Mrs. Thomas J. Smith, Mrs. A. R. veranda, good eistorn, barn, hea bouse and about 2 aoree of grass The above is a splendid likeness of legislature, and the above action on the Burnam, Mrs. James Bennett and Mrs. Will also sell at the same time and place the following Hon. L. B. Herrington, who represented part of his party bespeak; their gratifi- Barker. Personalty Madison county in the last General As- cation with the creditable manner in Settled with Creditors. sembly, and who has been declared the which he represented Madison county. 1 black harness horse, gen 30 bushels of turnip. nominee of the Democratic party for re- With the experience of on term, which 1 bran mw surrey, never been tle for family use. The property and assigned affairs of election. It is, indeed, a compliment to will be of inestimable value to him, his 1 d combined horse, sired 3 second hand hngisii bo given the unqualified support and career as a member of thci next General tho Kentucky River Poplar Co.. which e 1 by Dr. Perry's horse. farm wacua and endorsement of his party for this re- Assembly will be even brighter and will owned and operated a mammoth lumber 1 bay harness horse, persponsible position, and it comes to Mr. be watched with great interest, not only plant at alley Viow, this county, and e 1 fectly gentle. mower; been in us I Herrington as a reward for valiant ser- in his home county but throughout the which has subsidiary plants at Frank- 1 h sorrel tarMss mare. Ana 4 bran now Weber fort and Irvine, and which several years vices well rendered. Ho was considered e 5 driver. Columbus ago went into bankruptcy, has been ad ono of tho ablest members of the last Stato. sorrel harness horse, line 1 Tennessee Waaoa. justed and has been turned over to a re 1 1 new alwood bung v. steal tire. driver. organized committee of creditors for 3 new sots of buggy nam out. final disposition. The affairs of the de- I'aged farm horso. Found. City Council Proceedings. funct company have been wound ud and 1 No. 1 four-yea- r ohl horse mule, well 2 eld sets buggy hnrneao. Tho department of Domestic Scienco ' broke. A Popular Couple. is comfortably installed on the second Cockrells For 5ale. Pocket book containing some money. HOUSGIIOLf GCQAb regular monthly meeting of tbe tho receiver discharged. It is ;expected 1 pair of blocky mare mules, about 15 The AVo are in receipt of a post card from lloor of Cottage 1 that the plants of the company will bo where it has much Owner can have same by calling on We have a few nUse Barred PlymetlJ in the 1 Ono Howard piano. hands high, good feeders. 3rab Orchard bearing a recent picture more convenient and roomy quarters Miss Helen Duncan proving, property City Council was heldevening, Council again put in operation by the reorganOct. 5, izes, who chamber Thursday K ck C ockrells for sale at SI each. 2 nice jersey cows and calves, genUeand 1 n.fio orsjftu. f "Pa" and "Ma" Willis. Ttiey both than the basement of University Hall and paying for adversisement. are planning 2t 1 with Mayor Rico presiding. Clerk A. B. company and take over to form a now A. D. & C. I). MILLER. nnk hale and hearty, and, if the good afforded. It js splendidly equipped with and conduct the 1 good milkers. every member of the Council lumber plants RiefamoBd, Ky. Faris and wishes of hundreds of Central Kentucky electric desk stoves and modern applido cow, will be fresh in December. IBau ajgg laaataaUafJ along the Kentucky rivor Mr. Vaught Locates In in his place. After reading and approvoeonle are granted, they will continue ances of every kind. The tasty, new than ever, adding new 2 large fat cows, 1 fat heifer, 1 nine bull tearior suits. ing the minutes of the last meeting the on a larger scale equipment to Music Pupils Wanted. Md fashioned Winchester. call, 2 weanling calves. jo cniov cood health and happiness, Mission furniture of the Model Dining tho entermonthly reports. capital and new 7 beds. city officers made their n About 30 head of hogs, all sHm. Thev are nrobablv two of tho 1 am vjlicitinc a class 1b piano prise. Room is tho pride of the