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h Section i n E RICHM RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY. KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 19. 1913 NUMBER 15 40lh YEAR ON IMAXo Wholesale and Retail Coal, Feed, Salt, Sand, Lime, Cement and AH Kinds of Plaster Material Hauling of All Kinds Comer Main and B Streets Telephone 85 O. hi it 'l.'lk I1 ' ' w.'wl Cole's Original Hot Blast Heaters and Highoven Ranges that terns anythirg frcm ccrn cobs and slack to hard coal. The fire never goes out from fall to spring the most wonderful stoves made. Call and see the difference in this stove and all ctners. D. B. Shackelford & Company I Am In The Market For Furs : of : AH : Kinds Hides, Feathers, Scrap Iron, Etc Don't sell until you see me. I always pay the highest market prices . M. WIDES COUXEIl MAIN AND ORCHARD STREETS RICHMOND Phone 363 KENTUCKY BIG CROWDS At The Organization of The Community Welfare and Progress Association . The work of the Farmers' Chautau- quas, which were so successful in Madi son county, is being extended by the organization of Rural Development Cen ters over the county, which means per manency to the Farmers' Chaulauquas. The first meeting was held at Waco, Wednesday. In the afternoon practical demonstrations were made along the line of milk testing, soil testing, budding, grafting, seed test and selection. At night Prof. J. S. Tullen spoke to a crowded house on "Soil Fertility and Prosperity." The audience was enthu siaslic and an excellent organization was secured. The purposes of the or ganization are: - To arouse the community in terms of its own welfare, and to stimulate, direct and unite the people in all proper self' development. To institute and give impetus to a con structive program for the development of the open country. To develop the native human re sources of the community. To redirect the resident forces of the community, as home, school, church, etc. To stimulate and educate local iuilia tive and leadership. To co-ordinate all these forces and federate all the agencies capable of bet tering country life. Dr. Crabbe, of Eastern Kentucky Siate N'ormal School, is committed to this work and when seen by our reporter to night, said: "This is only a continuance of the Farmers' Chautauquas movement. It is the greatest movement with which I was ever connected, and during the next year we hope to organize these centers in every county in the Eastern District' The movement in Madison county is al ready a success, the people at Waco were entusiastic, and withia the next two or three weeks we expect to organ ize just such community centers at Kirksville, Union, Berea and Kings ton. "In these organizations it is Loped that the school can be helped to measure up to its responsibilities. Some of the plans are to map out a planting plan for the school grounds, make out art plans for interior decorations, show the advan tage of directed play, give the funda mentals of agriculture, fruit growing, household science, sanitation and hy geine, manual training, etc. Il does not stop here, but goes into the home, anywhere to be of assistance. The far mer will be aided in problems of crop rotation, seed selection, variety values, fertilizer requirements, breeding prob lems. The house-wife will be interested in decoration, cooking, sewing, serving, canning,, clean milk, care of children, pure water. Yes, sir; it is a great move ment and we are going to push it to the limit." Farm For 5ale. A nice farm, consisting of 32 acres, located five miles from Richmond. First class itnprovments; coil of the finest. Apply at this office. 9 tf Mr. Walker Will Move to The Country. Mr. J. B. Walker will move with his family this week to the Joe Oldham farm one mile from Richmond, on the Irvine pike. Mr. Walner, however, will continue with the firm of John R. Gib son & Co., this city, which news will be pleasing to his many friends in this and adjoining counties. Mrs. Oldham will move to this city and will take rooms with Mr. and-Mrs. Kit Park, who will also move here to reside. Schoberth to Address Llks. Hon. Harry Schoberth, of Versailles, will deliver the address at the annual Memorial Services of Richmond Lodge of Elks, the first Sunday in December, in this city. This beautiful custom of the Elks in gathering together once a year to pay respect to their honored dead is always looked forward toby our citizens as a very prominent feature of this lodge, and, as usual, a musical program befit ting the occasion will be rendered. Mr. Schoberth is an orator of widespread rep utation, and our citizens should turnout en masse on that afternoon. Fine Exhibition. Madison county will have next month one of the best exhibitions of poultry ever displayed in Central Kentucky The Madison County Poultry Associa tion has perfected all arrangements for their annual show and indications are that this exhibition will eclipse all foi mer efforts of those who have diligently endeavored to bring to this city the very best stock of fowls to be had in the State. In addition to Madison,- several adjoin in? counties have joined in to assist in making the poultry show in this city equal or superior to any exhibition to be held in Kentucky during the present winter. Poultry fanciers from every section of Kentucky have signified their iutentions to be present, and indications are that the large skating rink will be filled with fancy fowls of every descrip tion. It is the desire of the Association that every citizen of Madison county give the poultry show a substantial in dorsement by attending during the four