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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ssr..,. -- .i-.- a3:. .... 1 inifii M 38th YLAR ggggjTHE RICHMOND CLIMAX. gggai ' RICHMOND, MADI50N COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST' 2, 191 i - 1 NUMBER - 7 M : " - i i Reciprocity And What it Will Mean to the Great , People of this Country and Canada. In presenting the prospective benofits of the rcoiprocal trade agreement between tlio United States and Canada, says tha New York World, it-- is necessary to consider that under the present tariff law many of the duties have been wholly prohibitive. ' Tho present amount of importation or the present Income to the United States through the medium of the custom-hous- e is, except in a few instances, no indox to the futuro trade in any particular article or L. It. Blanton Cor. Main and B. Streets Telphone 85 N. V, W The Old Reliable Dry Goods Man KITE Just a Reminder We want you to remember that you can get the best SUMMER FABRICS for the least money. A hint ' to the wise is sufficent The restrictions of tho past removed, certain articles, today only nominally upon the list of imports from the United States into Canada and from Canada into the United States, must in the immediate future become important ar ticles of trade in ono direction or the other and in some instances in both directions. The following are among the important changes in the present trade conditions between the United States and Canada which the agreement ratified by the bill passed Saturday will put into effect at once: The quesUon then is, What will reciprocity accomplish? First Admit to tho United States free of duty articles to the value of $39.- Sixth Remove the existing tariff on 811,500 upon which under the Payne- - pulp wood and print papor, thereby Aldrich tariff law there is now a duty. lo the Uniled States freo In return Canada, by a similar remission pounds of pulp wood now duof her duties, will admit free products tiable, and 80,708,027 pounds of print of the United States to the value of paper, according to the importations of 1910, at a revenue cost to the government of $300,000, and 75,440,100 pounds of chemically prepared unbleached and 19,345,312 pounds of bleached pulp wood at a revenue cost of $175,000. Seventh Place lumber upon the flee list, thereby relieving the American conYou sumer of the tariff of $1.25 per 1,000 feet upon tho 975,975,000 feet of sawed lum- ber imported last year at a revenue sacrifice of $1,219,970. You 1- -4 3-rov-enu- according Jo the' statistic for the last year obtainable for purpjses of calculation. oeconu naco upon tne iree list i wheat, rye, oats, barley, buckwheat, dried pe;is and beans and corn, upon, which the United States at present imposes a varying schedule of duties ranging from 10 cents per bushel fop ryo to 45 cents per bushel for dried beans, all this benefit to tho consumer being accomplished at a revenue cost" to the United Slafes of less than &J0O.00O. Third Place upon the freo list cattle, horses, mules, sheep and swine, at pres ent dutiable at Varying rates averaging, approximately, 25 per. cent., but at a revenue cost to the United States of less than $275,000. Fourth Place upon the free list vege tables of all sorts, including potatoes, cabbage, onions, turnips, sweet potatoes and yams, now taxed at from 2J cents to 40 cents per bushol, and all other frosh vcgetaoies not enumerated at 25 per cent, ad valorum, and at a cost in to the United States of $.1SO,000. bixth Relieve from the tariff of cent per pound tho annual importation of 31,811,152 pounds of fresh water fish, and from the tariff of from 4 to 1 cent per pound of 13,311,021 pounds of mackerel, eels, smelts, halibut and herring; 17,085,091 pounds of cod, haddock, hake and other dried, smoked and salted fish, and 10,000,000 pounds of salted and e smoked mackerel and herring, .at a cost to the United States of $3S0,-00$21,Oj?,T505, 0. loss of $80,000. Tenth Reduce the tariff on flour from 25 per cent, ad valorem to 50 cents per barrel bf 19(5 pounds,, at a revenue Hps of $72,000. ' Eleventh Reduce tho tariff on sugar and maple syrup from 4 cents, per pound to 1 cent parflound, at a revenue m.-inl- v Fair Exchange A New Back for an Old One. How It Can Be Done In Richmond. Tho back aches at times with a dull. inuoscnoaoio Jeeiing, makingyou weary and restless; piercing pains shoot across the region of tho kidneys, and agam tho lions aro so lame to stop Is agony. No use to rub or apply a plaster to the back in this condition. You cannot reach tho cause. Exchange the bad back for a newand stronger one. Rich mond residents would do well to profit by tho following example. L. M. Cox 302 Bowyer St., Lexington, Ky., sa3s: "My occupation requires much heavy lifting and I believo this was the causo of my kidney trouble. I first noticed a dull pain in my back which became so acute that I could not rest. When I aroso in the morning, was lame and stiff and fell so tired that I could hardly commence the day's work. My kidneys were also disordered and the kidney secretions caused mo much annoyance by their frequency in passage. I doctored and tried many remedies but could not find relief. When suffering soverially Doan's Kidney Pills were brought to my atten tion and decided to take them, I procured a supply. I soon improved and by the time I had taken the contents of a few boxes, I was cured." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents Fostor-Mllbur- n Co.. Rutfalo. New York, sole agents for the United Remember the name Doan's and take no other. THE STEARNS (mme on every genuine mattress) HAVE TO lass of SIS.OOO. Twelfth Reduce the tariff on laths from 20 cents per 1,000 lo 10 cents por 1,000, and upon shingles from 50 cents per 1.0Q0 to 30 cents per 1,000, at a reve nue loss for the two Items of $200,000. Thirteenth Articles to the value of $17,333, 15S arc affoctcd bv the new re ciprocal agreement. Upon these articles the total tariff levied at present is $.1,019,830 per annum. Of this revenue the United States will remit the duties to the amount of $4,819,933. MATTRESS LOOK ING a FOSTER IMPORTANT TO KNOW WHATSlNSIDETHE TmOU:Qmtr!UC00Pm6 A MkTfU. TO INSURE REST THAT IS HEALTHFUL MATTRESS YOU GET AND READiTHl GUa1Enx1 Those persons who, after a more or less strenuous night's fun, awake with that extrdmely uncomfortable sensation know as a "head." will be pleased to know that Rexall Liver Salts offer remarkable relief for this condition. Ono tcaspoonful in water, repeated several times at hourly intervals, will make you feel like a new man. Results aro guaranteed. Two sizes, 25c. and 50c. Perrvs. The Kexall Drug Store. Relief for the "Morning After" n m For You. When you know any marriages, births, deaths, accidents, sale of land, crop or stock, Church news or lodgo news, please telephone or write the Climax, so wo can let people in other parts of tho county know about it. We want clean news of every kind from everywhere. States. For 5ale A most desirable building lot in Cap- erton addit'on, 00 x 200 and the only desirable lot on Main street for sale. 3-- Stearns & Foster Mattresses are Comfortable, Durable and Sanitary; not only because of the way they are made, but because of the materials in them. No patented process of mattress-makin- g will produce a quality mattress out of poor cotton or cotton improperly handled. Stearns & FoAer Mattresses are made of clean, sanitary cotton; felted into hundreds of little webs, forming many springy, buoyant layers, landing nearly three feet high. These layers are then laid by hand and compressed of their to original height and encased in the ticking; then tufted to jufl the proper tension, so as to be soft, yet firm, half yielding to your figure, yet supporting it in perfect relaxaone-six- th tion. Seemed to Give Him a New Stomach. no mcdicino or treatment 1 tried seemed to do any good," writes H. M. Young-peterEditor of The Lake View, Ohio "ihe hrst lew doses of Chamberlain s s, "I suffered intensely after eatlnr and Will sell cheap. t EXTRA CHARGE. Made in the beit qualities of Satin Finish, duslproof tickings WITHOUT Haven't Been Photographed Since Were the Year Robert Sallee. Married IJr'ng the family and let us make an artistic group N. V. WHITE Main Sfreet, below First RICHMOND The Schlegel Studio 5. J. McGauhey Prop. surprising relief and the second bottle Diarrhoea Remedy. This remedy has seemed to give me a new stomach and no superior for bowel complaints. For Eighth Reduce tho present tariff on perfectly good health." For sale by sale by Stockton & Son. cents per pound, Stockton & Soo. fresh meats from 1 Fresh caught fish at Culton's; leave cents per pound for the return' lo 1 orders early. 4ltf A New Teacher concession on the part of Canada of a. reduction from 3 cents a pound to 11-- 1 Ono of the teachers in the State Normal cents, llcduce the tariff on bacon and fur the ensuing year and one of especial hams from 4 cents per pound to 1 4 interest to the local community is Miss cents per pound, on all other dried and Hulda Dilling, of Fond du Lac, Wisconsmoked meats from 25 per cent, ad sin, who is to bo critic teach.er of grades valorem to 1 4 cents per pound, in re- three and four of the Model School. turn for a reduction on the part of Miss Dilling had a four year High School taken by people in tropiCanada from 2 cents per pound to tho course at Fpnddu Lac, and has graduat cal countries all the year samo figure. These changes in tho ed from Oshkosh State Normal. For round. It stops wasting and meat tariff to be effected at a revenue the past three years she was a teacher keeps up the strength and loss to the United States of less than in the Indianapolis schools and warcon-sidcrc- d $3,000. vitality in summer as well one of the very best teachers in as, winter, Ninth Reduce tho duty on canned the city. Miss Dilling will be an acquis vegetables from 40 por cent, ad valorem Hion not only to the school but to tho ALL DRUGGISTS at barrel of 190 pounds, at a revenue best circles of the city. 11- -4 An ordinary case of diarrhoea can, as a rule, be cured by a single dose of Colic, Cholera and Stomach and Liver Tabelels gave me a Chamberlian's Four Grades of Superiority Anchor. $10.50 Windsor. $13.50 Lenox. $16.00 Style A. $22.50 When you buy a Steams & FoSter you get the besl Mattresa value offered. Come in today and ask to see these exceptional Mattresses. We'll gladly show them. A positive guarantee on every Mattress. A Stearns & Fosler is a very Comfortable and Economical Mattress to buy. " b OLDHAM & LACKEY Undertaking a Specialty Dav Telephone 76 Night Telephone w. s. o. 136 r. 229 o. r. Reduced Prices We Are Offering Calico As usual, at the end of the season we duce prices on all re- fop Clothing July 1 if if & from the bolt, any amount of yards you want, at 4 1 --2c Apron check Gingham, all you want, worth 6 J -- 2c, at 5c Dress Ginghams, sold everywhere at JO and 2c, at 9c Xawns 4 to 9c for values worth 6 to J 8c a yard We are making a clean sweep in our Dress 'Goods department and we offer values worth from 50c to $J.50 at ' about half price 1- Odd Lots, Remnants, . - -2 . . Etc . r We are Overstocked in Silks . 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 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 Suits worth 15.00 and 18.00 for $10.50 Suits worth 10.00 and 12.50 for - - $7.50 Youths' Suits worth from 3.50 to .6.50 $K98 Boys' Suits worth 1.50 to 6.50 now 98c to $3.75 if if and you can get the greatest bargaing in this department ever offer in this city ' We have a good assortment of If you Ladies' Waists worth froir$J .00 to $150, our price now is 69c to 98c Our order for Ladies' ' Skirts for fall was placed some time Get prices. ago"and we must clean up in this department. We have a few Long Coats for ladies 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 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 if if if if if if if if if if if if if Jf ? g if Ladies', Misses' and Children's Slippers lowerln price for quality than ever before Your money's worth and more. All summer goods must go if prices will move' them. They will go not something for nothing but high grade light weight merchandise at the lowest prices you have seen' this season. We quote a few prices and ask, you to come in and look and if not as represented, don't spend a penny Corner First H a m lit o mi & Main 13 pot It r s if Richmond, Kentucky it I presided and Introduced the new Presi of Morgans command, and' so braver lot fllcers named were cbnducted almost patience of the prisoners, many of whom by John U. Waller and had been in Camp Douglas' more than dent Mr. Warfield Bennett, who made of lads ever left I lie old state. They entirely Mennen's and Coleates Talcum Powder two years, yet there were in sight de-- 1 Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Haldeman of an excellent base ball speech to the boys. were In the Camp Douglas, prison at the A.M. CocilrJll. At that-timthere existed in Illinois finite hope of release and return to were madehy Ex President's time the conspiracy was formulated Louisville were guests Sunday of Mrs. Other talks G. D. Corsets Greenleaf and Kellogg. Many things and in reading the articles last week, all anil In some of the neighboring States a comrades, the surrender at Appomattor . Capertop. secret political society, known as "the and Sherman's successful campaign fol Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Wilson, of were discussed of interest to the team. of them recalled the time and spoke of A and the boys all declared that if they the facts as set out in the article as Sons of Liberty, hostile to the Federal lowed In swift order and there were Moberly, entertained at dinner, Sunday to win first place this time, they bein;; true. They all took the" oath to Government and in sympathy with the many thousands within the walls at the of last week, in honor of their son Mr. failed Boys receiving a certificate of proficiency are certified to an-- , t fighting for the honor stand by the leaders, and if providence South. It claimed a membership of downfall of the Confederacy. R. W. Wilson and his two boys of would be found in Kentucky, also Colleges in the East. The record shows ihar Mrs. Morris was tried by a military come in with its mysteries hand about 300, 000, but this, perhaps, was an hadn't Indianapolis, Ind. Mr. Wilson and his in second position. pupil, who has received a certificate from this school, has ever Mr. and Mrs. It. O. Lackey arc at to check the move, there would have overestimate of ils strength. By some court and sent within the Confederate in college. Koferonces: Any patron of the school, and faculii two boys will remain with their father been jjundreds of Yankee guards dead of the members of the prisoners' organ line. Col. Marmaduke and St. Leger various colleges of the State. Fourteen boys are admitted im Crab Orchard Springs. and mother until September. home of the Principal, where they get personal attention, not c would-b- e of the Sons of Greenville were sentenced to lifetime break for ization the A special from Paint Lick says: Miss as the result of that Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Wilson of to studies, but as to manners and development of character Liberty was expected. In this prob imprisonment on the Dry Tortugas. liberty. Col. Holt in writing says. for Moberly had as their guests several days Eloise Terry, who has been' visiting For particulars apply to All the circumstanco oftheir situation ably, they would have been disapolnt-e- l Through the Influence f friends and last week their daughter. Mrs. G. W. relatives here for the past two weeks. rendered it reasonable to expect that finally received though there is good reason for the family Col. Marmaduke B. THRELKELD, A. M., Principal In Frazer and her children, of Wiseman' has returned to her homo in Kansas effort would be made to organize among belief that their active, overt assistance a pardon and returned to his homo in City... 3Uss Ethel Stono and Francis NICHOl. Next Session Opens Sept. 5, 1011 I' j , town, Estill county. It is how-evo- Missouri. will fall Tribble, of Shelby county are visiting them a body of men sufficiently large to was definitely promised. Mr. Harvey NetT. of DeKalb, I1L, is overpower thegarrison, arm themselves Col. St. Leger Greenville long remain not improbable that the Sons of their aunt, Mrs. W. O. Fitzpatrick