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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t t f II 1141 r = 7 i THE RICHMOND CLIMAX I VOLUME 32 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY AUGUST 16 1905 NUMBER 13 a IPHONE 80 I WINES CREEKMORE DRUGS 8 MAIN FIRST ere that illm F7I 7I7I THE ffi Country 5 Store 4 IN TOWN BUY FOR-d CASH+ SELL FO- RCASHi It We handle Groceries Queensware Hardware t Woodenware Porcelain and Graniteware g t Harness Farm Impliments Wagons Buggies Road Carts etcc In fact most every article v g used on farm or in kitchen +Rememberour CASH PRICE makes goods very low when 7J compared with the credit system S 7 WE SELL THE Lynchr hilla n Plow plowl fe vg us your Fencing Wire Roofing etc R Try our Old Fashioned IEM f f Country Meale Cheap i IKH Poultry FS Hides cc uuEr and ae r m Colyer Bros ifPhone 237 MainStreet iRICHMOND KY ffiJI Iir m 71 7- n1 NAME IS TbLRMAJ On Sausage Row And Buys tI VEGETABLE SICILI- ANHairRenewer hn kce ourIs n true you want to loo UIU u pJ ttthen use Halls Hair Renewer id have all the dark rich rr tl y tr iu Jl u utOO L 01 c 7F fffi1r 7I fFaculty 1 G P Simmons President t PHILOSOPHY i Miss Maud McBurney University of Chicago 71 Atvntnl awl Modern Languages CovingtonrJZnglith Language and Literature Iss Georgia Grimes yKentucky University Mathematics and Science i MIss Theodore L Hempliill ffirCheriChase Colle i5ssAingtoit D c Piano + Miss Elizabeth M Cargilej Jd ffi a Elizabeth ifeUege and Gerard CoitBervntory of Music f Voice and Piano iXrl i Miss Eleanor Pearson American Institnte of Applied Music New YorkrPiano and Stringed Jntinuneni l v Miss Alice M Eubank cooper Union and New York School of ArtJ Art Department ri ffi Mrs Jennie White r Jj Preparatory Jepartmtiil Miss LulasATleny Primary Department Miss Margaret Parrishvt IfStenoyrapJiy and Typewriting 7IMis Susan Porter Yates Cmctral Female College Lexington Mo i locufi- glMrandI Mrs GJItiarene panttut J r t o 4- U g KILLTHE COUCHAND CURIE THE LUNGS WITH DirmKings New Discovery PriceFOR 100 Free Trial Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUBLES or MONEY BACK Jde hv F O Ntookton Golden Flora announce to the public that they received the finest and most beautiful car load of Marble and Granite ever in Richmond Trade at at home where you get the best goods at cheaper prices Golden Flora East Main Street II q Louisville and- Nashville R R AnyPointseltyour baggage Secure sleeping space Oneway tickets on sale daily Special Excurson Home Seekers and Colonists Tickets TimoothroughSleepers trio Lighted Dining Cars WHEN GOING TO TAn A TRIP Consult your local Agent who will take pleasure in arranging all details Call on or addressJ W Hamilton Agent KyWM DOT CANS R A0YR7IYXN01FEA01 NLrlD IS rOILIGhTImportant n mw W 1rey rTMaaer li- lo n Kinloch Paint is Oil Right be ousc you get the oil in the tight way not as in ReadyMixed Paint but Separately You buy the thick Kin loch Pigment in one can and the fresh purr raw linseed oil from the barrel thats the right way When you apply the paint you have the oil fresh and pure We know something about paint and we can heartily recommend Kin loch Paint Its the one paint that is paint alone not readymixed but reaitytomix R r rQ1I Kirksville Ky t DOT CANS A FAMILY SAFEGUARD r Green arranges with the Niece of Dr Bo GreatThroat reliablehousehold runningeyesaffectionsthat will keep the children proof against all contagious diseases qSuch n medicine is Boschees German Syrup which has a record of 35 years in aUlEEgCThe fame of German Syrup as a con DrGreenBoschee has extended to all parts of the earth It has big sales everywhere 10 IJTwo sizes 250 and 750 All druggists For rale at R C Stocktons drug lere NEW YOR- KCLIPPERIS THE GREATEST THEATRICAL IJ SHOW PAPER IN THE WORLD 400 Per Year Single Copy 10 Cis ISSUED WEEKLY SAMPLE COPYFREE FRANK QUEEN PUB CO CUd ALBERT JTIORIE PUBLISHERS JUXioiB 4TW2STU5rNnrYoilX Boys Training School North roddlctown Bourbsn County Ky Boys boarded in College home Moral influences the best No saloons or placpsof vice Thorough Instruction Limited number taken Opons September 5 19 n Hoarding tuition lights and fuel ten months 200 Not a school of reform Only good boys wanted Address MILTON ELLIOTT Principal 28june2m Attention farmers I have received two carloads ofthe celebrated Page fencing the hest thats made fore contracting for longing of any description it will prove to your advantage to get inv prices tf J T COY Kirksville Ky SECRETSAt Woman on her way to semiinvalidism caused by pregnancy suffers much pain Ignorance prompts her to suffer alone la silence and in the dark as to the true causemotherhood- Mothers Friend takes the doctor ptaceandsbew no cause for an inter view She own doctor and hei modesty is protected Daily application tr the breast throughout ptegnancy will enable her to undergo the gestation in a cheerful mood and rest undisturbed Mothers Friendi- s a liniment for external use It would indeed be shameful if the sacrifice of modesty were necessary to the successful issue of healthy children All women about to become mothers need send only to a drugstore and for 100 secure the remedy healthy babies are the result ofuseing Mothers grind Our book Motherhood mailed free THE BHADFIELD BECUUTOE ATUNTA Way To Treat Hay Fever No Stomach Dosing Just Breathe HyomeiStops Sneezing and Smarting R L Middleton is recommending to his customers as a cure for hay fever HyomeiIt for this remedy that it stops the spasmodic paroxysms the sneezing the smarting and running of the eves and nose and other acute sym tomsof this disease Many persons have been cured of hay fever by Hyomei and the discov erer of the remedy professes to be able to prevent both the occurrence of the annual attack and to stop the drogress of the disease even in the most chronic forms A Hamlin of Westfnrd Ma8fliwrll a Hyomei cured me of hay fever in oneI weeks time I consider it a duty to ell others whosnffer from this license1 This endorsement is only one of hun dreds that have been received by the proprietors of Hyomei and B L Mid deton offer to refund the money if Hyomei does not do all that is claimed for it is tha strogrst proof that can bn given as to the confidence ho has in Hyomeis power to cure hay fever The complete outfit costs but 00 while extra bottles can be procured for 50 cents Beware of married man who ad visee the bachelor to get married He is trying to set even Three ppectreR threaten babvs lifo Cholera infantum dysentery dlarr hOMoDr Fowlers extract of Wild Strawberry never fails to conquer them Dissolution Notice The firm of Allman tt Stone brick contractors has by mutual consent dis solved partnership Mr Allman retir ing from the business Joie ALLMX a aug94t R K JTONK Notice To Taxpayers In onler to make mv settlement with State and County hv January 1906 as required by law I am compelled to advertise and sell for the taxes due State and County beginning first of September 1905 instead of waiting until next Spring so dont permit yourself to be caught for this extra cost Respectfully augOlt JOHN F WAGERS Sheriff Six Million Acres The Stato of Texas will place on sale Sept 1st 1905 six million acres of state lands scattered throughout the state at from 100 to 300 per acre onefortieth cash down forty years time on balance 3 per cent Interest Write for particulars also about cheap rates to the Southwest Aug 15 Sept 3 and IP Oct 3 and 17 E W LaBEAUME G P and T A Cotton Belt Route St Louis Mo Those who speak from expereince say married is no comaarison to court ship A man will always tell wife that good husbands are made by letting them have their own way Half the ills that man is heir to come from indigestion Burdock Blood Bit ters strengthens and tones the stomach makes indigestion impcsible G B BORHANS TESTIFIES AFTER FOUP YEARS G B Burhans of Carlisle Center NY writes About four years ago I wrote you stating that I had been entirely cured of a severe kidney trouble byI taking less than two boitles of Foleys Kidney Cure It entirely stopped tha ymIam to say that I have never had a return of any of those symtoms dnr ing the four jtais that have elapsed and I am evidently cured to stay cured stud heartily recommended Foleje Kidney Cure to any one euflering from kidney or bladder trouble bold by H C Stockton Itching hemorreoida were the plage of my life Was almost wild Doan S Ointment cured me quickly and per niantly after doctors had failed lj F Curnwell Valley St Saugerties N Y Telep bubo B H Iuxon and Bro for economy and smokeless coal for furnaces and airtight heaters 28dtf A cherry suit ot furniture for sale cheap Phone SOS tf SUPPORT JCOTTS EMULSION serves as a bridge to carry the weakened and starved system along until It can find firm support In ordinary food Send for free sample SCOTT g BOWNE Chemists 409HS Pearl Street New York see and fixio i all druggists i Sandal Train Venice Commencing Sunday Juno 4 and continuing each Sunday until October 1st the Louisville Atlantic Railroad Co will run Sunday trains arriving and departing from Richmond an follows For Versallle 6 a m and Gi5 p m For Irvine mid Beattyyille 10 H mIFront Versailles and Nicholasville 9 55 a m and 11 30 p in- FtmBeattyville635pin Special rates of one fare for roui d trip up to SI 50 no round trip rate more than that For particulars cal on M llHCker Agent tf Accidents come with destressing f e quency on the farm Cuts lnuise stings sprains Dr Thomas Electric 0 relieves the pain instantly Never safe without it fcjNERVIGORi RESTORATIVE CURES DEBILITYThe energyanpereomlmagaenm 1dOTelopm NaasCoretrouDleedaitoYale rich healthy 140117 Rood for w octnan lloollet rieutedbems Prleetlooabox Six fortboo tpaldWith altaarnte torefnndlthotNrrdor eared Krreit MEDICAL ASSOCIATION CHICAGO us st For sale by E C Wines IT Loans amid Dis counts 345000 00- Stockholders Liability 150000 00 Hank Bldg 200000 