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Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): July 26, 1911 Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914 Richmond, KY 1911 ric1911072601_sn86069162 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): July 26, 1911 Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914 Richmond, KY 1911 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. .. - .... Big Event The Balloon,, Ascension Aeroplanef light anct" Other' Attractions To be Here. " ; " . ' ' ' " ;r J ' ' 38th YEAR '"SchooI-fElccti- RICHMOND, MADI50N COUNTY,. KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JULY 26. 1911 on NUMBER 6 V. Trustees Will, be Chosen in Thirty 5iCDistricts Saturday, Veek. Thirty six, or one half ot the school districts of ihis'county, will elect trustees on Saturdajv August 5th, and it Is the duty, of every voter to carefully select thoscjwhd will control tha affairs of the school. The election officers will' Reappointed this week by tho County Election Commissioners, and the polls .will bo open from IP. M., to 5 P. 11 This is one of the most important of the county s affairs, and every citizen should be deoply.interested. Select tho best. The - following are the that will cliosdnoiv trustees on the above date: Educational Division No. 1. Shearer Xo. 1. ts Sub-distri- THE STEARNS & (MH 0t? EVERY 5H0WS YOU HAVE TO GENUINE 4"' JL. R. Blanton Telphone 85 Mm H r. " $mm U -- . ' Cor. Main and B. Streets "'3L JlH BrookstownSub-dislric- t Xo. 2. Ben! Sub-distri- No. Sub-distri- 6. N . V. WH T E I College Hill No. Rybee Sub district No. 0. Oaklnnd No. 11. Sub-distri- The Old Reliable Dry Goods Man Just a Reminder We want you to remember that you can get the best SUMMER Educational Division No. 2. Green Hill No. 2. Cedar Cliff No. 0. Hear "Wallow No. C. Kingston No. 9. Kogersville No. 10. Pumpkin Run No. 11. Educational Division No. 3 Beech Grove No. 1 Big Hill No. 5. Narrow Gap"Sub-distric- t No. 0. Johnson No. 9. Scaffold Cane No. 10. No. 11. Berea Educational Division No. 4. No. 2. Walnut Meadow No. 3. WalJaccton No- - 3. Moran's Summit Glade No. 6. . -Sub-djstriSub-distri- ct Sub-distriSub-distri- ct Sub-distri- ct Sub-distri- ct Sub-distriSub-distri- ct Sub-distriSub-distri- ct Sub-distri- ct Sub-distri- ct Sub-distriSub-distri- ct Sub-distri- ct Several wide awake men of the city have formed an Aero Club and will start off the new organization with a big celobralion on August 2nd. Prof.' Longo with his new Curtiss Biplane will bo hore and will make several flights over the city. Three Balloon ascensions will add to the attractions. One of these is a parachute drop, in which the aeronaut uses three parachutes in his drop from thousands of feet in the clouds to the earth. Ten thousand peoplo are expected to be hero on that date. Tim ball park has been secured and besides the free attractions there will be several side shows. Excursions will be run to the city and the day is expected to be' one of the greatest Richmond" lias witnessed in many years. It will be the first appeaaance in this section of a heavier-than-amachine, and as the Curtiss Biplane has been so successful in national flights, the thousands who will be here will witness one of the greatest inventions of the twentieth century. Prof. Longo has been engaged for several fairs throughout the State, and executes many daring manouvers while high in the ain The main purpose of tho Aero Club is to promote and boost for any clean attraction that may want to visit tho city. ir MATTRESS MATTRESS) FOSTER IMPORTANT KNOW WHATSlMSIDETHE TO WHATS:rNSIDEY5tmbNpJ BUYfttf FATtH&OME IffANDiJ L0 0 K TH R OttG WHf-i- f AND READll ING GUA'rANXEE TO INSURE MATTRESS YOU GET R EST, THAT IS HEALTHFUL & COMFORTABLE, ! Steams & Foster Mattresses are Comfortable, Durable and Sanitary; not only because of the way they-ar-e made, but because of the materials in them. No patented process of mattress-makin- g will produce a quality mattress out of poor cotton or cotton improperly handled. Stearns & Foster Mattresses are made of. clean, sanitary cotton; felted into hundreds of little webs, forming many springy, buoyant layers, standing nearly three feet high. These layers are then laid by hand and compressed to of their original height and. encased in the ticking-- , then tufted to just the proper tension, so as to be soft, yet firm, half yielding to your figure, yet supporting it in perfect relaxaone-six- th Honest Medicines Versus Fakes. President Taft's. recent message suggesting an ammendment to the Pure Food and Drugs law in its relation to Prepared Medicines does not refer to such standard medicines as Foley's Honey and Tar Compound and Foley Kidney Pills, both of which are true medicines carefully compounded of whose medical qualities are recognized by the medical profession itself as tho best known remedial agent for tho diseaso they are intended to counteract. For over three decades Foley's Honey and Tar Compound has been a standard remedy for coughs, colds and affections of the throat, chest, and lungs for children and for grown persons, and It retains today its preeminence above all other preparations of its kind. Foley Kidney Pills are equally effective and meritorious Stockton & Son. tion. Peytontoirn Hagan Sub-distri- Sub-distri- No, 8. No, 1?. FABRICS for the least money. A hint to the wise is sufficent Educational Division No. 5. No. 1. Round Hill Perry Long No. 3. No. 6. Edenlon No. 7. Backwoods No. 9. Ruthton Sub-distr- ict Sub-dictri- ct Sub-disrriSub-distri- ct Sub-distri- ct The above ts a magnlficlent likeness ot Miss Corinne Parrent, the brilliant and gifted young Southern reader, who will appear in asoloct program tomorrow eyaniug in the High School Auditorium for tho benefit of the P. A. C. Infirmary. Those of our readers who heard this talented young woman two years ago will bo eager for a chance to hear her tfgain. Her program will run tho entire scale, from the ridiculous to tho sublime, and her dialect work Is especially fine. Richmond is, indeed, fortunate to hear Miss Parrent, who has captured bie audiences nil pvtr tho South and West. Siloam Sub-distri- Made in the besl qualities of Satin Finish, dutfproof tickings WITHOUT -- if EXTRA CHARGE. Four Grades of Superiority Anchor. $10.50 Windsor. $13.50 Lenox. $16.00 Style A. $22.50 When you buy a Stearns & Foster you get the besl Mattress value offered. Come in today and ask to see these exceptional Mattresses. We'll gladly show them. A positive guarantee on every Mattress. A Steams 6c Foster is a very Comfortable and Economical Mattress to buy. No. 12. Educational Division No. C. Miller No. 2. Forest Hill No. 3. Sub-distri- ct Sub-distri- ct Watch Your Kidneys Tboir action controls your health. Read what Foley Kidney Pills have done for your noighbor. Mrs. H. "W. Allen, Quincy, 111., says: "About a year ago my kidneys began bothering mo. I had a swelling in my ankles and limbs, then headaches and nervous dizzy spells and latter sovoro backaches. The doctors pronounced it serious kidney trouble, and I was steadly getting worse when I began taking Foley Kidney Pills. Shortly after, the swelling went down and my pains began leaving mo. I kept on taking them until I was once more freed of all kidney trouble and suffering. I have a great deal to thank Foley Kidney Pills for and shall always rcom-meu- d them." For Salo By Stockton & Buffalo Sub-distriSub-distriSub-distri- ct N. V. WHITE Main Sfreet, below How can the baby grow strong if the nursing mother is pale and delicate? Booncsboro Pleasant Hill Dozicr Sub-distri- No. 4. No. C. No. 7. No. 9. Ladies Day. This is Ladies Day at the Ball Park and tho fair sex will no doubt take advantage of the generosity of the Association and see the Pioneers defeat the Frankfort team. The ladies have been somewhat falling off in their attendance on the special days of late. The management hopes they will come and yell for tho homo team, as tho grand stand is given up to thorn on that day. Scott's Emulsion makes, the mother strong and well; increases and enriches thebabs food. Right in yonr busiest season when you have tho least time to sparo you first RICHMOND are most likely to take diarrhoea and lose several days' time, unless you have Colic, Cbamberlian's Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy at hand and take a dose on the first appearance of tho disease. For sale by Stockton & Son, Son. OLDHAM & LACKEY Undertaking a Specialty ffiiSSS.",,. "IV. S. O. RO.L. a Reduced Prices for .July ft 94 We Are Offering Calico As usual, at the end of the season we re- Clothing I from the bolt, any amount of yards you want, at 4 I -- 2c Apron check Gingham, all you want, worth 6 J2c, at 5c Dress Ginghams, sold everywhere at JO and 12c, at 9c Lawns 4 to 9c for values worth 6 to 18c a yard We are making a clean sweep in our Dress Goods department and we offer values worth from 50c to $J50 at ' about half price ; . 1- duce prices on all Odd Lots, Remnants, -2 Etc prefering to close them out at sacrifice rather than carry them over. Our patrons know our methods and we are not going to give you a . We are Overstocked in Silks and you can get the greatest bargaing in this department ever offer in this city ' We have a' good assortment oi -- lot of highfaluting newspaper talk that we But we have this to say: can't make good. You have heard a great deal about low prices on Clothing, but the bottom was never knocked completely out until now. We must not carry over one summer suit. See the prices and then look at the quality. Men's Suits worth $20 to $25 for - $12.50 1 0.50 Suits worth 1 5.00 and 1 8.00 for Suits worth 10.00 and 12.50 for - - $7.50 $1.98 ' Youths' Suits worth from 3.50 to 6.50 Boys' Suits worth 1.50 to 6.50 now 98c to $3.75 5$ If you Ladies' Waists worth from $ LOO to $L50, our price now is 69c to 98c Our order for Ladies' Skirts for fall was placed some time ago'and we must clean up in this departinent. Get prices". We have a few Long Coats for Jadies worth from $7.50 to $10.00; while they last your choice for $4.75 -- are looking for values at a price ;we have them All summer go---n- Carpets, Mattings and Rugs In facts all lines are lower, but space forbids more prices Remember we have no trash, but the merchandise at reduced prices clean-u- p of honest t $ g , $ Your money's worth and more. ot it Ladies', Misses' and Children's If Slippe:rS lower in price for quality than ever before : goods must go if prices will move them. 'Tncy will something for nothing but high grade light weight merchandise at the lowest prices you have seen this season. We quote t a few prices and ask you to come in and look and if not as represented, don't spend a penny If Corner First HamiUan Brothers & Main v : Rictimond, Kentucky i m f ... PBsl Clay Infirmary this w eek suffering with ion, and Saxlon's orchestra was in at typhoid fever. His mother and brother tendance. RecelVeing the gueits were 1 CAMNJU. Mermen's and Collates' Talcum Powder Very Serious from Rising San Indiana are at his bed Dr. aod Mrs. Crabbe and Mrs. Roark, side. and ..many hundred of the Normal G. D. Corsets It it s very serious matter to aok Splendid List of Shows Has Been Ss The many friends of Dr. Hugh Gib pupils aod townspeople responded to Ibr one medkiae and have tho, cured For the Blue Grass Fair. son will be grievedjto learn that he has thejnvitatioas of tbe Host aod hostess. wrong ene, given you. For this knows the difficulty of keeping: old been quite sick for several days. Dr. reason we urge you in buying to The Jlesamine Journal says: "Mrs. z Gibson expects to go to Dr. Mayo's Randa Jironadgh gave a dinner party A splendid last of shows, carnival be cat seal to get the genuine style plumbing fixtures clean and hospital at RochesUr, N. Y to under- Tuesday at Hotel Nicholas, in honor of features and riding devices has been attractive. arranged for the big Blue Grass fait an operation, shortly for the Mr. Lewi Spears,of New xork and Mr. go s Lexington, the week of August 7tb stomach. at on the part of and Mrs. of Oklahoma City. Even to 12th. All of these are furnished bj Ills., is Those present were: Mrs. Riley Spears Mrs. Jno. Bibb of Holder, Liver mistress or maid cannot give the old metallic bath Mr. Herbert A. Kline, of Flint. Mich. I visiting her father and mother, Mr. and of Lexington. Mrs. IL E. Tjirloy, Mrs. for lavatories that daintiness and and are under his personal direction1 tubs or "closed-m.- " The reputation of this old. relia-Mrs. Thomas Ituthford. She called to T. T. Covington. Mrs. Bessie Chenault, I ble medicine, for constipation, in- No other man It and management. renew her subscription to the Climax. Miss Elizabeth Turley, MUs Mary charm which is so essential to the modern home. tugesuon ana uver irouoie, is firmIn the country today has such a reputa She says it is her, weekly letter from Boggs of Richmond, Mrs. Minnie nnd ly established. It does not imitate tlon or standing along his own particMrs. Sarah Davis, Mrs. Amelia Bron- home. other medicines. It is better than There is one way out of this trouble a sure will for others, or it would net be the faular line as has Mr. Kline. He knowt for fall Miss Russell Stouffer-'i- s entertaining augh, John W. Bronnugh. T. C. Willis vorite liver powder, with a larger and practical way. Let us install taodawf plumbwhat the people want and he alwayf a gay houseparty at her home tin High and wife and Mrs. Bessie Welch of St. sale than all others combined. all gives It to them. The fact that yeat Petersburg, Fla." ing fixtures in your home. They possess the beauty street. Her guests nro Misses Orpah SOLD IN TOWN F2 after year he has gone back to the Crabbe, of Eminence, Darnaby Henton, The Danville Advocate has tho fol and snowy whiteness of fine china. Their brilliance great state fairs of the north and west Jcnnette Thornton and Mae TaftKyloy, lowing: "Mr. and Mrs. George F. Is the surest proof of the manner Id and lustre can be maintained indefinitely with the of Versailles, Elizabeth Warficld, Anderson announce the approaching which he satisfies his patrons. Clarkesville, Tenn. minimum amount of labor. marriage of their daughter, Lillian, to Mr. Kline has this year not only the Mr. William Byboe,.of Ashland, was Mr. H. A. Richardson, Of this city. he best aggregation of shows which Mrs. Dave McCord and children are Is your plumbing as good as it should be ? If here last Wednesday ahd Thursday the The wedding, which will take placo in has ever managed, but the best that at Crab Orchard for a ton days stay. were ever put together on one ground not, let 'us tell you how to better Mr. nnd Mrs. E. II, the early fall at their country home, guest of his parents, After the close of the big Winnipeg 'Mrs. W. D. Oldham and little son Bybee. Mr. Bytjoe. is now at tho head Maple wood," will bo a very simple low prices, Abner spent last week in Cincinnati. in exposition at Winnipeg. Canada, on ot the Bybco Dry Goods establishment one and attended only by relatives Miss Elizabeth Gormerly js at "Waco July 22nd, he goes to the North Da hi Jhat city, one of the largest mercan nnd the Immediate friends of the is believing, kota State fair for the week of July the guest of Miss Katherinc Pittman. for principals." Mr. Richardson is well tile houses in north eastern Kentucky. Intervening 24th and then uses the Telephone 270 Benj. F. Hurst, Manager Miss Mayme Woods, arrived Tuesday Mrs. J. Hubbard Toy and her three known in Richmond. He is a leading week to ship to Lexington so as to be is for this to bo with bet father, Mr. C. E. Woods. months baby girl, Betsey Smith Toy, representative in the South of the ready to open at the Blue Grass fait Mrs. James W. Tilford of Louisville came Saturday for a visit to the family RemlDton typewriter and makes this on Monday, August 7th. Due to strike on the Grand Trunk railroad a is visiting Mrsr Samuel L. Black on of Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Moberly. This is town quite.often. He is a brother of number of Mr. Kline's shows, which North St. the first visit Miss Betsey Smith has W. V. Richardson, of the n.nnvllln were to appear at the Blue Grass fair Miss Corinne Parrenl is tho guest of made to her grandparents and other Advocate. last year, did not reach Lexington. So Mcsdames A.JD. and O. 1, Miller, near relatives nnd