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The Richmond Palladium, Saturday, September 1, 1906.
age btv CITY "ADVERTISEMENT. Department of Public Works. Office of the Board. Richmond. IncL Notice to Contractors: ' Notice Is herehy given by the Board of Public Works of Ihe City of Richmond, Indiana, that sealed pro posals will be received by it. at its office, at the hour of 10 o'clock A. M., on Wednesday, Sept. 12, 1906, for the following described public improve ments In the city of Richmond, as authorized by the Improvement Reso lutions named: Improvement Resolution Number 82. Providing for the Improvement of South Sth street, by the construction of a cement sidewalk on the west side thereof, from Main street to South "A" street, except such por tions thereof already constructed with cement. . Improvement t Resolution Number 83. Providing 'for the improvement of the alley running north and south be tween South Seventh and Eighth stf eets, by the construction of a ce ment roadway therein from Main .street south to the north line1 of the first alley running east and west, thence from the south line of said alley running east and west 140 feet south. All work done in the making of said described public improvements, shall be in accordance with the term3 and conditions of the Improve ment Resolutions, as numbered, : the detail plans, profiles, drawV and specifications which are ovJ file and mav be seen in the office x said I5oard of. Public Works of tb City of Richmond. The bidders. In submitting propos als to make said describedpublic im provements, must accompany each Md with a certified ehecTf in the sum I $100.00, as evidence 'of good faith thatthe successful bidders will exo- cute.Nnithin ten days from the accep tance of proposals, contracts and bonds satisfactory to the said Hoard to do the work of making said im provements. A failure of the success ful bidders to enter into such con tracts and bonds upon the acceptance of such proposals will forfeit the checks and the sums of money pay able thereon' to the city as agreed and Hquidated( damages for such fail ure. The Board of Public Works reser ves the right to reject any or all bids. JOS. S. ZELLER. JOHN F. DAVENPORT, WILLIAM II. ROSA. Board of Public Works. Sept 1 and 8. CITY ADVERTISEMENT. Department of Public Works. Office cf the Board. Richmond, Ind. To Whom It May Concern: Notice is hereby given by the "Board- of Public Works of the City of Richmond, 'Indiana, that on tha 2Iith day of August, 1906, they approved an assessment roll showing the pri ma facie assessments for the follow ing described public Improvement, authorized by the Improvement lution named: ' ' ' Improvement Resolution, No. MB Providing for the construction)! ce ment sidewalks' on thr north eMle of Main street, from North 12th mreet to 21st street. Improvement Resolution Do. 60. Providing for the improvynent of the alley between Lincoln find - Ran dolph streets, by grading, gravelmg and bouldering the roadway therein from West 4th streat to f West 5th street f Persons Interested in fpr affected by said described public- Improve ment are hereby notififd that the Board of Public Worksof said city has fixed Wednesday, Sept 12th, 1906, as a date upon which remonstrances will be received, or heard, against the amount assessed $gainct each piece of property described in said roll, and will determine; the question as to whether such lots or tracts of land have been or will be benefitted in the amounts named on said roll, or In a greater or less sum than that named on said roll. Said assessment roll showing said prima facie assessments, with the names of owners and descriptions of property subject to be assessed. Is on file and may be seen at the office of tho Board of Public Works of said city. JOS. S. ZELLER. JOHN F. DAVENPORT. WILLIAM II. ROSA. Board of Public Works. Sept 1-2-3-4-5-6-7. i CAMPBELLSTOWN, OHIO. Campbellstown, ,.O.t Aug. 31, (Spl) Rev. Walk of Muncie and Opal Cox of Eaton spent