Cash and Exc 65COO 00 Total Resources 580000 00 U Your business is desired and we disposed to grant you every consist ent favor J State Bank ITrust Co Richmond Ky A TOUCHING STORY is the saving from death of the babv girl of Geo A Eyler Cumberland Sid He At the age of 11 mouths our lit tle girl was in declining health with serious Throat Trouble and two phy siciansgave her up We were almost in despair when we resolved to try Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumpti n Coughs and Colds The first bottle gave relief after taking four bottles she was cured and is now in perfect health Never fails to relieve and cure a cough or cold At R C Stock tons drug store SOc and 100 guaranteed Trinl bottle free A good organ for sale cheap at Madison Institute J W McGarvey Jr PECULIAR DISAPPEARANCE J D Ruusn i f Eutlerill 0 laid till peculiar disappearance of his painful symtoras of indigestion and biliousnes to Dr Kings Naw Life Pills He s IYS They are a perfect remedy for dizziness sour stomach headache con etipation etc Guaranteed at R C Stocktons drug store price 25c rightbecominglyitColorings Glorious BannobUlnsof tones We all 10 S40aWe are showing beautiful silks for Shirt Waists in all the new colorings at 29c per yard worth75c VJ Our beautiful Ribbons pretty Neckwear and Collars communityDont 6 we are naming on then W D Oldhatn Qo OUTFITTERS PARTICULAR I y i1j I A FAMILIAR FACE Thelllcencssot ORWB CALOWBLI appear on every package of Dr Galdwells SYRUP PEPSINConstipa tlonBlllousncssSourStomacilHcadachesattd orders Every genuine package Is by this trade mark Your druggist will be glad to sell you either the or 100 size Sold by Perry fe Thomas Y Effi7F IX 7f 71 ffi7l 7I7F l- ISON 71 MA T 1 INSTITUTE SHOULD BE PATRONIZED BY THE PEOPLEOiF MADISON COUNTY A r j a Examine carefully our list of teachers and our prices as given herewith Then if you have a daughter to educate write the prin cipal He will take pleasure jn calling upon you and explaining every detail of the work in Madison Institute No citizen of Richmond or Madison county should think of sending his daughter away from home when his home school offers as goOda advantages and induce meats as can be found elsewhere HOME INSTITUTIONS SUPPORTED HOME PEOPLE a principle which will meet your lies beneficent results You support Madison Institute ret Madison experimentaJjn Jrf iUUK JJlJAOIXl IISare ao gooct as can be found in any schoqlllltlie state OUR PRICES arewithin thereach i of all vi r ex jifeHenced tankteachers tLn roil cataoY etcaddresa me 91 at Richmond Ky Box o75 V tfk T if G P SIMMONS PREsIDEN i c 4 i 1c r iif k 4c7t f q bJl L I =Do some one thing better than any one else can thedepthsyour door Emerson The First Touch off SPRING AWAKEal NATURE is awak eningPut on the New GarbClothes make the man Youll feel as royalas a Kings with the exhiliration of new justinthe Makers and such Makers the greatest Clothes Makers in the world have fashioned these goods Schloss Bros Co of Baltimore and New York The Correct Clothes Makers for Gentlemen have designed fashioned and made these new creations l Every garment carries their guarantee their label in every garment none genuine with out j They have have no equal there is a snap grace style in every line of them are soft have grades from to BY We are offering in our basement lot of short lengths in all Wool Ingrains and Brussels Carpois in i ridiculouslylowelegant rugs and some of them are large enough to cover small rooms and halls TO PEOPLE I J- f t a a MqRRwlsrA r I f L u4 r s is rt i T Through i F a c ob i a EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY mCOJtPOUTJlD Long distance lines and telephones of this Company enable you to talk almost anywhere In Southern Indiana Southern Illinois Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi and Louisiana We can put you In quick and satisfactory communication with the people of this great section of the country j Wo solicit your patronage Rates reason able Equipments and facilities unsur passed LOWELL J w HUNTE En ttent Vanarer fo s e5 a7Im mf Expensesii 1 JIteenfollows 711 Board fuel lights washing one dozen pieces per week f57 00 9Tuition in College Department SO 00 S Tuition in Academic Department 25 Oo Tuition in Preparatory Department 4th Reader Grade 20 00 ITuition in Primary Department 15 00 7fiViolinVocal Music two lessons per week 30 00 V1OilBookkeeping 1500 Elocution private lessons 25 00 9- Desarte JQ OQ Diplomaj5tf rf 10 00 aCertificatoofgrnduatlOn In any department 3 00 S- vv Sk 1 r1 N j v 1v vi v lr r I Im ortant reductions s will be made to boarding pupUifu air departments who take either voice or jpumojin adjlitipii to their regularjschpol work Are fl dactlonwlllalso bo made for the benefitof boarding uItwife are able it from Friday to itfandav j55 ft h jv usa j p tou f rh r c37o fl I s ue sess ssss e sssse f ssee it t ss t s v t S I s I Times Up s S S IS S S TAN SHOES 5S i 1 giSS IMUSTb 5 GO 55 5SS 5 I5S 5 e 5 Wfl never carry over Tan hf Ylieres plenty of time 5S to wear them but not so much tisn 10 aull them so we have 5 5 IS 5 been throighlour stock and put S I I UA Farewell tIPrice 5 SI 55 sS 5 5 S 5 on every pair of Tan Shoes we own and now tlioy must s vacate en V 1 ISIs i hereSU3S5 4 00II II II5 2 75 3 50 II 2 25 50IS 15 5 5 2 00 II J 65us 555SS 55 I S 55 5 5S S James P Tribble 1 Ss a 55SsYS 5 SSesSUSUaSSS S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S ssasI The Richmond Climax PUHLIBHRl EVERY WKPNIUDAT BY The Climax Printing Co Incorporated A D MLIEREdltorManagM- ember Ky Press Association and PIUCE flOO PElt YEAR IN ADVANCE WEDNESDAY AUG 10 190 DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Representative RW MILLER For Bounty Judge N H TURPIN For County Attorney HII CROOKE For Sheriff P B BROADDUS Yet County Clork JESSE COBB For Jailer BUCK JOHNSONLFor AssaorMBOYD P WAGERS hJOHNFor Coroner ROBT L BIGGERSTAFF Mayor Clarence E WoodseChief of PoliceJ II OeHncilmen W S OJdham Richard MciveeT T Covinzton G W Gates J A Mershou Jennings Maupin Police JudgeJoniiinge Greeulenf City Attorney T H Collins Magistrate James 1ykeeSConstable L M n ANNOUNCEMENT We are authorized to announce J W Moore a candidate for magistrate from Million Magistriai District sob ject to action of the Democratic party TIlE Ilarrodsburg Herald one of the best journals In the state is abreast of the time with its splendid illustrated supplement issued Aug 10 It bears evidence of great thrift not only in the Herald oice but in all Mercer comnty and we congratulate Messrs Pallium and HuHon first as editors of so readable a paper as the Herald and second on being located in a town like Ilarrodsburg PERSONAL eRevlast week W O Parrish of Winehoster visi ted here last week Miss Picket of Mnysviilc has been visiting Mrs D II Breck Attorney Robert Friend of IrvirICth was in the city Saturday Mrs Field Miller of Lexington is visiting Mrs William IrvineJMr S L Midkifl has gone tc Blue Rock Spring near Jrishcrville Ky Mr and Mrs Robert Harris were a at Blue Rook Springs last Thursday a Misses Bessie and Elmer Singleton of Lancaster have been with relatives heroMiss hflagford I JlersFeed your hair nourish itwgive it something to live on Then it will stop falling and heavyAyers Hair Vigorhair food you can buy For 60 years it has been doing just what we claim it will do It will not disappoint you MT Ialr mrd lo be very short Rill after to CIIIIfrIalr11t6 Jorado Spring C0IGw COiLor Short Hair Mr and Mrs M T Long of Danville arc visiting Mrs A C Buch man Misses Mary and Margaret Milh are the r lioilsburg alanoastarrs Z T Rice spendingherWisemantown Miss Kate Turpin loaves this week with a party from Cynthiana for a trip to Niagara A jolly crowd of the younger set JastWednesday Misses Emma anti Lillic Powells t terMrsMessrs H M Pope It IL Burnam EsliIISpringsHon G E Lilly and family have returned from an extended visit to relatives in Irvine Miss Grace Smith has returned to her home after a visit to her sister Mrs B II Luxon Mrs Mamie Stockton of Richmond is the guest of Mrs Tovis Wilkerson Lexington Leader JuliaWhiteWinchester last week moomhtgton1Ilhis friends hero last week Mrs Henry Jones is again with h daughter Mrs J W Arnold after visit to relatives in MissourirMrs Lyman Parrish has returned from Somerset accompanied by her daughter Mrs Gilbert Grinstead Dr and Mrs V II Hobson and Miss Annie Kngle are spending sev ral days at Crab SpringsI Miss Kellogg of Cincinnati who has been visiting Mr and Mrs M C f Kellogg IcU Friday for Estill Springs Mr and Mrs Tevis Huguely retturned Friday nlglt from their wed east ug trip to Niagara and other pointf v Mrs Luke Milward and mother vbitingJIHIgtcounty Mrs G G Prcwitt entertained with Thursdnyafternoon Oldbam of Lexington Mrs Richard loam who has been visiting Mr anti Mrs William Boain near Panola left SaturdayUfor her qmc MidJlctovn Ohio Pi of IL S Crowe has returned hOlD pI t We have concentrated or energies this season on the choicest and most varied line of Carpets PaperArtever offered Never such attractive designs never such low prices It is not a matter of guess work when we say our line is without a superior and we do not know of its equal in poidt of variety style oa price It is a superb line Exclusive patterns Original Ideas If you seek the best styles if it is a question of low price or highest satisfaction ifyou want the best goods obtainable at the lowest prices Why You Can Find Them Here ed CF BROWEHe CO Ri u = c 11 THE PEN PUSHERS AT CRAB ORCHARD t UNIIT Ukkz TilE 3 POINTLOOK OUT 4 WE ARE SlING 8 BUNCH OP ONES WE IT Had the Executive Committee Searched until they were tired they c houldntplace for the recent meeting of ti Kentucky Press Association than Crab Orchard Springs located in Lincoln CDimty and within easy reach of all sections of the state The great num ber of pencil pushers who gathered IiUcreas proof enough