here for a visit to his brother Mr. Cole from the garrison's supply of arms and Liberty would have given valuable ed a prisoner, but at last escaped to Ha all Rev. Dawson and Brandcn, evangelists, man Nen. are conducting a big tent meeting here. make their way to the nearest consider aid In procuring supplies and in dostroy vana, going from there to England. able body of Confederate troop ing Federal lines of communication. It His escape may have been mado with A swimminz party enjoyed a half Miss Cary Rice is at Crab Orchard for Several attompts were made to effect is also probable 'hut many of them tho connivanco of thoso in authority. day outing" Monday afternoon at Lock a three weeks sojourn. such an organization, but all that bo- - would have been drawn into some de- since no good could attend his perpetual No. 10 on the Kentucky river near Dr. May Phelps and wife left Tuesday came at all important were merged into monstration exciting such general Imprisonment. For many years Maj. Ford. Thev left on the 2 o'clock train the one that is the subject of this distrust, panic and confusion as would Hines was on the Superior Court bench and returned at 7:20. There were about for a stay at Martinsville, Ind. When you suffer from any form of of this remarkable cure for ft me-Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harris and Miss sketch. thirty in the party witli Mr" and Mrs. have been of the greatest service to the in Kentucky, but died a few years ago, indigestion it is always well to take liver and bowel troubles tfcr aga Tom mio Cole Covington left yesterday George Phelps as chaperoncs. The organization which absorbed and escaped prisoners in making thoir way Joe Gray died at his old home in Ken something for the liver, as usually the free sample. Mrs. Frank Ls.:y"oi 111., sent for one and it tucky. loved and honored by all who trouble lies there. If you are bitiuus, Plainview, utilized all that was desirable in other to the Confederate linos, Mrs. J. J. Greenleaf and little daugli for Swango Springs, Wolfe county. low in have a bloated feeling after eating, if curea ner ana sne is open in saymj One of the Sons of Liberty, or a young knew him. Of the Committee of Seven, you belch, if your skin is yellowish that she will never take pill-- or Mrs. J. Speed Smith, of Seattle, attempts of the same character, and past terhave been in Frankfort the stroar cathartics again, as Syrup Pep in actj week the cucsts of Miss Cuinn. Mr. Wash., is here, the guest of Mrs. G. W. which has become known ceneralv as man seeming to act under their direct Wallace, Barlow, Monroe, Anderson and you may be sure it is liver trouble. is for Tho Camp Douglas Conspiracy,' ion was employed as a clerk at the Heddlestone are dead. Cockrill is Evans. What you need is something to stir so mildly. Mr. W. L. Brya-- t. the Greenleaf joined them Saturday. v. to arouse the gastric Postmaster at Sardis, Tenn, Mr. Sprigg J2bbert, of Lexington, is was initiated by some of the leading garrison headqurters and was permitted living in Florida and Norvell in Birm up the liver, they will aid in is for Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Clav were at homo this the di- win never oe wunout it again that spirits of Morgan's command. Utmost to have unrestricted access to the prison ingham, Ala. Of the others prominent juices soof Sunday afternoon to Miss Jamie Caper- visiting Misses Mary Barrett and your food. A very good ami pciauii Ldii aiiutu 10 Igr. ;fe 1 gestion cautiod was exercised in the enlistment From time to time he reported to John in the Camp Douglas conspiracy but remedy for this, and one highly rec- remedy so nigniy endorsed a- - thi Margarclta Smith. ton and her guests. Tea was served. . T. n tue r t of members. No man was permitted to Waller, going to him In his bunk late at few aro now alive. idiniiy tfcin tut an . ommended by those who have used it is uuuu f Miss Lizzie Graddy, of Lexington, and Mrs. Thomas Kindred, of Franklin, age, Decause it mild. it. is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, miancy to oiq enlist until after rigid and deliberate night. In this manner Waller received jicuiurc, or muviiio, are scrutiny of his record Ohio, Is here the guest of her daughter. miss which you can obtain of any druggist tree irom griping and yet pr tnpt!j in the field and In promptly all information obtainable at Mrs. Elza Foslor, on the Tate's "Creek guests of Mrs. M. F. Jasper. at fifty cents or one dollar a bottle. effective. Furthermore, rcsj't art prison, taking into consideration his the garrison headquarters that could But if you have any doubt about its absolutely guaranteed or money w,a road. Prof, and Mrs. W. E. Gwynne left reputation for intelligence, honor and be of interest to the conspirators. It merits, and would prefer to try it be refunded. Lexington, is Tuesday for W inchester for a visit to patriotism. In force the organization was natural tint the prison authorities Mrs. O. W. Rose, of first, send your address to Dr. CaldFor the free sample address Dr W well and he will promptly send you a visiting Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Miller on Mrs. Nelson P. Gay. They will also was strictly military, the member would suspect the probability of attem B. Caldwell. 402 Caldwell tu.ldini free sample bottle. visit in Georgetown before returning. the Speedwell road. ship composing the skeleton of pts to organize some means of escape. Thousands of people first learned Aionticeuo, lit. Miss Parrent's recital at the High an army division of two brigades, with Hence they always had some spies At the home of Mr. ru Mrs. Elza For Sale by STOCKTON'S DRUG STqRE Foster, on the Tate's Crcok road last school anditorium was thoroughly en. genoral, regimental and company officers among the prisoners. Every spy thus every timo a young couple start Buttcrick Patterns Saturday a sumptious spread was set joyed by a smnll, but appreciative audi Tho total membership numbered about employed was known to Waller, to the out life with a home of their This 1,500, or about 10 per cent of the entire committe of seven and to regimental before a large number of guests to cele- ence last Thursday evening. See Our Bargain Counter own. The home is the best inter brate the birthday ol the estimable gifted young woman posesses talents number of prisoners, while the organ commanders within a few hours after mediary known for those little guests were treated ton that charm those who hear her and on ization and distribution of command his employment, t.nd he was ever after hostess. The delightful day, spent with this popular this occasion she was at her best. Her gave reason to hope that any active under rigid, ceaseless surveillance, differences that we aro apt to spells "Democrats Cannot Lose," which famllv and near fifty enjoyed thoir assistants Mrs. Kellogg, accompanist movements would instantly carry with That reports came to Waller direct arise in the course of even tho and Misses Hart aniTBright.solrfists.add it tho wihole body of prisoners. from garrison headquarters was known is regarded as the climax or ill omens hospitality. best regulated families, because for the G. O. P. aggregation seeking to 1911 The direction of affairs was commit to only a few of the officers in the prison Prof. McDoutle, of the Normal school ed much to the delightful program. of the mutnal interest it holds for jobs in the State is in Somerset this week conducting the connect whh feur-yeMessrs Charles Culton, Ed Cosby and ted to tho "supreme council," or th ers' organization. Not one instance Editor both. Again the home comes in Siv K. YaMfht eonttol. Here is the "deadenor," Pulaski county teacher's institute. Thi1 Ben Daugherty are sponding several "committee of seven," composed of was known of a spy having been em as "the backbone of the Nation' McDERMOTT following men: John II. Waller. ployed who was not previously known the is his second year there and he was un days at Lake Reba on a camping trip. 12th, 1911. musics met wehuoit n McGREARY Harmon II. Barlow, Otway B. Norvell to some officer in the organization as Roosevelt Theredore Guess animously elected by the teachers of Messrs Ben Daugherty, Charles Cul advun-tage- s Hence RETHURUM that countv. Prof. McDougle has knew what he was talking about ton and Ed Cosby will enjoy the cool Clayton Anderson and Windor Monroe, utterly unworthy of confidence. THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO McGregor among the teachors and invigorating atmosphere at Iiko all of Kentucky, John II. Heddleston this busy espionage within the prison call verv high standing eh? It certainly behooves every (Incorporated.) CLARK without results of the State. Reba for the next two weeks, going out of Missouri, and Augustus M. Cockrell was, of course, ent-relfamily to givo this question conBttlSTOW employed, fortunately for Pres. iwkJ Mgr. Mr. and Mrs. Clay Horrick, of Clove in the afternoons and returning before of Alabama, all members of Gen. John The creatures A n. MOter sideration, and there will never RHEA H. Morgan'scommnnd. The committer themselves, could obtnin no information land. Ohio, have arrived for a visit to business hours next morning. Thoy SocVTrew. RICIIMOM GBt W. G. WMte HAM LETT There had been in Morgan's command selected John H. Waller as division be a better time than right now nave luted up a camp and will receive Mrs. Mary B. Clay. , who had come to BOSWORTH commander; A.M. Cockrell was mado a man named S to begin. Lumber is plentiful, Capt. and Mrs. J. D. Fceney, and their friends in rustic style. ORECELIUS KCIWOKY PKS6 WSM(Iie commander of the First brigade, and it from Texas. It was afterward reMiss Mae James is in Mt. Vernon, at and the price is keeping with the daughter, Elizabeth, of Lexington, are JAMES nt John M. Heddleston commander of the ported that he had been indicted in that tending a house party given by Miss visiting Judge and Mrs. H. C. Rice. quality at leist it's the way in NEWAN Second brigade. Others of the commit State for forgery and escaped while ou Miss'Nancy Terry has resumed her Blahch Crawford. our yard and we don't believe it MONROE tee were appointed to regimental and on bail. Soon after arrivel at Camp .nrs. i. u. mi lard and daughter are staff positions. Other appointments Douglass he took the oath of allegiance duties at the McKee store after spend WILSON YEAR PEB FPIOE fl.08 will ever be any cheaper. We've ing a delightful vacation at Crab in Louisville, the guests of relatives . GARNETT wero made of regimental and company to the United States and. having unusu IS ADVANCE got some good ideas about modest Orchard. E. C. Hughes, the Texas Land .Man, officers, thus forming the nucleus of OLIVER al abilities for office work, soon obtain homes that we'll give you" free if Thursday O'REAR Winchester hustling sales who has been here for several days military force which, it was hoped ed a clerkship la one of the garrison Mr. Otto Powers, the - -- 1 WRBMHSBAY AUG. WeekVINSON offices. Many months later he came an for Kellogg & Co., has returned telling of the woudors of the unexplored could readily direct and eOntrol all you'll como in when ready to rrklat Lexington GREENE from a two weeks stay at French Lick portions of the Lone Star State, lelt the 15,000 prisoners. Only five of tho back amongilth prisoners, profissin build. OMOIIATIC STATE TICKRT. He says it is the greatest place Jn the Tuesday with a party of eleven Madison officers were authorized to admit new profound regret for the course ho had county people, who will look over the members andadministcr the oath at the taken and tried hard to gain the con the unmax is continually caning on country to really enjoy yourself. the people of this city to guard wel QfaUEM. James. time of enlistment. The oath and all fidence of the leading men of Morgan' Father O'Dwyre has returned from land with a view to, prospecting. No their health, by keeping their premises Lee county, where he visited several of Misses Bettie and Thompson Taylor orders and instructions were given command. Of course he was shunned f Orittmteii. HOME" free from all manner of filth and dirt his charges. and distrusted by all. At that time are here for a visit to their father, Dr. c rally, nothing being sommiltcd Par Governor, during the month of July and August writing. Texan, a trusted member or tue organ T. J. Taylor. McCheaht, Winchester : Tuesday and Thurda, AambsB. Miss Charlotte Simmerman of Dayton, Especially so during these days, The oath was singularly itnprcssiv ization, became seriously ill and often Todd-Edwar- ds Mr. Buster Fife has gone to Detroit visiting her sister, Mrs. t. M Thursday of each week will be Ohio is Next typhoid germs lurk in every grain and in no case it is known that any wil delirious. He had with him a valuable for a few days. Stiver. IW UeitleMBt Governor, Ladies' Day , knowing of dirt and the fly is only too eagerto carry tutor thoughtless violation of it ever diamond and S tt. J. McDbrmott, Miss Stockton entertained the managed to somotimes assist in nursin, kto the house. There is very little Rev. Hugh McLellan, of San Antonio, Young Jane D.Bridge Club occured. When one was suggested of Jefferson. Ladies last Thurs desirable to have as a member of the him. It is known that the diamond typhoid fever in Qiohmond or vicinity, who has been visiting here with his day and. a full attendance was out. The State Trewatree, out a Much more unfortunate was carelessness mignt start an family for several days, will go organization some members in the Thomas G. Rhea, epidemic of this dread disease, which Somerset this week, where he will begin souvenir of the occasion was awarded best position for the purpose were or it that the sick man in his delirium cal of Logon. a protracted meeting- - The music will Miss Moliie Fife. would be nothing short of a calamity. dered to investigate his record and led the name of Mrs. Morris, a Kentuc be under the direction of Mrs. E. W. Miss Margaret Parrish entertained character and after performance of that ky lady then living in Chicago. There For AwMtor, xuesaay witu a ureaKlasl liriugo in duty, to report to the officer from whom was other delirious talk, too disjointed Hbmiw Boswohth, MabttO'TooIc, he of the Emerald Delcamp, of Lexington. of Payette. Miss Margaret Miller attended th honor of hor guest Mrs. Dudley, of the order was received. This report to form the basis of any definite susIsle, a noted ball player, has been sold for 822.500 by the St. Paul Club to the Lancaster Fair, the guest of Miss Jane Winchester, also this morning at Bridge was referred and acted upon by the com picion. S to garrison , returned Per AMontoy General, in honor of her guest. The double mittee ot seven, if the report was headquarters and was detailod for de Pittsburg olub. Just think of it, and he Doty. Jambs Gabkbtt, knows the difficulty of keeping old didn't got one cent of this big sum. And Miss Julia Higgins was in Lancaste olfair was elegant and afforded her satisfactory the rnan was carefully ap tective work in Chicago. Other de style plumbing; fixtures clean and many friends an opportunity to enjoy proached to ascertain, his willingness to teclivet wero placed under his orders, In addition President Dreyfuss of the last week the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Par Secretory of State. the game and meet the charming guest. engage in such an effort as was contem but he himself was always under their Pittsburg team has insured the costly Sam Haselden for the fair. attractive. C P. CHBCW.HH1. I Vf player's life for $25,000 with the Pitts Mrs. Warfield Bennett was the hostess plated. So carefully was this done surveillance. Miss Naomi Ballew was one of tiie Even oh the part of burg team as beneficiary. This is a land charming guests of the Misses Francis last Saturday at a Luncheon Bridge, in every case that no person, until at the The committee ot seven, by agree of PmMIc Ir- of the free, but a poor ball player can be at Lancaster last week to attend th compliment to her guest Miss Ann M very moments of enlistment, knew de ment with those who were to mistress or maid cannot give the old metallic bath r.t rnoi.'lnn bought and sold and can't say a word. Crittenden, of Frankfort. It was a de finitely of the organization as already outside the prison, fixed upon a night in fair gaieties. ItABMBALE HaMLBTT, lavatories that daintiness arid