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Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): October 25, 1911 Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914 Richmond, KY 1911 ric1911102501_sn86069162 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): October 25, 1911 Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914 Richmond, KY 1911 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 18th YEAR RICHMOND, MADI50N COUNTY, KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 25. 1911 Mrs. Bennett Candidate. lire. Bamuol NUMBER 19 L. R. BLANTON, wVnOIESALE ivND RETAIL . Goal, teed, Salt, Sand, Lime, Rock. OLD DOMINION PORTLAND CEMENT and All Kinds of Plaster Material. Cor. Main and B. Streets Tclphone 85 White - and - Gibson The Old Reliable Dry Goods Firm We are now receiving daily our new Fall Line of & Son. city, is a candidate for the nomination nsn memborof the Board of Education of Loxington. Saturday's Lexington Leader contains the following notice, which will bo of interest here, where Mrs. Bennett has many relatives and friends: "Mrs. .Samuel Bennett, of173 Woodland avonue, has accepted the Fusion nomination for member of the Citv Jloard of Education from the Fifth .Ward in place of Mrs. Frank Gentry, who recently announced her withdrawal because of the pressure of household hlulica. A from the Fu sion Campaign Committee, composed of Col. "W. R. Milward and Mr. W. H. Barnes, waited on Mrs. Bennett, Thursday afternoon and secured hor consent to accept the nomination tendered her by the whole. commilteo. Mrs. Bennett n is a club woman and has for a number of years been deeply interested in educational and civic rnl- ancement. That Mrs. Bennett will add strength to tho ticket goes without say ing and if elected will make a useful and influential member of the Board." You are not exnerimentinor on vour. self when you take Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for a cold, as that preparation uas won its great reputation and oxten sivo sale by its remarkable cures of colds. and can always be depended upon. It is equally valuable for adults and chil dron and maybe given to young children mid luijuicn connucnce as n contains iiu M.iriiiLui uruir. ror snin nv h niurnn well-know- BenncltfqrmerJy of this Former Madisonian Honored. Mr. Joseph S. Joplin, formerly of Richmond, has been elected secretary of the Bloomington, Illinois, Business Men's Association. The Bloominjrton Daily Bulletin contains the following notice concerning Mr. Joplin's election "The directors of the association held a special meeting in their rooms iajhe Gricshelm building, Friday even ing, with a full attendance, and elected Mr. Joseph S. Joplin secretary. Mr. Joplin was present, and, in a brief review of the situation, accepted. "The'quostion of a secretary had been under advisement many, months, and has not been an easy ono to solve in view of the large number of applications that have been received by tho committee. "Tho directors and several of the larger commercial establishments have been extremely anxious to obtain the services of a man peculiary adapted to undertake the important work now so necessary for the upbuilding of Bloomington in evry respect, and after a through canvas, it was decided to offer the position to our fellow townsman. Mr. Joplin, who had not sought the place, believing his acquaintance with conditions, acquired through closer-toucwith tho city's commercial h affairs best fitted him to represent the Association. "Special inducements. were made him and in view of other offers under consideration by Mr. Joplin, all of which would have taken him elsewhere, tho Association is to be congratulated in this fortunato conclusion." Mr. Joplin is well remembered in Richmond, having married Mrs. Rella Harbor Hume, of this city, and was engaged in the furnituro business hero for several years. 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Steams & Fosler Mattresses are made of clean, sanitary cotton; felted into hundreds of little webs, forming many springy, buoyant layers, landing, neaily three feet high. These layers are then, laid by hand and compressed to of their original height and encased in the ticking; then tufted to jufl the proper tension, so as to be soft, yet firm, half yielding to your figure, yet supporting it in perfett relaxaone-sixth substantial, every-tla- y foods, for all occasions. The only baMzig powder made from Royal Grape Cream o! Tartar No ASumNo Lime Phosphates i Woolen and Silk Dress Goods Linens, Ginghams, all kinds of "Wash Fabrics, Trimmings, Laces and Embroideries of nil kinds and everything in the Dry Goods line. Please give us a . in our line as we fell call when wanting ' J sure that wo can make . g anj-thin- Prices That Cannot Be Undersold Why not come in and see what we have? It will r : : cost you nothing and will be appreciated : Thanking Tou for past favors, we will appreciate an early call When in need ot lllacksmithing iti any of its branches, Farming ImpleShort Tobacco Crop. ments. Bujrcics. Carriages. Wni?ons. Rubbor tiros &c, get prices from It. E. The Cincinnati Enquirer's annual Miller. UuionCity, Ky. f. tobacco crop report shows tho weed to ,bo 20 per cent short ot the crop of 1910. The report says: A conservative estimate of tho burloy acreBaby-Mus- i age may now be made as follows: Kentucky, 142,053 acres: Indiana. 9.070 acres; Ohio, 20,70a acres; West , lrginia and scattering .sections, 10,- 000 acres; total, 183.0SO acres. The mi harvested acreage in 1910 was 281.- 000 acres. This year's burlov has greatcly improved towards tho end of the season, but the dark tobacco sec tion makes a poor showing. Hi WAR DECLARED. Catarrh Germs Must Be Conquered or Health Will ' be Destroyed. 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This is the view had by the Seventh Day Advcntists. according to the Rev. Kit C. Russell, of TakomaPark, D. O., an exponent of that faith. have maintained "Tho adventists for many years,'.' said Mr. Russell, "that tho refusal of tho powers to help the Turk, his final expulsion from Europe and tho scramble for his territory by the nations would be the signal for tho appearance- - of Christ. Tho basis for this belief is the prophesies in the Bible." That good ice cream PIm Four Grad Anchor. $10.50 Windsor. $13.50 or ouoenontv J x Lenox. $16.00 Stvle A. s $22.50 Dan Breck, fire, lightning, cyclone andjive stock insurance. tf Baby Pictures Notice to Taxpayers. or When you buy a Steams & Foiler you get the beft Mattress value offered. vCome in today and ask to see these exceptional Mattresses. We'll gladly shew them. A positive guarantee on every Mattress. Our Specia White & Gibson Main Sfreet, below First RICHMOND -- The Photographer Your City Tax bills for 1911 are now duo and in my hands for collection. On all those that are not paid ou-before Noy. 1, 1911, the penalty prescribed by ordinance will bo attached and interest at rate of C per cent, will be charged on Public Sale. all tax bills after Nov. 1, 1011. OnSalurday, November 18, 1911, at T. C. O'Xoil, City Collector. . 2 p. m. I will soil at public sale my Oflico City Hall, corner Firsthand Irvine residenco on Orchard street containing streets. 10 It seven rooms and all necessary outbuildSeo W. W. Broaddus & Co. for all ings. Good storo house on tho lot. 18-kinds of storage. J. R. Parke. 2-- tf A Stearns & Fofter is a very Comfortable and Economical Mattre to hay. at Ricci's tf OLDHAM & LACKEY Undertaking a Specialty Lame back is one or the most common forms of muscular rheumatism. A few applications of Chamberlain's Liniment will give rolief. For sale by Stockton & Son. ffilSte. W. S. O. R. O. L. WE SELL MAY MANTON HUSTLING CASH STO RE YOU ARE INVITED. WHEN WILL YOU GOME -- WE SELL MAY MANTON " PATTERNS 10 GENTS EACH PATTERNS TO oiiu&a : SEE : OUR . : DISPLAY y : OF : FALL : MERCHANDISE? 'o tv B a & uvyzs iticii 10 CENJS EACH I oiiucs i I? ; onuses r ci y umig new up tu iuvv ... .. viuiiinig : g to 9 . : All Kinds. All Sizes. All Prices. The new- ' est lasts, and more of them than ever. Re- -. member we make good every pair " of J. E. Tilt Shoes for Men, Dittenhofer Shoes for Ladies, and Buster Brown and Blue Rib-- T bn Shoes for Boys and Girls that fail, through :'any fault of leather or workmanship to give Satisfaction. A trial pair is ail we ask -- We want and lower in price for quality, than ever. to show you a brand new line of Elite and King Gar. ments Company's Coats, Suits and Skirts from. We want to show you the greatest values in Men's and Boys' Clothing and Overcoats, we have ever been able to secure. Wt defy all competition jan ars O. $10 TO..$30 K - on $10 AND $15 We want to show you the largest assortment "Infant anH Misses or v : Coats you have seen in,tmsjjcity.l . ' jr-- and a customer'is assured fo us. prices ranging irom $.1 ' .00 TO $7.50 our array of Thcss- Suits and Overcoats for men; also $3.50 and $5.00 Suits and Oevrcoats for Boys. o$ ts We are showing big values in Corduroys, Kerseys, etc., for every day use from $7.50 to $10. Be sure to see them before making a purchase. & d$ You are invited When will you come? If fcfactj W&tJ;Peacst warlt to showypu what We- - - want to sh.ydu QofSf iir: - C)utin,:ectctc? Jh: you want irfTanyllihe: mm YOU ARE INVITED j. JRHEN WILL YOU COME ? if Corner First & Main Richmond, Kentucky if w tf tf tf tf tf tf tf tf '4 tf tf tf I'M ! MB tBhlaeMboM. BB BBBMBEBBBB. 1 "i . Our Story in a Nut Shell Our Fall Line of Goods is "up to the minute" as we constantly watch, the market for new and worth goods, and we respectfully invite your attention to our line of Bray Bros., North Middletown;' ShropMaUeek, Winchester; Jas. L. Mr. WttlteM BevecatMM, of Stanford, shire fees baa Um gusetef Mrs. M. L. Middle- - Qay, Piaj-eh- ; W. A Walker, itaaford; tea. Heater Wray, Stenferd; R. 8. Be udder, MeKineey; T. B. Robinson, Lancaster; O. W. Witt; Ceimty Jud ef C. Christy, Lebanon; D. McCullough, KatiU Ceuftty, was la live city yseterday Atlanta, us. en prhut Mrs. Betti fiMf fihBitwtiu .lui Xext Monday. Tuesdav and Wednes has been visiting Mrs. Zaring for the day will be the last chanco you will PH ten days, has gone te Mt. Srerlieg mve to register. The Hockaday Sale. The sale at the residence bf Dr. W. L. Hockaday, deceased, en Wednesday ast, October 13, oeewred the sale of stock and farm hag implements of Dr. W. L. Hockaday, deceased. There were present about 1,500 people from Madison and adjoining counties. Long Tom Chenault was the auctioneer. At 12 o'clock dinner was served and duly appreciated by these in attendance. Among the articles sold were the following: One bull, 3 years old, $75, Elmer Deatherage; 1 tfull calf. $41, N. B. Coy; I cow, 0 years old. 8o5, Joe OldHam; 1 red cow, 7 years old, $14, Woods Walton; 1 heifer and bull calf $70, Matt Ar buckle; 1 cow, 3 years old, 855. Alex Allison; 1 cow, 3 years old. $17, Arch Doty; 1 calf, $32, Elmer Deatherage; 1 cow, Mr. Putner; 1 milch cow. 8 years old, $47, James Adams, 1 heifer, $30. Mr. Ballard; 1 red heifer, $31, Mr. Ballard; 1 red heifer, $30. Mr. Ballard; 1 pair aged mules, $145, W. W. Park; 1 pair mare mulest222, James Hockaday; 1 horse mule, $170, James Hockaday; 1 cutting box, $2.00; 1 maro mulo, II years old, $82, Dan Tipton; ungath-ere- d corn, $2.25, James Hockaday: Tho Deacon, iron grey gelding, S175, John Goodloe; Lord Peavlne, dark brown stallion, $150, J. F. Cooke; Rec-tin- a, bay filly, $220, Thomas Leechfleld; Annie Brown, chestnut filly, $140; Brown Bcritori; Silver Locks, groy mare, $40, Wm. Boggs; Spanish Maid, light grey filly, $125, Billy Robinson; Georgia Powell, bay mare, $77, Wm. Wnjrs; Iamcydc. brown filly, $95, James Adams; Parke's Mare, chestnut mare, $15, Robert Walker; Mr. Gayety, chestnut, $92.50, Wm. Boggs; Uolddust Queen, chestnut maro, $145, Robert Walker: Tho Queen Maiden, chestnut filly, $225, W. Y. Claybrook; Mr. Law-sochestnut colt, $140; Richard Scud-do- r; Rnby Starling, bay. mare, $290, Thurman& Peters; Creole Sue, chestnut maro. $310, James Hockaday; Kentucky Brandy, chestnut, marc. $200, James Harding; Hilaria, dark chostnut filly, $350, Cuarley Dunn; Lord chestnut colt, $375, Mr. Ldt-maWashington C. U., Ohio; 's Best, ches'nut colt, with stnr, Deallicr-agstripe and snip, $510, Elmer King Louis, bay colt, $200, Elmer Deatherage; Richmond Choice, black colt, ra95, B. Turlcy; Kinloy Rex. chestnut stallion, 8385, Thomas Robinson; Pcavino's Choice, chestnut c It. $125, Thomas Robinson, bay colt, foaled August. 