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OUR PRICE will Mrs. Goodshopper:- When you look through our high-grade line of furniture, you may expect our prices to be of the same quality. . That is the only thing in which we will fall short of your ex pectations. For we endeavor always to make, prices as satisfactory to our customers as our furniture is. Therefore, when you come to our store and buy of us, you will pay only reasonable, fair and square prices for your furniture, and get terms to suit your circum- w. F. HIGQINS Furniture, Carpets Opposite Hotel GJyndon Richmond, Ky Your Go-Cart Retired While You Wait $100 REWARD Will be paid to anv Deraon h?kinn any kind of pain or ache, if Shinp's yuick-Rclief Liniment faiig to jjive instant relief and the purchase price is not refunded. Try it and Bee. 1 "It I the moKt wonderful remedy for re lieving lain I have ever used." Capu Aa ter&un Berry, Lexington, Ky. "I used tbli liniment and tbe pain and iorruesii disappeared like magic Jailer V. T. tullenger, Lexington. Ky. "It i tbe only remedy that bas given me anv relief since I was paralyzed four years Mr. Susan Welborn, NewUurg. Ind- For relieving aches and pains this llnl. ment beats anything I ever saw." J. H L-i ion, Lexington, Ky. This liniment gave almost Instant relief and baa completely cured me of rheunia um.'S. U. Kwalt. Paris, Ky. If it Fails to Relieve Any Pain In Any Part of The Body in Fifteen Minutes, Ask For Your Sloney Back. 50c At All Druggists or k Bourbon Remedy Co., Lexington, Ky. H. L. PERRY Rubber Tires. 1 desire to say to tbe good people of Madison and adjoining counties that I am pn pared to do all kinds of rubber tiring-. I put 7-8 Kelly Springfield rubber tires on wheels of any height for $14 per set, 7-8 steel tires for $4 50 per set. Bug try tires set 40 cts. each. These are cash prices. See me before ordering any work of this kind. SU'timo-f E. Wai.dks, Red House, Ky. Cheapest accident insurance Dr. Thomas' Eclectic Oil. For burns, sea Ids, cuts and emergencies. All druggist sell it. 25c and 50c. Traveling Men Find thsi our service spares them ma ny an hour. It is sometimes inconveni ent to wait for a late train and a big sale may be lost on account of it. For (hat reason we have a machine always on hand to do your bidding and get you to your neit town in short order. Give us a trial. Azbill's Livery Stable. CO-tf Growing tobacco bail insurance call ou J. V. Crooke. 77-8t A Big Week of Bargains Ahead in My M I lU- th mm mm e r ale Neat Linen 5uits at Mid-Summer Sale Prices Linen suits, in a good number of the season's most becoming and attractive styles, all desirable summer colors. Just the thing for your summer outing. Values up to $12. Special Mid-Summer Cleanance Sale $6.75 Price Final Reductions Women's Tailored Spring Suits. All the season's newest fabrics, styles and colors. Values up to $25.00. Mid-Summer Clearance Sale Price $10.00 Women's Beautifully Tailored Suits, exclusive models, attractively trimmed. All tbe demandable fabrics and styles are here presented. Values up to $45. Mid Summer Clearance Sale $15 00 Summes DAINTY WASH DRESSES One lot of Voile and Linen Dresses, winsome and be coming styles prettily trimmed, all summer colors. Daintily made and finished. Dresses that sold up to $7.50. Mid-Summer Clearance Sale Q Price - r A good assortment of Serge Dresses, in desirable summer shades. Dresses that sold as high as $12.50. Mid-Summer Clearance Sale Silk Dresses that sold regularly for 115.00. Mid-Summer Clear ance Sale ' Price . $7.75 Silk Dresses that were good val ues ud to $22.50. Mid-Summer Clearance Sale Price $10.00 please you too. Stoves and Ran GOLDEN and FLORA Have just received a car of finished Monuments, HeadstoneSj etc. in the most beautiful designs. No Agents Come direct to us and save agents profits For Sale A very handsome refrigerator at a great bargain: call on Sam Ilurst, Clay Bldg., Richmond, Ky., Phone 408, 11 Celery Plants For Sale Nice, large celery plants; all ready for transplanting. Mrs. A. J. Tribble, Phone 5304 rings. 