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RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18. 1 38th YLAR 911 NUMBER 18 Look Out For Bad $10 Bill. "WHOLESALE AND RETAIL f Stock'iri Kentucky. O In Kentucky tho aggregate value of all domestic animals, poultry, and bees inlOld was $U7.3:8,000, "as compared with about $73,7:000, in 1900, the inr crease boinsr 53,1 pdr cent. The total valuo of tho domestic animal's was $112,457,000 In 1010, as against $70- 488,000 iir 1000. Horses'and colls had a greater valuo than any oilier" class of domestic aninials in 1010,- - whereas cattle had a slightly greater value in 1000. Horses and mules in 1910 constituted CO.C per cent of tho valuo of all 11 vo stock; cattle, 22 1 per cent; swine, 7.C por cent; sheep and lambs, 4.7 per .cent; poultry, 3.8 percent; asses and burros, 0.7 per cent: hcos, 0.4 per cent; and goais-an- d kids.0.1 per cent. The total number of cattle reported in 1910 was 999,553. Of these, 409,409 wore dairy cows, the average valuo of which was $33 49. Cows not kept for dairy pur- psses numbered ' 100,071,- - and thoir averago valuo was, $22.50. The avor- ago number of dairy cows per farm reporting that class was nearly two, while tho average number of cows not kept for milk per farm reporting that class was about ' three- - .The total number of horses and colts reported in 1010 was 412,539. Of these, 887,3(58 were born before 1909, and their aver-ag- o valuo was $109.22. Tho total number ot mujes of all ages in 1910 hich is over half the was 224,917, number of horses, and cattle. Of these, mules born before 1909 numbered 193,- 533, and their .avorago valuo was 5124.51. Tuc.totalumbor of swine in 1910 was 1,4W,31C, of which nearly weresovon-tenth- s bom before 1910. The average vajuo of these was $7.04. The, total number of sheep and lambs was 1.301.000. Of these, 723,500 ..were ewes, born before 1910, and their aver age value was$4.79. - Secret Service Head Says It's a Dangerous Counterfeit dangerous counterfeit and calculated to "deceive." says acting Chier Morgift of tha secret service in a Jjslrcular isjued civing warning of a asw counterfeit fen dollar national bank note. It is pn tho Anglo and Lon Ivational bank of San Frfln- cisco And bears the portrait of William McKihley. It Is of the series of 1003-0- 3 and bears a check letter ''B.' This counterfeit is regarded by the secret service men as tho work of tho person responsible or tho counterfeit ten dollar Pasadena National bank nolo whjclr made-itappearance in September, 1010. It is printed from photograph etched plates of good w6rkman-shi- p on two pieces of paper, between which silk threads have been don-Paris s Coal, Feed, Salt, Sand, ; Lime, Rock. . OLD DOMINION-PORTLAND "This ROYAL BAKING POWDER Absolutely Pun - Economizes Batter, Flour, Eggs; makes the food more y appetizing and wholesome THE STEARNS & (name on every genuine mattress) SHOWS YOU MATTRESS WHATs:lNSlDEflUmOHW$J HAVE TO B U reOjEjffl T H?&QM E. 1 fTA N Djjjfg FOSTER IMPORTANT TO KNOW WHATS INSIDE TrIE CEMENT MATTRESS YOU GET TO INSURE It EST. THAT IS HEALTHFUL COMFORTABLE fnd All Kinds of Plaster Material. TTelphone 85 LOOK TH R IHQ 6uTiMiuEO CWMMG&tii GUARANTEE? Cor. Main and B. Streets The only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar f White - and - Gibson ' The Old Reliable Dry Goods Firm We are. now receiving daily our new FalHLine of , Woolen and Silk: Dress Goods Linens, Ginghams, all kinds of Wash Fabrics, Trimmings, iLacos 'and Embroideries of all kinds and everj'thrng in the Dry; Goods line. Please give us a call when AVjuiJng any thing in our "line as we fell sure that we can Binke' ; , You are not experimenting on yourself when you take Chamberlain's Cough Kemhd v for a rnlil. as tlint nrnnaralimt has won its great reputation and oxtcn- slvcsala bv its remnrknbln euros of rnlils and ean always bo depended upon. It is equally valuable for adults and chilFeed Prospects. dren and maybe given to young children win) implicit commences as it contains Corn Is not plentiful and hay is scarce no harmful drug. For sale by Stockton and high, yet some observant farmers & Son. say there will bo as much feed next Dan Brock, fire, lightning, cyclone spring as usual. Thoy say when feed is and live tf plcntiful.it is Jed wasteful!', arTUwhen When in need ot lllacksmithing In it is scarce care' and economy- arb used. any of its bran chos, . Farming "Imple- This will bo the case this winter and ments. Buggies, Carriages, Wagons, many think it will result in thoir bplng Rubber tires &c, get prices from It. E. as .much feed on hand next spring as usual. Miller, Uuion City, Ky. f. stock-insuranc- e. t-- ' " A Big Crop of Tobacco. . Take Your Common Colds Seriously. That New Baby Must Be Prices That Cannot Be Undersold Why not come, in and see whab we have? It, will will be appreciated : : : j'ou notliing-nThanking you for past favors, Ave will appreciate an early eall Baby-Eicfrires Common colds, severe and frequent, lay tho foundation of chronic diseased conditions of the nose and throat, and may develop into bronchitis, pneumonia and consumption. For all coughs and colds in children and in grown persons take Foloy's Honey and Tar Compound promptly. . After exposure, and when you feel a cold coming qjf, tako Foloy's Honey nd Tar. Compound. It checks Thos. A. Shelton, agent for Hurst and relieves Use no snbstituto. The Home Jnsuranco Co.'Vrite.me or phone genuirto in a' yellow p'ackago always. 151 ring 2. Union City, Ky. Stockton & Son. " , X 'A farmer living near' Barville, IV, committed suicide because he had such a big tobacco crop that his barn was two small to hold Tho Charleston News and Courier says that, the cotton planter are praying for a shortage o' a million bales in the colton crop as La financial blessing. However, as the consumers . outnumber the cotton growers a hundred to one and they are- all praying sfor a' 'big .crop and lower prices, 'it'looks as if thefplanters might boiiut prayed,; If is a.singular'anomaly thajwlth everyone complaining against tho high cost of living, any one should be fearing too big crops. It would be no wonder if Providence should gel out of patience with' people so inconsistent and hard to please as this. Steams & Foster Mattresses are Comfortable, Durable and Santtaiy;inot only because of the way they are made, but because of the materials in them. . ' will- - produce a quality mattress out of No patented process of mattress-makin- g poor cotton or cotton improperly handled. , Stearns & Foster Mattresses are made of clean, sanitary cotton; felted into hundreds of little webs, forming many springy, buoyant layers, standing nearly three ofA their feet high. These layers are then laid by hand and compressed to h original height and encased n the ticking; then tufted to just the proper tension, so as to be soft, yet firm, half yielding to your figure, yet supporting it in perfect relaxa-one-sixt- tion. That good icii cream at Rlcci's tf Made in the best qualities of Satin Finish, dustproof tickings WITHOUT (t d -- - Our Specialty To date Governor Wilson has- only been absent 2G3days from his post pf duty. He has drawiiJrom the treasury for that period ofidleness $1,780.20, his salary being $17.80 per day, and for doing his work Lieutenant-Governo-r Cox has drawn the same amount. This is the wastefulness and neglect which Judge O'Rcar's platform tolls tho voters is altogether praiso-worthMidway Clipper. y. Onions Prove Profitable. W. J ownesa farm ' of 200 acres in the valley of tlje lower Rio Grande, near Mission, made jsuch a success this year raising Bermuda onions and other products that he Jias turned his handsome nqw country residence over for the use of his superintendent and family, and has has plans preparod for a more magnificent now homo for himself, no will erect the house this fall at a cost of $25,000. Bryan," who White Main & Gibson RICHMOND -- McGADOBEY The Photographer " -- Cleaning and Pressing Street, below First mmmamn - - " ... Ladies and gentlemcns clothing cleaned and pressed by lira. G. F. Ilradloy. 130 Second St. up stairs. Work is or highest order, price low. A trial order s solicted. 11 tf Lame back js ono of the most common forms of musoular rheumatism. A few applications of Chamberlain's Liniment will give relief. For sale by Stockton & Son. The new law tecently passed in New 5ork slate to regulate tho carrying and keeping of firearms has created a good deal of discussion. It is the strictest law of- tho kind ever pifesed in this country. The law makes it a felony for any person to carry a concealed weapon and u misdemeanor .even to keoD a revolver or liko deadly weapon in his possesion at home. Even when one can show' that it is necossary to keep a weapon for self protection he must pay a license of ten dollars for the privilege and then he receives a number so that ho can bo iddentified and held responsible. This law is not ono hit too strict. Every s'.ate in the union should have and enforce similar law. It would provent tho shedding of much innocent blood and put u quietus on many a loudmouthed bully. . Tho truth of the business is that not many persons except cowards carry guns now and their cowardice almost invarably causes them to shoot when there islittle provocation and no necessity for doing so. - EXTRA CHARGE. - Four Grades of Superiority Anchor. $10.50 Windsor. $13.50 Lenox. $16.t)0 Style A. $22.50 When you buy a Stearns & Foster you get the best Mattress value offered. Come in today and ask to see these exceptional Mattresses. We'll gladly show them. A positive guarantee on every Mattress. A Stearns & Foster is a very Comfortable and Economical Mattress to buy. OLDHAM & LACKEY Undertaking a Specialty . Dav Telephone 76 Night Telephone. J36 229 R. O. W. S. O. L. . - WE SELL MAY MANTON PATTERNS HUSTLING GASH STO R E WILL ARE YOU : INVITED--WHEN WE SELL MAY MANTON YOU GOME : PATTERNS 10 CENTS EACH J 4fi I? & I? I? 3 10 CENTS EACH TO : SEE OUR : DISPLAY ; OF : FALL MERCHANDISE? Shoes! -- Shoes! Shoes! every pajr Everything NewUp to Now! We want . and lower in price for quality, than, ever. to" show you a brand new line of Hite and King Gar- - . merits 'Company's Coats, Suits and Skirts from. . . ; Men's & Boys' Clothing! We want to show you the greatest values in - All Kinds. All Sizes. All Prices. The newest lsts, and more of them than ever. Re.- member of - "for Ladies, and Buster Brown and Blue Rib- bon Shoes, for Bpys..and Girls that fail, through any fault of leather or workmanship, to give ask--and satisfaction. A trial - pair is- - all we , JvE. Tilt Shoes for Men, Dittenhofer Shoes we make good . v Men's and Boys' Clothing and Overcoats. we have ever been able to secure. We defy allr competition $10 TO $30 T" . -- - r0 '"." want to shaw'Vyou the .largest assortment cif Infants and Misses .Coats you have seen in ihis cityl ". , a customer is "assured to us. ' JBrices , ranging from . . . ... , . . -$J- . , 'r' "Kr h ;; .00;-T43U$73 Suits and Overcoats for men; also $3.50 and $5.00 Suits 'and Qevrcoats for Boys. We are showing big values in Corduroys, Kerseys, etc., for every day use from" $7.50 to $;J0. Be sure to see them before making a purchase. '- i on $10 AND $15 1 ' ' A-Mt.-'.