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St 51 77 Showing of Hands when covered with our beautiful 5ilk Gloves becomes a matter of proper pride. Lvery lady who makes any pretense to style will have at least two pair of these Fine Summer Gloves elegant, cool and comfortable. They are by no means expensive. Fancy stitched and slron&Iy made throughout Come in and try on a pair. They will tempt you McKEE'S The Richmond Climax. TflECUMAX PRINTING CO (Iucorporated.) . I). MiIWt. Prr w. C. White, Stc I IrNi. W. I Wall on t Lessees li. I. Gordon men ti.oo PER IS ADVANCE' TEAB Ai"..rsT -Mi. iui:i FLATTERING MENTION. Tnniinir thai tlie kindly mention of t'lianire of editors of the Climax wtulii if ((iiiii.fil to a few papers in 1Ii:n ;r:tii:. C ill itl.'hl t iit we could a: tin- rk of a cliarire of egotism and a ;.!y, reproduce the highly prized cx-pre-M We find, however, tlial our i!'.;or;:il hret hren iH over the State liave .v r helmed usiih nice notices and ;liat 'o rejroili.ce tlieni would so curtail '.he si uce devoted to new that perhaps oLr pal runs wouldn't Maud for it, so we .:"Ci.ir 1 not to do so, and instead thank the dear feiiows from tlie bottom of our heart, even tin-ii,;!! we feel how un v .r...y e are of their pnot opinions. W e wish we coi.!J i ritii them all, es- . i .., ; tin-one thai appeared ir. tlie J,e :.!uii Herald Sunday, the paper a n ii w iik-h we have heen most pleasant ly associa'oj for several years. Praise .'r'.iii .r Kuperi is praise indeed, and li at of K.i.ior lesha l!reckinridf.re is -a'er t ii.-ui his. He is every inch a fen: len.an, a man of at! airs and com hues wi.h tlie irreat eJitor the keen sei.se of me business man and financier. He has built the Heraid from humble iM-.'.ntiiiiirs to a solid foundation and to be a power in the land. We ap predate ti,e '.od w ill of a man of his stanuiiic and lie.' to assure him that it is more than reciprocated. The more ve have l-n thrown w ith him the more we have liked him fur he is in full de cree a nature's nobleman. We shall try t.i iive up to his and the predictions of i.ur oi her beloved brethren of the quill Mid einleavor more than ever to deserve t t.e.r food o pinion S.nce the above was written, the hex iiiMon I.eaer has come in with an un usually nice notice, the more appreciat ed because it is from a home town pa per. Kepublican in politics and edited by Mrs. Annie T. Roberts, the helpmeet in every sense of her late lamented bus hand, Mr. Samuel Judson Roberts. Wiii.n the Titanic went down with its I.jinj or more souls, a very few women VsSP 4m warning, warning, .STORE If YOU WANT oHoDDY THINGS. DON'T COME IN IF YOU WANT TO PAY A HISH PRICE FOR CHEAP THINGS. DON'T COME IN IF YOU WANT TO GET THE WoRJT OF A BARGAIN. BUT IF YOU WANT THE BEJT GOODJ AT THE FAIREJT PRICE, IF YOU WANT CoURTEoUJ TREATMENT, POLITE ATTENTION AND A WARM RECEPTION, THEN COME IN AND WE WILL Do ALL OF THE.SE AND AJJURE YOU A -SQUARE DEALWE WANT YOU TO COME BACK. OUR .STORE S WHERE THE CROWD GoEJ. John R. Gibson & Co. Telephone 500 perished because the men were heroes, who, regardless of their own fates, as sisted in saving the women and child ren first. Their memories are embalm ed in the hearts of all who appreciate fortitude so sublime, but there is a feel ing of disgust and shame for the male passengers of the California which was wrecked otT the coast of Alaska last week, who saved themselves without a thought of the women, whom they per mitted to perish. On the ship there were ?G passengers thirty of whom were lost, nearly every one of them women and children. There was a crew of 75 and all saved themselves but seven. On the Titantic which went down in the Atlantic the cry was "save the women and children first" and it was done. On the California sinking in the Pacific the women and children were last and most of them perished. Such a cowardly crew should not be permitted to man a vessel and male passengers so regardless of the safety of the helpless w ill ever be held in contempt, even if they preferred to be living cowards to dead heroes. The only hero on the ill-fated vessel was a wireless operator, who