Department. Mr. Steve Vaught has purchased half ar Chief Allman reported thirty-fou- r About 75 barrels of eern, to be sold m t folding bed. ind most highly thought of poople in This Department is to be a real Home-- interest in the Winchester Democrat music, lessons le heave at " Carpets, rues, aod othor things to heap. rests, fines being imposed in twenty-si- x - ic r,n Sorth sweet. Per furll thn State. The Messenger would tell maker s school. and is now associated with Mr. C. B. cases; five dismissed and three fined and Boost The Madison Poultry 1 lot of loose hay. - - c li how lontr they have been at the Springs, s iars apply to Mtes Mary Trayn Normal now boasts of a fac Nelson, who has been business manager fines suspended. Fines paid 919. Re' appear too All kinds of kit oh an futoirare. About 50 shocks of sugar oane. Show. but fear it would make "Pa ulty male quartet with Profs. Koch and of that excellent paper forsovoral years. plevying bonds collected $120. Fines 360 gallon oil tank. About 8,000 tobaoeo s'ieks. old. Danvillo Messenger. If You Have Lczema.or Any , Uillman 1st and 2nd bass, and Profs. U. Secretary J. B. Walker, of the Madi About 150 bushels of coal. RoNtopdofrk. Mr. Vaught pdrchased.tho interest of imposed in police court during the month Wilson and Roscoo Gilmore Stott, lion, Edward J. McDermott, of Louis 5kinor5ca!p Trouble the firm is Tobacco Warehouse Sold. II. and 2d Tenor. Richmond may ex Mr. Tim Needham and & Vaught. now amounted to $255. Street Commissioner son County Poultry Association, assures For any further information write or telephone me at my ' heme at Nowtt. 1st ville, Ky., Candidate for Liieuienani Mr. G. W. Dearinger reported $198.25 ex The Climax that the exhibition of composed of Nelson Here is Good News. The stockholders of the Richmond pect to hear from them. Governor on the Democratic ticket will Vaught was connected with The pended on the streets during month of poultry in this city in December will Ky., or write or telephone J. T. Ferriotl, Richmond, Ky. speak at tne Court House in Richmond, Tobacco Warehouse Company have The Reception given at Sullivan Hall Climax for twelve months in the September. Collector Q'Neil reported exceed the expectations of tho most You have probably tried one or more Ky., today, October, Wednesday, their warehouse, fixtures and with small success. This costs nth, at i:3U o ciock r. iu. iu. .v sold will, on East Main street, to the to tho Board of Control of tho State Fed- capacity of editor, and made many collections of $1897.79. Treasurer re- optimistic chicken fanciers of tho ttnnft eration of Women's Clubs who conven- friends while in this city who will join on hand $4,010.87 In tho sinking county. Over fit teen hundred ddlais J. T. Ferrioll, Clerk. Long Tom Chenault. Auctioneer. is uncertuin. We want riicv and it ZEMO, the clean liquid is one of the finest speakers Farmers Tobacco Warehouso Company, ed in Richmond Tuesday and Wednes- us m wishing htm every succes possible ported3477.49 fund. in school fund and an over will be given away in premiums, and to try :j you will miss the treat city. The Farmers Tobacco day was a most enjoyable occasion. It in his new acquisition. the thesd handsome cash prizes will Mr. iteedman of 97.47 in the general fund. rcs:eu. but wo do not want you to pay in yourState and you fail to hear him. of this Warehouse Uomnany was recently was a notable gathering oi earnest ana has long been in the newspaper business draft question of building a concrete bring to this city tho very best fowls in life if of The ":r .' unless you are satisfied with Come yourself and bring your neighbors organized and is composed of some of gifted women who are giving their time and no doubt will purchase othor walk on South Second street was taken this and other states, secretary Walker "s. We have so much faith in you au lnciuuiug muira nnr best Known Dusiness mviu .air. " and talent to the uplift of the State, and Newspaper property in the stato. up. Mr. Hancock agreed to build a has sent a letter to a number of our . LilO 'hat we want you to try