- 'w . , - eti " 't . - ' . - 4P La Vhii nrp invited Wheil Will yOU C0nre. -f ' Kne iac.we..uft Jow. at Vou wmib, WOU' ARE INVITED- -WHEN WILL YOU COME - 42 Corner First m il to ri B rptn Ha & Main Rienmona , rventucKy ps e 4 St ... . If ' . - 4 .Ml ' i li Hieet-la- g A specific for pain Dr. Thomas Poultry Fanciers to Be Heije. on Wednesday afternoon with the Eclectic OiL strongest, ""cheapest UnT-Sf President, Mrs. 0. W. Pickels. The meut ever devised. A household remMembers of the Madison County following program was carried out: edy in America Tor 25 years. Poultry Association are rapidly perfect Boll Call., "Don is" ing arrangements for tho exhibition of Symphony 1th Movement.Beethovea Brookstown 5chool. poultry to be hold in this city In DeMrs. Johnson. Mrs. Kellogg. Brookstown School, of which Miss cember, at which time the finest breed Bizet Vocal Aria from Carmen.. tyss Bright. Nannie Boudenot is teacher, has ' in- of this class of stock will be brought to Piano Aufschung Schumann stalled aheating and ventilating plant at Richmond to compete for tho handsome Miss Pickels. a cost of $100. This is the only plant prizes offered. Among the expert poul Talk on Musical Matters. of tho kind in the county and is giving try fanciers who- - have been secured to Mrs. T. J. Smith. fffHBBWaaaava'aBaaWaBlFaCa'aBHIIHa Our l?all Line of Goods is "up to the min-nUi'McDowell perfect satisfaction. Through ihe enPiano Witches Dunce udge the stock are the following gen- V Ci. Whltn. Mrs. ergy of the teacher, Miss Boudenot; in" tlomcn: T. M. Campbell, of Indiana; we constantly watch the market i Vocal The Linden Tree. . .Schubert getting up entertainments in the school, Mr. Smith, president Kentucky Branch Mrs. A. It Burnam. for new and worthy goods, and we re Lavalle a portion vpf 4he necessary funds was. of the American Poultry Association, of Piano Buitej fly spectfully invite your attention to our Aiarte ixjuise ivciiogg. raised; The patrons of the school con-- , Lexington; Rodger V. Harp, and Dr, P. llafT tributed liberally out of their own. Y. Trapp, Lexington; Harris Lehman, Piano La Flleuse line of Miss White. pockets. Superintendent Nolahd gave plid way; Brown Buford and W P. Talk Musical Form. $30 out of the school fund. In this way Smith, Nicholasville. In addition, to Mrs. Neale Bennett. d Nevin the $100 was raisod. Piano Barchetta. the above a number of other prominent Free, Mrs. Ilobert Burnam. We are informed that Superintendent judges will be added to the list. The Piano Walter's Prize Bong low (Meistcr blnger) Wagner Noland will make tho samefjolTer to any catalogues will bo issued during the Mrs. Kellogg. school in the county thai desires to take next week or ten days. ' Those of our . for supplk s Mrs. Mlddellon up the proposition Jliss Boudenot was citizens who are interested Current Events-is poultry if 9 The next mcellne will be beld with the first. Will not other teichers take and have not already doneJn should so. Mrs. Middelton October 25. for all, tho matter up? The Climax most join the Madison Poultry Association at A beautiful surprise party was given . Belts, in heartily commends tho enterprise. once. Membership feo is only $1. Mrs. James Million last Friday, at her ....... v . . i , . t . o, unit &inu home near Baldwin. A number of tuu I iriends being cognizant of the appr question up at once. UOPl t Fear Frost on Wet f oach of her birth anniversary gathered Ground. at her home and celebrated the oc HAIR HEALTH in OPPOSITE HOTEL GLY Successor to Luman & Higgifis casion. Seventy-si- x people were pre the vridely H. F. Hillenmeycr, sent and a most delightful day was Take Advantage of This known nurseryman, 0f Lexington, who spent Mr. and Mrs. Million have recently erected a new residence and had as always been a close student of Generous Offer. in just moved into the buildimr. when lonr money back upon, request at natural phenomena, weather conditions ttheir friends ratharod with well our store if Rcxall "93" " ' Wanted. . Hair Tonic and tho like says Uiat tho farmers ladened baskets and called enmassss on vThai's no have mis popular couple. Dinner was doseiu da as we claim. yourself our tobacco growers "ncod A farm of aboutK) acre or;4less near guranteo. lou obligate to fearsof frostso long as tho ground is Gill and see us as we are now gad v lo served on tables in the yard and all tho Ichmmid. Ky.. well improvedand on --good inings oi tne season were pre noming whatever. Could you ask or as as wet as it is, as a result of thq re --tako cara of you .on all .Fait anj"c Winter could wo give you stronger proof of or near pike.. 1 jyill pay cash or will IB-pared and ready lo serve by the Iriends our confidence in the hair restoring cent rains. Ho says that a killing exchange property in Hawkins Co., wiio gathered to assist in the celebra Good! frist never comes when tho ground "Is Tenn. My.proporty consists of Hwolling tion of the birth anniversary of ihis qualities oi tins preparation? we couiu not atrord to so strongly popular lady. Many useful presents anu -- mat wnilo the growers House, largo endorse Roxal "93" Hair Tonic- - and wet, .faro house, livery and were presented to Mrs. Million, and all Beautiful, therefore pleasing;. should exercise duo diligence to get sale stapd, sixteen room boarding will long remember the delightful continue to sell it as we do if it did not do all we claim it will. Should thf r tobacco housed, precipitato haste house, and restaurant, opera house and Sanitary, therefore hcahhfulr ocacsion. Among these present were our enthusiasm have carriod us awa is not avisable, as it may bo several black" smith shop. I exchange any part Franklin Million and wife, Mrs. Mary1 anu uexau Tonic not give days before Jack Frost - reaches this or all of this property for a small uair uaoen, yt. s. aiunonna inmtly, it. li Durable, therefore economical. Million and family. Mrs. Nannie Mil enure satisfaction to the urscrs, thev section. Mr.' Hillonmoy$r regards the farm near Richmond. "Call or address. would lose faith in us and our stateA. H. Cross, Rogersvlllc, Tenn. P. O, lion. A. J., S. S., and S W. Million. " advantageous in Box 23. Miss Hary Nowby, Dr. U. W. Dougher ments, and in consequence our business present wet spell t And besides this l:t it. have an individuality, an prestige wouiu suuer. mpro ways than one, at it present; ty, ana lam iiy, Hm. tiaden, Jr., and assure you that it your hair is He. expression, of your own tastes, which will show to family, Monran Taylor and wife, Mrs. Dan Breck, Are, lightning, cyclono fall out or toe grasshopper and Hessian fly getMrs. E P. Miller has returned from a Talton Million Letcher Newby and beginning to unaturally if you have any scalp trouble, Rexall ting" in their work. and live stock insurance. tf your friends your love of artistic surrounding. This visit to relatives in Lexington. wife. It. J. Deathman and wife. C. Q "93" Hair Tonic will promptly eradl Jenkins and wife. Speed Taylor and cate dandruff, Mr. Mat S. Cohen is dangerously ill is easily done as you have such a variety of pleaiing stimulate hair growth. Mrs. James in a hospital in Kansas TMty, suffering wife, Itevena Harris, rUJltSltD ETERT WEMESMT IT Kanatzer, Miss Delia Hale, Mrs. A. O. and prevent premature bladnoss, or the designs of 'Standard" plumbing fixtures to select wiiu ptomaine poisoning. becomos operative Buchanan, Mrs. S. A, Deatherage and abovo guarantco Two sizes. 50c. and $1.00. Sold only CO Dr. and Mrs. C S. ITnltnn haveriv- - chi'dren, Mrs. A. I). Estcs, Mrs. Jake THE CLIMAX PRINTING from and our aid in laying out the plumbing plans, turned from an extended visit to Cin Mcford and children. Airs Speed liar- at our store The Rcxall Store. H. L. (Incorporated.) Perry, Richmond.Ky. and even in suggestions as to suitable wall finishes, cinnati. rison, Mrs. P. R. Ballard, Mrs. Jack Stokely, Mrs. Hood Wells, Miss Bessie Messrs R. IL Burnam. Sr., and Jr.. windows, etc , which will be given if desired. Your Pres. A D Hflfer wore in Louisville the first, of the week Azbill. Mrs. Hiram Azbill. Mrs. "erelda Cox, Mrs. Sam Isaacs, Mrs. wishes we will endeavor to follow closely and. it will en business. W G Whf e Homdon Pearson, Mrs. Lillie Hill, Miss Elder and Mrs. A. J. Tribble have re- Lucy Wells, Miss Stella Isaacs, Sirs. W. be worth while to let us estimate for you.. turned from from a visit lo their son, M. Wheeler and daughter, Mrs, w. II. PRESS ASJOCUTtOI KEITOCKY Jehn L. Tribble ane family, at Uyntis-fil- Tudor. Mrs. Lonir. Joe Hill. Mrs. Win. Harris and family, Mrs. James Ma thews "StandM-"Copley" Lavatory man district miasms, ieague. Mn. Irvine Ballard and Miss Attn a and Mrs. John Biggerstalf. " Where are you going Scriwnor egtlerlaiiied with a beautiful For Rent My pretty Maid? ' IEAB sflvr lea buwrday afternoon at their 1.06 PER FBICE --' heme In Bnntamwood. To the Quality Meat Market, sir; House and lot on Broadway; posses ADVASOE IK , She 'said. lion. C. L. Searcy and daughter, Mhs sion January 1. Z. T. Uiok. Elizabeth Senrcy. left Monday .for Lou- Tlio Maid in question l WEDNB8DAY OCT 18 - - - 1911 isvilw. where the former goes as a dole- Public 5ale. Was a Quality lass gate to the Grand Lodge of Kentucky And bought only Meats , On Saturday, November 18, 1011, at Masons. Of the Quality Class. Jcotiok IIablax,! the Uaked States p. m. I will sell at public sale my Mr. W. E. Dudley, of Ohlhauhau. ia Mexico, who has been visiting his sister, residence on Orchard street containing Supreme Cawt, 4ie4 at Ms SHE'S HEADED THIS WAY Washington City. Satwrtey tftoratag, Mrs. Jonah Wagers, will leave this week seven rooms and all necessary outbuild NO SMOKE NO DIRT EVERYTHING CONSUMED NO SOOT Quality Groceries Await You after suffering several ays from aoete for a visit to Mr. Ambrose Wagers, in lngs. Good store house on the lot. New Orftans. ' At the end cf a season's use with soft coal, ther,e will be no soot in the pipe or f ! .2 18-bronchitis. Jasttae IImIm ka4 served Here J. R. Paiuce. Mrs. Jessie Curtis, or Cincinnati, is or. i he Supreme Beach smoe November Double Wedding. point vMung her father at McKinzic, while ' eMcot &a i 1877. beiag Mr. Curtis is visiting his mother, Mrs Invitations have been received to the in the highest tribune. Ellen Curtis, at Richmond of years Mrvwe OoOTrUit 1S10. br the SUsdvd Adr. Oo. Vanceburg He was bora ia Daavilta, Ky.. January Sun. marriage ceromony or Miss bara Uoli f i, The only jointless leg bottom anil base w T. m4 was OotoMl ia the Tenth Mr. Ambrose F. Dudley, formerly of Rucker to Rev. Gilbert Rolfe Combs, Kentucky Regtaraat, Uatoa Army, dur- this county and now of New York City, also to that of Miss Margaret Dabney ladiation and large ash pan that is on the mark- : r .us um tie Civil War. sad AUray GsBeral spent Sunday with his mother, Mrs. Crooks to Mr. John Lemuel Green, both ever been made in the history of the stove imli. .ry. Thomas P. Dudley, and his sister. Mrs. marriages to occur on of Kenttwky from 1S m 1S67. the afternoon of Jonah Wagers, on West Mam street. Tho jointless leg bottom and base makes t i. st...r Wednesday. October 25. 1011. At 5 air-tigThe olootioa in November will be the Itev. W. J. Garrison, of Cattlettsbunr. o'clock at tho Methodist Episcoparl TeleDnOne 39 fir below the grate, which is the only tr 5econd-s- t most for reaching ever aM ia Kea-- . preacljod a splendid sermon at the First Church, bouth. keeping principle. l'resoyionan cnurcn. itev. tucky. NfcMteea Seaaters te be elected has been the guost of for severaluarrison days of von oe as p;oou a nre Keenar twenty v ar- - i nc-mis fall vlllMt ealy we for United tne pastor of Uiat church. Itev. D. li. Madison Fall Brides, Attention year, bat win veto Scanlan and family. tales Seawtar as it is today. v The once popular bouquet for cere r a nwaaeccer to Seaatar W. O. BradMr. A. D. Flora, of Cincinnati, has monial occasions is obsolete. Even the JPlQr&noe will ii i: twice The Hot Blast Air-TigDemocrats, oaaaotyoa sec been visiting his father, Mr. It. Flora, shower.bouquet is out of date, and ley in MV-the space that can be heated by any other the While here Mr. Flora the imywtanoo at votfog the straight in the county.Climax office As Executor of Lucien T. Griggs, oafled-a- t ' the and had the artistic bride carries a few sprays of i icket aa Xaveather 7T earth at one-hal- f the cost. - the while roses that grow in clusters. deceased, wo will sell to tho highest and address of his paper changed to Switzerbest bidder, d, spend the win The Martha Washington rose has dark v.