1909, $100, Joseph Hockaday; Miss Dalton, black mare, $200, James Adams, bay coll, foaled 1910, $80, Mr. Duncan: Wyatt, chestnut gelding, HIS, Wm. Adams; Lizzie, bay mare, $155, Walter Hockaday; Tussoy, chestnut stallion, $59, C. W. Hamm; Dutchman, chestnut gelding, $130, C. O. Coy: Yellow Bill, yellow gelding, $25, Mrs. Hockaday n, Gold-worth, n, Pea-vinoe; Jl ll.i i ., , Dclorc&- - t K cr pa I buin. a IW VKIU Mrs. Mary Frederick Behoeler and aaughter, of Chicago, are coming Tor a visit te Mrs. Zaring. the latter part of kt cane in an automobile Iroto winenes ter, to vuit her parents at this piece. Hiss Sue Scrivner. Saturdav. Two extra good mare mules. H. D. Uaybox. 25-t- f Silver Creek. Ky. ' Mules for Sale. Lost WE ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR Tailored and Fancy Waists - Latest Novelties in Neckwear, Belts, Etc "Smart Set" Silk Petticoats Mannish Novelties in Woolen Goods for Tailored 5uits Newest Designs in 5ilks for Waists and Dresses . Gall and see us as we are now ready to take care of you on all Fall and Winter OWEN- McKEE - The Richmond Climax. What a load of plaudits are em braced in the mere statement that everyone vouches for Governor Mc- Creary when they say, without fear of ETERT WEMBMT II KtlSfttt contradict ion, that for more than SI XT Y THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO YEARS he has filled some public office and not a word has yet been spoken (Incorporated.) against his honesty. He has proven A-- D. Miller Pres. and Mgr. himself to be a man calculated to please the people the rich and the Sec'y-Trea- s. W. 8. White poor. Not only has he proven himself Inhf tl to be the friend of the poor, but he is KEITVCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION ever ready, willing and able to help any ui and all who seek his aid. Although DISTRICT LEAGUE. PUBLISHERS EIGHTH years are urged against him by his op ponents, their own weakness is clearly FEB TEAR demonstrated by the use of such pre U.00 IK ADVANCE texts, lie is strong and able to make the race for Governor, and be is sure to 1911 win the laurels. WEDNESDAY OCT 26 - - . Last week the few who opposed the election of Governor McCreary were made to hide their heads with shame. When the bands pealed forth there appeared Govornor James B. McCreary on foot witli the other boys marching down the streets of Lexington. The crowd was estimated to consist of 20,-0and the "youngest man" in the whole crowd was Governor James B. McCreary. Yes, and when the exeroises of unveiling the monument occurred no one in the vast con course of people was able to narrate the glorious deeds of fallen heroes like our own immaculate James B McCreary. Distilleb McOoLLocn has under taken to raise campaign funds for Saint O'Rear, Prohibitionist. O'Rear didn't stand hitohed for the Prohibition ele ment. He wrote the platform himself and made it strong enough to be sure and oatoh the Prohibition vote. But how does McCulloch know O'Rear will stand hitched. Where does this man O'Rear stand? He is carrying water on one shoulder, a jug of whiskey on the other and making night rider signs be hind his back. And the campaign has hardly started Henderson Journal. a "big barbecue" givcrat Frankfort the day after the gathering at Lexington. Governor James B. Mc creary was mere, where ne made a speech of one and hours. Not the weak and futile efforts of a beginner was the speech of his, but every word filled the listening ears and the thought ful mind with plaudits to the dying and praises to the rising generation? was one-half DEMOCRATIC PARTY. Thlt Is the way $ vote the Straight Democratic 0 Ticket DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET Per linked Stales Scant or, OllieM. James. f Orkto(le. Per Geveme-r- , Jambs B. Moreakt, ef Madison. Far IAeetenant Cevomer. R. X MoDermott, ' ef Jeffersaa. Stale Treasurer. Thomas 6. Kiiba, tf"IjaW Ir There Par Auditor, IIbnht Bo&wokth, ef Payette. Per Attorney General, Jambs Cauxbtt, ef Adair. PerSeeretary of Slate, ef Pendleton. Per Superintendent ef PubHc Barksdaue IIamlbtt, ef Ghrkttan. Per CemrafcsioRer ef Agriculture, J. W. Xbwxax, ef Woodford. Per Clerk ef Court ef Appals, It. L. Greene, of Franklin. d P. Oubobuods, tiVEBT man wnose name was mentioned or he became a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Governor is on the stump for McCreary, while not a single one of the Republican aspirants have opened their mouths for Jur.go O'Rear PERSONALS iiing relatives in uwensDoro. , .. ...Mrs. Hale Deannand daughter are vis-- Is the last two State elections in stay-at-h- Ken- tucky the votes have the election, says the Elizabeth-tow- n When Beckham defeated majority it was largely because the Republicans stayed at home. Had Belknap received the same vote that Yerkes did four years befere he would have defeated Book-haas Beckham received a smaller vote against Belknap than he did against Yerkes. To state it another way it was ilhe Republicans which defeated Belknap for Governor. In the race four years ago the e reverse was true. It was the Democrats who defeated Judge Hager. Had Hager received the same vote Bryan did the year following he would have defeated Willson and bad he received the same vote Beckham did eight years before he would have been chosen Governor. The election next month is likely to turn upon the same voters. On a thing the strict party vote Kentucky is Democratic by about 15,000 majority, but if 15,000 or 20,000 Democrats stay away from the polls it will elect the Republican tioket. The election will therefore depend as much upon those who stay at home a those who vote. The Demo-- , eraiic ticket will certainly be elected by a haadeeme majority if all the Dem-em- u do taetr&aty by turning out on election day and voting, because the 1 te is normally Democratic, but an Democrats average ef five te & precinct would change the result It is ap to the Democrats not only to veto but to see that every Democrat in every precinct is at the polls and de- i his ballet with a stamp under the News. belkaap by 27,000 stay-at-ho- stay-at-hom- stay-at-ho- stay-at-ho- BwtecKATK! voters must sot lose igfct ef the United States Seaatorship. . ewder the rooster carries with it far Member ef the Legislature, 1m JMwrjr will confirm the ac- f the Demeeratie primary sad lOttteJemes te the United States fte eleee is that body between Je McCewoU, Danville-- . B. . Swing-by- , At Mo.: t frertiot teat Mr. Jmms vote If r. Tmi-- u T1.llinr. .f TllUl. of Mesiee, Ky.? Thormaa 4k Peters.Thorn pLeeehaaea a all the great qmetUas that viewteg i the etty eotmtr Mr. I earn. avawsamaM. Ky.; Was. BoM&soo. erfH aria 4ttriaf tlw six year ef bis Death or ia a matt at Kr. f aybrook. BpHaglaM, & beary DwtlMnift, s4 HrWldWwn; Me A i Mrs. Clark Kellogg entertained Satur day with a luncheon bridge. Mrs. A. K. Denney entertained her onuge ciuD.on w eanesaay. Mrs. George Simmons spent last week iu L.UU1SYMIB vuiuag irienas. Mrs. C. E Smoot and Miss Pickett spent the day in Lexington Thursday Mr. Irvine Prather, of Lexington, spent sunaay witn relatives in the city, Mrs. Chestnut, of Danville, spent last week with her niece, Mrs. B Robinson. Miss Fannie Wlllging entertained the ... r ir jtuiry n .i- music uiuo on eanesaay afternoon. Mis. Robb Crowe, of Beattyville, was me guesi. iasi woes oi ner mouier, airs Elezacetb Crowe. Mr. J. C. Wagers, of Ashland, "is visiting his father, Mr. Boyd Wagers, and . l. r tl inuiuy Iuiiuo city. r Win Mr. Jack Hutiel nnrf wifo Chester, were the guest last Sunday of air. .morion scrivener. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Burk. of Lexincton. are visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Elder, on &ast Mam street. Mrs. Roe Lackey, Mrs. Buckwater. of Tennessee, and Mrs. Richard Lackey spent Thursday in Lexington. Mr. and Mrs. W. H Pnarnll nf lasville. come over Saturday to visit relatives ana menus nere. Mr. and Mrs. Buckwalter, of Missis sippi, are visiting tneir daughter, Mrs. Richard Hackey, on Third street. Mrs. C. V. Bcolt, of St. Louis, war a guest of her sister, Mrs. Emmett Million, from Saturday until Monday. Prof. T. J. Coates left Monday for .iBsieru jveuiucKy. wnere nis school work will keep him for the next two weeks. Mr. John L. Eads, enroule to Union City, from a visit to Mrs. Ed Powell, nr w , in Lerinpton. kh George Poland last week. Mr. Henry A. White, formerly ef thk city, now a resident of Lexington, Ky., is here for a few days. He is engaged in the grocery business at that place. Mr. and Mrs. A. Shaw have returned from a trin in ehi5r rU Lmm. i Scotland. They re; ori a most pleasant waie dui are gt&a to ue Dacit agam in old Kentaeky. Mrs. R. C Stockton, ef Richmond, was a truest from lust Priilis until Monday of Mr. S. C. Nucleoli m4 Xmilyaad her sieee, Mrs II. 1J. Gay, Wood ford Sub. Mm. R. E. Turlev snent several Tkv is Lnxletos last week with her oLbr, Mrs. Spears, who will seen leave for Les Angles, Cal., to speed tk winter. one is cnarmea with Winchester, ana considers it. the next best dace lo Klobmond. Dr. J. G. Crabbe. Mrs. Crabbe. Miss Belle Bennett, Mies Crutch field, Mr. J no. Arao.'d were delegates to the Sunday "School convention which met in Louisville last week. Messrs. Ed Blanton and Coleman Neff were in Lexington Saturday, in interest of the Madison County Poultry Show, which will be held in this city in December. Mesdames A. R. Burnam, T. S. Burnam, Waller Bennett and James Bennett attended the Woman's Suffrage convention in Louisville last week. It will be pleasing news to the friends of Mr. Waller Q. Park to know that he is recovering from an operation for appendicitis, which was preformed last Tuesday. Mrs. Mattie Turner, who has been extremely ill for several days, as a result of eating canned goods, we are glad to announce is improving, and will soon be well. Mesdames D. H. Scanlon. J. B. Stouffer and Miss Julia Higgins were delegates to the Southern Presbyterian MisAonary Union last week, which met at Somerset, Mrs. D. T. Wilkerson (Nco Mattie Pigg) accompanied by her husband, passed a few plaasan davs at the home of her Uncle, William Pigg. last week. Wo aro glad to welcome them to Richmond. Mis. H. R. Perry and daughter, Miss Gladys, Mrs. John R. Pales and daughter, Miss Jennette. Mrs. Elmer D'eatherago and Mrs. J. L. Taylor spent Saturday in Lexington. Mr. P. B. Broaddus, who has been quite sick for some time, we are giad to announce, has grcately improved. Ho is the same happy man as of old, and we sincerely hope his recovery to a good old age. Mrs. A. T. Million was a delegate to the Women's Suffrage Association, held at Louisville this week. She reports that the assemblage was great and the plans of the body were conducive of great good. Rev. J. B. Peoles, Pastor of tho Winchester M. E. Church, South, is in our city and will assist at the marriage ceremony of Miss Margaret Crook e and Miss Sarah Rucker, this afternoon at 4 o'clock. Mr. H. L. Leete, who has been in Louisville for the past winter erecting a fireproof structure, has completed his work and passed through this city, Tuesday, for his home at Irvene, Ky. Miss Bessie Park will entertain Hallowe'en in honor of her niece, little Miss Bessie Park, of Woodford county, and Elmer Park of this city. About fifty invitations have been issued and an enjoyable time is in store for the little ones. We regret that we should chronicle the illness of Mrs. P. B. Broaddvs, who is quiet ill at their home For four weeks she has been ill and at this time is not improved. We hope that the next few days will find a great improve ment. Wedding Invitations, after marriage and at home announcements, calling cards, death and birth announcements, anything, everything in this line of or engraved at Climax office. tf Business strictly confidential. The chorus class at the Normal School organized by the new musical director. Prof. John G. Koch, meeting on Monday and Thursday evenings, is full of promise and under Prof. Koch's management much good will be accomplished we feel assured. The many friends of Mr. S. H. Thrope will regret lo learn that he has been seriously ill at his home on West Main street. While yet a very sick man Mr. Thorpe's condition was considerably improved yesterday, and it is the wishes of all that he will speedily be restored to health. Mr. L O. Grinstead formerly with Mr. Tevis Cobb, we are rejoiced to say, has been offered a splendid position with the L. & N. railroad at Louisville. He has decided to accept it and embarks upon the sea of trial with the best wishes of a host of friends. He has attained the position of Master of Trains. Councilman Emil Lohrisch and wife have returned from Chicago, Hi., where they were attending a meeting of the National Bottling Association Mr. Lohrisch says Chicago is ono of the most beautiful cities in the world. There was a banquet, which they attended at which there were 1,133 people. It was a world-beatthe banquet and the capacity of tho building. Miss Eva Roberts left Monday for