it by witn A. Langford, is president of the com the school deemed it a privilege to show invited to attend. pavement in front of his property. Mr. citizens requesting their ,cng to the E. IV. Rose Medicine nanv. E. C. Million, vice president, P its sympathy and intorest in their work tho first Succumbs to wounds. K. E. Turley was present and stated and influence in making j'.'JS Olive St., St. Louis, Mo., 10c secretary. The directors by giving them the best it had. Tho FI Gumm. Made A Hit that if the Council would extend the poultry exhibition in this city a grand i s'amps to pay postage for a generous are: Joe C. Oldham, C. F. Chenault, visitors were met at mo station Dy tneir Shearer Riddel), who was stabbed concrete sidewalks to the Normal School success, which interest at this time c of ZEMO and ZEMO (antiseptic) Editor Kirk has the following to say T. V.. Raldwin and A. J. House. There last Tuesday and conveyed to the tho residentsfof that part of the indicates it will be. The letter mailed mAP and our 88 page booklet on skin in a recent Editoral in the Paintsville r ar a number of other stockholders and local hostesses Dr. and Mrs. Crabbe dor notico of whichby Wm. Park, colored, line, would appeared in Tho Climax city and mitory, where contribute $250 or about 40 out by Mr. Walker reads as follows: .s cses OR get a bottle today at Herald about one of our fellow towns-rall are men of influence. The manager the women ot the lacuuy awaited tnem. last week, succumed to the wounds per cent, tho estimated cost being "in order to make the Madison nn Pmf MeDouirla. who conducted fnr tho comnanv has not yet Deon P r i Drug Store and if you are not i inflicted, on Tuesday evening. The 1012.75. Mr. Turley's proposition was County Poultry Show the success it week is When all were assembled they started i cased with results they will refund the teachers, institute here last snipcted as a thorouffh canvas is being in a body for a tour of the grounds and grand jury, being in session at the These lots will be sold to the highest bidder absolutely rnmrdwss of price. instructors and accepted and the contract awarded to should be, wo need the beyond doubt one of the bestmM,lA n r T,c..nr--. .r made in order to secure tne inspection of tho buildings, after which time ot tno killing, at once took tne Mr. Moy'nahan under supervision of assistance of every poultry fancier in No. hit . hnin Yur bid gets them. Music by an excellent band. L Xlt is a clean scientific prepara-- ' in the state, no cerutiui umuo of a competent tobacco man. Cne lot will be given away and other valuable presents. this and adjoining counties. For several a luncheon was served in tho library of matter up, and roturned an indict Prof. Johnson. .at washes awav and destroys the in this county. "Ye admire this man services i Everyone on the ground will have aa equal ohanoe at tho lot and presenlsw ment Wednesday against Park charg-Mayor Rice reported tha.t he had been weeks past we have been at work the Hall under the auspices of the De cm l.f. and noisons that cause the because he is a man or common sense Lett on Time. partment of Domestic science. The la ing him with murder. The furneral notified by the president of the Board of preparing the premium list which will Terms easy. Come everybody. - "oie Stops the itching at once and and sound judgement, n we au ot the uooeaseu took Education that there wem three mem- exceed iluw, and is sutnclent evidence -r; tv ran h Kftn af tor one aDDl'lCation. thousand institutes to teach, we would Claiming that martins loft for tho dies then gathered in the parlor for the services : Ky. Snnili narlier than usual, many papers business session with Mrs. Thomas Jef nlaco Wednesday afternoon after which bers of the board to be elected at the that the Association is leaving na stones United . Mo rii.solutolv euros eczema in all employ him to teach tnem an. were buried- throughout the State are giving this as ferson Smith, the Stato President, in the the remains Tho bereaved in Richmond November election. The Council or- unturned in order to make the