-The only perfect floor heater that is 01 The BKaabethtewn News prediete ter. rla., where he will Oct! 1911 glossy foliage, with dozens of liny in the jriUs that the Dameeretic been made. Mrs. B B. Million. Mrs. C. B. Mc- - fragrant roses growing on the stem, and beginning promptly at 9:30 A. M., at his First. Seaead. Third aad Fearth Cord, of Winchester, and Mrs. James All features aro patented and no stov. Dietrictc will be MoOreary's Arhuekle had a very enjoyable spend it is in vogue with brides. The liberty late residence at Waco, Ky., his pro perty of every naturo and description turer, dealer or user can copy or usa snraefo: majority far Governor. This witl be ia day with Mrs. J, S. Collins, last Thurs-- rose is a favorite for occasions where His real estate consists of the following natural flowers are required. Pink tracts, viz: : he noighharaeed of 1S.OO0 or 3,00, day. r an from date of patent .without incurring Hubilit Farm No. 1 Containing about 105 Miss Minnie Wagers has been quite ili roses, like the perpetual coral climber. and we baliove Editor Saamers has damages. action for acres, the home place, located at Waco. for the past week and while her cpndi' tuoked in the belt, are right for i he doae down pretty iae ea it, las. y immi is somewhat improved, she is not young girl. There are many varieties Ky., upon which is an excellent frame dwelling, built by Altred yet able to sit up. that grow in Douglass, of first-clas-s of pink and whito-rose- s material through New way Ve beat the tolophone has is If been diseovered ia Iowa by aataawaars. Covington will give a "Linen Shower" sprays, and they are cultivated for tho out. Has 8 or 10 rooms with splendid cellar, barns, icehouse and all other corsage bouquet. accordis They take geed bauortes eat of the rriday atternoon at s o clock in honor necessary buildings. This farm is well phone box for wee ia their waohiaos and of Miss Sara Rucker at the home of Miss fenced and watered. Located con ing Immense Lumber Meager. venient to churches, schools, mills, aaes. Thee Covington on the "Summit. replace then with wera-oa- t Contemplated. bank, l'ostollice, shops &c, and is an At a meoling of the Richmond Cotil they kiak ea peor pheaes aad the The No. 21 will heat 1 small room all winter with two Urns- - of sMcTtr tamp lion Club, Wednesday evening. Mr. According to the following notice ideal home. pany inetalk sow batteries. coal. Farm No. 2 Supposed to Contain Nenle Bennett was elected jjresident. published Thursday at Frankfort, the The Jfo. 49 er No. 21 will heat 2 or 3 small rooms all winter with 2 1--1 of 284 acres, known as iho P. W. Estilf and Mr. A. It. Denny, secretary. Tho slack or lump coal. Attoknbt Obxbral Wmkbhshau has alub will give a series of Germans dur outlook for the lumber business along farm, located on the Kentucky river, ot Waco, Ky. been quoted as toying that if he eon- - ing (he winter season, the first to be the Kentucky river is very bright: The 3 milPs .North-KaThe No. 51 or No. 25 will heat 3 or 4 rooms all winter with 3 tons of slacfc or About 100 acres of this farm is river article reads. unues in oUcc te the end irf AVsbWmH given on Halktw'en. lump coal. d is well set all the "Lumbermen in this section are bottom and Tail s teraa, he will sead sesae sf the Mrs. nugh Dargavel, who has been Tho No. 53 or No 27 will heat 5 rooms all winter with 4 tons of slack or lump In blue grass and good grazing land i rust aacaates prienn. Better hite sick for some time, continues very low. today discussing the report of the con Upon this farm is a new te frame coal. The Daughters of Rebekah, of which templated new lumber combination dwoliing of 8 or 10 rooms and halls i han never. G tons of staaK or lump Tho No. 55 will boat a large store' or school rootri-wlt- h order she is a. member, are rendering along the Kentucky River, between also another good house in the yard coal. For a church, less coal will bo required; every posbiwo attention. and this city and Irvine, with a capital of Good cistern, barns, well fenced farm The Deneoratic batteries have been Mrs. AY. Will burn a ton loss of hard csal than a hard coal baso burnor of the same very desirable watered. This J. Newsom returned Satur $5,000,000. Twelve mills in this terri and will make ais a home. good sizo and licit twice the space. pouring hot shot late the O'ltear camp day from an extended visit to Colorado Tract Ko. 3 Containing 50 acres, during the past month, and have com and Oklahoma, where she was the guest tory are said to be concerned in the . FOR SALE BY combine. The lumber business along situated on the South side of tho Rich' pietely roated tb enemy. oi mends ana relatives. pike 4 mile East of the Kentucky River has fallen off of mond and Irvine SIMMONS '& DEATHERAGE: Mrs. J. D. Dykes has returned from a recent years, owing to the improve- - Waco, Ky., and oxtendine South to the County road between Elllston and visit to her daughter, Mrs. Hanlcy Nip- 1 meet of the river by the Gevernment. Bybee. Over half of this land is beau . The 2nd Street Hardware Store pert, in uinotnnau. The construction of dams has caused tiful woodland and the rest grazing Mrs Frank Kebiaeoa and daughter. good building land and would The many friends of Mrs. Dudley of Kicnraead. will arrive ia a few days discontinuance of log booms. How lots. Through thismake runs the cele will land Tribble. who has been quite ill at her the plans Ui vtsit Mr. and Mrs. liampBrey Hud are being made by the L. & brated handspring branch that never ever, home on West Main street for the past son Daavtiie Advocate. week, will be plcased-tknow that her X. Railroad to parallel the Kentucky fails. neddteg invMaUons, after marrwge condition was somewhat improved yes- River with a branch track for 99 miles. Tract ro. 4 Containing 10 acres. Waco, Kv. and at heme aaneuBeemfnts. oalling terday, and all trust that she will be situated one This will facilitate the movement of on the West mile North of Hill pike. cards, death and birth announcements, speedily restnred to health. side ot College timber, and, lumbermen believe, has This strip of land is in grass. an thing, everything in this line of work Mr. and Mrs, Seth Tudor, Misses Mary been responsible for the roported printed or engraved at Of jxax office. The land will bo sold at 1 o'clock, on and Annie Maupin, all of Moberly, and merger." Business strictly cenndentiaL If October 2Cth. Messrs li. and J. v. Maumn. of Yer- Will also at the same time and place Mrs. W. C. Fish and Miss Pearl Ma mingo Park,i'. Now Mexico, who are visitson are ratting relatives ia Lexington ing their father and mother, Mr. and Keep Your 5kin Comfortable sell all tho personal property, viz: cows 23 hogs and a shoats, a milch and rraHKiort. Mrs. C. H. Maupin, of Moberly, co: And Your Complexion Qear and calves, 2 good strippers, 1 yearling Appurel A Most for Fall Mrs. George Banks aad daughter, of posea & party to Lexinirion last wee steer, 3 yearling heifers, 1 bull calf, During The Hot Weather. Dallas, Taxas, are vlsitteg Mr. and Mrs, They spent Thursday and Friday in the S aged mules, 2 yearling mules. 2 mare WITH blucgrass capital-,- taking in the races Ben Banks oh West Main. If your skin is kept comfortable, you mule colts, 1 horse mule colt, 7 brood and the sights of tbc city. will bo comfortable youself. If you mares, 1 yearling filly, 4 horses from Dr. and Mrs. W. O. White spent sevLIVE STOCK COMMISSION CO., children aro being made 3 to 0 years old, one 8 year old combined PINNELL-McMUlLE- N eral days ia Louisville last week. One of the lovely events of last week or one miserable'by hives, prickly heat, rashes horse. was the dinner party given Saturday by Mrs. John D. Goodloe. of White's Sla 2 horse Colts by "Bourbon Chief" Mrs. Elmer Deatherage in honor of Mrs. or eczema or if you are worried by tion. is the guest of relatives and J. sun burn or lot of bee KANSAS CITY STOCK YARDS, Taylor, of Kansas City, Mo., and pimples, black heads, we want you 22 stand of bees and and kitchen gums, L friends at McArthur, Ohio. All the household furni Mrs. Charles Staples, of Lexington, skin trouble of any kind, including carpets, parlor furniture, try zeuu ana z.buu boap. ture, Mrs. Charles Staples, of LextnirtoB. Covers were laid for fourteen and the to you use wash stands,, We anxious lo has been vkntiog her sister, Mrs. George affair was beautiful in its appointments, ZEMO are soZEMO Soap have we offer hat rack, Dressers,beddinz &c. &c. tables, beds and that Quotes prices of stock and feeding cattle asTbllows: a pretty compliment to the guests of you a.and bin mens. generous sample of each andij A large assortment of agricultural Miss Bessie Tarley entortaiBed the honor. Mra. Taylor was formerly Miss our 32 page booklet How to preserve implements, including corn planters, $5.05 $0.35 Good to choice fleshy stoors, 1150 to 1200 lbs meeting of the Christian Besiie McGinn and is the guest of her the Skin teachers plows, it i.C0 5.25 GootLto" choico stock steers, 850 to 1000 lbs sister, Mrs. John R. Patec, while Mrs stamps to E.W. you will send five 2c corn shelters, mowers, harrows, wagons, Church on Tuesday evening. Rose Mcdicone in price, Staples is the guest of her sister, Mrs. pany, 3032 Olive Street St. Louis, Com cutting boxes, cider mills, hay rake; 4,60 5.35 Good to choice yearling steers Mo. dumpcarts. rollers, buggy, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Walker have re George Simmons. Both aro extremely S'.OO 5.05 pav postage or get them today from doubletrees, harness &c &c &c. Good to choico steer calves, 7 to 10 months old lo turned from an extended visit to Louts- popular with a host of Richmond tho Perry's DrugStoro who indorses and A great aggregation pr tools or every 4.70 5.35 Good.to choico hoifer calves, 7 '0 10 months old . Ue friends. recommend ZEMO and ZEMO Soap for description, including saws, .hammers, SHORT TALK BY STANIFER ON CLOTHING 3.83 4.40 Good to choico 1 and 2 r oli) hoifers black-smit- h Mrs. T. D. Cheaauk and Mrs. tools, roofing tools, It will be pleasant news to the friends all skin troubles whether it be on infant augers, 3.50 4.00 Good to choice stock cows. 3 to 5 years old li wynne were in Lexington, Thurs- - of Dr. H. G. Sandlin and family to "know or grown persons. diggers, grindstones. chisels, f Wo know you will bo pleased with bee tools, maltox ccc &c. Kansas City. Mo., October 13. 1011.3 tiay. that they have returned to Richmond to a" lot of bacon, poultry, kettles. use of ZEMO and Also Man, if in if Mrs. J. C Hunt andklW son, of Ala reside. Dr. Sandlin left about two results from the brass kettles, new graphophone-- , meat bama. are visking mother. weeks ago for Texas with a view to ZEMO Soap. Perry's Drug Store. bencutlers, guns and fixtures, work if to making his home in that State, but on JJrs. tstlzabcth Crewe. Ordinance. ches also a lot of corn arid fodder &c &c. arriving he and his family soon discovMrs. B E. Turiey has returned from ered they could not become reconciled world is Estate will be TERMS The Real Be It Ordained by the Board of Coun sold for d a visit to her mother, Mrs. Spears, in to thelLione Star btate as a permanent cash.' and tho bal 'ing Lexington. Mrs. Spears left Saturday abode and have retemed to Richmond, cil of the City .of Richmond. Ky., That ance to be paid six and twelve months rthe following property owners be and from date of sale with 0 per cent for California, where she will spend tbc as Dr Sandlin expressed himself "lo Our Motto the same are hereby ordered to con interest. live always. winter. room struct concrete n&vement. curb and Best Quality -: Low Prices The Personal Property will be. sold gutter in front of ind abutting their all sums of less than S10.00 cash in well peoperty located on Jlobrly avenue, hand, over that amount purchaser to and Laurel street,. City of Richmond, execute note with security nNext is in payable capKy. ; at Waco Deposit Bank, Waco, Ky.. ; For Simoon Turpin In front of his prop Jan. 1st, luis. erty on Moberly avenue running the full If the sale is not completed on the to in Said pavement above date it will be continued the dav We are in receipt of letters from mild and gentlt in action that a child length of same. shall be hve (5; feet wide ana shall be following. Mrs. Eva Gaskins, 304 Madison St., as well as a grotm person can take it, constructed according to specifications material . Immediate possession giving to real Topelca, Kan, and Mr. P. H. Gavel-la- s, in fact, it has nt equal for children, it is in hereinbefore adopted by the Board of estate if desired. The Executors will ready-to-we- ar Wagoner, Okla as well as many women and old people. in Council. Said curb and gutter shall lake pleasure In showing the property '4 others, telling about the wonderful rev fcoods CTo It arouses the flow of gastric ice, run lull length of said pavement. will to any one desiring to look over the sults they have secured ia the cure of and by faimeon their stomach and liver troubles by stomach a peculiar action trains the erty on Turpin in front of his prop same. The ReaTEstate will be sold by easi- claims, tAurei the use of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pep- do their and bowel muscles to again of same. Saidstreet running lull length tho acre, and surveved nrior to dav of pavement shall be five sale. work nataqjly, and In tme sin. jiy medicines of in This remedy, as aH readers doubt- pensed with. all kinds can be dis- 5) feet wide and constructed according C, L.