Sunday with Joseph Loan and family. ' Ed Bailey and wife of Eaton were guests of Wm. Swisher and wife Sunday. Frank Miller and family entertain ed the following at dinner Sunday: Allen Lane and wife, Ed Wright and family and Miss Minerva Shumate, all of Eaton. , Trace Aydelotte and family, enter tained company from Florida last week. Several of our people are taking In the Greenville fair. Harold Brandenburg spent Satur day afternoon with Claude and Paul Cooper. . Clem Cohn and wife and Clinton Fulton were in Camden Sunday vis iting relatives. It. E. Brandenburg was in Rich mond Saturday on business connect ed with the Famous Preble County fair. Joseph Johnson spent Sunday with his sister, Mrs. Hill. Opal Cox of, Eaton visited friends here over Sfinday and atended the social. Clear Arnold and wife of Eaton ts of William Paddock and and attended the social. Our. telephone linemen are kept isy with the 'phone on account of so much lightning.. Miss Florence Watt spent part of last week with relatives in Logans port, Ind. Mr. Martin McWhinney of Yellow Spring, O., filled the pulpit at the South Church Sunday morning. Mrs. Shaw visited in Hamilton. O., last week Mrs. Schwing was the guest of Geo. Martz and family of near Eaton Mrs. Win. Bailey of Eaton called on Mrs. Myers Saturday. Mrs. Miller spent Wednesday at Eaton with her mother. Nearly all of our people are attend ing the Richmond Chautauqua. Edna Shumate and Virgie Kuth and Carl Johns nad Charley Cooper ssent Saturday and Sunday in Day ton the guests of Miss Kuth's rela tives. Werner Scarce and wife are visit ing Mrs. Scarce's brother at New Madison and attending he Greenville fair. News of the Neighborhood CEfJTERVILLE. Centerville, Aug. 31. The Center ville Home Telephone Company Is put ting a telephone in the, public school building. The work began on Thurs day. "Th4 Centerville public school .ill not open on th3 tenth of September as has Jjfjen Aiicouiiaeilii tn iacouat of the unfmislVd work of putting a furnace in the building. The time now set for opening the schools is on Monday, September 17. Persons who wish to attend the ice eral of Mrs. George Boden at Cam bridge City Thursday. Rev. Gollsschall will preach at Friend's church Sunday. Marie Elwell is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Johnson, at Indianapolis. Mrs. James Kellan has returned to Noblesville. Homer Boggs, of Dayton, visited Milton relatives this week. Mrs. Burdick is at Springfield yes terday. Robert McDaniel has mumps. Miss Mattie Morris, of Chicago, is at her brothers' Frank Morris. Elwood Beeson and wife entertain- fine program of vocal and quartet mus- THE MACHINE SINGER- Reo- The man -who owns a phonograph Imasines that his fellow men Are dying Just to hear that tuna Over and over again. It never seems to come to him. The thoosht profound and deep. That some of them who live hard by Might like a little sleep. He thinks they hurry home from work Anticipating Joys Insitting on their porch at night , And listening to the noise. ' e turns the crank a time or two, Sits back and lets her go, And "SuwaneoTUver" roams at large And wanders to and fro. He thinks that any noise he hears Is meant for an encore, And so he winds it up again And plays the tune once more. He work.s off all the ancient tunes And all the modern stuff Until the poor machine must be Inclined to cry, "Enough!" And when at last he chokes It off. Goes in and blows the light You know that he will open up And play them all next night. Dates of County Fairs. 