friends here and the liltlo Lexington Leader: Mrs. Hcnrv E. this year he Is taking every precauNotice. Miss was given a cordial reception. Curtis and Miss Annie Morton enter to see that ample time Is allowed town. tion tained Wednesday at. their home on persons having claims against the to provide against Mr. R. S. Eubanks, of Winchester, We Have Just Received a Car Load of All Another very enjoyable bnrn dance for shipment and any possible contingency that would was tne guest or Miss Kmma WMio a was given- last Friday evening by Linden Walk w.th a delightful lunch estate of Dr. W. L. Ilocknday, deceased prevent his having here his full aggre- few days last week. Messrs. Charles Curtis and Robert Dunn eon. It was a family reunion of Em- - will file same on or before September gation. Miss Hussell White is attending a in the new barn of Mr. Robert Dunn, on urys, who had for their forbears the 1st, 1011, properly proven by law with There are some eighteen shows and Butterick Patterns house party at the home of Hon. James tho Big Hill road. A Lexington orches lato Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Embry. The tho undersigned, or they will be forever riding devices In the lot which Kline tra furnished delightful music and the hostesses are daughters of the late Dr. barred. All thoso indebted to said brings. Among them may be mention Gnrnctt in Columbia. Bargain Counter See Our young folks held forth until early J. B. Morton and arc attractive" repre- estate trill settle at once. ed the Trained Wild Animal show, the Mrs. Will Boggs of Red House gave a sentatives of- the Embry family. The James S. Hbckadny t Indian AHlage, the Ostrich Farm, the dining yesterday in honor of Mrs. hours of the morning. I Admr. Circus, the Dog and Monkey ho W. H. McKinney of Georgetown. Messrs. J. S. Sewel! and W. S. Old houso and table were decorated with Flea ( A. K. Doty 4t golden glow dahlias, and other bright Girls, the Zoo, the Per tel, the Diving from Swango ham have returned wob by tboul 5,000 to G.OOo severance, Bonita the educated horse. Miss Laura Theobald of Ixmisville is "we" Springs, where they spent a very garden flowers, and a delicious menu of expected this week to visit Mrs. W. H Mew ibat 460,000 .'otes were cast. Thi and Tarious others of equal merit. At no season is embroidery so pleasant ,ten days rusticating. They several courses was served, amonrr the is a very small majority coasiderin? the These shows will te on the Blue Gridcr on High St. suitable as now. say the water is great and the section, guest of tho joyous occasion besides grounds throughout the the Mexicans, ef Mrs. Myers, mother of Mrs. J. B. . Editor fact tbat many Texas, whom there Grass offair fair. All of them are where tlio springs are located, is an tnoso already mentioned, were the the in voted almost week are a great Dainty Mid-summCasslday has gone to Moundsvllle, ideal spot for a tired, worn out business Embry grandchildren, Mrs. Caroline to a man against prohibition and about clean, moral, and entirely free from W Va., for a visit to relalives. Embry Allen Wallis, Mrs. Mattie Allen Lingerie man. Any lady or mUBC CTUT WtMBMT IT 86 per coat-- of tho negroes voted the objectionable features. Jones, Mrs. Joseph Wood of Fayette, Miss Stella Dunn, of DeLand, Fla., any child will be safe In visiting them Hon. V. P. Smith, of Sonjerset, was same way. The Brewers and whole- Mrs. hnoch Grehan, THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO ' sale whisky men of several larpo cities. unattended. They will prove one ol has arrived in the citv for a two months in the city Saturday enroute to his home Arbuckle of Richmond. Miss Dove B. Miss ol stay and is at Madison Institute. the Interesting amusement features from Irvine, where he has been attend (iBeerpor&ted.) especially of St. Louis, are said to have tbe fair. Miss Corinne Parrcnt. the gifted en Mr. Caperton, or Chicago, a relative ing court. Mr. Smith is a native of speat tftettbands of dollars in the oJeo-- j Shop is headquarters for all that of tho late Coh J W. Caperton, was the Estill, but moved to the Pulaski capital tertainer will give a recital ior the 4 Mgr. I lien m favor of sateen, claiming it Pres. I). Milter is now in Embroidery ideas. House for Rent guest of Mrs. Caperton last week when the town was young and is now benefit of iho Pattio A. Clav infirmarv whM min their basin ev if the State W ; White . Seven roem brick, furnished or un evening at the High School He Mrs. Lizzie Foster and daughter, Miss ono of its most substantial citizens-Stamping a Specialty Summing it all up it went "dry-- " Miafer l Auditorium. Mrs M. C. Kellogg will of Col. Joe Oldham Duncan Foster, have been to Crab is a brother-in-labefore 'appeals timt a large majority of the famished. 407 West Maiujstreot. Embroidery done to order. Prices Green Clay. and the following Orchard for a sojourn of a week. Mr. Everett Park, formerly of this bo accompanist respectable voters of the State were for reasonable and satisfaction guarprogram will be rendered: Telephone 309-- 8 MR prehibitiea but the ignorant, trifling Mr. Harold Oldham has returned county, but now of Grand Junction, anteed. Friends and patrons inB6KIH WW WW PMBU5HIR6 (a) His Courier O'Henrv and worthless wkh the powerful in' from a visit to his uncles Charley and Col., is visiting his aunt Mrs. Lyman vited iq inspect slock x Fine Ones. Bob Taylor Parrish and other relatives in the county (b) A Baptist Baptising fiueaee of the whelesale Mquor interests Abncr Oldham of Mt. Sterling. YEAB Mr. TJiomas Tribble is making agrca FFICE Thomas Aldrich He is accompanied by his wife, who is (c) prevailed. Time forbids us to make Misses Mary Elmore and Delia Tinder Vocal solo record as a truck gardener. He has Miss Kitty Hart IK ADVANCE further comment. of Lancaster were guests last week in a very charming woman. Mr. Park (a) "A banjo song" been supplying the local markets with Sidnoy Homer likes the west, but claims Old Kentuc 1811 tomatoes fer sometime and this crop the family of Judgo Jno. C Chcnault. WEDNESDAY JULY ky is just a little belter than any of (o) "Just aweary ing for you"...Clarrie Mrs. Al Williams, of Red House, and especially lias been one of the finest in Jacob Bond them. (a) Stay homo pickininy. .Negro dialect the county. Ho plants tho June Pink Mrs. Eugene C. Burgin, of Lexington, SADDLE Mr. Shelby Jott, Jr., who was gradual (b) Dot Dog aaatoo success o aovMMat tomato, whicli ripens with good cultiva arc at Olympia Springs for an extend German dialect ed in Juno from Hampden Sidney Col (c) Burties without pvbUcity Mdta ike nMire of tion, as early as the twentieth of June. ed visiL Dolsartie Irish dialect lege, Va., after spending a month visit (d) Moo cow moo far Hfe Miss Emma Oldham and Mr. John child dialect owufs an' wowow recking ing friends and relatives in Tennessee every time a young couple start ocal Solo.Selected Cabel Chcnault are visiting Miss Anna Miss Laura Ladies Day. iuroec the fpfiirt, rf imiwohoh C portonc WILL CONTEST FOR RICHEST is nt home with his parents near Kirks a out life with a home of thoir Belle Burnside in Garrard county this N,uhvtke iwaiMUe aM pokieHy PRIZES EVER OFFERED CON Bright ville. Mr. Jott has been offered a fine (a) Little God and Dickey.. This is Ladies Day at the Bill Park week. mon ouUqwce. TWe kted wt own OITIONS PROVIDE FOR .Anonymus The home is the best interposition to take charge of a school in (b) Tommy Atkins and the fair sex will no doubt take ad is atfefded THREE CONTESTS. Kipling .edd in tbK 4eotopmem sm mediary known for thoso little Mr. and Mrs. James Polls are being Tennessee but is undecided ns to vantage of the generosity of the Associa . ' .v lie tocal paper at every (c) The message Adeline Proctor differences that we are apt toj ? tion and see the Pioneers defeat the congratulated over the arrival of a ccw whether he will accopt or carry out his USED IN THE U. S. ARMY. Music r..res. The local editor ttooM be , .i : !.1... girl, but the little one has not as yet original intention of taking a course in (a) First Show Brought About Through Frankfort team. The ladies have been i conversant wi The dead wife The U. S. Army authorities know a gun, tha; ..no usually Ed wine Arnold the Organization of the National Law at Harvard. somewhat falling off in their attendance been named. . .mmunitys best regulated families, because is why, when they decided to equip some troop iweoV be fc wboUr iB Jb) Aunt Melissy on boys Anonymus Saddle Horse Futurity GreatMrs. Terry and Miss Terry of Kansas on the speoial days of late. The man onUmataMlc with repeating shotguns, they selected the Win Mr and. Mrs. Robert Terrill and Miss (c) u envoi spmnatiiy H of the mutnal interest it holds for Kipling est Show of Colts Ever Chester in preference to all other makes. T; : agement hopes they will come arid yell City, nieces of Mrs. W. L. Crutcher are Kate Devore returned Wednesday evenis supporter of every undeMflktag There was certainly a happy gatherboth. Again the home comes in Seen on Any Fair experts of the U. S. Ordnance Board also know for the heme team, as the grand stand is visiting the family of Mr. W. L. Crutch ing from Atlantic City, where they at own town bigger, Ir ulated to moke life ing of kins folk, friends and neighbors, Grounds. as "tho backbone of tho Nation'' a gun; that's why, after submitting a Winchesgiven up to them on that day. cr on the Tales Creek pike. tended tne .lks reunion, un the way nlso a few hungry town people on r and more eaterpriewg. ter Repeating Shotgun to all sorts of tests, at the Ouoss Theredoro Roosevelt Mr. Harry Bybco has .returned from home they visited New York, Washing hospitable homo of Terry O. The brat evidoMH ifceretere, of a com it safe, sure, strong and simple. IT Perkins On Tuesday, August Sth, the sec Found Watch. know what he w.v talking about n stay of ten days at Olympia springs t?n, and Thiladelphia. At tho latter near Baldwin on last Thursday, m unity's awMkesfcMjfc lobe iowtd in you want a shotgun buy the one whoss the 20, place they were joined by Miss Martha to celebrate Mr. strength and reliability led the U. S. Army ocal newwpapor. awd Uie M act of end day of the Blue Grass fair at Lex eh? It certainly behooves every Perkins 40th anniverWillie engaged in tearing away some and a visit to his brother, Mr. William Maupin, Mr. Terrill's niece, who is authorities to select it and tbe U. S. Ordnance tie-- e a ntoomewt for ioeal iagtea, will be contested the richest rotten cornish from the top of the court Bybce in As.hl.md. initiating sary of his birth. Tho spread was in family to give this question conprize ever offered for saddle horses, Board to endorse it that's the Winchester. is to onHst tfce services of It will be the first show brought about house,- - Mr. William Wicker found Gwynn entertained with trained nurse in Dr. Prico's hospital and the nature of a surprise to the host, his Mrs. Waldo sideration, and thero will never ...i.t work hood m hood wWi Ibat paper. through the organization of the Ka silver watch, which had been in this a card party Saturday morning in com- she accompanied thom to Washington excellent wife securing tho help of her REPEATERS be a better time than right now Miss Margarot neighbor women to assist in preparing Km this foot moot ot be mbeM(ru-n- i tieaal Saddle Horse Futurity. Lancaster Record: way place for perhaps forly pliment to Miss Hart who is the guest to begin. Lumber is plentiful, business insti- Crook of Richmond, was the guest of o'erything and at the appointed time, This stake was opened by the Sad' years. The court house was erected in of Mrs. A. K. McCowen. The wowpinior is a a d- - goods or a die Horse Chronicle Publishing Co., 1S50 im ,. n, tn oaaoe as and tho price is keeping with the and according to the make of- - the ' Mrs. John Bell and daughter Miss Mrs. W. A. Arnold ....Miss Leah Asbill it was all brought in. Such a spread It moot give a finnnctnl i early in the year of 3911. Its condi- - watch, it was in use at i- rwcery store. of Richmond is tho guest of Miss Maud could not bo surpassed in the good old quality at least it's the way in that 'time. It Mary Bell, of Louisville, are spending lions provide for three contests, the Wilson, who is visiting her sister here State for quality and quantity, and re! urn for ib mmej invested in it wd our yard and we don't believe it first this year when the eligibles are is of Swiss make, and 1ms the finest of several weeks In Richmond and are Mrs. EmmaKauffman left Tuesday Circuit Clork Roy White, who is a i..r i he labor expoaded upon it. The j weanlings, the second In 1912 when works. Local jewcrlers claim its nt Madison Institute. will ever bo any cheaper. AWve perform-t- i for a visit to Mr. and Mrs. John Green- very moderate cater, declared that K reaier part of fee esoMtotMO they are yearlings, and the third In mechanism is ef the best and is remrk Mrs. Jack Wagers, after a visit of more directly for 19U when they are i.v a mwananor got somo good ideas about modest leaf of Richmond.. .Mrs. Ed Price was never had he partaken so heartily. Mr. r olds. Un ably preserved. Mr. Wickor values It several weeks to her mother, Mrs. Frankfort; Tuesday and Wednestkn with her sister Mrs. George Ballou of Perkins' friends" remembered him subUie nfit of untitling or somebody der its published terms, the stake Is very highly and has refused several homes that we'll give you free If Weelc Nannie Douglas, left Monday for her Richmond for a short stay Mrs. Sallie stantially with manv useful trifi. Ii w two portions, one of very large offers. oise than for tb pobBiliior teintsolf. Rot divided into Lexington; Thursday and Friday . home in Colorado. you'll como in when ready to neces which Is contested at the Blue Grass Rayburn of Richmond has been with said by tho older ones that Mr. Perkin's iap r. ink. type nod eoetytM Mrs. Emma P. Bush ahd little grand her daughter Mrs. Parker Gregory. build. rather.enjoycd the distinction of having wv u, prod nee a oowopaper cost fair at Lexington and tbe other at the Fire, Life, Accident and Health Insur The very best old line Companie daughter Ethel Dean Bush left Saturday nujxuy and for nooocial nopp'ort Ute Missouri State fair at Sedalia, Mo. ance. Tho Epworth League of the Metho fed more people, as guests during his Each nominator has the option of to visit Mrs. Q. P. Bush In Lancaster. f, AVm. S. IJroaddus. Act. new paper pobUobor moot teok to Uiose dist church has chosen tho following life time than any man in this soction, choosing at which fair he will make They will attend the fair. U" oenve beoolk from Ike poWicity hhs hofficers to serve during the ensuing year and his son seems to be following in his Paris; Monday, 3 1 st, Tuesday,- - 1st, entry. As probably seventy-fiv- e Dr. and Mrs Hugh McCIellen, of San President, Walter Q. Park; 1st Vice" footsteps. y. atrurds. Legs Off. The guests departed with Todd-Edwar- ds Tbe benotte arieiNg from per cent of the eligible colts are In Winchester; Thursday, 3rd, Lexington, weekAntonio. and children, will arrive the, itie uMHbmg of a aowpaper are not Kentucky, this proportion of the show Mrs I. II. Boothe; Second many well wishes of happiness and Friday, 4 th. A foreigner, who has been working at latter part of the week for a stay with President. on i;ed to and advertisers. will be held at tbe Blue Grass fair Miss Mary Lucilo prosperity for the host and his estima Quicksand on the L. & X. extension had Dr. and Mrs. Smoot. The paper is a caortot worker in every and consequently the larger amount of Miss ble wife. Boothe: Third Vico President. off just below tile niovt-methat Mod to improve esodi-- i money to be distributed as the result both legs mashed Invitations are out for a dance at Julia Crutchfield; Fourth Vice'Prcsi- Knees yestenlnv afternoon near the local wrtiv in tbe cemrnHy. Us sobneribore et the futurity will be bung up at Lex Masonic Temple, given by Miss Jamie dedt, Mr. T. W. Crabbe, Miss Sara depot while in the act of boarding a higton. and its advortieers moke its exieteoce Caperton, in honor of her housoparty. Ruckor, Treasurer: nnd Organist, Miss Every Indication points to the great northbound freight, ills name as near (kmsi)4. bot tbe Okoaiiy are a small est show of Myrlle Gott. colts ever seen on any fair as oould be understood is Victor Bogard