Cincinnati, where she will spend the week visiting the wholesale embroidery houses. She will buy an unusually large stock of Christmas goods, consisting of all sorts of attractive novelties, new patterns, materials etc. Miss Roberts, rooms are headquarters for lovers of fancy needle work, and with the approach of the holiday season all will do well to call and inspect her stock. Mr. W. E. Dudley, who has bonn visiting his sister, Mrs Jonah Wagers on West Main street, left Monday morn-fo- r his homo in Chihuahua, Mexico, where he and bis brothers, Richard and James, are large contractors in canal and tunnel work. He is going by way of New Orleans to spend a few days with another brother, Mr. Ambrose Dudley, of New York, who is at this time in that city. Mrs. George Bogard. of Richmond, is Uie guest of her sister. Miss Emma Doty W. T. Short, of Richmond, was here Monday to see his wife, who is ill at (the home of her sister, Mrs. C. B. Powell James E. Henry, of Kirks-- 1 vilie, is on a visit to relatives and friends in Atlantic and other Illinois towns. He is accompanied by his wife, aaugnter ana son, John U. Uenry. Mr. Henry made the entire trip in his automobile, and reports a very novel as well as enjoyable experience Lancaster Record. Mrs. B. L. Middleton entertained an automobile party from Shelbyville with a dinner party, last Friday evening There were present: Mrs. Lieutenant W. O. P. Muir, whose husband has re tired from the United States Navy, Mrs. R. A. Campbell, "both from Shelby, ville, Miss Ophelia Harwood, Baltimore, Md. These mentioned, constituted an automobile party from Shelby vlllo. In addition to the above were, Mrs. William Severance, Stanford, Mcs. H. B. Hanger and Mrs. Lleutsaant Car Britton. The linen show as rives. :WMUmm . .. . . work-printe- d er small amount of 'money and some papers of no value to any one except the owner. Return to Climax ofiice and get reward. Large black pocket .book containing Sewing Machines The Free? Standard, Norwood, Paragon, Cleveland, Arrow and other good dJI.C A A machines. at very lojv prices Easy payments if desired your credit is good. We are also headquarters for supplies needles, bobbins, shuttles, belts, oil and all repairs for your sewing machine . At Home to Stay. home in California for several years past, nas returned to Kentucky to re side. He says Madison county is good enough for him. Mr. Sam Mellon, brother to Mr. Wm Mellon, the hustling merchant of Col lege Hill, who has been making his ::::::::: F- PltJiU tip The C. W. B. M. of the Christian church will give a reception at 3 o'clock tomorrow afternoon at the residence of Mrs. N. B. Death e race on Second street. No espeoial or written invitations iiave been issued, but all the ladies of the church are cordially invited. C W. B. M. Reception. nOKSES. WSuccessor to Luman & - Hiffgins HIGGINS OPPOSITE HOTEL GLYXDOX Card af Thanks. express our deep appreciation to those who contributed In- any way toward the allevia tion or our sorrow in the death oi our son. "William Nixon Potts. We shall always cheerish the fond recollections of our friends, and sympathizers in this bereavement. "Mb and Mrs. Robbut Potts. c deisre to publicly - THL CAUSE OF ECZE.MA that burrows under and feeds on tho skin. The way to cure ECZEMA is to remove tho cause "by washing away witllr a clean, penetrating liquid, the germ lifo nnd 'poisons that cause the trouble. We have a preparation that will do this. The first application will stop tho itching and glvo prompt relief to an irritated, itching or inflamed skin. If you are a sufferer from skin or scaly eruption in any form, try one bottle of ZEMO, the clean scientific preparation we are confident you will be pleased, with the results from the use of this standard preparation for eczema. is germ life SKa 3 ft Does Good Plumbing Mean? What It means that all work which must be covered up is so well constructed that repairs an J consequent damage and annoyance will never be necessary. And the plumbing in view must be Just as safely constructed as the hidden parts ami be attractive as welL Protracted Meeting, The protracted meeting at tho East End Christian church is still in progress under the leadership of Elder E. G. Great interest is being shown as is indicated by the large audiences. There have been a number of additions. The meeting will be closed Thursday or Friday night with a meeting at the Main Street Christian church at which lime tho ordnance of baptism will be administered. Store. giowa Good lor Infants as well as persons. Perry's Drug To be certain of obtaining these ing e J. fSUndanT "Occident1 Bath I qualities in your plumbine work let us give you a written estimate with full details, specify- Church Conference. G. Crabbe and wife and Misses Mario liar be r, Edith Lightly and Julia Dr. J. Assignee's Standard" guaranteed fixtures, Crutchfield, who attended tho Stale Sunday School Convention in Louisville from the Methodist Sunday school, this city, returned on Monday, At the Church Conference, which will bo held on Wednesday night, some account of Ask Farmers' to Help.. this meeting will be given. It is desired that as many members of the church Tho shooting season does not open unand Sunday School as can shall attend. til November 15, .and tho Game Wardens or the Stato have Issued a call to Card of Thanks. tho farmers to help them preserve the The Ladies Aid Society of the Baptist quail until the law is lifted. It has church wishes to express its thanks to been the custom of many hunters in all who helped to make Mrs. Reid's this county to pretend to be shooting Delsarte entertainment tho success rabbits only, but to bag on the side all which it was. Especially do the ladies tho quail they see. It will tako the cowish to thank the mothers and the operation of the farmers to enforce tho law and preserve the little gamo, which business men for their Missess James, Traynor, Bright, .Mrs. is becoming very scarce. Ballard and Messrs. WilliamArnold and Cecil Traynor and Miss Owens for their valuable assistance, Mr. H. L. Perry for the calcium lights donated and the city press for their courteous SALE I am As Assignee of Mrs. Rachel A. Barlow s now authorized to sell for a of at a great sacrifice a large stock few-day- which will insure a permanent and satisfactory job. Richmond Heating and Pluming Company v ; '.t Ladies' Tailored Suits, Dresses, Skirts, Waists, Underwear and Notions. This is a rare opportunity for the ladles of Richmond and Madison county to secure handsomo winter clothes at less Come early than the cost of material. bofore your size is taken. A Liberal Offer NO SMOKE NO SOOT NO DIRT EVERYTHING CONSUA1ED At the end of a season's use with soft coal, there will be no soot in the pipe or flue treatment. Teachers Association. At the Teachers' Association of School Division No. 1, to be held at the Waco Baptist church, Saturday, October 23, as was announced in tho Climax last week, Prof. J. B. Noe, of the State University at Lexington; Prof. E. C. Mc Dougle. of the Normal School, and of Prof. H. H. Brock, Caldwell High School, will speak. 0;her exercises will consist or school display work, songs and recitations by pupils of the various schools of the district. A good time and a large attendance are assured. We Gurantee to Relieve. If We Fail the Medicine Costs Nothing. To unquestionably prove to the people that indigestion and dyspepsia can be permanently relieved and that Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets will bring about this resnlt, wo will furnish the medicine absolutely free if it fails to give satisfaction to any one using it. The remarkable success of Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets is duo to the high degree of scientific skill used in devising their formula as well as to the care exercised in their manufacture, whereby n the properties of Bismuth-Subnitrat- e and Pepsin have been combined with Carminativos . and other agents. Bismuth-Subnitrat- e and Pepsin are constantly employed and recognized by the entire medical profession as invaluable In the treatment of indigestion and dyspepsia. Tho Pepsin used in Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets is carefully prepared so as to develop its greatest efficiency. Pepsin supplios lo the digestive ap pari us one of the most important elements of the digestive fluid. Without it the digestion and assimlllatlon of food are impossible. Tho Carminatives possess properties which aid in relieving the disturbances and pain caused by undigented food. This combination of these ingredients makes a remedy invaluable for the complete relief of indigestion and dyspepsia. Wo are so certian of this that we urge you to try Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets on our own personal gurantee. Three sizes, 25cenls, 50 cents and $1.00. Remember, you can obtain Rexall Remedies only at our store The Rexall store, n. L. Perry, Richmond, Ky. well-know- Denis Dundon Assignee of Mrs. R. A. Barlow. THE ZENITH OF STOVE PERFECTION The only jointless leg bottom and base with ? radiation and large ash, pan that is on the market or u.ts ever been made in the history of the stove industry. The jointless leg bottom and base makes the st below the grate,, which is the onl' true fir. keeping principle. . It will be as good a fire keeper twenty years v as it is today. The Hot Blast Florence will heat twi.'. the space that can be heatotl by any other stove on f earth at the cost. The only perfect floor heater that is or has ever , air-tight Richmond's Quality Meat Market Meats to Roast, Meats to Fry The Best Meats Always Tho Meats to Buy. Meat's'to Boil, Meats to Slew The Best Meats Should Always Bo the Meals for You. You'll Always Find Them Here. -- -- Iir-i- Air-Tig- ht Diptheria in Richmond. On account of the appearance of dip theria. three cases having beon re ported to Health Officer Dr. C. J. Bales, the Board of Education decided Tues dav to adjourn the public schools until Monday morning next. While some ex pressed doubts as to the advisability of this action, it was deemed best by the Superintendent and the Board to take steps at once to stamp out the disease. Everv means known is being used to stay the spread of diptheria in this city, bbuilding Caldwell High School has been disinfected, and every precaution has been resorted to and the Climax feels there is no case for alarm a: result of the cases reported. one-hal- been made. All features aro patented and no stove manufacturer, dealer or user can copy or use same for 17 yeai from date of patent without incurring liability for an action for damages. Quality Groceries Await You Here &&aaaaa" IB in Wanted. acres or less near Richmond, Ky., well improved and on or near pike. I will pay cash or will exchange property in Hawkins Co. Tenn. My property consists of Dwelling House, large ware house, livery and sale stand, sixteen room boarding house and restaurant, opera house and black smith shop. I exchange any part or all of this properly for a small farm near Richmond. Call or address A. H. Cross, Rogersville, Tenn. P. O, 12 8t Box 23. A farm of about SO Broaddus Sanitary Meat Telephone 39 ' t. o. If is " the Florence is operated accord- ii ii H TiiTiiii Second-- s Paid Him At Fulton. Wednesday last. Rev. W. T. Bowling, formerly pastor of the PNELl-McMUlLE- N LIVE STOCK COMMISSION CO., Methodist church here, introduced Sen ator McCreary, and paid him a great tribute In bis introductory speech Dr KANSAS CITY STOCK YARDS, Bowling said: "Kentuckians, irrespective of religion or politics, should feel proud that they had a man oi the high character of ben Quotes prices of stock and feeding cattle as follows: ator McCreary, who has been in politics Good to choice fleshy steers, 1150 to 1200 lbs for more than forty years without a blot ,$5.50 $0.25, on his character, either private or politGood to.choice stock steers, 850 to 1000 lbs 4.50 5 15 ical, and that they should feel it an Good to choico yearling steers 4.50 5.20 T honor to vote for such a man. He said Good to choice steer calves, 7 to 10 months old 5.15 5.S0 that during his entire career he had Good to choice heifer calves, 7 to 10 months old never met a man who proved so faithful 4.90 5.50 to the trusts given him by his fellow- Good to choice 1 and 2 year old heifers 3.C5 4.C0 men and that it was not only a duty. Good to choice stock cows, 3 to 5 years old.'.l..'....l 3.50 4.00 but should be a pleasure to all Ken- tuckians to again elevate him to the Kansas City, ilo., October 20. 