27 27 Franklin . .. Aug. Corydon ... .Aug. Boonville .. .. Aug. 27 Terre Haute . Aug. 27 Decatur .. .. Aug. 23 Laporte . . . . . . . . Aug. 2S Crawfordsville .. .Aug. 2S Rushville ........Aug. 29 Lafayette .... . Sept 3 Portland'..., .. .. Sept. 3 Princeton . . . - Sept Connersville Sept Liberty .... .. .. Sept Salem Sept Angola Sept Shelbyville .......,.... Sept Marion :. . . . .Sept Rochester . . Sept Indiana State Fair Sept 10 Huntington , Sept 10 Valparaiso .. Sept 11 Vincennes . . . Sept, 17 Covington Sept. IS Ft Wayne ....... Sept IS Kendallville ySept 24 Montpelier .. .. .Sept. 25 North Manchester ......Oct 2 Bourbon J Oct 9 : 1C. Willis Leverton and family gave cream festival at Bryan's Chanel on i ed Monday evening with a musical tomorrow evening, and would go with i Their sin, Rufus Kellam, gave a the crowd in a hay wagon, are re quested to meet at the residence of E. S. Wright .between six and seven o'clock. Mr. Wright will take all who will go free of charge to Bryan's Chap el and return . Frank Williams who was employed by the Woman's Cemetery Associa tion to take care of Crown Hill Ceme tery, has handed in his resignation, and Frank Green has been engaged to fill his place. Mrs. Mary Barton and Mrs. Emmet Fice, both residing north of Center ville, were guests of Mrs. William i Borton, on Wednesday. The Rev. and Mrs. L. A. Winn and family attended the Chautauqua at Richmond on Tuesday afternoon. Mr. Charles P. Brown and his daughter, Miss Esthur, of Winfield, Kansas, are spending a few days this week with his cousin, - Mrs. E. S. Wright Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Geiser are pecuyying ,thir new residence on Spruce street. Mrs. Heines Simcoke and her daugh ter, Grace, of Richmond, spent today with Mrs. Clark Wilson. Mrs. Susan Smith, of Richmond, who has been visiting Mrs. Jennie Savage, will leave on tomorrow for Williamsport, where she will spend the winter with her daughter. Miss Hazel Phelps, who has been employ ed as a teacher in the public schools there. , Mrs. Freeman Smith and daughter, of West Grove, are erecting a monu ment to Freeman Smith, deceased, at Crown Hill Cemetery. NEW PARIS. -Mr. Ind., been Pennsylvania Lines SEW YORK Aug. 2. a Bryan Reception. Ji A LJ EXCURSIONS VTI.MOKK spt. k. v .luhiw week. ' C1"TY OK MEXICO Auk- 14 to 21 (ieologlcal Congress TORONTO, ON'T. Wept. 1.1 to 161. O. O. F. SAX FRANCISCO Sept. S to 13 Natl B fi TO . m A BAJi ORG A. TE Ji Jft IT.yfc Reglmei K9. 1J7 Society Ai sep iW, CH Sep- Oct Socle tal Reunion. my of Cum- SPRINGS ) Pike's Peak Centen ventlon LOS AXGELES 3 m Northwest HQMESEEKERS' IXCIRSIONS Southwest WeSt in August, September, October SOUtfl If Interested ask C. W. Elmer, Ticket Agent, Richmond, Ind. DR. J. A. WALLS THE SPECIALIST At Home Office 21 S. 10th MoTidayyTuesday, Friday and Saturday each week. BE TREATS SUCCESSFULLY K i Consultation and One Month's Treatment Free. pall forms of Chronic Diseases that are curable. Diseases of the Throat, Lungs, Kidneys,) Liver "and Bladder, Rheumatism, Dyspepsia and all Diseases of the blood, Epilepsy (or falling fits,) Cancer, Scrofula, Private and Nervous Dis eases, Female Diseases, Night Losses, Loss of Vitality from indiscretions in youth or maturer years. Piles, Fistula, Fissure and Ulceration of the Rectum, without detention from business. , Rapture Positively Cured and Guaranteed. Office, No. 2 1 South Tenth St.. - - RICHMOND, IND. New Paris, O., Aug. 31. (Spl.) Eugene Weeks, of South Bend, arrived here yesterday having called on account of the critical ill ness of his little daughter Ruth, whose condition remains serious. A dancing parts is being arranged for Saturday night at Cedar Springs. Iteidleberg's orchestra will furnish the music. Lint Reed is '. Installing some hew counters in his hardware store. The counters were originally used In Richey's drug store. Mrs. Charles Kirkpatrick and daugh ter Miss Dorothy returned Wednes day from several, days' .yisij & t Ander son, Ind. - . " .&'!