exhibition rashes, f .rmsas well as hives, family hav. dered the election under direction of in Richmond on Dec. 0, 7, 8, 9, a howlcemetery. to Oliver Broaddus Sent n roasnn lor an eariV winMjr. iw is a. iawt chair. Dr. Crabbe made a short address acne, letter, barbers Itcn, prickly or tho entire community lrnnwn in those who thave really observ of welcome on behalf of tho school and tho sympathy tbe Board of Education, the expense to ing success. The large premiums neat etc. on in funis the same as on Asylum. offered will attract to the Madison o.i ihn hahits of the martin that they was followed by Mrs. G. W. Pickets, in their bereavement be paid by that Hoard. c 'a persons. formerly of this YkJ A nii,.or Rrnaddns. during the President of the finest assortment everywas to A leave for vS.nrii urui soli hv druffcist Perry's- city, who on the morning of July 10th, always OI AUL'USl. the SouthSUUIB ML uui resented tho the Cecilian Club, who rep Narrow Escape from Death range committee 'WjUor appointed Co., ar County Show exhibited in tbe State. of Iff city of Kichmond. & Light for poultry ever with the ailllUUiill vs rrc mnnth by. and in Richmond "As stated above we need your inGalen, tho stabbed to aeain .ante jij. son of Circuit a fire plug on the Lexington pike, near exchanges state that the birds left later The Educational Committee dinod Jr-s'ore. fluence and support in this undertaking, ton. was acquitted ot the charge of mur- than usual this year, going southward with Mrs. Roark at Sullivan Hall in the Clerk Uoy U. White had a very narrow Ueacham LiOCKoy s residence, Building permits were rranted as fol and we respeetfully invite you to beder in the Fayeett Circuit Court Friday, aboutthe middle of September. Years ago ovening. Thcro were present airs. urecK- - escape Wednesday from instant death by the jury who were ou. um) our attention was called to tho fact that enridge, Mrs. uicxey, Miss liello uen- - Tho little fellow was riding a bicyclo lows: Rev. Jno O'Dwer to erect a resi come a member of tho Madison County tbn mound that the defen- - martins deserted their summor nome in nett, Mrs. Leach, Mrs. Harrison, Miss near the overhead bridge, on the out dence on West main street, next to Poultry Association. You will observe are dant is of unsouna mmu. ruu'U6 KAntnrkv durinz the month of August, Clay, Mrs. and Miss Roark, Dr. and Mrs. skirts of the city, when a carnage Catholic church. Judge A. R. Burnam from abovo letter beading that we Asthe action ol tne jury Allen, asked the on.1 talrine cognizance of this fact we Crabbe. loaded with people ran over him, to erect barn in rear of mis residence on members ot the American poultry ... iniin It. sociation, and are entitled to all benetmvn never known the first fall The Normal School Chorus was organ' laterally burying him in the dust of the West Main. Mrs. Mary EL Clay to erect court to hear evidence on the question month to find the little bird in this sec ized Monday evening with an attendance street. Galen, who was taking his barn in rear of her propufty, on West fits accuring therefrom. Tho membernr Brnaddus. After hearing tion. ship fee is only ONE DOLLAR and wo E. C. McDiiugle to .t s...n;tr Jndire Kerr ordered that of forty teachers and students. After first lessons on his wheel, came up the Main.on Prof.premises, toi'ummitt. erect feel confident you will not hesitato to Will F r Tazwg or feeding cattle call on or .i his the election of officers a committee was street, and tho writer, who was one of bam to the Eastern member on account of this up-to-da- te make Broaddus be committed Madisonians Win Prizes. appointed by tho President to draft a tho occupants of tho vehicle realized Hunley to street. addition to residence becoma a place your orders with (faylor to erect small sum. Membership Is growing T. on Second Kentucky Lmnatic Asyium. nttivnns who left this county Xdr Tor constitution. . Prof. Koch reports that the boy had not mastered control oi tne residence on smith-Uallax- d P. street. T. rapidly and more interest is being mani sell suggested to tho driver "to