70-tf I. O. O. F. Lodge Elects Officers. At a meeting of the members of Mad ison Lodge, Xo. 14, I. O. O. F. Monday night the following officers were elected for the present six months: Noble Grand, H. M. Taylor, Vice Grand, Har ry Warford, Secretary, W. S. Bioaddus, Treasurer, John T. Stone, Host, S. L. Jones, Trustees of Widows' and Or phans' Fund, C. U. Wallace, JetT Stone and A. J. Suit. Madison County B. & L Association. First meeting of the Stockholders of the Madison County Building and Loan Association will be held at the Madison National Bank, Saturday, July 5th, between the hours of seven and nine, p. m. Purpose of meeting to sell more stock, deliver Stock Certificates, pass books and make first payment on same. You should be present. Refreshments will be served. Linen Suits, summery looking garments in a good variety of models, becomingly and attrac tively trimmed. Some Bulgarian trimmed collars. Values up to $15. Mid-Summer Clearance Sale Price ... $10.00 on Cloth Suits Women'! Handsomely Tailored Suits, exclusive and fashionable models, made of the season's most called for fabrics. Values up to $30.00. Mid-Summer Clearance Sale Price. $12.50 Frocks, Dresses a .niantiit A nptm styles, pretty summer colors. Values t1 that sold up to tlO. Sale Price p-t,JJ. An excellent assortment of Voile, Lingerie and Lin. en Dresses. Prettily trimmed, good material, sum mer shades, fast colors. Chic and neat styles. Val ues that sold up to $10.50 tfZ Cf Mid-Summer Sale Price ipJJJ All other higher priced Wash Dresses greatly reduced ,. ffl. LOWENTHAL Ladies' Outfitter 336-338 W. Main Lexington, Ky Gty Council Doings. All of tbe members of the city coun cil answered present when Clerk W. E. Blanton called the roll at the regular meeting or that body last night. Mot much business was brought before the council, and the hot weather made them get through with what was to be done in a jiffy, Mr. Covington made a report on the street work to be done on Hallie Irvine and Orchard streets, which was re ceived. More work was ordered and tbe street committee was empowered with authority to act. A hundred rods of rock was purchased and those thor oughfares will be put in splendid con. dition. Chief of Police J. H. All man reported $44 in fines and costs collected. City Collector Wilson slated that he had collected in the last six month 9293.83, which had been apportioned as follows: General fund, $251.30, sohool fund, $32.18, sinking, $10.35. His total col lections reported by him are $2,320.63 and that amount has been divided as follows: general fund, 1,732 57, school fund, $151.14, sinking fund, $142.92. City Treasurer J. W, Crocke reported the sinking fund balonce in bank as $8,104.19 and the overdraft, $8,474.00. Mr. Edgar Turley". Secretary of the Board of Regents of Eastern Normal, appeared for that institution and asked that a permit be granted to run a sewer down Second street. The permit was granted but the terms of it will be ar ranged later. An order was made that Assessor J. T. Rerry and the Board of Supervisors be paid for their services as such. Permits were granted Eugene Land to add a story to the Hobson Building and make oilier improvements and to the Richmond Lumber Co. to erect a small store-room on its premisos on East Main street, near its mill. The room is to cost aoout $1,500 and is to be of brick and weatlierboarding. On the complaint of citizens of Prather street, that the Ice Co. would not deliver ice to them, the Mayor ordered that the company be requested to comply with the wishes of the peo ple of that part of the city. A committee composed of Council men Bybce and Vaughn was appointed to co over the City Collector's Books with Collector Wilson and determine as to certain delinquents on the tax list. 1 Huston Stone, who had been ill for two mouths and was compelled to give up his work as a member of the fire company for that time, asked that he be allowed something, as had been done in other cases, and the council voted him a month's salary. The body decided that the city carts could, at the request of the taxpayers, drive into their back premises and get garbage, if it were placed in secure barrels or boxes. The body thought this better than letting it set out on the streets. Mr. U. L. Arnold appeared in his own behalf concerning some double taxa tion, and a committee was appointed to settle with him. 11. R. Smith appeared by proxy and asked credit on his taxes, claiming a clerical error and the rebate was ordered made. A number of bills were ordered paid and a motion to adjourn carried. Open Again And Ready For Business. My stable is open again and ready for business. It has been thoroughly fumi gated and every precaution