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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f t I r tJ 1 III 0CC d w c d 4 f IY r r j j f v i 1f it Iit EJc 1I r 0 V 1 t RICHMOND 0 I if9J CLIMAx f g iIf I VOLUME 36 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JUNE 9 1909 NUMBER 1- r J rJWALL PAPER BROW RSDont Buy AnytHing But the Best It is like throwing your money away to buy cheap car pets and furniture It is only a matter of a few weeks when they betray their cheapness and you rue the day you bought them Here the good r kind doesnt cost any more outhancuy here f J c it CARPETS AND RUGS Jf H Note the Prices Quo1dBeiowL sea mlesl Axmlnster regular price 3500 pe clal price 2750 J9Xl Seamed Axminstor regular price 25 00 special price 18 50 Wilton Velvet seamless regular price 27 50 special price 20 00 Velvet regular price f2250 specialj rice 15 00- Axmlnster Carpet regular price 135 ejJeclal price 100 Extra Quality Tapestry Brussels regular price fl10 special price 00 tBeet Tapestry Brussels regular price f100 peclalprico r G5 Velvets regular price f125 special price l 75 Lowell Ingrains be1 in the wotld 60 and 65o ht It f C F Brow ri f Co Furniture Carpets Draperies Wall Papers and Art Goods MAIN AND BROADWAY LEXINGTON KY r When in f Nedl lIPlastenng or te SEEIBURNsmf RUBINSONI I Office and Warehouse on L N R R I i PHONE 14fRICIIMOND We also handle fill kinds of Feed r 4 a fIr Sell aManton f 1JPatterns J OEach T rnA he Right Way to get good work is o buycyourPaperfrom and to date Jne and get an uplodate paper Tianger Spring Music Hear youaThIS call Of the country I pray rrf Co i g You back t umtliacity 1 rfAway Giving To yon An affectionate bid- flacks 4 To theTplace i Where played At AsakidikSpring Is the time r s When it sings Inyour ear r TellingOf That to boyhood 1Yeredear 4 Conjuring us To your citified Gaze iPools Where TouJislied In thoseJ Halcyon days City Is Andifuirs Of distress Germs everywhere The police Cant suppress Pack up your wr robe And pull down your vest Hike for the country And take A long rest The people ollhe United States con some nearly 400000 tons of beet sugar every year IThts however it but a drop in the bucket of the total amount ofsugar we eat as we import from Europe about 3000COO tons more livery year rQONT WAIT IF YOU ONLY KNEW HOW SCOTTS EWtSION would build you up increase your weight strengthen your weak throat and lungs and put you ia condition for next winter you would begia Inking it now Ttko It la a llttto cold milk or water SOc and Loo An DnigsUtS YH E SFTANOAR0 OF THE WORLD ho412fyou WALL PAPER 1 Shall We Pool The question in every ones mouth is Are we going to poor this year ekedthispastmouthand every time he has been asfcecfit will wager he has asked the party asking it Are yeu going to pool11 This is the whole question Are you going to pool It makes littlB difference what the leaders say or think but what the people say or swingtosettledHowThere Is just as much reason to pool tliis year as there ever wall and mote and more can be accomplished than ever The business system to handle the pool Is established the people have money ahead the business world has been shown the practicability of our plans our opponents have learned to respect us fierce opposition is crushed and those who refuse to join heretofore axe every where declaring their intention of being in the next time We are inclined to think there will be a pool because we believe in the peoples common senseA S of E Tobacco News C R Klnger the Jeweler 1060 Virginia Ave Indianapolis Ind writes I was so weak from kidney trouble that I could hardly walk n hundred feet Four bottles of Foleys Kidney Remedy cleared my complexion cured my backache and the irregularities disappeared and I can now attend to business every day and recommend Foleys Kidney Remedy to all sufferers as it cured me After the doctors and other remedies had failed Foleys Kidney Remedy will cure any case of or bladder disease that Ifis not beyond the reach of medicine Sold by Stockton and HaganA Rubber Wedding Brother Gumpers Ufawell aah me and muh wife done sallybrated our rubber weddin last night and WhatIsatvtBrother GaumpersOur rubber weddin sah We done invited bout a dozen of our friends over to chicken supper with a little gin and music afterward and mighty nigh de whole rest o de culled popcilation stood outside and rubbered in thoo de windo If you are going to have yonr house refreshened with new wall paper gee B Juett Son tf Stay on the One of the mOet FarmIbe seen n New York hundred