days' meeting, beginning Dec. 10. Serious Catarrh Yields To Hyomei. Do not let this serious disease extend along the delicate mucous membrane, gradually going from the nose to the throat, thence into the bronchial tubes and downward into the lungs. There is no other treatment for ca tarrh that is like Hyomei or just as good. None can lake its place, none give such quich, effective and sure relief and a so little cost furthermore, B. L Middl ton will refund your money if you are not satified. Begin using Hyomei now to-day and see how quickly the drippings into the throat, the discharge of the nose, sniffling and all other sy mtoms of catarrh are overcome; and remember no stom ach drugging you breathe it The complete containing inhaler and bottle of liquid costs but $1.00. Extra bottles of liquid, if later needed, 50 cents. Swansdown Flour for cakes. Lackey & Todd, phone 62. tu 05 tf Cost of Bullfights. During 1911, in the 392 rings of Spain, 4,391 bulls and 5,013 horses met their death in the bull rinir. Ten toreadores were killed and ICO injured Seven mil lion spect ators have spent on th is "sport" 21,000,000 pesetas in that poor country. There are 44 old matadors and 325 so called novilleros. The number of baode rilleros, picadores and chutos amounts to 1,123, who annually get more than 4,000,000 pesetas in pay. Machaguito, the most famous "epada," alone earned in CO bull fights 300,' 00 pesetas. Annu ally the value of the killed bulls amounts to 500,000,000 pesetas From the Ani mals Guardian. Turkeys Wanted. Embry, Moberly & Company will kill turkeys at Moberly, Ky., and will pay the highest market price for good, fat turkeys delivered at their pens. C. M. Em but, R K. MOBKKLT. Phone Waco 31-241. 13 2t. Our line Of Groceries are the best you can buy. All new and tresb. rnone 72 & 141. Covingtou Thorpe Co. 57-tf. Value of Rheuma From The Court. Judge Barhorst Was Relieved or Rheumatism After Doctors Failed. If you have tried many other reme dies and doctors' treatment for Rheu matism and found they failed, do not be skeptical about trying RHEUMA. Read the testimony of Judge John Barhorst, of Fort Loramie, Ohio: "After treatment by thee doctors with out result, I have been cured of a very bad case of Rheumatism by using two bottles or RHEUMA. It is now two years since I used the remedy, and I am still as well as ever. Previously, I was a cripple, walking with crutches." Such testimony should be convincing, 50 cents of B. L. Middelton, and guaranteed. For Rent ' Warehouse on Orchard street and L. & N. R. R. track. Capacity about five car loads; can be made larger. Also two elegant office rooms over Teager's jewelry store. 13 tf Phone 292. Colby Taylor. New College YelL Michigan Agricultural College has brought out a yell that can claim the merit of being up-to-date: Hurrah for the harrow. Hurrah for the plow. Hurrah for the cabbage. Hurrah for the cow. Hurrah for the turnip, Hurrah for the pea. Hurrah for the roller. From M. A. C. KIRKSVILLE. Mrs. Rufus Blakeman spent the day in Richmond, Wednesday. Miss Nancy long has returned to her home after attending a house party given by Misses Allie and Stella Uendren at their home in Lancaster. Prof. F. Fowler is with bis parents for a short visit, after which he returns to resume his work at Lincoln Memorial University, Cumberland Gap, TVun. Miss Alice Whitlock continues her study of music with Miss Mary Tray nor in Richmond. Every Man and Boy in This City Should I Wear Munsing Union Suits '.SsJS Because they are made just right. -Because the fit will not wash out. Because they please and satisf everybody. Because they do not bind or gap anywhere. Because if you wear them you will like them. Because they fit and cover the form perfectly. Because they are famous for durability and washability. Because children outgrow them before they outwear them. Because they yield to every motion, yet always stay in place. Because their popular prices make them very economical to buy. Because the are preferred by discriminating persons everywhere. Because of the great variety in weight of fabric and style of garment. Because they are fine enough in quality to please the most fastidious taste. Because the fabrics are made with great care from tested yarns of unusual strength. Because buttonholes, seams, edges, etc., are made right and finished as they should be. Because you can pay more and get no better quality, but you can't pay less and get as good vhen you buy, be particular, Don't say Underwear, say Munsingwear Mens Munsingwear Men's Union Suits, of a medium weight, creatr, white, cotton fab ric, not fleeced, but very soft and comfortable, made with high neck long sleeves, closed crotch, ankle length, attached cuffs. Price per garment $1 $2 $250 Youth's Munsingwear Youth's Union Suits, of a medium weight worsted faced natural color fabric, made with high neck, long sleeves, ankle length, open front, closed crotch; designed for tall, slender, growing high school boys. Price $1.00 Children's Munsingwear Children's Union Suits of a snow white heavy weight fleeced cotton fabric, made with high neck, long sleeves, ankle length, open front, drop sea); all sizes. 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Our Suits and Overcoats at $750 to $1250 are beauties for the price and made from best materials Ail lines complete Dress Goods, Wash Fabrics, Outings, .Comforts, Blankets Underwear, Hosiery, Etc. You are especially invited to call and inspect our merchandise just a look and we will thank you Very Respectfully . HAM.IL ON BRO TH Ml Corner First and Main Streets Richmond, Kentucky - i I!