used and the State Veterinarian tells me that there is no possible danger of horses contracting disease in a stable so sani tary as mine is. Thanking the people of Madison and adjoining counties for their past patranage and asking that they further favor me with a part of their business, I beg to be at their com mand for anv thing in the livery busi ness, J. R. Azbill, Richmond. Ky. 7a-4t Mrs. C N. Fitzpatrick Dead. Mrs. Fitzpatrick, widow of C. N. Fitz patrick, died at her home some four miles from this city on the Barnes Mill pike, at 10::S0 Thursday morning, aged 74. She was taken slightly ill Sunday but it was not until Tuesday that her condition became alarming. Deceased had been for many years a devout mem ber of the Christian church and was a splendid woman in every way. She is survived by four children: William Fitzpatricit. of Paint Lick, Dr. Jos. W. and John Fitzpatrick, of Middlesboro, and George Fitzpatrick, who made bis home with his mother. Unbounded sympathy is felt for each and. all of them in their irreparable loss. For any itchiness of the skin, for skin rashes, chap, pinr pies, etc., try Doan's Ointment. 50c at all drug stores. Women's Waists Middy Blouses Just the thing for vacation and summer wear. Blouses that were excellent val ues at $1.50. Special Mid Summer Clearance Sale jjj QQ Women's Waists Lingeries, Voiles, Crepes and Batistes, prettily made and trimmed. Very sheer materials. Regular $1.50 (f values. Mid-Summer Sale r UU Women's Waists Tailored effects and Voiles and Lingeries Daintily trimmed. Good quality mater ials: $2.50 and $3 values. PI QC Mid-Summer Sale Price . 47J Chiffon Waists Just about 30 in this lot. Delicate sum mer shades. . Beautifully made and trimmed. Waists you would consider excellent values at $7.50. Special Mid Summer Sale Price CM only T Reduced An t. Kprtm Dresses, attractive PERSONAL Mrs. James Smith is visiting in Lsx ington. Dr. H. C. Jasper was in Lexington tvednesday. Mr. Earl Curtis was in Conway for a few days this week. Miss Rosina Elder, of Paris, is visit ing Miss Mattie Elder. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Pickets, of Illinois, are the guests of relatives here. Mr. L. B. Weisenburg left today for a business trip to New York City. Miss Sue Scrivner, of Winchester, is here with her father and sisters. Misses Tillie Douglas and Amy Par rish were in Lexington Thursday. Mr. D. L. Cobb is the possessor of a beautiful four passenger Rambler. Mrs. Maria Jasper, of Danville, is visiting her son, Dr. H. C. Jasper. Mrs. John Noland and children have returned from a visit in Harrodsburg. Miss Julia Crutch field has gone to fittsDurg, fa., to visit iriends. Mrs. R. E. Turley is visiting Miss Ophelia Kincaid at St. Helens, Ky. Aliss Froctor latee has accepted a position at Zariug's mill as stenograph er. Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Cobb and Miss Mollie Fife motored to Burgin Thurs day. Misses Trowers and McMillian. of Cincinnati, are the guest of Miss Kate Devore. Mr. John William Farley was in Winchester for the dance Thursday evening. Miss Gretchen Bergmeyer, of Ohio. has entered the Normal School for the summer term, Messrs. William Wallace and Mae Coy were in Winchester for the dance Thursday evening. Miss Eugenia Hume, of Louisville, came mis week to spend the summer with relatives. Claiborne C. Walton has returned from a visit to friends in Stanford, Som erset and Lexington. Mr. and Mrs, Hawk Davis have re turned to their home in Campbellsville after a two weeks visit here. Mr. T. J. Curtis has a beautiful new five passenger Cadillac, which he and his friends are enjoying. Mrs. Thomas Sapp, of Lexington, spent Wednesday with her cousin, Mrs. S. L. Powell, on North street. Rev. and Mrs. E. B. Barnes enter tained at dinner Monday evening in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Ellis. Mr. D. M. V. Stephenson, of Stanford, was in Richmond long enough Wednes day to subscribe for the Climax. Rev. H. N. Quisenberry will preach at the union service at the Christian church Sunday night at 7:30. Be sure to hear him. Marriage license was issued yesterday to Curtis Powell to wed Miss Mary Su san Hisle. Both live at Long Branch. Estill county. Mr. Lucien Emerson, of Cincinnati, will spend Sunday at the home of Messrs. A. D. and C. D. Miller in this county. Miss Sallie Cooke, of Pittsburg, Pa., who has been