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Call 110 for prices on feed, hay, corn.
r n mum m -. n r n n n n n n n n n rm ?;ii;;iij;;ii?!ii;;i)mh?;h;! oats, sliir stuff, etc. Richmond .Jor1 & Supply Co. 84-2t Come to Owen McKee, Richmond Ky. for dry goods and notion. Others do and why not you. tf RSll..llfllMI..MM We receive every morning a full line of preen vegetable and would be glad to supply your want. Phone 72 & 144 Covington Thorpe Co. 57-tf. When in need ol lllacksmithini; in iny of its branches, Farming Imple ments, ISupgies, Carriages, Wagons, Kubber tires &.C, get prices from R. E. Miller, U nion City, Ky. tf Lost Watcli. Hutu inp case, gold watch; initials J. j: li. inside front case. Return to this i tiico: reward. 87-2t Situation Wanted. A dependable young woman desires w.rk housekeeper, nurse or cook in pimi family. Telephone 100, the 15usi" iit ss otlice at the Normal. 87 lv Wanted, 1 00 Acres of Land. 1 desire to rent 100 acres of land for running purposes. No improvements wMiied. Land must be close to town and in good state of cultivation. Will rem for a term of five years. Applv at once to Sam Hurst, phone 40S, Ilich nu.nJ. Ky. 81 tf Preaching At Concord. lie v. F. Cassidy, of Lexington, will preach at Concord next Saturday night and at 11 o'clock Sunday morning. A full attendance of the membership is desired and an invitation is extend ed t lie gublic generally. Sale Postponed. The lot sale of T. K. Hamilton on Sat urday last was knocked into a cocked l.ui hy the storm which occurred just at the time the sale was to begin. He de clared the sale off for that day, but w.ill have it on Saturday week, Aug. 9th. Home-Grown Melons. Hume-frown watermelons were on the market this morning for the first time. Kichmond people have been enjoying Un'se shipped in from the South forsev eral mouths, but they don't compare to 'hose grown on Madison soil. Struck by Lightning And De- ""strayed. The ceneral store of James Butner, at ("aieast, this county, was struck by h.'litnins and burned Sunday. Most of i he contents were consumed. 'The loss between f:i.000 and 1,000. 1 M Rev. Brookshire Dead. Kev. Clay Brookshire, aged 70. and a well-known preacher, died at Jierea Fri .:!' and his remains were shipped to ';.agow for interment. He had spent a lone and useful life in the Master's vii.ryard and many souls had been led in Christ by his sound, earnest preach- At The Alhambra. The Home of Perfect Pictures Tues day. July :fOth Ieah Baird and Tetft Johnson in "The Vampire of The Des ert." a Vitagraph. two-reel feature, the Mory of a beautiful and bewitching sor ceress. Her insatiable desire for con iiuevt proves to be her undoing. A pow-t-riul and marvelous drama. t0-2t Dunn-Mason. William Hockaday Dunn, a prominent '.jug farmer of the Duncannon section ..f the county, and Miss Pearl Mason. :;ri exceedingly pretty and popular 'iisig lady of the same neighborhood, ere united in the holy bonds of wed i ck today. They have many friends here and elsewhere who are showering O'UL'raiuIations and best wishes upon iim and in this the Climax takes pleasure in joining. Building in Bumamwood. ileorgell. Myers, who has built a i umber of houses in this city, has laid 'ie foundation for a pretty home on the l it lie bought in Bumamwood at the re cent sale. He showed" us yesterday the plans and specifications. It will not be fry large, but what it lacks in size will l- made up for in convenience and slt'iii lines. It will beat wo-story frame. M r. P. M Pope tells us that he will , luiM on one of his lots this fall and D. A. McCord will more than likely erect a residence or two in that pretty part of the city. I do not claim to be a better Democrat n-.r a better man than my opponents. I 1 claim that I will try as hard, If not harder than any of them to eive a good, clean, sober administration as Sheriff of Madison county if you will honor me wi'h the nomination and election. 