tubs or "closed-in- " lightful occasion. Miss Helen Bennett existing, and even after enlisted, unless November, 1801, for the assult upon of Obrfcrtfen. Messrs Robert and Cable Aruold, is so essential to the modern home. charm which was awarded the first prize. .iadison county is tue Home ol an assigned to some important command the garrison. As a signal a rocket was home after iHw Obromfa'itonor of Agrietikitre, ether person of prominence all over the Lancaster, have returnedS. W. Mr. Owen Golden, the popular youn or duty, he knew as members only the to be sent up on the outside. As before. Mr. Lackey. J. W. Newman, There is one way out of this trouble a sure country, and she has been honored visit to the home of one by whom he was led to enlist, th it was planned that tho patrol should be is spending Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Todd, and Mrs druggist of Georgetown, again. This time the Methodists of the suddenly seized and gaged by a detail and practical way. Let us install taadard" plumbportion of his summer outing in Rich officer who administered the oath nnd Pdt Olerk of Oewrt f Appal, United States have chosen Miss Belle H. J. Stone left Saturday morning for mond visiting his father and minglin the few to whose command he was im strong enough to insure instant and ing fixtures in your home. They possess the beauty R.L. Ghbbne, Bennett as one of three women to ad' Mt. Jackson sanitarium, where Mrs. with his old friends. mediately subject or with whom he was entire success and in all other important Todd will take the treatment for rheu of Franklin. dress the Ecumenical Conference and snowy whiteness of fine china. Their brilliance intimately associated in duty details the plans wero similar to those Mrs. Thos. Jefferson Smith and sister to be Methodism, which will be held in To mattsm. gradually was built the framowork of the July preceding. The statement and lustre can be maintained indefinitely' with the Miss Helen Bennett have returned from Thus Mrs. T. G. Dismukes, of Phoeni has been made that it was intended of a formidable military force. RcAwMkm- How. bow editor of the ronto, Canada, in October. This gather Lake Chautauqua. minimum amount of labor. Arizona, is the guest of Miss Marie Owooutmro Inquirer, eatts the present ing meets once in ten years and this After the process of organization to burn Chicago. This is entirely un Miss Tribble of Stanford is visiting the first time that women have had any Harbar on High street. true. As before, there were stringent ii amiwitt ration's bond m a very nifty had reached a stage giving reasonabl Is your plumbing as good as it should be ? orders intended to protect all citiezn oonourmwg the announced place on the program. A great honor to Mr. Charles Rice has entered State Mrs. Dan Breck. hope that it might at any time LM'ss Bennett and her native count v. not, let us tell you how to better Mrs. D. B. Shackelford entertained effectively employed the from wanton injury in person or pro m.-w- . College, Lexington, for a short course in some urae ner eoMttfl. of committee perty. Arms, horses and supplies were the experimental department, before last week with a Tennis partj aw Ike OH mat ax pressed itself as seven decided upon a date in July, 1S01 Mrs. Nannie Douglas and Miss Tillle for the assault upon thegarrison, which to be taken only by men detailed for going to the Iowa State College. Ho why the per oaptta had taken a son of Mr. Fount Rice. Douglas are sojourning at Crab Orchard at that time, was weaker than it was at fiat purpose, but no wanton wrong was a hound at tms time, when tue Mr. and Mrs. E. E. McCann have reTh of me wore praetfeaNy the any subsequent period and was without to be permitted or pardoned. Misses Curraleen Smith and Alma Springs. AM Benj. F. Hurst, Manager Telephone 270 was fully understood by every officer i We raise should have turned from a weeks stay at Crab Rice will go to Vincennes, Ind., thi Mrs, Nanhio Embry the suspicion of danger. Orchard. the organization. e men. wt tms is a uoverner s with a 5 o'clock tea tiiis evening in week lora visit to Mrs. H. M. Rogers. Had the blow been struck then Mr. L. P. Adams, of the PostofBce, During the evening preceding tho year and the adnhtisiraUon is hoping compliment to Mrs. Knight of Dallas seems not improbable that it would The Equal Rights society will meet night selected for the outbreak each to neeeive the voters by this great spurt ion, iasi aaiuraay on nis annual vaca in Elks Building Saturday afternoon at Texas. have been successful. As said before, tion. He wiH visit New York City 1 o'clock. All who are interested llafar says: Invitations are out. for n reception to tho garrison was then weak in numbers, officer received instructions as to tho ai "For K09 the per oapita was 84. In Baltimore, Philadelphia, and Washing invited to attend. be given by Mrs. C. E. Smoot tomorrow It was composed almost entirely of men signal and orders as to his own particu duties. It would be difficult to tell WWh was not increased, and people ton City, while away. afternoon. who had never seen service in the field lar Miss Martha White will leave th who bean tub on the admtaietratiefi of Elder E.B. Barnes will return Saturday and had only a brief period of military how exultant were the hopes of those Elizabeth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. week for Philadelphia to enter the Dr. SMe mBmiks oecan to wonder why there Edgar Blanton of West Ma'n St., has as from the East and will occupy the pul instruction. A sudden and unexpected who watched through the long hours of Price hospital for. trained nurses. had heoa no incroase in 1916 over 1009. her guest Miss pit at the Christian church on n zt assault at the hour intended would night for the signal to be given Elizabeth Eba of AshMr. and Mrs. John Allen and daughter. Sunday at the usual hours. friends outside, or how sickening the c the nsoal increase in the land. Miss There probably have reduced them to helpless Blanton entertained in her di appointment when at last the Ion; Martha, have been hereseveral days the number of ehildren and the usual Ir- - honor witli a One of the most enjoyable family re- panic, and such probably was increased Wednesday lawn fete passed without signal bein, guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Zaring. ereaee in the total aseed violation of evening. . unions ever held in Old Madison took by the fact that many of the men of the night had No man shared the vigil who the Suite for taxes, whioh of itself Mr. Bowen Zaring, who is now place last Wecnesday at Moran's mill, garrison were married and had with given. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Robinson were in should Wave neat a sbmII increase in .did not know that the enterprise New York, has been home several day: on Silver Creek. It was a them their wives and children. Besides the sflhool per oapha. In addition to Garrard county last week with relatives with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. ing of Willis' and about grsat gather this, the necessities of the Government which he expected to engage was so full seventy fiv ot peril as to be almost desperate, yet the foerease in assessed valuation, the and attended the Lancaster fair. Zaring. members oi tins noted family were had drawn to tho front almost all State Board of EquaKcation made raises Mr. William Woodward and Miss military force. With there was not one of all the members II r. and Mrs. Homer Whittington and present to enjoy the sumptuous spread its available en the counties whioh Increased the Julia Stephens, or Lexington, have been who did not grieve that the chance, des and hear family stories. Five States telegraph and railroad lines destroyd perate as it was had been forbidden. total shoot 8 per eeat. SUM there was the guests for the past week of Mr. and Mr. Henry Engle left Wednesday for were represented. The only important would have taken many-damov to a tour of Ohio and Kentucky in M no toareaoe im the school fund. , had presented himself The spy S Mrs. Jeplha Chenault. Whittington's new auto. They will absentees were ColJoe Willis, of Crab from the front enough troops to meot to Mrs Morris as an escaped prisoner assessments for 1911 "The increase in Orchard and Uncle Amos Willis, of this the requirements of the situation. r, Messrs. Guy Prewitt and Field visit his relatives at Marietta, Ohio, and over MM k not so great as the increase But after the assault upon the garrison from Camp Douglas, and by his ac of Clark county, have returned other points in that State before re- - city, who is the oldest living Willis in of Mie over 1009. stfH there is an in quaintance among Morgan's men, many this county, The young folks enter- had been planned and shortly before home, after a visit to Mr. Barnet turning. erease of cents on the school per tained the old ones In the afternoon, by was to be made, a prisoner nmed of whpm she knew, readily gained her Chenaulu onpfta. Mr. J. T. Towles of the contracting having a swimming party. Hines, a Mlssissippian and a member of confidence. It is not prpbable that "It H possible that the administration Messrs Barnes Conway and 'Bob" firm of Smith-Towle- s Co., that has just had any definite suspicion of the can Thos. A. Shclton, agent for Hurst the "conspiracy," received a letter con spiracy among the prisoners or of the needed the taorease which ought to have Maupin. who help to make the firm of finished the concrete work at Lock 13 mining substantially the fullowin, or phone been node last year, and it was used in Kellogg & Co., a great institution for was in Richmond Friday enroute to Home Insurance Co. Write-mpresenco of Confederate oficers no ,111." (namin words: "Tom is in 151 ring 2. Union City, Ky. other channels and then turned back business, are taking a much needed Uoanoke, Va., where lie had been sum T Mrs Morris referred him the town), "on business and writes that Chicago. into the school fund alomr with the in rest for the next ten days. moned-bthe Richmond house as a safe hiding a telegram announcing the Young To the recipiiint of he is doing well," orease made this year, in order to have place. The reference to her secured Dr. Marcum, of Estill county, was in serious illness of his wife. Mrs. Margaret Young died at hor the letter and the few others to whom an effective slogan? the confidence of the proprietor, who "The Republican nominees and spell the city Monday en route home after a Cadiz Record: Prof. D. Warren home in Independence. Mo., on the was shown these words seemed to have introduced him to St. Leger Greenville, three weeks stay in Texas. He is de- Bridges, who has been in Chicago for evening of the 10th, at the advanced an important significance. All who binders wHt have much to say about the Marmaduke and Anderson. St. Leger big school per capita a pet expression lighted with that country and invested the past two months taking a special age of SO years. She was-- the daughter were consulted understood that "Tom Greenville-perhap- s remembered having several hundred dollars in land near La course, reached Cadiz last Saturday of William - R. Green deceased and was Maj. Thomas H. Hmes, who had being: 'Just look what this Republican , with Morgan's command seen S administration has done for the free Pryor, but will not leave old Kentucky afternoon and joined Mrs. Bridges and sisterof the late Mrs.Howard Cornelison, planned and effected the escape of Gen. and he and Anderson talked to him D. Warren, jr., who have been here sev She is survived by one brother Mr. Morgan and himself from their prison at schools! There should be somebody for any place In the world. without suspicion of his real character, Mrs. A. J. Willonghby and daughters eral weeks visiting Mrs. Bridges mother, Adam Green of this county. She was Camp Chase, and who was also one of present every time to ask the question: They and Col. Marmaduke were ar Mrs. M. H. Jagoe. They left yesterday buried ai Lexington, Mo., by the side of the most fearless and effective cavalry 'Why was there no increase in 19I0t Alice and Ruby have returned from a visit to relatives and friends in Versail- for Richmond, Ky., where Mr. Bridges her husband the late Thomas Young'who officers in the Confederate service. rested, in some way aiaj. nines rei I Hew were you able to make so big an was elected-somtime ago as the super proceded her to the grave several years Though the members of the committee ceived warning and escaped making his increase in 1911 when the tax assess- les and Lexington. of seven differed widely as to what way to the Confederate lines, as did also ment of 1911 affords no greater basis for Miss Russell Stouffer gave a swim- intendent of the graded school of that ago. city. should be done, It was decided to post- Jqp Gray. an taorease in 1911 than it did in lOUT' ming party at Silver Creek Monday of pone indefinitely the intended outbreak Following this a strong Federal forco 111 Low 1 ThQ last week. It was in compliment to her SSSMM ). Misses Eloise Million and Bertha .Straw and to try to obtain communication was placed around the prison. The Mb 11 I house party and to Miss Elizabeth Eba Hayden are at Crab Orchard Springs The labor unions of the country are ' with Maj. Hines commanding officer notified the prison N II I is of Ashland, who is the guest- - of Miss for a two weeks stay. Ko. up and awake in the light to clear J. J. It was a novel Lexington Herald: Mr. H. 0. Creek-mor- e During the Civil War. in Which One of the coolest and most daring ers that artillery was planted around A special from Chicago Elizabeth Blanton. McNamara. II IL 1 .. V: members of the organization, Joe Gray, the enclosure with orders to open fire FIno . Madison Soldiers Took says: An appeal for $500,000 to defend entertainment and much enjoyed. and family left Lexington Thurs a Kentuckian and one of Morgan's men. upon the whole body of prisoners at J. J. McNamara, the union labor leader Mrs. Thompson S. Burnam enter- day afternoon for Denver, Colorado, Prominent Part ; was selected to accomplish this object. tne nrst sign oi any disturbance among II ! ha stork- accused of dynamiting, has been issued tained at luncheon Friday in compli where they will make their home. Mr. h u w III 1 u Through bribery his escape from the them. Thero were also orders forbid by Secretary Morrison of the American raent to her sister Mrs. Lillie Logan Creekmore was formerly of Richmond, ' 11 Writing in the Courier Journal several prison was effected, and in the town ding the gathering of md're than two or II W 1 Federation of Labor to the 2,000,000 Keene and daughter Miss Marion being in the drug business there for days ago, CoL C W. nolt, CoA. Fifth named in the letter ho found Maj Hines, three prisoners outside the barracks. ' several yean. Lately hii health has Kentucky Cavalry, now living members of labor unions. He suggests Covers were laid for sixteen. : Thus opportunity twice was lost in at Lub- to whom ho was known. Communicatthat each member contribute twenty-riv- e Miss Louie McElroy, of Danville, bss been very poor and he goes to Colorado, bock, Tex., tells very graphically of a ion was soon .established with Hines July through unwise delay, in November cents. It is almost a surety that been the guest this week ..of Mrs. A. It. hoping the high altitude and climate conspiracy during the cival war, when and othor Confederate officers then in through treachery. the sum can b raised for every member Denny. She leaves today for her home wjjl benefit him. the Confederates were imprisoned at and within easy reach ot Chicago, and f Before any plans could be formed to 11 of organized labor in the United States and Mrs. Denny will arcompany her for 'Jlrs. SoeGiunchigHani and daughters, Camp Douglas, which was formed by through them, with the Confederate au- meet conditions, and prob wlH undoubtedly donate the small sum. a stay of a few days. who have been spending several days several Kentuckians of Morgan's com. thorities in Richmond. Among-- the ably no new plans promising success Mrs. W. R. Dillon, of London, at Crab Orchard, have returned home. mand, and a few others, to gain their Confederate officers then in or about could have been formed, negotiations and Mrs. F. D. Gibson and beautiful While an arrangement of tlie name The Directors of the Base Ball Associa- liberty by overpowering the guards Chicago were Cols. Marmaduke ld St. for renowing the exchange of prisoners of the .Democratic State nominees spells little daughter, Esther Jones, of Big tion and several fans, entertained the N. B. Deatherage. Jpe Collins, Squire Lcer Grcnville, the latter an liiigHsh wore begun between the authorities at Coratr Main and Second mmwl "The Wiooerx," and of t,bose on the Stone Gap, Va., are the guests cf Mrs. members of the Pioneer team last Tues- Huguely. Thompson Duerson, O. D. cavalry officer attached to Gen, Morgan's Washing ton and Richmond, and. the ex? Ropubhoan State Uoket spells "Hie J. C. George and family. day evening with a sumptuous spread at Pattie, Jacobs. White, James P. White, division; Maj. Hines and Capt. Cwetlo- - changA began early in 1545. The ex-:- -: Mrs. R. ft. Burnjra and Miss Eliza- the ever popular Joe's and a jolly good Joe Maupin, James C. Miller, Joe T, man. There were probably swroral Manga proceeded Losers," singularly oaoug h the arraage-son-t slowly, but, though of the names on both State tickets beth Burnam are spending the week time was had. Ex President Herrington Jones and Ira Scudder, were membors' others. The communications with th the tedious movement was trying to th nSMMnWnMnpHHnSHHMM with Mrs. Thomas Jackson Smith Fayette In Co. Threjkeid Select School College Preparatory School 011 Now is the Time to buy something almost nothing. order to make room tor the goods, we for next two weeks sell our w T, r. sil Muslin Underwear at a Great Reduction prices, Come and see our seeing believing, and don't Cash Only sale GOOD LIVER REMEDY FREE i s 1 1 OWEN McKEE ar Divorce Courts Get a Hard Blow The Richmond Climax. Madison Young Ltidie.s Institute Por Girls and 1856 Next session opens 5eptember Those interested and seeking the of this school, on or address J. B, Cassiday Games At Home. This - "Theres Place Like Lumber Co. nr iue EVERY HOUSEWIFE constant drudgery I M - it wen-rtori- PERSONALS ; in ; Richmond Heating & Plumbing Company BI tar The . ys Van-mete- mmmw kf l i Summer Suits u j e iuiiiuiimsa m v ijjf Conspiracy. I PRICE fomnn ior our Cut Shoes.' cut r.lc mi deerw fhn Hfc "" ..'" vr r VI 1 IB Rmiw II V I d I J. I & STANIFER Kentucky I Richmond :JSpS 'jSH " II mm. tM W i. is IT 1 11 im mm 4 u - I I 1 v - ' ' If c o.vftici at CO. m You Have Eczema Or Any Skin Or Scalp Troubte Here Is Good 'News WIST FIT' PWSPfM. 