visiting Miss Lucy Lee Walton, went to Stanford today to visit friends. Messrs. Harry and Arnold Hanger and Edwin Cobb motored to Winches ter for the dance Thursday evening. Mr. Miller Lackey and Mr. Campbell La Mar LaCompte motored to Winches ter for the dance Thursday evening. Mrs. S. A. Deatberage and children have returned from a two weeks visit with Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Willis at Crab Orchard Springs. Mrs. Roscoe Reeves, of Frankfort, well known here, underwent an opera tion at the Gibson Infirmary last week and has since been doing nicely. Dr. and Mrs. H. N. Quisenberry, Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Evans and Miss Bessie Dudley are attending the Sunday School Convention in Georgetown. Prof. M. L. Caneer left today for Cornersville, Tenn., to spend some time with friends of his boyhood days. Prof. D. W. Bridges is also at Cornersville. Mrs. B. D. Gordon and Miss Francis Smith Gordon are spending a few days with relrtives at Nicholasville, having gone over in an auto yesterday. Misses Margaret Covington and Eliza beth Turley have returned form North Carolina where they have been attend ing a house party for tbe last three weeks. Mr. A. E. Barnes, of Somerset, was up this week to see his aged mother, Mrs. Milton Barnes, who has been very ill, but who was some better at last accounts. Mr. William Moynahan went to Lex ington Wednesday to see Mrs. Moyna han, who is in St. Joseph's Hospital, that city, being prepared for an opera tion for goitre. M isses Florence and Elizabeth Dun can, of Lawrenceburg, are the attract ive guests of Miss Nancy Hayden on West Main. Miss Hayden was at home in honor of her guests Thursday even ing. Rev. and Mrs. P. F. Adams, who have been visiting the families of Messrs. A. D. and C. D. Miller, or this county, went to Winchester today to visit friends before returning to their home at Law renceburg. A large crowd of boys came from Lexington and Nicholasville to join the campers at uamp uaniei eoone near Valley View Thursday The camp is in full sway now and the boys and girls are having the time of their lives. Mrs. F. S. Henry, of Gulf port. Miss., ho has been visiting Georgetown friends for some days, has returned to Richmond and is again with her sister. Mrs. L. B. Weisenburg, at Westover Terrace. Mr. and Mrs. Weisenburg motored over for her. Miss Elizabeth Miller has issued in vitations to a reception she will give at her pretty country home on Tuesday evening next, July 8, from 8 to 12, in honor of the young ladies composing the happy house party with her. They are Misses Marie Fisher, of Nashville, Katherine Christ man, of Chilesburg, Kathleen Sullivan, of this county, and Miss Stafford, of California. Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Noland enter tained with a six o'clock dinner Thurs day in honor of Mrs. Stillings and Mr. Clay Park, of Washington, the guests of Mrs. P. B. Broaddus. Quite a num ber of friends and relatives enjoyed Mr. and Mrs. Noland'i hospitality and the dinner was a beautiful compliment to tbe guests of honor. Miss Hester Covington was hostess at a "Picture Show" party at the Alham bra Thursday night for her guest Miss Blanche Hamilton, of Nicnolasville. In the party were, Misses Madge Burnam, Mary D. Pickels, Marianne Collins, Mary Barrett Smith, Sara Quisenberry. and guest Miss Huguey. Blanche Ham ilton and Messrs. Gordon Doty, Joe Prewitt and Barnett Chenault, Paul Burnam, Overton Harber, Earle Curtis, Ben Cassiday and Robert Turley. Dr. and Mrs. C. H. Vaught, Mr. Hale Dean and wife. Mis Marianne Collins, William Collins. Charlie Vaught and Ed Powell went to Waco yesterday in autos and were joined there by Dr. and Mrs. Vardv Taylor and children. Alex Grin- stead and Mrs. R. M. Rowland, wife of Cashier Rowland. They proceeded on to College Hill, and took a boat to the mouth of Flint oreek, where they char tered a gasoline launch and went to Lock No. 13. On the latter part of the trip they were joined by R. F. Bush, keeper of Lock 13, and his wife. . A pio nic dinner was enjoyed at the lock and i the tntlrs day was pleasantly spent. DON'T FORGET THE DATE WEDNESDAY, JULY 9, at 2 O'clock P. M. PUBLIC AUCTION in Burnamwood Addition, Richmond, Ky Having purchased 20 lots in Burnamwood, we will offer them for sale to the highest bidder. These lots are located in the best resident section of the city, and