rington, Wyoming, figured prominently the ability of the class is surprisingly bicycle, andof road. Reaching the side K. Hamilton to erect two 'residences on fested in tho Association than we ex Pinnell-McMulle- n An "Ad" in the Climax. gratifying. Rehearsals will be held ev L'ivo clenty tho list oi prize winners at, wie in of the horse Galen lost control of tho Hill street Mrs. Lottiei Rice to erect pected at the outset. An advertisement in the Climax durimr the week of ery Monday and Thursday evening. i,oi.i in that Live Stock Commission Co. "The poultry business has grow in results. A few days Septomber 21. citv wheel and darted under tho animal, residence on B, street. The prizes awarded to FOOIBALI,. rgoJ a gentlemen from a neighboring Bills as recommended by the finance, last few years until today it is one of striking It 3d tho body which caused Madisonians arc as follows: c. .. former Tho first game of the season was called the horse to plunge forward, knocking committee were ordered' paid. An or- the biggest weindustries in the United Kansas City Stock Yards town lost at the stock yards locket. c.tv, Colyer, first przeon oest jacK; . u want you to join us in He Wednesday, wnen inn tholittle fellow beneath tho wheels of dinance was passed requiring certain States, and iob and a valuable watch Climaj; and offered S3 rvimir first on best rten of chickens at 4:00 p. m. team met the swift Cald the, carriage. Fortunately when the property owners on Moberly avenue and this effort to bring to Madison county strong .Normal the Miss Dudley Doty, first on embroidered well Hh?h School team of this city. Al horse dashed forward it jumped over Laurel street to construct; concrete pave- a display of all chisses of poultry that fill volortinn nf what vou want advertised in would willingly have given msn; Mrs. R. W. Colyer. firs', on m k mu.ia hv nnr w. O. Park who t Galen and thus saved him from being ments. Various other Butters of minor will equal, if not surpass, the poultry limes that amount. A few days mow Mrs. John Adams, first on though the game was loosely played, 9H TAars nroorience in filling five asliai Notwithstanding importance were brought up, considered exhibitions oi other cities ot the state. and James Park, of Red oil painting; from start embroidery and first on solid em- was exciting was able to to finish, Ttie crushed toof death. address HotXbroUght Please orders on this market. the heavy vehicle passed and dispoted of. after which the Coun Let us hear from you at your earlist score. both wheels the lost treasure to our silk broidery. 'The above prize winners are neither, side convenience, as we desire to use the aj communications to w nrfornH to nav him the 85 all well known in this tiity and county, Normarteam, under tbe direction of over tho body of the little fellow he cil adjourned. name of every member of the Associa- saying Wilson, is malting wonderful im; escaned with a fow severe bruises, and reward. He declined to accept it Dan Brack, fire, ligltning, cyclone ties in the catalougue which is to be is gratifying to their friends here Coach and it W. nor wouiu ue provement and soma good games may is none the worse for his excithMf and ho did not deserve to learn of the success they had at the bo expected. and live stock. tf , itwtod at an earlydata." dangerous experience. honest. MoralKansas City Stock Yards a reward for being the Climax. -It fair in their adopted nome town. pays to advertise in ties l c . Haynes-Cov-ingto- Richmond'merchantshave anticipated W. D. Oldham & Co., have a the advertisement in this issue of The Cli the wants of customers by laying in fall max, announcing a stupendous sale of largest stock of merchandise for been fall and winter goods. The Busy Bee trade in years. These stocks havo care, and with a Store, having purchased an unusually purchased with great wants of all. larco stock ot merchandise, ueciuea to view to supplying the open the season with a great bargain sale Will Move to Richmond. Uead the advertisement anu i.iko of the many bargains offered. Mr. J. L Cash, of Somerset, will