9 MOT IMPORTANT POINT TER OF QLOVI. IN MAT- I F you've teen Dayiiitf $45. $50 anci $60 to some small sell all kinds of good tailor for your clotnes because you tlio't tkis was the only way to get satisfactory results xn Wlia totk made to measure and ready to wear, tut custom tailoring, you'd tetter give us an order to tave a suit made for you ty we particularly recommend ttose we tave made as eact customer wants ttem ty " f a V Ed. K Price TAILOll Co. CHICAGO Ed. K Price A Co. CHICAGO UI1CBA1IT TAllOl VIXSCMAKT Fall woolens tte most attractive patterns you've ever seen. Your selection willte made up to your measure, as you want it, for $20 to $40. We ll stow you tteir new You secure tte advantages of a personallyv selected style and fatric, as well as a correct fit, . tterety gaining a distinctive inFa.aioa No. 83 Four-Button If you're not satisfied, it wont cost you anything. D.-- B. Sici Soft Roll. C-- dividuality of appearance, yet f C. tte cost is way telow wtat most ilors ask for equal values. Let us prove it to you. tOFTIItMT SB. V. MC You have' probably tried one or more remedies with small success, This costs money and it is uncertain. We want you to try 55EMO, the clean liquid remedy, but we do not want you to pay for it unless you are satisfied with results. Wo have so much faith in Zemothat we want you to try it by sending to the E. W. Rose Medicine Co.. 3032 Olive St.. St. Louis. Mo.. . I hi sunups 10 pay postage lor a generous sample of ZEMO (antiseptic) SOAP and our 32 page booklet on skin disease OR set a bottle today at Perry's Drug Store and f you are not pleased with results they will refund your money. ZEMO is a clean scientific preparation that washes away and destroys the erm lifo and tho poisons that cause the trouhle. Stops the itchinjr at once and results can be seen after one appli cation. ZEMO absolutely cures eczema In all its forms as well as hives, rashes, acne, tetter, barbers itcn, pickly heat etc, on infants the same as on grown persons Indorsed and sold by druggists everywhere and in Richmond bp Perry's Drug Store. 5 and-ZEM- Your Confidence t A W Warn Tm Tight, Thy Will Spall th LMk f Evtn th Mott Dainty Hand First Putting on Important. Nothing makes a hand more unnat- tractive than a glove that la too tight. t We have got the biggest "Cinch" and "Pull" of any dealer in town when it comes to selling Quality Merchandise, and we tell you in all contidenceBuy Quality No Matter What You Pay. There is always a reason why a bargain is a "bargain." r thlr hands Dan Breck, fire, lightning, cyclone Exalnrirc local rtjreMBtitiTe of Ed. V. Price U . Ckioa Exclusive local representative o f Ed. V. Price Co- - Chicago and live stock. tf Gets $25 Ellis, the popular and hard hitting left fielder of the Le.tiugton Colts was presented with $25 in Gold last Wednes day, when he stepped to the bat in the Maysville-Loxingto- n game, at Lexington. It was given by several admirers as a wedding gift. Impure blood runs you down makes you an easy victim for organic diseases. uurdock Wood miters purines the blood enres tho cause builds you up r ww tot THERE'S one tig advantage in selecting a fatric for a new FaU Suit or Overcoat from tte tandsome assortment of Woolens sent us ty Ed. V. Price Co., of Cticago, and ttut is: You get exactly wtat you pay fo- r- Honest Value In Made-To-Or- der men, college men, young feeling men, wto demand a particular individuality of dress, will find exactly wtat pleases ttem test among tte superb Woolens and notty fastiom we are stowing from tte Fall line of ""OUNG Big Crowd Two hundred and ninety guests sat at Crab Orchard and this popular resort seems to be in creasing in popularity. Manager Wil lis says ho is expecting a record breaking crowd during August. Many Madis on county people have enjoyed Crib Orchard this summer. down to dinner Sunday Buy 1 Clotnes. Ed. V. Price UtlCHAKT TAILOll n Go. CHICAGO Tet how often one sees women with almost bunting from their gloves, bo tightly are they jqueeied Into them. A too tight glove will make even a lender, graceful hand look commonplace and pudgy and a hand Inclined to fleah almost repulsive. So In choostag glOTea one should be very careful to get tfaen large enough, and to have the patience to have them properly fitted In the first place by a good glove Utter. It they are not fitted properly at first the tips of the fingers never work down and the band la made ridiculous and dowdy by the pointed tips. If the fitting la properly done the gloves will sot twist and wrinkle, and will actual ly wear longer than If hurried care lessly over the fingers for the first time. If one has to put on gloves without the assistance of a fitter the hands should be warm and the gloves well powdered, then the fingers should be Insinuated Into their receptacles, and finally the thumb and the hand should be fitted, but not until the fingers have been carefully worked In. To remove the glove pull it over the hand and do not drag It by the finger tips, for this spoils the shape completely. After removing the glovea and turning them right aide again they should have the atretchera used to restore the shape and ahould be sprinkled, again with powdered Trench chalk. Fresh glovea are a necessary ad junct to the toilet of the woman seek ing daintiness, but when they are cleaned they should be cleaned sev eral dara before they are to be worn. so that the fumes of gasoline, and no odor Is more objectionable to the sen attire nostril, may entirely disappear. otherwise the whole effect of one a personality may be marred by the dis agreeable fumes of gasoline. "Clothes don t make the man' but SCHLOSS Garments make you feel like a man c . L t A When you get to be worth a couple of million dollars and buy a new airship every now and then, you can then wear a Shabby 5uit occasionally and folks will forgive you as they forgive rich folks everything, but if you are Just an ordinary man keep yourself looking clean, neat and decent and it will get you more than any investment you can make - J p V h- Crkf tl C 'AA Wi VI 11U.VV J there is-- suit here for. you, ana for $20 there is a better one a t t If a d t a Never talk about your troubles or your woes. Keep a steady upper lip, Don't forget this splendid tip Buy from us and wear the very best of Clothes. you want to get along Always sine; a merry song". 6 a 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 .a t c a 6 i t a Four- - Button Regular ii i r Fusion No. 677 Sack. rail fabrics and notty Fastion ideas we tave on display, and tave us take your measure. We'll d eliver clottes made as you want ttem, wten you want ttem, at prices ttat are simply irresistible. Look over these new Ttese Fastion No. 679 Soft Roil, Dip Front s S E. V. ELDER Official Count (Eatlmire local reprcicntatirc of Ed. V. Price V Co, Merchant Tailor tailors will make clottes tte way you want ttem at from 30 to 50 per cent telow wtat smaller tailors ordinary charge, and deliver unsur- passed quality, style andsatisfac- t;on Lct ug measure you well-knowto-day. Now is the time to buy a bottle of Chamberlian's Colic, Cholera CUTTING MUST BE WELL DONE and Diarrhoea Remedy. It is almost certain to be needed before the summer Good Dreeamaklng Impossible If the is over. This remedy has co superior. First Preliminary Be In Any t or sale by Stockton & Son. Way Neglected. it now W. D. Oldham & Co. if Richmond's Greatest Store 9 They're Back Attorneys A" R. Burnam, Jr., and Murray Smith have returned from an extended tour of the west and report that it is really a great country. They spent most of the time in California, but visited all tho western statos and inves tigated the resources of tho country thoroughly. They were out on a purely pleasure trip, and saw many Madison county people who are doing well in their adopted homes in the west. They're There l Are You a Woman ? i I TAKE There is a lot of Madison county pcoplo at Lancaster and they are win ning the Bluo Ribbons in many rings! Robert Walker, Edgar Doty and Ruo Duerson have all won money in the saddle and show horso ring. Lord Bourbon, owned by Mr. Doty is looking In Democratic State Primary. great this season as is Lord Arion, owned by Robert Walker. Mr. Duerson has his Peavines that never fail to get FOR UNITED STATES SENATOR. 4,829 the money. Thomas II. Payntcr Ollie M. James.". -- .85,914 Tom Out ARDUI ft I The1 Woman's Tonic f a. i rr a (0 ftftftftftft JC1 At no season is embroidery so suitable as now. TOO MUCH LOVE V) V) Dainty Lingerie Mid-summer ELBL C9 I re 2. O as i Miss Eva Roberts Shop is headquarters for all that is new in Embroidery Ideas. 2 re . Too much love for fun, frolic and rich food causes stomach, liver, kidOther ney and nervous troubles. remedies help you but DENN'S SURE, SAFE AND SPEEDY cures you. Our discoverer, ten years a miserable sufferer with the above troubles, and RHEUMATISM for years, was cured in one week. To prove our remedy, while they last, . regular size bottles only 25c at STOCKTON & SON, Druggists m ay 31 3mo Tom, one.of the big fire horses, injur Majority for James. i ...81,0S5 ed his ankle in some manner last week, FOR GOVERNOR. James B. McCreary 02,07 and he will be out of commission foe William Addams 40,120 perhaps a month. Kate, the old gray mare, who pulled the big hose wagon by Majority for McCreary... 22,350 herself for a long time, has been placed in Tom's stall to be ready for duty in FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR case an alarm is sent in. Kate is still 41.S7: Edward J. McDermott 40,311 owned by the city and no more consist James P. Edwards T: G. Stewart. 9,330 ent worker was ever born in horse flesh than this animal. Majority for McDermott 1,562 From Louisa FOR TREASURER Thomas S. Rhea 73,359 Supt. Coates arrived from Louisa FOR AUDITOR PUBLIC ACCOUNTS Lawrence county, Saturda-- , where he Ruby Laffoon 43,394 conducted the county teachers institute, Henry M. Bosworth 40,114 Ho left Sunday for "Leitchfield, where ho will conduct the Grayson county in Majority for Bosworth . 2,720 stitute this week. He goes from there FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL to Bowling Green to conduct the War James Garnett 54,079 ren county institute. This is his second O. II. Pollard 31,718 year there and ho is very popular. Supt. Coates has the honor this year of Majority for Garnett. I 23,261 conducting the institutes in both coun FOR SECRETARY OF STATE ties where the State Normal schools are C. F. Crecelius 09,201 located. FOR SUPERINTENDENT PUBLIC Notice. INSTRUCTION Barksdalo Hamlett 37,257 All persons having claims against the L. O. Littroll 24,505 estate of Dr. W. L. Hockaday, deceased It. S. Eubank 24,175 will file same on or before September 1st, 1011, properly proven by law with Majority for Hamlett 12.CC2 tho undersigned, or they will be forever FOR COMMISSIONER OF AGRI barred, AH those indebted to said CULTURE, LABOR AND estate trill settle at once. STATISTICS " James S. Hockaday J. W.Newman : ,....51,131 Admr. A TT flntv ( u B. F. Hill. 20,518 G. T. Wyatt 14,104 1 good dressmaking Is in If a dress be well cut you will have no trouble at all about putting it together. These few hints from an experienced dressmaker may, therefore, be of service to the am' ateurs among readers. When you ace cutting out a skirt al ways allow plenty of turning around the waist and hips, and remember that If your hips are large in proportion to your walat It is best to get a pattern a couple of Inches larger than the waist rather than one that just fits. It Is easy then to take the goods In at the waist it the pattern is too large at this place. When you are cutting a striped skirt remember that even though you may be told on the pattern to place one aide to a selvedge it la advisable to use rather your own common sense and, as a rule at least, to cut each lde slightly on the bias. If this Is done the Joining place is not nearly so xoticsble as if one aide is on the bias and the other on the straight. Before cutting out sleeves always double your material and cut the two together. Then you are bound to cut them right and they will match prop erly. If the material be striped see that the stripes come directly over one another. Pin the material to make sure, as nothing looks worse than two sleeves, the stripes in one of which do not match those in the other. With these ideas, and others which have been given in the past and will be given In the future on this page, any one with an elementary knowledge of sewing and a supply. of patterns should be able to do her own dressmaking In the simplest blouses and frocks, at least good cutting. The proof of Our GoCarts i are all of the 100 per cent. kind Of course you must air the youngster this weathertake 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 priced. Your inspection of our "100 per cent Merit" stock will prove an excellent time investment te (Juts and bruises may be healed in d the time required by about the usual treatment by applying Cham- berlian s Linimont. it is an antiseptic causes such injuries to heal without maturation. This liniment also relieves soreness of the mucles and rheumatic pains. For sale by Stockton & Son. one-thir- Luman and Higgins West Main Street Pictures Framed to Order Opposite h'otel Glyndon ! Real Estate. - All persons desiring either to sell or purchase land or other property or to make rentals of same will find it to their interest to place tho samejsith me as I am a memter.of the 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 qn me at my residence, No. 200 Third Si S. E. Scott. Richmond, Ky. Co-ope- 1 f22-t- f The Wonder of the Age ITow tf. .... Thos. A. Shelton, agent for Hurst Home Insurance Co. Write me or phone 101 ring 2, Union City, Ky. Bill Ledford sells in town don't fail to see goda so chei-pthe new . When, ' Majority for Newman .30.C10 FOR CLERK OF THE COURT OF Embroidery done to order. Prices Notice. Administrators ' APPEALS o reasonable and satisfaction guarAll parties having claims against the Robert L. Gresne 52,418 anteed. Friends and patrons inestate of Jas. II. "Willoughby, are here J. Morgan Chinn.. 