The event will be tomorrow evening. of tbe commoohy of which it is a grounds. There are The Ice Oream Supper given SaturAt the Mnsonic Tomplo Monday about ninety ell ski. He had been hanging 'round the doreet Heeli de gibles at the present time and It is benefactor Tbe depot all morning. After tho accident day evening by the ladies of the Red evening a delightful dance was given by nveJ from MtWribiMg iw tbe teoal altogether probable that a minimum of in honor name in broken House Baptist churcli was a great several young gentlemen paper aod from osbig h for advert wan: fifty will be seen In the ring on the he was able to tell his who success both socially and in a financial of the following fair visitors: Misses English to several tiurposes aw doaWe and triple the direct afternoon of August 8th at tbe Blue Hazel Duval and Edna Keller, of Paris, They could way. rushed to his assistance. tenetis. It is through the newspaper Grass fair. Tbe prize for which they Mrs. S. R. Bush entertained last Mamie Kellar, of Cincinnati, Nell Keller, BIG will be shown Is well worthy of such make out that the man hall come from t itai t lie oommooJiy wpeokai on all a ring. It will aggregate close to three Quicksand and was trying to rcacli Cin Wednesday with a six O'Clock dinner in of Cincinnati and Ella Lang, of Dover oa which the eommaoity desires thousand dollars. As under the condl cinnati. Dr. Vanght, the company honor of Mrs. James W. Tilford, of Tho opera house orchestra furnished i.. -- aod if hs beat interest are to be tions of the stake there will be ten surgeon, had him brought to the Puttie Louisville, and MrsS. L. Black, of this tho music and a delightrul time was sen ed -- moot be hoard. Mot the monies, each colt shown has a first- Clav Infirmary, where the mashed city. had. The Chaperones were Mcsdames II must not as a ewmmBnily fwrget class chance at some part of tho prize. E. V. Elder, T. M. Wells, and Thomas were amputated. He is in a very Mr. and Mrs George Bogard wore in This great feature, of itself, should limbs thai tue publiuhor of Ute paper is at his Campbell. serious condition. Danville last week the guests of the own erpeoee oxploitinc the oommiMity make Tuesday the banner day of the Danville Advocate: One of the larMisses Noel. They drove through in and beoeftthNT each momber of it as Blue Grass fair. But when it is resea gest receptions of the Good Move their auto Jin.d stopped in Lancaster much as Mrham more than himself called that. In addition, on that after BE HELD AT THE BALL PARK son was that given by Miss Louis Van noon Aviator J. A. D. McCurdy will with relatives for a short time. Tbe hrst aid. the beet aid hi aoy "Keep make a flight from the Blue Grass fair The people of Berea and vioicity are. Winkle vesterday afternoon at her Mrs. Coleman Warford, who has been tue Mooer at Home eampntcn t6 tbe grounds to the city of Winchester, getting a move on themselves as never honfe on Maplo avenue, from5to7. The newspapers. It is through Ms eotomBs eighteen miles distant, and return, before to establish a Graded school. here several weeks recuperating, has event was given in honor of her guests, recovered sufficiently to return to her Mrs. Frank D. VanWinkle. of Cincinthat are made knows tbe advantages within an hour, the outstanding im There has been much opposition to nossessed bv the community k sorves. portance of Tuesday, from the stand Graded school, because the people claim home in aLawrenccburg. Her mother nati, and Mrs Julian P. YanWinklo, of Its pages ohroniole evarr mevoment f point of a visitor to the fair, can read' that the college fulfills the wants. And Mrs. James Hicks accompanied her. Louisville. There were more than two The management besides the heavy propetry owners are 4 interest and importance ie that com ily be understood. Lee White, hundred invitations sent out and nearly Misses Martha and seems justified In feeling and in pretaxes, which is Nancye Terry and Bettie Forbes were all responded. Miss VanWinkle, proved munity and k h the one faotor in locaL Ky dicting that it will break all Records not going to pay exlra development that can net prefltnbly or In the history of the association. always the case. But the. people are members of the big Mammoth Cave to be a charming hostess, and easily safel be emitted or disregarded. numbers excursfon party last week from this entertained her many delighted guests, going after il and the Berea Citizen, the paper issued section. Mr. and Mrs A. Shaw, who have been MR. HAGGIN'S EXHIBIT ii the interest solely of Berea College, lis Saturday. August Olh. eleotion The ladies of Pond church will give a In charge of the Richmond cemetery has the following very strong editorial will be held in 30 dlstriots of this for A Kentucky Jersey fancier, J. B. supper at the church Saturday evening for many years, will leave y on the plan: county to elect seheei trustees. The Haggin, owner of the magnificent beginning at 0 o'clock. Ice cream Moravshire, Scotland, where they will "A movement is on foot in Berea for a next Lexing near farm Uimax is anxious that great care and Elmcndorf be served visit the scones of Iheir childhood. It recently paid $28,000 for better Public School and those who arc and cake in abundance will Everybody is tho first time in eighteen years they ton, forethought be exercised in the choosing good time is assured. Jersey bulls at public agitating the matter are wise in decid and a of these officials, as in the selection of two have seen the old home. They will be auction. He bought at the Cooper ing that the first and best thing to do is is cordially invited. the first of October. Mr, of country' school officials, as well as Prof. T. B. Thrclkeld, of Nicholas- - cone until sales In Pennsylvania Noble of Oak building. Several teachers, hasgs the destiny ef the land at 115,000 and at the Stills at to erect a suitable Shaw cherishes the memory of 'Bobby" e Threlkeld have been hold and ville. at the head country. The welfare of tbe county KlrksvUle. Mo, Viola's Golden Jolly meetings of citizens his countryman, and will also Select Schools for boys, was a prominent Burns, of incompetent for $13,000. At the Cooper sale, also, the majority almost the unanimous visit the o'd Burnes home and talk over schools in the hands commencethe present site visitor at tho Normal school be iwiuiu i vrrv little worse than having Mr. Haggin paid 17.000 for the famous opinion seems to thathad. It is also ment. He is ono of the best known the scenes, which inspired the great can be aM. Under the admlnistra-- 1 cow. Lady Viola. These are. the Ihree is the best that poet to pen his immortal lines. He has no schools at school, to meet the de educators in tho state. been In" this country nearly nineteen tienef Jupt. John Xekuad, the county tighest prices ever paid for three agreed that thebe a graded school. In country. mands, must Louisville Herald: Senator McCreary years and seventeen have been spent In schools of Madison have taken a posi- bead of Jersey cattle in this All three will be shown in the Elmen keeping with these views it is proposed arrived here yesterday morning and i Richmopd. ext to his native land, tion, second to none, and each year Its qualified dorf herd at the Blue Grass fair at to buy considerable of the property ad established in his old quarters at the Kentucky Is tho best lo him. teachers are becoming better Lexington on Friday, August 11th. joining the present school grojunds and Louisville Hotel. It is harbly credible, men and women. It is the desire to Tho Lakeland (Fla) News has the Tom Smith to erect a beautiful, commodious and but it is true never tho-leshighest keep these schools up to the of interest: Mr. J. S modern school building one that shall did not accompany the Senator this following item Ancient Rain Guage. point of efficiency, by continually Hagan, who has leased the Blaine place t lesstlutn $15,000, such an edifice .The cheeskig competent trustees, who wiM in guage credit of Inventing the raini, cost not community would like to be time. on Lake nollingsworth, returned this has always been given to Caa-tell- as the Vote Miss Mattle Elder, Mary Conway and week from Kentucky, where ho went competent teachers. turn choose Have Engaged Curtiss Aviation Amuseme.nt Company contemporary of Galileo, who indeed bv. Here is the test of our a c guests the Misses Kellar, of Cincinnati for the purpose of bringing down his A i for tbe most competent person in the made one In 1639, but the director of citizenship, our patriotism, our love and will spend the week-en- d n Lexington election on August 5th. family and household goods. These the Coreaa Meteorologies Observa- lovaliv. That we should have a proper attending the house party, of Miss estimable people are now prepared to tory, Sr. V. Wada, has shown that U ly equipped school building in llerea is Katherire McKenna. Fxhxds hereibave received copies of Is due to a Corean king. Tbe latter, vastly more important to every voter in enjoy life In thojrvery desirable location Rev. Crutchfield, of the Methodist and in this pleasant country. Mr. the Jiulc book, The Good Old Days" King Sejo, In the year Ml caused ax flerea tlian that the State should have be printed from the paper, which Hon. instrument of bronze to and construct- a beautiful capltol building; and who churce officiated at the marriage of Mr. Hagan brought down a couple of fine PLENTY ed to measure tbe rain, It It sat MUSIC :- -: . BAND ttwrtes W. JletL State Insurance Com- out in ths historical records of Cores shall be elected trustee, or chosen teach-e- r W. G. Bauer, of La Grange and Mrs. cows, other live stock, and various K. L. Powell banD. Moore, of London. The nuptials things- - to increase the comfort and Dora missioner read a the that this was a rase flftten laches Is tremendously more significant than Triple Parachute Drop 3 drops in suc- quet in LeukvHIe. The demand lor 'a deep and seven Inches In diameter, who shall be elected Governor or even look place in the parlors of Iho Glyndon pleasure family. He. expects to . cession from oae Balloon was commorning. Tuesday placed upon a pillar. An example of President." espy" was so great, ks author engage in trucking ahd possibly in other in the hands of this was placed la the observatory, Mr. and. Mrs. William Spears, of lines. it pelled :- -: Low all It w Hnkjue in its humor and and each time tbe rain fell the ' One of the most elobnite entertainAH EoLinney of Danville, was one man Oklahoma, who have been visiting Mr. measure the a field of writing .rarely ever heightwere instructed toknows Bradley couldn't oust from the and Mrs. R. E. Turlcy, will leave the ments of tho season, and one of much Senator and to make It handle wkh the great success that the king. Other instruments wereto tho postmastershlp. Mr. Lmney has held first of tho week for Lexington for a prominence during tho Commencement has aecompli-h-popwtor Commisft'oner to the pro t! tees asd ea for twelve years .and every visit to Mrs. !L F. Spears. Mrs. it. E. festivities of the Normal school, was tho Its great. tees and tbe results of the eboorra-Ufl- resident of the town and county think Turlcy wjll accompany them. the reception given last .Friday, evening soade wore.oeoito court well of him. The public's demand was Mr. John Coles a civil engineer, who by Dr. nnd Mrs. J. G. Grabbe. The M . Littk Folks Admitted of ."Texas Om laturflrr hw tbe State No toJ Gtm4 Sund the Senator In has been stationed at Lock 13 near beautiful home; on "Lancaster Avenue a little too strong--foWW PrebHrnkW From . . this case. Beat ly ville, wks brought to the' Faille wasirlUtfcnHyjdecorated for the occas far k appears flATWES ' EV.ERY HOUSEWIFE N&w is the Time Will-Spear- almost to buy something nothing. order to make room the goods, we next two weeks sell our Mcie constant drudgery Muslin Underwear at a PERSONALS preat Reduction and see our sale it Come seeing and don't Richmond Heating & Plumbing Company Cash Only OWEN McK EE - McCormick Mowers - and Binders and Binder Twine The Richmond Climax. We handle the Genuine Brown Malta er Riding and Walking Cultivator and Double Shovel Plows Eva Roberts STrK. tIC 60 Tooth Drag Harrows Call and see these , w are the best. buying I'ltullnc-Pavlovna- .. Divorce Courts TAYLOR & OLDHAM er HORSES Get a Hard Blow -- i Repeating Shotguns INCmSJBln te ! lt , ELIABLE out-of-t- i Games At Home. two-yea- This Next seribrs - Vice-Preside- Lumber Co. lrt Don't Fail - To THE Attend eom-muiii- t) P CEO mid-summ- er Celebration TO AT e-- RICHMOND, AUG. 2, Auspices Continental Aero Club, Incorporated, Richmond, 1911 CURTISS BALLOON AEROPLANE ASCENSION Shows Amusements Refreshments I of-th- e pub-iiohor- s. Cannon Act MLtfSiroa Rates on Raikoads OF GOOD AERO BRA55 1 Mr Excursious from Points d d eJe Th Admission, Adults 50c; Children 25c Frtt Ounce - vot oJk r Gtfe i . Arc You Nervous? What makes you nervous? It is the weakness of your womanly constitution, which cannot stand the strain of the hard work you do. As a result, you break down, and ruin your entire nervous system. Don't keep this up! Take Cardui, the woman's tonic Cardui is made from purely vegetable ingredients. It acts gently on the womanly organs, and helps them to do their proper work. It relieves pain and restores health, in a natural manner, by going to the source of the trouble and building up the bodily strength. Cardui me Th Woman'sTonic Mrs. Grace Fortner, of Man, W. Va., took Cardui. This is what she says about it: "I was so weak and nervous, I could not bear to have anyone near me. I had fainting spells, and I lost flesh every day. The first dose of Cardui helped me. Now, I am entirely cured of the fainting spells, and I cannot say enough for Cardui, for I know it saved my life." It is the best tonic for women. Do you suffer from any of the pains peculiar to women? Take Cardui. It will help you. Ask your druggist. Writt to: Ladic' Adritorr Dept. ChatUnoot Medicine Co.. Chittinonra Tin . liutmctionx, and for Sftdal xe boolc.-Hc.