of the hearty approval of this plan Upon arriving at this grand old place we were possessed at onto witha feeling of rest and were accorded su- Bgenuine welcome by Manager J reithehat we felt that it was cood to be there and the longer we stayed the longer we wanted to stay The meeting of the state Journalists was one of success both from a bw n a 1fndbut how could have 0isefirst place everybody vand that mea nsIa great many people was given a nIlcool comfortable room wherein moments cf leisureshould there be ai uchcould be had away from the pleasurable excitement of the meeting Rest however is of poor service without plenty of good things to sati Willisresta s1tl and during this occasion astupon all others they saw to it person ly that no eve went hungry Each ay the wonder grew that they we Richmond to look alter the interests of the Shelbyville Latin School for the coming ycarShelby Sentinel fromWinchestercompanied home by her sister Mi shSue who attended the fair SMissesa g CttendMisses Gourley at their cabin near H eidolburgtMr R E L BiggerstalT who lias tIIieunluniahe at 5 Nannie Baum in Mt is reported to be improving Mr and Mrs Wm Mellon of College Hill are visiting the family nf prosperollsthat place Winchester Democrat Mcsdames R E Turlcy and Joe Cbcnault were guests of honor at an BivenClwhomond pikeoMrs Louis Scblcgel and daughter Miss Edna entertained with a hand some flinch party last week in JPreturned to their home WednesdayI Mrs Wm Roark of Richmond vis li ed her SOn Alvis bark anu wife the first of the weekMisses Bus sic Brooksbire Nanie Wharton and Gertrude Corn visited Miss 11e8S Harris at Bicbmond last week Val cy View Argent Dorwife and daughter Uazie Moore PoreIer who are now with Mrs sister Mrs Albert Sheuse in ticcountry will join him this vcck nnd aisit One tablet of Miona taken before each meal during the summer months whenever the stomach is out of order or the weak will do more than any other treatment to prevent the diseases caused by germs at this seasonIf stomach is weak so that food loes not readily digest in it tIle food fermenlinjIorgans conditions for germs to cause bowel trouble diarrho i or other Hummer illness Miona will soothe arid heal the irri tated mucous membrane of the stomach itid digestive tract stimulate the solar plexus antI tire whole tier vous system This remedy able to faed and satisfy and make fortable such a surging throng of tired tot tirhoued around at the huge buildings an thought of that sixteenacre garden we u nderstoodIllh haighin this are the ball room dinning hal Ion trtheb exymain liI systwostory building ot bed rooms and i this is located the worldfamous Keel Curl of which we shall speak later On the other s crtoryd cidiesf caor1f stavoriteltted up as it iwith comfortable han riou backtGroveIUhealthgiving ron spring water and the beautiful akedoOrchartlyPt every amusement and is today classed with the first resorts ot the south thoia8JIthe Keele pcthatesboritighmade for the remedy is sure to be dis pcplace It Mrs W E Harden nee Miss Fran kye Doty arrived from East Lake Ala this week to visit relatives at grecareand of tho difficulty the people are a1n in pahewieverNoentralsaysMrs as ie Ky announces tho engagement sli of her daughter Ruth Mathews to Lieutenant Allen Gullion of the United States Army The date of the 1rdaY1September tie Miss Mathews has visited her- nda is quito well remembered News p relleasantmorningreceptiollt ofetweenuite a number of guests called an- ne i hospitalityofind sister Mrs Mary Smith and MisslGrace Smith of Ohio whose honor the reception was given avequeishomes arid for this ocasion was elab orately decorated with a profusion of Mil ilowrrs and ferns Delicious ices cakes and confections wire served i Ihe dining room Mesdames W Fl Luxon Jr and fjWilliam Broaddns at the frappe table which was a favorite retreat J W Arnold T II Prckels Elmer and A n Miller assisted receiving and entertaining The was beautiful in its details and numberedamong tie social suc eases In alter years a mart may regret tl ate attended his own wedding Beware of Summer Germs- Will J Cause Sickness WithMdigestion strengtnuii remarkable Cincinnati presided Mesdames will make the whole digestive system so healthy clean and sweet that food cannot ferment and any disease germs- wbiehmay enter the stomach will destoynd beI JtiHt one small tablet out of a 50 cent box of Miona before puling1 and you will have no headaches backache earingheartbuntor jroneral debility It will tone up the digestive system anti give perfect health anti strunuth Take Mioim now and U L Middle niolinyI Secuiitf Trust 1 Safety Vault Co KY 500000StockholdersSurplus J85000 Offers protection to patrons of i Over a Million Dollars Pays interest on Savings Deposits at the rate t SemiAnnuallyandor DateDepositsJel with paw book or certificates on the day received Personal be inttrvieTS iirfcnowl and inquiries by mail solicited Ask for pamphlet Absolute Safety Assured VJamesebaid T Anderson lC ec A Tn as f ICGn M Si1linanSupt oiYnulto whoIsees o e health of the hotel guests aaide eleydDwightIllinoisbit the Whiskey habit and the t different is given there Not ly these alilictions are successfully eated but those suffering1 from nerve haustion also and in all these differ cases a cure is guaranteed Their stem of treatment is rational and sc ientific and the cures arc effected by narcotizedVremoving the drutr necessity when tile aving itself disappears It is thus en that according to their system res are affected by eradicating the use of the difficulty in other words riking at the root of the matter This one department at Crab Orchard stands t above all others as most important when our country is filled with pit la bio wrecks from tire use of horrible tiloseIoilswn from over work worry etc Crab Orchard is open ths entire year and huts always been one of the most Southind and as a place to rostit is with otherIer sojournItn tion can be learned By writing to that enialhosthINTS TO HOUSEWORKEKS Nothing is more important to tie hardworking housekeeper than toukeep her liver properly working otherwise that le sallow look and tired feeling ll make her look and feol as a dOIrI thing will keep you ill to the mark with out injurous stiimlation so well Dr Cald wells laxative Syrup PepI iretfor constipation Ihlioiisness and In digestion Sold by PorryThomas at C0cand100 Money buck if it fallsI The Mean Thinf Princeton Mo man took a cruel revenge on his nweetheart after a ar t recently Sire had returned to himf the letters and gifts received In mo tobeface powder and with thorn a 1I0teI explaining that be had probably car d that much away on his coat collar Salfro OF Blue Grass Land reStockments and Householdtu Furnituredr As executors of tire lat will and testament of M jor John D HarrIs dr ceased tire undersigned will sell on Thursday Sept J4 05 on the premises beginning at nine olock a in all of8aHI decedents stock farming utensils and three hundred acres of corn in the field On RiFridaybeginning at nine oclock a m we will sell the household and kitchen fur niture III tile late residence of the de cedont Ladies are especially invited to be present at Fridays sale For par ticulars as to the sale of personalty reference il here made to separate sale bill ON Thursday 14 05 SIMMEDIATEEJYLUNCH 1282 acres of laud will be offered for sale in eight separate tracts The tracts comprise the larger part ol the farm of Major John D Harris anti are a splendid body of fertile blue grass Mterboisonfrom Richmond Ky and on the L N railroad with a platform in the front yard of the main residence We will first offer LOT No 10 on pin contalnin2102acres On this tract located BIytheWood which is one the best improved and one of the ha t bedbrickThere are located on this tract all nee essary out buildings and a very large tobacco barn We will next offer LOT No9 p cin10eeThena faold0money9 candgether and will sell the same in ti moneyTheRAAlac where Major John D Harris father lived they are located tiir miles from Richmond Ky on the La caster turnpike and are all in blue gr and there are four houses on the sari and one large tobacco barn They a so located as to make excellent aim farms conveniently situated anti am separatelyhirtyfoot a t between slid lots Nos 1 and 3 sal hat Nos 2 and 4 will have a free and ample pass way to the Lancaster turnpike road These four lots combined contain COS acres and together make one of the beet and most productive farms of that ize in Madison county Ky It is well watered there being thereon a pond and a large never failinir goh We will next offer LOT No5 per plat containing 304 acres This tract has a half mile frontage on tire Alone airs turnpike watered and will a very desirable farm either alone or in connection with any of ting other tracts already relerred to it convenient to all A good tenant house is located on this tract a good pond aUllI a nrver failing spring We will tliPn offer LOT No C of 101 a cres This is known as the Duncan land and them is no more fertile land I letL N railroad and is on a good county 15 rood Fine sale of these lands will present one of the heat opportunities ever nile r ed in Madison for safe and orotitahieacquiring of spGtud blue grass home They are all located convenient to the oturnpikeroad there being two stations on the farm lire convenient to churches and the best schools and are in one of II grandest farming communities in the state TERMSBPossession of tile BIythewood res = tivenimmediatelysion of the residue of the property to he sold will be given on or before Jan 1st 1900 but purchasers will have the rig hiP tofence illfthepurchasemoneyequal installments in s x twelve alld Public luighteqn t n T purchasers will berequlred to ex notes good security payable the executors bearing legal interest m Dec 30th 1905 until pid and alien will be retained to secure the unpaid