move with his family lo this city to reside. Noble Sale. Mr. Cash will have charge of the Singer was a Sowing Machine ofllce, Mr. T. G. Bar Notwithstanding Saturday disagreeable day the Noble land sale, low, the present manager, having been he conducted by tne uiue urass neai transferred a to Mt. Sterling, where the similar position with Estate Co., was well attended and good will hold prices realized for the property James Singer Machine Co. McKinnev bought ninety acres, for A Cold Winter. which he "paid $1,300,80. W. I). Durham twenty acres, $2,840. Cnas, Terrill Horace Johnson, Connecticut's cham thirty acres, $3,870. John Baldwin pion weather prophet, says that this is twenty acres, $2,050. Jesse Cobb going to be one of the longest and coldauctioneer. est winters that over cheered the heart f a coal man. Mr. Johnson forecasted A Curious Decision. the blizzard in 1SSS, in which Roscoo John Bealer, Jr., of Franklin county, Conklin lost his life, and several other was convicted on a cnaree oi sveaiiug little things, such as earthquakes, big v. roasting cars from a neighbor. The mat- blows and rainstorms. ter went to the Court of Appeals, which Brytan Coming to Kentucky. decided that green corn, on the stalk, was real estate and that the charge oi William Jennings Bryan, thrice tho larceny would not hold. Iater in tuo Democratic nominee for the presidency, day Bealer was again arrested, this time coming to Kentucky to lift his elo on the charge of damaging vegetation, quent voice for the Democratic State and was held to the Grand Jury on that ticket and his friend Congressman Ullie charge. M. James for the Senatorship. The distinguished Nebraskan will make a two- Funds Announced. State days' whirlwind tour of the State on a Auditor James has announced the a special train. The dates will probably amounts on hand in the various funds be October M and .11. While it has not of the State Government as follows: been definitely decided where tho great Balance in School Fund, $59,09S.90; Democratic national leader will speak. Sinking Fund, $202,911.70; Treasury, it is highly probable that ho will make $521,203.29; deficit in general expendi-tnr- n a swing through tho Ninth and Tenth fund. 8270.707. 31. The outstand districts and in Western Kentucky. It ing warrants against the State have in is planned to put the best speakers in creased during tho past month, now the Stato with Mr. Bryan. amounting to S1.4S7.2 10.91, as against Doings at Normal. $1,3S0,274.42 for last month. -- Blue Grass Stock, Household and Kitchen Furniture, Corn, and Sorghum Saturday, October 21st, at O'clock nw 1- .u. - two-stor- y four-year-o- three-year-el- two-hors- four-year-o- ld two-hors- four-year-o- ' two-hor- se two-hors- four-year-o- ld best-know- ' first-clas- es J. S. STAPP, NEWBY, IvY. --- - -- AUCTION SALE -- of Residence Lots at Paint Lick, Ky., Oct. 14, at 10 A.M. Realty & Auction Co. - Lexington, I- sa id33 ld To Cattle Dealers -- ubiuu.i... REDLCED I have a big line of Wall Paper which I will at greatly reduced prices, in order to make room for next season's goods. Very truly, iu O. PARK IJO RICHMOND, I Io KENTUCKY. 1 A SALE TO UNLOAD THE Bimest Stock of mm New Seasonable Merchandise fir SEEN IN RICHM OND 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 all know we stores do not have. We can handle 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 Store means to you. 9 X 12 SIZE Brussels Rugs largest room size, seamless and regular $ 7.50 retail price. All new.prettv, bright patterns. Our sale price for choice1 all-wo- ol, 1 it comes to value WHEN in Rugs, Carpets, Mat-tin- g and Linoleums, no other store matches ours with same qualities a claim that is proved every day. Make all the comparisons you like. Our remarkable offering of the above mentioned 9x 2 seamless Brussels Rug, strictly 1 all-wo- ol THL Goods purchased for this were bought on the folOne-hal fabric, goods otherstores ask$ 7.50 for 1 at $8.98, is the identical lowing conditions: f down, the other half before leaving the house." They will be sold that way. Nothing but GAS H