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' 1 M- - 1 HE AND RETAIL jvii-iiviu- r u baking-powder CLIMAX 1.1 911 NUMBER 58th YEAR RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER Tobacco Stripping. Silas Sholburn, the Lexington tobacconist, gives the following valuable suggestion on tobacco stripping: "It'woulil Tiav lo tnkn jnnm nnJno r the handling and greiting. They should uu sura umi uio steins are wen urieu beioro thoy becin striDDintr. as. the buv ore will not pay much for tobacco with swollen stems. II should bo tied in roouum-sizc- d bundles. "We are expecting fair prices for the briuht ernns. rul fnr nil thn hriirJir grades, while all the heavy dark crops aim reu graaes win sen jow, so one can readily see the importance of sonaratinir the colors. They should put bright wim origin, rea avihi red, green with green and dark with dark. A great many 01 mem seem to pull on so many lea'CS at thn hntlom nf thn nlnnt Thn ronjrh, dark stuff should be thrown out or uio nines, so as to make them as bright as possible, and all the red loaves should be thrown out of the trash and lug grades to givo them more color and less body. Thin bright leaf might be classed with bright lugs, but iiie ueavy reu leaves snouia DO put wim red grades, leaving bright leaf with more color and with some body suitable for mnnnnrs ThA HifTnrnnt rnrinnc In crop will be very different in color ana quality ana snouia not do mixed In . .. .i me grading. 20 Stock Inspectors Warned. Dr. A. J. Payne, Stilte Live Stock Inspector, is notifying- - all County Live tock Inspectors that they must certify tp movements of sheep going into other Suites intended for purposes other than immodiato slaughter. All sheep not intended for such purposes to- be shipped into other States must be billed through Louisville or Covington and there dip- or ed under tne fnspector, who supervision to a Federale will certify the inter-stalmovement of such sheep. A violation of these rules by County Live Stock Inspectors is punishable by a line of from $100 to &00 and the rule must be strictly enforced by all County Live Stock Inspectors. Lr. R. BLiANTON, "WHOLESALE THE STEARNS (mme on every genuine mattress) SHOWS YOU HAVE TO Coal, Feed, Salt, Sand, Lime, Rock. OLD DOMINION PORTLAND CEMENT BAKING POWDE Absolutely Pttr To have pure and wholesome food, be sure that your is made from cream of tartar and not from alum. Lsbml will MATTRESS UYAlXHOrmNDS WHATS:iNSIDEU;D0N:T!?r a FOSTER IMPORTANT TO KNOW Free If It Fails Your Money Back it You are not Satisfied "with the Medicine We and All Kinds of Plaster Material. Cor. Main and B. Streets whatSimsidethe MATTRESS YOU GET TO INSURE It EST THAT IS HEALTHFUL & COMFORTABLE , it Telphone 85 Our Friend the Letter Carrier. "White - and - Gibson The Old Reliable Dry Goods Rrm We are now receiving daily our Line of new-Fal- l There is no rlass nf nnhlin sprvanli who do their dutv more faithfnllv nr tn whom the public owes a greater debt than the letter carriers. Their faithfulness and devotion aro' nroven a thou. sand times each day. There is no other department of the government of which tue averaged citizen makes so great ana continued use as the postofllce department. There is no other department in which fewer proportionate mistakes aro made. This condition is in no small part due to the energy of the great body of lettor carriers, through whom the hulk nf thn wnrlr nf thn rlo. pnrtment is carried out. Rochester Woolen and Silk Dress Goods Linens, Ginghams, all kinds of Wash Fabrics, Trimmings, Laces and Embroideries of all kinds and everything in the Dry Goods line. Please give us a call when wanting anything in our line as we fell sure that we can make rimes. SeoW. W. Broaddus & Co. for all kinds of storage. 2-- tf That New baby Must Be Photographed Prices That Cannot Be Undersold Why not come in and see what we have? vIt will, cost 3Tou nothing and will be appreciated : : : f Thanking you for past favors, we will appreciate an early call " Baby Pictnres Our Specialty White Main & Gibson RICHMOND Sfreet, below First The Photographer "Yo aro so positivo that our remedy will permanently relieve constipation, no matter how chronic it may be, that wo offer to furnish the medicine at our expenso should it fail to produce satisfactory results. Tkm It is worso than useless to attempt to cure constipation with cathartic drugs. Laxatives or cathartics do much harm. They causo a reaction, irratate, baking-powde-r is and weaken tho bowels and tend to mako constipatiou more chronic. Besides, their uso becomes a habit that is dangerous. Constipation is caused by a wcaknoss of the nerves and muscles of the large in estino or descending colon. To expect permanent roliof you must therefore Mm Mo tono up and strengthen those organs and restore them to healthier activity. Yo want you to try Roxall Orderlies on our recommendation. They are exceedingly pleasant to. take, being eaten like candy, and are ideal for children, delicate persons, and old folks, as woll as for tho robust. They The Literal Truth. act directly on the nerves and muscles A Kansas editor nnnniinrwl ho will of tho bowels. Thoy apparently have try for one week to Drint the truth. nni he is still in the hospital. He didn't Overnight Cure For Cold In a neutral action on othor associate organs or glands. They do dot purge, Eet bv the first dav. Thn fnllnwinr itnm causo excessive looseness, nor creato Head Or Chest appeared in Monday's issuo. and now .. . any inconvenience whatevor. They may U wm uu;s are gelling OUl me paper. be taken- at any time, day or night. This is what ho snirl? "Vn It Is Curing Thousands, and They will positively relievo chronic or SvlvinRhftflft to .Tamn Ponnnmnm lncl f WM4UUUIMIU l9lf Saves Time and Money habitual constipation, if not of surgical Sunday evening at the Baptist church. variety, and tho myriads of associate ne oriae was an orainarv town iiri "Get a bowl three quarters full of boil- or dependent chronic ailments, if taken who didn't know ftnv mnrn than n nli. ing water, and a towel. with regularity for "a reasonable length bit about cooking and never helped her Pour into the wator a scant tcaspoon-fu- l of time. 12 tablets, 10 cents; 30 tablets, mother throe days in her life. She is. of nVTOMEI (pronounce High-o-me25 cents, 80 tablets; 50 cents. Sold not a beauty by any means and has a Put your head over the bowl and covor in Richmond only at our store The trait like a dunk. Thn irrnnm le !n .in. head and bowl with towel. n loafer. Hvine nfT thn i Breathe tho vapor that arlsos for a Rexall Store. II. L. Perry, Richmond, old folks all his life, and don't amount i few minutes, and presto! your head is iu shucks nonow. xney win nave a : as clear as a bell, and tho tightness in Bitten By a Rattlesnake. hard Hfo while they live together." tho chest is gono. It's a pleasant cure. You'll enjoy Colonel John Robinson, one of the breathing IIYOMEI. You'll fool at once nronriotors of Crab Orchard Springs, Use of a Dollar. its soothing, healing and beneficial Crab Oichard, was removing a barn, pre Ten Vears am a Kansas fnrmnrrmt hio effects as it passes over the inflamed and paratory to the advent of the fox hunt,i initials on a dollar bill. Thn irritated membrane. SO cents a botllo, ers, which will bo at Crab Orchard on he went to the nearest town and spent at druggists everywhere Ask B. L. November 13, whon a huce rattlesnako, it wim a mercnani. iselore vhe year Middleton tor a extra Jbottlo HYOilEI with fourteen rattles, succeeded in in was out he had got the dollar bill back. Inhalent. flicting a wound upon his hand. Great FoUr times in Six VASrS thn llnllnr mmn pain and fear was Mr. Robinson's for a back to him for produce, and threo time, but a frco uso of tho "timely Public Sale. . times no Heard of it in the pockets of warning" soon assuaged tho man's sufhis neighbors. The last time he got it On Saturday, November 18, 1911, at fering, and, after confinement in his back was four vears apo. Hn ent it t time, ho was pronounced "out a mail order house. He has never seen 2 p. m. I will sell at public sale my bed for a of danger." that dollar since, nor never will Timt" residence on Orchard street containing dollar will never pay any more school or seven rooms and all necessary outbuildWhen in need ol Blacksmithing in road tax for him. will nnt. hnii,i n. ings. Good storo house on the lot. any of its branches, Farming Implebrighten any of the homes for tho com- t ments. Buggies, Carriages, Wagons, J. R. Pakke. uiuuiby. xio sent it entirely out or tne circle iof usefulness to himself and his Rubbor tiros &c, get prices from R. E. neighbors. Ex. f. Millor, Uuion City. Ky. tf That good ice cream at Ricci's guide you Royal the only made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar Stearns & Foster Mattresses are Comfortable, Durable and Sanitary; not only because of the way they are made, but because of the materials in them. No patented process of mattress-makin- g will produce a, quality mattress out of poor cotton or cotton improperly handled. Steams & Fosler Mattresses are made of clean, sanitary cotton; felted into hundreds of little webs, forming many springy, buoyant layers, standing nearly three feet high. These layers are then laid by hand and compressed to of their original height and encased in. the ticking; then tufted to juft the proper tension, so as 16 be soft, yet firm, half yielding to your figure, yet supporting it in perfeel relaxaone-sixth Alum Umc Phosphates Try This tion. - Made in the be& qualities of Satin Finish, duAproof tickings WITHOUT EXTRA CHARGE.- - ). Four Grades of Superiority Anchor. $10.50 Windsor. $13.50 Lenox. to-da-to has-bee- '$16.00 Style A. $22.50 nn-rt- . When you buy a Steams & Foster you get the besl Mattress value offered. Come in today and ask to see these exceptional Mattresses: We'll gladly show them. A positive guarantee on every Mattress. A Stearns & Fosler is a very Comfortable and Economical Mattress to buy. A 1 OLDHAM & LACKEY Undertaking a Specialty 18-5- SBrXS." W. S. O. R. m O. L. t-- 1 n f-- i irb n 'n ts WE SELL MAY MANTON HUSTLING YOU ARB INVITBD--WHE- N TO RE WILL YOU COME : 6 WE SELL MAY MANTON PATTERNS 10 CUNTS EACH PATTERNS 10 CENTS EACH TO SEE : OUR , : DISPLAY OF : FALL : MERCHANDISE? Shoes ! All Kinds Shoes ! Shoes ! Re-membe- Everything NewUp to Nowl and lower in price for quality, than ever. We want ts to show you a brand new line of Elite and King Company's Coats, Suits and Skirts from... . . Gar-men- IWen's & Boys' Clothing ! We want to show you the greatest values in Men's and Boys' Clothing and Overcoats, We .defy .we have- ever been able to secure. - to .er to ars All Sizes. All Prices. The newest lasts, and more of them than ever. r we make good of every pair O. J. E. Tilt Shoes for Men, DittenBiofer Shoes for Ladies, and Buster Brown and Blue Ribbon hoes for Boys and Girls that fail, through any fault of leather or workmanship, to give $10 TO $30 We" all. competition on $10 AND you 'the,:lafgest assoTfmeri of Infants" and Misses Coats you have seen, in this city. want to'show satisfaction. A trial pair is all we sk- - and;customer.is assured to us. Prices ranging from v v - tit 1 $ I'.OO T.Q $7.50 ; ; - Suits and Overcoats for men; also $3.50 and $5.00 Suits and Oevrcoats for Boys, We are showing big values in Corduroys Kerseys, etc., for every day use from $7.50 to $J0.-- Be sure to see them before making. 'a purchase. & $15. You are invited Whetiw i you come? c'"We"rwarit to sliow ' vou-o- tir Westings, Ginriams, Percales,.Outirig fact,, we want to show you what you want in any liner ' YOU ARE INVT WHEN WILL YOU If ICojner First Hamilton & Es - Main others ; . Richmond, Kentucky tf ivy J' tf tf tf tf tf tf tf tf tf tf tf tf tf PERSONALS Miss Mary Tribble visited in Lexing ton last week. W. R. Gott has gono to Danville and Latest and Best Story Somerset on a flying business trip. . Mrs B. F. Robinson and little daught er aro visiting in Danville. Mr W. L. Arnold and son. William, spent several days in Cincinnati last week. Our Fall Line of Goods is "up to the minMrs.' J. A. Sharon has concluded a visit to hor son, Mr. Lowell Sharon, In ute1' as we constantly watch the market A Qynthiann. for new and worthy goods, and we retreat of excepis a literary Mrs. William Watts has returned to Lexington after a visit to her daughter, spectfully invite your attention to our tional merit which we Have the Mrs. Harry Blanton. line of pleasure of offering our readers. . Miss Mary Belle Hicks and daughter. Miss Elizabeth, nave returned from a C.If you know Brady and visit to Cincinnati. Arrow Free, his works you will agree that Mr. Robert Lone has returned to : : : : Danvillo after a pleasant visit with he is a past master with the low prices relatives here. pen and you can appreciate the supplies-nee- dles, is Mr. G. B. Turley, who has been quite if value of this story when we ill, is improving and will soon be able to be out. for say is UNDENIABLY HIS all oil The Rev. Hall from Mavsville. spent MASTERPIECE. Belts, in last week with his daughter, Mrs. D. H. lireck, on lireck Ave. C.From beginning to end it is filled Julius Richardson, with his bride, is with visiting friends in this county, from UNIQUE SITUATIONS Hamilton, Ohio. 1 Successor to Luman & Higgins in DRAMATIC INTENSITY AND Mrs. Chas. Gibson and children, of for Tailored Jonesville, Ya., are with Dr. and Mrs. THRILLING ACTION 0. J. Bales for a visit. for. Waists in Mrs. Loula Davis, of Campbellsville, In short, if you want to. read one i is the guest of her sister, Mrs. S. 1). of the test and cleverest stories ever Parris, on second street. written watch for the opening chapters Groeley Barnes, Administrator, Plaint Mr. M. C Kellogp, the live-wisoon to appear now readv to Call and see us as we are iff, vs. John Agee, sr., neirs, ueienu-ant- s. wholesale Rroceryman has returned