purchase money arid interest deed to be executed on first payment of purchase money Said lands wilt be sold without re serve or bybid and tine sales will be solute title good Farm can be adied by train leaving Richmond on N railroad at 830 a m and re rning leaves front yard of residence 5 p m For further particulars ftd- ess Hon C M CI Jr Paris Ky S H Stone Louisville Ky or T J CnrHs Richmond Ky The latter re rides upon the farm anti would he glad to show the same to all partiesdesiring to inspect the lands or personalty S II STONE CTU CLAY TJOURTIS Executors of J D Harris deceased NB Blue prints showing survey of the ove land can be found at all banks in chmond anRl64t Public Sale- S Blue GrassLands tock Crops Farming Imple ments Householdand Kitchen Furniture The undersigned as executors of ajor John D Harris deceased will il on faily Seplenk lJ 1315 ANDt rl 5 M each day at the hour of 9 v propertyiz9 brood mares one by Black Squirre yearlingprolts 2 good driving horses 18 extra ood young Jacks and 20 jennets 12 milk cows and calves 5 yearling heif ra 3 yearlingsteersj Shorthorn bull nd 50 head of export cattle numerous rming imDlementsconsistingof wag binders mowers cultivators plows arness plowgear hay rakes also arriage 2 buggies 2 sets of buggy arness 1 cattle scale 1 platform scale theftstraw Lunch will be served at 12 oclock 1282nresiIPence landtii8 On Friday Sept 15 1905 at nine oclock a m we will sell the household and kitchen furniture of said parlorand rugs a very handsome old mahogany side board dining table and chairs lso china and table ware 1 hall set at rack chairs 1 large mirror very handsome window curtains also 1 nearly new Majestic Cooking Range and all kitchen furniturein short nil the furniture of klDIo this magnificent country homestead This sale be made without re s L oadiessecond day when tine household and kitchen furniture will be sold The farm can be reached by railroad from Richmond Ky The train leaves Richmond at 830 a m and returning aves the front yard of residence atUpm TERMS All articles bringing 20 and less must be paid for in cash For all article- sver20 the purchasers shall execute notes with good security payable to the executors on Dec 30th 1005 withI ht Interest until maturity Terms of le sale must be complied with before moving propertyC11 CLAYS H STONE T J For particulars aa to land sale see- eparath bill Tile colored teachers institute is In session this week hdvini couvoned- yesterday it Is Ueing conddted by rof F L Williams flf ov rl ton New Bookkeeper Mr Joseph M finn of Paris has accepted a position ai bookkeeper with e M C Kttllogs Company He will enter upon his duties as soon as lilt wifes condition permits she having reo cenlly undergone a serious operation nt Lexington hospital i i Prominent Physicians Praise CRANITONIC RUBFoODWhen a large number of physicians use and CraniTonlcHairFood as a remedy for and its predisposing causes therecan be no question as tb the merits of the preparation thesephysiciansunqualifiedly recommend the use of CraniTonic HairFood and the preparationsWefor promoting the growthof the hair has ever received no other such preparation emphaticand unqualified indorsement front the medical profersion as has beenfreely to CraniTonicgiven HairFood The isreason plain It ispreparation which does all that is claimed for it and which is entirely one free from injurious chemical compounds we uo not puoizsn fancy pitures 01 men anti wonien r showing abnormalWe do not assert CraniTonnc will grow hair growths of hairon every head If thereadvertised or not wIdth will grow hair when the roots are is any remedy deadto pay aOOOO to any charitable institution on we ready receiving satisfactory ment of this miracle It would be just as reasonable to proof of the accomplish life a remedy which would rive rootsWeA TRIAL BOTTLE FREE We dont ask any one to invest anyone who requests it until they have tried the preparation at our a cent in CraniTonicexpense WE BUY TilE FIRSTCRANITONIC HAIRFOOD AND THE FIRST PACKAGE BOTTLE OP OFAND SCALP SOAP AND PRESENT IT TO YOU FREE We CRANITONIC SKIN couldknew that the remedy cured scalp diseases and grew hair not do this unless we To take advantage of this offer of a free test of CraniTonic fillbottom of this advertisement being careful to write out the coupon at theyour name andwill send you free without 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YorkiPlcasc cnd me free sample ofCr ni Tonic HairFood and Skin and Scalp Soap 1Te Addreas Gilt sicle My noarestdriiggist 18 Aapecial sate of CraniTonic hairFood is being iteM at PERRY THOMAS i = i HaI Ii Jl I Lrt lli DRY GOODS NOTIONS SUITS CLOAKS FURS WRAPS c AlbertThe Florist Agent for Honakerts Flowers Telephone 188 Ask Your Neighbor which is the best Mower to buy and his answer will be If you want a Mower that will last longer pull lighter andcut your grass from season to season year in and year out with ut trouble or loss of time and to give you perfect satisfaction you will haVe tcJ buy an Ideal Deering Mower Call and let us show you why the Ideal Deering Mower is the best and let us price you a Mower and Rake We him all kinds of Sulky Spring Steel Teeth Rakes and Sweep Rakes ranging in price from S18 to 40 When in town call and let us show and price you our line of Hay Presses Stackers Sweep Rakes Sulky Rakes Gas Engines Pumps and Birdsell Wagons Dont buy a farming tool without first pricing and looking over our lin- eD 1 B1 Shockelf ord Co Estill Springs w R THOMAS Malinger Irvine Kentucky TELEPHONE GROWTHTho Cumberland Tehphonn and Telegraph Company hits issued statement subcribtirs130582NumberNumber discontinued during mouth 2OII Net increase 752 Total number pnbscrihers July 311905 131334 rII PM POPElHeadquarters Hardware Stoves Ranges Fine line of Enameled Ware just received Pocket and Table Cutlery Guns Loaded Shells Ammunition of all kinds Farming Implements BuildersHardware ifull line of Wagon MaterialSpokes Rims Shafts etc Get my prices on Fruit Cans J tnandsee me 204 Main Stree nJf IJ- ir J If 0 t i JF jiv 1 Bardirt Prices on VEHleLBS for August The Vehicle With a Name guarknteemeans orhoursthevehicleconfines of your pocketbook C P Higgins The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY AUG lj 1905 n Species of Stegomyia Fasciata th yellow fever mosquito have bee- found in Lexington The Ladies Society of the Freebyterian church announces a cou day dinner for October court day 1wi1lrent for the year 190G m farm at Rnnlon Grove Address me at Warn Elmer J Noble augG3t The had odor which emanates from some of the residences In Richinoi- Is a good indication that sanitary pre caution shoul be taken at once Board of Health should see that al bylawThe Fourth Quarterly meeting wil- be held at the Methodist Church Sat urday and Sunday August 19 and 20 Preaching Saturday at 3 p m and on Sunday as usual Quarterly Conference at close of Saturday afternoon service The protracted meeting at the Methodist church closed last Frida night after continuing for two weeks Rev J R Savage of Winchester who conducted the services made many friends here and pleased his hearers by his splendid sermons He is pleasing speaker and much good is sure to result from his preaching Mttttaf at Broekstown A protracted meeting began at Brooks town Sundav It is being conducted by Rev Stafford of Louisville and is attracting large crowds For Sale I desire to sell privately my entire dary outfit ROUT L FnEscnI augltMt Richmond KyI Another Premium Winner Mr N G Todd the merchant prince of lirasufleld captured the premium Saturday at the Korea fair on his fine black mare which was entered m the best roadster ringITeachers Institute Announcement has been made of the Institute for white teachers which will be held August 21 at Caldwell High School and will be conducted by Prof W R Eubnuks of Midway Goes to Georgetown Mr G W Reasor the well known druggist who for sometime past has been with R C StocKton has accepted a position in Georgetown His friends here wish much him success in his new home Remotes b White Hall Dr J W Scudder who has practiced lis profession at Union City ever lIinrpI his graduation from the Medical College has removed to White Hall and will occupy the place made vacant by Dr G G Perrys removal to this city Dr Scudder is one of our countys most prominent young physicians andIhe has many friends and patrons whoI regret his change but who wish him great success in his new localityt Mr J W faring III It was with deepest regret that we learned of Mr J W Zarings serious illness He was removed last week to Ithe Pattie A Clay Infirmary where he is resting as comfortably as can be ex pected UtJj8 suffering with an aggravated form of stomach trouble The Climax joins in with others in wlshin that this splendid man and citizen shallt soon be restored to his usual health toI his family and friends In The Oil Belt Paden Ind Ter the new town in the Creek Nation is within the oil belt and at different points near the town site the natural oil comes out of the ground and a company is now being organized to bore for it To the northeast of town is a mountain of iron oreI BO large as to be noted by the government topographers and with the de VPlopment of the country it win no doubt be used Frank Leslie Ru ellt nf this city is offering a few choice lots in tins thriving town at the low price nfSIOoach If vou want to purchase a fow of these lots you must act quickly as thny will soon all be sold For fur ther particulars call at or telephone CLIMAX OFFICE Promoted Mr llnlinrt rigs has been promo ted t i the position fRHeistant postmaster Mr Grige lias been employed in thp 11lM for several yours in different rain Hes and has always proved himself capable and efficient He is a son of M r W T Griggs our popular liv eryman and in a vounir man of qualities His friends congratulate him upon his worthy promotion Mr R I