already there are a numlx r of beautiful residences on this plot. Every convenience necessary to the comfort and enjoy ment of life are therewater, light and gas having been piped along the street: also concrete walks in front of every lot, thereby making this the ideal spot for a home. Richmond is a citv of schools. Buy a lot, build a home and live where you can educate your children. These lots will positively be sold of sale are all that can lien retained on lots. Will Be 5old To White Get a ticket and be on the grounds. FOLLOW THE BAND and don't miss the place. FREE CARRIAGES TO THE GROUNDS Jessamine Realty Company, Sales argents Best grade of cooking coal on the mar ket. See W. II. Douglas &. Son at once. 7- tf The Gettysburg Reunion. The following gem is from the pen of the talented Paragraper of the Lexing ton Herald, Mr. Enoch Grehan: On Gettysburg's tented field sleep again the countless heroes from both sides of the line who shocked and thrill ed the world and then and now held and hold the highest place in the histo ry of human courage shown in the midst of death and in the presence of catastrophe, bu: as they sleep the pale moon no longer silhouettes upon the earth the crouching form of skulkiog enemy; no lonely sentinel keeps vigil while they rest, but rather does the gen tle angel of the night bring dreams of reunited people, of sheathed sword and rifle gone to rust: of one blood-touched fields now glorified by bannered corn, by swaying grain, by "grapes grown purple" in the fructilying sun memo ries of Lee and of Meade gone down the years, the tallest, whitest spirits of that melancholy hour. It does not mat ter now on which side they fought, who fell or who survive; all are ours, and as such we shall cherish all until the River rolls 'twin them and us and they stand with Jackson and Grant and Davis and Forrest and Sheridan "under t he shade of the trees." Three and Probably Four Tick ets For August Primary. Our people will have the choice of three tickets at the primary of August 2, the Progressives as well as the Repub licans having filed petitions for county officers to be voted for then. The peti tions of the following democratic candi dates have been' lodged with County Clerk Terrill: FOR REPRESENTATIVE; Green Clay, A. D. Miller. John F. White. FOR SHERIFF: Elmer Death rage, N. B. Jones, H. H. Colyer, Van B. Benton, Jacob S. Collins. FOR COUNTY JUDGE: H. C. Rice, Judge W. R. Shackelford. FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY: S. A. D. Jones, R. II. Crooke, O. P. Jackson, Thomas II. Collins. FOR SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT: Benjamin F. Edwards, Wm. 8. Brock, Harvey H. Brock. FOR JAILER: Morgan Taylor, Clyde Rayburn, ' W. Joe Wagers, R. A. Barlow, A. J. Willoughby, FOR ASSESSOR: ' George Noland, W. F. Jarman, Rufus Jenkins, P. 8. Whitlock. FOR COUNTY CLERK: R. B. Terrill, J. B. Walker, LaRue C House. The Progressives are not in the least greedy and will only ask for one office, that of sheriff, and for this they will sac rifice Elden 8. Baker, of Panola. The Republicans are willing to "most along" with four of the good county offices and for these they have named A. C. Benge, of Dreyfus, for sheriff, Bnrrell Moores, of Waco, for county clerk, G. D. Holli day. of Berea, for Representative, and Milt Broughton, of Brassneld, for asses sor. This will require three sets of bal lots and If County Clerk Terrill decides that women have the right of suffrage in tbe school superintendent's race, a separate ballot will be necessary for that office, t his win mane lour sets or. Dai lots 100 books as there are 25 pre cincta in the county; the largest number in the history of Madison county. Plenty of Oau and all kinds of field seeds at attractive prices. See before buying, tf R. L. Akxold & Co. O OeaiuitiSlfTLijl TO BE TERMS be desired. One-third cash and remainder in one and two vears with The Fat Boy of Kentucky will auctioneer to amuse the crowd. Lots People Only Dim QsM Fm WORKED LIKE MAGIC. Red Scaly Eczema Yields to Our Re liable Skin Remedy, Saxo Salve. A Highland, N. Y woman writes: Bince 1901 I suffered from eczema and my skin was very tender, red and Bcaly, and I could find no relief until I used Saxo Salve. The first application worked like magic, in less than a week the scales were gone and now the skin is healed and smooth, thanks to Saxo Salve. In all