- SEA.ncT 1 specincations nereinueiore adopted Ih less know, has been before the public can hi had for A frei y sample bottle to the Board Council. and Exc. sending your by Said curb and of ier a generation and is now being address to the trial Wm. Bestosi doctor, for in wore extensively used than any other way Mrs. Gaskmds, Mr. Gavellas this gutter shall run full length of said ;An Jesse Cobb, Arcri ; Waco, Ky, and pavement. reawdy for stomach, liver and bowel many others first learned of the care. Roscoe Reeves in front of his propcowplaints. According to reliable tesLater, when satisfied it is the remedy erty abutting Moberly avenue. Said English Spavin Liniment remove timony, it seems to be a very quick you need, do as others are doing and pavement shall be five (5) feet wide and Hard. Soft or Calloused Lumns and jmd hi&tig cure for constipation, run aad dyspepsia, liver trouble, buy it of your druggist at fifty cents erly full lenfth of said propertp on Mob- Blemishes from- horses; also Blood Spavavenue and shall be constructed ins. Curbs, Splints. Sweeney. Rimrfiooe bnioaeaess, headaches, soar stom- and oae dollar a bottle aeeerdlnc SBisUearttoas hereinbefore Stifles, Sprains, Swollen Throats, Coufhs ach, gas on the stomach, drowsiness For the free sample a4aVK Dr. W. 16 Home of Good CIotKes, Shoes and Furnishings after eating and similar disorders. It B CaldweM, 402 Caldwell bmMu, adopted by tb Berd of Council. Said etc. You may save $50 bv the uae of Mahl and Second euro and gutter tbau run fall length of one bottle. Sold by Perry's Driur Store. is a liquid with took effect, and so Monticello, 111. ' said uvkdimiL 16 6mo The Cecilmn Club held Its first Our Story in a Nut Shell as 9aR WE ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR Tailored and Fancy Waists Sewing Machines F- LateENovelties Neckwear, Etc 'Smart Set" Silk Petticoats Mannish Novelties Woolen Goods for Tailored Suits Newest Designs Silks for Waists C AA Standard, Norwood, Paragon, Cleveland, Arrow and other good The PIU.UU prices machines at very 'good. We are also headquarters Easy payments desired your credit your sewing machine repairs needles, bobbins, shutlles, "beltsoil and Up HIGGINS f and Dresses , 1 n'jist on havinc: a perfect bathroom. & OWEN McKBB 12-S- The Richmond Climax. - ad e. Richmond's Quality Meat Market KJOaMaaB SCHOOL DAYS ANK CCOUNT RichmondJHeatihg & Plumbing Company 3 V k iwe -- 5t te Broaddus Sanitary Meat T.O. THE ZENITH OF STOVE PERFECTION , ht L PublicSale. 26, Thursday, Your children must go beyond the rudiments. It's expected and required nowadays. You owe this to them. Be prepared to send them to college; START YOUR BANK ACCOUNT NOW. READING, 'Kiting and . it ht - State Bank & Trust Co. RICHMOTnID. two-stor- ky. the Florence operated Removal Sale to directions: es st up-lan- We are now selling our'stock of goods Notions and Millinery v. 1-- at a great reduction on account PERSONALS DOUGLAS, Call and of moving January convince you see us and we o March and Douglas W. O. PARK, The Roy Satisfactory Store Not high 1 1 and Winter Wearing of-yo- Richmond's Greatest Men's Clothing- Store but high value for the price Young you believe yourself, you are sure of yourself, you honest feel and intend know that "'you are doing your very best, then the for you with open arms Whatever your work, with this belief there is, at top to accomplish the most be the dressed. to strength, character a biggest asset the yt-a- the-form- one-thir- Quality Groceries Await Vmt ri.ere. :- i FREE FOR STOMACH AND BOWELS Glad to show you how we are able of adding to your enjoyment, without, any obligation to purchase the service. We never permit faulty to leave our store man's possession. - Try a Sack lof A. B. C. Flour,; 59c a Sack Patent - v Sewell & McKinney Telephones and 223 the V;;keen interest giving the highest.consideratiqn points of excellence, end superiority, style, garments. the :and workmanship better, see and to wear our garments you the justice of our lhey may be comprenenaea an inspection or our ran anu Winter styles Suits and Overcoats extraordinary showing of thousands of splendid fcuitsand OAercoats at $12, $15, $18, $2Q and' $25 un-ridersl- many years we have taken a Ctr i - o- 4fc I I I I B I Men and Young Ige Richmond Ciimax. unusual eyesi wemejmt it THE CIIMAX PRINTING CO (Incorporated.) A. D. Miller W. G. White Mimb.r of KENTUCKY 10 H Lumber 1 If J IF SO, LET U5 FIGURE YOUR Pres. and Mgr. Sec'y-Trea- s. PRESS ASSOCIATION tad V EIGHTH DISTRICT '' LEAGUE.- - Wonder YEAH 1011 PUBLISHERS upIBkiifoi-oMLSTOii' rICK $1.00 mm Incorporated JER - company IN ADVANCE P.SS and 15 Cenls Autumn Styles IN MEN'S SDIIS Fail Milliner Without Extravagant Prices $12.50 & $15 the latest fashions. All PliOS- . flK fgB WEDNESDAY OCT 18 Hose Near L & A. Depot Telephone 425 former Madisoqpn May Enter Race, for Senate; The Louisville Times cnni.iin h following notice, which will be of interest to our readers. Mr. Chenault, who is mentioned in connection with tho Stato Senatorial race in his home countv of Mason, is a former residont of this county and has many friends hero whose well wishes will be with him should hi decide to enter the raco: As forecast in those columns, W. H. Means, of Maysvillo. was nominate! hv the Republicans for State Senator from tho Mason-Lewi- s district at tho district 4 Fairs in a k jWentucky Disc Drills We have just received a car load of Kentucky Disc Drills. Eefore buying call and let us show you this drill. Only force $1 BOX Exquisite, becoming, tasty Millinery in an astonishing variety. Styes offer a va ried choice. Simplicity is the keynote. One may choose a hat fashioned on long, narrow lines.or select dress shapea wide-brior any variations between; all styles shown here are authentic, and m of-the In snappy models, gingery and full of life, the kind the young fellows like. AH exceptional in clever Velours and Worsted, in a big variety of new pattern effects, new shades of brown, blue, tan and gray all-wo- ol all-wo- ol Men suppose you drop into our store, and let us shov you some of Adler's Collegian Clothes. The reputation of this make of clothes is without a peer. We have handled many makes in the p.st, but for style, fit, and wearing; qualities, Adler's Collegian Clothes surpass them all. They cost Becomingness BOY'S SUITS - Xroon" Now, that you are thinking of your fall suit and overcoat, ueai-Know- you no more than ordinary makes. f 5UME0 tie market. Runs alike up hill and down when the hopper is full or almost feed drill on the J. S. RICHMOND, J. STANJFER, KENTUCKY. " -- empty county and decidedly "dry" in his lean ings. A roport from Maysvillo says that Col. John B. Chenault, of Mason.Ifor-morl- y of Madison county, has heeiln,! the call of his friends and will stand fnr Ta I tho Democrnlin nnm!n,;nn t .i.. r. ate, but on tho distinct condition thnt if oToctcd ho will not support county unit extension. It fs said that Col. Chenault takes the position that this question has no place jn politics and there are "ravpr questions that should take un the timn oi tno i.eglslature, among them good roads and tax rovhion. Col. Chenault is woll known ovor tho Stato, having iimuc iiib race on tno Democratic ticket for Cleric of tho Court of Appeals. vodolhGVanceburffyester,3ay presented before the convention. He is one of n uepubiicans of Mason Guaranteed to Is a Characteristic Wear 4 months. our new Fall Millinery.-Every woman will find here just the hat she looks best in. of Good .serviceable, fancy 5uits that wear well sizes 6 to 6 all-wo- ol 1 $2.50 BOY'S SUITS Very fine quality, and nicely tailored. all-wo- Ui"" ' MEN, McCall Pattearris 10 ol All WOMEN, HILDREN the latest styles chiffon) sizes 6 to 17.... (GL0TUES and 15 cents. CUABANTCC3 $5.00 ADLER'S 9. B. Shackeleford 5 o. Telephone 33 Main Street, West ICLOTHES Courses leading ta Elementary State Certificate, Intermediate State Certificate. Advanced Slate Certificate (this certificate bocomos a Lifo Diploma). All these certificates are .valid in all Public Schools in Kentucky. Special CoursesReview Courses. Tamos Fkee to Aitointees . Two splendid Dormitories, Nev Moded Schoool, New Manual Training Huilding, Practice School, Students can enter to advantago at any time. Address J. C. CRABBE, President. Eastern- - Kentucky State Nouual, tticniioxo, Ke.tvcey. A TRAINING 5CHOOL FOR TEACHERS. or Jo try. skm. mmrmm BLACK POWDER 'WHY 'SO WEAK? SHOTGUN SHELLS V To get good results in shotgun shooting, it is necessary to have a load that makes an even pattern, gives good penetrations and is reliable and uniform In every way. Winchester Black Powder Shotgun Shells are just such a load. The next time you buy, insist upon having them. THE RED W BRAND , fo. H. L PATRICK DENTIST Kidney Troubles May be Sap ping your Lite Away. Richmond People Have Learned This Fact. When a healthy man or woman begins to run down without apparont cause, bocomos weak, languid, depressorf, suffers backache, headache, dizzy spoils and urinary disorders, kidney weakness may be tho cause of it all. Kcep tho kidneys woll and they will keep you well. Doan's Kidnoy Pills mako sick kidnoys well Can Richmond readers domand further proof than tho following statoment: Elbridgc G. Evans, Depot St., Ky., says: "Judging from my experience with Doan's Kidnoy Pills, I can say that they aro an excellent remedy and one that lives up to tho claims made for it I suffered fropi a sovere attackbr kidney trouble for some time. My back ached intensoly and I had soro-nes- s across my kidnoys- that mado it hard for mo to movo about. My bladdor seemed to bo affected and the kidnoy secretions were too frequent in passage at times, while at others there was a completo retention. I at length began using Doan's Kidney Pills and their beneficial effect was noticeable from tho first. I was soon completely cured and for that reason 1 am glad to givo this remedy my endorsomont." For sale by all doalors. Prico 50 cents. Foster-Milbur- n Co., Buffalo, New York, solo .agents for tho United States. Romcmbor the" name Doan's and take no other. Nich-olasvill- e, CI) co a 3 o Big Prices For Hides We have enlarged our warehouse and can- handle all the Tallow, Wool, Rags, Bones, Ginseng- aad Feathers that you bring-Remember we pay the highest prices. " We buy Hides Rubber and all kinds of metals and scrap iron. Bring what you have . Paint Lick, Kentucky Crown, Bridge and Inlay work a Specialty. Ollico in Bank Building. Taxes Due. Your taxes for tho year 1911 aro now in my hrvyds for collection. Come in'early and avoid the rus, as well as saving the ponalty, by prompt payment. D. A. McCord. Sheriff. 8-- tf I HAVE FOR SALE TIIE Best Braces for fences, Water Tanks, etc., and any kinds of Repairs for all kinds of Machinery. ordAre the largest buyers of cattle, hogs, sheep, er RICHMOND Phone 363 KENTUCKY Iambs, and calves at the Cincinnati Union Stock Yards. Consign your stock to. them and receive the highest market rHEN 3'our residences a id store buildings need prices. to painted and papered, or decorated in any S. Norris. way, see me about it, as I am prepared to dtfall kinds of all-around M. WIDES G G Sale & Co. Notice of Election. W. i NOTICE. Petition. Notice is hereby given that thcro will bo lield by tho officers or tho regular November election on NOVEMBER 7, 1011, A. C. Reed and Othors, On Painting, Decorating and . ' Paper Hanging'. work except such as I invite you to inspect at all times before being applied to your house, etc. Also, I will appreciate u shaVe of your patronage, and promise you in return for same honest work and materials. Very Respectfully yours, I wfil use nothing in the way of materials on your a H. TO INSURE YOUR HOUSE WITn days out of tho week, and four weeks Automobiles Painted. out of a month, and have such copy as At my shop on T'lird St. I am pre- as this to "edit" that is sent in by your pared t o paint and trim Automobiles. reporter : .. T n . ureeK, -Jet a Can Carriages, Buggies and Vehicles of all U1 uaciue kinds. I havo a mintnr of Inn- nr. opener slip last week and cut herself in pcrienco As Administrators of the estate of W. and who understands his 1110 pantry. I. business. Prices as low as consistent m, Ralston, we will sell at ten o'clock a, on mischievous lad of Piketown threw with first class work. Givo mo A trial. a stono and hit Mr. Pike in the alleyway Horse shoeing, Blacksmithing and 1 UCSday. . renairlnr? in all hrannhns. Thursday, Oct. 26, 1911, John Doe climbed on tho roof of his James A Mooms f threo miles south of Paint Lick, on nouse last week, looking for a leak, and Dan Brock, fire, lightning, cyolono Paint Lick and Whito Lick pike, the fell, striking himsclLon tho back porch. following real estate and personal pro tr porty: nilo Uarold Green was escorting land live stock insurance. Miss Violot Wise from tho church social 91 Acres Good Bluegrass . Dahlman, "Cowbov" Saturday night, a savage dog attacked Jas. Land them and bit Mr. Green several times on Mayor of Omaha, 'Throws tho public square on which there is a nice the "Lariat.. resiT t xnmmer, oi uunning Creek isui.ni m. Mavor Jas. C. Dahlman is of an inter. dence, containing six rooms, new barn School house conwas playing with a cat Friday, when the cstiog and impressive personality. Start- and outbuildings. land is in grass with cat scratched him on tho front Dorch inS llis career as a cowbov, ho is at prcs- - venient. All this15 the exception of acres for corn. This Jlr. Fong, while harnessing a broncho r"! .'li.Z .lr. """.', .01 "1",Vr property is well waierefi and is an ideal I '"K vuuiu tu 111a 11 cuii. ouuiin uv, tiiwvs homo. Tno following stock will be sold .......vU.u.v, ..us aiuw juab aouiii 01 ljo. Nfib.. three terms: ilavor of Chad. at samo timo and place: me corn crio Kxchango. ron, two