French has been given the clerk ship We fret safe in saying that a bettor Rolnction for this important position coud not have been made Mr French is a son ot Mr William French and ha fur some time been one of our bes- known farmers and dairymen He IP a young man of splendid character and sterling qualities and will be a valuable addition to the Posloffice He entered upon his new ditties Saturday lhanrc of Tim e on the L N =The L A N has changed the leavln time of the morning train for Stanford formerlyThis southoRowlandnImportant Rnllae by Attorney General Hays AttorneyttAgents must be represented by they County Attorney of the county where thny sue for back taxes on omitted prop erty and they have no authority to employ other counsel In such proceeding CakedMrs George Myers whose cakes wine premiums where ever shown took lha 1blue ribbon twice last week on lost elegant black cake The first one at Winchester and the other at Berea 1Sirs Myers has few equals as a cake and we congratulate heron her great success Injured by an L N fraln IThomas Enright was struck by an L N freight train at Madle a station near Berea last Friday morning Hi aytoIInfirmary where his wounds were dressed The injured Enrightaour townsman Farmers Cub to Organize Here Saturday A meeting of farmers will be held at the court house next Saturday at one oclock for the purpose of organizing a farmers club which will be under the auspices of the Department of Agriculture Labor and Statistics of this State All farmers are urged to attend There will be no cost for membership and many benefits will be derived from the organization Remember the Saturday August 19 at 1 oclock Richmond Winners in Tennis Tournament The great Tennis Tournament hold it Estill Springs last week was a nota event ard attracted large crowds Among the list of players was McLach tin of Glasgow Scotland who won the Heather championship of Scotland- In the single entries Prof ins T Bar rett of this city won against Mr John onof Lebanon also against Mr Juett house of Lexington In the double entries Prof Barrett and Mr DIa C Kellotg won against Messrs Shouse and Lancaster of Lexington Contrail Let tor Construction of Kentucky Capitol Tire contract for the construction of the new Kentucky capitol was warded by the State Commission at Frankfort Tuesday night to the General Supply and Construction Company of New York The contract price is 880000 and a bond of 225 100 is to be executed for the completion of the work within two years the date the contract is signed the building is to be of stone frcm he Bedford Ind quarries with a Jase of granite Bloody Battle at Harrodsburf The entire town of Harrodsburg is in state of excitement over the battle chi h occurred there last Thursday light and resulted in the death of Sam 0 Black and Walter Stotts and the serious injury of Policeman Wm Brit The fight is the outcome of an grudge between Britton and Stotts Both Black and Stotts were formerly If this county the first named having it one time been a member of the Kentucky Legislature He was a bachelor while Stotts leaves a widow and daughter New foal firm I have opened up a coal business iga n at the same place opposite Ice Plant where I have been located for dx years the past year with the Big Hill Coal Co I will handle some of best grades of Jellico coal also the Brush Creek coal and I respectfully solicit a share of the patronage of the aetple of Richmond and Madison county and shall endeavor to make my prices very attractive and will please von in the quality of coal Uet my rices before buying your winter supply Telephone 93 tug 3m II F BARKER Want High Prices tor tattle Joseph Bale of Richmond the well mown cattle buyer of Swnrtzchild iulzberger of New York was in the slty Wednesday and Thursday Mr Bales was looking at several bunches of ineourchasing It seems said he to an tdvocate reporter that the people in Boyle and adjoining counties want higher prices than the mutest will af lord at present Our firm can buy cat Newsthantthey can buv Kentucky cattle and shid to New York It is a business propo sition and the local feeders will not get the trice they askDanville Advo cate NOW IS THE TIME f TO B- UYWinter CoalCLEAN DRY AND CHEAP We are offering Red Ash Coal at prices that are attractive and quality unsurpassed All kinds of Building Supplies Wall Plaster Feed etc Phone 142 Leticher Wilt Phone 142 I r- rI J SrawHats A1 HALF = PRICEHeres your chance for a Straw Hat Every straw in the house the cheap Buckeyes and Mexicans has been cut to half price jBig loss to us big gain to you We cant afford to carry them over you cant afford to do without one with thiee months of hot i weather Jbefore you Throw away the old faded lidand get under a bright clean one Be first for best choice 350 for 175 0 300 H 150 d 250 125 f 200H tOO i 150 4 75 50g r i x tg COVINGTON Little Love Stories Mr James T McIntosh formerly of Estill county flow of BarboursvllIe and MissCallieWarnerofFordwere married last Friday at the brides home The room is 55 years old and this is Ins fourth matrimonial alliance His bride who is only 18 formerly lived In this county WELCOME Mr and Mrs Cecil Beatty of Garrard county are rejoicing over the birth of a ten pound son News has been received by friends here of the birth of a handsome son to Mr and Mrs Herman H Frasa in New Decatur Ala The little stranger has been christened Charles Edward in honor of Mr Charles Frasa and its naternal grandfather Mr Cartwrl- ghtDEATIfig THOMAS Mrs Annie Thomas aged 39 wile of JauiPsThomaB died Monday after a lingering illness of several nonths with consumption She leaves wo children Funeral services were ouducted by Rev OJ Young The leceased was a daughter of Mr and Mrs E F Masters Valley View Ar sent Has Located in Madison Dr John Rutledge has dicided to locate at Foxtown Madison county where he will succeed Dr Young Foxtown is well located for a physician and the community Iscomposed of finl- leople and we believe Dr Butledgp uirt his neighbors will bo mutually leased with each other He is a young nan of fine ability splendid morals md comes from ono of our best fami ties lie graduated recently at the Louisville College of Medicine and io horoughly equipped for the practice of his profession Winchester Democrat TjhpoU pore Reports are to the effect that typhoid fever is becoming prevalent in our town There have been one or two tenths Several noW cases wore an nounced last week among them being Mr James Shackelford Jr Mr Pan Bit main and a negro man in Dr G G Pbrrys employ All three of these vases are on West Main street Miss fosephine Wagers who is at the P C Infirmary is reported to bo doing ao well as can be expected At this season of the year residents cannot be too careful about their promises and they should see to it that their drlnkhlI water is pure Is marriage a failure It is hard tf leUunless you see the wedding preach You cant tell by the clothes a nwn wears what he is wortht Read This i Hopkinsville Ky Juno 7111011 Dr E W Hall St LouisMo Dear Sir I have sold your Texas Yonder Halls Great Discovery for the past three years and from experience I can jay I never sold any kidney and blad der remedy of euperipr merits p Most respectfully Thomas D Armistead A Texas Wonder One small bottle of the Texas Wonr der Halls Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes rayel cures diabetes s8mlnaemiss- lolls weak and lame backs rheumy tism and al irregularities of the kidney and bladder in both men and women regulates bladder troubles children If not sold by your drupggl will be sent by mail on receipt of fL One small bottle fe two months treat ment and seldom fails to perfect a cure Dr Ernest W Hall sole manu facturer P O box 82S Kt Leaks Me I Send for tea4hreeiala ktljyaU t1rupi hBqtl Il Lofty Tribute to Mr Woods From ExFresiden Kentucky Press IA sdciatlon There is more genuine sincere friendship existing among the members of the Kentucky Press Association than in any other body or organization that we know mid we belong to almost every lodge and secret society in existence and there is one member of tho press whom every editor loves with all his heart and that man is Clarence E Woods of Richmond He is big hearted and as gentle as a girl and hif lovely manners sincere bearing and construct effort to be of some service to others have caused the newspaper men to form an affection for him which time nor adversity can not eliminate If the entire population of the country was composed of men like he there would never be cause for tears or de spondencv Exnepresentatlre W W Combs Dead Not unexpected was the death of ExRepresentative W W Combs which occurred last Thursday at his home at Moberlr this county For weeks those nearest and dearest to him had watched by his bedside hoping against hope friends far and near eager y asked for news from the sick cham her but always came the tame answer ho is gradually sinking Deceased was about 55 years old and was one of the bst known citizens of this county He asllt one time Madisons representative in the General Assembly of the State and was one ot the staunchest members of the Democratic party in the county He was a splendid iiti zen and a true man in every sense of the word His death Is a distinct loss to our county and is mourned by more j than his immediate family He is survived by his wife who has the tender est sympathy of all in her bereave went His funeral which was largely attended was conducted Sunday alter noon at the College Hill cemetery where his remains were laid to rest Adjourned Meeting of Uty Condl On account of time being required by the Water k Light Co to consider the question of lighting the city the regular Council meeting was adjourned un til last Friday night at which time this matter was taken up and deeded ThtIThe Water k Light Co accepted the there year contract agreeing to furnish the Welshback