1011. highest office within the gift of the people. He said men of the character and ability of Senator McCreary were needed in Kentucky more at the present than at any'time within his memory, and in presenting him he said: "Fellow Christians and fellow citi zens, I wish to present to you not only an of your Commonwealth Put tne next uovernor, Senator ile Creary." Jr. Bowling was preceded by tho Rev. unaries K. Marshall, formerly of Rich mond, but now pastor of the Christian church in Fulton, and he, too, paid irtoute to senator Mcureary as a man oi uie highest unrisuan type, and one wlftm all Kentuckians should be proud. V , a Great Tribute. W. O. PARK, The No, 21 will heat 1 small room all winter with two tons of slack or lump coal. The No. 49 or No. 21 will heat 2 or 3 small rooms all winter with 2 4 tons of slack or lump coal. Tho No. 51 or No. 25 will heat 3 or 4 rooms all winter with 3 tons "of slack or lump coal. The No. 53 or No. 22. will heat 5 rooms all winter with 4 tons of slack or lump coal. The No. 55 will heat a large store or school room with 0 tons of slack or lump coal. For a church, less coal will be required. Will burn a ton less of hard csal than a hard coal base burner of the same size and heat twice the space. FOR SALE BY 3-- f ing to directions: i Wil DOUGLAS, SIMMONS & DEATHERAGE The 2nd Street Hardware Store" A Most Satisfactory Store The Roya - for Fall and Winter Wearing Apparel ONEY TALKS ""WORLD LISTENS Richmond's Greatest Men's Clothing Store Not high in price, but high value for the price Ordinance. Be It Ordained by the Board of Coun ell of the City of Richmond. Ky., That the following property owners be and the wme are hereby ordered to construct concrete pavement, curb and gutter in front of and abutting their peoperty located on Mobrly avenue, and Laurel street. City ef "Richmond.' 4 M aaaaaaaa YOUCAH'TBE Heard b if .SHORT TALK BY, STANlFER ON CLOTHING TT iki of Mies CovUurtoe, nm a ii uig affair. The does UMwtfuout uie Bouse ana os. wt tea tawe ware of red dahlias aad coemea. Hanf fog jn the epenlag between the fuliifor doers was an immense red paper Mart with mailer ones nllis the space. A few aseat-ureof meadelaseMM weddin? march were played as Miss Rueker entered the reem taking her under the large heart. Tfce host drew the riheeas ad the "white sfeewer" earae peariac dews in all its eeaty, peKlng the bride-te-fc- e with lowja, aapktas. hsadlriretiiefa. aearfa. skirts, bags, etc, etc. Mies Keeker it eee of eur meet attractive riris aad will ee mteaea by a host or irieeds. Great taterest was manifested in tke pablK sale ef Dr. Heckaday's state Wedaeeday, a great saany peeple frees aawaace eetnMc nete to be sreeeat aad purchase so4 A tb valuable stock that was sold. Ahmmmx tboee from a dieUnce were: Mrs. Levodea. Dan. s el Miss c bara Oeff fnaVr, i t ' ai reivif liu Simeon Turpin in frost of ,kis prop erty on Mooerly avenue ruaaing the full length of same. eald pavement snail oe five (5) fret wide and shall be eonstrueted according to specifications bereiafeefore adopted by the Board of peuBclL Said curb and gutter shall run full length of said pavement. SimeOB I urDla In front oi his nron. rty on Laurel street running fall length. et same, mm pevesowH sitttii ee Kve (5) feet wide and ceaetrueUd aeeerdiag te specification ereinbefe4 adopted sy toe noara or umumh. Bald aad gutter saU ran full length of said pavement. Keeeoe Reaves in front of his property abetting Mooerly avenue. Said pavesaeatahallbe rive (9) feet wide aad rati fall length ef said propertp on Mob-ert- y avenue and shall be eenetrweted eceevdiax to speclfieatioe hereinbefore adooied by the Botrd ef Council. Said ewfc aad gutter shall run full lenrth of said peremeat, A aaeeWe for naki Dr. Tfeeaaat' Belecttc Oil. etrofet, eheajteet " ever devised. A fceneatwU rem edy fat Amertea far 25 years. Faes i a OoteberS, Wl. idtepted: .SAMUEL RICE, ITHOUT A BAM ACCOUNT man without money no voice in the affaire of today, and no matter what he seeks his appeal is strengthened by the fact that he has money in the hank. THE ; er points of excellence, and superiority, style, material and. workmanship in the garments. To see and to weap our garments you will better understand the justice of our claims, ihey may be eas ly comprehended in an inspection of our Fall and A winter styles in Suits and Overcoats . An extraordinary showing of thousands of spiendid ready-to-wear Young; Man, if you believe in yourself, if you are sure of yourself, if you honest feel and intend to know that you are' doing your very best, then the world is waitv T ing for you with open arms Whatever your work, with this belief there is roonvat the tqp to accomplish the most be well dressed. .vNext to strength, character is the biggest asset in a man's possession. For many years we have taken a keen interest in giving the highest consideration to the SuttsandOAeKioatsat$12,15, $18, $20 and $25 and Furaffthings lhti-me- ht State. Bank aid Trust Company RICHMOND, KENTUCKY Attst: A. B. fins, Clerk. Haw. Home d Good Clothes, Shots Corner Mam and Second 2 I Wlnen You 4 -- GET FIRST-- PICK OF THE NEW Add something each year that will inaijre your home more comfortable. It is difficult for most of us to buy large quantities of house furnishings at one time You will besurprised, though, how rapidly your home becomes attractive with new things if" you follow this plan of adding something new - every Fall Suits SPEEDWELL SHOES THE BETTER KIND. We strive always for something better for our 6ur 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 service. . All they ask is a trial, jj long-weari- ng 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 ly by-ear- Try It A Splendid Stock of New TJp-td-Da- te Furniture, Mattings and Rugs Ready for your selection now. colorings, the best fabrics, are invariably selected buyers. Early buyers also get the advantage of the styles while newest, as well as a full season's wear out of their suits. For these reasons, we ask you to come as early as convenient arid let us show you the new Fall and Winter Styles in n B Price, $3.50 and $4.00 KENTON SUITS. BENNETT and HIGGINS UNDER $100 -' f AKIN f, i. - - . rHEXEY :,r r IPruscWa. r 13 of IbU paper win I pJ(M to school house, Saturday night, October at invited. ii.r s htvn aWe ob dmdrd all lu za. to cere la t.. Cure U j rflit It t'atarrfc. Hall's Catarrh med- Quarterly Court mot Monday last, nre bow tBOWB ta tie Ml t atarrh twin; a eeeattlatlenal and adjourned without transacting any treatBest. business. a rwwXitBtieBal r.'i-'a t nr U taken htfoillf. aetls 3 it. Masd awS Brea mrfacea ef . M. Snowdcn, a resident Mtreyteg ts faafidattal fueivbr of this and Etttar the pattest ftreoslh place, has just returned from a business tlx- restitution and scaMlax - it- - mtt. The proprtttam bare sojourn in Estill county. f i In lt earatlre pwera tfaat tbey .r-- 4 llallara for aa ear that It Mr. James Turner is, improving the i Reward, $100 Thcro will be o. pio suppor at Million lft dln-as- e . , -- You'H find the Kenton make without a superior in the clothing world., Kenton fabrics retain their fresh, new appearance, and Kenton tailoring keeps its shape and style to the full satisfaction of the wearer For the coming season Browns will hold first place with men of fashion, with Blues a close second. " Both are shown in every conceivable shade and beautiful color scheme, in styles to please men of ever age and taste. Special models to fit all men; the stout and slim, long and short, chunks or regular we fit them all. Prices for Kenton Suits: HANAN SHOES THE WORLD'S FINEST FOR MEN. Hanan Shoes are known the world over as the finest made for men. show them in all the newest styles. Wear them once, you'll always wear them. , We PRICES, $5.00, $5.50, $6.00. X S. nd far Hit st teatiswelals. & CO.. Talede, O. TSc. business house on Irvine street, where ho will shortly open a bowling alley. lamllr PiH for eassUpaUeo. Dr M. Dunn Specialist It D senses of EVE, EAR, NOSE Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Blount are receiving congratulations of friends over Jho arrival Tuesday of last week of a fine son. $15, $16.50. $17 $18 $20 $22.50? $25 Other Good Suits, $10.00 BEACON SHOES. We've sold them for years, and the demand grows every season Good looking, very comfortable and durable. We strongly recommend them. Lace or button styles in the new shapes for the young fellows as well as broad, easy toes for older men. DrinkCraYingDestroyed Sim "Weil purchased last week from Elmer Deathfrage and other parties here, one hundred and THKOAT and thirty-tw- o Richmond, Ky feeders. zzu BiJg. Mr. N. B. Deatherage has a 1st of alfalfa growing upon his farm Four times a year he has cut it, and hetilly would have cut it one more time except for the rainy weather. Services Reasonable. If you were prevented, by legal reasons, from registering--o- n the regular PHONE 83. or 481. registration day you are entitled to register today. w Broaddw & Oo., have oxcellent The Ladies' Aid Society of the Bapfor storage. Bring in your tist churoh cleared the snug little sum of $112 from tho Uclsarte entertainment 2-tf Thursday evening last. ic to Owea MoKee, Richmond The Kentucky State Medical Associa".r dry goods and notions. Ojhors tion is in session at Paducah. An ex r - J why not you. n prepared, and tf collent program the. meeting will continue until tomorrnW.25 per bW. Uy the load. row evening ur order t The teachors of the county should AreoM & Simmons. tf bear in mind that all notices concerning Dies at His Own Hands. Sale at Residence of John Thanksgiving Day Burgoo and Burley Tobacco. c s ice cream is deJMeus. Every their schools will be published free of SupplementafRegistration. Friends of the family were greatly chargo in the Climax. Telephone them Burgoo and Burley tobacco will be It has been announced that President The last two days ot this month and shocked Monday morning when tho Stapp. talks about H. Aay flavor made in or write us. plentiful in Lexington tomorrow, Thurs Taft will designate Thursday, Novemthe first dav of November will bo ttie news reached Richmond that Harold On Saturday, October 21, 1911, thcro rJcr and delivered promptly, tf day, October 2G. The Burley Tobacco ber 30, as Thanksgiving Day this year. At the meeting of the Grand Lodge of days for registration for those who were Todd, aged about 21 years, had comas a sale at tho residence or John We Back up Our Statements Society has completed all arrangements It has been the custom to fix the last Kentucky Free and Accepted Masons, prevented, oy legal reason, irom regis- mitted suicide at tho homo of John Scepp, in this county. All his house P'c V of Oats and all kinds at field with Our Personal Reputalor tne launching of the great pooling Thursday of tho month. This year on tho general registration day. Andrew Turpin at Brookstown, this hold goods woro sold at good prices. prloet. See us Hon. W. R. Shackelford, of this place, tering attractive campaign, under the and there has been doubt, because Novemtion and Money. Turpin Five buggies and a double-seate- d county. Deceased called at the was eleoted Grand Scribe. It ,was an rock-- , for tho starting of the tobacco factory ber happened to include five instead of ing. Lost honor that Mr. Shackelford attained home Sunday evening to see Miss Mary away were put up and brought good in whjch to manufacture the growers' four Thursdays- - The White House has Arnold & Simmoes. tf by liis merit in that body. Between Thomas Hurst's grocery and Turpin, whom ho had been going with prices. The farm was divided into two Wo aro so positive that wo can relieve tobacco. Everybody in the been besieged by theatrical managers pocketbook for some time, and it is supposou tnat ections nfty acres of land were first constipation, no matter how chronic it welfaro of the tobacco interested invited and those in charge of college foot ball Rodgersville, a 'Warrants have been issued for about grower is For Sale Cheap. bill and some the young couple had a lover's quarrel, sold to John Baldwin for $3,000, and may be, that wo offer to furnish tho to be present and hear a full explana- games to settle this doubt, so that ar containing a fifty delinquent taxpayers, who were ghty-lw- o Re for as Mr. Todd left the residence ho - M&re Decker Bros., piaae, in good duly notified to appear and work out small change and a silver buckle. acres, including the resi- -' ;re fail. tion ot both the pooling contract and rangements could be made for the usual bade members of tho family farewell, dence, were bought by Mr. Baldwin for medicine freo ot alliscost if than usoless the proposition to this omce ana receive rewaru. c jMiun Apply at Wo think that it worse the amount due on tho turnpikes and turn to start the tobacco fac - special performances and sport that How- as ho stated for "the last time." The entire farm was $Sflper acre. 15-t- i attempt to cure constipation with tory. There will be a host