- Treatment lor Women," tent free. J 50 Mr Farmer Make your liome as modem for your family as a city rei' dence and place yourself in a position to jet the lateet market quotations at any time. This can be accomplished by means of our telephone service, when n and your neighbor ean get for a sum that is small compared with the Call or address our nearest office or write direct to headquarters 8 received. NasnvHle. lennesiee. lsr information regarding our special "Farmers' Line' rate If at present you are not enjoying telephone service, we can immediately nwrestyou. Our lines cover the States ot Kentucky, Tennessee, MissiEsipn Louisiana and the Southern portion of Indiana and Illinois. Rural Telephones SAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE CO., Incorporared Moved I Grocery & Meat jail, and soto Irvine street, opposite licit the patronage in the future of those who have dealt with me in the past. My meat market will be as good as can be, always ready with fresh and cured meats Groceries in large and quick delivery. quantities and the best that can be purchased. If you have never given us a part of your trade, begin now we will guarantee to please Yours for Fresh Goods Have Moved My IVIarket the J. R. PARKE Telephone 39 Irvine Street My Wall Paper Stock and I can furnish anything in this We line. Also Paint of the highest quality. guarantee to please the most fastidious is complete people : ;; : : : ' : : . W. Third LEEDS Richmond, Ky Street Big Prices For Hides have enlarged our warehouse and can ban-di- e all the Tallow, Wool, Rags, Bones, Ginseng and Feathers that you bring. Remem- ber we.pay the highest prices. We buy Hideii "Rubber and all kinds of metals and scrap iron. Bring wha't you have "We I HAVE FOR SALE THE -- Best Braces for fences, Water Tanks, etc., and any - kinds, of Repairs for all kinds of Machinery. M. RICHMOND WIDES Phone 363 - KENTUCKY Big Clearance Sate I 10 Days Only Beginning July 22 and ending July 30, sell everything in my entire stocK aosojuip will AT COST tofflhoke room for for my faljptock estfMain MsfStreet Jv M. Barlow Gibson BkJ- - the Iijlllcs Bloom.'' BAND WILL PLAY Mtv Noland introduced thS- - speaker FOR REPUFSEXTATIYE of the morning Prof. Roscob Gilmors We are authorized to announce L. B? Department of English "of Stott, of Herrincton a oandidata for FAIR BLUE AT the Bastexn Kentucky Slate .Normal. to the office of Representative, subject have never seen awomaft In his remarks Mr. Nolund explained to the action of the Democratic party. k . Uessie White. and yrith good sense bat who had Division No.C Mrs. M.issio Powell, that Prof. Stott hail 'been through the FOR SHERIFF J. B. Harris, Miss Tenipest common schools and University, thus Coming of Thi3 Musical Organization Indicates Importance We nrnutiinrlKedto nnnotinee ELMISR Prof. beauty enough to make her" being eminently capable of. delivering DEATHEKAGE a candidate for Sheriff of MadUon cor.ntv. subject to the net Ion .of Terrill. you Big Exposition Week of August 7th to 12th of the self highly agreeable. Wednesday morning Superintendent an address to common sah wl graduates, Democratic party but this Was not all, Prof. Stott is a We arc nuthoiized to announce JOHN E. Ireland of Stanford was present bringwish to see faces light up with BALDWIN a candidate for Sheriff f Mad. man of recognized talents being a Uson county, subject to the action of the ing into our mids,t the joy of his rich joy and satisfaction just drop Democratic party. bass voice. He sang with Miss No)?uid writer of fame and ono of ih brni :iusi in our Siair and comWe are authorized to announce X. B- - and Miss Mary Traynor that sweet old men we've-.hain among the customers at JONES o candidate forSheriff of Madison county, subject to the action of the Demo- song "Face to Faee, Shall and Bejjold munity. Prof. Stott, though unassumcratic party. ing and modest as a school girl, int Him." Mr. Ireland's voice carried' well We are authorized to announce II. IT. mediately' captured his audience hy COLYKK u candidate for Sheriff of Madi- with Miss Noland's and Miss Trayrtbr'8 son county, subject to the action of the clear sweet tones and they resppnded to saying that Mr. Noland being anxious Democratic party. hearty encore. Mr. Ooates asJied lhat tho boys and girls should iiae tlie tiuuiffl in - iu .iiuitiiiiiicr best, had written to Pro. Tafi and tried XT tiruit;iincir ItX I. ft ..tt. l rt JJ. liTT"tV"lX. U uiimiuuit: f CIK'IH Miss Adelia Fox to toll of tho Work- till J lUit of Madison County, subject to the action to secure him to deliver tlie itddreas ot ttie Democratic party. Dealing done tn her sceool or "How she had Tho Low but tho president rofused because tie in school to herRnvironment." adjusted her FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY a Republican and didn't think it wiiei Miss Cox told of teaching the children, 'Telephone (2 We are authorized to nnnounce R. II. Opera House Building girls to sew ou buttons, to comd to a Democratic stale Then he CROOKE a candidate forCounty Attorney both boys and tried to got Champ Clark who rofused. subject tn the action of the Democratic sing-stripof party. the girls to cook by Pres. Lowell of Harvard also had an of SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENCE excuse and ho finally asked him because We are authorized to announce. RKNJ A iving recipes at school for composi ho thought him boyish enough to talk l'. jsuw akus, n candidate tor su tion and writing exercises and then nin perintendent of Public Schools of Madlpon to Ihe kids. This brought the audienc county, subject to the action of the Demo having the children try them at homo cratic party. convenient, of teaching close to him at once and for nearly ;m or at school if hour ho held thorn unwaveringly, Je eloWc nre authorized to nnnounce Will. S. Brock n candidate for Superintendent of the children gardening by givinj: each ping beautifully Uio Biblical subject. Public Schools of Mfiflisnn Cotuitv. Kull child its own garden spot and offering jeet to the action of the Democratic party ''And on the top of tho pillar wis li! a prize for tho best and of having the FOR JAILER in a "dug out" work, thus was the work of the temple children do sloyd work IF SO, LET US finished." Artistically und delicaicU w i t irknr x? xr i n i e uic uiiiiiuriz.cu i. lUiiuiKiliiilc tiwjviTi they had made for a play house. This u.t-vf .tr.. i ri FIGURE YOUR county subject to the notion f tlie Demo- - was a most throughly practical report hebuildcd before them a pillar. the pillar lhat each ono builds. in life, laying because every teacher in the Instituto first a firm and amplo foundation, then FOR ASSESSOR could do the same thing. Mr. Coutes We arc authorized toannounceGEORGE brought out ot work with tho the perfoctjy rounded, symmetrical, e NOLAND a candidate for Assessor of United States Marine Band, from Photograph Taken in Front of the White Madison County subject to the action of hands. Children learn to do by doing shaft or body and finally the top. House, Washington D, C. the Democratic party. Summing up ho said that tho pillar and since the school is the child's home We are authorized Jo announce W. F. must be perfectly symmetrical, it must Tho most remarkable opportunity dent of the United States and of the JAR.MAN a candidate for Assessorof Mad they should be taught to take care of bo strong and solid and after 4) is, on that has ever been offered the people secretary ot the navy, to allow the ison county, subject to the action of the it properly. Prof. Brock talked a tew Democratic party tho top must come tho "lily work." of Kentucky in a musical way willbe band to make the trip. Each of the We nre authorized to announce RUFUS moments on' tho schools of tho south as JENKINS a candidate for Assessor of he saw them. Ho said that the north The spirit of appreciation, k indues, the appearance of the famous Unttod men composing the organization Is. Madison count)- - subject to the action of the Marine Band, which comes titled to a furlough for a brief period tact, b road n oss and tho spirit of liftinsr erner went down there and left his Democratic part v. e all constitute the'lily work on the top from Washington City to play at the every year. By granting all of the money and his ideas and the southerner FOR COUNTY' CLERK Incorporated Grass Pair at Lexington through--' loughs for the week of August 7th to of the pillar. Thus at the last if all are We are authorized to announce LaRueC. used them. Asa result they have good 12th, the navy department made pos- out the week of August 7th to 12th. House a candidate for County Clerk 1 common schools and High schools in put together the'ono who is "Uigj-er- " Near L, & A. Depot Telephone 425 Conceded by competent judges ev- - slble the engagement of the band by Madison county subject to the action o than any mortal will say, "well done erywhore to be the best organization the Blue Grass fair without violating Democratic partr tho poorest country. These schools the good and faithful servant." Mr. of Its kind in tho world, .the fame of; its own rule. make land more desirable, hence more to Money to Loan on Good Farm valuable. They keep the efficient Stott posses the unusual ability to com- the Marine Bandhas extended may ev-- j Throughout the summer months the be Marine Band gives a concert on the bine the sublime and ridiculous without ery section of the country. It service of their teachers by transfering Lanas. losing the identity of cither elemont and truthfully stated that in very large lawn in front of the White House at under their perfect system The Northwestern Mutual Die In them was in almost continous degree it was this band" which made Washington each Saturday afternoon. change of scene and work his audience money at o per giving them panorama of smilos and tears. Many John Phillip Sousa, tho noted band After the regular concert on the suraiice (Jo., will loan famous. Under his direction noon of August 5th, It will take a spe-th- e cent interest on good improved farm tnat enables them to stay in the pro- others besides the boys ami girls of the fession, by preserving their healthy. Marine Band attained a degree oficial train to Lexington, arriving over lands on.Mortpe. will long remomber anil carry eminence that brought it into interna-- . the C. & O. railroad on Sunday, Au-The bovs have strong corn clubs and class Apply to J. C. Chenanlt, Atty. with them the "ideal" pillar built for tional prominence and during tbe term gust 6th. Sunday, evening a special the men Agricultural societies. AgriKy. Riebraoud, them in Mr. Stott's address, they will of its present leader, Lieut. William A. sacred concert will be given at the cultural Institutes are scattered about build pillars for themselves "and on Santelmaan, it has fully maintained Blue Grass fair grounds and each aftthese enterprises all have first and ernoon and evening throughout the tho top of the pillar will bo lilv work." the standards then set. class leaderships. Tho girls have The more statement that the Marino week of the fair this splendid band Miss Traynor sans a solo in her Uiiml domestic scicnco, are taugnt sewing so Band is coming to the Blue Grass Fair will furnish the music. carefully that they readily acquire sweot and oxprossiw maimer and Mr. carries with it a tremendous testi- The opportunity that will thus be af-Noland presented the Diplomas to the . ability that they would not acquire at monial of the importance of the big forded the people of Central Kentucky youthful graduatos. Tho malo quartet exposition which will hold forth at is absolutely unprecedented. Any home. Soveral other discussions folT. R. Pennington sang "Silver Threads among the Gold" Lexington during the second week in lover of music would gladly pay from lowed in which it was shown that Dentist. Dr. n Scanlon pronounced the August. Never before has this noted $1.00 to 51.50 to hear such an "scholarship" is one of the most reliable and appeared on the grounds zation as the Marine Band, but at the Office nest door to Government build sources of good order, tho child involun- benediction. A short'aflornoon session called at 1:30 to dispose of some impor- of any fair state, district or county. Blue Grass fair prolonged concerts by injr Richmond, Ky. tarily showing respecj to a teacher who tant business. Some timo was given to Indeed, only in instances of the largest this hand Will be heard and innumera-expositionis a scholar. Mr. Coats spoke enthusisuch as the World's Fairs ble features of the greatest interest a discussion of grading and Classificaastically concerning the professional Chicago and St Louis, has it been will, in addition, be offered all for the tion and the reports of the commutes at allowed to lepve Washington. Its com- admission fee or fifty cents. It. therereading of the teachers, urging them to Successor to Unnnn & Denny calicd for. Tho various association ing to Lexington is the result of three fore, seems reasonable to suppose that keep up'a good library and be well up were not prepared to report years' work on the part of the man- on the strength ot this one feature the professional sido of their commiltcos on the Over BUte Bint & Trust Compmy management of the fair may anticiand upon request by Mr. Coates, Mr. agement of the Blue Grau fair. TKLKPUONE 28 profession. The first subject for crowds. Noland named a special commitie, comEfforts have been made continuous- pate record-breakinthe afternoon was "punishment" At each concert not only will an ex- posed of the chairmon of tho various ly for each of the past three years to and five topics were discussed. Punish-mosecure, this great organization, but cellent program of instrumental music committcostomeot(wiihhimand To revenge a wrong, to satisfy division given, but there will also be varied Instructor Coalos Saturday August 12" without success, until the present sea be justice, to sustain dignity of the teacher, son. And in this instance the result vocal selections. The Marine Band for further plans. The special has been achieved only through the has its own chorus of splendid male to deter others from wrong doing and to is: Division No. I Miss powerful Influence of Hon. Champ voices and the programs will be so arreform the offender, all were rejected Will buy or sellyour bouse, Nannie Boudinot, Division No. 2, Miss Clark, speaker of the house of repre ranged as to give the audiences the bein0' concluded that farm town lots or any thing except tho last it ihe child's own good Marian Noland, Division No. 3, Miss sentatives, who through personal ef full benefit of the training and the phnishment for else in the Real Estate line. was the only allowable kind. Mr. Adilia Fox, Division No. 4. Miss Maude fort secured the consent of the Presl- - melody of these voices. Miss Stolla Division No. Anv business intrusted to Coals later made an eloquent and Crandall, Division No. 05 Mrs. Massie Hendrcn, Suceessor lo Tate & Son THE POULTRY SHOW him will be promptly and earnest appeal for moro scholary men Powell. The Resolutions committee our schools and more to take charge of E. Main . carefullv attended to. See efficient supervision in the county dis- reported a number of good resolutions The poultry show at the Blue Grass him if his services are; need tricts. This being the crying need of butinthey were not filed with the secretafair the week of August 7th to 12th, ry timo for this report however wo the present school condition. RUNNING RACES WILL BE GIVEN is going to be a feature ot outstanded. would do the teachersjind tho Instrucing importance. Thursday We represent iron bound started wheremorning tho program was tor an injustice if wo did not 'sayj that ON EACH OF "THE SIX DAYS bodying prizes for A classification em26S different classes it was left and the subjects OF BLUE GRASS FAIR. of poultry and pigeons Has been openre were ably handled by the various the teachers pledged themselves to Insurance Companies support of proposed new legislation ed and every "indication point3 to a teachers. Mr. Coates used the new the member this. entry list Mr. S. B. every gem in cur line collecfor the benefit of the county and slate course of study in connection with the Day Will Witness a Cup Rac Lane, of Spiceland, Ind., has consent- tion of jewels is, and their rich schools. Especially are they in favor of Each subjects called, explaining in detail tho Open to All Members of the Gen- ed to judge the poultry- - Dr. C. W. color and brilliancy and unimoney for new buildings and routine work as "planned in it. This raising tlemen's Driving Cluh of Trapp, ot Lexington, will judge tbe que and exquisite setting of securing moro thorough'and efficient Lexington. course is approved by tho Stato Board pigeons. The show is being managed supervision in all branches. And as & makf them fit gifts for a by men who have been prominent in of Education printed and put into tho Mary Blue Grass Poultry association, who Queen. We have everj'thing hands of every teacher fqr uso in the closing word wo would pay MUs An excellent speed program has are thoroughly In touch with poultry school room this fall. Mr. Coates, ar- Traynor the hearty appreciation sho so chat is new and novel in pins, Real ranged it himself, giving months of richly deserves for the meledy sho has beon arranged for the Blue Grass fair, conditions throughout the south and kept about us during this. week. Under which will bo held at Lexington the who feel sure ot being able to bring rings, ear screws and drops time and untold patience in its developweek of August 7th to 12th. On each to the Blue Grass fair Oldham Building ment. As a result everything is plan her able direction song has beon where of the six days will be given running list as will make a most sueh an entry at prices thai, are remarkable creditable and song would not and it is indeed; good for ncd in the most simple and detailed way races and on Monday, Tuesday, Wed- desirable show. Ky for their low figure so that any teacher can use it. Mr. "music haih charms" that prevents nesday, Thursday and Friday there altogether prosy. The our being Coates has done the teachers of this will be races for light harnoss horses WOMAN'S DEPARTMENT. year is tho stops upon as well. On each of these days will state immeasurable service in giving success of this will mount togroatqr success be witnessed a cup race, open to memThe Woman's department of the them t'jis excellent plan by which to which we, TO INSURE YOU 11 bers of the Gentlemen's Driving club Blue Grass fair, which will be held at the next year. Mr. Koland distributed work. of Lexington and one of the several Lexington the week of August 7th. to HOUSE ."WITH record books and reports to'lhc teachers railroaders, mechanics, Farmers, monetary prizes are 12th, is more extensive and important morning,' laborers rely on Dr. Thomas Ecloctic races for whlen and occupied the rest of the offered. this year than ever before. The pre' explaining with great care and in par- Oil. Takes the sting out of cuts, burns The 2:16 trot Is scheduled for the mium list has been Improved and enor brusics at once. Pain cannot stay keepticular all points concerning the afternoon of Monday, August 7th; the larged and classes are offered which where' it is used. AT ONCE ing, caring for and filing of these reports. trot for Tuesday after- cover specifically almost every kind Wo noon; the 2:20 pace for Wednesday; of women's work and table luxury. THAN TO WAIT UNTIL IT Since he entered the superintendents Burnam's Insurance Agoncj d trot for Thursday, To this department Is given up the enBURNS AND WISH office Mr. Nolarid has worked unceasinginsure tobacco in the Hold. Rates the nnd the 2:22 trot for Friday. In both tire third floor of the large Floral .hall. YOU HAD ly to get the records in better shape and cheap. tf old trot On the second floor of the building are the 1:16 trot and the two-yefiled properly at the proper time and Sprains require careful treatment. at the Bluo Grass fair last yarn; new attracuve booths utilized by Lexing lie deserves all honor for having sue Keep quiqt and apply Chamborlian's Harry M Blanton, records for the season ware set ton merchants for the display cecded so well in this Herculean task. Liminent freely. It will remove the There is evory reason to believe that wares. As for two years past, of their the DENTIST Nature Study, Elementary science and soreness and quickly restoro the parts these events wilt bo equally interest- ral hall will be under the direction Floand to a healthy condition. For salo by iu Bennstl Bul.