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Announces For Mayor On
Citizens League Ticket.
Aunt Dina says:
"You know dat I love ma
husband. I sho' am awful
fond of dat man, and so I
called our baby a name to
show how much my love is
fo' its father. I named it -
Truly Thine Own.' "
We are authorized to announce
Mr. Rufus Stone a candidate for
Mayor of the city of Richmond,
on the Citizens League ticket.
Mr. Stone has filed his petition,
signed by the requisite number
of voters and is making a strong
and aggressive campaign. He is
a well known and prominent
contractor of our city, and a
splendid business man. If elected
he pledges a strictly business ad- j
ministration, and promises to
eliminate all extravagance of man- i On last Saturday. October 18th
agement. He earnestly solicits ! at 2 p. m. several of the poultry
the votes of all good citizens, adv fanciers and others so interested
Notei From the Secretary of
Madison County Poultry
The Fox Hunters who have
been meeting in Clark county at
Oil Springs, have had a very en
joyable meeting. After the races
the prizes for the best dogs were
announced as follows: First prize
to R. H. Crook, on Puss; second
! J. L Kanatzer, Millie; third J. S.
Linsey, Winchester; fourth J. D.
I Chenault, Richmond, Bess; fifth,
' William Burgess, Richmond,
1 Sport; sixth, Bonny Stone, Lex
j ington, Mag. The judges of the
I derby were Joe Smith, Lexington
Alex Parrish, Reuben Tudor and
Jasper Maupin, Richmond, and
C. L Huls, Winchester. William
Huls, manager of Oil Springs,
was master of the hounds.
Colonel Edgar Dead
I met at the McKce rink to re-orga-!
nize the association and arrange
! for the next annual show. Mr.
Harry Morgan was elected Presi
! dent, Walter Q. Park, Secretary,
A. D. Miller, Treasurer, G. W.
Deatherage, Mrs. Jno. R. Gibson
Prof. Edgar, who at one time
conducted a school in this city,
died at Paris, last Saturday Octo
ber 1.3th, and was buried at that
nl.ii'p the fnllowintf Motiil.iv
Prof. Edgar is well remembered ! and Karl Par WCTte ecccd Mad"
here because of his modesty and ison Countv Vice Residents A.
his fi.ie attainments as a teacher, jc- Vice President from Lin
and his many friends regret to coln Co- H. Goden, ice Pies
hear of his death. I idcnt- Fayette Co., Brown Buford.
oo Vice President, Jessamine Co.
Civil Service Examination j So it can be seen that while a
Madison County organization,
The next examination for other counties are interested and
those desiring to take positions have joined us, looking to us for
in the Internal Revenue service! the leadership. Making our
will be held in the city of Dan- show the one of this part of
ville, February 7. j the state, so we can readily see
What's the use of taking an ! what that means to the county,
examination under the present ' Also we want all home merchants,
"snivel service"? Let the bars i advertisers and etc. to liberally
down, or the great, grand and ' snow their colors of loyalty and
glorious Democratic party will go ; not be out done by any other1
Judge W. R. Shackelford and
R. R. Burnam have been In at
tendance at the meeting of the
Grand Masonic Lodge in Louis
ville. Judge Shackelford was e
lected Deputy Grand High Priest
of the Grand Chapter of the
Royal Arch Masons. This is
a good selection, and we doubt
not that Judge Shackelford will
perform the duties of the office
very efficiently and with credit
to himself and this community.
We congratulate him on his preferment.
Mrs. Sanders Dead
to the diminution bowwows.
We want your loys. or will saw them for
you while vou wait. Blanton Lumber Co.
Phone 425. lrt-tf
The Chicago Medical Society
recently urged the railroads of the
country to adopt a universal rule
to require all employees to ab
stain from using alcoholic bever
ages on duty or off duty.
..When you want first-class groceries
up Covington, Thorpe & Co., 72 and
Baled Rye Straw. John
parties than local.
We want more stockholders,
this is going to be a money mak
ing proposition. We want more
association members, as there
'will be special premiums fot;j
vvnicn none Dut members can
compete, one of the membership
advantages. Already to date we
have at least twenty Madison
County stockholders, We pro
pose to get the catalogue out ex
tra early, whi;h will mean much
to the advertisers. Let Madison
come on and prove herself wor
thy of the leadership.
W. Q. PARK.
mm N& RICHMOND. KY.
II School for Teachers
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InttTiurllic ai.d Lint Him Vr-titii-air.
Valid ail PtiMi.