from a trip to the eastern markets. take care of you on all Fall and Winter iTnrW nnH hv virtiin of iudgmcnt and Mrs. Chas. Jett left last week for Gcfrds order of sale rendered at the October Tucumcari, New Mexico, where she term of the Madison Circuit Court in will remain until after the first of the tho abovo styled iaction, the undersigned , . year. Apparel for Fall A Most Piaster commissioner oi saiu couri. in B. Kinnard, of Lancaster, was Mrs J. on with Dr. and Mrs. O. H. Yaught and Prof, and Mrs. Bridges several days last week. Mrs. Saufley Huces of Lancaster and Miss Francis of Paint Lick, spent the Mr. and Mrs S. II. Thrope, and is one 5trayed cr Stolen. at 2 o'clock p. m. on tho promises, sell waik end with Miss Jennie Parkes on of the most popular and capable yourg From my place on Second street, near tit lm Vilfhnct nnd hnct hiflriAr at nublio men of this city. Immediately after L ncasterAvo. The Democratic platform pledges the Mrs. A. T Million and Mrs. Hattie tho ceremony, the happy couple left for the railroad station, Satarday, Octobor auction the following described tract of county, Located party to stop corrupt lobbytag in the Buchanan and daughter were guests of a short honeymoon in Louisville, Cin- 23, a small black pig with whito spot on land, viz: (lift Wninr in Madison Ttrnnch. and con in Legislature, and Governor McCreary is Mrs. R. E. Adams in Louisville during cinnati and other places. After their side; reward if returned to me. veyed to John Agee, Sr., by Green B Mits. John Thatlob. return, they will keep house on the acres, the man to turn the light on the miscre- ttio Equal uiguts Convention. containing forty-on-e Million, nnusin rtERi woman it farm of the groom on Loncaster pike. more or less, being the same land purants who have fattened at the expense Mrs. G. W. Chenault has returned A host of friends will join the Climax high in price, for chased by Green B. Million from John THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO oi tne people lor so many years at from a visit to Richmond relatives. Mr. in extending to this popular and happy Hughes, and adjoining the land of Phil congratulations (Incorporated.) Both parties harbor these- - B. F. Soper, of Richmond, is visiting couple, tho heartiest long Frankfort Roberts, John Agee, Sr., homo resilife, filled Danville relatives. Danville Messenger. and best wishes for a hairpins, and they should be exposed dence, thenco with Bud Baker's line to Messrs. R. E Turley, J. A. Sullivan, with the choicest blessings. Having decided to dispose of a lot of the lands bought by Baker from G. B. SHORT TALK BY STANIFER ON CLOTHING Pres. and Mgr. and driven out. A. D. Miller The beautiful double wedding of Miss surplus stock, etc., I will, at my place, Million, thence down to the drain to R. R. Burnam, Jno. W. Crooke and Mr. Sec'y-Trea- s. Sara Golf Rucker and Mr. Gilbert Rolf threo miles southwest of Paint Lick, on tho center of Gig Water Branch, thonco W. O. White Age is no barrier to usefulness, yet Land attendedAY the Bankers Association Combs, Miss Margaret D. Crooko and the Riohmond and Lancaster pike, on in Lexington ednesday and Thursday. down samo to tho beginning. this is the only charge the Republican Mr. L. Green was solemnized at the Man, if if in Said land will bo sold on a credit of Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Denny and Mur KEKTUCKY party can bring against Sonator Mc ray Smith, spent from Saturday until Methodist Church, Wednesday after- (Thursday, PittSS ASS0CUT10I purtwelve months 9, six andbeing required to timej thebonds if to noon, at 4 o'clock, in the presence of a execute Oreary. The candidate for Governor on Monday with their parents. Mr. and ass chaser house. Never did the church 1911, bearing C per cent interest from day of LEAGUE. PUBLISHERS EIGHTH DISTRICT Mrs. Thomas Jackson Smith of .Fayette crowded the Democratic ticket has made as world is waitlook more beautiful, with its arti'tic salo until paid, having tho force and many speeohes as his opponent, has county. decorations of potted plants, ferns at 10 o'clock a. m. ,sell tho following effect of a replevin bond. ing for with FEB YEAB traveled as many miles an! is today as (1.00 Mesdamos T. E. Baldwin. C. B asparagus and holly sprays, tho green property: i:0-f BICE II. C. Rice, M. C. M. C. C. Thirty-fiv- o head of horses and mulos, bunches of pink strosg and agile as a sbeol boy. The Briuain and Will Shanks, of Stanford, being relieved IK ADVANCE spent Friday work, with in Lexington. Mrs. dahlias covering the alter and railing. consisting of one draft mare, G years is capstone of a beautiful life will be the Shanks will be at St. Joseph's Hospital A very pleasing musical program was old, weighing 1000 pounds; ono yearling placing once more upon the brow well undor treatment of Dr. Roberts for given by Miss Issie Million on the stallion out "of this maro and sired by 1911 WBDNESDAY NOV 1 violin, Mrs. Henry Perry's voice and Imp. Perchon, weighing about 1300 or C. F. Burnam's Executors, Plaintiffs, Senator McCreary the title of Governor sevoral weoks. is in Mrs. W. G. Whito at the organ before 1400 pounds; ono weanling filly, full vs. Charles Fife's heirs. Defendants. of Kentuoky. Mr. Overton Burgin, formerly of the bridal party entered the church. sister to the stallion coll; ono Under and bv virtue of judgment and For Madison county, now a resident of Promptly at 4 o'clock tho doors wero black horse, well broke, singlo and order of salo rendered at tho October PnosPECTS fortlie success of Uie Dam Fayette county, was in town Monday. double, 10 hands high, weighing 1100 term of tho Madison Circuit Court in thrown open and tho ever in giving The hue of health mantles his cheek. Lohengrin wedding march wasbeautiful pounds, onb oorallc State tiokot are very flattering, sorrol marc, the abovo styled action, tho under and success seoms to attend his walks. while tho wedding party walked played, broke, single and double: ono and if the Democrats of KoaUioky will slowly signed Master Commissioner of said Wo extend to him our best wishes. down the aisles. Miss Mario Harbor maro in foal by Bert Ramsey's jack; one court will on go to the polls on Tuesday noxt and ready-to-we- ar in maro in foal by jack; one Capt. William Herndon, of Lancaster. was Miss Rucker's maid of honor, and cast their vote there can be no doubt Ky. was in our city yesterday. Capt. her bridesmaids wore Missos Madge yearling sorrel filly, a natural saddler: To will unabout the resuk. The only thing Den Herondon is one of Garrard County's Hart, Lucille Gibbs, Tommio Cole one brown family mare in oorats have to afear is overoonfidenco best citizens and one of her leading at Covington and Julia Crutchfield. Miss foal by horse; ono weanling horso colt, claims, easiThere has already been too much talk torneys. He served in tho 6th, Ken- - Mary Hanna, of Harrodsburg, was Miss sired by Lynn Boyd, Jr.; one weanling ly in Fall lucky volunteers and acheived distinc urooKo s maid or honor, and her brides- horso colt, sired by King Squirrel, dam on tho premises between tho hours of of the Democrats havtng a walkover, wero Misses Katherine Vanars-da- ll standard bred; threo wcJihling mule 10 o'clock and 11 o'clock a. m. sell to same tion for ana this may cause the Democrats to acterizedbravery, thomembersthat char- maids of Harrodsburg. Bettie French, colls; one in sorrel horse, one the other of that the highest bidder at public auction the show less interest than if the contest honorable body. Rebecca Rico and Marian Yates. Tho black horse; ono following described property: ushers were Messrs. William Wallace, gray horse, all broke single and double, was considered in doubt. Let us urge Two tracts or parcels of land on tho Mr. Geo. W. Smith, candidate for waters of Silver Creek, tho first tract the necessity of every Democrat going State Senate, has been in the city. Leslio Green, James Wagers and Dr good saddler, ID hands high; ono Pennington. Miss Rucker was gowned mare mule, 10 hands high, extra beginning at a atako on the N edge of to the polls and casting his vote. urging tue Democrats to be certain to most perfectly good; one vote on next Tuesday. He feels that suit, with hat intoa handsome brown hands and 1 inch high, horse mule, 15 tho county, thence S 59 W 80 feot to a match and broke to work; stake corner to Mrs. John Clark, near a People's News, printed at Bar the Demacratic ticket will be elected if Crooke was becomingly attired Miss ono The a jennet, safo in foal, cross fence and with tho fenco as it now the Democrats will only do their dutv. blue suit, with hat to match. in a bourville, the home of the thrice con Mr good one; The Smith is an active intelligent young maids of honor wore dainty white gowns heifers, seven about sixteen yearling stands S 39 2 E C 15 feet, to a stake in yearling steers, two the middle of a branch, down tho branch procurer oi asses ttaalion, says: man, sober and industrious and will victca Home oi Good Clothes, Shoes and Furnishings DEMOCRATIC PARTY. Corner Main and Second high-grad- e with white Shorthorn "It is rumored that Judge O'Reat will make a good Senator. He is a nephew bunches of sashes, and carried large yearlingpairs of good work mules,bulls, S 39 W 350 feet to a water gap on white carnations. The several ono Roberts' lino with his line up a hill S This Is the wsy to vote the in case of his election as Governor, ap- oi w . is. bmitn, and cousin or W. . and bridesmaids wore white gowns of soft, extra good Jersey milch cow, throe sows Straight Democratic 39 1 2 E 4G0 with to point the Hon. Caleb Powers as Judge Thomas J. Moberley, of this city. clinging mull, and carried pink carna and pigs, twenty slioils, weighing 100 Roberts' linefeet 40 2a stake, still to a E 40tt feet N Ticket Mrs. Mary F. Schooler and daughter. tions. The beautifnl Methodist cere- pounds each; about 250 bales cl)ver stako, another crossing of tho 17 of the Court of Appeals, to fill the vt guests last week of mony was said by Rev. Mr. Peebles of hay. Knew DBMOORATIC STATE TICKET tract and with the line of same N cancy created by his elevation to the of Chicago, were on Terms mado known on day of sale. Mrs. J. W. Zand?, Lancaster avenue Winchester and Dr. Crutchfield, pastor .39 2 E 1133 feet to the beginning, conGovernors chair. We hope this is not The following invitation has been issued: oi tne cnurch or this citv. The hannv C. S. Cottox, For UBited States Senator, taining six acres. WITH- true, as we do not believe he has Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Marcus Phelps couple left on the 5 o'clock train for Paint Lick, Kentucky. OlijkM. J a hps. Second tract adjoining first tract, beAm Boukxe, Auctioneer. requests the honor of your presence at Cincinnati. After spending a few days had sufficient oxporionce in the legal ginning at a stako on the N side of of Crittenden. the celebration of went to LIVE STOCK COMMISSION CO., There would be less ot the terrible affliction PlNNELL-McfflUUE- N county road, thence with the road S 39 profession to qualify him to so impor anniversary on the their 35th marriage in the Queen city, both couples Mr. many the afternoon of Satur- Maysville, tho future home of and For Governor, poles to a stake corner to first that comes tohusband, homes from son. exceasire W3 father or drinking ot , tant and so responsible a position day, October the twenty-eightRucker and nineteen Mrs. Combs. Misses Jambs B. Mcheakt, tract, thence with lino of samo S 39 E Orrine has restored thoussnds of men to Judging from tho influence exercised by hundred and eleven from two to six Crooko are young women of charming KANSAS CITY STOCK YARDS, 09 poles to a stako on Irvine Roberts' lives of sobriety and industry, and best of of Madison. personality and have a host of friends. all they hare made their lored ones happier. Mr. Powors in the Louisville Con von o'clock at their home Pioneer Lodge. line, thence with said line N 40 2 E 40 two forms, pill and Orrine is prtpared in Mr. Combs is bright W. B. Jones and Others For Lieutenant Governor, 0 poles to a stako on said lino corner powder; the latter form can be given secreUy. After spending a month with their young ministersono of tho manyChurch, tion, we are not at all surprised that On Petition E. of E. J. McDeemott, when coma box to Green B. Million's 15 tract, Only costs $1.00 amount a a triflewonld spend Quotes prices of stock and feeding cattle as follows: father, C. H. Maupin and family, H. and has a bright the M. boforo him. such a deal may have been made." future man Under and by virtue of a judgment and thencs N 39 2 S 70 poles on tho N side pared with the P. and J. O. Maupin left Sunday, 29lh. Mr. ef Jefferson. Green is an excellent man and a order of sale, rendered at for drink in a day. We have sold OROxe of the most interesting political for their homo at Vorrigo Park, N. M. most successful Madison County farmer. 'lerm or tno Madison Circuitthe October of the road, thence S 35 1 2, thence RINE for years, and will gladly tell you Good to choice fleshy steers, 1150 to 1300 lbs $5.50 S6 50 For State Treasurer, Court, in 49 2 W 20 poles to the beginning, con- all about it. Come in and get a free Thoy childhood electioneering documents issued this Estill visited their were given homo in The well wishes of the Climax go with tho above styled action, tho undersigned taining seventeen and one half acres. Good to choice stock steers, 350 to 1000 lbs. ji 5.70 5.25 booklet. Thomas G. Rhea, County, and a recep- Mr. and Mrs. Combs and with Mr. and year is a statement issued by Auditor tion at their cousin's, the Master Commissioner of said Court, will Good to choice yearling steers Said land will ba so'd on a credit of . 5.50 late Capt. Mrs. Crooke in their "new world to of Logan. PERRY'S DRUG STORE be" on James, and being printed by all the James A. Moores, where they met a lot six months timo, the purchaser Good to choice steer calves, 7 to 10 months ofd . 