-iUSchool Gardening was the first discus- Stockton & Son. lit ing in the contests which they offor management of Mr. G. Norton Sharpe. . ,.nly sion for tho afternoon. Prof. F. C. this year and will probably bring toIt promises to be more attractive gether a larger number of horses. from every standpoint this year than Clark was asked to take the topic and he House for Rent The most attractive feature In the' ever before. again delighted the audience by telling Seven room brick, furnished or un- matter of running races will be a spethorn just how to solve the problem of SURVEYOR furnished.' 40T AVest Main street. cial race for gentlemen riders, which HALF FARE RATES TO FAIR. solicago of those its patron needing ser school agriculture after the lato start Green Clay. has been gotten up at the request of makes. He told of a teacher the school vices of a competent man. Auuress, .0-Telephone 3(J0--3 Do not fail to visit the Blue Grass members of the Lexington Polo club. in the north who won a prizo of one ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON APPLICATION RICHMOND, KENTUCKY. ? In this club are bolng developed a fair at Lexington, the week hi August Billious? Feel heavy aftor .dinner? number of expert horsemen and dollars, that had been offered hundred the 7th to 12th. One-hal- f fare rates will Tongue coated I Bitler tasto? Complexfor the best exhibits, fifty dollars for ion sallow! Liver needs waking up, Gentlemen's Cup race will bring to; prevail on all railroads in Kentucky. GREENLEAF & HERRINGTON tho best school Garden and fifty for the Doan's Rcgulots cure blllious attacks. gether eight or ten of these, mounted Each afternoon, beginning with Tues on some of the best thoroughbreds to day, there will be aeroplane flights by best example of patriotism two years 25cents at any drug store. Shop in Rear oi McKee Building: Lawyers be found in Central Kentucky. This the world renowned aviator, J. A. D. being given for the experiment. The ? Fire, Life, Accident and Health Insur Otlico in'Douglas & Simmons' new teacher who was successful grew ill ance. Tho very best old line Companie race will be put on Monday afternoon, McCurdy. Each afternoon and eveopening day of the fair, and Is cer- ning, beginning with Sunday, August the Richmond, Ky Building on Second Street American flag of sweet peas. She had f. Wm. S. Broaddus. Agt. tain to prove one of the most attrac- 6th, there will be magnificent band opp. Court nouse the children selec'. the best seed and witnessed during th concerts by the renowned U. S. Ma tive Now is the time of year to feed your week. features plant them. When they bloomed she rine band from Washington City. cures had them tie red strings on the stem of fowls a good tonic. plants having red flowers, white on the Cholera, Roup, Gapes, Canker and When fed as a provcrrtativo white flowers and blue on the bluo Attobhbyat-L- a , keeps them healthy, but flowers. Thejatbered tho seed from it not only lay. Price 50c No Cure. makes them KENTUCKY. RICHMOND, T these plantsianufthe next year these No Pay. Guaranteed by your druggists. is plunteSuJn the design of the ijckion & Son. .nice over State Bank & Trust Co., op seed were flag. TJilj&UMrfsaid Mr. Clark, jifVry 'I unuer inc guarantee, ask ior josite Court House, nn Main Street. must be simple! ;lcl on disease of poultry. this practical antttcontinuous. If you nre,& Don't think that piles can't he on ml begin thisyftitr.have children selectionists Thousands 6f obstinate, cases havo been corn ralsed'at homo Ichoosing froml-5'li- : cured by Doan's Ointment. 50 cents at DENTIST stalk as If. Stands in the field. Then Have any drug store. All First-cla- ss an exhibit with essays and debatfor Lick, S.fjfijK n d the bo ys, a p r o n c o n t e Crown,-- Bridge and Inlay work a cooking shows for tho girlsr 'Many Specialty. We keep the best one on the other valuable suggstions wero made Ofllce in Bank Building. and Mr. Clark proved himself a real Thos. R. Parks, &o Plntlfs vs market and every owner friend in need. Mr. Coates again Dfts using the course of study for refcrenco Lulu Reid, &o judgment Under and by vtr will testify to its great worth. talked on common school graduation at the .May and order of salo rend. suggesting'this day as a field day for term of the Madlsfmi ircuit Court, in The main secret in this one rural education. Prof. Hariris called a the above stviea.nuu o n, tiiouiiuerslgiieu Dentist meeting of the .Resolution committee Master IkimnYTSvgmer of said Court, will g- leiepnoD? zoi xm is'its cork" lining;. Cork is and Institute adjourned. The first on - OfQce in Oldham Building session Friday morning vas doyoted to Monday, Aug. 7, 1911 acknowledged by scientists tho detailed personal examination of Canity Court Day, at 11 o'clock a. m. the course of study. A sufficient num- frittrbnt of the court house door in to be the best to tho highest and best W. "W. Broaddus &Co., have excellent ber of copies to furnish every teacher was secured and Mr. Coates reviewed bithlerHhe-followinproperty: described facilities for storage. Bring in your of heat, and the manner in the whole book stopping only to explain tf wheat. A Certain Tract of Land a difficult plan. At ten o'clck-th- e regut. hich it is used in this Re Brick for 5ale lar work was put aside for the common on the waters of Otter CrookJradison onTbtfcjWrth by . school, graduation exercises. Thero countjvKy,, bounded frigerator makes your ice bill fall tQ a xidicukyusly A few thousand old, brick for sale. SUk'ett, on the lands of Jake arid Greatest ColtSBowiatieWorld were twelve, graduates, niey were the west and south bjSSjySgRiU-o- Chas. j.-IN PREMIUMS King & Son.l , Three Olitr Rica Stiik Hcne Suites Come in and let us show you. Its wot th your ushered into the auditorium by mem- Gentry and on,tWs easVbyThO lands of Best of all Algeria Merse Stars Noland bers of tlie commitlee, a most inspiring Mrs. Maltie Baxter and James High-CIaRaaaiug For (SaIe. Snleaijy Dunlar at Fwv fkaa while j- body 6t young people stepping proudly and supposed to contain 50 acres, moro and Harness Races Daily Sr loss. ot Lire Mec Lot In Burnamwood 70x170 feet. to the music of a spirited marcti played Terms Said land will be sold on a R. . STQNE Apply tf by Miss Mary Traytior. credit of six months time, the purchaser Dr. Scanlon of the First Presbyterian being required to execute sale- bonds HERBERT A. KLINE CARMYAL COIPAMY Burhams Insurance Agency oldest church nrofmunced the invocation and with approved security, payable to the t P Phone' malo quarteto composed of Messrs. Commissioner, to have the force and and best companies-represented- . V effect of a judgment, with HenToWliied W II JOtlElT SH0USI, &e'j, 707. Kennedy, Cecil Traynor, Joseph1 Keller on the land sold until all the purchase KJ' Mil rr.i-iv- -. I j l Dan Breck, lire'llghtnipg, cyclone Leo Keller delighted thejHrge audience money Is paid. " . H. C. RICE, M. C. M. C. C. insurance. tf with their renditiea of Xj'Otme where and AB6tMteme&ts Madi xLounty;it ' Teachers U. S. MARINE Betsy's Pointers t te. THE GRASS "I Alice-Whltloc- If Lackey & Todd Prices and Square -4 Home of s leaching cloth, Going to Build? l. x the-valu- , ' fur-Blu- J I after-maste- r, j 6-- ORANGES 15 cents J organl-organizaUo- s, R. Emmett Million i per DENTIST g Dozen nt James & Hunley mf D. B. McKinney Telephone 35 Street A Rare Beauty record-breakin- g J. T. FERRIELL Lstate Agent Richmond, IT IS BETTER F. J. YBAGER D, R. Freeman two-year-o- three-year-ol- ar t hr o nr 1 . O. I KJUU 9 Contractor and Ann y 3 y o-asi- K. lEL.-PaO.N- H. e. DOTY, t 6 7 Builder ? 9 Telephone 467 9 Rl-11-- Lim-bernec- The Climax : $1 OE a Year The Home Not Complete Without a kiiid-;&7wo- rk H. L PATRICK EFRIGER ATOR and Above Paint Kentucky Commissioner's Sale. Blue Grass Fair LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY 7? U. S. MarineBand, a One O Robt. C Boggs AUGUST ' 8,9,10,11,12 6 Big Days and Nights 6 3J00ildlHorse Ei -- Daily Concerts Aeroplane Flights Daily by J. A. D. McCurdy non-conduct- or 2-- 2-- tf H $25,000 low-figure- U jt j jt ' ji jt tf o FwaFJS 0 0. B. Shackelford W Co. iive-aioc- k UaoEioEaoBad!Lr u.i-- i m you've hczn paying $45, I'F $50 and $60 to some small tailor for your clothes because you tko t this was the only way to get satisfactory results in custom tailoring, you'd Letter give us an order tO'Kavea suit made for you by WAY OF SAVINS A BABY-F- REE non-grifi8. TO TRY 1 rE mII all lands of good clothes, kotV' mide to measure and ready to wear,lut we particularly recommend -- those we have- made as each - customer wants them by Ed. X Price woolens Co. CUICtCO new-Fal- l " Ed. K Price $ XCAIT TAltonS tke-advantage- s Co. CHICAGO -The mother dc-t-s not .Uve who would not do all in her power to Jteep her child healthy, but often she does not know how. So when a doctof oT standing points the way all can afford to listen. It is an accepted fact that nine out of ten of the troubles of infants and children is intestinal. You notice it by thefact that the child is constipated, it belches, is peevish and cries. Don't give a remedy that contains an opiate, because the child will get in the habit of needing it, and don't become alarmed and run at once for a doctor. Try a scientific laxative first. Give a small dose of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, the remedy that is intended in every particular. Mrs. Toomey of Emingsville, Pa., and Mrs. Fred Croms of Alanson, Mich., never give their children anything else. These arc only a few among thousands of You can buy a. fifty-- cent or one . . 9 J f..1 uif Any ncaiuy aruggisi, uymc thev have all $nM it fnr a rtnrra. tion. but if vnn want tn t it nn tfntt. child first send your address to Dr. arm nc . win rhrTtniiu conrt ... .. i . r jtu. a tree sample aDOttle. T Address him Dr. W CA,X 402 Caldwell buildinc. MnntieMl.' for the tfsc of children. It is mild gentle and The remedy is absolutely pure and is guaranteed Your Confidence "u"I for H T t 3 We have got the biggest "Cinch" and "Pujl" of amy dealer in a town when it comes to selling Quality Merchandise and u J leu you in an comiaenceDuy uuaiuy ino nauer vvnat You Pay. There is always a reason why a bargain is a "bargain." V ' . t t v A Tit All. 1 ' MItf XAKT TJLIlOtl For Sale by STOCKTON'S a DRUG STqUE Clothes dont make the man but SCHLOSS Garments make, you feel like a man 6 jj We'll show you their tHe most will be attractive patterns youve ever seen, i our selection made-up J J of-You secure, personally selected style and fakric, as well as a correct fit. fhe Richmond Climax. Steve K. Taught PDSUSnED ETERI Editor WEHEJMT IT tkereky gaining a distinctive l. . in- to your meas- ure, as you want it, for $20 to $40. If you're not satisfied, it won't cost you anything. Em1uI Fiibion No. Fr-BuU- on 83 D.-- B. Still SoftRoH. O-- . dividuality of appearance, yet I tke cost is way kelow wkat most tailors askfor equal values. Let us prove it to you. ) THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO (Incorporated.) A. D. Miller y. Q. "White KENTUCKY - Tres. and Mgr. l ASSOCIATION Sec'y-Troas local rfsrcKBttttrc of EJ. V. Price U Ottawa EcluiTe local rprJttTC of Ed. V. Price Co.. Chicago EIGHTH Vtnltr PRESS Xti DISTRICT PUBLISHERS LEAGUE. ?1.00 PER" YEAR IK ADVANCE hthere's one kig advantage in selecting fakric for a a ege men, WEDNESDAY JULY 20 - - - 1011 acw Fall Suit or Overcoat from tke kandsome assortment of Woole ns sent us ky Ed. V. frice & Co., of Ckicago, and that is: You get exactly wkat you pay for Honest Value In young feeling men, wko demand a particular individuality of dress, will find exactly wkat pleases tkem kest among tke superk Woolens and nokky faskions we are skowing from tke Fall line of Madison Couniy Teachers Hold One of the Most Profit- able Institutes, in Years, as Well as the Most Enjoyable Supt. Coates an Excellent In structor. (Climax Special Correspondence) Ma Je-To- -Or Jer Clotkes: Ed. K Price $ KSkCXAMT TAILOXS Co . a O CU I CA Fi.IIob Ko. 677 Fw- - Buttoa Rrfulir Look over tkese new Fall fabrics and nokky Fashion ideas we kave on display, and kave us take your measure. We'll deliver clotkes made as you want tkem, wken you want tkem, at prices tkat are simply irresistible. of Tkese E. V. ELDER Determination Sale Continued to Monday, July 31st This has been the greatest sale ever held in Richmond. We have placed the entire stock on sale in the very heart of the buying season. We are forced to slaugter standard goods of world wide reputation at a mere fraction of their true worth. Administrators Notice. lAmrt UU rcprcKBtatiTC U. tk V. Price U Co, MereWt T.ilorf. HSrf&g Roil, Chiufil Di,Fro.t tailors will make clotkes "tke way you want tkem at from 30 to 50 per cent kelow wkat smaller tailors ordi-nar- ly ckarge, and deliver unsur- zssei V&y style andsatisfac-So- ft tion Let us measure you y. well-know- n The child, the home and tho school are themes that occupied the attention of Madison county teachers throughout & most successful and profitable Monday morning July 10, the teachers of Madison county gathered in the handsone new Caldwell High School Auditorium and followed throughout tho week the earnest and devoted John1 leadership of Superintendent Soland, State Supervisor T. J. Coats as instructor and Miss Mary Traynor musical director. Mr N'uland started the work with a brief outline of the duties of each teacher for tho week and for tho following school torm. Mr. Coats introduced Prof. F. C. Clark of the Department of Agriculture of Rcrcn College who in spite of his boyish appearance, soon convinced the audience that ho is master of his subject. He told how to uso the interests of the children and parents in having school fairs, how to conduct a school corn show, how to teach corn testing and cultivating for the boys as well as aporn contests and cooKing contests for tho girls. Ho also suggestod that our farmers should learn to test their soil and fertilize it properly to uso the stock skilfully in doing the heaviest and work, and greater part of tho finally to stir the soil deep and cultivate it shallow. Ono of tho fow talks wo hear full of theory that may bo put Into actual and. immediate practice Mr Coats followed up Prof. Clark's talk. Supporting all his suggestions especial ly concerning the need for seed testing and selection and fertilizing. He again urged that seed corn should be selected on tho stalk and not in tho crib since an ear from a weak or diseased stalk might bo selected after gathering. that most of the Further it was-urgfertilizer now used acted upon tho soil just as the many kinds of worthless patent medicines serve the human body and instances given showing that one kind of fertilizer is sold In ono state under several thousand different names. Mr. Coals in conclusion said thai the purpose of this Institute was to make people think and to get an efficient school in every district in the county. This he called tho Bigger Gamo for which all teachers should prepare. He defined an efficient school as "Tho school that teaches tho children or causes them to learn the things necessary for them to know in order to enable them to live belter lives, that the home cannot or docs not teach them to know." Committees were named, tho roll called showing an oxcollent record of attendance and a short recess given for tho Program committee to arrango the afternoon work.. Tho program this year was a most systematic one as arranged by Mr. L. N. Taylor, First Clerk of the Depart ment of education. It gave the work in divisions, assigning subjects with topifs and sub topics so that each teacher placed on the program had no difficulty In understanding just what the subject demanded. After reces the announcements were made, the Program commjtteo reported and the Institute adjourned until 1:30 P. M. Tho Monday afternoon session was he different, called to order at 1:00. teachers on tho program responded bein; special pleasure cheerfully, elven by Prof. "E. C. McDougla's talk on tho "aim of the school." Prof. ed to-da- Kidneys Diseases Are Curable Under certain conditions. The right medicine must be taken before the dis ease has progressed too far. 31 r. Perry A Pittman, Dale. Tex , says"! was down in bed for four months with kidney' and bladder trouble and gall and stones. One bottle of Fileys Kidney Remedy cured me well and sound." Ask for it For Sale By Stockton & Son. 1,000 Suits for Men, Young Men and Boys This season's latest styles in all the new shades of tan. NOTHING CHARGED AT DETERMINATION PRICES All parties having claims, against the estate of Jas. If. Willoughby, are here by notified to file same, as required bv law, on or before Sept. 1. 