of tho best marks the day. Climax UMee. failed to obey the summons. Mt. Sterover, nothing in his manner indicated then auctioned, and was purchased by Parsonage Built Catholic ling Advocate. He walked out to his Mr. Abner Long for Si 2,800. This being cathartic drugs. Cathartics may do peakors to be found in the State of Wanted. Keeping abreast with the advance buggy, ostensibly to depart for his homo the highest prico bid, it was declared much harm. They may cause a re- Kentucky on hand to give the best Mrs. Reid Expresses Thanks. The friends of T. J. Jackson, brother action, irritate and weaken the bowles. oratory to bo beard anywhere. I desire to thank the good people of A focMi subscript tea man. OaHSatur-.Ir- , f Attorney C. P. Jackson, will be re- - ment of Richmond, the uattioncs oi near Union Citv. Howovor, Todd re- the regular sale. Among tho stock sold and make constipation more chronic. Richmond for of oiccd to bear that tho good fortune of this place have erected a beautiful resi turned to the residence in a few min- was; evening or Moaday morning. Constipation is often accompanied Berea Hall Cornerstone to Be our JJelsarte their liberal patronage es near the church in this city. It utes, and, after a short conversation ITCH! ITCH! ITCH! J. B. Stotiibr, entertainment, and success has fallen upon him in Detroit, dence Ono horse $130, 1 bay horso much-neede- d improvement, ana wo with Miss Turpin, departed, and as tho $135, 1 black $S0, 1 sorrel mare S105, 1 and may bo caused by weakness of pecially to thank all who assisted on the 488 North St , city. T Mich., where he has ben appointeu is a horse Laid Today. so nice a building as young lady closed the door a shot rang sorrel mare $103, 2 mules $295, 1 cow the nerves and muscles of the large program, from the least to the greatest. are glad to have Scratch and rub nib and scratch manager of a big shoe enterprise. a cure you you feel as if out on tho night ait and a bullet $55, 1 cow $57.50, 1 cow $45, 1 bull calf Intestine or colon. To expect strengthen For Sale. The cornerstone of Berea Hall wilLbe To thank the business firms for their until the burning: skinyou could almaa tear from your 1 nty must thereforo tone up and Always "up to date", Richmond is that erected. from his revolver penetrated the brain $17.25, 2 bull calves $20, 10 barrels of these parts laid on the Lincoln Institute grounds, advertisements on the program. They until It seems as if you couU M IV re hred Bourbon Red Turkeys; No- -' again. This time, she is laying a side and restore them to heal- near Simpsonville, in Shelby county, at have never responded more liberally at lonser endure these endless days af of Mr. Todd, who had placed tho muzzle corn, ungathered, 83.10; 10 shocks sugar thier activity. cru'uer delivery. walk in front of the Baptist church and awful torture those terrible Blajkt his forehead. Members M this afternoon. The stone will be any place where I have been. The LaNext Tuesday will be All Hallow- - of the pistol tofamily made a hasty ex- cane 75c, balance of sugar cane 80c, 30 ot sleepless agony. D. JIili.hr. A. D. & The discovery of the active principle also, on Main St. noar Collins street. of the Turpin Then a few drops of D. D. IX. the n. una u tons hay $17, 1 house and 2 acres of of our remedy involved the labor of laid by President William Goodell dies' Aid Society of the Baptist church 2 if Rich mend, Ky. With these streots completed, it almost e'en, tor a long iime amination, and found tho young man in College, who raised lor tne many courtesies shown me, and famous Eczema Specific and. Ok! what Frost, ot finishes tho city with tho best side- commemorated as a holiday. At. this a dying" condition. Ho was immedi- land, $703, A. Estes; 1 house and 2 skilfuf research chemists. Tho remedy most of the Berea for the establishment to say that they are some of the most relief! The Itch gone instantly! Osat-fomoney M. scott; l produces results such as are expected time, we suggest to tho ownors of town ately removed into tho residence and acres or land, SSUO, and rest at last! Turkeys for Sale. walks anywhere. Everybody is invited efficient workers wih whom it has D. D. D. Is a simple external wash n intestin- of the Institute. lots and property in Richmond to be the family of the young man notified of house and 2 acres of land, $530, Mr. from the best of the Every I ";a e for sale a few choice Bourbon Hon. W. A. Cullop, of Indiana, nnd on tue alert, vt o sinueruiy nuyu hid that cleanses and heals the Inshwned Long: 1 Owensboro wagon $40, 1 Colum al tonics, and it is particularly prompt to be present. There will bo addresses been my pleasure to skin as He J Turkevs and Rhode Island Red Hon. J. A. Sullivan, of this city, spoke boys will celebrate only in a way tnat the tragedy. The remains of tho de- bus wagon $47, 1 Columbus wagon $34, by representatives of Louisville and thing was well planned and all worked specific cothlnir else can. A recognized for in its results. Psoriasis. ShelbyviHe and by a representative of together harmoniously, proving their Kheum or anyKczema, sUa trouble. Salt t jrns Telephone 200, five rings. to a large audience at the court house, will attord tnom amusement, auu imv ceased were brought to this city Monvt ober wagon $05, 1 Weber wagon other We want you to try Rexall Orderlies e E P. Mii.i.bii, R. P. I). No. 3. We can give yea a full saa hottta Wednesday afternoon in tho interest of conduco to the destruction of property. day morning and were taken to the the colored people for whom the school splendid executive ability. There was no wrangling nor unkind words. And of the Pennine D. D. D. remedy for Riobme-nd- , of Major Wells, from which placo Richmond Capital to Invest on our gurantee. They are exceedingly is being established. f Ky. tho Democratic party. These gentle pleasant to take and are ideal lor chil11.00 and fails last, but not least, to thank the Climax to Rive if the very 8rst bottleya a men addressed the voters of u inchester Announces for County Attor tho funeral services were conducted reller It will net eet dren. They apparently act diroctly on for its valuable assistance in advertisyesterday by Rov. E. B. Batnes, of the in Cynthiana. For Rent cent. and Clark county that night. Boy Assaulted. Madison the nerves and muscles of th bowles, We also can eive You a saraale bet- ing the entertainment. Certainly Rich Christian church, followed by interment ney. A company composed of citizens of having, it would seem, a neutral action cents. Mr. Thomas Park and Mrs. Ida "Whit- tie Tho Lexington Herald says: "George mond deserves the good name she bears. day. for S5 you can Why suffer another Residence. 0 rooms and kitchen, in in the Richmond cemetery. get D. D. D.t when neighborhood, this city has been organized and will on other organs or glands. They do Fisher, a negro boy, was arrested yesboth of Elsowhere in the Climax appears the MRS. A. M. KEID. Harold Todd was a son of Mr.-nn- d repair and in good neighborhood. look, married White Hall C. McDougle at roi by Rev. E. were announcement of Mr S. A. D. Jones for Mrs. B. N. Todd, of Union City, and erect a mammoth tobacco warehouse in not purge or cause inconvenience. If terday by Deputy Sheriff J. A. Eastin STOCKTON & SON i"y 10 his residence on tho Summit, Wednes- County Attorney of Madison county, was a model younc man, having a host Cynthiana, tho contract having been they do not positively cure chronic or for an alleged assault on John iirocK, a Unveiling ot Morgan's Monu habitual constipation and thus relieve young white boy, aged 13 years, the son M.ss Lee Pratkerat W. D. Oklham & day evening. Mr. Park is one of our subject to the action of the Democratic of frionds in this city and county who awarded Thursday to Blanton-Conglment ton Lumber Co , of Richmond, to con- the myriads of associate or dependent of James Brock, of Madison county. It 15-l- f best known farmers ar.d is a gen- - party. Mr. Jones' is well known in will regret to learn of his demise. C. s $10.-00Mr. Burnam Promoted. chronic ailments, your monoy will bo is alleged that Fisher cut Brock in the struct the building, which will cost Uis Madison county ana nas always uikui. a. tlAm.in of excellent character Last week was a grand one for Lex Tho gentlemen composing the firm refunded. Try Rexall Orderlies at our head on the farm of Mrs. Zack Crews, ington. The monument of General of State "bride is a very charming and estimable prominent part in politics, and is a Madison's Portion Spavin Liniment removes Mr. George Burnam, son of Jnio A are: Messrs. W. S. and T. J. Moberly, risk. Three sizes of packages, lUc.,2oc., who lives on the Jack's Creek pike, last John Morgan was unveiled. There were woman, and both are being nearmy Democrat of the old school. Mr. Jones II -- .f. Soft or Calloused lull Tax. Thomas J. Smith, WVJ3. Luxon and and 50c. Remember, you can obtain Wednesday. The wounded boy was at least 20.000 people present Among R. Burnam, who has for twelve years Spav- - congratulated by their host of friends formerly lived in the county, but moveu L iiiishes from horses; alsoiBjood Boforo January 1 the Sheriff of tho Charles Terrill, An excellent site has Rexall Remedies .in this community found unconscious behind the barn. them were many of tho command of past held a responsible poaitiea in St. ( uros. Splints, SwcofleRJng Bone in the city and county: to Richmond several years ago and bo- State will have paid into tho Stato been procured in Cynthiana by the com- only at our store -- The Uuxall Store. rc Sprains, Swollen ThrpatsCoughs Fisher was arrested on the farm of that famous leader: The speech was Louis, Mo., in the IraWc department of tne practice oi iaw, In the window of "L. E, Lane, can be gan prominent memoers uuu is uno vi Treasury about four and a quarter mil pany for their warehouse, which will bo II u. forrv, Richmond, ivy. Crows Brothers on the Bryan Station made by Rev. Lee, of Baltimore. The the L. & N. railway, has bee offered oi me iui;i c 'ioumay save SCO by the 'use of seen three lonens oi nieinoersiujj tho pike, and denies his guilt. The Brock men of Ueneral Morgan who were pres and has accepted a positiea aa Southern the support of every lion dollars. Madison county will pay comnloted at the earliest date possible. z joi i le Son By Perry s Drug fetore. presonted to Robert 11. IJuruam. xne bar. He solicits county, $03,514.47 into the treasury. Jefferson The total investment of the company in 11 oiectcu ent were royally entertained by the passenger ageat ef the L. &N., with the I'j Omo Mr. Nash Marries in Lexington boy is in the hospital." first is a rich desieh. consistent with Democrat inho seeks will and discharge tho county pays tho most, something over the above enterprise will exceed hueen Elks. Among those present were: Hon. headquarters at New Orleans, La. The tn the order of Master Masons, the second, duties office the B. McCreary, N. B. Deatherage, C. The Lexlneton Herald contains the involved with credit to himsolf nine hundred thousand dollars. Menifee thousand dollars. Day Trip to 5L Louis. Whirlwind Campaign! position earriet with it mac eased reis that of Royal Arch High i'riest anu pays tho least, $4,203.84. Only a few D. Pattie. Joe Collins, Joe T. Jones, following notice Mr. Wilson D. Nash. is that of Right eminent and his constituents. The tobacco crop is now practically of this city, and of Mabel Mullen, of Yesterday was the beginning of the Thomas Duerson, James Miller, Joe sponsibility and a suastaatial increase counties pay as much as one hundred D, irawng. Richmond on the L. & N the other Miss Grand Commander of Knights Templar. all housed, and there has been no dam Davton. Ohio: "Mr. Wilson u. Hash, whirlwind campaign which will be con Maupin, Jacob S. White, Dr. Martin, in salary. thousand dollars. Splendid Speech. '"a.r-a-t G:25 a. m. direct connection is The designs are perfect and beautiful in e hv frost. The farmers who cut an emolovo of the Zaring Holler Mills ducted throughout the county until Sam Mceks. Oliver Cosby, Richmond Fire, Lite, Acokleat aad Hon Hit lasur sue with the B. O. fast train svmmotrv and tho owner of them can One need go further than Richmond Miss Clay a Leader in Suf- - their tobacco green, for fear of frost, Company of Richmond, formerly with after the election and the State Demo Kanatser, Schuyler Taylor. The next mistake, as all experience to appreciate them. characterized the made a creat tn hear oratorv that rz iag Cincinnati at 12 o'olock noon not fail department ot tno tier cratic ticket will be given the largest National meeting ot that body will be ance. The very best M He Cosh pan ie frage Convention. the mechanical Demosthenes of old. Last taturday iroes to