comparatively young men standing in line file waiting for the free distributing of one fourth of n oaf of bread each this bunch having stood there for hours the same being unable to get employment to earn n living If the boys in the country knew how the thousands of poor peo ple in the city longed lor a little land in the country on which to live and get the fresh air then they would hesitate before leaving the good old country farm for the crowded tenant houses of the city The cities are over run The oppor tunity to make money there opens only to the man who has money and thous ands of them go broke The safest place is on the farm If the people in the country knew how onehalf of the sown people lined they would buckle Iowa to work and save motley in the country If the farming class would lIck to their work six days each week he year round as he laborer in the city must do or lose wages and be youngImore successful Ex Editors Troubles It IS reported that one of the fastidious newly married ladies ol this town kneads bread with her gloves on say an exchange This incident mav be somewhat peculiar but there are othersThe editor of this paper needs bread with his shoes on he needs blend with bin shirt on ho need bread with his pants on and unless some of the delinquent subscribers of this Old Ragof Freedom pony up before long be will need bread without a damn thing on- Men Past Filly la Danger Men past middle life have found confortand relief in Foley Kidney Remedy especially for enlarged prostate gland which U very common among elderly men L E Morris Dexter Ky writes Up to a year ago my father suffered from kidney and bladder trouble and several physicians pronounced it enlarge ment of the prostate gland and ad vised an operation On account of his ago we were afraid he could not stand it and I recommend Foleys Kidney Remedy and the first bottle relieved him and after taking the second bottle he was no longer trou bled with thU complaint Sold by Stockton Hagan High Bridge Chautauqua A Chautauqua will be held at High Bridge Ky June 18th to 28th under the auspices of Dr VI L David son President National Bureai at Washington Dr Geo R Stuart Southern Lectur r and Humorist and Dr RM Standifer Lecturer They will give one of the greatest programs ever offered in Ken tacky Governors Senators and many other prominent speakers lee turers humorists etc will bo on the program The special days will lo June 20h 22nd 24th and 27tK An auditorium is to be built to seat 4000 people Special Individual tents for use of those attending Chautauqua will be placed in High Bridge Park This will afford accomodalions for those who wish to spend a pleasant week in camp For accomodations in tents address R M Standlfor High Bridge Ky A dining room will be especially fitted up to serve meals The officials of the Quscn Cres cent Route will make special rates during the Chautauqua and run special trains HoltS that have recovered from an attack of cholera are immune to the disease There are hogs that pass through an epidemic of the sickness and ate not affected by the contagion Such animals are natural tommies Immune hogs are inoculated with the blood of animus sick with clnlera and become hypreiminune and such treat ed hogs are rendered immune by vaccination Barred Plymouth Rock Eggs 100 per setting of 15 eggs Mrs MFArbuckle 2in Silver Greek Ky For Sale For wall piper see B Jnett Son They sell it and hang it at reasonable prices You dont have to wait they have it in stock Phone 449 tL For indigestion and stomach trou bles take Foleys Orlno Laxative as it stimulates the stomach and river and regulates the bowels and positively cure habitual constipation Foleys Orino Laxative cure sick headache and biliousness and on account of its mild action and pleasure taste is especially recommended for women and Sold by Stockton and Hagan For Your DaughtereMake Her sappy Make Her Room Pretty It one she will be proud to show to her friends Make TaJkI l Willow furniture especially suitable for a girls bedroom It is dainty comfortable and reasonable in price It is cool in summer And equally pleasant in winter The arm J iteTables of willow that are round or square or sewing tables with pockets for her work may be bad There are even desksof willow Finished in red green or natural color to suit your taste Buy her a STEARNS FOSTER MATTRESS and you will be sure her bed is Comfortable Many girls at school break down because they dont have proper rest at night Sleep is Natures L restorative and a SJEARNS FOSTER MATTRESSsoft and J bouyant