terms; Democratia JNattonal Two brood mares; 1 sad- Committeeman oighr"ycars; Mayor of For Rent. Omaha, six years, and in 1'JIO candidnte dlo mare; 3 suckling mules; 1 mule colt; 2 aged mules; 1G head Having docided to discontinue houso for Governor of Nebraska. Writing to hogs; 23 head of cattle, consisting of Foley & Co.,"Chicago. lie sayi;: 'I have keoping, I wish to rent my dwolling on taken Foley Kidney Pills and they havo steer.' and heifers. Farming implements Second street. House is in cowl ronair. given me a great doal 01 relief, so 1 consisting of wagons, harrows, plows, binders, wheat drill, rakes and corn sovon rooms with nil necessary outbuild- - cheerfully recommend them." bo mado known on Yours truly, (signed) Jas. C. Daiiuiak. planter. Torms-wil- l ings, stabl 0, good pasture, garden, etc. day of sale. Stockton & Son. I al.so havo for salo ArJersov milch cow I J. T. Ralston & Bros. pply to T. J. Moberly. If you aro going to havo a party havo f Im ' . ! ' i. your .uriciv cruani in .mat I liicci uiajvu Administrators A Stranger in This Country. dolicious mannor. tf lG-Paint Lick, Ky. r .i . I I i :: fiaKing wniSKey in orison. The best plaster. A picco of flannol Don't trifle with a cold is good advice From Salem, Oregon, comes this re- - damponed with Chambcrlainls Liniment may be for prudent markablo story of a Kentucky moun- - and b?und on over tho alfectod parts is vital in case mena and women. It is nothof child. There faincer who was caught making whiskey cn? For''sale bstocon'S ing bettor than Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for coughs and colds in chil while incarcerated as 'a prisoner in that Son. dren. It is safe stato: "Thodrysin tho Stato Poniton- TT, Remedy that Stockton & Son. and sure. For sale by tiaryaro in control,aftor havuigieen A Household shocked for a week by tho ingenuity of gives Confidence. bley's Kidney Remedy vs. a Bill Edwards, Kentucky mountaineer, a Is Folov's Honoy and Tar Compound. Hopeless! ase. lifer, who succeeded in surreptitiously Mrs. T. J. Adams, 522 No. Kansas Ave., non, Ati. J. E. Freeman says: "I had manuiaciu'ing whiskey in his cell. Tho Columbus. Kas.. writes: --l'For a number a sevcro kidney trouble and uards noticed that prisonors bocamo 0f years my children havo been subicct could not caso ofand my case seemed work unaccountably intoxicated. Edwards to coughs and colds. I got somo of d hopeless. I used several well known improviacd a still from a fountain ley's Honoy and Tar Compound and havo' kidney romedies, and had the services syringe ana manufactured from prunes found that it cured their coutrhs and of a doctor, all of which gave me no relief. One large bottle of Foley's Kidney dozen drinks a day colds in avpry short timo. so I kcop it Remedy cured, mo and I have never been in tho houso all tho time." Stockton & bothered since. I have also recommend Son. ed it to my friends who all received the same good results." Stockton & Son. For Sale Sawed oak tobacco sticks. Low prices. Will ship any amount from Money to Loan on Good Farm 100 to a carload. Writo quiok- Lands. Estill Lumber & Timher Co., 14-The Northwestern Mutual Life In"Irvine, Ky. surance Co., will loan money at 5 per Dyspepsia is our national ailment. cent interest ou 500 d improved farm Burdock Blood Bitters is the national lands on Mortpee. cure for it It strengthens titomach is the highest type of Apply to J. C. Chenault, Atty. membranes, promotes flow of digestive Richmond, Ky. 9 tf womanhood. juices, purifies the blood, builds you up. 12-ttwo-stor- y . now would you like to be the editoror somo paper and sit at your desk six Like to be an Editor? - PUBLIC SALE RicIiiriondU Ky, Rural Telephones Farmer: Hake your home as modem for your family a a eity and place yourself in a position to get. the latest market qnotaiHHts at ny time. This can be accomplished by means of our telephone service, when yon and your neighbor can get for a sum that is small compared with the received. Call or address our nearest office or write direct to headquarters Nashville, Tennessee, for information regarding our special "Farmers" Liaes rate If at present you are not enioyine telephone service, we can iinmodiatriv jnterest you. Our lines cove? the States ot Kentucky. Tennessee, Migsiseipp Louisiana and the Sontbern portion of Indirfna and Illinois. Mr- he-enta EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE CO., Incorporated Young Women Read what Cardui did for Miss Atyria Engler, of Faribault, Minn. She says : " Let me tell you how much good Cardui has done me. As a young girl, I always had to suffer so much with all kind of pain. Sometimes, I was so weak that I could hardly stand on my feet I got a bottle of Cardui, at the drug store, and as soon as I had taken a few doses, I began to feel better. Today, I feel as well as anyone can." .... 1 ld ld 13-t- 1 ? 1 1 1 Cardui Woman'sTonic Are you a woman? Then you are subject to a large number of troubles and irregularities, peculiar to women, which, in time, often lead to more serious trouble. A tonic is needed to help you over the hard places, to relieve weakness, headache, and other unnecessary pains, k. the signs of weak nerves and For a tonic, take Cardui, the woman's tonic. You will never regret it, for it will certainly help you. Ask your druggist about it He knows. He sells it over-wor- Fo-ha- tor Sptdal tnitructto&s, and Wrtti ta: Ladles AdTtsory Dect Chartinooea Altdiane Co.. Chattmoojo. Term., t lor Women." sent free. J 59 book. HPvfll Lackey Telephone 62 Betsy's Pointers a woman with good sense but w had beauty enough to make herself highly agreeable. If you wish to see faces light up with joy and satisfaction just drop in amonc the customers at "I have never seen 6-- R Freeman AT ONCE YOU an election submitting to llio votors of roxiown .Magisterial district. No. 3. the question whether or. not cattle or any species thereof shall be allowed to run at large on tho public roads in said district. Dono by order of court this September 14, 1011. 14-- Scott's Emulsion is the highest type of curative food. Corsets CoMts ' THAN TO WAIT "UNTIL IT BURNS AND WISH Attest: l B. TERRILL, Clerk Madison Co. Court. & Todd Opera House Building nAD Biliousness is duo to a disordered condition of the stomach. Chamberlain's Tablets aro essentially a stomach medi cine, intended especially to act on that organ; to cleanse it, strengthen it, tone and invigorato it, to regulate tho liver and to banish biliousness positively nnd effectually. For salo by Stookton & Son. W. L. LEEJ)S Third e. DOTY, SURVEYOR The nourishing and Scott's Emulsion are so curative elements in Suits Gossard -- Corsets The Home of Low Prices and 5quare Dealing 5treet Richmond, Ky solicago of those its patron needing services of a com potent man. Address, RICHMOND, KENTUCKY. perfectly combined that alh(babies; children and adults) are equally benefitted' and buildup. it's the Standard and always the bett. ALL DRUGGISTS 11-- 17 Judiciously Spent Money is Be tare to get SCOTTS every gem in cur fine collection of jewels is, and their rich color and brilliancy and uni Nuxol and Victor Suits que and exquisite setting and Coats make them fit gifts for a Made to "special order" only Queen. We have everything Per-- A Rare Beauty fectly Fitted That Put Into Homes New Tailoring Shop J.jB. Stouifer has reopened a first class shop.JSuits made lo' order made at home by experjened Tailors. Over. ' 'i ,000 samples to select from. Cleaning and Pressing by Tailors. . Because dollar, for dollar we do not boliovo thoro is anything else on earth that brings tho samo pleasure as a homo. And again, by investing rigtt hero in your home community you aro dealing in values you understand and with peoplo you know; "honco tha risk ofloss is completely, eliminated. What you dont know about lum- - bor wo aro hero to tell you and wo may bo able to help you avoid many of tho mistakes that aro'frc-qucntl- y made in tho selection of Looking through. lumber unsuited for different purposes. Somo lumbot is O. K.' for Our list of paints you will be amaze outsido uses and not worth n cent at the- many varitics for special uses. for interior finish, and vico versa. There Are Paints For Every Wo know just what is best for' PLinose. most purposes nnd have it in stock' From tho usful water paints for cellar to show you. Drop In nnd lot's walls; barns, etc., to the finest of jar- nisheii and polishes for,the furniture or talk it over . . .1 ..... m.ii i.j: uil.iv. juu ivaiinu uu auut J.UJI us jJiuuuk wo'Il Supply the paint product with which; to do it I -- -- chat is new and novel in pins, Style, fib and material jjuar- - rings, ear screws and drops anteed. Call and see samples at prices that areremarkable and stvle books. for their low figure . Mrs. J; A. Moores Richmond, Ky, 220 Second Stf oet F. J. YEAGER Its Money Saviflg ( 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 customer. : ; r : : t ' George Marischen, Cutter J Also large price. line1 of ready made Clothing, r - jHats, and Furnishing Goods at reduced " Every time you place your GROCERY ORDERivvith us. You get the benefit of the lowelit market prices THE BEST INQUMilTY. J -- D. 222-Western ST0UFER Stretf; The placing of your grocefyorder with us means that at'ihe end of th year you have accomplished a worth while economy. ' -- r a . i :R Juett & Todd-Edwar- ds Son 363 . D, B. McKinney ininwir WTe A aU plteni'i119 Paper and Paints East Main Sw RICHMOND, KY Telephone 35 L. Hin Street Circumstances Alter Cases W.D. OLDHAM andCOT THEY BEGIN THE FALL SEASON WITH 6 9" PULL OFF A NEW STUNT THE MOST STUPENDOUS SALE! filler eA ? Richmond U 23301 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 factori3s 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 tor 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 YE S , EVER in the history of our mercantile 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 tunity to buy new stuff right when you need it at prices even lower than many houses quote at the end of the season . Remember this is a sale of 5pot Cash Goods for Spot Cash We don't do anything halfway. We don't advertise a sale and not have it; You will be shown 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 - a-l- ert sale of new merchandise ever before offered in this up-to-date when you see the ' city BIG BARGAINS we are naming during this sale 1 I ins Saturday, October 7th, and Closes Saturday, October 21st You Can Buy Cottons and Linens 1 , . Lace Curtains Now Points, , 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 Zr 7 I -- 2c per yard, our price - - just received from the mill Beautiful cafMos of Irish Brussels, Cluay, " lof of Laco Curtains -- Good bleached Muslin, full yard 8 Slioes For Men maa-- - wide, no dressing, regular J 3c valued our sale price. -- A Flyer in Small Wares and Notions -ar , " . : : ' . For Women Shoes For Children Yen e&R bay them during this sale and save enough money te buy useful things diiriag the ooM weather this winter. Our entire new steek t Wb. Kaoatand's ao Sbees for men, Queen Quuality fine Shoes for Wesson, Gkipp & TapJoy's eetebratod liHe of misses and children's Shoos oil go in this sole at grestlr reAtMed prices. Besides we will have great racks fall eT nil Vl4s af dhees, ail good, at less than half price. Det Btifes them. The burgains you will sec in Ribbons will alone pay you for your visit. Perain Hair Ribbon, 5 inches wide, all pure silk, regular 25c value. Ribbon Sale price .50 whole bolts of Lonsdale Bleach Cotton will be :sold during "13-this-ale at -- 25 whole bolts Pepperel Bleach Sheeting, 10-- 4 wide, will be sold at per yard 1- JJr 10c yad Nice, wide, all silk ribbon, 5c per yard Standard Apron Ginghams usually sold at ri-- 2 and 8 Z our price during this sale -3 This sale opens promptly at 8 o'clock Saturday morning, October 7th, and closes Saturday night October 21st, Look all UVU UiC u&l gains for you everywhere ( I 10,000 yards of the very -- best Calicoes, all colors,' blackr gray, indigo, blues, shirting prints, reds etc., all the very bes brands will be' sold during this sale right A-- off the bolt at per yard - Kirby Beards English Hair Pins, in in stright 1 and crimped styles, per paper I Jet head Mourning Pins, 6 boxes for 5c A large cube of white and blue Jace Pins, reg-ul10c value, sale price 1 Honeycomb Wash Rags, 3 for 10c White Cotton Tape, all widths, Ic ; Good Pearl Buttons, regular 5c per card, sale" pricc2c Ladies' satin back extra strnno F.fasrir Shr. . porters, regular 50c sellers, sale price -. -Sanitary D.inking Cups, Ic - ... ; Sanitary Hair Nets, the best, 5c . .' ' . V- - .. ;. g , . m ' " - expect, Uon't fail to see tliom All mado twlsiod thread with pstMt ovor-Ioc- k edgas. irthsrels . a place in your home for ' Cb5Irs now is-ttime to buy them. 2 a and 3 2 yardy long and 15 to 60 inches wide. We are nam- in" prices on this magnifl- cent line of Lace Curtains cheaper than you can - L.aoes. ' dM he 1--2, (Colored Drap'eries Plain Nots during this sale regular price. n-- d at almost half th0 -- One lot "ladies' Short In Beautiful patterns. Sale price . - 23 cents One .latf .ladies : - welL worth from 8 to JOc each, will be sold during Ihis sale at 12c dozen or 500 dozen.nice eamhrir -- iitmct5fKorl-H"-.U'jr.