1911, or same will bo barred. All parlies owing said estate are requested to settle at once. A. J. Willoughby, Admr. It give alwnys Chamberlian s Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and castor oil, and a speed v cure is certain. For' sale by Stockton & Son. Burnam's Insurance Agency will bond you. 43ti "Generally debiliatcd' for years. Had sick headaches, lacko ambition. Bur was worn-ou- t and aW dock Blood Bitters made ine n well jToman. ilrs. Unas, treitory, .Moos- run-dow- n. McDougle just, "happened ia" and was called to the floor without notice, but in spite of that faot his talk was inter esling und hichlv nnnrociated. Ho showed tho "aim of tho school" to h 'different from the school of the past oecauso every thing is changing. He called this age of the school tho read lustmont period, a time when readjust ment in every branch is fitting the scnool for homo and child life. Mr. Coates scored a number of bir points during tho afternoon the most important of which was tho improved conditions of the general health, when pooplo are tausht to truard asrainst flies ,, v a by screening houses, and out houses and by placing fly exterminators in the places they are most needed. "This together with care about the water should bo taught the children," said Mr, Uiatcs, that they might teach Uio home. Another was the danger our government is in becausoof the indif rerenco of the better class of voters and asked that children bo trained to discharge their civic duties honestly and taitniully. In another discussion he argued that there wero no bad chlUren. They may be misguided or misdirocted, said he, but not bad.' It is necessary tor us to get the school into the home, making their aims and interests the same instead of trying to get the homo into the school. At tho closo of thedis-cusslo- n the program committee reported further work as follows; Scholar ship Mrs. Effle Hamm, Result of child study Miss Rebecca Edwards. Result of child studv. conclusion and its application Miss Ruby Smith. Regular discussion was opened early Tuesday after the Drcliminaries and the days work went rapidly torward. Those on the. program who wero'present came up promptly and from the days work wo record especially tho holnful re marks given by Prof. If. H. Brock, who was for eleven years teacher and Superintendent of . the Richmond city schools. Seldom do we have a man of such scholarship, such insight and native ability glide into our sessions so modestly and do so much lasting good. Wo need more men like Prof. Brock to help lift our schools and encourage our teachers. Mr, Coates reviewed yesterdays work and again referred to the throe kinds of education; utilitarian, diciplinarian and'dlrective. The directive being tho most important now. "Vc have,' said Mr. Coates, educated for utility and desciplino in the past but have paid no attention to directing the child along the lines of his own experience and causing him to think of the things that may be used in practical life. Our main plan now is for directive teaching and study. Mr. Noland announced the following com mittees for Teachers Association; Division No.l Miss Xannio. Boudinot Mrs. Ida Carson, Miss Rebecca Edwards. Division No, 2 Miss Marian Noland Miss Maria Crawford, Mrs. Clara Yates. Division No.SMiss M. Adelia Fox. Mrs. Margaret YanWinkle, Miss Jennie . t t t For -- When you get to be worth a couple of million dollars and bu a new airship every now and then, you can then- wear d Shabby 5uit occasionally and folks will forgive you as thev forgive rich folks everything, but if you are just an ordinarv man keep yourself looking clean, neat and decent and it will get you more than any investment you can make - t $15:00 there is a suit here for you, and fpr $20 there is a better one . . t t Hever talk about your troubles or your Keep a steady upper lip, If j'ou want to get alon Always sinp; a merry song. t C woes. Buy from us and wear the very best of Clothes. Don't forget this splendid tip Vacationists find pleasure in wearing our utmost in apparel, Hawes Hats in felts and straws, Kneelaud shoes in snappy shapes, and Schloss clothes in smart styles. Flannels, too, are offered the summer man by c i W. D. Oldham & Co. Richmond's Greatest Store t 3 Our GoCarts are all of ' the 100 per cent, merit kind . ! Of course you must air the youngster this weather take him or her out in the cool of the morning and evening )Ou can do this best in one of handsome products. They are of that Easy Running safe type, the, latest approved designs and are most reasonably "rfeed. Your inspection of our "100 per cent Merit" stock wilt proveex-cellen- t time investment Gooch. For summer diaarhorea in children Division No. 4 Misses Maude Cran-daU, Margaret White and Pearl Coch ran. Division No.S.Misses Stella Hendren, (Continued on Next Page) to pick from. Happiest Girl jn Lincoln. blue, gray and brown, sizes 33 to 48 CASH TO ONE AND ALL We have them in stouts, slims and regulars. at one-hatheir true worth. lf up.'.Conn. For 5alef Some extra fine seed wheat 'per'bushcl. JPtf K. P. McCord & Son, Red House, Ky! - A Lincoln, Neb., girl writes, "I had been ailing for some time with chronic constipation and stomach trouble. I began takimr Chamberiian's Stomach and Liver Tablets and in three days I was ablo to bo up and got better right along. I am the proudest cirl in Lincoln to find rfuch.a good medicine." For sale by Stockton & Son. Thos. A. Shelton, agent for Hurst Home Insurance Co. Write me or phone 151 ring 2. Union City, Ky. lyr Luman and Higgins Pictures Framed to Order West Main Street Opposite Hotel Glyndon Boys suits, ages 6 to 17, at $1.00 2-- Prices Cut Deeper than'ever determined before in a "Weak, "Weary effort to unload Clothing, Shoes, Hats Look For The Yellow Banner and Fushiags Foleys Kidney Pills are specially In all ailments and 'disorders of the kidneys and bladder, because they are composed pf ingredients specially selected' for their corrective, healing, tonic, and stimulating effect upon these organs and the urinary passages. They aro antiseptic, antilithic and a uric acid solvent. Try thorn. For sale by Stock ton & San. Never leave home on a journey with out a bottle of Chamberiian's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. Ii is almost certain to be needed and cannot bo obtained when on board the cars or steamships. For sale by Stockton & bon. Women. Learn the Cause of- Daily Woes and End Them. - The Wonder of the Age - How Bill Ledford sells goods so cheap. in town don't fail to see the new "When Real Estate. All persons desiring either to sell or purchase, land or other property or to mako rentals of same will find it to their interest to place tlfe same with me as 1 am a member of tho National tive Realty Co., of Washington, with agents throughout the United States, ilexico'and Cuba. Also my services as auctioneer may be secured by calling on me at my residence, No. 200 Third St., S. E. Scott. Richmond, Ky. Co-ope- J. $. 8TANIFER Home of Good Clothes Corner Main and Second Streets Richmond, Ky 3 ST --j f22-t- f TOO MUCH LOVE O t CI 0 ft O n Tnn miirli nve for fan. frolic and Tien tooa ' C4t8 storaacn, nvcr, sju- ncy ani 'nervous wohoks. uujer iAFlTAND SPEEDY cures ;SURE, von fjur mscoverer. icn Years a miserable sufferer with the above troubles, and RHEUMATISM for years, was curea n one weeic wo prove our remedy, while they lasti regular size bottles only 25c at States. - When- the back aches and throbs. When housework is torture. When night brings no rest nor sleep. When urinary disorders set in Woman's lot is a weary one. There is a way to escape these woes. Doan's Kidney Pills should be used. Have cured thousands. Read this woman's Testimony. Mrs Hnzzard Trimble. 4 Jamison St., Mt. Sterling. Ky. says: "I am pleased to say that Doan's Kidney Pills helped me greatly I was in poor health for some time and was unable to stand or do my housework. I had pains in my left side, accompanied by a bearing-dow- n feeling through my kidneys. I also had dropsolal swelling in my limbs and honils and my condition was .be coming serious when I began taking Doan's Kidney Pills I was soon greatly beniliited and 1 felt like n ditforenl woman. Doan s Kidney fills have convinced me of their effectiveness and consequently I am pleased to givo them my endorsement. For sale by all dealers. Price 50 ii centsCo.. Buffalo. New York, sole agents for the United Foster-MHbur. 5, 10 and 25 cent Store We are headquarters for 5, 10 and 25 cent feeds. For that ordinarily sell for a dime. For 10 cents-yoget values worth up to a quarter. We have everythiBg in Enameled Ware, Tinware, Imported China, Glassware, Woodenware. Brushes, Cutlery, etc., and every price marked in plain figures. Bhv your household goods here and SAVE MONEY 5 cents you can buy many items Opposite Elder's. 5, 10 and 25c Store ' 239 W. Main Street McCann Building New Tailoring ifrop . STOCKTON & SON, Druggists Si may 3mo Remember the name take no other. , Doan'a and "A little bit the Best Mower THE NEW Dan Breck, fire, lightning, and live stock. cyclone that ever went into the field" tf WALTER A. WOOD J, B.fStouifer has reopened a first class shop. Suits made Over' to order irade at heme by experieried .Tailors. J, 000 samples to select from. Cleaning and 'Pressing By. Tailors. George Marischen, Cutter - A Leader A B C Patent Flour Looking Through. m Kentucky Fair dates. The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky Fairs for 19U ns far as reported: days. Versailles, August days. Lexington, August Uniontown, Augusts a days. Vanceburg. August 9 Idays. Lawrencebnrg, August 15 4 days.' Leitchfieled, August 15 I days. Burke3ville, August 15 1 days. Broadhead, Augst 163 days. Fern Creek, August 10 1 days. bhepherdsville, August 224 days. Paris, September 5 5 days. Lancaster, July 203 days. London, August 22 1 days. Erlanger. August 22 t days. days. Germanlawn, August days. Frankfort, August Somerset, August 90 3 days. Bardstown, August 3ft I days. 'Xontlcello, September" i5 1 days. days. . Alexandria, September Mount Oliver, September 5 4 days. days. Hods(enviUc September. Kentucky State Fair, Louisville, uys. September 11 Horse CSve, September 304 days. , Falmouth, SptbeF 27 4 days. MayfieM. SgptwWr 274 days. Banvaw's Insurance Don't duppoM yor property should wait. bum tenif ht See us. Phone 70". t f MOWER THE ADMIRAL fifty-seven world-famou- 23 Also large line of ready made ; ot&igf-Hats- , and Furnishing Goods at" reduced price. -- Our list of.palnts you will be amazed il l lie many varuies mr special. v. . t--V J B. STOUFRIi; 4 ' 1 There Are Paints For Purpose. JFrom Every- - V. 222tWcst Main Street the uxful water paints for cellar walls, barns, etc., to the twest or and polishes for the furniture or piano. Tell us what you waBfto do and we'll supply the pajnt .product with wsicn to ao it var-pish- per 24 pound sack Its the best and kais them all in quality 5 0c &f AT The Admiral is the, latest Walter A. Wood Mower. Ia it is concenyear experience. It possesse all the peculiar trated their features of construction that have made Walter A. WoodMewers new features make it even more valuable to the farmer. Its -- The following statement of a prominent Illinois dealer indicates the popularity of the Admiral aad suggests of investigation. s. the-wisdo- m "The Admiral Is a little Hi the best Mover that erer went Into the field. Farmers cem in every day Uliine what a wssdtrful machine it is. YTe would sot bay aarthisg else." . 5t W Nm ' wnt fa m teha "a Hftt hp pottti. inytiemtm tk AJmii mt. Ams tSU wmtttt t ttp-to-- Afawcr tm ! tk X wit mrprit sutJ tMkt ytu. nwett m farm machinery rtry farmer in IhU locality. tv& 55 53 Mowers - $38.00 Rakes s.. $22.00 B, Juctt & Son Witt Partr and Paints 44 Rouglas, Simmojis & JUCHMOND, KY 20 Rust Miiflj 1 Sewell McKinney Any. Deatherage - . - v. " " " "". -' WTien You of usito buy large quantities of house furnishings at one time , -. ."