stuck to his in strument till a falling mast mashed him to death. Mr. E. C. Walton, late editor of the Climax, Ml for Orlando, Fla., Saturday night. He had no idea how much the lieople here thought of him till he at. nouneed his intention to go away. Prob ably if he had he would not have thought of going. It is the way of the world, however, to wait till the last to show interest in those who hunger for it. A mighty good admonition to follow is: Keep not your kisses from my cold dead brow, Tlie way is lonely, let me feel them now. Yesterday's Lexington Herald con tained in full all the speeches made by farming experts at Hon. Johnson X Samdeu's barbecue and we understand that 50,000 copies were printed. Tlie information it contains should be in the hands of every farmer in the State, as it will prove helpful to him in increas ing his crops wiih less of the drudgery usually accompanying slip-shod meth ous oi i arming. rue ana gel a copy for a nickle, or better still, send a dollar and get the daily till Jan. 1st, or four months for the regular price of two. The sugar and wool schedule having been settled by a decisive vote, it begins to look like the Underwood tariff bill will soon be the law. The people have waited long for the glorious consumma tion. Let it not be delayed a moment beyond the time necessary for proper consideration. CEIOLsVErD Weareupwiththc Yo) A RECEPTION AS WARM AS THIS WARM WEATHER. BUT OUFL dOOD VALUES WILL MAKE. YOU HAPPY ANh JOOAVFOTOXBLC dont come into our Ah Atlanta preacher wants to be per mitted to serve out the sentence of Ju lian Hawthorn for using the mails to de fraud and be asked the authorities to be permitted to do so. Of course it will not be granted. Because Hawthorne is the son of the great author petitions are be ing circulated by influential people all over the country for his pardon, but At torney General McReynolds says he will oppose it to the bitter end as he should. Hawthorne, who is considerable of i writer himself, helped to swindle people by telling them slock- in a mythical mine, many of them too poor to give up their good money. He got what was coming to him and should suffer to the fullest extent of his sentence. A man of his intelligence is doubly guilty when he goes astray. The death of Judge Thomas Z. Mor row, of Somerset, whose death is told of in a message to this paper, fills the wriler with genuine sorrow, although he had long passed the allotted spaa of life. He was a splendid lawyer a gen. tleman in whom there is no guile and a friend of every worthy person. He did us a lasting favor in our early youth and did them on other occasions which will always keep his memory green within us. Peace to his ashes. WnAT's getting the matter with the Boyle county people? There are 20 suits for divorce to be tried at the coming court, a number exceeding that of many years before. Surely those whom God has joined together should not so soon be anxious to be put asunder. We fear that the staid little city and conserva live county are getting on to new ways when marriage vows and sacred things no longer attract. It is admitted that tlie Mexican situ ation is grave but we are sure that Huerta will get off his high horse and come to his senses when he sees that President Wilson will brook no delay in his acceptance of the terms presented through Envoy Lind. The President will read his message to Congress an nouncing his policy to the Republic, if answer is not received today. His policy is backed by the world A rumok is current that Judge John M. Lassing, of the Court of Appeals, will shortly resign on account of ill health. The judge doesn't look like a sickly man. We opine if he does resign it will be because he can make much more money practicing law, which he seems to know by heart. Editor Ii k Knott, of the Louisville Post, is daily demonstrating his utter ignorance of i lie currency and banking needs. A fool with a newspaper can do more harm than the devil can with all his angels. Ho.n. J. C. l.nuu iiiiR, of Russellville, has announced for Congress to succeed R. Y. Thomas. The way Mr. Thomas has been behaving lately, it