forms of eczema, and all oth er crusted or scaly humors and erup tions, Saxo Salve has given astonish ingly good results. The great im provement that it makes in the first few days shows plainly that you can place full trust in its curative power. We have so much confidence in it that we give bacfc your money it you are .not satisfied with Saxa Salve. B. L. Middelton, Druggist, Richmond. P. S. Skin troubles and poor blood nsually co-exist in all rundown condi tions. We guarantee Vinol to iiurify nd enrich the blood. Mrs. Curtis Moberly at Point ot Death. The aged Mrs. Curtis F. Moberly. a sister of Hon. W. B. Smith, sutrered a stroke of apoplexy at her home in Hotel Glyndon last night and was at the point of death when this paper went to press. She is surrounded by her children and other loved ones who realize that she is rapidly nearing the end. Big Freight Wreck. Thursday morning about 11 o'clock a big freight wreck occurred at the junction of the L. & N. and L. & A. railroads in the eastern portion of tbe city. At the junction of the two roads there is a deep cut on both roads which converges directly at the crossing The L. & A. train, so it is reported, had the right-of-way and had just backed partially across the 1- & N. track, when a heavy freight eoing North came rum bling along. 'the engineer saw the danger, reversed his engine and applied the brakes; but, as there is considerable down grade at this point, it was impos sible to stop. The L. & N. train plowed through the L. &, A. train, over turning an oil tank car and demolish ing several coal cars. The L. & N. locomotive was overturned and com pletely wrecked. Tbe fireman jumped just before the trains struck, but the engineer remained at his post, and both escaped unhurt, which seems almost incredible, when we view the twisted mass of iron, steel and wood. A large force of men wet e immediately put to work clearing the tracks and a wrecker from Covington and one from Corbin were dispatched to the scene. Both arrived about 3 o'clock in the afternoon and worked heroically for several hours before getting the track in shapej so traffic could be resumed. Passengers on the afternoon trains were transferred and proceeded on their journey with little inconvenience. Thousands of per sons viewed the scene. The loss to the railroad company will go far up into the thousands: some estimating the damages as high as $j0,000. i SOLD AT T T a m MACHINES ! 1 I W hnsker and shredder to shred and hi iik your corn a McCormick machine to 11 your every need. They are built right We will tr tat you right, and you will find it to your interest to buy McCor- - i t? mica uacumcs. VrW' Oldham Public Sale. Having decided to board, I will at my home, the Grant Lilly place, on West Main street, at 10 o'clock, a. m., Satur day, July 5. 1913. sell at public outcry our entire lot of household and kitchen furniture, all practically new, including a Jewel range used a few months, heat ing stove in good condition, beds, bed ding, druggets and rugs, handsome dresser, refrigerator, etc. Two grand pianos, one of them a Vf. M. Steinway in excellent condition. CHESTER GREEN. 79 2t Richmond. Ky. K. of P. Memorial. Normal City Lodge, No. 162, R of P. will hold their memorial services at the M. E. Church, South, Sunday afternoon. A splendid program is being prepared. All Sir Knights and friends of tbe order are most cordially invited to be present. The Peerless Direct From Factory To You Notice the Double V Crimp IP. MI. Pope Is the Factory's Agent See Him j f.v.n rrrni t J.'C. A KcCORMICK mower for the haj ; a McCcr miik binder for your graii:; a McCorniick corn binder to cut your corn; a McCoraiick -V . , . m.jt. & &Harbe "Y.f.t,V' Opening Ball At Crab Orchard Springs. Tonight the optming ball will be JunC ed at that delightful summer resort. Crab Orchard Springs, and several young people from: Richmond will take part in the festivi'ie-t the occasion will afford. Splendid music has been ensur ed for the evening, as well as the enure season. By the w. y. a Richmond l:uly who has been a gu ?st at the Springs sev eral weeks, tells th e Climax that a eU crowd is already at the famous old re sort and that from the letters Manager Willis is receiving avking for rooms, a record-breaking crow d will be on baud by Sunday. For Sale An excellent five-year-old combination mare. Mrs. J. L SchlegeL 80-2t f, V-. I