show that there are far- more aid. and well known to youn.j people of majori y this county has ever known. held at Macon, Ga. t--f. Wm. S. Broaddus, Agt. : arriving in St. Louis at 8 o'clock The Louisville Times ot Thursday losses from croon or houso-burno-a to The Boggs Sale. afternoon, Mr. Samuol K. bcott gavo ut speaking schedule has oeen ar Lexlnzton. and Miss Mabel Mullen, of evening contains tho following notice bacco than by frost. "r.e evening. This train carries ele- farming imple terance to thoughts mat spring irom Dayton, Ohio, a niece of Mrs. Garland ranged for various portions ot the, The sale of stock-an- d leading ingh-bac- k seat coaches "of steel ments of Joseph Boggs, Thursday, was Democracy and that make the Repub- concerning one of Madison's splendid Warren, of Lexington, woro married county which will be executed as fol-"boots." For more Suffragists, together with a m J cement construction," parlor cars, wnll attended and binning was un licans quail in their "Get Rich Quick Wallingford" Wednesday nicht at 11:30 o clock at tho lows: to a large and ap- likeness oi Miss uiav: than an hour he spoke Wednesday, October 2o At Union, c - nc lighted dining car, and makes usually brisk, stock ot all kinds bring"To Louisville anu KentucKy women At the Lexington Opera Houso, Friday, home of Rev. J. B. Harrison on Rand W. R. Shackelford. John Noland. L. B. the court house, -nrices. Big mules, un preciative audience at surprise en connection in St Douis Union ing nrtra. r?ood as high as $S01 per head; and dwelt upon principles that char- there is no more interesting or promv October 27, matineo and night. George avenue. Tho wedding was' abeen per Herrington and O. P. Jackson. At the ceremony Ihmp sound, brought party of which he nent fieuro in the equal suffrage move M. Cohan's biircest comedy success, and that Wednesday night was not Whitehall, J. J. Greenleaf, Murry Smith a jon with all Western, Northwestern Jersey cows 850 to $55, Jersey heifers acterized that grand Get Rich Quick Wallingford," which formed ment than Miss kaura uiay, oi vexing " uuihwestern lines. Other B. AO. SIIS to 4S. llOfTS S3 lO ia uer.ueau is a member. Many Republicans were ton. who will be one of --the foremost comes hera almost direct from its run known except by Mr. and Mrs. Warren and W. It. Shackelford. spoke the Thursday, October 20 At Valley friends of the sausiac- - attentive listeners, and as he W St Louis fast trains leave Cin Farming implements brougiu truth and nothing but workers in the national convention. of two seasons in Now lork and Chi and one or two particular Mr. uoggs was nijrniy truth, the whole only doing him justice which onens in Louisville tomorrow? cago, shattering all records for long vounz people until yesterday morning. View. Jesso Cobb, L. B. Herrington, mat 1 daily at 9;00 a. m. and 9:15 p. m tory prices is J. Greenleaf. At nioAveii with the sale. Long Tom the truth, itmany com in me Mr. Nash met Miss jiuiien a year ago John Noland and J. Cobb, H. C. Rice of the latter class will Miss Laura Clay is the third daugh runs Tor a to say that f scf-i'- t Sunday at 2:15 a. m. and Sunday Chenault, auctioneer. aunt, Red House. J. Tavis she was as good citizens ter of Cassis M. Clay and Mary Jane Eastern and Western metropolis. Mil- when Warren, inon a visit toAher days and O. P. Jackson. go to their homes and c iv at 8:25 a. m. Lexington. Night trains have few with the Mrs. Friday. October 27 At Wallaceton only wish for the good of their country Warfield. She was inborn at Whitehall, lions of readers are acquainted Randolph ago Miss Mullen came to Lexington for Store Robbed. Madison county, Wallingford stories by Goorgo c.cciric lighted sleeping cars with indi they will not fail to the family home nnii for themselves O. P. Jackson. L. B. Herrington and J. At. Irvine. Thursday night last, the vote for Hon. James B. McCreary for built by her grandfather, General Green Chester which have boon appearing in a visit, and when Mr. Nash came over . . Jual berth lights. For information as Wednesday, tho two J. Greenleaf. Clay, wno was one oi ine eany lmmi- - tho nonular magazines, and it is tnis from Richmond. n 'ares and other particulars consult store of James Benton, near the depot up- - to-da- te Monday, October 30 At College Hill, Governor of Old Kentucky. Vnnre frnm Virginia In the davs when financial buccaneer, thoush rejuvenated young people decided to surprise their urns hmken into bV a rang Ol counter na u. L,. li. Uerrinston, u. 15. xerrui oy a uuiei .ocal ticket, agent or address u' State. has taken for menus ana roiauvcs feiters, who used dynamite or nitrothat Build Own Tele Kentucky was still a part of that oi tne and refined, figure Cohan comedy whoso dim?. Mr. and Mrs. Nash will remain P. Jackson. At Silver Creek, J. C. & sell s T. Seelt, T. P. A. B. & O. S.-in a She was educated in the scnoois rhis central ilvrerino in blowhurx)pen the doors ot J. J. Greonleaf. H. C. Rice county and afterward at ioxing bn, subtle irony, keen humor and llluminat-- In Lexington witn relatives anu inenus Chenault. D. Jones. graph. R R.. 513 Traction Bldg., Cincin hie xnrn nnii succeeded in tuuuuin vuo A. was graduated from Sayro Isg exposition of human nature stamp n until tomairow. when they WW go to and S. store ot $200 in cash. There tvere $150 Tuesday, October 31 At Bearwallow. 2t nati. Ohio. the public as well as heads where she She thon spent a year at as tno DriglUCSl wont Ol nioueru ouigo Richmon-- i to reside with the groom's R. H. Crooks. John Noland. O. P. Jack In checks scattered over the floor, but nt Surprising - Institute. the Western Union Teleeraph Comparents temporarily. the robbers were too adroit to nanaie rjanv. Directors of tho L. & N. railroad ftnlclilntr cchnnl in Now York Citv. and humor. son and L. B. Herrington. At Paint . later studied , for a. time at Every visitor to Udw lork or Chicago 1 n .. them. An attempt was made to secure in cession in xow lure, weuuesuar, some vears . . . Lick, Jesse Cobb, J. O. Chenault and J The Value of a Vote. Michhran university ana ai mo oiuiu during tho past two seasons has at leastblood hounds, but resulted in failure Greenlear. vntoii in establish their own telegraph College in Lexington. She is a practical tried to see "uot uicn wuick waningAs yet the robbers are tree. "will- be of Wednesday. November 1 At King' of The subjoined articlo 'C and telephone service along tho lino in. farmer, managing about 2ancres oi tno ford." and its onsacement in tno vari more tCTriWe sfflidion can come H . . mi - tuu Greenleaf, B. H. Crooks and drink ot interest at this particular time. ston, xne new than the erstlne Tar stronc to il grand is being advertised by To Be Continued Two More tlio road, the Board,wires, will be com lanri which belonced. a to her the old ous large cities havo onjoyed tho play specialevery vote snouiu do cast, as no John J. J. Rice, PPsl Iisband and father. V Noland. At Edenton, H. also when of part of thousands who father, General Clay, c- - trn and sitters to ssre the boibsnd and . P. Jackson. T. H. Collins and L. B, Weeks. mercial lines for public business. Since homestead which has come down to her and declare it to be the best comedy one can foretell the result of the olec- 0-scientific U.ucT or brother irith Orrine, I. Herrington. linn. tatment Oldham's Stupendous Bargain Feast 1884 the company nas naa hs service by inheritance. Miss Clay helped in thov over saw. When tho balances are just even the OBBINE is prepared Jn two forms: Io. I, so as to give everybody a chance. furnished hv the Western Union. The 18S3 to organize the KentucKy aquai Hat Rich ouicK VYaiiincriora. asiuo weight ot a feather on either side will powder, absolutely tstte-- I Pice's Puro Apple Vinegar at All man treatment, a - and odorless,- - cfren seereUy n food or r or tne pasi iwo wbcks our oiuiu una nnntrart eroired Aujiust 17noiand the Riehts Association. She was chosen as from keeping an audience continuously kick tba beam. The UnitM Kingdom & Pigg's. 12-- tf with, custom management recommenueu ruiicw its first Dresident and lias been contin laughing, teaches the moral that if the Is for those dr ok Omne No. 2, in pill form. been filled to overflowing of England. Scotland and Ireland today mer- ing it, but suggested the project. desire to Uke volnnurr treatment. OK wlo uously With woman suf average crook would devote half the Is ... Ttiitrv the result of a majority of one. By it no Iuit. Can at oar ers guying new and seasonable We remarkably low. frage as its ultimate object, the associa- amount of Ingenuity and.energy to legi one vote Kentucky eame into th- Union dnr. fr . fr. taoidrt. teinE all about chandise at nrices we could DEATHS. ti meritorious arhelf, which we hare been tiave had more business than tion, under Miss Clan's leadership, has timate enterprise inai ne aoes to unlaw- as a slave State, Henry Clay casting tho, tzluBg for number of yesrs. handle, and feel tiiat it is wrong anu undevoted most of its time and effort to ful schemes, he would find real fortune deeidini; ballot in tne constitutional Rlra Warren, of Edonton, son of securing improved laws for women and iinrt success. fair to our customers to close our sale at STORE PERRY'S DRUG Jesse Cobb uayes was -into tne Tandy Eads aaveruseu, anu ior F.lisha Warren,' died at his . home , Sat- children, in which it has been emi . . : The cast selected bv Mr. ixinaa to convention, bv ooo vote in p;jt electoral 11, the time previously tho proiraciea 111 two more weeks we will continue this urdav morning, altera aged 20 years, nently successful. " w " ror nave enact his comedy iuoludes the names of rresldencin the ever memorable days or college bargain harvest for the benefitXof our nesswlth tuberculosis, Miss Clav's efforts boen limited to her .Tnhn Wohstor. Wm. H Forestolle, the "Returnlntr Board." Thomas It, Knfiir.iav afternoon. JJllss Kate good friends in Madison who waited pa own State. After a campaign in con Ethel Hunt, James H. Manning, John Itenton owed his eleotion to the United Thomas Collins, tiently lor hour aner nour wiu uac lins. dauehter of Johntuberculosis, aged junction with prominent South Carolina D. O Hara, Junius filainews, unanes u States Seoate to a single vote. Andrew could get to buy what they wanted. nf ranntXn. died with warren ana iss women, trvintr to obtain sunrago irom Wilson, .lav O. Yorko. Mary Murphy, Johnson escaped impeachment Dy of an investawavt more profitable than real estate more ir, ver. Botli Mr. the Constitutional convention of 1895, Marlorio Foster, Florence jjumap, aiia wi, vote, which elae would hav New goods nave come raauu u great was Collins were members or tne oatem sim was elected auditor of the National Snthorn. Marcrarot Macklvn. Arthur V certain oi steady increase in value and large returns? was this sale and so ,i changed tno course m uistory in iu been the cry for bargains that we have more Christian church, whore a aouDie Woman Suffrago Association, in which Gibson, B. A. CaiKins. unaries u. asm- - States. Like consequences followed Search the entire investment field over aad you will not wn conducted Sunday afternoon nnsltlnn she has been an. indefatigable i n. Yashin KaKurea. Aoner Dymmous, end lor Fi razinir or feeding cattle call on or I tnrrA in thfivduDllcalO oraersready lor majority ot one in th9 Senate in 1846, find any thine to equal it. We have some choice parcel riev. Dawson, of 3lu Sterling, after nnd nre here and As William Wakott. Milton B. Pollock and when tha Walker tariff was passed. .wi nrl worker. place your orders with jj " renresentative of the Kentucky associa' others. the thousands who are waiting for lliem whicn tneir remains n ure im w to offer, both imaroved and uaknproved, many of which Edward Everett was def tiled for the rhi le nnt- n. loom-en- a . saio uui a the Salem church buryinx-gronn. Hnn. Miss Clav addressed the ConstitU' . " crnvnmnrshin of Massachusetts by a sin Pinnell-McMulle- n arc vo ouy now it wm pay you oaaasomiy 1890. This was tho opportunity money-savin- g The sympathy of a .host of friends go tional convention ofhas been permitted Democrats Have first Place zle vote .. a . act that took him outnof (he .:n ...... .. a. in.tn.nnw merchandi-- e at manu Tt y t first time a woman !. ardfakf aly mvestmcnts. coiisuk us Commission Co. . Live Stock une iuw rMtuenuai race. yi foMnror's first cost. This is the first out to Jr. ana airs, j&ooert. ineir 111- - to speak before a Constitutional convenon Ballot Station, in tne loss oi i'an Buren was defeated for confirma Kansas City Stock Yards time a sale of this kind was ever puuon White's William Nixon Potts, who died tion in Kentucky. She has addressed event Secretary of 8tate Ban L. Bruner cer- turn as Minister to .Keglaqd, an United in Richmond, and, as we wore the pro- tleson. mnrninir. after a short illness throe other Constitutional conventions official ballots to all the that made him President ofjlthe weeks, PriHm would ia the Interest of woman suffrage those tified the voa want verbial "early birdr the last two what child atatM fnatsauL Andrew Jaekson was INCOKRATED. biggest in the history of with brain fever. The. Louisiana jki4 Okla county court clerks, who in tura. will will bo made by our W. O. Park who have beea the Omo one, come all, for novo honn a vaars old Jb December, and ot South Carolina. women or My &oum lcted Major G&eral of thii Tennessee enrtifv the ballot to the printers tohavi up homa. Whea the filling our business. aaatority of (Wie. whiefe of health has had 28 years experience In the tickets prepared for the Novwaber aallltU. .bv a and you must seize was apparently in the want ern Local and Long DisWk orders on this market. PJcase address thejeast is prepared a lew aays vi m bmw.