- Mnikiu.u uf. r iunuici duels, 1f C eaCll - Long mado out of beautiful IvrinWo Xtiolbj in solid colors. Pink, IishYbjue, lavender and red, beautftully trimmed; reg-ul$2 valu.53. Sale price atlO o'clock tt I:- - ah iew inercnaneise at Alt .. .T A f . ! .. J lYiignty TIM .1. J low rnces "wv . 98. One lot nf cents nri r. 98c in beautiful waist and sleeves. ZSST'15'" -- $2 95 4 W. D mmmmmKmmmmmmmmlmmmmmmKmmammmmammmmmmmmmmmmm Old-ha- m and Company ' -- y2 . - - - a. nriM. " I I I - i' . . 'S .' . .. . . ' I ' . When You Clean House Add sometlunpr each, year that will make your homo more comfortable. It is difficult for most of us to buy large Quantities of house'f urnishings r-, at one time You wilhbe surprised; though, how .rapidly your hameibscomes attractive with new things,. "if you follow this plan of adding something '.new every 1 ' . m t v .... g S D ucr riRji IB I . iy rail Suits -- nu ur inn ixeyy ii f :fmk' j-wff- jr orLLUVVLLL bnULo T9E BETTER-Km?i We strive always for something belter for our spring. The longer we are in the clothing buiness, the 'more we are impressed with the fact that the best suits sell first. The most artistic patterns, the richest 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 ly by-ear- Try It A Splondid Stock of New Up-to-Date Furniture, Mattings and .Rugs Ready for rour selection now. service. our trade, and Speedwell Shoes are the result of our efforts for better footwear. We earnestly believe they are the best ever sold in Richmond for the price. They combine good looks with quality in the highest degree. We show them in fine patent leathers, tans and gun metals, both in button and lace for dress-u- p wear; and some special Calf skin stock for extra hard outdoor Air they ask is a trial. o long-weari- ng r , Price, $3.50 and $4.00 KENTON SUITS. BENNETT and UNDER $100 ! H T GG I N S AK ING Dan Brock, fire, lightning, cyclone and livo stock. tf Clean up your yard, Don't let tho winter sot in with tho baok premises full of filth. Reward, $100 rrt n vf tlii paper TrtH br ftfetftM to ow lrd-- l Heafe lwr' l r b. butt able tm our. la alt Its t.il ikat la c'atsrrh. Halls Catarrh Care MHlTe Mir kMmtt to tfer rad-- ' briae a i.rulu. - Catarre atlWtleaal cuaMttottmal trratGMM. itr.- a t . tetrraally. arttac Obt ia irrhthe blood tafccaaamraaa nutates C ui-- ti aa4 torrH))ai all aflat, the (oeedatlen t. ii aad aivtaa; the pattest Mrcagtb as tfc- - rwmtllsllae aad aaatctlBg Ba.In wwfc. Tb areprl.tfi have il, u raltk tm tta nmtn inrm that tber HanaM llnllari far aar u that It .. .nr.-- . Se4 Car Hat C IftliartaH. ir. -- s F. J. CHKKBY & CO.. TMeSe. O. . ' l.v all DatfgTk, Tfe. llaU'a FaaaHr 11a tar eaaatlpaUoa. I r. .! ' it i The Kofltucky State Fair mado money this year. After all tho expenses were paid the books showed a balance of 5,75J. Capt. Thomas Richards, bugler for tho" First Kentucky cavalry,, died at his home In Stanford last week, agtd eighty years. d, You'll find the Kenton make without a superior itl the clothing world. Kenton fabrics retain their fresh, new appearance, and Kenton tailoring keeps its shape and style to the full satisfaction. e wearer. ' For the coming season Browns will hold first plaice with men of fashion, with Blues a close second. Both are shown in every conceivable shade and beautiful color scheme, in styles to 'please men of ever age and taste. Special models to fit all men; the stout and slim, long and short, chunks or regular we fit them all. Prices tor Kenton Suits: of-th. -- HANAN SHOES THE WORLD'S FINEST? FOR MEN. s Hahan 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. ' f "We ; PRICES, $5.00, '$5.50, $6.00. Dr; M. Dunn Specialist O General Auctioneering. Services Reasonable. Wm. Lakes and Miss Sallie Broom-flelboth of this county, wore marriod In Diseases ot EYE, BAR, NOSE at- - the rosidenco of JTIm Lakes, at and THROAT il.nm Rldg. Richmond. Ky Deluth, Thursday. Mr. "Waller Bennett, administrator of Dr. DavMd Bennett, sold "last week to Miss Belle Bennett a reside-ccn Oak street for $3500 JESSE COBB, $15- - $16.50- - $17. $18; $20, $22.50, $25- Other Good Suits, $10.00 to $12.50. BEACON SHOES. We've sold them, for years, and the demand grows every season. Good Jookingt 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. PRICE, $3.00 AND $3.50. PHONF83,or481. ?g' Pure Apple Vinegar X V mi's. - The candy bill in the Vnitcd States last year reached an astonishing total Tho monoy spent by our people fcr candy was $78,000,000. Z. T. Rice sold from his farm on tl e Buokeye pike .23 800pound yearling w W. Itroenne A Qe., Have excellent cattle to Jas. T. and Collins Coy, price .'a limes, for atnrnga. Bring in your 4 2 cents Lancaster Record. ia-t- at Allman f vil.oat. 2- -tf John R. Stetson' Hale I SI.50. .AltXOM). RWE in W mtaalcs by Wood-- Never fails, The Climax. o by Perry' sDrar; Storo A colored woman with two sma 1 Come to Owen MeKee, Rfbtnnond children would like to have a regular K for dry gooie awl nations. Others place to cook-i- n some family. Can bo do and why ot you. If seoo at John Grub's .residoncc, in East Old corn S4.M pw W. by lite load, End. Gabrella Yates. your order he John U. Duncan, of "Waco, and Mifs Arnold & Simmons, tf. Mary Hubbard, of this city, wore mar--, Rice is km erMH k jflWimc. Bvory ried at the residence of Rev. B. O. ne talks ab n. Any Smw made Beck, at Waco, Friday, Rev. Beck performing the ceremony. i tf ..rdcr and delivered peowpUy. At tho recent State Fair at Louisvillo Plenty of Oats and aU sf flokl us thoro ware 2,200 chickens and 500 srtils at atUaetive prions. See pigeons on exhibition. Soxno of Jho fore buying, best chickons sold as high as S750 each, ArooM ic Simmons. ii and quite a number brought $300 each. The Teachers' AasoJation af Sofeoel Dr. II. G. Sandlin has returned from Division Xe. 1 will he hM at the Waco i: tpt ist Church, Saturday, Oeteber 33. Texas and has moved into residence .ixx speakers will fee en ha ad aad an OA North strcot, belonging to Mrs. A. Dr. Sandlin has opened Million. mi erecting program has been arranged. offices over Taylor & Oldham s store, Everybody mvjted. next to State Bank & TruH Co. 'id t1's Sanitary Lotion. I ich relieved, little local in the Climax last week was tho cause of the return of a gold dmbrolla handle to the owner. ' Results can always bo had byTdvertising in A He Covington and Banks V FTesidence Destroyed By Fire. Tho Eastern Kentucky Normal School Elsowhere in this issue will bo found Tho residenco and contents of Mr. Leo 1911, TO foot ball team ent over to Paris, Thurs tho advertisement of Todd Bros'.- Sale REPORT FROM JULY 1, were completely de Gott on Main street OF OCTOBER 1, 1911. Program Benefit Ladies' Aid day afternoon and defeatod that fast ag- at Brassfield. Read it and don't fail to stroyed by fire about 12 o'clock Satur gregation by the score of 21 :o 5. The attend tho sale. Thero will bo bargains KECEIPTS. in Blue Farm, day night. Tho origin oi tno conflagra Baptist Church. Normal team is playing fast, snappy in goods of all kinds. Balance on hand July 1, 1911.. .$ 41 G6 tion isunknown. Mr. Gott estimates Money from' paypatlents - 226 30 The Delsarte entertainment Thurs games and givos promise of making one his loss at about $3,500; with $1,500 in; 250 00 County Teachers' Association. day night promises to be the best ever of .the best teams in Central Kentucky. surance. 99 99 City r given in Richmond. Thoi"Dudo Drill' Tho County Teachers' Association Entertainments 105 15 Having decided to leave Madison meaty, I will sail at pMic etioa to Ula Brilliant Speakers. " Money for Teachers. 8 00 esi Biauer, on we premses m and "Guess What" will be tho catch of will meet at Mt. Zion Church next Sat Membership fees- 13 14 lion. W. A. Cullop, member of Con urday, October 21. A fine program has Miscellaneous Farley has paid the' season. The dudes will display the State Treasure 10 btato of Indiana, and been prepared for tho occasion and a gentle gress trom-th- e $410,000 to the county school teachers, latest styles for nobby $745 23 Total on their men, and the dudines will present tho Hon. J. A. Sullivan, of this city, will largo crowd is expected. Good music grass farm of 132 acres, more or law. Urnm this fan k a which is the first installment DISDUItSEMEXTS. salaries. Tho monoy was due the most fashionable millinery and other address the voters of Madison county will bo provided and dinner will bo Servants and eatables . .$866 25 u wening oi xi rooms, wiin porones ana vsramia. geea cellar. g& cMw. a today, October 18. at tho Court Houso scryod 'on the gronnds. . 290 53 orchard just beginning to bear, all usual aad accessary ovlbuiMiaga, stock r.nw Nurses' salaries: teachers on tho twelfth and was sent to lingerie for tho city belles. Tho children in their drills, etc., will at 1;30 p. m. Every voter in Madison . 90 73 iurtjB iuimccu u;w ii, auiomotme iiuus. iag iroprevomoats are i im vrr tesi cf Laundy tho conntv superintendents who will . 28 18 repair. The farm is splendidly feaced aad watered, there beiag tv a er fa. nr bo the sweetest you ever saw. Thcro county shouldtako advantago of this Cattle Purchased. iiigntr. turn it over to the teachers. , . 11 35 springs besides large pond. There is a sood teaaat house on farn. Thirt . ,v Telephone are over 140 of our most Interesting opportunity to hear thoso two noted Mr. T. E. Baldwin, qf this county, re Water 7 00 acres of this farm ase now in cultivation, rest in grass. Mere iban 13A acres r ..a . young people in it and they will bo as speakers discuss tho issues of tho cam cently received threo car loads of cattle Merchandise Successful Raid. Firs . 50 i a . 185 89 land will produce tobacco. This farm will be sold in two tracts. with no Improvements will be soM. Then S2 aeres with all improvement T re sisted by some of our best musical paign- bought in tho Kansas City market. Mr. Capt. W. T. Short .and Deputy Mar The purchaser may have lOMguaum nf u 9S0 51 the farm will be sold as a whole. Total talent. Tho program will be highly W O. Park, who is ordor buyo,r for shal Wm. Mavs roturned last woek 745 23 house and grass immediately. This farm is situated in Madisoa oaualv, Kc . S A Question ot Law. Receipts entertaining from start to finish, and n miles west of Richmond. 2 miles from railroad, on the Maple Gtoe"iurn: stockcrs and feeders for I vmi will lnnTM na vnil nnvnp lmionpn lip. A boy whose residence was in Pen ' $185 28 Churches, stores, postorhce, school house within stones throw. " Live Stock Commission Co., of KanOverdrafts made one of the biggest moonsntno For Sale Cheap. dleton county attouded scliool in an- sas City, bought them for him. Mr. No. of pay patients23....Dnys. JM1 Will also at same time Mr. Jee Oldham shipped. Wednes raids in the history of tho State, des fore. You cannot afTord to miss it. and place sell Three Houses and Lots 111 squire Deoker Bms plana, ia good day Jo Pittsburg two ' car loads pf ex troying two stills and capturing nino Mrs. Reid has mailed 150 packages of other county, .passed tho necessary ex- Baldwin is delighted with his purchase Ao. oi county patients. 7. . ; LOT NO. 1 Four room cottage with about 1 condition. Apply at 8 aree of mud in gmm. their large programs which contain amination and was given a certificate as and says that it ia an extra good lot of No. of city patients... 1.... ii 16-t- f port cawje. xnese came iiau oeen men, who were placed in jail at y CUmax Ottee. LOT NO. 2 Has frame buiktfos witn foar reonw. laraa $140 worth of advertising from tho county graduate. Tlio question steers. purchased during tho summer from Beattyville. 320 porch, side porch and veranda in front, good cistern, ben hmuo, bam awl 30 Total ii business firms of our town, so tho whole aroso as to which county, should pay for with about two acres of grass land. Wanted. 