6.00 5.25 w For Auditor, being (required to executo bond with Republican organs, that tho present Re of old friends Also, visited their Good to choico heifer calves, 7 to 10 months old 5.00 5.65 . Ferrill & Gott Division Fence. Nov. 18, '1 1, approved security, having tho force and Hbxkt Boswobth, publican administration has collected grandfather's old home and the graves Good to choice 1 and 2 year old heifers . S.S0 4.S5 olfect of a judgment, with lien retained of their grandparents, the late Capt. of Fayette. In deciding a caso last week the Court something more than a million dollars John Wilson and wife. Soft Drinks of all kinds. Tho best on tho premises at 10 o'clock a. m., soil until all purchase money is paid. Good to choico stock cows, 8 to 5 years old... 3.85 115 For Attorney General, of Appeals said: "Where a fence has Kansas City, Mo., October 27. 1011. lunch stand in the City of Richmond. to the highest bidder at public auction, 20 3t during its term than the Democrats did H. C, Rice, M. C. M. O. C. A Delightful mooting of tho Cecilian At No. 141 First street. the following described tract of land: Jambs Gaiixett, been recognized by the parties as the diin a like time during their last adminis Club was hold with Mrs. B. L. n 20-Give thom a call. of Adair. vision line between their lands, each Situated on tho waters of Silver Crook on Tuesday afternoon, Oct. 21 ih. irauoo. ii siriKcs us mat tins is one in Madison county, Ky., on tho Manolos holding, claiming, cultivating and congood and sufficient reason why the Dem A most enjoyable and well selected For Secretary of Slate, turnpike, about 10 miles from Richmond Burton Roberts, Administrator. Plaint trolling the Government Appointment O. F. OuECELIOUS, land up to tho fence on his oorats should be returned to power. If program of dance music, interspersed and 3 miles from Paint Lick, owned and iff, vs. Annie Roberts, Etc., A TRIANINQ SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS with papers and talks on side for more than fifteen years, tho The Madison National Bank of this occupied by W. B. Jones for the last 30 Mr. James had been.able to show whore bands and band master dance forms, of Pendleton. was given by city has been appoinrcd U. S. Deposi- years, containing 235 2 acros' acres, Under and by virtue of a judgment fenco will be treated as the division his party had collected less taxes and Misses Katherine Walker, Julia s, For Superintendent of Public Intory for Postal Savings Deposit Funds more or less, fully described in the judg- and order of sale, rendered at the Octo- line between the parties, although it given better government, it might have Mar$ D. Pickets, Emma Watts for Madison county. fllTDCrC Preparatory, State Certiri struction ment in this case to which roferonco is ber term of the Madison Circuit Court may not be LUUIi3ri3 oato, Lifo Diploma, County aud Ilollen Bennett, Misses Issie in fact the true line dividsome claim to endorsement. This ad Baeesdale Haulett, in the abovo styled action, the under particularly made. Million, Ray Million and Harriet Par-risCertificate, Review, Special ing the land." dltional million had to come out of the Master For Jailer. of Christian. from the Mary Patlie Club, gave ,This farm is ono of the best In Madi- signedwill, on Commissioner of said court pockets of the taxpayers, and it scorns soveral beautiful numbers, after which NEXT SESSION BEGINS N0Y. 20 "I am pleased to recommend ChamFor Commissioner of Agriculture, Squire N. Cotton, Jr., of Red House, son county, well improved and in good to us to be little to brag about Carlisle delightful refreshments were served announces as a candidate for Jailer of condition, and in ono of tho best neighCough Remedy as the best 16 berlain'sknow of and J. W. Newjcas, in the hostess always cheerful manner. TUITION FREE TO APPOINTEES thing I Mercury. safest remedy for Madison county, subject to tho action borhoods in ttio county. It 1ms a good of Woodford. coughs, colds and bronchial trouble." VERY LOW. ASK ABOUT IT. Miss Lillian Cobb of Richmond is the of the Democratic party. For many residence of 8 rooms, tobacco barn and ARTISTIC EXPENSES writes Mrs. D. B. Arnold Mr. Desha Bkeokikeidse says in the guest of Miss Norma Elmore Miss years he lived near Kirksville, where stock barn and outbuildings and two pn For Clerk of Court of Appals, CATALOGUE FREE the premises, between tho hours of 10 Colo. "We have used it of Denver, good tenant houses and four never failrepeatedly Lexington Herald that be had it from Minnie Gulley has. been in Richmond he had hosts of friends. Since he has ing R.L. Gbbeke, o'clock and 11 o'clock a. m., sell to the pools Address G. CRABBE, President, Richmond, Ky. Mrs. resided at Red House his manner o ISO acres and good pond upon it. It has highest bidder at public auotion, the and it has never failed to givo relief." good authority that Jucjge O'Rear had for a short visit to relatives of Franklin. For sale by Stockton & Son. in grass and balance in cultilife has madohim many frieeds who promised Judge Bristow that if he Annie Stagner of Richmond has been a espoused the interest of people who will vation. It adjoins tho land of Thompson following described property: will recent visitor of Mrs. Jack Adams. Beginning at a post lino Lena .S'Rkab, what's the use; we will let would run for Lieutenant Governor he. Misses Edna and Naomi Ballew of hail with delight hiscandidacy. Hero S. Burnam and tho Duerson hoirs and tjoy and cornor to Mrs. to Mrs.Farris Ada Democrat and a most esti- Park Anderson. O Rear, would bo away from his office Richmond are visiting &tto pass out quietly. the Misses is thonco line to samo N 8 E 20.C0 chains TERMS Said land will bo sold on .a to a stake, thenco S 82 E 1 chain to a enough, if elected Governor, so that Francis Misses Bessie Brown of Mad- mable citizen. ison Female Institute was --at homo for credit of six, twelve and eighteen stako, N 82 E 75 chains to a stake In to the Bristow's salary would be equal to SavATOR McOeabt is coming-ithat days with her parents The Right Kidney- - Medicine. months. Tho purchSsor will be.requir-e- d line to Abncr Long and corner to Farris. home-stretc- h full of confidence fcr the of the Secretary of State. That it was a stay of several o. urown. w. A to execute bond with approved seair. anu Airs. it. lino to N 73 State ticket, and requests the in this way that Bristow was induced to Arnold left Wednesday to be airs. entire J. E. Parker, 2021 No. 10th St., Ft. curity, payable to tho Commissioner, thence chains Long and Crow corner to present at Y l.i to a stake, a Democrats to t;o early to the polls Tues become a candidate for Lieutenant Gov the" double wedding of Rev. G. R. Smith, Ark., says that he had iaken bearing 0 per cent interest from date of Crow N 15 W 10.20 chains to a stake in Miss SalTie Rucker. ai d many kinds of kidney medicine, but paid, and. a lien retained on hillside corner to samo. thenco S 49 W day next and vote under the rooster. ernor, as ho wanted to run for Secretary Combs and Green and Miss Margaret did not get better until ho took Foley sale until to Mr. John land sold have tho forco and effect of Kidney Pill's. No matter how long a iieplevin Uond. Tho purchaser will 20 chains to a stako in a drain corner to C. Fife and Democrats, don't get it into your oibtale. The Lexington Herald calls Crook which was at the Methodist you have had kidney trouble, to Dower, nor at bo required to pay $350 cash at timo of wim uower & in line chains to athence in Richmond. Mrs. Arnold .su a head thnt the State ticket will win on Judge O'Rear and Judge Bristow to churchthen go to will her new homo in what stago of tho diseaso your case sale, to be credited on first sale bond or in a drain, thence o is E 350 chainsstake 10 to a whether you vote or not. It Is certain answer whether this information is cor London. Lancaster Record. may bo, you will find quick and per- he can pay all of the first sale bond in large , walnut, thence S 5 W 3 chains to manent benefit by tho use of Foley cash if desired. to be defeated if you stay at home and rect and offers the use of its columns to a stako in lino to same and corner to One of the most pleasant social events Kidney Pills. They also regulate the ' H. C. RICE, M. C. M. C. C. depend on your neighbor to- - elect the either ef these gentlemen to make said Coy, thenco lino to samo S 70 of last week was that given by the action of the urinary organs. Start statement Elizabethtown News. 1S95 chains to the beginning, containing tiokot. members of tho C. W. B. M. to tho taking them now. For eale by Stockton 51.33 acres. ladies of the Christian church, at tho & Son. W e wish to remind all good people At tho samo timo and nlaco wo will "Said land will bo sold on a credit of vote never won a Tmt homo of Mrs. N. B. Deatherago on sell at nublic auction, thn fnllnwlni. nor. six and twelve months time, tho pur the day second street xnursdav afternoon. TRADE victory for any party, so. Democrats, see that next Tuesday would-b- e MORAL Joan of Arc sonal property consisting of chaser being required" to execute sale that your neighbor goes to the polls upon which the destiny of Kentucky The spacious parlors, hall and dinning o horses; 4 payable to tho rooms were neauuiuiy uecorated with For the past two weeks our store has been filled to overflowing with c&stomers buying was the only woman on earth milch nead ot sows and work mules: 3 bonds, approved security, Commissioner. cows; 5 pigs: 20 slock with Tuesday next and casts his ballot and will be decided. We can rdahlias and potted plants. issring o per Mcsdames hogs; about 150 barrols of corn in field; com inioresi irom day oi salo, wltti lion not tail to beleive that all good and new and soasonable merchandise at prices remarkably low; We thus assist in giving the State ticket the able to resist a bargain adver- - household and kitchen N. B. Dcatherage, R. E. Geo. havehaH more busifurniture and retained on property sold, to have the true Democrats are wide awake to that Simmons. Jerre Noland, Turlev. Misses t largest majority in years. and ness than we could handle, and feel that it is wrong and unfair to our customers to tisement and she's dead. If farming imploments. iorco and euect or a judgment, until all fact. We consider it a shame that Bessie Turley, and Pattie Deatherage ThllMb All sums under $10 cash: tne close our sale at the time previously advertised, and, The Republicans of Madison county Eentuckky should be predominated by received tho guest most cordially. you've got a bargain in some- over that amount purchaser will be re 20-- purcuaso money is paid. M. 0. H: C. Rick, M. 0. 0. Mrs. Jno. Arnold, president of tho C. are making a gum shoe canvas in the the element thst it is, at this time. quired to execute note wnli approved sething, advertise it to the wom- curity, due and payable Jan. 1, 1912. B. M. had interest of their party in this county. The idea that this proud and matchless W. interesting previsouly arranged a most and entertaining pro en folks in this paper. and the Democrats will necessarily have state should be presided over by gram of music, violin, piano and song. M. F & W. B. JONE5 to get busy to carry Madison for Mc Republicans, is something that wc at and talks on missionary subjects, after wnicn coiico and sandwttch were serv Oreary and Representative Herrington. tribute to a mere chance, rather than If not sold before that date, I will, on ed. It was a happy idea we will continue this bargain harvest for the benefit belief that it is best for her citizens. Arnold in thus bringing the of Mrs. of our good friends in, Madisoj church Evebtthikg is in excellent condition Gov. 9, McCreary, whose whole lifetime people together and telling them of the who waited patiently for hour after hour aud never could get and decidedly in favor of the DemoJ has been devoted to the advancement grand work that the O. W. B. M. to buy whattihey wanted. critic party, and, as we go into the of doctrines that are good aye, the women were doing. Lets us have more as Exenutnr- nf Mnrv W Ailnmc n(Tntv .i homestretch, let every Democrat re very best for the people, is unwilling church socials. uuaf unci publio sale, on the a promises, tho farm solve to go arly to the polls and cast to yield tne control oi her dynasty to a In the presence of tho families of the ti-v-"- i upon wiucn v. r . iuiams, sr., resided his vote, placing the stencil under the set of lordlings that are in it only for contracting parties Mr. Cocil R. Thrope at the time of his death, lying three their own advantage. Although, for and Miss Cecie B Million wero united rooster. miles south of Waco, two mllos nnrih many years, he has worn the toga of m marriage Wednesday afternoon, at and so was this sale and so great: was tho crv for bargains that we have of Brassfiold,- adjoining tho lands of . t. given opposi battle, he has done so. only by the one o'clock, at the home of the bride's .S I I - TT O The Republicans have airs, ousiu xusie, iwarjt mce and Jesso been forced to send duplicate orders for more new goods, and they are wishes of hosts of people, that plainly parents, Mr. and Mrs B. B. Million, on Cobb, and cont.ifnintr 1A iirni An tun tion to candidates for Representative here and ready see mm oniy mat, wnicu is unselfish W est Main street, the ceremony being for the thousands who are waiting for them. place is a fairly good weather boarded over the State with a view of bringing and in that, which is best for his coastitu perioruiou oy ivav. r. a. names, or tne log house, one of tho best springs of out the entire party vote, and it be eats. He is a hero: a man that fears unrisiian cuurcn. Asme jtrom the never-failin- g water io, Kentucky right This is not a Loom-En- d