37,312 vited to inspect stock by notified to filo same, as required bv "Doan's Oniment cured mo of eozema Majority for Greene law. on or before Sept. 1. 1911, or same .15,100 ihat bad annoyed me a long time. The will be barred. All parties owing said cure was permanent. Hon. S. W. A well known Des Moines "woman BurnanTs Insurance Agency will bond estate are requested to settle at once. Matthews, Commissioner Labol Statis-iic- s. after suffering miserably for two days A. J. Willoughby, Admr. 43tf 4t you. Augusta, Me. from bowel complaint, was cured by one dose of Chamberlian's Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. 'Forsalo bv Stockton H Sou. CD Stamping a Specialty 5, 10 and 25 cent Store Looking Through. Our list of paints you will be amazed at the many varities tor special uses. Opposite Elder's. TVo aro headquarters for 5, 10 and 25 cent goods. Per 5 oents yu can buy many items that ordinarily sell for a dime. Fer W cents you get values worth up to a quarter. We have everything in Enameled "Ware, Tinware, Imported Chma Glassware, "JYeodenware. Brushes. Cutlery, etc., and every priee markjed in plain figures. Ray jour household goods hero and SAVE MONEY - MM jfflcmsm eating Shotguns D IN THE U. Honored Tho following item nppeared In the Louisville papers at a recent date: ''Miss Belle II. Bcnnette, president of the Woman's Missionary Council of the Methodist Episcopal church, South ono or the three women choson by Methodism of the United States to ad dress the Ecumenical Conference of Methodism to be held in Toronto, Canada, in October, I91L This worlds wide gathering meets only once in ten years; and at the last session, held In London, England, no woman had any part on the programme,, and woman's work was not represented. The other. women are Mrs. Jane Bancroft Robjn son, president of the Woman's Board'of Home Missions, and Mrs. Lucy Iyder Myer, president of the Woman's Ms sionary Training faonooi in unicagp, both of the Northern U. E. church, Miss Bennett hopes to attend the N. AA Woman Suffrage convention to be held in Louisville, also in October." Regulates the oowcls, promntcs easir natural movements, cures constipation JJoan's Xlcguiels. Ask your druggnt lor ttiom. zoc. a oox. fttvo minutes wijh. oronp ii von anpiy iJr. inpmss- - KPieif. L hie Oil at onoe. It acts like magic. , ., New Tailoring Shop J. B. Stourfcr has reopened a first class shop. Suits made to order made at home by experiened Tailors.- - Over J ,000 samples to select from. Cleaning and Pressirig:by S. Army authorities know a gun; that when the7 decided to equip soxqe troops peating shotguns, they selected the Win-i- n preference to all other makes. The experts of the U, S. Ordnance Board also JtnoB' a gun; that's why, after submitting a Winchester Repeating Shotgun to all sorts of tests, they pronounced it safe, furs, strong and simple, It you want shotgun buy the one whose susngth and reliability H4 th U. Si Army authorities to select it and the U, 9, Ordnance Board to endorse it that's the Winchester. S. ARMY. There Are Paints For Every Purpose, From the usful wator paints for cellar walls, barns, etc., to the finest of varnishes and polishes for the furniture or piano. Tell us vihat you want to do and we'll supply the paint product with which to do'lt 239 W. Main Street, McCaun Building 5, 10 and 25c Store B. Juett & Son Wall Paper and Paints Phone 440 203 East Main EL I A LE REPEATERS "A little bit the best Mowep THE NEW: RICHMOND, KY that ever went Into the field" WALTER A. WOOD -- Tailors. George Marischen, Cutter -- A Leader A B C Patent Flour AT Kentucky Fair dates. far as reported: Versailles, August 3 a days. Llngtop, August i A days. Uniontownt August 8 3 days. Yancehurgj August 0 I days. Itawrencebnrsr, August 15 4 days. eUohfleled, August 15 i days. Burkesville, August 15- -1 days. Jlroadhead, Augst 16 31 daysL Fern Creek, August days. Shepherdsville August 4 days. Paris, September S 5 days. Lancaster, July 263 days. London, August 22 4 days. Erlanger, August 224 days. Germantown, AugtHt 913 days. b ranKlort, August 2514 days. Somerset. August 303 days. Bardstown, August 30 1 days, ifonticello, September 3 1 days. Alexandria, September 5 5 days. Mount Oliver. September days. HodgenviUe, September, days. Kentucky State Fair, Louisville September 110 days. lTorse Cave, SeptemMr 98- -4 0ys. Falmouth. 21 dys. Maygald, September 37 4 clays. The following are tho dates fixed for holding the Kentucky Fairs for 1911 as. MOWER rs 4 us. THE ADMIRAL Mower. Ia h is concenyear experience. It possesse All the peculiar features of construction tha' have made Walt.tr A. Wood Mowers wortd-lamoIts new features, make it even more valuable to the firmer, in? lonowuig statement of a. prominent Illmois deafer indicates the popuunty of the AdnsinJ and suggests the wtiJom of investigation. best Mjwer ttat rrer went into Wi fnoen coma in erery day UsHte wjat a woivlerfnl fflaemw it is. We would oot buy anytbisg else? - Also large Jine of ready made Clothing, Hats, and Purnishihg Goods at redticcd price, -- trated then: . Th A.dnilI?i 13 arty-seve- n ktest Waiter A. Wood, "AJihistfittlebitthe kam J. B. STOUFFER. 222t West MainStrcet, ' Baby won't suffer per 24 pound sack Its the best and leads them all in quality i toy farmtrhHtlt Uemtty. U, kttp pmtttd n tk mmwvt im farm mmJtmry wegfc.t tmimfimMi. A AdmkmL Jt tmffMrrw mJ ehSmi Nm mttm wAa Wan fa W watt t thj ap.tm.Omte Afeecr tm j 54 53 Mowers - $38.00 Rakes - $22.00 41 Fnr'.SalA." Some eitra fine seed wheat, at IhOO per bushel P, HcCord&.&, f Hbuw, Cyf l, Sewell & McKinney SiUtw i 0-l- Suppose your poprty should wait. bum tonifht. fee ug. Ph?fve 707. t f Srnaw's lasurum Aaey. Dea't Douglas, Simmons & Deatjherage ax. rfc-Iickfiioid:li- We Have Just Received a Car Load of McCormick Mowers FOIl KEPBFSEXTATIVE We are authorized to announce L. B , Herrin?ton a candidate for Steve K. Vaught to me onice or jiepresentauve, sQtyeci to the action of the Democratic party. . NtUSaES EUR! Aeroplane Editor WEMESDAT FLIGHTS BY BIRD FAIR Betsy's Pointers hayje never seen a , with good sense but w ADOPTING CHUBBY By LETTE WEBER MEN AT LEXINGTON "I ELMKR Wcnrenutliorizedtonnnounce DEATHKKAGE a candidate for Sheriff of Madison counts', subject to the action of Democratic party We nre ntitliotized to snnounce JOH& K. BALDWIN u candtdutc for Suerift of Mad-iro- n county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We nre authorized to announce X. H. JONES a candidate for Sheriff of MndisonH county, suhject to the action of the Democratic party. We nre authorized to aunounce it. II. COLVEK a candidate for Sheriff of MadU con county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. Weare hereby authorized to nnnounce VAX 11. HE.VTON a candidate for Sheriff of Mudhion County, subject to .the action nf the Democratic party. FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY We are authorized to announce T?. 11. CKOOKEu candidate for County Attorney subject tn the action of the Democratic party. SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT We are authorized to announce HENJA MIN I'. EDWARDS, a candidate for Su. neriutendent of ihibllc Schools of Mndlson county, subject to the action of the Democratic part)--. We are authorized to announce Wm. S. Hrnck a candidate for Superintendent of 1'nMlr Schools ot Madison County, sub ject to the action of the Democratic party FOR JAILER Weare authorized toannounce?IORG AN TAYLOK n candidate for Jailerof Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party, FOR ASSESSOR We are authorized to nnnounceGEOKGE NOWM) a candidate for Assessor of Mudtsou County subject to tile action ol the Democratic party. for year family as a city ret We are authorized to announce W. F. Mr FawMr Make year home as for Assessorpf Mad-wodene m4 ptoee yoweelf i a peettton to get the latest market quotations at JAKMAN a candidate to the uctioti of Uie county, subject Democratic party fee aeeempiistotl by neaas of Mr telephone service, when a'iy time. Tfafc nib x u and ymr wwgMw eau get for a ram that is email compared with the ben- - We are authorized to nnnnunce RUFUS JENKINS a candidate for Assessor ol received. Call r aWrese wr nearest office er write direct to headquarter? Madison county subject to tnenctton of the NaetiriUe, T noooo. tw tafermatfMi regardiae. oar special "Farmers Line' Democratic party. FOR COUNTY CLERK rat If at preeaet yo are sot esjoyiag telepUewe service, we can Immediately We are authorized to announce LaRueC Omr Hues ever tk States ot Kentucky. TBBH8ee. Mississiprj Houxe a candidate for County Clerk fo Madison county subject to the action n I..uMtoM am tfee SoMkera pettteH e( IwHaiia and IIHnels. Democratic party and Binders for Sheriff It HE CLIMAX PRINTING CO (Incorporated.) D. W. Q. White and Binder Twine Miller ' - - Pres. and Mgr. Sec'y-Treas. We handle the Genuine Brown Malta Riding and Walking Cultivator and Double Shovel Plows KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION ui EIGHTH DISTRICT PUBLISHERS LEAGUE. FBICE 11.00 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE 60 Tooth Drag buying Harrows WEDNESDAY AUG. 2 - -- 1011 are the best. Call and see these before STEEL MONSTERS CRASH HEAD TAYLOR & OLDHAM THRILLING SPECTACLE PROM ISED FOR VISITORS AT KENTUCKY STATE FAIR. OLD SHIVERS A PLENTY Rural Telephones aIein TELEPHONE Two Monster Steel Steam Engine Dash to Certain Destruction in Full View of Spectators. Seldom i It that any community h afforded an opportunity to witness such an ambitious and thrilling: per formance as is promised the crowd: In attendance at the Kentucky State Fair on Saturday, September 16. wher the spectacle is provided of two mon ster steam engines, started under a full head o stoam and permitted to in full view ot the spec crash head-otators A sight such as this is sufficient to cause the most stolid of per sons, he with the nerves of steel, to involuntarily shudder and flinch as the collision occurs. The hiss of escaping steam, the bursting of the great boilers, the rending of the formidable iron parts, the tearing and crashing and grinding ot twisted masses of steel are even in spiring In the terrible force which accompanies them. The sight of the two mountains of machinery rushing headlong into each other's embrace is sufficient to freeze the blood in one's veins, and send ltlvers of fear rushing up and down the spinal columns, despite the !raowI- edge that tlwre Is no personal danger. The sensations resulting are intense but it is such as these that the human family is seeking and no more spectacular offering could be provided to satisfy the ever present desire for something out of the ordi nary. The engines arc placed on opposite ends of a track built especially for the purpose. The fires are started, the steam is produced, the throttles are thrown open, and the two monsters are started to physical destruc tion by engineers who leap to safety before the impact comes. n to-da- n e .restyi. SAST TENNESSEE CO., Incorporated Money to Loan on Good Farm Lands. Moved I Tim Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Co., will loan money at 5 pel cent interest on good improved farn. lands on Mortpve. Apply to J. C. Chenault, Atty. Richmond, Ky. C-- Grocery & Meat jail, and solicit the patronage in the future of those Have Moved My I. R. Pennington Dentist. Oillce next door to Government build injr Richmond, Ky. to Irvine street, opposite IVIarket the R. Emmett Million Successor to Hurgin & Denny Over Stat Banc & Trust Company TKLEPHONB SS DENTIST 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 ames & Hunley REMIUM LIST FOR Will buj or sell your bouse, arm town lots or any thing CREAMERY BUTTER in the Real Estate line. else Any business intrusted to NEW DEPARTURE FOR KEN TUCKY STATE FAIR CERTAIN hitn will be promptly and TO MAKE HIT. carefully attended to. See Nursery cultivation is proving 'not him if his services are need only one of the most fascinating oi studies in the rural sections of Kened. tucky also Is developing into We represent iron bound one of but It commercial importance which J. R. PARK Telephone 39 nsurance companies member this. re is taking high rank. To those interested It villi t be good news to learn that the Kentucky State Fair management has decided to offer tempting premiums for nursery displays in connection with plant and flower depart- Irvine Street J. T. FERRIELL Real Estate Aent Oldham Building My Richmond, Ky ment This is another of the entirely new departures which have been decided upon for the big Kentucky State Fair of 1911. It Is along the lines of prog ress and Improvement which make certain that the Kentucky State Fair not only will maintain its lead in the south but that it will take its rightful place among the great state exhibitions of Indiana, Iowa, Illinois, Minne sota and others to the north. ERMANENIyBUILDING IN "INTEREST OF HEALTH The campaign for health being waged the country over is to be aided materially by the establishment on the grounds of the Kentucky State Fair, at Louisville, of a permanent health building, the cost of which will be paid by the Jefferson county fiscal court. Dr. W. Ed Grant, city health officer of Louisville, and Dr. TV. B. Smock, Jefferson county health officer, took up this matter with the fiscal court and secured the appropriation. The federal government has agreed to send a corps of instructors to Kentucky each year during the fair to deliver lectures dealing with the problem of health. - Chubby sat disconsolate on the front stoop. On the other side of the street a lot of boys were playing fire engine playing it with his express wagon, too, but Chubby was not permitted to leave the yard and they had grown tired pt a fire district confined to a Bolemn circuit of the path. 'Chubby had vaguely intimated that presently Jane might come along with hot gingerbread, but they had not listened to the suggestion. If they say Chubby eating gingerbread they were prepared to swarm back again, but. In the meantime, they preferred tha opposite side of the street, where Brown's empty stable made a splendid fire house, and they could race clear to the corner and back In answering an alarm. Chubby's plump face was drawn into the suggestion ot a whimper as he contemplated their treachery. But he was too game to cry and presently tbe lines relaxed and Sue Sanderson, coming down the street, received a smile In answer to her greeting. "What are you doing here all alone?" she cried briskly. "Why don't you play with the other little boys, Chubby?" His under Hp quivered a little. "They won't stay in the yard and ma won't let me play in the street," he explained. "They were hire, but they took my wagon and went away." Sue's face grew soft Chubby's mother was a woman famous in the club world. She was too busy to play with her little boy. It was enough that he had plenty of toys. She rescued the wagon from the boys, bu "the desertion ot his playmates still grieved Chubby and she took the disconsolate little fellow in her arras and, sitting down on the steps, proceeded to tell him a fairy story. So Interested did they grow in the romance she was weaving that neither noticed that someone had stopped out-- 1 side of the gate until, with a shout, Chubby wriggled out of her arms and bumped down the steps to greet his Uncle Harry. "I came to see if Chubby wanted to go for a drive." he explained as he came up the steps with his small nephew on his shoulder. "I don't like to Interrupt your visit" "I Just stopped because he seemed so lonesome," she explained. "The boys had taken his wagon and were playing with it on the other side of the street I was soijy for him ani I was telling a story." "Tell it to us both," the man plead ed as he looked toward the buggy. "It will be a fine drive over to the lake and hack." "I'm sorry for the little fellow," said Harry Kinsman, as they drove slowly homeward. "I suppose If anyone told Nell that she was not a good mother there would be a mighty row, but she Is so occupied with her club affairs that Chubby gets little mothering. I come around as often as I can and take him out, but this has been a r day with you along." "It was very good of you to ask me," she said, as she glanced down at the little fellow sleeping with his head against her shoulder. "I did not know before that you cared for children," he said slowly, as his glance rested on her face. "Somehow, I've always seemed to think of you as one of the society butterflies." "When you are in Rome," she quoted, lightly. "That's so," he admitted, wonder-lngl"I suppose it's because I've only met you at teas and things. But when I came up the walk this afternoon your face looked like a madonna's." 