11 gardenVT various partios and averaged about No. Improved . .. T V. 1. i Vrt 17.. wu srarjr uuk wiin ai. roasts, i See W. W. Broaddus & Co for all county will feel an interest in it. Many is attendance at High Scliool. Tho Given Life Sentence. -- ivy. uas lomg sine porcw MM uu urn 18 Satwr-d;- i 1350 pounds. No. recovered A good svfcscripUen mr. Call kinds of storage. tickets have been sold by tho children Stato Superintendent decided that tho 2 eranda, good cistern, barn, hen house aad about 2 aores of grass hMtL evening w Monday meraiBg.' Wm. Park, colored, charged with No. uied Hon. Jerry Sullivan, one of tho best 5 D--- ll J. B. Stothbu, af (mU OrrharH. i and the Grand Opera Uouso will be county of his residence must send him tabbing to death Shearer Riddell two No. remaining Will also sell at the same time and place the following UULI 111 1 1 wwi " ..cill-t- f larNgrth St , otty. democratic speakers in the state, spoke crowded. Get your seat reserved early to High'School and that tho place of weeks ago, was given a life sentence in Personalty Orchard Sprincs guests next Thursday morning" at "Wines' Druj Normal Notes. at Stanford last Monday to a large 'and Crab ... graduation has nothing to do with it. t. -- . l. : i the penitentiary in Circuit Court, Mon Notice to Taxpayers. 1 oothuaistic crowd of voters. Many of year will oo auoraeu a large uauuuK Store. Tickets exchanged without ox .black harness horse, gen 50 bushels of turnips. Hurst's men are rushing to get day. - Tho case was called for trial 1 bran new surrey, never been used "i ourCity Tax bills for Mil are now his friends aro hoping that he will bo pool wherein to disport themselves, as tle for family use. tra charge. "Mrs. Reid has been on Richmond Boys in the Game. Monday morning and a vordict was Memorial Hall connected with the combined horse, sired 3 second hand baggies. lue and in my "bands or collection. On sent to Lancaster to speak in the in Joe Willis has built a solid concrete gagedlin tho work for many years and Messrs. Harry Rfco and Harrold Old reached that afternoon. It is reported Power Plant before the first cold snap. by Dr. Perry's horse. e Ml tho I farm wagon and harness that are not paid ou or bafore 27 fee', wide and from" d bay harness horse, per- the reports from tho best towns acd ham, of this city, who aro attending that a number of tho jurymen were in Tho plant will supply low presure steam prescribed by terest of the State ticket Lancaster basin 70 feet long, geed as new. 1. leil, the in fi feet in depth for children or cities in Virginia, Kentucky and Tene 1 mower, been ha ne i Jja s. lecny pernio, f.rdinaiic will be attached and interest Record. , .. Millersburg Military Instituto, contrib to all radiators throughout the t. sorrel harness mare, fine 4 bran new xne pool is ipacK oi iub nessee, where she has given her enter uted largely to tho defeat of Cynthiana favor of inflicting tho death penalty. campus, tho the best in tho State and grown-ups- . Weber wagnus at rate of 8 per cent, witl be charged on sen Ifis Bargain counter shoes of all kinds. finally compromised on a life e driver. 5 Columbus wagons. all tax bilk after Nov. 1, 1011. lake in a shady park which will be fitted tainment, say; they aro tho best they High School foot ball team at Millers but keeps the various buildings on the sorrel harness horse, fine 1 Tennessee Wagon. T. C. O'XeiL City Collector. . See thorn at Rice & Arnold's. tence. up with scats, swings and flowered havo ever had. 2 driver, 1 newxlosed boggy, steel lir Office City Ilall, eoraw First and Irvine burg, Saturday. The scoro stood 10 to campus at a satisfactory temperature has ordered an inves walks, altogether making a now and Gov. Wilson aged farm horse. 10 4t 2 new sets of fenggy aomeas. k' reels. In Serious Condition. Et Frankfort, Winchester, Bowling 0. According to newspaper reports, our while tho labor.dirt and dust of sepa four-yeNo. 1 old herse mule, well 2 oM seta baggy harness. tigation of the offices of various Police nowerful attraction for Crab Orchard every seat was boys broke. Old Reliable Paint and Wall Judees in tho State. He says he has Springs. 'Mr. Willis will also install Green and Hopkinsuille so got your seat of thowere at all times in the thickest William King, of Hamilton, Ohio, rate furnaces aro eliminated. Department HOUSEHOLD GOO!s sold before tho night, fight. Tho Domestic Science pair of blocky mare mules, about 15 aged 43 years, was found in an unconbeen advised that some of these otU electric lichts. ice plant and for winter reserved early. Paper 5tore for 5ale. 1 flee He ward Diana. hands high, good feeders, now includes a well furnished kitchen, scious condition on tho railroad track olals have been suspending tho jail guests a sun parlor and heating plant. nice jersey cows and calves, gentle and 1 n'.ee organ. Don't Think Mucji of It On account .eX ill health, I otter at 1 leather uen. near Ford at an early hour Monday recitation hall, model dining room and Rubbers must fit tho shoo to givo sat good milkers, part of tho penalty for carrying con Nothing is heard here among tobacco morn'm?. and was brought to tho Pattie sowing room. Additional equipment yet 1 fine side beard. private sale my paint and wall paper Circuit Court dry cow, will be fresh in December, isfaction. We can fit you. they have no coaled weauons. a thins 2 parlor sums. prominently located on Main large fat cows, 1 fat heifer. 1 nlee bull growers, concerning the proposed new A. Clay Infirmary, this city, where he to bo received represents an expenditure Rice & Abxoi.d. After a recess of several days, business logal right to do leW fashioned nnreau. calf, 2 weanling calves. - rect in Danville, and established for pool with manufactory attached and is being caro I for. Ho is supposed to of $575.00. was resumed in Circuit Uourt last 'j.a ucs- 7 beds, About 30 head of hogs, .all sines. I typhoid Wo are grateful to the city council Twenty-liv- e Thoro arc thirty cases of years, Tho trade is second Great Convenience. is not belioved that It will meet .with havo fallen from, a traihT His condition bed. ilav. The followins cases havo been About 75 barrels of corn, to be sold in puts-hi- s to none. Danville is an educational fever in one suburb of paris, and nearly called and disposed of: Carpets, rugs, and fMer thing 'on heap, is very serious and thero is little hope who issued an ordianco at their last , Postmaster Wallace has mado ar- - much favor. If Mr. n.tggin . . numerens to m patten. mcetins for the completion of the lot of loose hay. renter awl grewtog lews. I must get evorv case has been traceu to uso oi Louis Ross, charged with the murder ranffomcnts with tho authorities to millions into tho plant ho will insist on of recovery. All kinds ef khofceOTncrititr. ut, of the house. mnnrMa nnvftmpnt nn SAmml strftftt About 50 shocks of sugar cane. The first customer water from a certain spring. Typhoid of Patsv Norris. both colored, was ac carry an expross or closed pouch of controlling it and it will bo controlled 250 gallon oft lank About 8,000 tobacco sMoks. Don't exists in many towns in this section, Ho cares no more for MISS Wnite lO leacn in Irvine. This will connect Sullivan Hall and w j i get a bargihkjM'easy terms. Roll top desk. quitted. About 150 bushels of coal. mail on tho 5:00 p. m. train, northbound in his interest. of IContucky than Duke,, hut. fortunatelv.'wc have not heard of write, come and investigate. kk. irti,rini, Whito- - iifiU"htop of other parts of the campus with the Abe Burton, charged with killing limited. This mail will make con the growers any write or telephone A. B. Gihboxs. Danville, Ky. or any of the other millionaires and it Mr. andlMrs. Roy C. White, has ac- - heart of the city and will afford great hy., For write further information iernell, Itichmond, me at my home at Nowky. a single case in Richmond. It or or telephone J. I. Ky. John Loiran. continued until next term nections for oast and west and is a great looks more .like a rival trust than a rfinted a position as teacher in tho new- comfort to the school community. Your business this fall is going to de of Circuit Court. convenience to the public Heretofore Louis. Day Trip to college at lrvino, anu leu jionuay momThe regular fall meeting of the Board of the humblo grov NITSVTBY, pend on whether you Jet the people Suit of MrsFish, of Boreaw against the last mail north from this city left plan for the relief inf. to assume Her duties, .hiss it nue er. Winchester Democrat. B leaving Riahmond on tho L. & N. know through The Climax that you tho estate is thoroughly competent and should of Resents was held Friday, October J. T. Ferriell, Clerk. Long Tom Chenault, Auctioneer. Sanr Welch for $1,000, re at 2 p.m. and tho next 4:17 a. m. prove a valuable audition 10 mo lacuuy otn- - wiin an wie mumoers presenu ram at 6:25 a. m. direot conneotion is have the goods to' sell. MYo know you sulted in a verdict for tho defendant. Mr. Wafers Has Strofce of of that school. Sho is a graduate oi Routine business occttpied them during -,fast train have an olegant lino of fall and winter Died in Colorado. ade with the B. O. S.-Fire, Life, Accident and Health Insur Paralysis. ' saving Cincinnati at 12 o'olock noon troods, but all our readers aro not aware Tho friends and relatives of Mr. anco. Tho very best old lino Companie 8 o'clook of this-fact- . authorize tho expendituroe of $001.00 to ini!. arriving in St. .Louis at John F. Wngers, who suf of this city. Tho people or lrvino and provide playground equipment for the w, Earnest Park in this city aud. county " Wm. S. Broaddus, Act. t, ifctill countv are indeed fortunate lo jidp eveig. TJils train carries will rcsrot to know that his death fered, a- scvoro stroko of paralysis last Mr. Burton Roberts "lias purchwed securo tho services of Miss White, who School, which will include lawn high-bac- k We have had experience with many Eczema. Psoriasis and other skin saat ooaohes "of stool City Primary. occurred at Grand Junction; Colorado, winter, and. from which ho had about is ono ot tho most brilliant young Model intorcst of J. C. Hronston in .tiio ty myriads of remedies troubles double teeter senna at are causedtlte akin. Unless never seenfor skin trouble but rso swinss, teeter-totteraa cement oonstnwtkm," parlor cars, livery firm of Snyder & Bronston, on and such remarkable cures Inwork in The Democratic City primary, Tucs- - lajt week Mr. Park was afflicted with recovered, had a slight return, of tho school women in Central Kentucky. these germs are promptly destroyed thoso from D. D. D. Prescription.appliladders, turning, vaulting standards, c lectric lighted dining car, and makes streets,- - and the now day, was ono or tho most mtoresiing weak lungs and left several years ago disease on last Friday. Mr. Wagers col very first they rapidly multiply. their stant relief from the Third andJrvino giant strides, rope ' swings, parallel way deep Into the sensitive tissue. cation. direct cenneotton in St. Douis Union firm will be known as Snyder and city Inviolable Rule. Wo are so confident that D. D. r. elections held horo in many years, for the wost in search of health. For a lapsed and at first ho was thought to bo This Is what causes that awful itch, horizontal bars. bars, and Maiion with all Western, Northwestern Roberts. These gentlemen aro ootn will and what seemed a. mere rash you reach your case that It wHI east Thri Climax has received recently a from tho fact that ovory candidate while his condition seemed to improve in a, very serious condition, but has nothing if the very nrst fuH slxa Coach C. II. Wilson was invited by may grow worse and develop Into a and Southwestern Maes. Other B. & O well known in Richmond, and it is safe considerably during tho past two number of communications for pubhea fails to make good every otalm. loathsoma and torturing seemed to have friends who wcro eager and it was tho iiopo of his friends and Kelly, of Lexington, to act with Its y iiars of misery. skin disease bottle you have skin trouble ef any s W. St. Levis fast trains leave Cin to predict they will do a thriving for their favorites to win in the battle relatives that ho would bo complotoly days. Both attacks were Jn the loft Hon in which tho writers failed to ap Lieutenant If Don't take any chances! Destroy the kind we certainly advise yu to D. pend their 1signatures. No publication asfioldjudgo In tho opening game. of germs at nhe beginning of the trouble in and Investigate the merits of urap t mnati daily at:00a. m. and 0:15 p. m business. of ballots. The election was ordorly restored' to health. Last week ho suf sido, and whilo tho paralysis Is some 'nr nnv siauuiu - ...III a. xn nuwujuvua aV-- tho season Saturday, at Lexington, tun uaw titsnrmrtia Sunday with that toothing and cleansing wash, D. anyway. Wo know that D. D. D. exceiit Sunday at 2:16 a. m. and followed what allayed Ir. Wagers is suffering tides no matter now wen prupareu or the D. D. D. Prescription Tor Eczema. Mr. William Wilson, ot tho Internal aud tho defeated candidates aro in line fered a hemorrhage and death between State University and Morse- 8:25 a. m Night, trains have A 25a bottle will prove this, to you. win help you. onlv at Tim eirrnlnrv nf nnmmiini years of ago and considerably with, rhoumatism in tho Covington, for thoso who passed under tho wire in He was thirty-tw- o Ho - Harvey Colloge, of West Virsrinia. indi- - Revenue Collector's office at STOCKTON A. SON electric lighted sleeping cars with one child lo mourn rieht 'side. His friends will be glad to cations is always insisted on as an eviwas hero Saturday frying tho fat out of thn lft.nl. Below wo Give tho vote cast leaves a wifo and faith on the part of the a good game and a most idual berth lights. For information as his ' demise. His remains will be receivo tidinzs of his continual iuv denco of good that we uosiro 10 use ine reports and other fa tho election: tho gaugers storekeepers writor, and..not. . to fares and other particulars consult . . yuunanvw. I.... .