Sale, bvt a Money-Savin- g to see to it that no enemy, however wily ho mav be members of the immediate families Opportunity to buy new and hooves the Democrats n nn ul luh uuur. ii r.mnnnifi iinttrni-m- r just idu irue to uis pari v. ne is only a few special friends were witnesses every Democratic voter, not only in merchandise at MAN LTPACTURER'S FIRST COST. This-iyoung orchard of assorted fruit trees of acknowledged by his foes, as a man on tne nappy occasion, among them the. first time a Madison county, but throughout the that eaa be and is trusted. We hayo no being Mrs. Dr. Grant, nee Miss tiuuub lull aurus. sale oWhis.kind was ever put on in Kichmond and, aswe were the proverbial Tho farm Is enclosed in good fence. "Early State, records bis vote in the election iew dui mat oov. jacureary will sweep Florence Rayburn, of Louisville. - Tho There ara two irnml lumt nn im Bird, the last two weeks hava been the biggest in the history of the grand old Kentuoky with amaioritv bride wore a traveling suit of gray, and Tuesday next. ourbusiness place and a never-failin- g well of .water mat win appeal to au wtio Know him never presented a more beautiful ap.i t In Ilia Koi-...t.l. pearance than on this occasion. Sht is as the savior of his Democrats, take warning from prev same time, it is apeople, but. at the an accomplished musician, ments. fast, that his op . and having . . r As Executor of P. F. Adams, Sr I '. .ious contests and guard against going ponents are men, witenoiieveinvtcterv. aiuuieu a, iiieumo, is regarded a per" will also offer for salo a small place of to the psllc too confident of success. If bo matter what, k may cost. We former equal to those of mature vears. two acres, upon which there is a house election day sbonld be sold and rainy. urgently request all people of Madison. She is a graduate of Hardin College. and all necessary outbuildings. At the speeiaily. but of all the counties in the Mexico, Mo., and her 'efficiency in k Ae t&kg-roe- a or th plor e Riyo yTM Jutt tight &tt it met efee for the feast is; prepwed, and you must seize vour opportunity to save, the Dataeer&ts will lose a large number state, to King aside tho cares of a day. music 19 wonderful. same time and place I will also offer a money. 1pIt Is the and go to the pells and record their lighttulto hear her warble hlcMv votes over the whole State, ef pair of well broke mules and that piece good brood maro with the, eleventh a Domoofato are set seflr so anxious to veto for a man who is a man; a man. -4c. narmonious Wlta tier "littlo frrav -3colt by her side. can v4e as the RopnhHeMf. Let tkls elee-- ' to wbea the mildestno come and be Bonnet and suit of gray." Her lave for Terms mado known on diy of sale. matter to . wWJ nersister, lit Hie Leo, is lobe emulated. Koa fee am accptWaa, Democrats, and well ussurea. that,Sale to begin promptly at 10 o'clock. 's For Thirty Yews u sure le . otnj uviuuf, (ny jt rKh t.- -i Amrm e- ef Mttsfeetieu H etfewlove Mi Me two sisters bear forMch www jiBHt mm iMftrd O. RlTmrov Ant vc a SUiuUrd Oil Company wWf wt " a k btttiful and is the adsalr- GrMat Stof. mmm is ylasnt Executor of Mary W. Adams and P. f. -atie of alii Mr. Throne is a son of I .... i M i Our Story in a Nut Shell CYRUS TOWNSEND BRADY THE ISLAND OF REGENERATION WE ARE 'HEADQUARTERS FOR Tailored and Fancy Waists it and other good Z AA 5tandard, Norwood, Paragon, Cleveland, The machines at very good. We are also headquarters for desired your credit Easy payments your sewing machine repairs and bobbins, shuttles, belts, Sewing Machines frt F- f Latest Novelties Etc Neckwear, "Smart 5et"5ilk Petticoats Mannish Novelties Woolen Goods Suits Newest Designs 5ilks and Dresses W- HIGGINS C Commissioner's Sale. re -- A- OWBNMcKEE IN THIS PAPE3 The Roya Satisfactory Store and Winter Wearing Thursday, November 16, mi, The Richmond Climax. Richmond's Greatest Men's Clothing Store Not PUBLIC SALE. but high value the price November by-hu-go Commissioner's Sale. Thursday, November 16, J9JJ, Young yourself, you are sure you believe of yourself, you honest feel and intend know that you are doing your very best, then the you open arms Whatever your this belief there room at the top to accomplish the most be dressed. Next to strength, character the biggest asset a man's possession. many years we have taken a keen interest the highest consideration to the points of excellence, and superiority, style, material and workmanship garments. the see and to wear our garments you better derstand the justice of our jhey may be comprehended an inspection oi our and Winter styles Suits and Overcoats An extraordinary showing of thousands of splendid 5uitsandOAercoatsatJ12,$15, $18, $20 and $25 ycx-tr- J. 1-- If Many a Me W. O. PARK", About Orrine Commissioner's Sale 8-- 1-- Saturday, -- Mid-deho- Commissioner's Sale. -- Hig-gin- tate J. r h, Thursday, November 1911, Normal 3-- 4 TO BE CONTINUED Everybody a Chance. 2 M0RE WEEKS Oldham's Stupendous Bargain Feast So As to Give star-at-ho- -- PUBLIC SALE. FOR TWO MORE WEEKS Thursday, November 1911, NEW GOODS HAVE COME IN far-reachi- up-to-no- w The Famous J5citLamp s 1 T ... COME ONE COME ALL "V u Best Calico (on bolt) 4c. Rieh-mood- Hope Bleach Cotton 7 wf I W. D. OLDHAM & CO. WMVVMIBI Wtien You home more .comfortable. It is difficult for most of us to buy large quantities, of bouse furnishings at one time You will Wsurprissd, though, how rapidly j'our home boeom as, attractive with now things, if j'ou follow this plan of adding something new every . Ald something eaGh year that wjll r MOST REMARKABLE COLLECTION OF make-you- r f spring. Try It A Splendid Stock of New Up-to-Date if Haaaanan V BROUGHT TO RICHMOND EVER llla ments; we searched the entire market and selected only the strongest values; and the result is a collection of Overcoats away superior to any ever shown in Richmond. The collection eontains Overcoats of every kind Conservative coa'ts with velvet collars or with plain cloth collars; coats with the new Presto and other convertible collars;" long coats and medium coats and short coatSjiin all weights and styles and kinds. In justice to yourselt you must see this collection beiore" : you "make your selection. Read on Furniture, Mattings and Rugs Ready for your selection now. We set out determined to outdo all former efforts in the Overcoat line. We bought larger stocks and more varied assortfar. and BENNETT and UNDER your H GG I H S AKING J mmmi Next Monday will be county" court now your subscription. Overcoats at $8.00 to $1 0.00 If you want a good looking serviceable coat at a small price, Ladies shoes original price $3 00 here's your chance. Cut full and roomy all over, full length and Bargain Counter price $1.00. weight. Neat tan and gray and brown effects. Unusual values If yen are suffertafr from Eczema. Kico & Arnold. kind or r2cr,ais drop any otlfcer store of sMb for Inte our at $8.00, $8.50 and $10.00. if. t Next Tuesday will be election day relief. We will guarantee you and all will be glad when wo can lay Etnp that Itch In two seconds. ti .jr trial ltettle will prove it aside politic and get down to business. ,e have sold ether rentedtaa for ttvuMeg, but none r' n 'mend mm alsM' that we oouli Even if these few linos should be tUaa the well rc roiTi pound of Oil of Winter-Thym- ol advertising something you iiad to sell. -c ami a. few other otners would road them as you are now have wrought sue wen-- c. doing. - mfs thatall over the oooBtrr. i ci'res - s compound, known as TJ. p. p. ---- iption. r will eoel ana heal the It is certainly to your detriment if you v burning skin as nethtBK-el- ee de net get samples and prices at this c Get a reeutar bottle and see on office when high-clas- s printing is y oner, Our finest coats, ane nothing but choicest material and superElegant is theword that fittingly describes these coats. Hand ST00KT0N & SON ior workmanship enters into their construction. The fabrics are in every essential detail, they fit and retain their shape ballets for Madison county are The tailored fine Tweeds, Cheviots, Scotches and Chinchillas, some are extra new in the hands of The Climax work-- perfectly. Rich fabrics in a wide range of attractive patterns, as Wanted. ing force and will be delivered to weight for men who want extra warmth. Sizes are graded ac- on subscription num. Call Satnr- - County Clerk Terrill this week. well as the plainer blacks and grays. Stores that do not coniine cording to the Kenton Scientific System, which insures a perfect c emng or Monday moraheg. would ask from five to ten dollars more themselvas to One Price Dr. II. G. Sandlin lias purchased the J. B. StOTHBR, residence of Morgan Brans, on Second fit for every man. for such coats. r Cliwax Office. street, and will move into same as soon I r,mlKrlain's Steaaoh and Liver as some additions and changes can be CLOTHING VAULES are mighty hard to judge, and for that reason you'll find it safest to trade in a store that has but one price Ts du not tiekea lr gripe, and may made taken witk perfect safety by the remained in the The tobacco that ndehcate woman or the youngest geld uncut has been mowed down by r ' The old and feeble will alto fted Jack frost.' . Four heavy frosts and ice n a most suitable i einedy for aiding last week have put an end to garden tren?theaie their weakened produce for this season. , -: on and for rafttkuiog the bowels. An addition is being made to RichI sa.e by Stockton A feo. mond Hotel near L. & N. depot which will not only give more room to that A5orreI Horse. hostelry but will add greatly to the s a HMcabr of the Blue appearance of the building. Walker, 'm-Real Betate Onmpaajr, beweht Those whe have not paid their taxes a rie sorrel walking horse, at New will be called upon to pay a ponalty of I ..r!. Ky. tea per cent. This is law and if you physical director In charge, and its the religious life of the student. It Horses to Go to Australia. Notice. Fast Driving. For Rent overlooked the matter blame yourself Married. Born. recognition of this very grave and not the collector. Yesterday was Information comes from Lexington "Wild Bob" Burnam, driver of racing swimming pool with its opportusities works in Ladies' Aid Society of the Christ The IIousp and lot w Hroad way Pst- - the last day of grace. and universal tendsncy in stud at lifo Mr. Joseph N... Tharp, . at young far- . On October 18th, o the wife of James r will givo a bazaar, Decem- that Catesby Woodford and Phil T. motor cars, has bought a new "three-mile- s for fun and relaxation, is a most popular that if in these formatives yean mo XTnn:K ian church siun Jan. 1st, 1912. L. & u. U. U., was Dorn mcr or tins ciiy anu juiss uuuuiu ber 2, at tho Masonic Templo. Chi n n will ship thirty-fou- r horses to Benz racer, it is re feature of the Association. The physi-cultu- provision be made for the eorretotioa of ae-- u 7.. T. Mce. The workl base ball series is over and Blount, of the Friend, of Bybee, this county, were c lasses bave the Association Australia for sale in March. Thoy will ported. Tho purchase was made in a boy. spiritual development It the election, in a few days, will be a married Wednesday at tho home of the be pioked from tho best horsos to be Germany, and Mr. Burnam will enter Stamps, for they strive not to make the the mental and spiritual that is negHow Is This? is inevitably the matter of history. Get busy now and bride. Coughing at Night Business. found on those farms. the Georgia Beach races tbiswinter. mere splendid healthy human animal, lected. It seeks to meet the ioiuencos Forty-liv- e root for your town and county as you thousand young people will Ho will return to this country in time but to develop in each member a M Emmntt Moberlev. of Cottonburg, Means loss of sleep which is bad for have your favorite candidate for goverThe week ending Octobor 25lh, shows for tho realization that she is "the temple of destructive to the highest moral ana Smith, of Valley View, compete at prizes Wisconsin Fairs bost Warning to Hunters Posted. for tho fall races at Savannah. Ga. . 