- Agent Nelson sold ninety:two tickets this morning for Greenville, the occas ion being the fair. No. 18 stopped for this crowd. Later in the day he sold fifty more for No. 32, making the day's total attendance from here about one hundred and fifty. The Christian Sunday School pic nic held yesterday at Glenn Miller was a big success and a very pleas ant affair. About fifty were present, most of them went on the interurban. The children were treated to crery.i and cake by the Sunday school and enjoyed looking at the animals and swinging In the big swing. Many of the older people attended the Chau tauqua in the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Alijah Hicks are the parents of a boy, first child. Mr. Lawrence Mejpby, Mr. Howard Aker and Miss Mabel Potridge and Miss Eva McKee formed a party at the Chautauqua Wednesday -night. A large party composed of Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan Jarrett, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Daily, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Mitch el Rev .and Mrs. Ilershey and daugh ter, Mrs. Neil Mitchell, Mrs. Cail Ben nett, Mrs. B. J. McClure. Mrs. Ora Whitaker, Mrs. Elizabeth Kirkpatrick, Mrs. McWhinney, Mrs. Sam Keelor, Mrs. Hahn, Miss Minnie Danley, Miss Edna Mitchell, Mrs. Henry Rogers attended the Methodist quarterly meeting at Eaton today. The livery business which was for so long at a stand still here is devel oping Into one of the most paying business in the town at present. Mr. Newbern has eight horses and a few more buggies which are In constant demand and very often he is forced to secure horses elsewhere for pa trons. Most of the demand comes from town people, while he also has an enormous drummer trade. He says that he could let out twenty or twenty -five horses every Sunday of he could secure that many. save l family dinner party Sunday in honor of Mrs. Oscar Oliver Thompson and Mrs. Oliver Seffrin, of Monessen, Pa. Seventy were served a bounteous spread. Horace Hurst, of Lafayette, Co., was In town Thursday. Rev. A. R. Jones will preach at Dod- dradge Sunday. Milton people who heard Gunsau- lus lecture on Gladstone, were delight ed. L. H. Warren is home from the road for a few days. Miss Kate Sipple was a Chautauqua visitor Wednesday. Mrs. Chas. Ferris visited her daugh ter, Mrs. Roy Mills, at Hopewell, Tues day and Wednesday. Mrs. Judkins is home from Plain City, Ohio. Will Coony is home from Indian apolis. The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Pearl Kuhns died at Muncie last week. Milton hostesses have been embar assed recently by sneak thieves steal ing their refreshments. Mrs. Marian Perkins is a recent victim of the theives. Neil McMalian entertained "The King's Herald's at his home Thursday. Tho organization is a Missionary So ciety of children and the superintend dent is the wife of the pastor of the M. E. church, Mrs. A. R. Jones. W. L. Perkins was at Richmond Thursday. Misses Laura and Pearl Rothermel were at Connersville Thursday the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Clouds. E. B. Kern, of Connersville, spent Wednesday night with J. S. Shephard and family at Beeson. Messrs. and Mesdames L. W. Bee son, O. L. Beeson and Charles Fergu son have returned from a trip which included Washington, Atlantic City, New York, a' trip up the Hudson and other points of interest. A good time is reported. Miss Jennie Hussey Is attending Teacher's Institute at ConersviCC J. E. Ewers, of Mlton, lectured be fore the Henry County Institute Wed nesday on Glaciers. HOT AND COLD WATER. CAMBRIDGE CITY. MILTON. Milton. Ind., Aug. 30. (Spl.) Mrs. Julia Ellis, of Terre Haute, is at her sister's, Mrs. George Borders. Mesdames L. F. Lautz, Ellen Dow how er, Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Gresh, Mr. and Mrs. Bragg, Mr. and Mrs. Oram Bragg, with Mrs. Ed. M. Liebhardt, of Richmond, Mrs. John Guy ton, of Columbus City and Mrs. Cyrus Swain, of Dublin, attended the reunion of the Gresh family at Brood Ripple near In dianapolis, Thursday, . , , t Miss Rachel Thomas will go in a few days to Lexington, Ky., where she will attend Hamilton College, a fa mous school for young ladies. Park Lantz and W. Preston will at tend DePauw University. The latter will continue his theological studies and the former will enter the depart ment of Philosophy. Mrs. Aaron Morris and son Robert have gone to Mountain Lake, Mary- to attend the Beninial conference of Friends. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Callaway and Mrs. Richard Sills attended the fun- Cambridge City, Aug. 31. (Spl.)- Harry Diffenderfer left for Columbus, Ind., this afternoon, where he will spend a few days visit with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Smith, and two daughters, Jean and Vera, who have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. R, Hastings for the past month, return ed to their home in Louisville, Ky., this afternoon. Mr. Wm. Leukhart of Indianapolis, was in this city visiting friends today Mrs. J. M. Rife of Boston, Ind., will be the guest of her son, Gage, in this city tomorrow. Master Carl Barefoot of Cowan, is here visiting his grandmother, Mrs. Barbara Barefoot, this week. Prof. Robert Brooks and wife of Swarthmore, Pa., are here visiting his mother, Mrs. James Brooks and daughters, Bessie and Lillian, at their home on South Foote street. Mr. Harmon Armstrong of Greens- burg, Ind., is the guest of his sister, Mrs. Barbara Barefoot, this week. Mrs. Wm. Haffard of Richmond will be the guest of Mr. Gage Rife, to morrow. Mrs. Mamie Brown has resumed her duties at the telephone exchange af ter a two weeks 'vacation with friends and relatives in this city and vicinity. Mrs. Lawrence Ogborn, assistant postmistress, will spend her annual vacation with Mrs. Nellie Sullivan at Indianapolis next week. Prof. Sam. W. Small, whose lec ture was advertised in this city for Thursday evening, was postponed in definitely. Messrs. Harry Dennis and Curtis Falls, were In Connersville on busi ness yesterday. Messrs. Gage Rife, Geo. Doll, Frank iUCDanieis ana ciem Jonnson were the guests of lady friends in Hagers- town Thursday evening. Mrs. Mamie Brown was the guest of her brother, Mr. Stanley Guyton and family in Richmond today. Mrs. Ada Newkirk of Connersville was a visitor at Rose Jim today, the guest of Mrs. Byron Kahle, of Colum bus, Ind. Chas. Keller was in Richmond on business today. Mrs. Jno. Guyton attended the Gresh reunion north of Indianapolis yester day. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Doney have re turned from a two weeks visit to Cal gary, Alberta, Dominion of Canada, where Mr. Doney has llisiness inter ests. . Miss Grace Myers of Indianapolis, is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Will Pritchard, at her home on East Main street, this week. Mrs. Clarence Ingerman entertained Misses Pearl, Boyd and Ada Case of Indianapolis at dinner yesterday. Chas. Clawson was in Greenfield on business Wednesday. Mow to Ve TIim Remedies to the Beat Advantage. Hot or cold water is excellent es an application for inflammation, conges tions or abrasions, but how many peo ple know which to apply in particular cases while awaiting the arrival of medical relief? Not many, and the mis takes made in some instances are lit dicrous. Take the barber, for example, who has cut Lis patron's face. He generally washes the face with a towel soaked In warm water, often pressing it right Into the injury, and then wonders why the blood flows from the cut so freely. In ninety-nine cases out of a hundred If he Lad used cold water, and the colder the belter, the Mood would have ceased to fiow from the injury al together, as the cold would have a ten dency to contract the openings in the torn blood vessels. In all cases of such euts or abrasions very cold water will at least reduce the amount of bleeding If it doesn't stop it altogether, and yet. singularly enough, boiling water will have the same effect. Water below the boiling point in creases the flow, but above that de gree decreases it. In surface inflamma tions or congestions cold water ought to be used, while if the condition is sit uated below the surface hot water is necessary as an application because it draws the blood toward the surface and thus stimulates the circulation through the part where it is most ueeded. In cases of abscesses or pimples with pus forming iu them, but which have not yet come to a head, the