-- Ilia -Dleasant visit. Score l: to 0 in favor J t MIC provemont. O. H. City n. Fran. Nor. brought hero for interment. in the whiskey T parties interested signature 111 out miKMAAI.nn of State University. agent or address T i our local tioket 100 70 140 IS InVlOiaOlO anu llioso smium; unifies to help push V. S. Todd butsness, raising funds WHY HESITATE? S.-the Stat Miss Virginia Sinclair, 111 79 07 140 s T Skblv. T. P. A. B. & O. Big Crowd Hear McDermott to tho Climax will comer a iavor oy Jeff Stone Judge O'Rear's "dry" campaign. &. II. Uyboe..-ll- S 70 54 54 signing such articles although the name Student Secretary of tho . W. C. A R. R., 513 Traction Bldg., Cincin dear 92 89 Edward J. McDermott, Democratic 51 Isnt it to laugh? Cynthiana Democrat. W. T. Vauglin-li- u will be withheld from publication. An Otfer Thai no Money made her annual visit to Sullivan Hall 2t nati, Ohio. 53 candidate for Lieutenant. GoVernor'of 53 30. 03 Berry The fire wagon is certainly an or B. Lorisch last week. The purposo of her coming1 Risk it You accept It 74 77 34 70 E. made a splendid speed: CO was to direct tho local association in nament to Richmond's firo fiopartment T. T. Covingtonl27 78 Kentucky 54 We aro so positive our romody will in the interest of the State ticket at connlotelv relieve constipation, no mat a J. E. Sexton G7 55 37 82 lavins out its work and course of This vehicle has recently received 80 tho court house, in this city, Wednesday ter now chronic it may be, that we offer 74 45 100 nf Tiaint and now puts on a R. Golden studv for tho year, and to make ar Seventy Years- - Old and 07 afternoon. The speakor was introduced to furnish it free of alheost if it falls. 52 20 rangements for the meeting of Stato very attractive appearance. Mr. Jas. W.Kennedy... 03 Constipation is commonly caused by Praises Wonderful conference which will convene hero by Hon. J. A. Sullivan, and his romarks A -- Moo res. the popular aniru street muscles of Auction Sale at Brassfield. kopt tho audience filled with enthus- - weaknesslarco tho nerves and expect November 3rd Hyomei. congratulated intestine. To blacksmith, is to bo nf tho Mr. Paris B. Akin paid the Normal a 'T had a sovoro attack of La Grippe. Wo have decided to sell on Octobor ji jasra. Ho made a strong appeal to tho cure vou must thoreforo tono up and up-to-da- te rasing er feeding cattle call on or this excellent piece of workmanship, week. He and Mr. G M F and con- - neonle to keen up the good worn strenathen thoso organs and resotrCl It loft me with bronchists and catarrh i visit last is one oi lasb vears Erauu re- - oi.i hranln? at 9 A. M to t i,. tinvimr secured ' orders witn i knnmi quiet deal in I Mnnrp. wno w ..." .i place li sell started, assuring them that witn tn thnm to healthier activity. turning the day with a tree lunch at arecondnptlng the school at Cor-pair and repaint the wagon. Wo want you to try Roxal) Orderlies ono ear so I could not hear a watch ales, o'clock, about $500.00 worth of Merchan- - Democratic harmony that was pre on our iruaranteo. They are eaten like tlCK. 1 commeni'iiu usiug juui HYO bin, Kentucky. Pinnell-McMulle- n many friends of Miss Bessio . Tho Clothing, Hats, vnilint? all over the Stato that tho en candv. and aro narticunrn gooa lor MEI nnd- - Inhaler and soon BOt relief. Mr. O. V. Jones, a former irraduate be pleased to dise, consisting of Shoes, 1 my Kentucky Live Stock Commission Co. Mallor. iof this city, will a position as Caps, Calico and other Dry Uooas. tire .ticket would win by a hand ome children. Teey seem to act directly and believe that ititsavedmany, life. am who is principal at Burgin, uay. inese . to secured i sav- was also witn. us lor a ware-- majority. Mr. McDermott is a very nnthn nerves and muscles of tho bowels. have recommended young men are making good all along, ""w ...h iha well law These goods ill be moved to our Thev aonearentlvhave a neutral, action over seventh vaars old. I have told where thero will be plenty of room entertaining speaker and his romarks on tho other organs They do not ral nrominenS doctors what it did for tne line. Kansas City Stock Yards & Johnson, of London. firmer Williams for the ladies. Every article" received the "careful attention of all purge or cause other inconvlence. We me." Wm. H Mowder, Washington, Malloy has the distinction of and seats For, Rent '.. wttl refund vonr monev if they do not N. J.. R. F. D. March 10, lsu. A oaref ul selection of what ypuwant. Miss goods will be sold' without by- - present. ho having recolrcd two diplomas in one of these Fof catarrh, asthma, bronchitis, overcome chronic or habitual coastipa will bo made by our W. O. Park will be Residence, C rooms and kitchen, in bid or reserve and the terms Boots are tho Jiest: ikn ami thus aid to reliove the myriad: coushs. colds and catarrahal tfistfness Ball Band Rubbor htt had !S vears experjeuuo m ..."e. year. She graduated from Caldwell rjish There will be about 15 " of associate or dependent chronic ail- HYOMEI Is guranteed by Br if. Uood repair,and'"in " ; geedeighborheedj SeeJUce & Arnold, orders on this HiarKet- - Please .add High School in Juno, and from a Lex ' . nnni.9. Trv RexalL Ordilies at onr Mlddleton. Complete outlfit including i Annlw fin all cemmunicatiOBS to 4. Overcoats in the- sale. Every ono in Business College, on October style rTsV- - Threo sizes. 10c. 25.. and 50c. inhaler and bottle uuxatisi i.uu lagUm You .will make no mistako.in sale and get some lie Prather at W. D., Oldham Miss attend this UY034EI If afterwards ei.. .,-.t- a with her to her newhome vited to W. and quality if you buy your shoes from Snld onlv at our store The Rexall seperaW bottlos r bargains while they can. Go's nseotoi M cents. Store, u. L. Perry, Richmond, Ky. congratulations and well wishes of of the Rice & Arnold. Yards the Todd Bros. Kansas'City Stock any friends. -nd CATCHY Richmond Wins From Paris. Todd Bros'. Sale. P. A. C INFIRARY Grass Live 5tock, Household and Kitchen Furniture, Corn, Hay and Sorghum Saturday, October 21st, at O'clock -- s Ms fine-blu- ; ... 2-- tf Pinnoll-McMul-le- ' .. ' 1- -2 two-stor- ---- ii four-year-o- ld three-year-o- ld N. two-hers- ljfour-year-ol- two-hors- . four-year-o- ld two-hors- e two-hers- four-year-o- ld to ,;er M ar L to an ars o -- O. SI J. S. STAPP, IvY. elo-'an- Germs Spread in Skin Una-win- s, m i- t. . v - M A I " Bronchitis Conqured To Cattle Dealers nmt REDUCED I have a big line of Paper which I will Wall at greatly - -- reduced prices, in order to make I" kn room for next season's goods. Very truly, v O. PARK RrOHMOIID, KENTUCKY a el a aBfeH A SALE TO UNLOAD THE i1 Dipt Stock o SEEN IN RICHMOND A SALE OF ALL NEW GOODS ALL OVER m Seasonable Merchandis tr NOT A LOOM END SALE BUT A MONEY SAVING SALE FOR EVERYB ODY of stores that gives us buying facilities that other 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 e Way reducing the cost of an 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. arti-.cl- YOU all know we have a 9112 all-wool, SIZE Brussels Rugs largest room size, seamless and regular $17.50 retail price. AHnew,pretty,rtQ bright patterns.. Our sale price for choice II ?i Uey U AQ proved every day. Make all the comparisons you like. Our remarkable offering of the above mentioned 9x 2 seamless Brussels Rug. strictly 1 all-wo- HLN it comes to value giv- Mat- -' ing in Rugs,-Carpetting and Linoleums,, no other store matches ours with same qualifies a claim that is s, II ol Goods purchased for this THE were bought on the folf lowing conditions: One-ha- l down, the other half before leaving the house." They will be sold that way. Nothing but CASH j & oes. fabric, goods otherstores ask$ 7.50 for 1 at $8.98, is the identical Axminster Rugs, in Oriental and Floral designs. All C new patterns, at d We will sell during this sale our entire lot of 9x12 Smith's .75 This Big Sale Where. Your Dollars Will-d- o I Double Duty, i 1 VI . Jour Winter Underwear " at wholesale prices. Same price per piece as, per dozen. Sh eavy C IIlLDREN'Vests andwin ter weigh t Pants, usual 'fleece-lined Begins Saturday, October ?. ET Blankets and forts at unusually low prices. Ojypn AOni of BED SUEETS, Com- WEofdon't want you to Tail to see our tables Muslin Underwear. There are some Big Bargains for you there. price 25 cents, sale price 10c CHILDREN'S AND JOSSES' Suits, in siies 't to 12 years, regular from 2 28c values. Our sale price 85-een- Bleached Sheets, full size, for Ui"flU small beds made of close woven firm sheeting cottony with improved welded seams in center for added Don't miss them. strength. Sale price Hand-toi- n and ironed. llLcoats sell 500sale. will in this Black Mercerized Petti- - They are beautifully-ruffle- d 47c and tucked, and range in price from to $2.25. You can take your RQr $1.25 pick for yL BOY'S Sale I heavy, fleece-line- d Union Our 42c Un-io- n in all sizes, the kind you pay 50 cents for evei'ywhere. Price...... Bleached Sheets, full size, for double beds: made ofjiuherior quality linen finish cotton, free from hem. - Regular 79c dressing; value. Sale price. , . . 5Sc 3-in- ABIES' Extra Good. Ribbed Suits, in .bleached and gray. Regular 00c values. Sale price . . 44o 100 dozen ONE LOT aboutVests and Pants, Bleached ' WM Bed Blakets, in gray, tan and white. Reaidar S9c values. Sale price Wool-na- p wid-white.wit- h about 150 up to $5.00 each. Our sale price for choice "'$2.89 .Department. The stock was never more complete, and the prices we are naming for this sale will be a record breaker for New Goods. -:-:-:- have just received a lot WLBlack 5ilk Petticoats,,worth 49c . D IG BARGAINS to be had in our Hosiery Elegant Blankets winter weight. Regular 30c valnes. Our Sale Price 23c Copyrijto 1910 By SCHLOSS BROS. & CO. Fin Gotke Malcen Baltimore cd 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 & j '& they got ,to the factory where they make Tailored Suits and Cloaks for Ladies and Missesr Cloaks for children, too. Separate Skirts for Ladies and .lisss. 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 latest and best styles; and bought them for "Cash Down" at such low figures that anybody can afford to buy them. "If you intend to buy anything in Ladies'Ready-to-we- ar Garments this season, you can't afford to miss this chance. Come before : they .are picked over. -:- fUR BUYERS surely did go somewhen j " in gray,tan blue and pink borders, looks as nice and is as good as a $5 Full size. Salepriee . .g Si. 79 11x4 Blankels, in while, gray and plaids, slightly soiled. Regular price $5.00 $6.W. Sale price for choice.. $3. 5(1 Sanitary ONE LOT of Men'sPants. A fleece Vests and regu- lar 75c val ue. of all-- wool ' SaU-imc- e. . tfc WL ' are SoleAgents ONE sellers. LOT of Men's Extra, Iledvif 'Fleece-lined Vests our 60c i89g for the: American Lady Cors&t; and we Salepriee fNE LOT, V value. full size Bed Comfonts, ' dbout 85 in the lot. Regular $ J I ERE is whore wo are strong Salepriee for choice G9a on Bargains for you. We -- :- -:- closed out one of tho largest mills In the country, a big IqI of Pino Hats and Caps. T h o y are all now styles tho vory In tost Don't fail to sco them and get tho Low Prices wo are naming. silk lined Com; .forts, ranging in price frorti $f.50 to 3.00, will be sold dwjing: this sale at about former- ' price. See them! one,-7ia- lf fNE LOT of fine have just received a big. shipment of all the new styles. It is a shame to cut. the Vprice ,on th'em, but theywill all ' be sold at 'greiatly ;duced prie'esrfor the Blankets v) ill be grertly reduced in price for fids sale. . Ifyov expeel to need Blankets this winter, now in the time to buy them. f UR Entire Stock of fine all-tcp- ol Big OpeinjSahr This Will Be a Sale' That Will Bring '.' Wonderful Sayings On Seasonable Merchandise W. D. OLD HA M & CO for 25 Years Richmond's Biggest and Best Stor ... This Surely Will JBe A Record Reakihg" Sale, As 'Offer ;Ngthing But New Goods andrSSfyles. -- - r