burners and light the city for the above length of time Hon W Smith appeared before the Council in regard to the citys ice sup ply When the ice plant way first thought of and Richmond chosen as a locition the town was progressive enough to exempt the company from taxation for five years and the Council recommended that at the expiration of that time this exemption should bo ex tended five years more It was con tllently hoped and expected that this new industry would reduce the price of icu in our town very materially but it has so far failed the price remaining the same It was to investigate this matter that Mr Smith was present and gffererl srmm suggestions Mr Smith suggested that since the price remain ed thin same and the new company refused to sell to private consumers the Council should withdraw that exemp tion He turthermore stated that he would take the matter to court if necessary offering his legal services to the of cost A committee representing the street 1exhibitJennings Maupin and L W MillenDthis being n tie the Mayor dec favor of the fair Mat Horse Injure a race at Berea Fair birdetwhile being driven by Robt stepped lute a ditch which hall recently beep with dirt and broke hs let t toil The horse which Is valued atbl090haabeesiaced ina plaate- ees a reeerd of 14 avjir a half mils track i l y Nov On The Creat Street Fair in Progress After hard work on the part of the different showmen the various attrac tions forming the Street Carnival were ready for business Monday night The streets surrounding the court house present a minature Midway and to the ear sounds like several Midways for on every sand the spellers are vying with each other There is also a brns8 band that makes the scenes more lively The Carnival comprises varied shows such as The Moonshiners The Great Train Robbers ant Personal fhe Old Plantation The Arcade Vaudeville Theatre and Flying Dutchman There are also a number of free attractions namely Miss Teddie Arnold in acro batic turns Mr Charles Arnold in flying trapeze work Dare Devil Wallace in his daring leap for life and Prof Reynolds Military Band These shows are all well worth the price of admis stun and are clean and entertaining such that will be especially enjoyed by the ladies and children It will con tinue throughout this week It Horrible Accident at NkholasYille Jundlon While enroute to Kingston this county to visit relatives Mrs Mary Beange of Dayton Ohio met with a fatal accident at Nicholasville Junction Sunday night and what started out to be a reunion with lovedonesand a trip of enjoyment ended in pain and death Sirs Beange was asleep when the train from Cincinnati reached Kicholnsville nd made an effort to get off while the locomotive was moving She missed her footing and fell beneath the wheels both legs being cut off She was taken to St Joseph hospital in Lexington where she died Monday atternoon from her injuries Mrs Beangi was before her marriage Mis Mary Riddell of Kingston and she was on her way to visit her brother Mr Rolla Riddell whcn the accident occurred Until three years ago she together with her Family lived at Dreyfus moving from their to Dayton Ohio whero she has since resided She is survived by a husband and three children Some Errors Apparfnj In the Telephone Directory and New Names Added 1he following is a list of correction of errors that occured iu the last published telephone directory 308 P F Adams Fourth street 239 Miss Lucy Brandenburg 3rd street 534 D H Break High street 210 W B Bright Lancaster ave 103 A C Scanlon Lexington pike 440b Wilson Tate Irvine pike 301 J A Todd Big Hill pike 334 A J Tribble Irvine pike 401 Fount Winkler 207 Hugh Jesse 633 Wm Devore Fifth street The following is a list of news names aided since the completion of the directory 12 W R Letchfr Sr 510a M A BiggerstafI 510x H A Williams 554 Alex King 555 Ben Unethe 556 Harvey Douglas 557 W B Cravens 559 Lillie Fields 561 Jesse Dykes 461b Ira Foster S3 H FBarkAr coal office Estill aYe May Recover The little tennionthsold daughter of Mr and Mrs Thomas P Bratton who has been critically ill for several weeks past is now better and has chances to recover Mr ifnil Mrs Bratton have had the deepest sympathy of our people during their days of anxiety and only the hest medical skill and nursing have restored the little one thus far It is the Jiopeofall that this ira jtultiwats i i IT f DEEP eurs ON i Its against our policy to carry Low Shoes from one season to another So here goes rushout prices on every pair in stock The famous flanan Walk=Over BostonianI and Beacon Brands- in the finest patent kid patent calf vici kid and 1 Russia tans 500 for 375 400 h 295 E 350 llC 265 E 300 44 235 250H s p 185r 150H 120 If youve never worn low cuts try a pair and see how cool and omPortable E Resolutions Adopted by the Waco Lodge on Death ot W W Combs At a call meeting of Waco Lodge 7 o 358 F and A M held Sunday Angi the Master stated that the object o the meeting was to pay the last sad funeral rites to our deceased brother W W Combs The following resolu tions were unanimously adopted WIIEHEAS By the death of Brother W W Combs our lodge has lost ai w rthy member the community a god energetic citizen and his wife a d voted husband Therefore be it JiVsoZmf That the lodg be draped in mourning and that the members wear the usual badge thirlydays Resolved That we tender our heartfelt sympathy to his widow and stand read to be her friend and benefactor at any time she needs counsel or friends Rctlctd That these resolutions be spread on the minutes a copy be sent publis1iedA W Williams W T Fielder C L Searcy Committee Sacrifice Sale quitbusinessYolk Hence I offer at a sac rifie beginning June 1st my enture stock of goods otall kins and there is none super ior in this section Also the following personal property My 2story brick residence on Main street My 2story brick residence on Collins street known as the Barlow place A gentle pony rubber tire cart and harness One 4yearold HaxhallVat ican mare A firstclass phaeton AH parties owing me will please call andsettle B W TURNERRichmond Ky Public Sale I will sell at public sale to the highest and best bidder my stock crops farm higiriiplementahoueeholdaudeitchenfuuihture THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 1 1905 at 10 a m 011 the farm known as the Till Chenault place on the lioouesboro and Red House turnpike two miles from Red House which consists of the following property towit I Mule five years old 2 Mules three years old 4 Mutes two years old 3 Mules yearlings Mule Colt 2 Brood Mares 2 Family Buggy Horses 21 Twoyear old Steers 4 Yearling Steers 4 Yearling Heifers Cows and Calves Shorthorn Bull 80 Extra tiood Ewes H Good Brood Sowa Lot of Slioats Lot of Hay in bale 25 Acres of Corn in field 2 Fnrm Wajons 1 Spring Wagon r1 Carriage 1 Deerine Mower 1 Hay Rake 1 Wheat Drill 1 Disc Harrow C StrippersI latest im proved power 1 Power Cutter with blower 1 Corn and Cob Mill 1 Stove Wood Saw 1 Corn Planter Lot of Plows Harness Cultivators and all kindsut small farming imple ments fat of Lumber Several Hog Homes Household and Kitchen Furniture E B EVANS LOBK Tom Cheaault Auetfeaewr e c BANKS IEX IIlII I x rDIeIe g theX I Great O- utIIof SHOESl flats and Mens Furnishings IBeginning Friday August 4and continuing for A DAYS UAS11PleaseItively will not charge any goods to any one except at our regular prices posi Ideas t5 00 Shoes for 3 79 Mcns 2 00 Shoes for 1 69 Ladies 2 00 Shoes for f1 69 LadiesMens 2 00 Oxfords for 1 69 1 50 Shoes for 1 19Mens 3 50 Oxfords for 29 Ladies 3 50 Shoes forL i 2 79 Ladies 1 50 Oxfords for 1 19 39Mona29A99Menspi The above prices m theQuoen Hats4AHarrop Gist celebrated brands and we offer you anything in tne house at the s 279IIr2a and Underwear lenowleadersi 1 Garments 79c 50c Garments 39c 1 Shirts I y and Neckwear r the leaderscarrying the largest stock and almost wtIn this department you will always find us UIJ to Traveldkerchiefs a greatrIIuyIND ARNOLD I J ik 1jt1- L TLLprf1 =v l iT i1 IK 1 11Ro C4 = t C 4F f f J TeT XX r Ili I I LACKEY jAND HAMILTON t O I Will Continue To Give f SPECIAL PRICES ON OOD8 I Always The Best For The Least Price I 4 TmI I I 1mT leIIll el l ItIl I X el IeX I lo I u ACYLICYt LlIoI o There is nothing like GOOD FLOUR t Every housewife every cook knows that Good eakes Rolls Biscuits cannot be made without good Flour Our mill turns out the very best that can be had Our process for making Flour and Meal is of the latest Our brands are Elliston Patent Natural Pro due Belle of Madison Elliston Mill Co WACO KENTUCKY DENTAL ST7HGERY Dr 1a t ton O DNT19T OF LOUISVILLE Ky 44OOce next door to Government Building lobmSnd Ky Office hours 9 to 121 to 4 nevlTly unn V M Blanton r DENTIST 4Office iu Bennett Building 2nly TELEPHONE 196 nnFor Rent Nice store room on Second street suitable for grocery or other line of merchandise Apply to Judge J C Chenaiilt or this office tf Special Rales Via L i N Special rates in effect via L AN railway ou each Wedneslay and Saturday during the months of August and September tickets will be sold to Hot Springs Eureka Springs Ark and Eldorado Springs Mo at one fare plus S2 except that in no case will the limit be later than Oct 31 Limit days from date of sale Account National Encampment Grand Army of the Republic tickets will be sold to Denver Colorado Springs or Pueblo Col Aug 29 to Sept 1U 2635 for the round trip DR LANUMAN Hotel Glyndon Wednesday AugO 1905 J rcIe Furniture Carpets Stoves j J- J I It will prove to pour advantage to see our before buy ing lied Room Suits Folding Beds Wood Beds Iron Beds J Bed Lounges Side Boards Hall tacks Chairs I Extension Tables Center Tables Cooking Stoves CarpetsJ Mattings Rugs Lace Curtains Floor Oil Cloth Refriger jtators or almost needed in the home at prices and Jterms to suit the pursetJjt Cash or Easy Terms j- j 7Lumaiz ins t Main street opposite