- ir : ' lli n Aild something each year that will make your hom&jmore comfortable. It is difficult for most No Let Up On Price Cutting You will be surprised, though,' how rapidly your homeibeeomes attractive with new things, if you follow this plan of adding something new every spring. Try It A Splendid Stockf New Up-to-Da- te On Fine Suits Never of them left before-hav- e Furniture, Mattings and Rugs Beady for 'our selection now. we sold so many fine suits, never before had we so many to sell, and there are still hundreds BENNETT and H I GGI N S ' Beautiful grays, blues, browns, tans, and splendid color mixtures of all kinds; stouts, slims, longs, chunks, and . UNDERTAKING Dr. M. Dunn Specialist In Diseases or EYE, EAR, NOSE and THROAT Richmond, Ky PWg. . Oldham Dan Breck,' lire, lightning, cyolone tf and live stook insurance. Come to Owen McKee, Richmond Ky. for dry goods and notions. Others tf do and why not you. regulars models to fit all men priced lower than fine clothing was ever sold before in Kentucky, big lots as follows at Ricci's Divided into four That The good ice cream if Branching Out the Lexington cemetery to the memory of James Martin, formerly of this county. firm of Golden & Flora are put ting up a very handsome monument in Bazaar The ladies of the Baptist church an nounce their Xmas Bazaar this year on our finest Kenton Hand-mad- e Suits, this season's newest styles, in great variety of beautiful patterns All 15 Fine country hams just now. Culton's. tf See W. tV. Breaddus & Co. for all For 5ale tf kinds of storage. A most desirable building lot in Cart Fresh caught fish at Culton's; leave erton addlt'on, 60 x 200 and the only ' !4tf orders early. desirable lot on Main street for sale. Burnam's Insurance Agency, Douglas, Will sell cheap. Simmons & Dealherage Building. Phone t Robert Sau.ee. f 707. J December Ivinth. The earl v announce ment Is that all may begin preparation received a 2-- and weaves tailored to fit without fault and keep their shape perfectly. Strong values at $22.50 and $25 slaughtered now for $ 5 1 you take unlimitchoice of all that sold at $ 8 to ed $20. These are also Kenton Handmade and fine enough for any man. Every suit loses us money, but the loss is smaller now than if carried to next spring - For Twelve-Fift- y 12 50 1 1 10.U Honest values at $ 5, $ 6.50 and $ 7, but we are forced to slaughter them at Ten Dollars for choice. Big loss to us, big gain to you. Will you buy? A wealth of fine worsteds and serges to select from 1 1 7J8 Brand new suits, this season's models, unusual values at $ 0 to $12.50 slaughtered at $7.50 for choice. Prudent men will buy for future needs at these prices 1 No man can invest, his dollars more profitably than buying his clothing now at these prices 3-- Great Scene. The coronation pictures at the opera house will b& tha greatest of the kind ever offered. Be sure and see it. Barn Burned The friends and relatives of Wallace EsUll in this section will be sorry to learn of the burning of his large st c barns lan week near Farmdale, in Franklin county. Mr. Estill was for merly a resident of Madison and is related to many people. He is a brother of Long Tom Chonaulr. w y, Purchases Auto. Mr. Heraer WhiUington, of the firm of Wines & Whittington, purchased an E M. F. touring car Saturday from the Richmond Motor Co., and will now en- . i Meet To-dajoy tho oxcellent roads of the county. The State Committeo He has about developed into a real named at tho of the legisla chauffeur. ture will meet y at tho Scelbach hotel, Louisville. The new commission It was appointed-tdraft a bill reappor Of the Eastern State Normal The Great Coronation film will be tioning the State into congressional and Comes to a Close Friday teen at the Opera House this evening. other political subdivisions. Judge A. With Successful Year. Manager Baxter is one of the first to be R. Burnam, of this city, is a member. able to secure this wonderful Culton's meat market jives prompt You can seo for one Tlio closing exorcises of the Com thousands of deliver'. Phone 125. dime what others paid mencement week for tho Eastern State dollars to see it. Dont miss it. Big Fair Normal, were held here last Friday big auditorium ana an Advertised Letters. The Lancaster fair is holding its big evening in the crowd was out for the nusually large Mis Parolee, ttaHew Mrs, Joe Ballew, show this week, and Madison county occasion, rrestcicni uraooo unuuuw Mr. George Blevins, Mrs. Nettie Clark, people in great droves are enjoying tho most successful year, and for the en W. S. Covert, Mr. G. Darling, Mrs. exhibition. The special will run every joyment of those who were in attend Mirah Green Miss Eva Harris, Mr. E. day this week. The Lancaster fair is a ance for the closing exercises,' ne nan F. Hedriok, Mrs. Kanie Holland, Mrs. great meeting point for old time friends Governor Wilson and President Cros- II. S. Jenkins 2, Dick Jones, Susie Jones, and acquaintances, and the 'hospitality field, of Trausylvania University, as tho Mrs. Lula Madden, Galen Oderkirk, of the Garrard countians is second o lly principal speakers. Mrs. Fannie Purden. T. Ramsey drug- to her sister Madison. The Governor arrived at noon, lTiuaj, Mr. Edwin gist, Mrs, Martha laddie, and was the guest of President and Mrs Another Hoop, Mr. Daniel Roberts, Mr. Lucas Crabbe, who entertained at six o clock Tipton. Mtes Adria Thorn. Miss Hattie Haley, the big first sackor for the dinner for him. Lee Turner, G. V. West, Miss Lucy Pioneers has earned another fifty dollars After tho exercises, an informal re tt'hil. from the big tobacco trust by hitting ception was hold in Sullivan nail in C.C. WALLACE, P. M.- - the bull sign at the ball park. It came honor of the Chief executive, which a In the ninth inning with two out and it large number of Richmond people atBurnam's Insurance Agenoy writes all was the first hard smack he had been" tended. JBtf kinds. able to secure that day off George, the The graduating class was compesod crack Paris twirler. This is the second of twenty eight members, representing Lver Have The Blues fifty he lias made this year. eleven counties of Eastern Kentucky. N All together 1,100 pupils have been en immediately MoH persons will Sullivan Chosen. rolled during tho year just closed. In but few . "cos " 10 this Question, addition to tho addresses, a musical give you any of them probably could Hon. Jere Sullivan, of this city was Miss satisfactory idea as to the cause or rea- chosen vico chairman of the State Cam- program under tho direction of Humphries, was rendered 'which was a son for this despondent, paign Committee and Rufus Vansant, of condition. Physiologists have discov Ashland was elected Chairman at a feature of tho exercises. Hon. Jere A. Sullivan, President of ered that this condition is brought about meeting held in Louisville last week. one who was bv the seeming inability of the liver to Mr. Vansant is one of Sonator Mc- the Board of Uegents, and mainly responsible for the location of the Creary's (.eparate poisonous secretions from ardent supporters, as well as blood, and, as a consequence, tnese are Mr. Sullivan and they will push every the Normal school here, delivered the taken fc&eU into the system. In the means at their command to roll up an Diplomas, and his short talk for the treatment of such cases, we strongly immense majority for the Madison man occasion was thoroughly enjoyed. The school is growing rapidly in at reaommend Bexall Liver Salts because in November. tendance and is aiding in a wonderful success so many people have ex of the way to cut down tho illiteracy statistics oerienced in using this preparation Rebuilding thp good old commonwealth. are manufactured in Recall Liver Salts George Phelps has begun the rebuild President Crabbe said that if the imtwo sizes. 25 and 50c. H. L. Perry, the uiunu provement continued within the next ing Of nis Dig nam, maw Retail Drug Store. down by the terrific wind storm, which ten years, as It had in the past five, Dan Bred;, fire, lightning, cyclone passed over this section of the state the Kentucky would stand at the head ol tf latter part of April. Mr. John Rymel tho othsr slates in the'Union in Educa and live stock insurance. has the contract and with a force of men tion. . Ricci's ice cream is delicious. Every- h about removed the mass of twisted For the next sir weeks, all will be one talks- - about it. Any flavor made timbers. Mr. Phelps, unfortunately, quiel at tho Normal, as this is tne tf had no insurance on the structure. to order and delivered promptly. vacation period. Many of tho instruct ors take this opportunity to hold insti tutes thruout the state, and thus many From Mexico, counties are given the benefit of having Trith nniatoes from the Republic of experts from the Normal conduct their mar on ord Mexico have arrived roodthe local ine Institutes. Arc the lareest prices, and sellinc at hogs, sheep, i.t omnn wfis ui rrcit and the crop so cr buyers Iambs,md calves at the Cin- short this year that Mexico was com a For You. cinnati Union Stock Yards. polled to help the United States out ol When you know any marriages, Dealherage seldom f!nnstcm vour stock to them bad hole. Mr. Elmer transactions even births, deaths, accidents, sale or worries over business and receive the highest marke if thev are not in his favor, but ne nas land, crop or stock, Church news or or write prices. certainly regretted disposing of 1,200 lodge news, please telephone so wo can lot people in bushels of J010 crop of fine potatoes the Climax, o.u. in ih sfcason.' which he ...sold at other parts of tho county know about , .. " clean news of, every 40 cents. If ho liaa piacea mem ii it. We want kind from everywhere. would have realized .mnim ha $2.50 per bushel now. last-sessio- Covington and Banks iMi J. ; " i i . Fifth Commencement Parks Moved. Carrier. to-da- 5ee U. Parks the grocery maiv. has or moved his store to former stand Singer Sewing Machine olllco on the FARMS EXHIBIT Second street and lias fitted up his WILL ATTRACT UNUSUAL INTEREST FROM THE STANDPOINT usually attractive grocery ami meat OF THE BLUE GRASS market. FARMER. picture. They're Here. , Herbert, the three year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Butler Carrier died hist SaturItems of Interest to The Far day morning after a short illness, and g mer, the Grower and the the sympathies of all go out to the tf Stocltman. bereaved parents in tho death of this bright little boy. Tlio remains were in the, cattle line is off laid to rest in the Riohmed eemetery Butcher stuff and local shippers arc very quidt just Saturday afternoon. Farm News Spicy News from Hogwallow Kentuckian. Clab Ilandcock was married yesterday to the widow Hdcks. Ctafe leaves Iferee ehildren by his termer wife ami a large number of friemts. Poke Eazley is eoaflaed to his heate whfc a bad ease of mumps. If it eon Uaues much longer he expects He wHI have to have all of his pbeteerantts en larged. Tebe Mosely has returned frm a Irm to Buzzard Knob. He reports that the lightning bags are very dim hi that section, of this year. The Dog Hill preacher has oeme baefc from BoundiBg UiHews. where he has been carrying cm a pretraoted meeting. He had such good success he has deeid- ed not to rake a erop this year. Little FWity PJinders got afceaked en a piece of bacon lost night and it was some time before the family reentered from the excitement. Hereafter PWky will be given no mere meat that hasn't got a string tied to it. Zemo Cures Eczema. Sunburn. Jes. Dandruff, Prickly Heaf, Pmr: uf d - C G Sale e, & Co. all-arou- nd W. S. Norris. ... He's Happy. You H&ven't Been Photographed. 5irtee the Year You Were Married Bring the family and Hi us make an .artis- tic group The ; &ttegei Stito Spcughey Prop,y Uncle Edu Chenault, the well known of Foxtown, who has likelv nassed tho four score and happy man last Hr, Joe Norwood, the vaude Saturdar. ville artist, who was playing a date at thn local orvera house last .Friday and Saturday, had the misfortune to lose his costume, with which ne ata an oia nprn "stunt." Saturday afternoon ,iic9niinr in front of the Wines store, his eyes fell on Uncle Eph coming down the street with his favorite rlothos on. The quaint looking with their patches aud the .r.lanidated coat, struck the fancy of the actor and ho knew mere wi u.u long, best "make up" he had seen in a Uncle Eph was approacneaana while. agrceu .ri.r a few words, Mr. isorwooo suit for him a brand new to the old th? oM ne and in at short lime out in a new garb. It w .um w.is loag time before he could be recognized by his friends, iiin pu-cha- se now. The management of the Uluegrass Individual Farm Exhibit Will Attract Suspended. to the Climax ofilco a Best Possible Display of Individual Fair has sent 2 loads of lambs Joe OJdliam shipped Roy Golden, the big twirler, of the Products Shown on Farms number of catalogues, which will bo to the Cincinnati market last week St. Louis Cardinals, from the Pioneer in Central Kentucky. . thosointercsted, as long as iven out to cts. purchased hero for 5 team, has been indefinitely suspended they last. Tho exhibition tuts year by Manager Bresnahun for imbibing too Unusual interest will attach to the of tho 7th, of August. begins the week James Wagers shipped last week a freely of tho juice of the corn. Golden Blue Grass fair this year from the standpoint of the farmer. For several bunch of 124 fino lambs as ever loft had excellent prospects for a great ' A Ripe "Mellon." seasons past there has been utilized the county which averaged SI lbs If twirler, but has been out of condition as a special feature in the prize list he can secure 7 cts for them in tlio for several weeks, and Manager Bresna-ha- n Mr. Wm. Mellon, tho of the fair what has been known as aq claims that he has been drinking. of College Hill, was in town, Monday on individual farms exhibit. The object markets it will be a nico sum as the result of his hard labors in raising them At this time of tho season, when the you call a business. "Billy" is what of this exhibit is to secure the best He hustles his business at possible display of products grown oc to maturity. Cardinals are making a groat fight for hustler. comes to different individual farms throughout College Hill and when ho tho pennnnt, it seoms as if Golden is Mrs. Sallio Fox who owns one of tho Richmond, which is not very often, ho Central Kentucky. The result has making a great fool of himself. His best farms in tho county had 10 acres many friends here will not sympathize keeps on hustling. He s got tho habit been a manifestation of constantly t her best land in wheat this year Report of the Condition with him in this predicament. and can't help it and would'nt if he greater interest and this year there U every reason to believe that a very which yielded 40 bushels to the acre. could. large number of farmers will take ad- Tho Wheat was soon disposed of for The Exeelsier Fiddling Bond sprung Illinois Central New Steel vantage of the opportunity afforded seed at a good price: Lancaster Record from ambush at the Dog Hill Church Nice Quarters them by the fair to show how many Cafe Coaches. Sunday morning and serenaded the That tho horse Breeding industry will The Bluegrass Ileal Estate Co., has different things and in what propor- be Dolns kmaJneH at Waca. MmMmii cowntv. greately benefited and stimulated by tion of prodigality can be grown on a The dining car formerly carried on congregation while it slept. Ky. at chweof bwsineewOR thv Nk ,tar ul fitted up very fine quarters in Iho Gibson Central Kentucky farm. Prizes aggre- free trade with Canada is clearly shown July. IHI the Illinois Central between Central City Slim Glinders fell in the creek at Hog building and the members, Messrs gating ?100 are given for these differ of horsss sold and Fulton on Nos. 101 and 102 was dis Ford Sunday and all that prevented him Tandy Ends and Jesse ent exhibits and in addition such arti- by tho fact that tho value James Walker, RBS0URCE8 by breeders and dealers in the Slates to continued July 1st, and in its place new from going under for the last time were IjMiasand Cobb, have been busy receiving their cles as wheat, oats and blue grass dMcewata $ tho Canadians reached the magnificent Used cafe coaches ao being rtn on the two empty quart bottles in his hip V. S. and other liomki. aec! and friends tho past week and getting seed, which may be included in the securities. or those trains between Louisville and pockets. The preacher says total of $14,172,975 and tho value if he bad Dae from baake started ' into business. This now llrm genoral farm exhibit, are also eligible Actual those imported from Canada was $2,549,- - Eulton. By. this change passengers out not emptied the ibottles he would not Checks, Cah an IummI biff business, and as it for competition in exclusive classes nromises to do a eaxli and eLxckane for dearinc Hw to them wjth liberal premi- 201. With free trade relations between of Louisville can obtain a new meal have fallen in. devoted is composed of hustlers, it will succeed Overdrafts ertired e the two countries, tho increaso in the enroute not possible under ums offered as reward. met i' Ovnlmfta fuiunniMili Sidney Hocks, our blacksmith has Current Bxpenee: and taxes nald MM To this individual farms exhibit will olumc of business cannot be estimated. tho old ariangement, as well as an enrly LWi M employed Prof. Alias Peak to write him Kcai estate Mosquitoes Bad this year. be devoted a large part of the first Furniture ami FLxtHraa l.SM HI evening meal going into Louuvuie. a couple of anonymous letters, which he Other Assets not Messrs. Walter and Tandy Centers, of tocntded in floor of Floral hall. In connection This however, is a relative small part But don't scratch tho poisoned skin. ei aDove Hemts with it also there will appear a dis- Irvine, wore hero last week prospecting of this advantage of these new ours over will send to Elliok Hellwagner and Raz com Use a mild, cooling, healing Total j4U IS Barlow, how have been sending to Sears play gotten up by the Kentucky Ex- for a Madison county farm. They pound that stops tho itch instantly. periment station, which,' while not recently sold a fino river boltom farm the old ono for this reason that in the & Roebuek for their plow points.. LIABILITIES draws out the posion in the skin and coming into competition In any sense, near that city to William Broaddus, of cafe of tlio now all steel en fa ears the