's Uc children and bant on grown me and Miss Lizzie spiritual standards that nay exist irt a 31 business failures against offered for the nor and your choice of ball teams. the living God." u the court house uea- - $10,000 in by them. were married at I lower "Sad Tar All huntors are hereby notified that I student community with dfottact con preceding week, in the United States. grain grown WorId-v7d- e Squire J. D. Dykes. g nesday by Work Among In the evening theadministratioabuild-inThe child labor htw of this. Slate slops the sough at once, relieves struotive mBaeaees and activities. The will prosecute them to the extent of the A teems with crowds of earnest girls Christian leaders ia the world aregener uc tickling and dryness in the throat which provides that there shall be no Art Needle Work Display law for trespassing or hunting on my Young Women. . Poultry Show. taking advantage of educational op- ally college men or womea. The Teachers' Association. ar.u heals the tenanted membranes. defenoe for damages by employers of Work Display begins farm from date of this notice. Baxter. The Art Noedlo Mmllsnn Gonntv's Poultry Show will The name Young Women's Chris portunities that they can probably Student Assooialkm gives a eertaii Contains no ophites and is best for children under 10 years of age, who are Silas The Madison County Teachers' Asso children and delicate persons. Itefnse injured in their manufacturing plants, take Dlace at McKeo's Hall. December ciation was held at the Waco uaptist November 1. Everything now and up- Brookstown, Ky., November 1, 191 1.3 1 tian Association is so familiar that it is secure nowhere else in the oity. Local prelimlaary traiainz to those who are " b uu lino oi Uhnstmas.novol-ties- . Coloften repeated mechanically without needs are always consulted. Thegeaer-- 1 to be the leaders in Chares substitutes. For sale by Stockton & was unhetd Wednesday oy me court oi 6,7, S. 9 and 11th. church, Saturday last. A welcome was Mrs. Maby B. Hicks, Appeals. Sun. a full understanding of its high intent al rulo is that a certain number of lege Work, in society philaathropf . v. a bidden by William: Benton, which was - and scientific methods. McKce Block. Presbyterian Synod. Rockefeller's Gifts. What is the guranteed requests will assure the Association work nseit. responded to by Miss Elizabeth Estes. In last issue of The Climax a patent Sale of Property. by Concord school were Tho Prosbytorian Synod of Kentucky fllold of this great Christan orgaDizaiion opening of any class oo any subject for In the spriag, interest a outers ,, ' advertisement got mixed up D. Rockefoller has recontly The exercises A Sad Death. medicine John Dy roi. ii. ii. met at Lexington, Saturday last. that seeks so presistently to be the which a competent teacher can be preparation for the sucsmer eoaferencr Betate Go. sold 2 with a city ordinance, and to prove mniul SflSJj.OOO conditional appro- - followed by an address The Blue Grass Real " of tho Church in all its secured. Classes in Arithmetic and to which the college seade Ms delegation on euu was buried About fifty ministers and laymen from lo uses and lots to Mrs. Lyman Parrish. that advertisements are always read n.ri.itinnf to various institutions in tno Brock, who Drougnt out poinisfollowed at Miss Gertrude Grinstead r College Hill last Saturday. Her over the State wore prosont. Many vis- efforts to reach and enlist young women? Stenography find their place along with Xineof these Conleroaeos aro eiu :n nomical education. Ho was 1 was en when inserted in this paper Mayor United mates. was on 5th St. The other by Prof. McDougle with a scholarly ad- funeral was conducted by Rov. Elder itors wero also there. Ministers of the Theanswor to this is found in these classes in sewing, cooking, etc. in different parts of the U. S. by the many Associations the Bible Study I.Tiiiion Ave. Pnee Paid for same Rice bad a letter from a gentleman facts young Kolly tho M. E. Last year dress. Dinner was then served, national Winchester oallinc his attention Resume. Waco maintained her reputation and monthsofago, she went Church. Soveral Synod filled tho pulpits of nearly all de part which havo to do with just one Classes under the inspiring leadership women Board. tans Mipeu.lw)ror ten 400. from was SI Public Schools or tno Association s "held our for to Oklahoma to nominations Sunday. were error. Certainly a boost for d to the religious days of study discussion, pMtorm United States. There 'aro today of an earnest and visit her sister, .Mrs. Alico Hadden, On account of dinthona not gaining hnsnitalitv. the Climax. A Mail Carrier's Load. in tno u. &. over ten million young work director, are tho most popular of addresses, delegattoa meetings aau iun. In tne atternoon mo exercises wore who was prostrated with fever. The hAiilwnv. and those ailllotcd, being im Speaking Monday Next. The Mission Study Classes contact is bad with trained ladies in womon, in the city, on tho farm, in all classes. schools but tho seems heavier when he has a weak There is little daneer from a cold or proved, the public schools, which were had by Boggs and Brookstown by Miss latter recovered her health, encroachAssociation char- the- Christian world, and to each Hon. James B. McCreary, Hon. J. school and college, in the department are another markedAssocilakm-sucyounger sister, yioldcd to its aud tho Waco school. Solo "..ark and Kidney trouble. Prod Doeh--r- ,. from an attack of the crip except when closed, as a saioguaru, wore as h These figures acteristic. If an claimed her. Tovis Cobb and Hon. W. B: Smith will storo and in the factory. comes a deepaiog oi Marian Noland, after which an address ments, until death Mail Carrier "St Atchison, Kas., followed bv nneumonia, and this newrj Monday, with no fear as to the results a secretary individual a girl o She was a dauchtor of Mrs. Bud Broad . rioo, ui closo tho campaign at Richmond, Mon run into yet unnumbered millions whon the one in St. renewed understanding of was made by itoi. j. l I have been bothered with liannens when chamberlain's Cough faith and foreign flekl, that country, with the essentials ef "the abttadaat We " dus. and to her as well as to tho other day next, Novomber 0, 1011, whon these wo take other nations into our thought. on a characteristic and customs of i. ..Lev and bladder trouble and had a Remedy is usea. xnw remwij ims vm Rlius nddad daily to tho Bargain State University, Lexington. its In great industrial eenters, sch as everywhere- - no matcr wher the A spelling contest was men muuigeu numerous friends, we extend tho hand well known orators will address tho And rre pain aeross any back. Whenever its great reputation and extensive sale r. .imtorIf vou don t find them object of ' voters of Madison-countat tho Madi ever they may be found, there people, is naturally an espeoialand noon the Mill Villages of the South. ihf in oy represoniauves oi eauu ui mu of sympathy. I carried a heavy load of mail, my kid- - hv Its remarkable ouros of colds and one day you might the next Sunday Vespers fellowship interest. tho need for son county court house in this city. is Assoc iot ion is readeriag sobm of its itico 43 nmuiu. thirteen schools in this district. A prize trouble increased. Some time ago, rin and can be relied upon with lmdeveloping The sncakins will becin promptly at 1 together anu- - united effort in service. prayer meetings minister regalarily to most etfeotive service, of $2 was won by Misses Mary llutler I started taking Feioys kidney Pills and pUou oonnaeace. ror sate uy oHiiiMm Stores Broken Into. p. m., and overybody is mviteu Given this glance at the. field .what. the direct spiritual needs of young four-fol- d activities ia each case. and Margaret Tribble, both of whom A Newspaper Creed. scree lakinc them I have gotten en- - &Son. womon. More and more Associations of Mr. John Albill, o clock The eeneral store tnon, aro mo purposes anu aims or mis to bo present. wero representatives of Boggs school, ' -- e ,v rid of all my kidney tronWe ar.d of the Association The country Christian Association of Women. The are realizing that their greatest op presents a fieldwork eompellMg iateres1 Tn nrint nothine of a man which wo taught by Kavanaugh Broaddus. Tho near L. & N. depot, was entered Wed- The1 Republican State Inspt otor pays I sm as sound new as ever." Foley of local Association may be taken as a portunity for service lies with .the cirl and opportunity, rrooawy six or seven with a good efuciency of tlie would not say to ms lace; to print. entire program K.lnev Pills are tonic in act ton and t.ih trihnre to the an entrance by DreaKing a glass in mo me Oliver weuuillg Eeu; Alt; concrete illustrttion of which we find who finds herself obliged to earn hor to look time and a largo crowd. ... UUI.l.U. nr n mnn in malice:' or girls and yoaag women are nick in results. Try them. For sale Normal schools, created undor uio suh- - ...uinir v. iront uoor. Jir. uiay ivuauis, wno tho purpose is to advance tho phsical. living. In factories, stores or laun- millions MISS UOODISOT, responsi well aud think twice bolore consigning v Stockton & Son. districts. Ringing. ivan act The Democrats arc clerks for Mr Azbill and sleeps in tho social, intellectual and spiritual interest dries tho Association may take advan living iQfSmall towns or rural insoiai ion Miss Edwards, progress iven- - a suspect to the ruin or printor s ihk; ble for the educational rear of tho store room, heard a noiso At the old homo place where thoir of young women. The Association tage of the faot that this very craapin: Here is met tne prootem ot a tuoky has mado. and a fresh impetus to respect me oiu anu umeuu wo vito...Mbs.iTiurdle, pains in the side or chest aVua Chur and on investigation recognized Wm. crandfathor lived on the Ottor Crook maintains that every girl, irrespective together gives rise to a great influenee with all its dreadful influences. eppor piay, Committee. ee of flanel ins n mment and hind with Chambthe seat Fill lm ivnn to tho ouuso when ilc- - nnA inatnlv. at work ana atgoou i uayIssacs. a white boy of this city, at the pike, on Saturday, uoiooer 33, iuu. of enviromcnl or social position, needs ror good or evil. Ulubs and classes and ohes are difficult of access, and mo en ever time and n.gnmmo, to oe it i Creary is elected Governor. There will for social or religious tunilies for ooeaiBg together ia a socia. Shoes just a little out of date W. L. door. Whon Issacs discovered Adams from thel hours of 2 p.m. to 0 p. m. was holp and that every cirl can clve help. For be more sonoots, ana oewor oiibb, mum girls and square with the boys, for c pa id. There is nothing belter. SJ.5U. he mado a hasty retreat. Later in tho celebrated the silvor wedding of Mr. It merely provides tho opportunity for purposes earry the eood tilings of the way are rew. The privilege ot we Ase by Stockton &Sea. more hath it not een written "Of such is tho Douglas brand Original price a lAarttinrs and more miDils. and sociation is to reaeh these girls ia niirht the store room was entered and a anb Mrs. S. M. Phelps. About 100 peo-- this mutual service. Broadly speak Association to these young women. Bargain Counter price i.ou. kingdom of hoaven! helping ot money to pay expenses. Quantity of shoes and other wearing ap plo were present and happiness seemed ing. thero are four types of Association In many instances summer homes and terms to their own environment, become Big Sales. help themselves and "T .inn't believe there is any other parel was taken. On tho samo night to possess tho hear is of every ono pres City, Student, Industrial and Country. camps aro being mamtaineu to meet them Hugh Riddell, of Irvine, was in Hon. forces in their own comWhat About These? burirlars entered the srocory store of ent. A delightful luncneon was served medicine so eood for whoopidg co'ugh as Lone Tom OhenanK has returned the city Friday. Mr. Riddellwas Tho City Association projects many the need of a pleasant place for an out active social November 4 and 3 there munities. On Remedy." writes f t m Florida, where he went in the inter The American cats 175 pounds of Thos. Hurst and got away with a num under tho direction ot Miss Margaret forms of work which may be grouped ing, with moderate beard and a reason is to be held a student conference of nc n nraftmble candidate for the nimherliins Couch Vk Pmnnis Turnin. Junction, uuy meat a year, the Englishman ninety bcr of small articles and S3. 00 in money Phelps, than whom thero is no fairer in a general way under the fourfold ably short journey. of V. R. Letcher, hi the sale of auto- 5tA SaniLtn in the Twenty ninth-Sethe Association the program ef whictn mobiles He sold about 1C0, at prices lorial District, but deolined to make Ore. This remedy s also unsurpaaeu pounds, tho Frenchman sixty pounds, A warrant was sworn out against Isaacs ladv and more ablo dispensor of tho association objects. The work is car will afford opportunity for meeting Thursday moraine: but an attempt to eood things of life, and Mrs. Pholps' ried on from two centers, tho Boarding TIIE 3TUDSST AS30CIATIOK 'anjing from $309. to 88500 each. He the race on account of pressing businoss for colds and croup. For sale by Stock tho German and Italian fifty-fiv- e leaders of this work in this seetion o serve the papers proved futile as ho had sister. Mrs. Walton, to whom tho bless Home and tho Central Adminintration ; s Jacksonville is a most beautiful at this time. Mr. Hidden is very popu ton & son. poundsfjeach. South and learning more in detail of Homes W. R. Letcher, formerly of ihis lo- - xvith b wide circle of friondsraud Tv In all its ferms-l- n the larso State the activities here. Tho fly lays four times a summer-eig- hty taken an early morninsr train, ostensibly ings of married mo have added tneir Building. Tho Association for Lexington. Isaacs was recently charm. Their homo was beautifully receivo in number from six to two University ot smaller college, the Its New Grocery and Meat eggs at a lime. t nee. is head man for the Miller-Auldoubt, could have received tho no Frankfort decorated with aOtumn loaves and hundred add fifty boarders, but all the rivate preparatory school, Uio Indian tho from te doing well in The general public is invited and m A..)e Co. and Edison says a neaiiny person siiouiu releasod inaiuui had he nermittcu his name Market was adapted to tho onjoy- - homo ideal is established. One girl ehool or the colored sahool-- is an urged to attend any aad aH ef these He steoned at Seminole to go before the convention. be able to fall asleep anywhere in thirty penitentiary, where he sorved a year's evervthinc .. 