- iViav State likely a progressive seasure alscTlofl. The Democratic ticket is the a4aika victory of Kaw Orlesvcs ttoesl to wmo to aall oa KIm Clay to am were conducted buaoa Main Street all commonicatieas to Gaifeo. before first oa the ballot. The second plac .fol- - hi. Texas awas asaexea is, in unuu bolt, 4c. Hope Blecb C LEaaeral servieM th war with Rev. li.in Tt. was awiwM her PX... .riommia ..t. slegfe ih States by Tidne v Republicans, th Maryland LegWature tbat Us right the ballet goes to the it H Rawlawi. artsr WHIOIl iu. rwaiac- t imctto law was rraflnxi k m Wa W.D.OLMtilX&CO u "77.7. mimi j. .vj, Tv.t iUVWi ! tavml imaillaafinnr. ai a 6nttoiU ia th Hihmad em- i ., For thirty years RioJtwoad's greatest wm iatrrd Stock Y womB of that SUU." Kansas City store. JESSE COBB, General Auctioneering. to $12.50. PRICE, $3.00 AND $3.50. has-bee- i Ccrviricftori tan-colorten-doll- ar All-HallowL'en. and Banks Set Confidence. a rt best-know- resi-penc- 1 0. -- lilli REDJUCED I have a big line of Paper which I will reduced prices, ' L N.k w Wall at greatly order to make ...... - ... room for next season's goods. Very truly, li rr-- rft 1 y" - a . RICHMOND, - - To Cattle Dealers Can You Tell Me rom-nin- ir . iu-ni- a. - reuac torras. m 1 a. Tk-- a""" Bliiegrass Real Estate Company, M1MW rt bt O. PARK Vv t:ki-.fcas- tie. ecl hwbf 0 Bt OiiiHuMu lfc Try H Fif i! ui iii i tt w o Tint Tm- a. .CLASSY.-- . Going to Build? Staph nwy Cmt My Imm J wtata mmI fcMMh Bti ol llwwC -1 patterns JO Lu mbcr mm iumus mm Near ! HTfflfM! IF SG, LET US FIGURE YOUR Tke editors of "Health Hints" and "Questions and Answers" have one question that is put to them more often than any other, and which strangely enough, they find the most difficult to answer. That is "How can I cure my constipation?" Dr. Caldwell, an eminent specialist in diseases of the stomach, liver and field - LUmBFiR COMPANY Incorporated bowels, has looked thewhole over, has practised the specialty for forty years- and is convinced that the ingredients contained in what is called Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin has the best claim to attention from constipated people. Its success in the cure of 'stubborn constipation has done much to the use of salts, waters, strong dis-pla- ce L & A. Depot Telephone 425 Removal Sale THE. NEW' Kentucky Disc Drills We have just received a car load of Kentucky Disc Drills. Before buying call and let us show you this drill. Only force We are now goods Notions and Millinery at a great reduction on account of moving January Call and see us and we will convince you Syrup cathartics and such thine. Pepsin, by training the stomach and bowel musclesito again do their work Don't forget I o save out com for teed naturally, and with its tonic ingredients strengthening the nerves, brings while you arc husking it. Just because Among its an car is lareo does not necessarily about a lasting cure. that the strongest supporters are Mr. Joha make it the best for seed. Seebutt, and tip Graveline of 98 Milwaukee Ave., De- rows aro slraicht from well to formed. and troit, Mich., and Mr. J. A. Vernon oi lhat the kernels are Oklahoma City. Thousands of others plump. If potatoes are inclined to rot don't of both sexes have written to Dr. Caldwell telling of gratifying results dig yours. Leave them in the ground It can be obtained of any druggist at as Jons as you can before dijreinir. fifty cents and one dollar a bottle, or There will be far less waste. 1 have if you want to try it first a free sam- seen some lots of potatoes all go to mush ple bottle can be obtained by writing after they were dus. whereas if they had been left in the earth till cold the doctor. For the free sample address Dr. W. weather come on most of them might B. Caldwell. 402 Caldwell building, have been saved. Keeping cabbages: Select a dry place Monticello, 111. in the patch, pull up the cabbage and &tand them close together, heads down. Cover with soil from 5 to 10 inches deep, thin at first so they will not heat, covering only enough to prevent freezing as the season advances. Tho bury-in- s beds may be made from four to six feet wide. A few cabbage for the present use can be stored, heads down tn a barrel in the cellar, but tne buitc ol the crop should be left out doors. Storing vegetables; Onions, store in selling' a loft rather than in the cellar. In the latter they will sprout to their injury. A few parsnips for winter use may be lifted and stored in sand in the cellar; but as freezing sweetens them it is best to leave many of them out . doors for later use. Potatoes, store in bins 1 foot or 18 inches deep raised somewhat from the floor. Do not bruise or they will rot. Roots tn the nature of salsify and horseradishes freezing docs not hurt so the main lot may stay out where grown, but soma should be due and put in the earth in the collar 1. for winter use Farm Journal. and 15 Cents Autumn Styles Fall Millinery Wonder Hose i Fain ii a Without Extravagant Prices Exquisite, becoming, tasty Millinery in an astonishing variety. Styles offer a varied choice. Simplicity is the keynote. One may choose a hat fashioned on long, narrow Iines.or select dress shape-- or a wide-briany of the variations between; all styles shown here are authenticand m IN MEN'S SOUS $12.50 & $15 In the latest fashions. All snappy models, gingery and full of life, the kind the young fellows like. All exceptional in clever all-wo- ol k Velours and all-wo- ol our stock of S1B0X Worsted, in a big variety of new pattern effects, new shades of brown, blue, tan and gra BOY'S SUITS Becomingness - ; Guaranteed to Is a Characteristic wear.4 months. . Good serviceable, fancy allrwool Suits that wear well sizes 6 to 6 1 For Rent , Runs alike up hill and down when the hopper is full or almost' feed drill on the market. March and Douglas Courses leading to Elementary Slate Certificate, Intermediate State CertifiAdvanced Slate Certificate (this certificate becomes a Life Diploma). All these certificates are valid in all Public Schools in Kentucky. Special Courses,' Review Courses. Turriox Fueb to ArrotXTBES Two splondid Dormitories, New Moded Schoool, New Manual Training Huilding, Practice School, Students can enter to advantage at anv time. Address J. C. CKAHBE, PnEsroE. Kiciimond, Kentvcet. Eastkbx Kestcckt State Nobuai cate), Having decided to discontinue house keeping, I wish to rent my dwelling on Second street. House is in good repair, seven rooms with all necessary out build ings, stable, good pasture, garden, etc. I,also have for sale Al Jersey milch cow. 13-t- f Apply to T. J. Moberly. Dan Breck, fire, lightning, cyclone! and live stock. tf For our new Fall Millinery; Every woman will find here just the hat she looks best in. of $2.50 BOY'S SUITS Very fine quality, and nicely tailored. all-wo- ol MEN,. WOMEN, CHILDREN McCall Pattearns 10 AH the latest styles 6 to GUARANTEED. sizes 17.... A TRAINING 5CHOOL FOR TEACHERS. empty, Itch relieved in 30 minutes by Wood ford's Sanitary Lotion. Never fails. Sold by Perry's Drug Store. o and 15. cents. $5.00 PublicSale. E. V. Thursday, Oct. 26, ELDER, PUBLIC SALE Thursday, Richmond, Ky, Rural Telephones f Automobiles Painted. As Executor of Lucien T. Griees. deceased, we will sell to tho highest and At my shop on Third St. I am preWHY SO WEAK? oesi oiauer, pared to paint and trim Automobiles, a Mr Farmer: ilake yonr home as modem for your family h n city r 1911 Carriages, Buggies and Vehicles of all Kidney Troubles May be Sap- dence and placa yourself in a poeition to get the latest market n I i ny time. This can be accomplished by means of our telephone service, whe : beginning promptly at 9:30 A. M., at his kinds. I havo a painter of long ox ping your Away tf) Telephone 33 Main Street, West lato rcsidcnco at Waco, Ky., his pro- perionco and who understands his I. As Administrators of the estate of W. you and yonr neighbor can get for a sum that is small compared with the lxr tf) Ralston, we will sell at ten o'clock a, eSta received. Call or addrets our nean-sRichmond People Have office or write direct to ueMlquartt rs perly of every nature and description. business, Prices as low as consistent Nashville, Tennessee, for information regarding our special "FaMetH ' Liiw-rat- e His real estate consists of the' following with first class work. Give mo a trial. m on en o Learned This Fact If at pr.soat you are no: ecj yiu telephone s.rv;c.-- , w eu iiumedmi. , -- 3 tracts, viz: and lines cover the Statos ol Kentucky. Tennessee, Miesissipi. When a healthy man or woman begins Farm No. 1 Containing about 105 Horse shoeing, Blacksmilhing ex, Oct. 26, 1911, anterestyou. Our Southern portion of Indiana and Illinois. Louisiana and the &9 to run down without apparent cause, be acres, the homo place, located at Waco repairing in all branches. 13-c 2 comes weak, languid, depressed, suffers Ky., upon which is an excellent y James A Moores three miles south of Paint Lick, on SAST TENNESSEE frame dwelling, built by Alired' C5 backache, headache, dizzy spoils TELEPHONE CO., Incorporated Paint Lick and White the and Douglass, of firsUclass material throug l. a urinary disorders, kidney weakness may out. Has 8 or 10 rooms with splendid Dan Breck, fire, lightning, cyclone following real estate andLick pike, propersonal a and live stock insurance. tf perty: D be the cause of it all. Keep the kidneys ;ellar, bams, icehouse and all other CD accessary buildings. This farm is weli ! --3 3 well and they will keep you well. DoanV 91 Acres Good Btuegrass Jas. . Dahlman, "Cowboy" enced and watered. Located e-- 5 Kidney Pills make sick kidneys woll to churches, schools, mills, Land Mayor of Omaha, 'Throws Can Richmond readers demand furthei ank, Pottollice, shops &c, and is an the "Lariat.'. on which there is a nice resiilo'iI hoir.o. proof than the following statement: -Farm Mayor Jas. C. Dahlman is of an inter- dence, containing six rooms, new barn H Eibndgo Q. Evans, Depot St, Nich 284 acres, No. 2 Supposed to Contain "Try Cardui," writes Mrs. Z. V. Spell, of Hayne, N. C and outbuildings. School house conknown as the P. W. Estill olasvillc, Ky., says: "Judging from mj farm, located on the Kentucky river esting and impressive personality. Start- venient. All this land is in grass with " I was in a very low state of health, and was not able to ing his career as a cowboy, ho is at presTo get good results in shotgun shooting, r DENTIST experience with Doan's Kidney Pills, 1 i mil s North-Eas- t of Waco, Ky. ent Mayorof Omaha, and has tho follow- the exception of 15 acres for corn. This bit i n i be up and fend to my duties. I did try Cardui, and soon can say lhat thpy are an excellent rem About 100 acres of this farm is river ing record to lis credit: ShenfTof Dawes property is well watered and is an ideal it is necessary to have a load that makes an Lick, began to feel better. I got able to be up and help do my is well set Co., Neb., three terms; Mayor of Chad- - home. Tne following stock will be sold edy and one lhat lives up to the claims bo .torn and all the ' even pattern, gives good penetrations and is maac lor iu i suuercd from a severe n blue crass and good crazinc land. ron. two terms; Democratic National at samo time and place: Crown, Bridge and Inlay work a housework. I continued to take the medicine, and now I frame Committeeman eight years; Mayor of Two brood mares: 1 sad' atiacn or kidney trouble for some time Upon this farm is a now reliable and uniform in every way. Winchester Specialty. am able to do my housework and to care for my children, My back ached intensely and I had sore dwelling of 8 or 10 rooms and halls, Omaha, six years, and in 1910 candidate die mare; 3 suckling mules; 1 two-yeOffice in Bank Building. ness across