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t'oaree n uf Review
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pr-ww "(, An nii-uof"'cuinr. a tl s)Uip"l
('mfe'f" 8-nt T-rn Ni..mMr Thirl Term Jouri
7 . fnifh T-rn Art. T, fciuan' ap4 Jun IK
The central west has been in
the grasp of a severe cold wave,
and snow has fallen in many of
the states. The eastern coast
has also been visited by severe
storms.. Snow fell in Georgia,
which was the earliest on record,
and the thermometer dropped
from 70 to 30 degrees.
We are looking tor new business and
want you to try us when in need of good
ikkIs. Covington. Thorpe & Co. 11-tf
The After Hours
MANY conrrnu lose nionejr evrry night by not attracting the
attention of the crowd on the street in the evening. On
the other timid many other concern prosper because they
employ the uftrr hours al"Miian -Electric Litfht.
You ran reudily pick out these (tore on the busiest thoroughfare-
their show window pouring b(illiant flood of lijjht upward, outward
and downwurd, thereby adding an attraction to the good displayed not
obtainable in any other way. Few people can result glance at the
beautiful effect inost people itop and admire it.
The proprietor of theie big (hop are well verted In all modern
method which make for (uccet in developing trade. They know that
the lavish use of electric light pay, and use Edison Masda Lamp to ob
tain it at a minimum cost. s
Our Lamp F.rt will gladly assist your artistic window dressers
; hi niakiug your ttore and shop wi.' wt a attractive as the best in town
; Kentucky Utilities Co., Inc.
Mrs. Hattie Sanders, ige about
thirty-seven years, died at the
home of her husband, E. L. San
ders in Nicholasville, last Satur
day. She had been a patient but
uncomplaining sufferer for sev
eral years with that dread disease,
Besides a husband, two sons,
one sister, Mrs. William Jenkins
of this county and two- brothers,
John Taylor of Commisky, lnd.
and Leslie Taylor of this city,
The deceased was related to
the well and favorably known
Taylor family of this county be
ing a daughter of the late Wil
liam Taylor. Her aged mother was
at the bedside during her illness
Funeral services were conducted
from her late home by Eld. W.
S. Irwin, of the Christian church.
The remains were interred in
Maple Grove cemetery at Nicholasville.
The editor of this paper having
long passed the age of drafting,
desires war for several reasons.
In the first place, Mexico needs
a licking; second, a licking would
be a good thing for Mexico; third,
a licking for Mexico would be a
good thing for us; fourth, we need
more territory, and a slice off the
north end of Mexico, the best
part of the country, could be util
ized to advantage after the greas
ers had been killed off; fifth, the
Democrats need a pension list
a lot of soldiers who would stand
up to the rack and vote the Dem
ocrat ticket and vote 'er straight
and ask no questions about qual
ifications. There are other rea
sons why we ought to have war
with Mexico, but these are the
principal ones.Kansas Palladium
A large number of large rifle
bullets, hidden nearly fifty years
ago to prevent them from falling
into the hands of Union troops,
were discovered Saturday by
workmen remodeling the house
at the corner of Second and
Bruce Streets in Lexington. The
bullets were found lying upon the
lathing and under the floor of
one of the front rooms on the
second floor and have been ea
gerly sought as souvenirs by the
old residents of Lexington. The
bullets are of the type used
during the civil war, with conical
nose. Fixed ammunition had at
that time taken place of the old
powder horn, powder and ball
being wrapped in paper car
tridges which answered as gun
Red Cedar Shingle.
Co. Prion 425.
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El nil M" I ! IM III,
Watch the Thermometer!
It's Overcoat Weather
It's beginning to drop these chill mornings.
Don't let the first real cold catch you unprepared. 1
It's little expense to provide yourself now with an
ADLER OVERCOAT ,
Then you're sure of being cold-proof, even on the bitterest days.
And as for style and tailoring but what's the use of talking?
Just take a moment's look at our assortment of Adler Suits and Overcoats.
Nothing like them ever before seen in town.
And such prices !
$15 to $25
J. S. Stanifer
"Jtome of Good 6otA
Maiden Ridge Nursery
Save half your money and buy
direct from the nursery. The
Fall is the best time to set in
Kentucky. I have all kinds of
nursery stock with prices very
reasonable. Send for price list.
G. D. SMITH,
40-4t Richmond, Ky.
TT A "h ITT mAXT
iVJL. iVI. n 1 UiN
Successor to Vaugb & VanDeveer
Kcmtmbtr when you come to town and
want seed that Covington, Thorpe & Co.
handle the best that can be bought and
will sell them worth the money. Come
and tee us at 23X West Main street Jit
Staple and Fancy Groceries
Fresh and Cured Meats
WE PAY CASH FOR COUNTRY PRODUCE
President Wilson sent his first
veto to Congress last Thursday.
He disapproved the resolutions
to reinstate a rejected , West
Phone 614 Cor. Main and Collins Sts.
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