64 li Elmer Deatherage. Here To Vote. Mr. J. T. Ilerry is over from Lexing ton for a week or so and everybody is i-lad to see the splendid old gentleman ;:i town atrain. Since he was here some tvo months ago he has suffered the i"ss of his good wife, with whom he lived most happily for over 58 years and who was a helpmeet in all the word means. He has also had a severe sick M't-il, but is about himself again. "I am here to vole," he said as he entered the Climax oflice yesterday. "Are you a f'rosrressive," we asked. "No in deed,'' was his response, "1 have been vot me the Demooratic ticket for over II years and 1 propose to continue to do so long as I am permitted to remain iiere. Too old to change now, and I don't want to any way. The Demo cratic party is good enongh for me," he continued. Mr. Berry has been assess intr Richmond almost as long as he has been voting and he probably knows as much if not more about the finan cial condition of the goed city thaa any other person here or hereabout. A Fair Proposition From Mr. Collins. I am making the race for the nom nation for County Attorney not for my Krsonal glory or honor nor for my per sonal benefit or gain, but solely in the interest of the Farmer of Madison county. If I did not know that I could be of great benefit to the farmer of this county I would not want the office of (V.nnto A,aaw Tf I mm frlACtJuf I i j . i l w 1 ill; . " will, with the assistance of your Fiscal Court, put in this county an expert farmer, a man who can examine your "uu ana ten wnai crops it win yumuvw best, how to cultivate your land and what kind of fertizer to use on it. I believe that if the farmers knew just nnw ti...iiiit..i.,h.;, lanH thift drouth .V VUlkl B L-V LIIW1. aau, " would not have any effect on your corn crop. If that is true, and I can con vine mv riaKinii.hl man tbat it is. an expert farmer would be worth f 100,000 per year to this county in the crops alone. 1 believe that I can help to put farming on a scientific basis. You farmers pay the tax and are entitled to the best,, why not have ill If you will give me your support and you feel at any lime that I have not been worth more to you than any County Attorney you ever had, tell me so and I will very cheerfully return my salary to the county. I make this statement because, I am not working for the sal ary but for the purpose of trying to lift the farmers out of an old rut and make Madison county one of the best agricul tural counties in Kentucky. ' Will you farmers help to do it, if so come out on the right side August 2. Yours truly, T. II- COLLINS. 5 1 A 11 HA l . JJw7 11 H - i mm main linn uuit- m J ' l mmmmmmmwm mm M I T" 1 i sMBHBIMMMMWIMMsBbMbBsbbb j ' Flme Sttpaw -IHIaitts HALF PRICE Throw away the old one and look and feel dressed up in a new one at half price. All the newest styles $3.00 for $1,50 $1.50 for .75 2.50 for 1.25 1.00 for .50 2.00 for 1.00 IFimie Pamiainma A few left, extra quality at $5.00, cut to $3.95 Lowest Prices Ever Made 'On 'Boys'. Suits The boy will need a fall school suit, and here's your opportunity to save. You know our quality. Look at these prices $I?SS choice 6.50 1! choice 5.00 " choice 4.50 $500 choice 3.75 ?S choice 2.50 These prices cannot fail H ' 1 n They must be , carry them over under any circumstances. There are several hundred fine Suits still left, in light weights for the hottest weather, and medium weights for all the year wear, in colors to suit every fancy and sizes to fit every figure Here are the prices on our entire stock, solid blacks and blues alone excepted: $25.00 choice 22.50 for $17.00 16.50 15.00 choice for You'll need a than buying now to more this merchandise In ru r n O sold now, no matter what the loss; we cannot afford to new suit before long, and you can't in quick time; therefore we N $20.00 choice 18.00 for $12.50 10.00 choice for The finest and best cut as follows: IS for $4.25 3.50 for 2.75 Bargain strongly urge our customers to make early selections. Terms cash ajj M n make money faster Mighty Slaughter of brands, Hanan's, Speedwell, Walk-Over, Beacon, Counter Shoes $1.00, $1.50, $2.00 n $4.00 for $3.00 3.00 for 2.35 14 4