'usiness. . C burglary com mont oi. nil present. mi Hotel, which he preBOunoes 'Grand.' across the country to inevitable and voluntary outgrowth of meetings. J.no unuo oi traveled half-wa- y Mr. Thomas "Wilcox has rented the seconds. This should convulse office sentence on a chariro of is years ago was charmingly nnrimr the nest two months The E. Borrv store room, on corner oi iiai-li- e boys, who can easily do the trick in ten mitted in this city. Isaacs who a son of twenty-fiv- e iiuui is a hard gowned in whilo satin, aiul looked "as lattu soriuua having onlyireaiuicui. of this city, James Isaacs, hue Knt from its oftice a ureal specialist, tho address of You Ought to Knov. Irvine and Orange streets, and will seconds. was of onoiianow crocery and meat market youns as. she used to bo." . .inoi r tni wnrk. some of which A good time nearly always costs more working, Industrious citizen. the Association Homo and the letter of . n F ollowing is a list of the Judges of tho printing art tiiinin innth of November. Mr. Wilcox than it is worth. was as happy as no wasiwoniy-uv- o introduction from hor home doctor. Mip Sapreme Court of the United States ti.o WMiMt class in T. Griggs'. years ago, and mot an ms irienus wun My mother said she should not worry work urM install a new stock ot gooas ana some of our Sale at Lucien Fathers may be divided into two ,33 - aies. with their salaries: Justice. A gentlemrn on seeing evidently the will carry a complete line of every classes thoso who think baseball is it was C. L. Searcy and William Bonton, that Happy stnuo wnion oaae mom wel about me for sho knew I would find Luward Douglas White, Louisana, .nr,io.l ofthat s grocery. foolishness and those who believe thoir executors, and R. M. R. Howland, clerk. come. some New York ofuec thing to bo found in a friends hero . was the creeling to the product Associate Justices: salary $13,000. superintendent who ro- d Everv five yearsjsinco thoir marriage the patronage ot au wno sons should bo playing- - in the major aitor a vn. w Julm M. Harlan, Kentucky; Joseph R. liowevor, trni tmnvinccd that" we were no solicits goods at right prices. The safo of tho stock and household this happy couple havo colebratod thoir coivedher. And thus it is mado possi leagues. Ame no desire good took place at T. I.annar, Georgia; Horace A. Lurton, tho way that is most ble for young girls to travel alone. to handle a higher class of work While women will toll you tney are goods of Lucien of Griggs the deceased, near anniversary in Tennessee: Joseph MaKenna, California; preparedusually undertaken in a printing to all and Is prescribed by cus visiting all.of our own principal cities firm believers in marrying for love, you the residenco To Knox County. than is Massachusetts; Waco. Thursday Last. Mr. Jesse Cobb, tom. O:er W. Holmes,Ohio; Charles E. office In a town of soven thousand souls. thoy say of a bride and those of other nations, and to find Wii.iam R. Day, Judge James Benton received a tel will observe that May tho happy oouplo live to cele evorywhoro protection and friendship whohasaich husband that she nas auctioneer. Hnghes, New York; Willis Van Devon-c- r. egram Saturuay iroin uuveruur ii goods, harness, plows, brate thoir dlamoud wedding was tno and rcaj homo lifo. Tho household Travolers Aid done well." To Cost 581394. Wyoming. Salary, 312,500 each. son designating him fof special judge A man with a lot of bills outstanding scythes and general household anuiarm wish of all present who badb them Work forms and increasing important or a in a special term oi ine ivnox vjiruun. that he can t collect isn't a lirm do- - ini imnlnmpnts sold at frood Prices God speed. lino of work for tho Association. The contract for the erection has Court, which began yesterday at Lost Two thirds of the price on our Tho forenoon was thus occupied in tiff Depot matrons or a station deaconess tho power of suggestion. L'a'gain Counter Shoes. Yours for the rnvommont building at Winchester cost Tho term will be taken liever in up-to-dat- e implements, etc. sale of farming aro on hand in many places wnoso The building will I been awarded. Cikmg up with equity business exaiusivoiy, work it is to bring forward on their Crops and Live Stock. The sale of the afternoon was com $81,394, exclusive of the site. &, Arnold. Rice n,i envnrat verv tmnortant cases are sell iourney those who are helpless and mencod by disposing of tho farm, or set for trial. The appointment of Corn cutting is about over. Tho farms, which were divided into four dinexpcrienced. Tno Addresses oi As Judsre Benton at sucn an important yield of. . corn is absolutely the worst visions. The lands were sold d sociation homes hunx in tho waiting . .i wn.c mrm attest his . standing with the that couiu .nave .oeen gruwu uu Mn,,i. cash and the remainder was divided rooms aro silent but valuable sugges rhior Kreeutivo of the Slate, who re-- men will havo to buy heavy tnrougn into payments of six and twolve months. tions to many ignorant travelers unex Well Known "Next-to-Ki- n cognizes him as one of the ablest jurists the brokers. Whilo a few fields show pectedly stranded in a strange ciiy Tract No. 1 consisted of tho residenco Winchester temocrai. in the state oars, most of them will produce good anP knowintr no place of safety for the eiehtv-eich- t acres of and one-haAgency in Pittsburg Is DUL nUDDins. fiDOiuw iiiuiK and nnthlns? night. Many a clt Association nnos me S07 per acre, hav Up M6)ey causing mush loss to the farmers land, which broucht by Harvey Douglas Civil Service Examination Looking that is lunch and noon rest Hour tne mosi tho rainy weamer nas ing been purchased favorablo time for becoming acquanted A special examination is to be held at is tho fact that and EstatesThat ears which have been in for K. U. uovingion. with thoso whom it would meet and tho Dostoffice building by the Local caused the some time to rot, wnne Tract No. 2 contained 231 acres and help. "This half hour's rost evers day Board of Examiners. November 11 in the shock for also decaying, and some brought $32 per acre, Mrs. Griggs being Have Been is fust saved mo from an utter break ellcibles from whom to the fodder have shucked out and the purchaser. The Left. n lomnnmrv nositions as storekeeper- of the farmers down , exclaimed ono wno nau no sum. h mile Tract No. 3. lvintr corn beiore it was goou holidays to reliove he daily toll. cuager at a salary of $4 per day. These housed their making an effort to savo east of Waco, was bought by John Tn an effort Xo traco hoirs who, un mer Tho cvmnasium. witn its trameu nn.it.innft arc to be filled for atlcast six and hard thus known to themselves, aro in positions to total ruin. Fodder win not do Rmm at $17.30 per acre. months, and are within tho Eighth In it from Tract No. 4. lylnsr one milo north of claim fortunes In foreign lands and mis as good as was expected. restrict of Kentucky. sold at viaim containing uj mo nnn pood mine larmcrs ntg m inrnrmniion in rccaraio mis excellent start-- that rye nave wheat, Waco, per acre andten acres, was by Doc nnimtrv. hastho oldinternational "noxt-to- established an was bought gio.25 Agency and I examination may bo secured by apply which were sown early, have secured. I Dcatherage. kin" oftico at PitUbunr. la,. and is pro UrP. Adams, ing to pared to trace claims to roroign esiates. fields the grazing Is HORSES AND HOLES. Jesse Cobb Tandy. Eads I. B. Walker Secretary of tho Local Beard of Exam Inmost of these stock can bo run on not generally known, thero rsconroBATED. now excellent and I On mare mule. Sam Hisol. $141; 1 Whilo It Is mors, at the rosioiuce easily until the first or tne year, pair of mules, Austin House, $50; 1 are many Tortunes awaiting Americanthem WAREHOUSE CO. sewith anything like an open winter. hnrsn mulo. Jacob Collins. $C7: 1 horso claimants, according to the (lata SUCCESSOR TO RICHMOND TOBACCO niiriui hv this asrencv. A Household Medicine. grass Is also good and mere is an Fall James Grisrcs. $30: 1 horso mule, To aid in the work, mo agency nas Wants to sell your tobacco. We have Thnt Rtnn eauzhs auickly and cures abundanco of stock water on every Charlie Lane, $31; 2 horso mulos, James a publication or 400 pages, conof an investment more profitable than real estate more anu xar wm- - farm. uniiis is Foley's Honey Jonos. $117: 1 bay mare, Mrs. bntz. issued in alphabetical order names of and have taining put in additional lights, mm Jeuer-nound. Mrs. Anna ,1'oizer, $130: 2 mare mule colts, "Wm. Blacl certain ot steady increase in value and large returns? nersons who have boon advertised for I SIT 1 bav mare. Bilou White, $71: 1 son St, So. Omaha. Nob., says; 'Somewhat Dissapointed in tho last 200 years up to the present, Honey and plenty of room to shelter your Tobacco. Search the entire investment field over and you will not mmmmnnil Fololv's grey mare. Bijou White; $39; 1 mule Tho followlnc card has been received nir. Weslov McKlnnoy. $50; 1 mare. innitiiiin? manv names from the chan Tor Pomnound as a suro Cure for find anything to equal it. We have some choice parcels and Ireland and rb and colds. It curedviny daugh by The Climax from Hon. G- - E. Lilly, Biiou Whlto, $58; 1 horse colt, Bijou eery courts of England of lost relatives, unciaimnw to offer, both improved and unimproved, many of wbfch v,, nt hari mid and mv nolshbor. Mrs who recently icii. ior ami White. $51: 1 bay mare. Biiou Whilo, lists ntn. Thousands of names rnr,i lmrself and her whole spend the winter and II agreeable 10 $153; 1 sorrel horse, Uoc uoameragc, .lttfi.ianrl. tho book which may lead to are genuine bargains. It will pay you hahisomely to in . . . 1 r, with Foley's Honey and Tar maketiis iuiure uoie 7 r hav Horse, unou nnne, clows ur unclaimed csiaios. neighborr consult us regarding realy investments. nero las aunoay aiier 1 Uy horse. TCvorvono We arrived rmnmmH r. Urain. iw; i Day I by been . maoti hiffhiv of it." For night spending a few days very plcasntly in horse, Mr. Uriggs, mi; i norso coii, r m!onts havo lonEurope establbihed the to aid in 1 hlte, and tickling in the! New Orleans M. P. IT .! as work. JJV writing to me mieruauutwn its nilvnr Ttrnnk. 850: maro. In l.fMt , imnrsnness and all. coughs M and disappointed havothe place ramsto anu $C5; 1 bay filly, Mr. Embry, S63; t muje niaim Atrancv. Pittsbunr. Pa., hlclosing ,m W ... had mree .Hmnin. We rnlt. John Tarlny, $S5; 1 mare, Tom damn and mentioning the name of this COIUS, fcano i uioj o INCORPORATES. pound. Contalncsno opiates. Always two small blizrds mis weeK anu. ouo Fely, $52. rrfiner. anyone may secure one. ot their by very hot day. Alter a wtuie i win ' in a vellow package. For Sale The remainder ot the aftornoon was f, write you more at lengthy Have not AavntBd tn the sale of furniture, house free booklets, Local and. Long Distance StoAton &Son. : nnnnvof anv homeppw" yet, or hod and the sale of Incorporated kitchen, I etepoooe Mules for Sale., . ..A., litra to buy somothing i a latfar nr wera iroin noma ulcih hold and Tr.ii T" . 1 UUIU T difihtts. NUfhthaviMr arrived, the re " RICHMOND. KENTCCK.1 Fifteen geed yearliag' ware aiiiles. good lu shoes at a price? Tako a look at i get the Courier Joipai ana rest, like mainder of the goods were sold the aoxt EAST MAIN STREET UaysoW when received uO. read Red HoiMt, Ky. durbargain Counter. JK. day al prices that were coosidered food. NEAR L & N. DEPOT Xioe & Arnold aacietu iiveratara, l In-rt- lit v-1b-r- STOPS 1M1 lien A great range to select fiom at these prices. Raincoats and regular Overcoats; blacks,-ric- h browns, ahd grays, in a wealth of beautiful patterns and styles. Unmatchable values at these prices. Some bear the Kenton label, the surest and safest guide to clothing satisfaction. ' Overcoats at 12.50 to $15.00 cr Overcoats $18.00 and $ Overcoats at 0 and $25.00 no-pa- r - - r- ovin .... nk re -- Oem-rioan- e, e,h 'hand-maiden- well-traine- Louis-suppo- rts c- - - was-reple- r' noon-meetin- mon-tinni- r' ns o- ra.r ovu-aix- ut The-groo- .WALL PAP first-clas- warm-hearte- - Reduced Wall I have a big line of Paper which I will at greatly reduced prices, in order to make room for next season's goods. Very truly. UNCLAIMED one-thir- WEALTH WANTED STALLS FOR TEAMS FREE. lf Farmers' Tobacco Warehouse Co. - ono-fourl- &IQHNEON05 KENTUCKY. Can You Tell Me mm PHONE 251. us ATRMu In-ou- - wr -o- --- 1 1 1 " Bluegrass Real Estate Company, Farmers'Tobacco "Warehouse Company, J Rkhmood, Ky 1 Cot, t Letters remaining ia the Richmond postofBce uncalled-fo- r for the week For Greater Kentucky Corf1 r Advice About Stomach ending Ostober 10, 1911. ' Bradley, i. a. Mr. Troubles and How to vention to Be Held in 10 and. 15 Cents Bracher, Anna Mrs. fettfc Relieve Them. Brock, Wm. Mrs. Louisville, Novemlive who for the use of children. It is mild, IN MEN'S SUIIS The mother does not Buss, O. P. Mrs. The remedy would not do all in her power to keep gentle and Do Bot neglect indigestion which may Cavanaugb, Grant Mr. ber 14 and 15. does is absolutely pure ana is guaranteed her child healthy, but often she Doty, Chris Mrs. to all sorts of ills and complications. not know how. So when a doctor in every particular. Mrs. Toomey of Dooley. J. H. Mr. An eminent physician once said that So many questions of vital imporof standing points the way all can Emingsville, Pa., and Mrs. Fred per cent of all the Ills of Hamilton, P. II. Mr. m My-fiCrorhs of Alanson, Mich., never give tance to tlio future of Kentucky arc afford to listen. Henry, Hulda Mrs. the human body have their origin in These : It is an accepted fact that nine out their children anything else. Hockaday, a disordered stomach- - 1 pressing upon tho pcopleof tho State 0e Prices of ten of the troubles of infants and are only a few among thousands of for discussion and wise solution, Hunt, Kate Miss Our experience with Rexall Dyspepsia Without that it women. rchildren is intestinal. You notice it Johnson, Sallle Tablets leads us to believe them to be buy a fifty cent or one seems important again to call together. You can by the fact that the child is consttIn Kelly, Jim Mr. among the most dependable remedies fashions. All and cries. dollar bottle of any nearby druggist, Kelly, Wm. it belches, is known for the relief of indigestion and Eated, give a remedypeevishcontains an for they have all sold it for a genera- in conference representative men from that Lane, Malsie Miss ofetoaic dyspepsia. Their ingredients all parts of the Stato to consider present gingery Exquisite, becoming tasty. opiate, because the child will get in tion, but if you want to test it on your condition) Miller, Archie D. Mr. are soothing and cealing to the inflamed and desired reforms andfeas' be- child first send your address to Dr. ' Millinery an astonishing: Malen, Bob Mr. the habit of needing it, and don't membranes of the stomach. They are full life, in kind come alarmed and run at once for a Caldwell and he