'The madonna of the marcel wave?" she asked, with a little laugh. "I'm afraid that I was not dressed for the flower-bordered red-lette- FlifhU Will Begin on Tuesday and Several Will be Made by J. A. D. McCurdy Each Day Over Lexington beauty enough to maMself highly agreeable. J wish to see faces light ur joy and satisfaction jusf t1 in amon the customprs - 4. , Lackey & Todd The Home of Low Prices and 5quare Dealing Telephone G2 Opera House Ru, " Going to Build? Aeroplane Flight of J. A. D. McCurdy Over Colorado. the Rocky Mountains in Outstanding in importance among any of the foreign monoplanes. With the amusement features arranged for it McCurdy can easily attain seventy-fiv- e the big Blue Grass fair, which will be miles an hour. With such a maheld at Lexington the week of August chine he will give demonstrations at 7th to 12th, are the daily aeroplane the Blue Grass fair that will be not flights to be given by the world famous only thrilling to the spectator, but ot aviator, Mr. J. A. D. McCurdy. very great educational value as welL No other modern science is the subBeginning Tuesday, August 8th, the ject of so much, interest as the second day of the fair, Mr. McCurdy effort to perfect aerial navigation. will make several flights each day. Among those engaged in this work, He will attain an altitude of more than Mr. McCurdy holds a foremost place. a mile and will remain in the air from The feats which he has already ac- thirty to forty minutes. On August complished have given him a reputa- 8th he will also make a flight from the tion that is not confined to the Amer- grounds of the Blue Grass Fair assoican continent, but extends through- ciation in Lexington to Winchester, out the world. A nephew of Dr. Alex- the county seat of Clark county, eighander Graham Bell, inventor of the teen miles distant There ho will Boll Telephone, Mr. McCurdy has been alight for a few minutes to carry a placed all his life in the closest touch communication from the officials of with foremost scientific investigation, the Blue Grass fair to the mayor ot ma- Winchester, and, when an answer is and his work with chines has done much for the devel- received, will come immediately back to the Blue Grass fair grounds. The opment of the science of navigation. Perhaps best known among his ac- round try, including the stop at "Wicomplishments along this line is the nchester, will be made in less than an flight made last winter from Tampa to hour and a half. This trip will not Havana. It was the longest water only prove the speed of the McCurdy flight in the history ot aviation and machine, but it will also show the pracproved beyond peradventure the abso- tical uses to which modern air craft lute practicability d the aeroplane. In of the best type can be put The management of the Blue Grass addition Mr. McCurdy was the first man to send a wireless message from fair anticipates that these aeroplane tn aeroplane, and he has made nu- flights alone will be considered by the merous other experiments and flights people ot Central Kentucky well worth that have not only been spectacular, the price of admission and will draw but have been of large service In the to the grounds crowds. advancement of the science to which The flights will he arranged at such hours throughout the day that they he has devoted his life. to-da- y 1 1 I I B Lumber B L AN T 0 N IF SO, LET U5 FIGURE YOUR 1 I I I fiH - C0N ETON LUMBER COMPANY Incorporated Near L & A. Depot Telephone 425 m heavier-than-a- lr ORANGE S 15 cents per record-breakin- g Formerly connected with the Glenn can be witnessed by all. Those who a distance and are coma powerful organization of his own pelled to take early afternoon trains and is building hfs own machine. He will have the opportunity to see these is using the world famous Gnome mo- flights before being compelled to leave. tor, which holds all records in aviation The fastest and most powerful of all for distance, duration, speed and alti? American aeroplanes directed by the tude. The speed of the new McCurdy most skillful of American aviators 13 machine, which will be shown to tho the attraction that will be otfered dur- American people for the first time at Ing the week of the Blue Grass fair, the Blue Grass fair. Is equal to that of August 7th to 12th. ' H. Curtlss Co., Mr. McCurdy has now come from Dozen D. B. Telephone 35 CARNIVAL FEATURES Splendid List of Shows Has Been Se cured For the Blue Grass Fair. FARMS EXHIBIT WILL ATTRACT UNUSUAL INTER. EST FROM THE STANDPOINT OF THE BLUE GRASS FARMER. Individual Farm Exhibit Will Attract Best Possible Display of Individual Products Shown on Farms In Central Kentucky. Unusual interest will attach to the Blue Grass fair this year from the standpoint of the farmer. For several seasons past there has been utilized as a special feature in the prize list of the fair what has been known as an 'individual farms exhibit. The objeel of this exhibit Is to secure the best possible display of products grown on different Individual farms throughout Central Kentucky. The result has been a manifestation of constantly greater interest and this year there is every reason to believe that a very large number of farmers will take ad vantage ot the opportunity afforded them by the fair to show how many different things and in what proportion of prodigality can be grown on a Central Kentucky farm. Prizes aggregating $100 are given for these different exhibits and in addition such articles as wheat, oats, and blue grass seed, which may be included in the general farm exhibit, are also eligible for competition in exclusive classes devoted to them with liberal premiums offered as reward. To this individual farms exhibit will be devoted a large part of the first floor of Floral hall. In connection with it also there will appear a display gotten up by the Kentucky Experiment station, which, while not coming into competition In any sense, will prove of large educational value and real service to the farmers of Ken-tuck)- ', McKinney & Son Successor to Tate Wail Paper Stock can furnish anything in this line. Also Paint of the highest quality. We guarantee to please the most fastidious is complete and I IT IS BETTER TO INSURE YOUR HOUSE WITH D. R. Freeman AT ONCE THAN TO WAIT UNTIL BURNS AND WISH YOU HAD people : 7 :" IT : : : : Harry M Blanton, DENTIST W. L. LEEDS Third Street Richmond, Ky H, e. DOTY, SURVEYOR solicage of thoso its patron needing scricos or a com pet em man. Auuress, RICHMOND, KENTUCKY. PRIZE WINNERS' PARADE ONE OF BIG FEATURES In Livestock, Bedecked Ribbons, March Around Pavilion to Delight of Audience. Big Prices For Hides We have enlarged our warehouse and can Tallow, Wool, Rags, Bones, Gin- sang and leathers that you bring. Remember we pay the highest prices. We buT Hides R.ttbber and all kinds of motals and .scrap iron. Bring what you have han-dtaallthe GREENLEAF & HERRINGTON Lawyers Office irfDouglas & Simmons new "I didn't see your hair or your clothes," he denied. "I only saw your face and wondered how It would seem to Chubby if he had a mother who could look like that" "You are unfair to your sister," she protested. "Because she is a very busy woman it does not follow that she is always engrossed with her papers." "I suppose not," he admitted, "but you don't know how you looked. It was like meeting a stranger whom you felt that you must have known for a long time. I can't Just explain. I've always liked you, but somehow when I saw you on the steps this afternoon I Just wanted to take you In my arms and tell you how much I loved you. I don't know how I've kept from blurting it out before now. It's not much like a real proposal. Sue. I can't get down on my knees and ask you to be mine, but I do want you, dear, and so does Chubby. Will you marry the two of us. little girl?" She looked down Into the face of the sleeping child and then shyly into her lover's face. "I think Chubby needs me," she said, softly. Chubby stirred uneasily and opened his sleepy eyes. "Kiss me, too," he commanded. "I wish you was my mamma. "It's all right, old fellow," said. Harry, with a happy laugh. "We're going to adopt you, the .future Mrs. Kinsman and I." part" -- I IIAVJ5 FOR SALT? TUB Best Braces for fences, Water Tanks, etc., and any kinds of Repairs or all .kinds of Machinery. M. RICHMOND WIDES Phone 363 KENTUCKY Big Clearance Sale 10 Days Only Beginning July 22 and ending July 30, J will absolutely sell everything in my entirei-sfock . AT COST f to make room for for my fall stock Mrs. J. M. Barlow West Main Street Gibson Bld What has always been one of the most interesting of all the features in connection with the TCentucky State Fair was the grand parade of prize 'winning livestock around the ring in the pavilion building. This feature is Now is the time of year to feed your to be given more attention this year curgS , ATTOitHB YAT-L. than ever. It will be started- - at two fowls a good tonic. o'clock on. the afternoon of Friday, Cholera, Roup, Gapes, Canker and Lim1 KENTUCKY. 410HM0ND, berneck. When fed as a preventative September 15. ffice over State Bank & Trust Co., op This parade Is an imposing one, not it not only keeps them healthy, but 50c alone from the amount, of money1 rep makes them lay. Price your No Cure, oeite Court House, on Main Street. druggists, Guaranteed by by the premiums, out because Xo Pay. & Son. resented Stockton of the great amount represented in Try it under the guarantee. Ask for the value of all the winners combined. 40-5The slow moving, ribbon bedecked cat booklet on disease of poultry. DENTIST aware of their commercial tle seenu Importance as4hey trudge around the Lick, ring;rwhile the sleek, carefully groom' ed horses of high degree prance along Crown, Bridge and Inlay work a as 'If more than conscious of their Specialty. . Plntffs Thos. R. Parks, &c " grace and breeding. OJBce in Bank Building. vs Collie dogsr running ana barking at &c Dfts the crack of the whips of their mas- LuluReid, Under and bv virtuo of a judgment costly sheep and, hogs, ters, ponies and sale rendered at the May all combine to make a show equal to and order of Madison Circuit Court, in torin of tho any presented during the week. It Is the above stvlcd action, llio undersigned a source of pride to those who own Master Commissioner of said Court, will Dentist the prize winners and a stimulus to on Telephona 267 others to rcnter their stock In future " . ' jompetitions. Monday, Aug. 7, 1911 Oflico in Oldham Building County Court Day, at 11 o'clock a. m. Itching 5kin Quickly Cooled. in front of the court house door in Richsell to the highest and best Hot weather means skin trouble foe mond, Ky., following "W. W. Broaddus &Co., have excellent bidder tho described property: facilities for storage. Bring in your many people, bnt now'you can stop" 'the -.J. A Certain Tract of Land whcaL 2tf it sh Instantly.drops of the cooling-apgi- j Just a few on the waters of Otter Creek in Madison Brick for Sale healing winter greenlotion and the county, Ky bounded on the north by I, itch is gone not - the lands of Jake and Tobo Hackett, on hour notinhalf A- fowthousand old brick for sale. the west and south by the lands of Chas. in ten minulea bulih five seconds. ? J;TJUKing .. D Gentry and on the cast by tho lands of This simple wash Is known as Mrs. Mattie Baxter and James Noland D. Prescription for Ecxema, and usually apa sunpasod to contain 50 acres, more For Sale. for $1.00 a bottle, but now by or less. ' sells .j i Burnamwood 70x170 feet specicl arrpnge meats you can get trial .hoi Terms Said land will be sold on a 25 cents. This will be size bottle for R.K. .STONE Apply enough to show, you why we always. f!riwllt nf sir rrinnthtfmA. Vhn mirr.hftr.P.rbeing required to execute sale bonds' 1 1) U. recommend lor all skin troubBurnam's Insurance Agency oldest les. D. D. D. gives instant relief. For with approved security, payabte to th Commissioner, to have the foree and 4 companies represented. Phon sale by Siofcktoii & Son, and best effect of a judgment, with lies retaiBed , 707. Ilurnajns ' Insurance Agency, We on the land sold until all the purchase? i . r is paid. j Dan Brock, fire, ligfetmng, cyclone insure tefeaeco in the field, ft. u. KtUiS, m. u. m. u. u. I mid live atek iinurftw cheap. if Building on Second Street opp. Court House A R4-11-- exposition at Winnipeg, Canada, on July 22nd, he goes to the North Da kota State fair for tbe week of July 24th and then uses the intervening week to ship to Lexington so a? to be ready to open at the Blue Grass fah on Mondayt August 7th. Due to a strike on the Grand Trunk railroad a number of Mr. Kline's shows, which wore to appear at the Blue Grass fait lant year, did not reach Lexington. So this year he is taking every precau tion to see that ample time Is allowed for shipment and to provide against any possible contingency that would prevent his having here his full aggre gation. There are some eighteen shows and riding devices in the lot which Kline brings. Among them may be mention ed the Trained Wild Animal show, the Indian Village, the Ostrich Farm, the Flea Circus, the Dog and Monkey ho tel, the Diving Girls, the Zoo, the Per severance, Bonlta the educated horse, aqd various others of equal merit. These shows will te on the Blue Grass fair grcunds throughout the wpek ot the fair. All of them are clean, moral, and entirely free from "Johnny," asked the teacher, "can objectionable features. Any lady or you explain the difference between any child will be safe in visiting them unattended. They will prove one ol levltatlon and gravitation?" "Ye8sum," replied Johnny, "one leva the interesting amusement features ol i tha fair. and the other grave.' last of shows, carnival features and riding devices has been arranged for the big Blue Grass fall at Lexington, the week of August 7th to 12th. All of these are furnished by Mr. Herbert A. Kline, of Flint, Mich, and are under his personal direction No other man ic and management. the country today has such a re put a tlon or standing along his own particular line as has Mr. Kline. He knowt what the people want and he alwayt glve3 it to them. The fact that y&at after year he has gone back to the great state fairs of the north and west is the surest proof ofc the manner in which he satisfies his patrons. Mr. Kline has this year not only the best aggregation of shows which he has ever managed, but the best that were ever put together on one ground. After the close of the big Winnipeg A splendid E. Main Street A Rare Beauty ever' gem in cur hne collec tion of newels is, and their rich color and brilliancy and unique and exquisite setting make them fit gifts for a Queen. We have everything chat is new and novel in pins, rings, ear screws and drops for their low fiomre at prices that are remarkable F. J. YEAGER It. S. TODD Contractor and c 5 t t 9 Builder 9 ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON APPLICATION 8aveif by Beer Barrels. If Felix Madell, a flve-yeola pa-tiin a New York hospital, lives h can thank a liyramid of beer barrels in the rear yard of his tenement house home. Ha fell five stories from the roof last Eijht while playing leapfrog and struck the apex of tbe beer barrel pyramid. The barrels rolled away under him, breaking his fall, and he slid down gradually. ar nt 9 Shop in Rear oi McKee Building Telephone 467 Richmond, Ky 9 The Climax XOl : $1 a Year OKI o The Home is Not Complete Without a H. L PATRICK REFRIGERATOR and Above All a First-cla- ss Paint Kentucky Commissioner's Salc Blue Grass Fair I LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY One and every owner We keep the best one on the market will testify to its great worth. Dr. Robt. C. Boggs AUGUST 7, 8,9,10,11,12 SBig Days and Nights fO, WU Futurity lire 0t4r Mhfc SwMh 6 The'matn secret in this one is'its corkl lining. to be the best of non-conductor Cork is U. S. Marine Band, Daily Concerts Aeroplane HighU Daily by J. A. D. McCurdy 1 AAASiWUfe acknowledged by scientists heat, and.the manner in hich it is used in this Re- - -i- -- Hro - 3-t- I. GrtMt CtSUwiWWttU Hm Skim yd HvM3mRuf IN PREMIUMS Bwi rf alt AMrk Ham Stow c JLnrt $25,000 tt frif erator makes your ice bill fall to a ridiculously low figure. ,Cocn in and let us show you. Its worth your whil - Hmtmm Race D&!y j . V5 ' j jk . j j s HERBERT A. KLINE CARNIVAL COMPANY mfmtm 0. B. Shackelford Tckphone 33 Co. . tf Ratsjesy vmictt tUAiwst Main Street, West it WTien You Add something each year that will make your home more comfortable. It is difficult for most of us bo buyiarge quantities of house furnishings at one time. You will be surprised, though, how rapidly your home becomes attractive with riew'ithings, if 'j'ou follow this plan of adding something new every spring -- No Let Up On Price Cutting Try It A Splendid Stock of New Up-to-Da- te On Fine Suite Never before have :w sold so many fine suits, never before had we so many to sell, and there are still hundreds ; v . of them left : . n Furniture, Mattings and Rags Ready for your selection now. n K BENNETT and H ! GG 1 N S Beautiful grays, blues, browns, tans, and splendid color mixtures of all kinds; stouts, slims, longs, chunks, and regulars models to fit all men priced lower than fine clothing was ever sold before in Kentucky, Divided into four UNDERTAKING Dr. M. Dunn Specialist Rurnam's Insurance Agency writes all kinds. 