Hotel Glyndon Richmond Ky C rr r rr 412 Wilk Baxter 412 Factory Agent for Wall Paper Paints Glass etc I have secured tho agency for the Fr Beck Co of New York and Chicago the largest manufacturers of the best WALL 1APEllS in the world If you are going to paper it will pay you to inspect this line as it is a truly decorative line and not in the hands of every paste boy in the country Buy your paper from me and get the best thats made W P BaxterEa- st Main St Telephone 412 Richmond Ky Remember Paper and Borders Cost Same Price J jJ J J J J JJ 0Messrsthe energetic64proprietors of the j ii Racket Store t are now showing some rofof the y h handsomest China ever brought to1 ft 4 this city Theyare also exhibiting r it some very exquisite pattern in- v Genuine Cut Glass 1Their generalstock comprises ev J housekeper1ftV in need of beautiful Queensware and CutGlasst 0 t J I I 3 Dr G G PerryI Physician and Surgeon Hourn8iTOtollanl 2 tot pm Office with Dr Bales over Rice Arno ta Res Tele 52S BICHMONr KY R W MILLER ATTODBTTL4W BICHMOHD Kjcrruorr Office n the Barn m Building next door to armers National Bank eb3ly stlIjziIvA JA ATTOaNEYATLAw- RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over State Bank Trust Co op posite Court House on Main Street J 0 D M OHENAULT ATTORNEYSATLAWRI- CHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen nits grocer- yJACKSON ROBERTS ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office in John Bennetts old law office over Perry Thomas drug store EVER WATCHFUL A Little Care Will Save Many Richmond Readers Future Trouble Watch the kidney secretions See that they have the amber hue of healthSThe discharges not excessive or Infrequent Contain no brick dust like sedi mentDoans Kidney Pills will do this for youThey watch the kidneys and cure them when theyre sick Mrs James Bliss of 231 Race St Lexington Ky says I bad been troubled with my back and kidneys for three or four years and have doctored and tried medicines without number but never found anything to give suet effective relief as Doans Kidney Pills- I had much difficulty from kidney secretions particularly noticeable at night Doans Kidney Pills not only corrected this but they relieved me ol the dull heavy aching pain accompany lug it They are a wonderful remedy- I feel better than I have for a long time Plenty more proof like this from Richmond people Call at B L Middcltons drug store and ask his cus tomers report For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilburn- Co Buffalo N Y sole agents for the United States Remember the name Doans and take no other Upon My HonorIAs an American Citizen I consider First Aid to the to be Americas most reliable household remedy I fully believe and will guarantee Paracamph to be the quickest and surest relieving and healing agent ever offered to the for Burns Cuts Bruises Swellings and Inflammations It is an absolute preventive of Blood Poisoning for which reason alone it should be kept in eery home shop or factory Paracamph heals without leaving ugly scars It does not dry and scab but actually heals from the bottom of unequaledforNeuralgia Rheumatic Swellings Sore Feet Sore Muscles Itching and Burning Skin Itching Piles Insect Bites Swell superioriskin penetrates directly to the seat of the ailment stimulates the circulation removes the congestion and draws out all soreness fever and inflammation by inducing sweating I guarantee every bottle of Para =ph to do exactly what is claimed for it when applied as directed- If used as advised without th promised results every retail druggist is to the money Dont take any substitute there is nothing just good as Paracamph Sold only in 25c COc and 100 bottles by all good druggists or sent direct EBSpicer General Manager The Para lampb Company Louisville Ky FOR SALE BY Perry and Thomas 6MARKSSnCIUCIIIUATI Rubbersj j Salesman n C BOGUS o oouoooo rhCTOiulitions for germs to cause bowel trc ohlBdlarrhoffaorothcrsiimnicrillnost I Mlona will soothe and heal the irri- tatedt mucous membrane of the stomacl ind digestive tract stimulate the sola plexus and stren tneu the whole Her vous system This remarkable remedy Seculity Trust LEXINGI Capital Stockholders Liability Surplus Offers protectfc MjPays 3 per cent Compo and issues C of lct cenDeposits certlficnteonnnd A1cdtp B H Luxon Bro have the nicest lot ot timothy bay in Madison county Call ou theza whea in i1dtl PROGRAM Madison County Teachers Institute to be held at Caldwell High School Building AUGUST 2125 1905 J Wm Wagers Supt Prof W R Eubanks Instructor 1st Every teacher of a common school is required to attend the lull session of the Institute The law makes it the duty of the County Su perintendent to revoke the certificate of any teacher who fails to at tend the full session 5 day gmless the Superintendent shall be fully satisfied that such failure has been caused by actual sickness or other disability 2nd The program has been prepared with the view to inform teach ers what they are expected to discuss and they will be expected to talk or have a well prepared paper upon the theme assigned them We are exceedingly proud of the record made by teachers last year during the Institute but few teachers aoked to be excused nearly all responded with excellent papers or good talks Let us hold the standard ot the Institute work to the point to which we have raised it 3rd The Institute is a school where teachers are taught to teach it is not a weeks outing a week of visiting nor a week for shoppIng But quoting the language of our Syllabus It is to cultivate the true professionalspirit and to inspire the teacher with lofty ideals To extend the teachers professional and social acquaintance with their fellows To discuss and illustrate the latest and best methods of organizing managing and teaching a school 4th Let every teacher come up to tho full measure of his duty and with the spirit herein indicated and we will make this as good ifnot the best Institute that Madison counly has ever had Trustees patrons all teachers and Iriends to the cause ot education are cordially invited to attend J War WAOERS County Superintendent August 21st 1905 Monday Morning 1000 Call to order by County Superintendent Scripture Lesson and PrayerRev G W Shepherd d Address to teachers Hon It W Miller Election of officers Enrollment of teachers 7 AddressProf W R Eubanks Instructor 1200 Noon 130 a Roll call b Music c announcements 145 PedagogyThe sensesProf Eubanks 245 Recess 300 Primary reading a Alphabet word sentence and phonic methods which do you use Why b do you teach names of letter Prof J B Harris How do you use the blackboard and chart How use objects and pictures How teach the relation words in on ti- pelclC F Brock Expression a How cultivate the pitch ot the voice b low ana indistinct utterance c hesitation and d drawing- a When introduce the reading bookMre J W Stephens Intermediate and advanced reading a Assignment and length of lesson b Preparation of lesson by pupil bvteachertMiss Ellen Hays J Recitation a Length of recitation b Number of recitations pr day c How secure the emotional conditions necessary to proper expression Miss Rnbecca Edwards d What to criticise and when to criticise e Reading to class results of imitation in reading Mrs i Massie Powell v T General discussion and reading selections 400 Adjournment Tuesday Morning 000 Scripture Lesson and prayer Rev Hugh MrLellan 915 a Roll call b Announcements 930 Pedagogy attention Prof Eubanks 1030 Rece s 1045 Arithmetic a value of arithmetic as a sublect in the course of study b what attention should be given to definitions and rules Mrs Whyland Notation Roman and Arabic a Explain your methods of teachingJ P Million Humeratior A CQrrect use of the word and Read these numbers 2438957 879542 1000001 450MfssJ- oniiie B Evans- Fundamental operations Illustrate hew yon teach pupils to add how do you explain carry How do you explain borrowing and r yiK backW A Cope Multiply 465 by 381 and explain the process as yon would to a pupilProf Harris signsi5 by 16 plus 36 minus 42 divided by 7 multiplied by 12 plus 72 divided by 6 multiplied by 13 minus 12 multiplied by 10 divided by 6 equal 9Prof John Noland Divide 8634 by 9 and explain the process as you would to a pupil in the third gradaMrs Ida CaD How many square feet in a blackboardj3e byj5 feet Ex plain and analyze as you would toylclMiss Georgia Powell H fractions How do you teach fractionB3Explajiu why in rert the divisor Mrs Berry V r j apphcationsISSquare and cube root Explain each process show how to Si extractirootslof perfect powers by inspection roC Eu auks i1200 Noon l3trong b roll callte announcements 145 Pedagogy Memory and imagination C F Brock 245Language First steps in language teaching how ascertain the childs vocabulary effect of home environments teach lug oral or written which Prof Hli Brock Discuss methods of correcting the childs mistakes in lan- guageMisa Florence Cobb The teachers language necessity for simple words short sen teuces and correct useMiss Fox JifeI400 Adjournment Wednesday Morning 900 Scripture lesson and prayer 915 ar Roll call b announcements 930 Grammar Its educational value in discipline the logical fac or ultfes in interpretation and expression or Ihought Mrs Whyland Methods of teaching parts of speech pronoun verb preposi rtion participal and infinitive Jiiss Mabel Masntf value of analysis diagramming and false syntax Mrs Helton 1030 Recess 1045 Spelling What are the advantages of written over oral irspelliiigMIis Le White 41 you begin the use of the text book in spelling Do you teach ANT rules of spelllngMiss Belts Holman Would you have spelling matchije IF SOWJ 1 Brock Is spellings test of scholarship How may P 1S be laugh i incidentally Mfca Hamin 1011 believe ia keeping ii ieciiiug W ye rjDe itJ FLh favor a spelling reform Miss Margaret Crooke 1200 Noon 130 a Roll call b music c announcements 