will cheerfully send able methods of advancing tho prosperNaben, Blan Mr, rkh in pepsin, oae of the greatest you a free sample bottle. ity of the State. Such conferences heredoctor. Peters, Nettie Miss digestive aids known to medioine. The variety? Styles offer a: va fellows like. Robinson, Mary L. Mrs. relief they afford is very prompt. Their Try a scientific laxative first. Give Address him Dr. W, B. Caldwell, tofore hold have resulted in great good, Stag?, Carrie L. Miss use with persistency and regularity for a smali dose of Dr. Cadwell's Syrup 402 Caldwell building, Monticello, developing a bettor understanding of ried choice. Simplicity is Scherer, L. L. Mr. Pepsin, the remedy that is intended III. All a short time tends to bring about in clever the needs of tho State and a closer co Taylor. May Miss cessation of the pains caused by stomach the keynote. One may operation among its progressive citiThorpe, Willie Mr. all-wodisorders. ol Velours and ol AVelcb. G. SKRexali Dyspepsia Tablets help to zens, and promoting a clearer g choose a hat fashioned on Letters remaining in the Richmond Insure healthy appetite, to aid digestion, of what- - can bo done and hBw in a big for the .week and tnus promote nutation. As evi postofhee uncalled-fo- r Fairs best' to dolt. a long, narro v lines.or select dence of our sincere faith in liexall ending October 24, 1011: In this sp'rit such a Slato conference Able, Walter Mr. pattern Dyspepsia Tablets, we ask you to try dress shape-- or a wide-bri- m Bedford, Mamie them at our risk. If they do not live is called by tho two State-wid- e organi Butler, Alice Mrs. you entire satisfaction, we will return zations which wo represent to bo held of any of the variations Chenault, Charles Mr. you the money you paid us for them. in Louisville, Tuosdayand Wednesday, Dean, R. Harry Mr. without question or formality. They between; all styles shown gray November 14 and 15. The subjects to Gladstone, Star Miss oeme in three sizes, prices 25 cents, 50 Jenkins, Miss Pay cents, aad $1.00. Remember, you can be discussed all cover the iield of Ken here are authentic, and Johnson, Sallie Miss obtain them only at our store The tucky's needs. It is desired to have In Long, Jessie Mrs? Kezall btore. U. U Ferry Richmond, BOJ'S attendance the live, public-spirite- d men Longo Byplane & Amuse- y. of overy county and city. ment Co. Logan, W. A. Most Attractive Program. At our request, the Louisvillo Confancy t Payne, Joseph Mrs, Becomingness vention and Publicity Leagne will make Sangloton, Kerdle Mrs. all-woO. He'll. ol wear all arrangements for the entertainment Taylor, Jonnie'Slh O. Hen, of Brooklyn, x. T., wants of tho convention. Is a Mlllams, Liigie , 1 well 6 Wilson. C? It. Mr. Ms aa me ohanged to O. HilL He and We are asking all County Judges, Youner. J. E. Mr. Mayors of cities and commercial and agtits father, eld BHJy HeH, and son. Rev Persoas calling for the above letters , .. StroBg HeH, are about to open a Hell will please say "advertised. nuuiiurai organizations to appoint a of dolegates, not loss than five P. M. eenfeotioBarr. He asks the court to of .our new Fall Millinery; C O Wallace, 1 - number . each, whose interest can be counted on, change his name to Hill on the ground Every woman will find and whose advice will be valuable. that h would not do to tell the folks to SUITS will goto Hell for their candy. O. Hell, Geo. W. Cox, Owcnsboro, here just the hat she looks why Bet make your name HaH? Do 5ome Richmond People May President Federation of Commercial quality, all-wo- ol best in. you want it HIU so you can be "Steep"? Clubs. Wait i ill Its loo Lata His wife. Darling Hell, says that will be J. Lexington, nicely tailored. All a Hell business. If they want to be so Don't wait too late. President State Development Associa Be sure to be in time. prefaae why don't they run a saloon tion. sizes Just in time with kidaey ills vaere the name would be appropriate. Means curing the baok 17 ivitat in bam tun do they want to Bjfore backache becomes chronic: Cleaning and Pressing ehaagekfor? Anyway they do it, it Before serious urinary troubles tots Ladies and gentlomens clothing clean C5 wHI be Richmond Boy Making Good 3 ed and pressed by Mrs. G. P. Bradloy Doan's Kidney Pills will do this. 10 and 15 cents. Mr. John Harris, son of Prof. Jesse Dea't use harsh physics. The re- - Hero is testimony to prove it. 130 Second St. up stairs, Work is of CUA RANT ECO muob weakens the, bowels, leads to Mrs. Mary Hinson. 21 Strother St.. P.. Harris, of this city, is ho'ding a highest order, price low. A trial ordei I ettreatc constipation. Get Doan's Re- solictcd. I Believe splendid position with the weather bulltf gatete. They operate easily, tone the Mt Sterling Kv.. says: that if I had not used Doan's Kidney reau in Louisville. Mr. Harris is a swmaou, cure oensiipallon. A specific for nain Dr. Th Pills, I would not be livinr todav. M printer by trade, and worked at his tciectic Oil. strongest, cheapest lini Oh a I euan Xormax E. Mack, of the health was very poor and two of ourl profession in his adopted city for sev ment ever dovised. A household rem best physicians said that I bad droDsv Democratic National Committtee, will J edy in America for 25 years. issued a call this week for a meeting of ana coma not expect to recover. They eral years, and later went with tho a For Sale. to site eesimittee to fix the date and place gave me a year to prepare for my sad United Stales Weather Department, Automobiles Painted. B fate. The kidney secretioas were un- where he Is making an excellent record. Pure-bre- d af tfee ooming Democratic National Bourbon Red Turkeys; Nonatural aad my body bloated. I was At mv shop on Third St. I am, pre- - vember delivery. (A I nervous aad suffered severely from Mr. Harris has charge of the weather Dared to naint and trim Automobiles, A. D. & C. D. Miliar. Mr Farmer: Make your hoine as modem for your family aa a eity a headaches ond dizzy spells, duriniri maps which appear daily in the metro25-t- f DENTIST Richmond, Ky. and plag youraelf in a position to get the latest market quotations m Carriages, Buggies and Vehicles of all My afelM was burned terribly about wnica snots o before mv eves. I CD ny time. This can be accomplished by means of our telephone pervire, wl en the face, seek and chest. I applied often had to noated soenethinc for sup politan papors. kinds. I have a painter of lonjr ox grasp Lick, you and your neighbor can get for a sum that is small com par wl with the U- Turkeys for Sale. D Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil. The pain port. Aiy oacK was also very weak and nerienoe and who understands his oeased aad the oaiW saak into a restful l could not stoop to button my shoes, THE. CAUSE. OF LCZLMA Crown, Bridge and Inlay work a I have for sale a. few choice Bourbon cQts received. Call or addrew our nearest office or write direct to headquarters business. Prices as low as consistent Red Turkeys steep." Mrs. Nancy M. Hanson, Ham-hK- in fact, I could hardely get arouad. 1 is germ life that burrows under and and Rhode Island Red Nashville, Tennessee, for information regarding our special "Farmers Lines Specialty. with first class work. Give me a trial. Chickens. Telephone 250, five rings. rate If at present you are not enjoying telephone servioe, we can 1hmm1umiv N. Y. was so muoh impressed by a testimonial feeds on the skin. "The way to cure Office in Bank Building. anterestyou. Our lines cover-thTaxes Due. and Mates nt Kentucky- - Tennessee, Missiseipp Horses shoeing, Blacksmilhing E. P. Milleb, R. F. D. No. 3. given in praise of Doan's Kidney Pills ECZEMA is to remove tho cause Louisiana and the Southern portion of Indiana and Illinois. away witih a clean, penetrat25-t- f Better Than a Letter. Richmond, Ky. taxes tor the year lull are now repairing in all" branches. that I decided to try them and procured lour TO LXSURB YOUR 12-dox. xaey gave me prompt relief ing liquid, the germ life and poisons in my hands for. collection. Come Ia renewing his subscription to the James A Moores that cause tho trouble. Old corn $4.25 per bbL by the load. SAST and I continued taking them until TENNESSEE TELEPHONE CO., Incorporared HOUSE WITH Cttatax, Mi. J. T. Bmbry, of Hermiston, wass good in early and avoid tue rusti, as well as Wo have a preparation that will do in health. I have but little Dan Breck. fire, lightning, cyclone Send your order to Ora, formerly of this county, says: trouble From my kidneys bow." this. The first application will stop saving the penalty, by prompt payment. tf Arnold & Simmons. . tf and live stock insurance. itching and give D. A. McCord. Sheriff. For Tbe Climax k like getting a letter Foster-Milbur-sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. the an irritated, itchingprompt relief or inflamed n Co.. Buffalo. New York. to Ricci's ice cream is delicious. Every from beaw, aad I look for it just as I For Rent skin. If you are a suifcror from skin solo agents for the United States. one talks about it. Any flavor made would a letter, and it comes with more ' AT ONCE Remember the name Dean's aad or scaly eruption in any form, try one Having dcoided to discontinue house to order and delivered promptly, regularity. It sever faik to arrive on take no other. bottle of ZEMO, the clean scientific tf to rent my dwelling on keeping, THAN TO WAIT UNTIL IT preparation we are confident you will be Plenty of Oats and all kinds of field good repair, Second 6treet. House is m with the results from the use BURNS AND WISH Tire Republicans are aeain at their "Try Cardtri," writes Airs. "There are quite a few Kentuckians V. Spell, of Hayne, N. C seven-room- s with all necessary out build seeds at attractive prices. See us uara preparation lor YOU HAD tho or 01,5 " I was in a very low state of health, and was not able to sat here. Among them is Mr. James same old tricks, trying to play r upon irm. ings, stable, good pasture, garden, etc. before buying, or inn nrn!iiR nreiumcfts tbn 1 also have for sale Al Jersey mllchcow. Good lor Infants as well as Orttia. of Headersea He is one of the They are getting the name of oleb be up and tend to my duties. I did try Cardui, and soon Arnold & Simmons. tf f Appjy to T. J. Moborly. flrown persons. Perry's Drug Stain bead metier the United States Recla-Mtfe- a Treacher in began, to feel better. I got able to be up and help do my Because dollar for dollar we do him a speoial class of literature, in order Store. For Sale Cheap; Dan Breck, fire, lightning, cyclone service. Mr. John Williams, of housework. I continued to take the medicine, and now I and livo stock. tf F&teeah, is our postmaster; Mr. Gunn, to prejudice him against the Democratic not bcliovo there is anything else Square Decker Bros., piano, in good Elected for Life. party on the whiskey question in order am able to do my housework and to care for my children, ef IvoriagtOR, is principal of one of the to get him to vote for O'Uear, and also At the Stato meeting of .ho Equal SURVEYOR condition. Apply at Itch relieved in 30 minutes by Wood on earth that brings the same 15-t- f Climax Office. cahoots f the State of Oregon; Mr. Gra- in order to get each one of them to try to Rights Association in Lexington last ford's Sanitary Lotion. Never fails. and I feel as though I could never praise Cardui enough solicago of those its patron needing ser Sold by Perry's Drug Store. influence his members to vote the Repleasure as a home. And again, ham, ef Louisville, was one of the first for the benefits I have received." publican ticket. It is to be hoped those weok Mrs. Mary B. Clay, of this county, vices 01 a competent man. Address, $100 Reward, $100 bm te prove his homestead, having gentlemen will not again be caught by was elected vice president for life, a oy investing rlgbt hero in your paper Trill be pleased to The readers If you aro going to havo a party have learn that thereoflathto least one dreaded dlaease RICHMOND, KENTUCKY. had two years to his credit as a soldier; the deceptive son? ol the ReDublieans. compliment raroly bestowed upon a at Riccimake your brick cream in that that science has been able ta core In all Its homo community you are dealing Four years ago hundreds of ministers Mr. Tedd. ef Bowling Green, is in the delicious manner. tf stages, and that Is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Core member of the association. Mrs. Clay in values you understand and with Is the only pceltlre cure now known to the medaatsery bus ia ess; my niece. Miss Sue bolted their ticket, thinking they wore is an indefatigable worker for the cause ical fraternltr. Fon Sals Sawed oak tobacco sticks. dUease, reqnlreA Catarrh belnt: a constltntlonal uuiuj( uuuBiutio hum ueiieving tney treatment-Hall'people you know; henco ths risk a constitutional Park, ef Speedwell, is teaching school were voting for a man and a party who of the Equal Rights Association, and Low prices. Will ship any amount from Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally, actio? directly npon the blood and mncous surfaces ot at 76 per month, and her brother, would vote for and secure the extension the honor comes as a reward for valiant of loss isjcompletely eliminated. 