looks like somebody ought to succeed him. PERSONAL Mr. Harris Park spent the week end at Irvine. Mrs. J. R. Johnson is visiting friends in Cynlhiana. Mr. Allen Zaring made a business trip to Iexington last week. Mrs 15. M. Lackey, of Nicholasville is visiting relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Iireck are spending a lew nays in Mason county. Mr. Joe Giunchiglioni is at Carlsbad Springs, Dry Ridge, resting np. Mrs. J. S. Boggs has returned from an extended stay in Cincinnati. Mrs. Florence Thorpe spent the week end with friends in Lexington. Master Neville Witt is attending a house party in Bowling Green. Mrs. J. li. Walker has returned from a visit with friends in llarrodsburg. Prof, and Mrs. J. R. Johnson are back after a slay at Jenkins and Cynihiana. Miss Ellen Gilbert leaves today to ac cept a position as teacher in Georgia. Col. Cleary, 'dispatcher at the L. & A oflice spent the week in Cincinnati. Mrs. John Smith Hays, of Winches- ter, is visiting relatives at Kirksville. Mr. Thomas Berry is visiting his sis. ter, Mrs. W. II. West at Speedwell. Frank Hutchison, of Nicholasville, has been the guest of Harold Oldham. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hamilton spent Saturday and "sunday at bstill Springs. Mr. A. K. McCowan returned Sunday from a visit to bis mother in Virginia Miss Lucy Chenault, of Lexington, is visiting Mrs. Jo Chenault on the Sum mil. Col. II. B. Hanger and son, Paul Hanger, left Monday for Nev York City. Mr. Henry Knight, of Nicholasville, spent the week end wiih Dr. Penning, ton. Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Jackson leave this week for incliesler to make their home. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Parks arrived last night to visit her daughter, Mrs. J. R. Parks. Miss Bessie Dudley entertaiued Sun day at dinner in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Ashby Jones. Mrs. Alex Parrish entertained Tues day evening in honor of Miss Taylor, of Louisiana. Dr. and Mrs. C. H. Yaught and fam ily are spending several days at Crab orcnara springs. Dr. II. N. Quisenberry returned from Battle Creek, Monday, we trust greatly improved in neaun. Mr and Mrs. L. P. Evans are moving this week frcm the Campus to the old a,vans place on North street. Mrs. George W. Parks. Jr.. of the Speedwell neighborhood, is visiting rel atives in Al issouri, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Reid, of Bourbon. are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Geo. IS. Todd, near Speedwell. Dr. E. Gustav Zinke, of Cincinnati, is spending the week with bis son, Dr. S. G. Zinke, at the Glyodon. Mrs. John Richmond and daughter have returned home from a several weeks visit in irginia. Miss Elizabeth Hanger was hostess to a number ot her little friends at Arling ton on Tuesday of the past week. Miss Minnie Aug Broaddus has been with her sister in Paris attending the Lexington and Paris fair. Mr. E. J. Ader. of Cincinnati, and Mr. John Weatherford, of Belle vue, are visiting Mrs. E. E. Adams Misses Alice Ballard and Kate' Brei- nig, of Chillicothe, O.. are euesti of guests of Mrs. Ballard H. Luxon. Mrs. H. C Jasper entertained wiLh an Alhambra party Friday afternoon in honor of Mrs. C. E. Smoot'a visitors. , Mr C. n Pltnn whn iifTarort broken limb, is getting along nicely and win soon ob ouu tuv. vy.d. xayior win go tomorrow to Clark county to conduct a protracted mttatinir It. PrnuiilAnl. Ra 1st i.t J tKupfth . , nr a m i a . . Born to Mr, and Mrs. Elmer Tate on Monday. August 25th. a fine daughter, who has beeu cristened Norma Lackey. M isses Nora Lee Mattie Lewis Hisle of Richmond, were the week end guests of Mrs. Frank Carroll at Nicholasville Mrs. W. O. Chenault was called home from Torringlon, Wyoming, on o count of the serious illness of her hus band. Mr. T. C. Bowman, a native of this city, and Mr. V. L. Augustus, both of Cisco, 111., are visiting relatives in this city. Mr. and Mrs. II. B. Scrivner and fam ily, of Winchester, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Rayburn on the Summit. Mice M.pv Tk Piplrla nnl ArljtinArl thA tfnnnff InHias hriilcA