43tf big lots as follows Dan Breck, fire, lightning, cyclone In Diseases of EYE, EAR, NOSE and live slock insurance. tf and THROAT Richmond, Ky O Jham TMg. Ricofs See cream is delicious. Every-on- o talks about iu Any flavor made Dan Breck, fire, lightning, cyolone to order and delivered promptly. tf insurance. tf .1 ,J hve stock Come to Owen McKee, Richmond If you arc going to have a party have Ky for dry goods and notions. Others Ricci make your brick cream in that $15. All our finest Kenton 1 00 Hand-mad- e tf delicious manner. i and why not you. tf receivod a Fine country hams just Dan Breck. fire, lightning, cyclone . tf t ulton's. anil live stock insurance. tf . Broaddus & Co. for all Sec IV. aJs of storage. House for Rent Seven room brick, furnished or unRurnam's Insurance Agency, Douglas, s mmons & Dealherage Building. Phone furnished. 407 West Main street. 7. '7 Green Clay. Telephone 3G9--3 ii 2-- tf 5uits, this season's newest styles, in great variety of beautiful patterns and weavestailored to fit without fault and keep trjeir shape perfectly. 5trong values at $22.50 and $25 slaughtered now for $ 5 you take unlimited choice of all that sold at $ 8 to $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 1 12. 50 1 10.2S 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 7.18 Brand new suits, this season's models, unusual values at $ 0 to 1 $12.50-slaught- ered at $750 for - choice. Prudent men will buy for future needs at these prices- tf No man can invest his dollars more profitably than buying his clothing now at these prices C-- G C Sale & Co ordArc the largest sheep, er buyers ot cattle, hogs, lambs, and calves at the Cincinnati Union Stock Yards. Consign your stock to them and receive the highest market all-around Fire, Life, Accident and Health Insur ance. The very best old line Companie f, Wm. S. Broaddus, Act. t-- Base Ball Schedule ' GAMES AT HOME. This week Winchester, Thursday, Lexington, Friday, 4th. Next Tuesday and Thursday, 8th and 10th. Thursday of each week will be Ladies' Day. Bring the fair rooters they make the game lively. week-Winchester, I prices. W. S. Norris. Covington and Banks NIGHTLY Sold Only at Wines' Drug Store Humane Society A Hustler. Dr. Jones Beaver Liniment Co. DEMONSTRATORS ONE WEEK ONLY Strayed or Stolen. Lost Cripples SHOW Cured Free FREE Methodists Coming generally by somo .of the preachers of a the conference. After the service in Farm News Rich Dr. J. A. Gwynn, editor of the tho morning at tho Methodist church A Bunch of keys. Return to Iho 9 From my place 4 miles from Richor woman In etch 11 mond Sentinel was in Winchester sevcr- tho Deacons are ordained, and after the Hems ol Interest to The Far- - 3 Making All the Doing a Great Work in join man Supreme Council of tocaHty. To Saturday Climax. tha thla eoeteiy mond on Islington pike, putting in Kentucky Conference of M. evening services tho Elders aro ordained. Pioneers Are days the first of this week mer, the Grower and the and Introduce our Beneflt CerUOealKt Bargains every day at the Sweep Out some good work for his paper, ine Other Teams Sit Up and morning, a white young cow about two Madison as Well as All friend and acquaintances. to Meet If thero havo been any deaths among & anion H Church, South, Stockman. Sale. Rice & Arnold. be between If and 63 years ot age. Otoe vears old. Take Notice. Doctor is a hustler and ins paper is now tho preachers or thoir wives a memorial Over the State. all or only a;ara time. Wo pay caeh bene-flt- e .Here First of September. Phelps, Walter of the leading papers in the state one servico is hold on Sunday afternoon. Big Ones, for elckneaa, tnjurte. accident and Lambs are moving freely in this sec It Lexington pike. edited deaths. Excerlenee not necessary. Can for colored people owned and TIIK SOCIABILITY OP THE CONFEItEXCK. The Pioneers are going after first tion, says tho Paris News. "McClin-toc- k Ttillnnl 'Million nt Mm Summit). IS make from CO. 00 to 523.00 a month and up. While there is very HUle tor the A pleasant and highly profitable profesby them. Won Easily & Camwood, of Burbon, sending (Contributed) Whilo a Methodist Conference means place with a determination, although raising huge tomatoes in nis garuen, Humane society to accomplish in sion. Every member secured, means a worship, it is also a time they have experienced some hard luck forward to the New ork market a Excellent certain assured Income for you every' SoMler. the fast little "side .wheeler" J that makes his neighbors green with It has been over thirty years since business and The game here Friday bunch of 4SS head of lambs avoraging Madison 'county, yet there are a few month thereafter. Why not set tnt bosl-nein a tho past week. the raewg stable of W. C. Gormerley, J envy. He brought ono to the Climax is the re- - Richmond lias liad tho pleasure of en of most joyous "flow of soul, m things that are of importance and must In tliis issue of the Climax for yourself SOW! No capital need lbs and the beauty social way. If thero is any more jovial was as poor an exhibition of ball as lias '5 pounds per head, for which they paid won lite 2: IS pace at Ml, Sterling last that weighed 1 looKeU ifllo. During the past six ed. Send, for particulars. ular midsummer announcement of the tertaining this body. Wo feel sorter and happy fellowship than is found in ever been seen on the grounds. Recce 0 cents per pound. W. G. McCIintock week from a fleW of good ones. It Iook about it, is its perfect symmetry. LA-29opening of .Mauison insiiiuie. xma slighted when we remember that COVINGTON. KY. was knocked out of the box in the first of Paris, shipped to New York a total of months local members have brought a BOX four heats o decide the race, but after Harrodsburg, Winchester and tho association of an Annual Conference school holds a reputation second to none Farm for Sale. and Creager was .forced to go in more than 1,000 head of Iambs, averag better condition of things, in regard to inning the writer has failed to know of it. trie first, whioh Spider lost by a neok. in the higher education of young ladies Paris, towns of much less importance ith a cold arm, consequently the team ing a li'.tle better than 75 pounds per the treatment of dumb animals and the If Richmond hasn't better digestion 50 acres nearly all in grass with the others couldn't get Bear him. approaching session is expected and of no greater hospitality, wo are ood work is bearing fruit. There are and the the session of tho Annual Confer- work was poor, waiacn was out oi uiu head, that cost 6 cents per pound. Mr dwelling and barn 8 miles from Rich to be a baaner one, although the past sure, have entertained it two or threo after ame with a sore arm and it has been so McCIintock has purchases of lambs tha't et one Or two things te be looked into. Report of the Condition Church ence, it is all a mistake about "laughing on Otter Creek pike. Dedicate mond years car was probably the most successful times, in less than twenty-fiv- e "Sally" Creager star he will ship later aggregating more than and with these accomplished, the leeal Apply to Sidney Warmuth. new our and growing fat." You will hear some manv years since But, never mind, we expect to treat society say they will have things' in a in the history of the school. OF The Dedicatory services of the 000 head, whilo there are yet in well as old ones concern- ed at third.he had forgotten many of the Red House, Ky. 7- -1 1 isitors so well that we will make them now jokes as fino condition "at home." For the Baptist church at Kirksville will be of the third sack. farmers' hands more than 10,000 head & Co. Hay Fever, Asthma and Sum ashamed of the way tlicy have treated ing tho proverbal "Chicken and Metho- fine points i.m a luruct. 2(Vth. Services becin at 10 Four Went At Paris, Sunday, luck was against of fine lambs that will be shipped East benefit of many who are not acquainted mer Lolds W. O. Powell of Louis- Manv will want to know something dist preacher." ith the statute the following is printed Doine hiMteeiM at Rfchniontl. Muttbee a m. with Rov. Everything will be Methodist during tho Pioneers, for they played excellent during the next six weeks. JoeStanlfcr, Dr. Sandlin, and Wil county. Ky.. at the close ef bniitnatvj wt tke Must bo relioved ouickly and Foley's f this Conference that is to moot in our by request of the members; die, and Dr. Marshall, of Richmond, 1MI1 (lay ol July. ML and John Honey anh Tar Compound will do it. midst; so wo will givo Jsomo facts con tho Conference. If you want to help ball, and after the first inning, when a liam Ledford, of tins city Sec. 1. If any person URnecessarily in charge, me noon uietti scores across the 1031 Wolfram St., One of the largest cattle deals which Ktnivnrt. entertain our visitors the following per- bad bobble let two Powell, of Kingston, ieit yesteruay .or P or cruelly beats, torture, uses or otheronthe grounds and a large crowd is RESOURCES Chicago, writes: I liavo been greatoly cerning it. hearing from you: plate, Black held the heavy hitters down as been transacted in tho sate this souuiwe&t xea, wuuic moj Tho body occupies the central and sons shall appreciate troubled during the not summer $m.tS0 great ease. The local team beat season has just been made by D. B. wise mistrea's any animal whether his Loans and Discounts. r. b. and other Bonds. Steclca over the country, with a view of months with Hay Fever and find that most of tho eastern part of the Slate, Miss Belle II. Bennett, Mrs. A. J. Suit, with asd own or not he shall be fined not exSecurities tt.im r. Mrs. G. D. Smith, Paris easily Saturday, knocking George Martin & Co., of Philadelphia with Com- the advertise- - investing. Attention is called to by usins Foley's Honey and Tar Due from Banks the Louisville Conference covers tho Mrs. Paulino Arnold, sicaa ceeding one hundred dollars. in Hits issue of the Actual Cash on hand 3t9MM pounu l UOl great ceiiui. Mrs. W. A. Langford, Mrs. W. H. Park and Sclteneberg out of the box, but the parties in Nelson and Hardin counties. western section ot tho state. This Con Sec. 2. Any peace officer of the state Checks, cash items and eatebaage President Here. who sufTer similarly will be glad to former twirled Sunday and got revenge. The firm has just purchased 3S0 head of next year. Model High School for for clearing jps i comprises six Presiding Elder or tho pastor. or. any subdivison Overdrafts Unsecured benefit by Mr. Stewart's exporience. ference MtB9 Tho Pioneer twirlers are now going good, fat cattle from Messrs. Leo Harned. of Kentucky, President Neal. of the Uluegrass Foley's Honey and Tar Compound is districts and represents 114 pastorial tH H nald thereof, any officer of the accredited Current expenses and taxes:EiNj Farm. Looking for Walker. and this will put now lifo in tho team. William Daugherty, Fen Kennady and Keai instate. League of base ball, paid a visit to effective for coughs and colds in either charges stations and circuits about Humane Society, or any society for the Furniture and Fixture ?J7il (II xT.IMl IT week and held a long children or grown persons. No opiates, 00 congregations, and a membership of The remains of Thomas B. Walker, On account of his throwing arm being Bud Harned. The firm paid C cents per prevention of cruelty to annimals, may Other Assets not included trailer Cant. Henry Waddle, Chief of Police njci,momj any ot tne above heads o Tumbieson, conference with President Bennett and no harmful drugs. In a yeuow paKges, home In erysore, Walden was placed in left pound for 300 and 5 4 cents per pound whoso death occured at his of Somerset and Col. John Refuse substitutes. For sale by Stock- 29,275. Tho membership of tins Con Garrard county Saturday, were brought field durimr the recent cames at Paris for 30 head. The cattle realized about lawfully destroy or kill, or cause to be Total . ... also of Pulaski county, were here last fa djrec,ors 0f the local team. Mr. ton & Son. ference is constituted of preachers, dele destroyed or killed, any animal found over LIABILITIES Richmond Monday for interment. and "Pap" Whitaker brought to third, $25,000. enthusiastic Saturday looking at a farm near Waco, U,eal the ' gates and official visitors, numbering in abandoned and suffering, not properly Capital Stock paid In. In cash ttG&CUIW Notice Them. Mr. Walker had lived most or his ine where he played an excellent game. with a view of locating in the great ana success of ti,0 league and gave the all between 175 and 200. for, or appearing to be gtandered At Lexington last week an organiza cared Undivided profits. sftv; Tetat... 173 good county, of Madison, Anej are dtrectors many pointers as to the best In last week's and also this issue of Conference is varied in uarraru nnu is surviveu uy uum Tho work of this k nnid Come early and get pick of the good tion was effected and articles of incor injured or diseased, pass recovery for Deposits on which interest SSSU'J) anxious to get out of the leua naaen way. t0 carry out lu0 business end of a the Climax, the State Hanks oi ine and interesting. The name of every sons, besides two brothers and six things at the Sweep Out Sale. poration filed to encourage the raising any useful purpose, or for any cause Deposits on which interest is not worm haU club are mounUans, whore lives are naroij county published their regular mid preacher is called, his character passed sisters, all well known here. They : Total Denoaita DHld. ."73.197 M&XSfe of a new breed of hos, the Big Black suffering without hone of recovery for Cashier's checks, ontstandlns: Rice & Arnold. the living. OapL Waddle has been summer statement and it is a source of and his work reviewed. Every interest Messrs. James B. Walker, of this city Pig. It has been raised in England for any useful purpose. : Total. .. Certified checks. Installation. nghMnz the Mine tigers and bootleggers 1.79c; M more than a hundred years, but so far DuetoBankH. .. much pride to aU Madisonians that such of tho Church, Missions, Sunday Schools, and R. L. Walker, of Lancaster ami Sea 3, Suoh officer shall first obtain a Notes and Bills redtsceunted Crippled there are only seven breeders in the t i.u rfiv for a lone time, and of are a part of the Church Extension, Epworth'Loaguors, Mcsdames, James Burnside, and B. t. tSDUUI the regular meeting ot .Normal financial institutions At judgement to the effeot of a veterinary Bills and about United SSAJU: Total . course he has made many enemies. The littlo etc., are carefully considered by boards Tovis of this city, D. D. Ooiger, ot In speaking of the condition of the hundred States hogs. onlyis claimed tnree surgeon or the judgement to that effect Otherpayable. not Included trader MfiOOiH rs. ivi K. of P. last Thursday, tlie wide awako community. assets It of the that any oi atxjve head View, Kirksville and and committees, reported to tho Con Huntington, W. Va., John T. Cotton of Winchester base ball team and its crip it is the best bacon hog raised and is n, sale of the season, so come I following officers were chosen to serve towns of Valley of two reputable citizens called by him Chancellor Waco are proud of their banking insti ference and acted upon. Thero are also Danville. W. O. Rigocy and B. F. Hud pled condition, the Winchester News highly