Capital Stoek paid to. to cah The almanack says we are to have rain Surplus IHIliI- - . . . loom protects it against further troublo. will prove of large educational value Irvine and say they would rather own service is continuous, so that a passen Undivided prnHtH Just a mild cleansing wash of oil and real service to the farmers of Ken a farm in Madison than in any county ger may obtain meals at any time while on the IK. Fit Smith is superstitious ueposiM mtntect t check. which aM. and has written, asking the weather Deposits interest U to check. tucky. enroute. of Wintergreen, thymol and a subject in tho Bluegrass. nliicu wtefret m mtt nmd In addition, however, to these featur forecaster to change the dale of th ingredients known as the D. D. Saved by Beer Barrel. D. Prescription (so famous in cases of Total With the-beclass of finished cattle es is the fact that the cars aro an ino-- downpour. paIt Felix MadelJ, a State f Kentucky Eczema; and you have mosquito pro selling at $7 in Chicago and an outlook vation in character; their structural County ef MarflwHt tient In a New York hospital, lives ha A Big Time latest dev tection for the season'. I. K. M. Rnwlanil. Caatilw the a bow pan thsnk a pyramid of beer barrels that they will go higher, tho best features embodying tho named bank, doaotemttly nwwr mat ttur comfort, Ves, instant relief now only 25c. In the Tear yard of his tenement house lambs bringing $7 per hundred on the elopments in all thatp-irtainstMr. and Mrs. R. E. Baker entertained above xtutemeiit U trxe to the eost ol ny Stockton & Son. borne. He fell five stories from tht Louisville market and hogs reaching up attractive interior, and absolute indes with a fish dinner at their sulphur well knowledge and belief. K. .M. KowMiwt. taoMter. roof last rJshf while playing leapfrog towards 87, prospects are brighter than tructibility. In substantiation of the thp 21st day of July, en the Lancaster Subscribed and swwh iw bgfoiw hmt thitt , for some time for the stockman;. - latter is the fact that one of these strucand struck ilie apex of tbe beer bar-BreedCoates Spoke. pike They had fifty pounds of fish, ZMi day ol Julr. WIS. My cninmfcMtoM oxfdreo hm. M. 1WL rel pyramid. The barrels rolled away ing stock is more in demand and better tural features giving a particulai one that weighed eighteen. The dinner Wm. Benton. Notary PhWkSupt. Coates, of the State Rural under him. breaking bis fall, and be nriccs .ire sure to bo realized at the strength for resisting shocks is the un C. U S8AKCY was given in honor of their guest, Mr. Xld down padually. schools, is just homo from Morehoad, X. C. BOXXV derframo over the trucks and thoir con Will Tom Cotton, of OhWv There were coming pure bred sales. VAKDV TAYLOR Rowan county, where ho ntlended a,big necting built up steol girders. That it- - about ninety present to help Directors partake of school rally. Ho says that of all the WHITE. HALL the horizontal underframe immediately the bountiful feast that was spread be counties he lias visited in the State this Report of the Condition Miss Kathleen Sullivan is attending a over the truck, which includes the plat fore them under those good shades. little mountain one is ahead of them in form, the sill and what is called the houseparty with friends in Fayette body bolster, is all in- ono piece, that After dinner they were grouped together O- Penergetic school work. Mrs. Stewart, ana their pictures made, which will re county. pieco being a single steel costing by President of the Kentucky hducational This is Tag Day In Richmond Co. MissElizabntli.Ed wards, of Richmond, which all rivited or bolted joints are mind them of that joyous day which Association is County Superintendent, for the Pioneer Base is spending the week horo with friends. avoided, the latter being ait element of has passed. in declaring that shi is and he is frank Ball Team, Among those who were present were Doinc business at Richmond. Mailhson county. Ky.. at thedoaeef Mr. Thomas, Collins is having his large weakness compared to solid metal. the tho foremost woman educator among Mr. Xathanfel Cotton, Sr.. James A ISth day e( Inly. 1L barn rebuilt, whicli was destroyed by These castings at each end aw connec the common schools of this State. Prof. family, Charles Cetton and Coatos said 5,000 peoplo turned out for wind several weeks ago. ted by built up.steel girders of structural Cotton and RESOURCES This-i- s Ta" Day for the Pioneers and wife, Sam Cotton, Mrs. Bettie Bktoke-ma- n was more interest in tho day and there ..S3JLKZ& Loans and Discount.. ... Mr. Madison Burgin is having his shapes which form the two center Mils, tho women of the city, with a few men, and daughters, Mrs. Newlon and U. S. and other Bond. Stoclu and this school rally than a circus or county while the outer or side sills consist of 3I.W8ZV Securities am hustlins tliinirs to nut a little casli handsome homo remodeled, which will daughters. Rufus Blaokeman, Lafe Due from Banks Jb fair. Prof. Coates was at Olive Hill liist be a great improvement when completed heavy steel angles the whole giving Duerson, Collins Coy, Mrs. RolindaHIll, Actual Cash on hand.. 98 in the treasury of tho base ball team. week holding an institute and ho is in strength to resist destructive shocks. Checks, ouh item and exchange Tho Modern Woodmen Lodge that was At a meeting ofsoveral enthusiastic Mr. Thomas Hill and wife. Jesso Hill 31 it forclearinc Lawrence county this week, conducting The interior of the new steel cars are 31 Overdrafts Unsecured. ' women at tho Elks Club last Monday organized hero sometime ago, has just and wife, Roy Boosley, Lizzie Walker Current rsrense: ancLtaxes paid Yl&M the Institute there. of handsome finish and design and have .. evening,, it was unanimously decided to finlsheu the construction of a now home. KealKstate every convenience and comfort, includ and daughter?, Donalson Jones and wife. Furniture and rtxtnres.$jUl. . iONid VJFOfi Fined have a Tag Day, Wednesday, and com Jaok Hendren and wife, Xeut Hend Other Assets not Included under A number of our people attended the Goin Up, electric lights and fans, that Is re any of the above heads. fined $50 were appointed to canvass the ice cream supper given at the Baptist ing mittees Tom Burton, colored, was quired for the particular service for renaad lamily. Job u Dawson and wife. Total. ..HCiKOet The school nor capita for tho State different sections of the city lor in is church, sit Red House Saturday eAoning, which the two compartments are desig- Steve Jones and family. Cy Turner's and cost for violation of tho local option nurnosc. When tlio. LIABILITIES family; Nat VThitaker and wife, OIHe Jaw. This casu came up in squire has been fixed "at $1.40, thp largest ever mnst worthv Tte. Peel, of 2icholasvillc, will oc ned. Capital Stock paid ta. incssh . JWMHOOT Dykes court. Bel luce, aiso.coioreu. known. Prof. Ellsworth Regenstein; women are aroused thcro is sure to "be cupy the pulpit at,ML Pleasant Sunday. I7.UMW The kitchen of the cafe portion is un Blunt. Fannie Montgomery, Emit Tudor, Surplus profits. fe S: TotaL . . 1VTO 6 was State Superintendent of Public Instruc crepitant rnsults and the Directors are Homer ttay, Ed AVines. Johrr Stappe, Undivided who was tried on the'samo charge, A series of meetings wjllbo begun at usually large, thus materially aiding Deposits on which Interest I puitl 9 Mrs. Tobe Long, Xelson Prewitl. Tom ueposus on which interest is ne acquitted, as tho evidence was not suffi tion, said that he was not certain about overjoyed at the new turn of affairs, Baptist church on the 31st. quickness of service. The cafe seats 18 SttJU! 0 nuid. SSTiSSi : Total of heavy business affairs the nerson, how Kentucky stood as to per capita, On account Hendren. o cient to convict. William nice, Cashier's checks, outstanding Mr. Abner Young was taken to the people at a time, which in connection (.erttHeu checks. SPu; Total oi The oldest man in the crowd was Mr. but he thought $1.40 would bo the high, at this time, lion L B. Herrington, who will bo tried on a similar charg 1.3S31 with the fact that this service is con DuetoBanits A. Clay Infirmary last week. Nathaniel Cotton, Sr. He is eighty Notes and Bills redtscnunted. KA Brutus Howard. was lined so ana ine est for any State In the Union. The has h(en President of the Board re Pattie & thought, ample JMU): Total Rills Rov. Pyatt occupied tho pulpit in tlnuous affords, it years old and can do almost a days work Otherparable. not included wader HWBOUi cost by Squire Dykes for breach of tho per'capita has doubled in the last twenty signed and Mr. Warfield Bennett was assets O any of abtive heads ... .. to serve out the remainder of the place ol Rey.:Cox hero Sunday and was facilities for all requirements. Tbe on a farm. He has five living children years in tills State, giving the ;sc)ioq1 chosen peace. character of tho service and menu in living and twenty-nin- e Total teachers much hotter pay. The lqr season. Mr. Bennett at first refused to entertained at the home of Mrs. Ida this cafe compartment, will be main. aud thirteen living great grand children State of Kentucky capita for tho last year was 91, tho take up the' arduous dutie?, butboin; Whitlock. Phenomenal tained at a high standard. County of MaUL-so. an old star player and In Kijn- -' such a loyal-fanMrs. James Oldham and daughter. There were four generations of the WhtLaker. the fast going left fielder h'ghest that had been known I. R. E. Tarter. Cashier ef the afcovt-aani- ed The substantial weight of cars.(l!Ni, Cotton ftmlly represented at the dinner. ability the Directors Mary, will leave oon for a two months tucky, and it was expected that this full of executive banlr. do solemnly swear that tho of tha Pioneers, made a most jweno 800 pounds) with their ail steel constrcabout $f.l0, or possiply knew ho was the best man to fill Mr. stay in Michigan. Mr. Neut Hendren returned thanks at my true rocord last week on the local year it would be nienal tb (he tablo:and each- feHow helped him above statementbelief. to the best of tion is a featurein connection-witHorrington's place and they made It so nobody was But knowledge unrt a little higher. f grounds. In two successive, days stio dining services wh'.ch will be apprecia self Bali! he was; filled. wHSi Right' ia your busiest season when K. K. Turlev. Cashier. it to be near as high as it lias emphatic thafhe was forced to accept the good knocked a.homo run with ine oases iuu Mr. Bennett presided at the mooting you have the least time to spare you ted by the travling public, they being thiees spread before 'thew. It was ah Subset be .1 and sworn to feiforc me unequaled in been fixed. This Is good news to jho . a fcatthat i probably teachers of Madison county, who will of tho ladies Monday evening, and so are most likely to take diarrhoea and susceptible to less jar than the ordinary enjoyable feast and a great reunion Vth . by R. B. Tttrter. this Xih day ofjul-- VML m iny years on orgaaizdbase ball fields. eo turn Is lion expires Jan. M, iHt capita i(as much enthusiam has never been shown loso several days time, unless you have dining cars. The conch compartment rojolcejo know that the pes . He was remembered handsomely by tho 3. K. Greenleaf. Xotanf Colic, Cholera and of the cars is for the- first class passen Chamberlian's at a meeting of baso. ball fans. been placed at such a high figure. who male up a nice "jack. pot fans, : a. sum v.vx If you are going te have a party have Diarrhoea Remedy at hand and l&ko a gersand Is ia keeping in appointments for his grabbing the game out of fire. (dose on the first appearance of the for the comfort of passengers with the. Ricoi make your- brlek eream in that, nn "Rroek. fire. liehtrilne. cvchir.o FOLEY o.B.TuifiJ5r,fir. "Old Whit" is certainly a popular high standard of cafe. delieieus maaeer. ' tf e QH BACKACHE KIDNCYS AND SLAMM disease. For sale by Stockton .t Son. tf I PI rectors aid live stock insurance, player. 1- and aNwds Jew skim comfort dunmr the hat wenther. We yia ym thrre reasons why w rocamwwil ZEM for sfcin troubloc let. 7.EMO is ekm IN"W nrennntlii and agreeaWe te use. 3wd. K8MO 9ms McMmt at once and alky the teftnthw nmi Momrxh soothes and heals the ski. 3rd. ZEMO xives mnimnmt satis faction and is roeogniiod W shin pe- oiaNstsasthe itnmwifd rame.hr for all skin and seals trottWes. Ifyou wish to try a kettle of ZE.M for yoMiseif or one of yew ehikhrn and it does not do exactly what we say. we will return yomr mono wit bom Perrys Drag Store. Hiternetio. Waco Deposit Bank ajl t ligre-:o-for- Jew-oth- o t - Hurray - - State Bank 6 Trust Nlnan Ai l),k - grand-chlklre- a - h - - ' 1 lbk MDNEYPIUS - We have consent from the W. L. Douglas Shoe Factory to sell a limited number of their Shoes at the prices in this sale :::::::: GR TH BB r e See the Famous Stacy Adkms 'Shoes the best Shoes on the market. Nothtng reserved everything at cut prices - ::::::: J high-grad- k OUT OF ond Men's jjjjj Shoes, Hats, Caps And continuing for Furnishings M. Ladies' Low Shoes $3.50 3.00 2.50 2.00 Beginning Saturday, July 29, at 9 A. 14 ; : T)iV"YS we will offer our entire stock at the following greatly reduced prices FOR CASH &slPPers $-..'9 Men's Fine Shoes $6.00 3.50 4.00 3.50 3.00 2.50 Stacj- - Adams & Co. cut to Stacy Adams & Co. cut to Mens Low Gut Shoes $5.50 Stacy Adams cut to . Ladies' Pine Shoes $4.00 Zeigler Bros, cut to 3.50 Zeigler Bros, cut to 3.00 Zeigler Bros, cut to 2.50 Ladies' Shoes cut to 2.00 and. $1.75 Ladies' Shoes cut to 1.50 Ladies' Shoes cut to i?2.99 ; ..- Swell Shod cut to W. L. Douglas cut to TV. L. Douglas cut to , Men's Shoes t '. $4.29 3.79 2.99 2.79 2.39 1.99 4.00 Swell Shod cut to 3.50 W. L. Douglas cut to 3.00 W. L.. Douglas cut to. ..... 2.50 Mens low shoes cut to 2.00 Mens low shoes cut to , 1 $3.79 2.79 .". 2.59 . .. .2.39 1.79 ,1.39 2.59 2.49 1.99 .1.59 1.19 Low Shoes cut to Low Shoes cut to Low Shoes cut to Low Shoes cut'to 1.50 Low Shoes cut, to'. 2.39 .V . . 1.79 1.59 1 W The prices quoted above are on Our salesmen are all experienced in the Art of Fitting Shoes Correctly goods Our Special Bargain counters contain odd sizes and broken the new and lots, many of which you can buy at -- 4 to the original wholesale cost. Don't miss the bargain counters & all up-to-date 1- -3 Suit Gases, Hand Bags and Umbrellas at Gut Prices Mens Neckwear 50c Ties Cut to 25c Ties Cut to 39c 19c 2.29 1.99 '. Men's Hats $5.00 5.00 4.00 3.00 2.50 2.00 Broken Sizes in and $6.00 Panama Hats Cut to $2.50 and $3.00 3.99 John B. Stetson's Hats cut to 3.19 John B. Stetson's Hats cut to Men's Fancy Vests Original price $2 to $3.50, your choice Men's Gloves $2.00 1.50 1.00 .50 Hats cut to Hats cut to Hats cut to 1.39 Don't Ask or Expect Goods Charged at These Prices 99 cents Men's Underwear $2.00 Pajamas 1.50 Pajamas 1.00 Pajamas 50c Shirts and $1.49 . .. .. Gloves Gloves Gloves G loves S1.59 HO .'. Vt . '9 39 The price on all Panamas and Straw Hats of all kind reduced to One half price. Reduced prices on: Men's Handkerchiefs 50c Silk handkerchiefs cut to 25c Linen Handkerchiefs cut to 10c Handkerbhiefs cut to r. Men's Shirts and Collars. Including the famous Manhattan and lson Bros.5hirts 39c 12c Men's Hosiery 1. 19 7c Wi- Men's Suspenders 50c Suspenders cut to 25c Suspenders cut to 39c 19c Drawers.. .' and H. I. Linen Collars. 25c Garments 79 39 19" '. 50e Silk Soclj.s cut to 39c 25c Cotton Interwoven 'heel and 19c toe excepted) 15c Cotton Socks cut to.. 9c . 10c Cotton Socks cut to..-.-. J,. .' 7c The reputation of this house for square dealing and fair treatment is sufficient guarantee that every item will be sold ias advertised E. v B a. jfi L if" 1 SATURDAY. JULY 29 at 9 A. M. and MONDAY AUG 14 that has not-been At .... , , 10 P M . In order that we may complete the arrangements for this sale, our store.will be closed from Thursday noon, July 27th, until Saturday jiioming; July :29th, at 9 o'clock. By comparison you will find our prices are lower than any sale we have ever. had. The. object of this sale is to reduce our stock and to get money. This is an opportunity offered you before this season. - In many things we offer you first class tgopds at less than original cost ' & . ,-- ' & : a This is the Last Sale of the Season ; SO Dofl't Mks fh ; Wvrti iriitvr , , u , , - 214 WEST MAIN RICHMOND, KENTUCKY