100 to a carload. Write quick. the system, thereby destroying; tha foundation Estill Lumber & Timber Co.. Hame Park, is superintendent of road of the county unit bill when in fact sorvices rendered. Miss Laura Clay ord- oi ine disease, ana giTinff in pauent sirenjrm What youdont Jknow about lum Are the largest by bulldlnir qd the conMlratlon and assisting na 11-tuey were caught in the whiskey drag Ky. Irvino, wark at a salary of $6.25 per day. So net Cardui is successful, because it is made especially for ture In dotos; Its work. The proprietors bare president of tho associa of the Republicans and were in was bor wo arehere to tell you and er buy ers 01 cattle, hogs, sheep, so ranch faith in Its enratim powers that they yea see Keataoky fas well represented fluenced and led to do the very thing tion for tho ensuing year, which posi. women, and acts specifically on the womanly constitution. offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that It Wanted. wo may bo abio to help you avoid lambs, and calves at the Cin- rails to cure. Sena lor list ot testimonials. eat here. Six years ago we had only six tuey aia not want to do Mayfield Cardui does one thing, and does it well. That explains tion she has held for some years past. A good subscription Address F. J. C1IEXET & C0 Toledo, O. manyof lhemistakestltatarefro- - cinnati Union Stock Yards. day evening or Monday man. Call Satur saaeet children and one teaoher. Today the great success which it has had, during the past 50 years, morning. Sold by all DrniriUts, 75c. we have a 525,000 school building and quently made In tho selection of Consign your stock to them Take Hall's Family FUls for constipation. J. ii. STOTIIEU, in helping thousands of weak and ailing women back to Can't look well, oat well or feel well 430 North St., city. mere than 309 scholars and twelve health and happiness. lumber unsuited for different pur- - and receive the highest market octll-t- f wrni impure blood feeding your body. teachers with good prospects for more Keep the blood pure with Burdock Blood If you are a woman, feel tired, dull, and are nervous, W. W. Broaddus &Co., havo excellent poses. Some lumber is O. Iv. forlpnces. aatt year." cross and irritable, it's because you need a tonic. Why not Hitters. Eat simply, tako oxercise. facilities for storage. Bring in your Specialist outside uses and not worth a cent Keop ciean anu you will have long life. wheat. try Cardui? Cardui builds, strengthens, restores, and acts tf Ordinance. In Diseases of EYE, EAR, NOSE finish, and vice versa for interior in every way as a special, tonic remedy for women. Test Now that the Taff administration has For Rent Be It Ordained bv the Board of Conn found itself in and THROAT it for yourself. Your druggist sells Cardui. Ask him. We know last what is best for the middle of a troubled OH ef the City of Richmond. Ky., Richmond, Ky That political stream proposes to Residence, C rooms and kitchen, in Oldham Bldg. most purposes and have it in stock the feilowiag property owners be and uuiBca. auu iiriu it reciprocity ohange hrood repair and in good neighborhood. auu norse. tot Special Imtmctiom. and Notice of Election. book. "Home Treatment lor JaarittxtLlbi ae same are Hereby ordered to oon as a means to show you. Drop in and let's Apply to Taft into straet concrete pavement, curb and another term of carrying Mr. to be abanas President, is Miss Lee Pratner at W. D. O dham & gutter ia frost of and abutting their doned, and in its place will be substitalk it over As Assignee of Mrs. Rachel A. BarlowJ 15-l- f Co's A. C. Reed and Others, jwspeny Jooaiea on iioDrly avenue, tuted the anti-truhorse. The Presi-ident- 's I am now authorized to sell for a few v.NOTICE. aad Laurel street. Oily or Richmond On ) frieuds. and the' President him English Spavin Liniment removes Ky. services Keasonable. "There's No Place Like Home." ) Petition. self, are about ready to admit that the days at a great sacrifice a large stock of Hard, Soft or Calloused Lumps and Simeon Turnin in front of his nmn. "i i Blemishes.from horses; also Blood Spav- PHONE 83, or 481. c. .:i i erty on Moberly avenue running the full cram, so be now plans to becin shoutinir i qvjuo Notice is herebv civen that thorn will i uiio, be held by the officers of the regular ins, Curbs, Splints, Sweeney. Rine Bone Jeagth of same. Said pavement at the trusts in an effort to divert atten- - DrA;coc Stifles, Sprains, Swollen Throats, Coughs SLrirfc Waistc; Todd-Edwarwan ae ave yJ leet wide and shalr be tion from his effort us a irifr rofnrmor .November election on IS, U, ds etc. You inay save $50 by the use of Money to Loan on Good Farm have never seen a woman eeastraoted according to specifications That this change is to be made in policy one bottle. Sold by Perry s Drug Store. NOVEMBER 7, 1911, hereiBbefore adopted by the Board of is indicated by Attorney General wick Lands. with good.sense but w had wuivc4Lbaiu curb and gutter shall ersham, who has let it be known that he This is a rare opportunity for the ladies an election submitting to the voters of ran tan lengtn of said pavement. The, Northwestern Mutual Life In intends to get after some of the bur cor Lost Foxtown Magisterial district. No. 3. the beauty enough to, make herSuaeoaTurpin in front of his prop- porations. That Prosident Tail's oppo- of Richmond and Madison county to surauce. Co., will loan money at 5 per . question wneiner or not cattle or any i erty en Laurel street running full length sition to the trusts will be Between Thomas Hurst's crocerv and ueiit imereai. on goou improved iarra as sin- secure handsome wintor clothes at less about self highly agreeable. Thos. A. Shellon, agent for Hurst species thereof shall be allowed to run at Rodgersvillo, a you of same. Said pavement shall be five cere as his advocacy of tariff revision than the cost of matoriaL Como early pocketbook lanus on wortfxe. Homo Insurance Co. Write mo or phone large on the public roads in said district. containing a W leet wwe and constructed according downward, is indicated by his Detroit before your size is taken. bill and some wish to see faces lighkup with Apply to J. C. Chenault, Atty. Done by order of court this Snniomher small change and a silver buckle. Rete saeeificatieas hereinbefore adopted speech, 151 ring 2. Union City, Ky. o by the Board of Council. Said curb and ment to in whioh he opposed amendit, mil. Richmond, Ky. and receive reward. 2t turn to tho anti-trulaw. joy and satisfaction just drop Attest: R. B. TERRILL, Denis gutter shall run fall length of said Dan Breck, fire, lightning, cyclone 14-Clerk Madison Co. Court. Assignee of Mrs. 11. A. Barlow. g the customers-a- t and live stock insurance. tf Hives, eczema, itoh or salt rheum sets Roscoc Reeves in front of his pro rty abutting Moberly avenue. Sa;fd you crazy. Can't bear the touch of Mr. Sullivan Addressed Bank pavement shall be five (5) feet wide and your olothing. Doan s Ointment cures fall length of said Drooertn on Mnh. the most obstinare cases. Why suffer. ers. erly avenue and shall be constructed All druggist sell it. Hon. J. A. Sullivan, president of the aoeerdiag to specifications hereinbefore State Bank and Trust Company of this adopted by the Ifcwd of Council Said Just As We Expected. city, addressed the State Bankers' Asso orb and gutter shall run full length of Colonel W. O. Bradley addressed tiio V said pavement. ciation at Lexington last week. The Far grazing or feeding 'faithful" at Bcrea one week aeo yes Passed Octobers, 1911. cattle- - call on or Low terday. It certainly was a "cold day" Lexington Herald gives tho following Adopted place your Orders with SAMUEL RICE, for the Republican party, when they notico concerning his address: Mayor. saw what a very smajl crowd was pres- Meats jto Roast, Meats to Fry Telephone 62 Opera House Building Pinnell-McMuIIer- T Attest A. B. Fjuus, Clerk. "Hon. J. A. Sullivan, of Richmond, ent to hear the words of the cifioil" Tho Best Meats speaker. delivered a carefully prepared address Come to Owen McKec, Richmond Live Stock Commission Co. Always oir 'Inspection of State Financial Insti Ky. for dry goods and notions. Others Dan Breck, fire, liirhtmnir. cyclone Kansas Cfty Stock Yards io and why not you. tutions.' There was general discussion tf and live stock insurance. tf The Meats to Buy. by members of the association of a bill fectly Fitted every gem in cur fine collecA careful selection of what vou want which, it is proposed, to present to' the Meat's to Boil, Meals to Stew will be made by our W. O. Park who tion of jewels is, and their rich next Legislature entitled 'An act to es has had 28 years experience Tho Best Meats Shoujd in fillinirl color and brilliancy and uniNuxol tablish a Department of Banking, pro orders on this mnrk-o- t a.i.ii-n.Victor Plnoco iiuuivgg iI .wuuu Always que and exquisite setting viding for the appointment of a com uu communications to Be the Meats for You. missioner, deputy commissioner and Made to "special order" only make them fit gifts for a W. You'll Always Find Them Here. examiners thoreof and prescribing their Queen. We have eVervthinoduties; and for tho examination of aij Kansas City Stock Yard. c1 Style, fit and material guar- that is new and novel in pins. Quality Groceries Await You financial institutions organized and doing business under the laws of this anteed. Call and see samples rings, ear screws and drops Here : Commonwealth. uiiu swie uooks. at prices that are remarkable The purposo of this enactment, for their low figure To get good results in shotgun shooting, icirwasvrecommenaeaior passage by the association, is to provide a legal Mrs. Moores t is necessary to have a load that makes an means for examining the State banks, 220 Socond Street even pattern, rives (rood Denetrations and something which has not prevailed be Richmond, Ky. fore. At present the banks submit to reliable and uniform in every way. Winchester an examination by Secretary of State Black Powder Shotgun Shells are just such a load. " Brunei", but lie has no legal authority to tf f back him up in the work. ' The next time you buy, insist upon having Causes iMuctt DScasc - Letter List ONE WAY OF SAVING FREE TO TRY A BABY non-gripin- g; CALL McCall Patterns Beautiful Extravait CLASSY Autumn Styles Fall Millinery - V Wonder Hose ii $12.50 & $15 the latest snappy models, of and the the young exceptional all-Wo- under-standin- Removal Sale k We are now selling our stock of goods Worsted, variety of new effects, new shades brown, blue, tan and SJ:5 Good serviceable, 5uits that sizes 6 to $LB0X Notions and Millinery Guaranteed to Characteristic at a great reduction on account wear.4 months. Just In Time Call and of moving January convince you see us and we $2.50 BOY'S For March and Douglas MEN, Very fine and 6 to the latest styles -- WOMEN, "Heil-for-Sariin- ." HILDREN McCall Pattearns - $5.00 - E. V. ELDER, Richmond, Ky. Con-westt- 3 H. I. PATRICK Rural Telephones Paint Kentucky tf 8-- tf kJ. r Judiciously t i. t? rreeman ish Pd, Spent Money is That Put Into Homes My Doctor Said Z . H. e. DOTY, 13-t- e-- o C. G Sale & Co J ail-around s f LARDUI TAKE ie Woman'sTonic The Assignee's Dr. M. Dunn SALE tauuitvj W. S. Norris. 2-- JESSE COBB, st General Auctioneering tar, j: Betsy's Pointers "I Lumber Co. o If ten-doll- st Dundon this-oflic- 0-- in-amon- Richmond's To Cattle Dealers Quality Meat Market Corsets Coats Sisits and Coats and Lackey & Todd The Home of Prices and Square Dealing Gossard Corsets Per A Rare Beauty ' 5uits O. PARK - JBUUJK POWDER V SHOTGUN SHELLS Broaddus 5anitary Meat Wanted. 01 -- t. o. J, L F. J. YEAGER them. THE RED W IRANI Telephone 39 a I arm Second-- s Big Prices For Hides We have enlarged our warehouse and can handle all the Tallow, Wool, Raers, Bones. Gin- seng and Feathers that you bring. Remember we pay the highest prices. We buy Hides xvuuuer huu a.11 tanas 01 meiais ana scrap iron. Bring what yoa have I HATE FOR SALE THE Be Braces ioc kftccs, Wkr Taakt, etc., and any kinds Repairs for all Viarfr of Machinery. ( aooui &u acres or less near Richmond, Ky., well Improved and on or near pike. I will pay cash or will exchange property in Hawkins Co. Tcnn. My property consists of Dwelling ltouse, large waro uouse, livery and sale stand, sixteen room boarding nouso anu restaurant, opera house. and black sm ith shop. I exchange apy patt or all of this property for a small firm near Richmond. Call or address, A. IL Cress, Rocersville, Tenn. V. O. Pi re. Life, Accident and Health Insur t ,llor 28. ance. The very best old lineJSowwHii W, Admired Mr. Sullivan's SenU- - Wm. S. Broaddus, ArU lf 12-S- Ten ettragood mare mules. H. D. IUybojt. 25-t- f Silver Creek. Ky. "Wedding invitations, after marriage Anu m nomo announcements, caning cards, death and birth announcements. anything, everything In this line of work printed or engraved at Climax office. Business strictly confidential. tf Pigg's Pure Applo Vinegar at Allman & PJgg's. 12-- Mules for 5ale. are the Quality Groceries Await ; You Here, - . v BEAR IN MIND That our grocery is one of the most complete to be found anywhecei'and our service is unsurpassed. Te!ei Ptom your order. Our stock of fiekl? seeds is.t&j best in the county. guarantee them, ,Trv us with and you will always be a torner. : V: : -- Two Great Creators of Energy-Energ- y Buy Your Groceries , off disease. means power power to work, to think, . to throw off and keep - And enjoy your meals; meals 'ttAmit Get all the sunshine you can, and take Scott's Emulsion . the taste exactly. Try one yourself and you'll send your friends to know, about them. That's why we sell Groceries; we do not keep tUem . v. 3? an-or- der menls. the sentiments ef the Hon. Jerry Sullivan when at the court house hero last week he favored a fLr redistrietien e-- the State According to art aad population. W believe that to 1m Um 4e4i of ail peo-Wc admired f M, RICHMOND WIDES 343 KENTUCKY jwuni '' Hhrwxgton, who so ably refH-- i Md won county la the kst Geaer&l AmnMy, te making an active esvnvM of 'the Bounty ia the interest of ' ate party awl his ewa candidacy, aad that victory will reward the efforts of the party Work en if th Demerati of th oMtity will turn out- - Towdsy, I JUl L. B. regularly. It will .give you wtnngth, ftmh aad to gH MCOTT-Smmd mkmmtm f8 iPttotUy. Ill I 1 II W II : !Try a Sack of A B C Patent Flow 59c a Sack. cufe ... -- I QatTQcisra I! Sewel! & McKmney I D. .B McKinnep 11 next 40d-vou- . i tnepnoneSt, I o and ccS ii SSsmssBsssBSHSHSssssssBSfsssasssssssssiSSssssissS I Telephone 35 .. V