my kidnevs lhat mado !i also another good house in the yard. for Governor of Nebraska. Writing to old mulo colt; 2 aged mul's; 10 bead Black Powder Shotgun Shells are just such a load. and I feel as though I could never praise Cardui enough hard tor me to move about. Mv bladdoi Uood cistern, barns, well fenced and Foley & Co., Chicago, he says: "I have hogs; 23 head of cattle, consisting of watered. This is a very desirable farm taken Foley Kidney Pills and thoyhave sieer? anu nciiers. t anning implements for the benefits I have received." seemed to be affected and the kidnej The next time you buy, insist upon having them. Taxes Due. givon me a great deal of relief, sol consisting or wagons, harrows, plows, secretions wero too irequent in passage and will make a good home. Your taxes for the year 1911 are now ai limes, wnno at otners there was a A .tract iso. J Containing 50 acres. choerfully recommend them." THE RED W BRAND . oinaers, wheat drill, rakes and corn on trie boutu side ot the Rich Corao complete retention. I at length begat situated my hands for collection. Yours truly, (signed) Jas. C. Dahlmax planter. Terms will be made known on mond and Irvine pike 4 mile East of Stockton & Son. day of sale. in'early and avoid the rush, as well as using ioan s Kiuney rills ind thoirben Waco, Ky.. and extending South to the was noticeable saving the penalty, by prompt payment. elicial Ieffect soon comnletclv from the County - road between " Elliston and first. was If you are going to havo a party have J. T. Ralston & Bros. cured and D. A. McCord. Sheriff. for lhat reason 1 am glad to give this Hyoee. Over nail ot this land is beau Ricci make your brick cream in that Administrators tiful woodland and tho rest crazinc remeuy my endorsement." tf lC-land and would make good building delicious manner. Paint Lick, Ky. For dealers. Vrico.nn Your Common Colds Fostor-Mlbur- nsale by allCo., Buffalo, Xew. Take Cardui is successful, because it is made especially for York, lots. Through this land runs the celeThe best plaster. A picco of flannel brated Sandspring branch that never dampened Seriously. solo agents for the. United Stales. women, and acts specifically on the womanly constitution. Don't trifle with a cold is good advice with Chamberlain's Liniment Common colds, severe and frequent. Remember the name Doan's and fails. for prudent men women. It may be Cardui does one thing, and does it well. That explains over Tract No. 4 Containing 10 acres. and bound on plasterthe affected parts is vital in case of aand lay the foundation of chronic diseased take no other. child. There is noth to a the great success which it has had, during the past 50 years, sit ialed one mile North of Waco, Ky., suporior much. For and costs only We have enlarged our warehouse and can han- conditions of the nose and throat, and sale by Stockton & ing better than Chamborlain's Cough on the West side of College Hill pike. Son. as in helping thousands of weak and ailing women back to my develop into bronchitis, pneumonia uemedy for coughs and colds in cbil dleallthe Tallow, Wool, Rags, Bones, Ginfu.s s;rip of land is in grass. and consumption. For all coughs and health and happiness. dren. It is safe and sure. For salo by seng and Feathers that 3Tou bring. Rememl no land will be sold at 1 o'clock on A Household Remedy that btocKion tii isoa. colds in children and in grown persons If you are a woman, feel tired, dull, and are nervous, Octooer 20th. is of 103. take Foley's Honey and Tar Compound ber we pa)' the highest prices. We buy Hides cross and irritable, it's because you need a tonic Why not Will also at tho same time and place gives Confidence. promptly. After exposure, and when Rubber and all kinds of metals and scrap iron. Foley's Kidney Remedy vs. a sell all tho personal property, viz: ky Cardui? Cardui builds, strengthens, restores, and acts you feel a cold coming on, take Foley's Bring what 3'ou have m nogs an x a snoats, y milch cows Is Foley's Honey and Tar Compound. Honey and Tar Compound. It checks A. C. Reed and Others, ) in every way as a special, tonic remedy for women. Test Hopeless: ase. On and calves, 2 good strippers, 1 yearling Mrs. T. J. Adams, 522 No. Kansas Ave., NOTICE. and relieves Uso no snbstitute. The i have salk u iui yumacii. mux uruggisi sens Hon, Ark. J. E. Freeman says: "I had ) Petition. steer, ask nim. yearling neifers. 1 bull calf. Columbus, Kas., writes: "For a number in a yellow package always, a severe case of kidney trouble and Best Braces for fences, Water Tanks, etc., and any kinds of fenuine & Son. 3 aged mules, 2 yearling mules, 2 mare of years my childron have been subject could not work and my case seemed Notice is hereby given that there will muio coits, norse mulo for Special Irutmctioru. and book. "Home Treatment lor WomSieotbee. 1 i Repairs for all 'kinds of Machinery. be held by the officers of tho regular mares, 1 yearling filly, 4 colt. 7 brood to coughs and colds. I got some of hopeless. I used several woll known horses from kidney remedies, and had the services riovemDer election on Honey and Tar Compound and havo to 0 years old, ones year old combined norse. found that it cured their coughs and ol a doctor, all of which gave me no re- NOVEMBER 7, 1011, he I. One large bottle of Foley s Kidney 2 horse Colts by "Bourbon Chief" colds in a very short time, so I keep it Remedy cured mo and I have never been 22 lot of bee in the Are the largest ord an election submitting to tho voters of AHstand of bees and'and kitchen turns. Son. houso all the time." Stockton & bothered since. I have also recommendthe household furni Foxtown Magisterial district, No. 3, the ed it to my friends wjio all received tho er buyers ol cattle, hogs, sheep, question wnetiier or not cattle or any ture, including carpets, parlor furniture, same good results. Stockton & Son. dat rack, Dressers, wash stands, RICHMOND Phone 363 Fort Sale Sawed oak tobacco species thereof shall bo allowed KENTUCKY Iambs, and calves tables, at the Cin- large on me puonc roadsin said to run al A large beds and beddinsr &c. &.c. Low prices. Will ship any amountsticks. Money district. from assortment to Loan on Good Farm agricultural have never seen a woman cinnati Union Stock Yards. IJono by order of court this September implements, including ofcorn planters, 100 to a carload. Write quick. Lands. corn shellers, mowers, harrows, plows. Consign your stock to them Attest: with good sense but w bad Estill Lumber & Timber Co., R. B. TEKRILL, cutting boxes, cider mills, wagons, Clerk lladison Co. Court, Irvine, Ky. The Northwestern Mutual Life In and receive the highest market 14-beauty enough to make herdumpcarts, buggy, rollers, hay rake, your residences a ;d store buildings need surance yjo., will loan money at o per prices. doubletrees, harness &c &c &a. Dyspepsia is our national ailment. cent interest on good improved farm self highly agreeable. A great aggregation of tools of evnrv Burdock Blood Bitters Is tho national you Biliousness is due lo painted and papered, or decorated in any lanus on uortppe. of the stomach. Chamberlain's description, including saws, hammers, cure for it. It strengthens stomach Jl'uon wish to see faces light up with oiacK-smu- n Apply to J. C. Chenault, Atty. tools, roofing tools. membranes, promotes flow of digestivo way, see me about it, as am- - prepared to doall kinds of i j.auiKu, are c&seniiany a stomach medi Richmond, Ky. , cine, intended especially to act on thai augers, chisels, diggers, grindstones, juices, purifies tho blood, builds you up. joy and satisfaction drop organ; to cleanse it, strengthen it, lone oee tools, mattox itc xc. TO INSURE YOUR Also anu luvigoraie ir, 10 regulate the liver orass a lot of bacon, poultry, kettles. Decorating and in among the customers at HOUSE WITH Kettles, now graphophono, meat and to banish biliousness positively and cutters, guns ciicnuaii. rorsaie oy btockton & Son. ches, also a lot and fixtures, work benHanging. of corn and fodder &c &c. The Keal Estate will be old for d cash, and the bal wfll use nothing- in the way of materials on your ance to bo paid six and twelve months AT ONCE "vaork except such as I invite you to inspect at all times from dale of sale with 0 per cent interest. THAN TO WAIT UNTIL IT hafore being applied to your house, etc. Also, will The. Personal Proneriv will hn snlii BURNS AND WISH appreciate a share of your patronage, and promise you all sums of less than jflO.OO cash in . YOU HAD Dealing hand, over that amount purchaser to in return for same honest work and materials. execute note with security payable Very respectfulljT yours, Telephone G2 at Waco Deposit Bank, Waco, Ky.. Opera House Buildinsr Because dollar for dollar we do Janlst, 1012. it tho sale is not comnleted on thn not believe there is anything else abovo date It will be continued tho day following. SURVEYOR on earth that brings the immediate possession eivinir to real fectly every crem in cur fine eollp.n- pleasure as a home. And again, estato if desired. The Executors will solicago of those its patron needing sertake pleasure in showing the oronortv Third Richmond, Ky tion of jewels is, and their rich vices of a competent man. Address, oy investing right hero in your to any one desiring to look over the . .... . . color and brilliancy and uniRICHMOND, KENTUCKY. jLitujvuai T". isouju. mLi n csuue win oe sola. .Dy Nuxol Victor home community you arc dealing the acre, and surveyod prior to day que and exquisite setting of in values you underslancLand with salc- make fit gifts foe a C. L. Skauct j people you know; henco tli3 risk Made to "special order" only Queen. them Exc. and We have everything of loss isjcompletely eliminated, "Wai. Bextoni Style, fit and materia! guar- that is new and novel in pins, Jessk Conn, Auct. WhatJyouEdont Jknow about lumWaco. Ky. anteed. Call and see samples rings, ear screws and drops ber wo areJlhere to tell you and and style books. prices that are remarkable we may be able to help you avoid for their low figure many of the mistakes that are frequently made in the selection of Mrs. A. lumber unsuited for different pur220 Second Street Richmond, Ky. poses. Some lumber Is O. K. for IB. Stoutfer has reopened a first class shop. Suits made outside uses and not worth a cent .to orderr-ma- de at home by experiened Tailors. ..Over for interior finish, and vice yersa, Young and old have W e know just what Is, best for 1.000 samples to select from. Cleaning and Pressing by tnerxt. Some abuse them. most purposes and Have it in stock . They get bred, starved. Tailors. to show you. Drop in and let's Our Motto talk it over SYMPTOMS:-L- orn :--: Best 9. B. Shackeleford $ Co. iLEI v Ci Lite qtftiins two-stor- tf con-enie- W:,S'Wm7 T-- BLACK POWDER two-stor- y SHOTGUN SHELLS My Doctor Said H. L PATRICK t Paint Kentucky up-Ja- ld ar 8-- tf Big Prices For Hides for tub Cardui Wornan'sToriic one-ten- th Mil -- j Fo-Icy'- H M. WIDES I G G Sale & all-around Co 3PI11I Betsy's Pointers "I 14-O- WHEN W. S. Norris. If 6-- Painting, - just Paper I D. R. Ti. rreeman Xt-KM- Tudiciously one-thir- Corsets Comts I Lackey & Spent Money is That Put Into Homes Todd W. L. LEEDS H. G. DOTY, mts The Home of Iow Prices and 5quare 5treet Gossard Corsets Per Fitted' A Rare Beauty and Suits and Coats at New Tailoring: Shop George Marischen, Cutter J. Mwr J, F. J. YEAGER Also large line of ready made Glotibing,-Hats, and Furnishing Goods at reduced' price, . . " Hire's Todd-Edwards N FhKeL&elMK." eventually digtian, and appmtiit, of . Quality Groceries Await You HftV Quality BEAR IN MIND That our grocery is one of the most complete to be found anywhece.and our service is unsurpassed. Telephone your order. Oursfockoffiekf seeds is the best in the county. Wei guarantee them, Trv us with an order and you wili always be a Low Prices. ; 1 ititutio. areJfd irrilaMky, 4 i - v Lumber Co. Thos. A. Shelton, agent for Hurst Home Insurance Co. Write me or mhono 151 ting 2, Union Oityf Ky, S.lyr timulatconly. Alcoholic remedies Scott's EmulsiM natural Glad to show you how we are cap- able of adding io your enjoyment, without any oBligatioa Jo purchase it is in. the service. We never", permit faulty goods to leave our store . ; l ' 222 WestlMainStrtt. . 5 t Daa Breck,-fire,- lightning,. cyclone J Md live stook iosurance. tf ; otAe and nourish, feed the nerve. A nerve-food, Try a Sack of A. B. G Pateite Flour, 59c a Sack tining the saks of Glycerine. riwv. Hypo-Pkphit- e, ,! " ' : Xleanirgand Pfessing 'Ldk ai --gentlemen ckHhia clean ed ad prMLby Mrs. O. F. Bradley. tin stiix IKTloI- - I i Wfct order, price lw. A trial Iodine and NO or alcohol: Sewell & McKindy i D. B. McKinney Telephone 35 fL Main :5. V' cus-"kxT- er- n i eiejxrcvnes 1 1 and Zc5 Street