145 Pedagogywill and habitProf Eubauks 245 Recess 300 What is the best movement in writing Do you teach it to be ginners Do you insist on correct holding of the penMrs Clara Yates When do you begin use of the pen and ink Do you insist on correct position of the body while pupils are writing Miss Kate Miller- AdvantagA of the vertical system over the slant system with pupils of common schools Miss Alice Edwards Best time for the writing period and how long should it be Do you inspect the writing during the writing period Miss Etta Gay Are we doing our duty as teachers to make better penmen Is enough attention being given to the subject Mrs Dora Moore 400 Adjournment Thursday Morning 900 Scripture lesson and prayer 915 a Roll call b announcements C- J30 Pedagogy the recitation Prof Eubanks 1030 Recess 1045 Physiology Ends to be secured from the study the hygienic benefit to the individual Dr Jesse Edwards Benefit from the habit ot applying scientific lawsProf J B Harris Statistics from penitentiaries insane asylums ineuranc companies etc relative to the use and effect of alcohol D B Chandler The application of the laws of hygiene to exercise cooking eating drinking sleeping bathing colds disease etcDr G GEdwards 1200 Noon 130 a Roll call b announcements 14T Miscellaneous Regularity attendance promptness school records marking and promotions common school graduations etcMrs J W Stephens 245 Recess 3 00 History The purpose of history study a the teachers aim b the students aim How to use the mapsMrs Carson Correcting history literature atidEuglishMiss Lena Palmer History as a school for imagination for judginentJ B Million 430 Adjournment Friday Morning 900 Devotional exercises 915 a Roll call b announcement 930 Civics How can we secure better citizenship in Kentucky Miss Crooke Relation of the school the State of ignorance to crimeW L Greene 1030 Recess 10M5 Geography Relation of geography and history Would you dwell much on the geography of places which have no hie torical interestProf ais Winkle Which would you present first the geography of a pace or the history Benjamin Edwards 1130 Reports of committees and miscellaneous business 1230 Final Adjournment FELL DEAD- A man fell dead Chicago the other day from heart trouble and thousands die every day in the same way Rut the cawe of nine out of ten ot such cases of heart trouble is indigestion The cure is Dr Caldwellelaxative Syrup Pep sin The explantion is that the swoll en inflamen and engorged stdmach presses right up against the heart aim prevents it from working your heart flutters palpitates pains and you are short of breath some lose foreve- rJusttry for these symtoms a few doses of Dr OalclweUs Syrup Pepsin and see how quickly it will cure you Sold by PerryThoms at roc and 100 Mnnav Vinct kit fails was not far wrong when he 811hA good name is to be chosen rather than great riches and loving favor rather than silver and gold Dont knock at every fellow who is a little more progressive than you are STOP BABIES TEARS Ninety per cent of babies troubles are caused by disordered stomach or bowels They can all be qnldkly cured by few doses of that great digestive medl cine Dr Caldwells laxative Syrup Pepsin It digests curded milk sweetens the breath reduces fever and relievs pain Absolutely harm less to mother or child Sure relief in teething Sold by Perry Thomas at BOi and 100 Money back if it fail Many people have been contanated by that old adage Where ignorance is bliss it is folly to be wise WAS WASTING AWAY I had been troubled with kidney disease fur the last five years It wrltie RoberR Watt of Salem Mo I lost fleshand never felt well and doctored with lending physicians tried all rem edies suggested without relief Final ly I tried Foleys Kidney Cure and less than two bottles completly cured ne and I am now sound and well Dur ing the summer kidney irregularities aae often caused by excessive drinking or being overheated Attend to the kidneys at once by using Foleys Kidney Cure Sold by R C Stockton A stylish hat a dainty pair shoes a a well fitting gown a few yards of lace and ribbons and the bewitching will make a man forget all his worries or else increase his misery an hundred fold WAR AGAINST CONSUMPTION- All nations are endeavoring to check the ravages of consumption the white plague that claims so many victims each year Foleys Honey and Tar cures coughs and colds perfectly and yon are in no danger of consumption Do not nsk your health by taking some unknwn preperation when Fol leys Honey stud Tar is safe and certain in results Ask for Foleys Honey and Tar and insist upon having it Sold by R CStockton Life is all song when ono lives in harmony with the Infinite WAS IN POOR HEALTH FOR years Ira W Kelly of MansfieldPa writes I was in poor health for two yeaf suffering from kicney and bladder trou ble and spent considlrnble money con suiting physicians without obtaining any marked benefit but was cured by Foleys Kidney Cure and I desire to- dd my teetitaoBy that it may to the oase of reqtedtie this health of othre Ref BM satesUtwNw Jibld byR9 It J 4 THE FEAR OF DEATH Often haunts the miserable dyspeptic bilioiu patient who suffers from heart palpitations chronic cough melancholy nervousness headache colic constipation etc No need to fear for in Dr Caldwells laxative Syrup Pepsin you will find a safe pleasant and perfect cure for all this pain distress and worry It clears the brain purifies the blood and cures all forms of indi gestion anp bowel trouble Try itSold by PerryThomas at 50c and 100 Money back if it fails The average housekeeper has two dreads Flies and quests FIENDISH SUFFERING is olteu caused by sores ulcers and cancers that eat away your skin Wm Bedell ot Flat Rock Michsays hI have used Bucklens Arnica Salve for Ulcers Sores Cancers It is the best healing dress I ever found Soothes and heals cuts burns and scalds 25c at R C Stocktons drug store guar anteed The person who is loudest in denun ciation of other people is generally loudest in sef praise PUBLIC IS AROUSED The public is aroused to a knowledge of the curative merits of that great medicinal tonic Electric Bitters for sick stomach liver and kidneys Mary H Walters 540 St Clair Ave Columbus 0 writes For several months I was given up to die I had fever and ague my MOWS were wrecked 1 could not sleep and my stomach was so weak from useless doctors drgs that I could not eat Son agter beginning to take Elctric BlUer obtain ed relief and in short time I was en tirely cured Guaranteedat RCStocktons drug store price 50c D W TRI6BLE AUCTIONEER AND REAL ESTATE AGENT Your Business Solicited Satisfaction Guaranteed RICHMOND KY ChattanoogaHancock Disc Plows Principle Right Construction Right Results Right The ChattanoogaHancock Disc Plows speak for themselves They are now in such general use that farmers have a clear idea of their practicalworkIngs and valuo a Crop Makers They can he used at any season of the year when any plow can be used and also when the ground Is so dry and hard that no other plow can be Used We guartee our Disc Plows to do good work and not only in hard dryand sticky ground but to do good YOlk in any fallow ground either clean or trashy in short to be good anywhere at anytime when plowing can be done except in sod land We warrant against breakage for twelve months caused by defects In material or work manship C E Douglas Co a Successors to Arbuckle Simmons Agents for Studebaker Farm Wagons and Hoosier Wheat Drills KENTUCKYS m STATE FAIR AT LEXINGTON 6 6BIGIN PREMIUMS 25000 PREMIUMS THE GREATEST DISPLAY OF LIVE STOCK AND AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS EVER ATTEMPTED IN THE SOUTH 555Novel Atlractions1Manificent Exhibitions The Famous DUSS BAND of 40 Pieces For Catalogue or Further Information Address GEO A BAIN Secretary Lexington Ky ERMOFFETTS Cures Cholera Infantum Diarrhoea Dysentery and Troubles of Children Age Aids Di ofI IpllIBowel the Bowels Child and EASY t Costs Only 25c at Druggists or mail 25c to C J MOFFETT M D St Louis Mo Mother Hesitate no longer but save tho health and life ot your child as thousands have done by giving these powders TEETHINA Is easily given and quickly counteracts and over comes the effects of the summers heat upon teething children OLD JOEWHISKY Hand made Sour Mash Every drop guaran teed to be pure It is of old style manu facture No- BETTER can be found for medicinal pur posts You want the best Furnished Strictly to Family Trade 10 Year old in jugs 400 per gallon 10 bottles 5II5u 01jUjs 200Il 5II bottles 3 gallonOrders WILEY SEARCY Prop Old Joe Distillery McBraj er novlyr Anderson county Ky SOLD BY MF Enright First Street ++++ CALL AT JONES MERSHONS SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found in the city are dispensed by upto ate and accommodation Genuine Saratota Water Kept on Tap ss1 Phone 3 Second St Why dont you fence your tarn and keep your old cow at home Some will say what fence must to buy Undo Sam uses the Page Fence it ou ht to do yours Sold byJFCoY y mffiffim7F7IffiF7F 7I7I7I 7t + GREAT4 SACRIFICEI 20 000 worth of Boys and hildrens Clothing at less than manufacturh ffi ers prIces We are badly overstocked in this department ffiWe Have Cut the Prices to the Core Mothersanu fathers we can interest you Come quick and secure bargains Boys Suits short pants costing from 1 to 2 Our 9 10 anti 12 Boys Long Pant Suits at 1antl 3at SOcts 5 Our3 and 5 Bojs Suits short pants at 2 Best 150 Corduroy Pants at112J I5Our Boys 260 Long Pants Suits 15 and 7 at Our L25 Corduroy Pants at 87Jc This is a great Sacrifice Sale Come quick and secure bargains 1 LOUIS AND GUS STRAUS + Lexingtons Leading Clothiers LEXINGTON KY m Sole agents for Alfred Benjamin Ios Correct Clothing for Men We arc now displaying the jspring ylesRihardShryo Ok the faaius Bluegrass Cutter has eMrue of our Morchiaiit JailoringDepart meat GIVE HIM A CALL tki a 0 fr