valued by"packors. Total fttLmv to view suoh animal in his presence. mow te the Great Sweep Out Sale at during the ensuing year, county at large, generally, present a number of Goneral son. of Lancaster. Deceased was sixty says: I r. 4 nrr,nnAr V . P. Uteeins; Vice tulions, as well as the Sec I. Or such officer may obtain State of Kentucky county of ?indisen I Climax Secretaries who represent tho interests stv vp.irs of ana and had been til for Ono of the worst crippled teams ii Col. Joe Embry declares tho mule Chancellor D. E. Flora; F. L. Russell, and the statement ofthem in the from tho owner of such animal his con I. R. E. Tn rlev. Chshlar ef thf atxkvt- the history of base ball is the Winches show at the - Lancaster fair was the best sent to his destruction. I iNOUCe IO tax rdycia. J. P. Mann M. of W; J. i' shows they are in a thriving condition, ot the church at large. Young men axe several months. Prelate: nanied bank, do solemnly swettr that the he had seen- in many years. Ho is an above statement U true te the best of m W. S. Broaddus which, of course, means that tho section admitted to the ministry and entered ter club just now. AlLthe catchers are expert judge of mules and believes the Sex. 5. All laws or parts of laws in knowledse aad belief. vnrfHivTnrbtJls for 1911 are now I Chenault M. at Arms; Hopkins styles in sailor straw hats at on the hospital list; the outfield is in M. of Finance they reprosent is also prosperous. upon a course of study ot fourycars, .and breed is improving wonueriuuy in cen conflict herewith, especially Section K. E. Tmley. Cashier. due and in my hands for collection. M. of E; C. P. Willoughby our Sweep Out bale bad shane. and the pitching staff in tral Kentucky. price see f and :Scals; John aro approved by committees appointed 12 iG, Subscribed and sworn ta before me Chap. 3C Carroll's Kentucky Oa all those that are not paid on or be- - and Keeper of Records Rice & Arnold. Notice. persist by R.E. Turtey. taisStHday of July. Mil. pretty much tho same fix. The for this purpose. Last, but not least, omiwr 1 inn. the nenahty H. Gibson. Inner uuara; J. x. &uu, Statutes of 1003 are hereby repealed.. My commission expires Jan. 31. DH& Extra Fine. of ent losing of the Maysville boys Is the Notice is hereby given that a mass the Bishop and tho six Presiding Eldors Sec. 0. This act shall take effect by Ordinance wlll.be at- - OuterGuard; R. E. Million, Master .J. c UreeHleuf. ?etarv fubttc. prescribed For Sale. will be are at work afternoons and evenings ol the only thing that is keeping us out Democratic County Convention CORRECT Attest: Manager Baxter claims ha has somo from and after Its passage." wegrec iem tacked and Interest at me rate-o- i J. A. SULLIVAN cellar. It is pretty tough but just now fine bookings for the remainder of the No, 12.' held for Madison county at the Court in what is known as "Cabinot" work, l Hammond Type-writB. L. BANKS At a meeting of the society Monday be charged on aM tax bills G. B. TCRLI ;y.jr. tho only thing wo can do is to possess week at the op'e.a house. The piotures Be Prompt House in Richmond, Ky., on August 12, prayerfully seeking to adjust the ap bar"ain. reiepnono 100 evening in ine parlors 01 me stale after November 1, 1011. Directors our souls with patience and wait The the past month have been the bes,t of Bank & Trust Co.. Miss Sallie Shaokel ion hpirinninc at 2 o'clock p. m., at pointments for another year, trying to T. C. O'Xeil. The Federal Ooy?rnment has author which Convention delegates will bo se- put the right preacher in tho right place Democratic Convention. crippled team is doing the best they can the year. City Collector, ford was chosen Ylco President to fill Report ol the Condition ized the State Registrar of the Bureau to represent said county in the for tho furtherance of the Kingdom of Elsewhere in this issue appears an of and fight gamely for every thing in sight, vacancy. Several very important Office Citv Hall, corner First and Of Vital Statistics of Kentucky to re lected More people, men and women, aro be hem at God. These appointments are made by to OF THE "What is this we hearbuzzirig around sufferine from kidney and bladder matters concerning the local work were - State Platform Convention of Hon. J. A. bumvan, ficial call l turn each month copies of the certMIrvine Streets. Ky., on August 15th, 1011 tho Bishop after consultation with tho Chairman, and S. H. Thorpe, Secretary about trading our base ball team to Mt. troble than ever qeioro ami eacn year gone over. from certain Louisville. cates of death received All known Democrats, all minors, who Presiding Elders, and with preachers or of tho Demdcratio County Committee, Sterling? JJoesMt. Sterling wani the more of them turn for quick relief and cities of the state, which returns will will arrive at 21 years ot age oy ine members who may desiro to consult benefit to Foley's Kidney county meeting on Saturday, August 12, team? So do we; and, besides, anything permanentwhich has proven itself to be Many a Suffering Woman Dolne business at Kirksville.the chwe e( t Remedv. formansirt of the annual compilation November election, 10J1, and all voters with him on the subject. Tho reading for a Madison. Stnteoi Kentucky, at . fWn of Madison county we have that is good enough forMt. one of the most effectivo for kidney and of the Democrats Drags herself painfully through her business on the ltl dayoi July, loll i'"""-"'"-nn VIIA1 Siailillta n..tlic1im1 liv J who express a desire to affiliate with the of the appointments constitutes tho last Read the notice. to want it, is good enough to bladder aliments that medical science daily tasks, suffering from backache. All good Democrats Sterling Bureau St Census. Mr. Joe bciiaui- Democratic party in tho approaching item of business of an annual conforonco keep. Mt. Sterling hasragreed to pre has devised. For sale by Stocwton oc headache, nervousness, loss of appetite are urged to bo present. RESOURCES uiKAn rp??istrar lor iiicuuiuu auu State election of 1011, are eligible, under O . IIUUtfVHt and poor sleep, not knowing her ills are pare the ground, build a 'grand stand Son- Thev aro some times, as hr.s discounts.. somo annoym vicinity, claims there is due to kidney and bladuer troubles. Loans andBanks ti a in the been facltiously said, Look Out the party call, to participate and give the rent free if the Winchester Foley Kidney Pills eive Quick relief Due from on haud Big Crowd Actual cash tardiness on the part oLthe proper per County Convention and to be elected finish the season there. The There is almost universal satisfaction cash items and exehanffe re- from pain and misery and a .promBt Checks,clearing There is a lot of stock running at large club will .. v son to send or give these in. These 3B A for I Next delegates to tho State Convention. Two hundred and ninety guests sat roiuru .iu w 1 and good spirit, and the disappoint on the streets, especially at night, and management has the offer uuder con iiemui mu sirengiii. .to Overdrafts, secured come from other Registrars tnru nnrts J. A. Sullivan, Chairman; 19911 provo Chief of Police Allman and his assist sideratlon and will deoide shortly. It down to dinner Sunday at Crab Orchard woman who so suffers can afford to Overdrafts, unsecured ments, more often than otherwise, ... 36s Ul . out the county, in oraer 10 rami of and this popular resort seems to be in overlook Foley Kidney Pills. For sale Currentexpensesandtaxcspaid Dem. County Com. to be agreeable ones Keat estate ftiraui ants will make a determined effort to would be a severe blow to the prido by Stockton & bon. of the Government u is reouirements W.total KXV ui Furniture and fixtures Thorpe, Sec. D. C. C. lose her ball club of pon creasing in popularity. Manager mi S. H. break this up. Much complaint has Winchester to --ni . HJTJ- -t rVirtnl nf THE WOKSHIP OK THE CONFERENCE, that certificates sliould be S72 W here will lls says he is expecting a record break Total I nc Boat5inks.. beon sent In of lato and the owners of nant winners, but the people oUt' completcly with all the infor- fiUed Tho first hour in tho morningot every stock will catch a fine if they fall to not ratronize the srame. so there is no ing crowd during August. Many Jiauis- LIABILITIES Loss of Time means Loss Eastern Will open Sep returns The John L., the beautiful little gas b,aw and the dav is Riven to prayer and tiratlo, keep their roaming stock at homo. alternative. of Pay. on county people havo enjoyed Crab oline boat owned by Mr. John Land, of Capital Stotk paid in. in Cash - $ BXGO Ui IH1 I f rnnimum? . iu ... ' i 01 all -uinus nnA rffithc tlmt occur in ' r svt . COIIO Surplus Fund. There Is preaching every afternoon Orchard this summer. a yi total rp5straUon dUtrict should be for-this city, sank last Friday in six feet of Undivided fronts., ThC SChOOl Will D Kidney trouble and the ills it breeds The evenings aro given to Missiohdry, imrtnAc. Big Lumps. Ready Deposits ton which interest la . lost pay to many 1 ... . mnrnverl for thel ..p,1 nromntW to the local registrar. mean lost timo and Balcnt, 1211 Littlea Sunday school and other anniversaries water at Valley View. It was in charge -- 4 not paid ... 8in m J Close Call. man. M, a.oam is ready for the election It seems as if the mines are sendin, ot his son. Mr. Edgar Land, who oper- Bills payable . necery in order that full working St.. streator. 111., was so bad when short reports are made of tlipse A limiiea nuro - T year 191 Mr. Barnetl Chenault had a miracu ates the wharf" and ferry boat. No lives $T3Jt Si rclurns Pnnnn kidney and bladder trouble that he of school trustees in thirty six district Into Richmond enormous lumps of coal Total from for the yea, and ih Df pupils, only, can dc Saturday afternoon. Tho polls will Nearly all of the local dealers have in lous escape from serious injury and were lost. This, is the second craft that Stated Kentucky 1. be accept could not, worte, out ne says: i iook various interests on ber M a whole can County of Madison County Clerk the past few months found in the cars even death, last Wednesday, while with has met with disaster for only a short address Is made by some ono who lias iClpnooc COmmodated. at this point in the I. II. S. Jfewton. Cashier of the above and Kentucky thus be admitted to Fnlovs ICidnev Pills wall and was soon prepared for tho occasion. Tho Annual bo open from ltoipm. the earnest co- - itmn and not entirely placed "tho ballots several days huge blocks weighing around five hun a party of friends, autolng between last few days, tho other being the named bank, do solemnly swear that my Terrill nf to DC WACCa ,H0utration area. The above statement Is true to til best of ablo to so back to work and am feeling Conference Love Feast is held on Sun aco in the hands of tho proper auttior- drod pounds. Willpughby & Son un Winchester and Lexington. Mr. Fields CO- - operation of all physicians, undertakers, Dreamland, tho amusement boat owned knowledse and belief. vr, well ana neaiiiiicr iiiiiu ucmio- day morning from 0 to U. Two of the . fOfl the enrollment if YOU , II. S. XKWLOX. Cashier. "t-I,. iies. There is a contest on In only a few loaded last week a block which weighed Vanmeter, as chauffeur of bis own car. by Capt. McKinney. of and others concerned is Kidney Pills aro tonic in action, quick ew Albany l Bread Subscribed and ewora.to besfefe me by H-, rtempiate enicnse reimH jn results a goou iicuu w m nuiwui older brethren conducting it. nhmlt of the district as in practically all of nearly 1.000 pounds, which is about the ran Into a drovo ot hogs, upsetting the After several dayshard'work tha Dream Xewkra. the 27th day ef Jajy. mi, and water are passed through tlib c6n machine and throwing tho occupants land was raised and: is now making reg Negotiation J. TfcCO'jLXeijery Public. them the trustees are able men and the largost reported so" far. eregation and portions of it takan in tflk ilU My coinmiaoiow Kxgfes Tefa. C wl. out. All escaped with bruises, but it ular trips.' i a nu uiiiiw ing in every way nAsetnia ivii.ii i nn a r trr ry "a people aro satisfied. pussmio progress of jour kidney and bladder of broth.orly love, this is followed 'by was a narrow one. Sovoral o th hogs CLAY BLiVKKMAN I1 Dtreetim. Dr. W. L. Helzer. to secure trouble and heal by removing the cause. Christian testimony, prayer and son Panama hats onehalf pricq at our tent Principal That good ice cream nt IMcci's tf H. M. BOXT-K-V were killed and the auto wrecked. th the law and. a Try them. For sale by Stockion & Khhmv a fan The pulpits of the city aro iuppjled Sweep Out Salo. Mllce & Arnold. Son Playing Ball. WANTED ilt 2 i Nich-olsvill- c. 3. 7--at - - State Bank Trust 1 jt 3-- 1 ui K one-hal- r. v, if er - Model High School For Year Farmers Bank ....t " 4 Tfck 1 . nbr Urarv 1 1 7-- 2t ,,. t- -it irt - 1-- 12- I ,PcMni' iu rrri rrar.:. P01YKJMEYP15 Iumh 1ckam !i We have consent from the W. L Douglas 5hoe Factory to sell a limited number of their Shoes at the prices in this sale z :::::::: ii R bJIII ElI .l. Tl 5ee the Famous 5tacy Adams Shoes the best Shoes on the market. Nothing reserved; : : : at cut prices : : : high-grad- e g ever-thin- : 9111111 OUT OF ond Men's Shoes, Hats, Caps And continuing for -- Furnishings M. Ladies' Low Shoes $3.50 Low 3.00 Low 2.50 Low 2.00 Low 1.50 Low Beginning Saturday, July 29, at 9 A. 14 DAYS $4.29 3.79 2.99 2.79 2.39 1.99 we will offer our entire stock at the following greatly reduced prices FOR- CASH - Men's Fine Shoes $0.00 5.50 4.00 3.50 3.00 2.50 Mens Low Gut Shoes Ladies' Fine Shoes $5.50 4.00 3.50 3.00 2.50 2.00 StacjT Adams cut to Swell Shod cut to "W. L. Douglas cut to "W. L. Douglas cut to Mens low shoes cut to. Mens low shoes cut to i &sl,PPers $2.59 2.39 1.79 1.59 1 Stacy Adams & Co. cut to Stacy Adams & Co. cut to Swell Shod cut to W. L. Douglas TV. cut to -- L. Douglas cut to . Men's Shoes $3.79 2.79 2.59 2.39 1.79 1.39 $4.00 Zeigler Bros, cut to 3.50 Zeigler Bros, cut to 52.99 , 2.59 2.49 1.99 1.59 1.19 3.00Zeigler Bros, cut to 2.50 Ladies' Shoes cut to 2.00 and $1.75 Ladies' Shoes cut to 1.50 Ladies' Shoes cut to Shoes Shoes Shoes Shoes Shoes cut to cut to cut to cut to cut to .19 The goods Our Special Bargain counters contain odd sizes and broken prices quoted above are on all the new and lots, many of which you can buy at J -- 4 to J -- 3 the original wholesale cost. Don't miss the bargain counters & up-to-date Our salesmen are all experienced in the Art of Fitting Shoes Correctly Suit Coses, Hand Bogs and Umbrellas at Cut Prices OUR SALE IS THE TALK OF THE TOWN AND COUNTY. Men's Hats $5.00 5.00 4.00 3.00 2.50 2.00 Mens Neckwear 3.00 3.99 3.19 2.29 1.99 1.39 50c Ties Cut to 25c Ties Cut to 39c 19c Broken Sizes in and $6.00 Panama Hats Gut to $2.50 and John B. Stetson's Hats cut to John B. Stetson's Hats cut to Hats cut to Hats cut to Hats cut to Men's Fancy Vests Original price $2 to $3.50, your choice Men's Gtoves $2.00 1.50 1.00 .50 Don't Ask or Expect Goods Charged at These Prices 99 cents Men's Underwear $2.00 Pajamas ; 1.50 Pajamas ... i 1.00 Pajamas 50c Shirts and Drawers 25c Garments Gloves Gloves Gloves Gloves ,. . . jt . . .$1.59 " .. 1 .;-- . . . 1.10 .J.. - ?. ...... .79 .39 The price on all Panamas and Straw Hats of all kind reduced to One half price. Reduced prices on: Men'stiandkerchiefs 50c Silk Handkerchiefs cut to 25c Linen Handkerchiefs cut to 10c Handkerbhiefs cut to 39c 18c 7c Men's Hosiery 1. 19 Men's Shirts and Including the famous Manhattan and lson BrOs.5hirts and H. I. Linen Collars. Gollars. Wi- Men's Suspenders 50c Suspenders cut to 25c Suspenders cut to .- , ... $1.49 79 39 19 .' 50e Silk Socks cut to 39e 25c Cotton (Interwoven heel and toe excepted) 19c 15c Cotton Socks cut to 9c 10c 1 K&Sr - 39c 19c Cotton Socks cut to 7c The reputation of this house for square dealing and fair treatment is sufficient guarantee tfiat every item will be sold . as advertised Sale SATURD AY JULY 29 9 at 9 A. M. and Ends MONDAY, AUG. 14, AT 7 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 morning, July 29th This is 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. . 1 at 9 Vclock. an- - opportunity that has not been offered you before this season. Remember the dates and do' not' come expecting these..prices after the sale is oven . fhis is the Last Sale of the Season So Don't Miss the Opportunity - & No goods charged except at regular prices & 214 WEST MAIN RICHMOND, KENTUCKY