lnh Mnnrlnff ftffAP. noon, xne iropny went vo miss mar- mt - i . . . , ' ii lanne iOinns. MissJennye Dobrowsky has just re turned after a delightful visit to friends and relatives in Cincinnati, O., and Newport, Ky. Mr. Benj. Dobrowsky has returned home after spending the summer at French Lick and West Baden Springs and Bedford, lnd. Prof. Milton Elliott, of Frankfort, was here on business with the Normal School, and being a Mason took part in the celebration. Mrs. S. R. McGinn and little daugh ter, of Beattyville, spent, Thursday and Friday wiih her sister, Mrs. Harry Scrivner. Miss Emma Hendren left Monday for Ida May to teach in the home of Mrs. C. B. English, who was formerly a resi dent of Richmond. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Pates and family and Miss Tommie Cole Covington spent ihe week end with Miss Fannie Harris at Speedwell. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Southern and chil dren, of Lexington, spent the past week with her brother. Mr. O. B. Peyton and family al Newby. Mrs. D. B. Carter and daughter, of Indianapolis, and Mrs. Annie Tye, of Atlanta, are visiting their brother, Mr. John A. Mershon. Hon. J. C, Chenault had to forgo the pleasure of being present at the Masonic celebration, he having to go to Winches ter to take depositions. Miss Gladys Perry, of Richmond, one the prospective brides of the autumn, was among the out-of-town shoppers on Saturday Lexington Tribune. Miss Jesse Crutcher, of Nicholasville. entertained very delightfully last week with a moonlight party in honor of her visitor, Miss Mary Wagets. Mrs. W. II. Miller entertained at six o'clock dinner Saturday evening in honor of Miss Murphy, of Arizona, the guest of Mrs. John Doty. Mrs Emerson Gynne ia entertaining at bridge this afternoon in honor of Miss Ilanna Dean, of Owensboro, the guest of Mrs. Hale Dean. Miss Elizabeth Lyne gave a lovely lawn party at her home in Nicholas ville in honor of Miss Cohen and Mr. Merritt Powell, of Richmond. Miss Elizabeth Burnam who has been with her father in Denver to attend the Triennial Conclave, has gone to visit her aunt, Mrs. John Park, in Nevada. Misses Marianne Collins and Hester Covington, Joe Pruitt Chenault and Overton Harber were visitors at the camp at Clays Ferry Saturday and Sun day. Mrs. Everett Witt is at home after two weeks spent at the Good Samaritan hospital, Lexington. She is somewhat improveed. but still a very sick wo man. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Taylor and child ren returned to thetr home at Sh reeve- port. La . after a two week's visit to Mr. and Mrs. Alex Parrish, on the Lexing ton pike. Among the bright particular stars in Masonry who attended the celebration we noticed "Smiling" Dave Jackson, of London, Guy Johnson and Tom Brown ing, of Lexington. Mr. and Mrs. John Cabell Chenault have moved to Station Camp to make their home. They will be greatly missed by all, but we wish them well in this, their adopted home. Mr. and Mrs. Joe S. Gardner and chil dren came down from Irvine Friday and were guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Mil ler before leaving Sunday for their home in Jacksonville, Fla. Winston Bales entertained Saturday in nonor oi ine loiiowing guests: misses Margaret Noland. Katherine Bales, Mar garet Anderson, of Paint Lick, and Messrs. Joel Park and Dr. Dakins. Prof. Robinson, of the Waco section of the county, was in town yesterday and he said the outlook of the school attendance was exceedingly good this year, lie is the principal of the school there. Mr. Talbott Todd entertained Friday evening at his home on West Main street. The yard was brilliantly illum inated with Japanese lanterns and dur ing the evening frappe, ices and cakes were served. Miss Harriett McCreary has concluded her visit to Miss Elizabeth Shackelford and has gone to Frankfort to be with her grandfather at the mansion for sev eral weeks before returning to her home in Chicago. ' Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Hanger and Mr. Filled Vacant Seat THE Boulgers were about to start on an automobile ride, when a friend who was to have gone tcleohoned that she was too ill to make the trip. Who would have the vacant seat? A telephone call to another friend found her ready and eager to accept the short notice invitation. When it is necessary to change plans, the Telephone is invaluable in making last-moment arrangements. ' CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH COMPANY ZNCOKPOKATBD and Mrs. B. L. Middelton motored to Danville and were guests of Mrs Rich ard Lowndes and her beautiful luncheon given in honor of seventy-five Kentucky friends during the Danville fair. Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Wiggins enter tained with a Lyric party this week, in honor of Miss Sara Wiggins, of Denni son, Tex., and Miss Ruth Wiggins, of Richmond. . In the party were: Miss Cora Baldwin. Mr. George Statleton, Miss Lizzelte Gibbens, Mr. Elmer Hays, Mr. Latimer Allen and Mr. Jas. French. Misses Wiueins. and Mr, and Mrs. Wiggins. Following the performance the party took refreshments in the parlors of the Winchester' Candy Kitchen, and later were guests at the home of Miss Cora Baldwin, where de lightful musical numbers were enjoyed. Both of the honor guests are skilled musicians Winchester Cor. Lexington Herald. Don't miss seeing the Thanhouser kid and kidlet in the Thanhouser feature picture "The Crepe Bonnet," at the. opera house tonight. Special music. 05 NEWS NOTES The Post-office Department rules that letterheads and similar printed matter are mailable under parcel post regula tions as fourth class matter. Thomas Keene, of Philadelpha, en raged because his wife refused to kiss him good-bye. shot and seriously wound ed her and then committed suicide. Jake Motlley, a prominent farmer of Warren county was ambushed at his home Sunday night at 9 o'clock and fatally shot by two unknown assassins. The jury in the case of Leo M. Frank on trial in Atlanta, Ga., for the murder of Mary Phagan, found the defendant guilty. No recommendations were made by the jury. Hon. John M. Alherion of Louisville has been named) to represent the Gov ernment in passing on securiies as the basis for loans under the move-the crop fund deposits in Louisville. Within a short time after he had sav ed Lewis Phillips from drowning, Wm. Ziirelbry, one of the oldest citizens of Taylorsport, was shot and killed by the man whom he had rescued. The indictment of Charles F. Mur phy, the Tammany leader, has been requested of the District Attorney in New York for aliaged conspiracy to put Gov. Sul.er out of oflice. The News Use jrJ, the oldest paper at M 'ddlesboro was sold by a receiver to John M. M iller. president of the Citi zens Bank iSc Trust Company for the creditors. Five persons were killed and three in. jured when the Hoosier Limited of the Monon railroad struck an automobile on a grade crossing near St. Johns, lnd. The chauffeur was racing with the train, Mrs. Callahan, widow of the assassi nated ex-sheritf of Breathitt, and her brother, young Deaton, are held for criminal knowledge of the killing of Greenberry Combs. A Warren county man was arrested at Lexington for bigamy. His wife had been sent to the insane asylum and he married another, telling her a lawyer had advised him that he could marry a,'ain. A mob went to lynch Millard Martin, of Mason county, who had been acquit ted of a crime against his young sister, when he wounded two and shot the heart out of Wm. Dayion, the leader. He es caped, but was captured and lodged in jail. Henry hetser, a well known young larmer or uongo. Laurel county, was found dead near his home. In his pock et was found an empty vial having con tained strychnine, lie nau been mar ried only three weeks. At the Fourth International Congress on School Hygiene in session at Buffalo N. Y., it was stated that out CG1.5S1 mi croscopic examinations for hookworm in eleven Southern States 329,573 of the persons examined had the hookworm disease. Gov. McCreary has appointed Mr. Geo C. Webb, a leading lawyer of Lex ington, as special judge of the Kenton circuit court, to hear the suits filed by Circuit Judges Frank Tracy and Matt Harbeson against the Scripps-McRae Publishing Company and the Post Pub