secre tion of pus can be rapidly Increased snd the duration of the annoyance thereby decreased by applying hot wa ter to them at frequent intervals. Where the eye is inflamed or smarts, after a period of eye strain, such as night work often induces, hot appli cations are the things for relief, but the water used should be gradually allowed to cool off toward the end. Tired eyes will invariably be rejuve nated by adopting this method of treat ment, and many headaches resulting from such a condition may thereby be prevented or cured. St. Lvs:is Globe Democrat - - ' '" A Battle la the Sea."" Did you ever see bluefish charge a school of menhaden at sea? That Is something worth seeing. The bluefish throw their lines forward uutil they al most surround the menhaden, and they attack them flank and rear. The men haden fairly make the water boll in their efforts to escape, while all around the enemy is at them tearing relent lessly. Into all this commotion comes a great shark. It's a picnic for the shark, a school of menhaden all herded up for Its benefit. It swims leisurely Into the midst of them, opens Its mouth and takes in half a dozen menhaden at a gulp. It swims around and bites out half a dozen more from the school. It gorges itself without effort. But the menhaden are not nearly as much dis turbed by the presence of the monster swimming about among, them as they are by the charging bluefish. The shark takes half a dozen fish or more at a bite, while the bluefish only bites a piece out of a single fish, but there is only one shark, while there may be thousands of bluefish plunging and tearing incessantly and killing and maiming at every stroke. The shark's a brute, but under, such circumstances the menhaden hav less of fear than they have of contempt for him. Off Bargain IB. o P f o R&tes bZi return jahf LtUQS J Round-trip tickets on sale First cl !$? O 1 From 2 Chicago stemfcer 3 to 14: t, October 3 J . $C7i From O 2 St Louis sale September 15 to October 31 x i certain stop-over pri vil gca. $0 "V From - JJ St Louis 3 One-way tickets Second From A J CorrcspondiTcductions from all points iLnXy J The Rock Island has three fine Pacific Coa&r routes: Via Colorado) via El Paso ; via St. Paul ani Minneapolis. tj This coupon will tving you full informatfon : f m J. F. POWERS, JTst. Pass. Agt., 9 Claypool Bldff., Opposite Uzpool Hotel. IKDIAN APOLIS, IND. H PIuk itvj?rnl inustrated book on California and advise regarding one-way rot md-trip ratca and service. (Check ratp wanted.) Herewith 6 cents in stamps. Name. Address ed- T i Sewing MAIN ST. ne 1242 A Photographic Warn in nr. The following story of a young lady living in the country who came to London to be photographed Is told by M. A. P. and vouched for by a well known London photographer. After some days the lady. Miss B. was Informed the photograph was not a success, and another sitting was sug gested. This she agreed to, but again was informed that the photograph was a failure. There was a third sitting. In two days' time she received ap urgent letter from the photographer asking her to come up to his studio and to bring a friend with her. Miss B. went, accompanied by her mother, and was shown the amazing results of the three sittings. The pictures of the girl herself were quite good, but in each plate there was to be seen stand mg Denina ner tne ngure or a man holding a dagger in his uplifted hand. The features, though faint, were clear ly discernible, and Miss B. recognized them as those of her fiancee, an officer In the Indian army. The effect of this experience was so great that after a few days she wrote out to India, break ing off the engagement. U'3 t i REPAIRS Ngubpie a rvl t 1 I trams PtB DON'lf Fall! I Atp AUGUST fc The moJ Its kind ee west of NeL features wl tion of I f I I Vii Sellirfc day arm Sept. 2E tickets leave B particil IV11SS THE Festival incinnati 8TH TO SEP. 22D gigantic undertaking of r attempted by any city York. Among the many I be an open air produc- TheBlue Moon brought t this country at a cost of $60,000. 