goes. & j We will sell during this sale our entire lot of 9x12 Smith's Axminster Rugs, in Oriental and Floral designs. All new patterns, at A. $15.75 - This Big Sale Where Your Dollars Will do Double Duty, J Tour Wijtter Underwear prices. Same price per piece as per dozen. D11 3 OKJ I ai wholesale Blancets forts at unusually low prices. niiiM Ul"flw Begins Saturday, October Aqni r of bed sheets, W'L don't wanfyou to fail to see our tables and Comn Sh eavij CCHILDREN'Vests andwintei' weigh t Pante,usual 'fleece-line- d price 25 cents, sale price 19c CHILDREN'S AND MISSES' Suite, in sizes from 2 to 12 years, regular values. Our sale price : 35-ce-nt Bleached Sheete, full size, for sjnall beds made of close woven firm sheeting cotton, with improved welded seams in center for added strength. Iland-toiand ironed. Sale price. 47c Bleached Sheets, full size, for double beds; made of superior quality linen finish cotton, free from dressing; hem. Regular 79c value. Sale price 5Sc flyflj 3-in- of Muslin Underwear. There are some Big Bargains for you there. Don't miss them. will 500 Black Mercerized PettiWLcoats sellthis sale. They are beautifully in ruffled and tucked, and range in price from $1.25 to $2.25. You can take your pick for 28c Union 89c 150 sizes, the kind you pay 50 cents for everywhere. Our r42o Sale Price.... n i ABIES' Extra Good Hibbed Suits, in bleached and gray. Regular 60c values. Sale price ,.44c Un-io- BOY'S heavy, iii all fleece-line- d lotabout 10x4 Bed Blakete, in gray, tan and white. Reaular 89c values. Sale price 49c . eS ' IHp ice orth up to $5.00 $2.89 100 .dozen ONE LOT aboutVests and Pants, Bleached winter weight. Regular 89c valnes. 23c Our Sale Price "ftSw H'.wO''. vj Copjrigl 1910 By mmtr--r SCHLOSS BROS. & CO. Fine Clothe M&ken Baltimore and New York 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 Clothing stock; they all go at sale prices, the fine and medium as well as the low grades. Come & and pick them out got to the factory where they make Tailored Suits and Cloaks for Ladies and Misses. Cloaks for children, too. Separate Skirts for Ladies and Misses. Never in the history of our mercantile career have we seen more beautiful garments, and in such quantities piled up in our store. They bought only the very and bought them latest and best-stylfor "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 season, you can't afford to miss this chance. Come before they are picked over. es, ar -:-:-:-:-:- OUR BUYERS surely did go some when Elegant Wool-iia- p Blankets in gray, tan nnd white,iuith blue and pink borders, looks as nice blanand is as good as a $5 ket. Full size. Sale price $1.79 all-wool as never more are naming for this sale will be a recordHb reaker for New Goods. m m in our Hosiery Sanitary ONE LOT of Men'sPants., A fleece Vests and regu- AS lar 75c value. Sale price Vests 44c our 50c 39c is where strong 11x4- BlaiiketSi nnp of in whiter gray and plaids, all-wo- - ONE sellers. LOT of Men's Extra Heavy Fleece-line- d slightly soiled. Regular price $5.00 $6.00. Sale 2rice for choice.. $3.50 full size Bed Comfonts, ONE LOT, in the lot. Regular $1 85 value. Sale price HERE Sale price for choice .... G9c silk lined Com, i?i price from lf on Bargains you. We closed out one of the largest mills In the country, a big lotof Fino Hats and Caps. Thoy are all now styles the for ONE LOT of fine ranging $1.50 to $S.00, will be sold during this sale at about one-haformer price. See them! Sole Agents 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 then, but Jhey will all be sold at greatly reduced prices for the Big Opening --Sale. are WEfor very latest. OUR Entire Stock of fine will be grertly reduced all-wo- ol 2 Don't fail to seo them and got the Law Prices wo are naming. in price for this sale. Ifyov expect to need Blankets this winter, now is the time to buy them. This WiH Be a Sale That Will Bring Wonderful Savings " 1 On Seasonable Merchandise W. D. OLDHAM & CO For 25, This Surely Will Be A Record Breaking Sale, As Wc Offer Years Richmond's Biggest and Best Stores Nothing But New Goods and Styles,