lishing Company for 150,000. The Cheaspeake and Ohio Railroad filed with the Secretary of State a release made by the Fidelty Trust Company, of Philadelphia, on fifty locomotives. and 1,000 flat bottom gondolas. The equipment now becomes the sole prop erty of the Cheaspeake and Ohio Rail road Company, and the mortage was paid off owning to the prosperity of the road. Farmers, mechanics, railroaders, la borers, rely on Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil. Fine for cuts, burns, bruises. Should be kept in every home. 25o and 50c. Sold at all drug stores. Wait! The Oicj One Comes SataFcllaiy., "Sept S ymmr CARS MORE PEOPLE IwH sTl WILD ANIMALS MOKE PRETTY GIRLS 1JLJM- HANDSOME HORSES Positively The Only Show Coming Giving A Street Parade ?tK - :x 'LiJf Mara :1V, 1 f Pei lection Obtainable. He was young, though of serious turu of mind. Conversation was laceing and she was earnestly hoping he would take his leave. Her musings were interrupt ed, however, by his asking: "Do you think perfection is ever ac tually attained in this life. Miss Alice?" "Yes," she answered quickly, "some people become perfect bores." Wall Paper and Interior Decorating We take pleasure in announcing to our patrors and friends that we are better prepared to sup ply their wants in this line than ever before. We have a very complete line of new Wall Papers consisting of the Latest Patterns and Designs which we are offering at very low prices. We do our own work and guarantee same Paints and Varnishes We also carry a complete line the bst Floor Paints, Floor Varnishes, Brushes, Pictures, Picture Frames and Mouldings. Call 4 10 and we will be glad to talk with yon about your work. BJuett and Son A Fine Turn Out and a pleasant companion is an enjoy ment which has no equal on a pleasant day and in a fine country like this. Nature will provide the day and We Have the Turn-Out which we will furnish to you at a verv reasonable cost. Rigs of all kinds and for all occasions may be found here. J. R. Azbill's LIVELY STABLE Phone 89 Richmond. K PERFECT SPECIMENS OF THE GATHERED TOGETHER IITO ONE I IMMENSE'MENAGERIE T LJ rr run linintin Mr- inc. niYirnjreo ur ALL COUNTRIES COMPETE ID FEATS OF DARING AND GRACE. THE PRINCELY SALARIES PAID IT THIS MAMMOTH ENTERPRISE KITE I0IIEB ILL EUROPE OF THEIR HOST VALUABLE ARTISTS. maleWfemale riders. AERIAL ARTISTS. LEAPERS. TUMBLERS. GYMNASTS AND SENSATIONAL DEATH-OEFYIRS FEATS OF SKILL AND DARING BY BOTH MALEMO FEMALE PERFORMERS- A BI6 TROUPE V HIGH-SCHOOL HORSES. THE WORLD'S BEST GROUP OF EDUCATED SEALS AND SEA LIONS. AN IMMENSE Hero of WONDERFULLY TRAINED ELEPHANTS. Two Groups of Forest Breo. MAN-KILLING LIONS PERFORMIRG 11 GREAT STEEL INCLOSURES. r Everything in Ladies' Summer Readytovear Garments and Millinery are cut less than manufacturers' prices B. E. Belue & Co. Main and Collins Streets V BOURBON COUNTY FARM FOR SALE Splendid Bourbon County Farm for eale at Public Auction, on li e II . : :i and Anlioch pike, at 11 o'clock a. in., on Thursday, September 4, 1913 The farm is known as the Brack Smith place, au.l contains nim-iv i ; "f very productive soil, situated about half way beieen Lptin.Mnn a i.l P;ir.. " splendid 5 room house and larire tobacco barn and all necesvirv outii ii! tir .-v I fenced and well watered The neighborhood is tirM claa. Tins is r:r. i ' tunity for some one to secure a very desirable smail larm at a re is..n i! i- At same time and place we will sell thiriy-four acres of unitni .ruvcil i.i .h :i'l joininu'. We will then sell both tracts togother and accept the best bid. TKRMS One-third cash, or purchaser can have privilege of payin.' any i irl of h i ance in cash and stopping interest. We have posit ive instructions to sell this land. For further informs: i..r on address. HARRIS a SPEAKES. PARIS. KV. We will irladly this place to interested parties. Are Your Dollars Busy? Then Use Your Common Cents Many people do not know how inexpensive beautiful things are. You can afford lots of things you believed beyond your purse Prove It At L L lane's Jewelry mm Jilll mm lis J'-J 1 .7 . .-J Richmond, Ky I Store, Richmond, Ky r mam m me 1 '