100 people in the cast. Ele phants, (pmels, Horses, etc., In a huge stale pageant. Low Rates C. C. & L. R. R. dates every Tuesday, Thurs Saturday, from Aug. 28th to nd, at $2.60 round trip. These good for 5 days. Going, trains 05 a. m.f and 4 p. m. For ars call C. A. BLAIR, P. & T. A., ' Richmond. Home T8I. 44. Headquarters for fi fumes. In addition popular odors w 4. exclusive sate for a tf all the 4 Jrave the 5 UooXhy Lrtly Alice J Sjfaron Thclma, Vernon, Rose of QUIGLE Prescriptltion 415 N. Sth. Open all day Sunday. BABYLON Druggists. Phone 115 CABINET MAKE AND RE Make your old broke like new ,and you want it. S. A. L 9 South 6th. ' Phone 1219 aX vr a fAI RER. nfurnlture mai new if 4 i f X UT. t - m - t flain Enough. 'Why do they call It a one night stand?" 'Because the players do not have time enough to sit down." Thought It More Material. 'Her smile is Intoxicating," exclaim. ed the exuberant youth. 'Oh," returned Miss Castlque, I thought I detected something else," Too Insignificant. "That man says he is looking for his better half." "I should think he would better make it two-thirds." ' KIs Quest. "Oh, where do you Journey, my brother. So far from the club and the town?" "I patiently search for another Rich heiress who won't turn ne down." CASTOR I A For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of 7 A Rapid Pace. "That young man is going pretty swift, isn't he?" "He has to or his debts would over take him." ' Quite Right. What sort of 'joke is the most en joyable?" "The one that a pretty-girl dimples ANOTHER POPULAR EXCURSION TO CHICAGO VIA. I The C. C. ML R. R. Leave Richmond Sept. 1st, 10:00 Saturday night M. $3.00 ROUWD TRIP. Returning leave born St. Station day night. Fishi Bass and Bruce this special $1.5 For particulars ask C. A. Blair, Home Tel. 44. 1 P. & T. A. hicago, Dear- 1 P. M., Sun g parties for ake can use Round trip. mip r I VIA. i ROUND TO DAWON I Monday, LAB01 I. C. & E. Traction-Comoan Fmer1y Dayton & Wester has some good tate. Rents co attention given h. nfm SI 1 m AT AT thsfth 7y JL eings or I the' Aii s in Real ed and property. You know them. Ai work. If you want ol yoarwexiai Call up1 During the past eight man ociciatea t m tun w tb moil promt Brides of Richmond boat oar iftlcal program do and completo, 1596 . Tet-rauq Concert Quartet Ml lily jj For cash and for u ft Qnts- I or S cents per pair. fo Our entire stock of Dry Goods to be sold at cost. cash only, remember everything gees Men's regular 10c value Hose, blacks and browns, All $1.00 shirts cf Acorn and Monarch Brands, go All 50 cent values go for 38 cents. Everything cf 25 cent value goes at 18 cents. Ail Oil Cloth goes at 122 cents. Lustre Brown and Black, 42-inch, $1.00 value, a,' 75 cents. Lustre Brown and Red, 35-inch, 50 cent value 733 cents. Voile in brown, gray, tan, black and .green, 42-ich, 75 cents. Broad Cloth, sponged and shrunk, est Puritarfl floods, 54-tm"t in black. blue, green, red and gray, at 75 cents. Voile, 36-inch, in black and blue, 38 Popeline, black, 42-inch, $1.75 value, $1a cent! yard Silk Finish Henriettas in blue, red crearrfcry and black, 30-inch es a 18 cents yard. Juston's Suitings, all colors, 30-inch, at 33 cents. Cotton Voiles, many patterns, 3C-inch at AS cents Silk Mulls, in pink and bluer33-inch at 18 cents. Silk finish Drop Oelinde, 30-inch at 18 cents. Silk Zephyrs in blue, tan and pink 30-inch, at 18 cents. " All Percales, 124c values at 10c; 10c at 7yz cents. All Calicoes, 6-cent values at 5c; and 5-cent at 4 cents. Laces, Insertions, Shirt Waists and in fact the newest, best and cleanest goods in the city, AND EVERY article goes at cost for the cash. Sale com mences Friday morning and continues until all is sold. S. & H. Trading stamps always given. HOOD'S MODEL DEPARTMENT STORE Trading Stamps with All Purchases. Free Delivery. New Phone 1079; Old Phone 13 R. Store Open Tuesday, Friday and Saturday Evenings. 4x1-413 Main Street. AT AT