wooes sleep and helps to make it sound and WladllOrtrefreshingIyr adl all STKAUNS FOSTER goods on sixty nights iJ Qurmonr haclsatthecud of that Slat ToawantU J OLDHAM and LACKEY r 7 J f rn i t Day Phone 76 aSPeclatNightty TEE RllSTLINQ cAsa STORE 0 30 Days Reduced Prices r We Sell May Manton J5Patterns IOc Each r t t Owing to our having been so Hindered during the early spring season by the repairing on pur store front we find ourselves with entirely t1fo y spring goods to carry over Therefore for the next thirty days wjt 11 J a A 1 r EXtraoI dInary c- tf j1Iivy 1 f C t a ues1 j L ins orderao reduce our surIns stock We are one housey which alwa rshas willdoneu t 0 pi principle of telling the truth about our merchandise and giving our patrons the most and the best for their moneyIt has been our greatest r 1desire to have our friends buy from us without any fear misrepresentation on our parts and to command greater volume of business by l 1r t absolutely honest methods Iiv anythinginin 4 s mmer goods in our store at reduced prices and we ask you to come nameandJj many prices but we have stocks of goods to selland it will be very profitable to toyouar Goods a lVaists Suits Skirts etwillsur prise t you by offering suits fromuB I 4 f t TFULrY YOURS t f e w f f J C irXr rr rs r 7litf i 1 I p r Y 0 t w r rr IfKAJNrt gqi ct f tc t t a H I fr f fI f F 1 m aQ r ill vrJ2JV 1Ti1II r gTT ww I n C o 1l0 0 1 L1 J 1 t 4 If L t Keep Co l J1tL oniforta lt 1a J l = F3y Weanng r Munsing 2 Union SuitsThe very nicest underwear you can buy also the most economical They are perfect fit ting fine quality light weight noniritating and nonchaffing Once you wear the Mu sing Underwear you will always wear it PRICES RANGE FROM SOc to t5O OWN I McKeeL I The Richmond Climax fiERY WEBIESUT IT THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO Incorporated A D MILLER Prost and Mangr LOUIS LANDRAM Editor Ilisi4 PMSS ASSASIAnOrl a E6 rtfBWTER IEAWEv TWICE 100 PER YEAR- IN ADVANCE WEDNESDAY JUNE fl 1900 WITH thh issue Tho Climax begins the thirtysixth year of its existence The paper has been published contin uously during all this time although under several different managements It has been under the present management since 1800 It is our earnest desire to give you a good paper and we appreciate the generous assistance given us by the public It is im possible to print a paper to suit every body as is well known but we strata our efforts to do what is right and treat everyone fairly We appreciate suggestions from our subscribers and are very thuffui indeed when given an item of nnws It is impos sible to get all the news and any item phoned or handed our repre sentatives is thankfully received Fi om a business standpoint we have bv hard work manaedto keepsoul aud body together The inclination tj send away for work which can be d ne in oflices of the home newspa pers prevails to a very large extent and we like the other publishers have suffered ther from However we are deeply grateful for the support received and begin our new volume with renewed deTerminationto give you a good paper one loyal to its party and the peopleof Madison at all times and under all circumstances A California mat claims to have discovered a process wfcBreby the drunk is eliminated from whisky without reduoing its oxhilerating powers This leads Editor Beckham of the Frankfort Journal to say If he is correct in his idea he will have contributed materially tothe pleas uro of the fellow who imbibes largely as Ji6 would be enabled to own the earth and walk on it at the same timea dual pleasure that has been denied him under the present sys tern Tile colleges over the country about through with graduating exercises ar l many orators have been turned loose upon the cold cold world to begin the arderons tasc of findin work Raving spent the best part of their I res mastering different languages they will now begin to scan the Help Wanted columns of the newspapers to rind any old job at any pld price ljupthe meeting will bo one of the most pleasant the Shriners have ever held Tie Order of the Mystic Shrine is an auxiliary to the Masonic bodiesnone can join save he boa Knight Templar It has been rightfully called the play groud of Masorrry MAnE some day the news dis pitches will give as much space to President Taft as they do to Private Citizen Roosevelts hunting trip But notsoon It is a great deal more in teresting and more popular to bird L1e peevish lion in his den thai It Is to nppoiiit a post master for some ratal town TnK afternoon of Thursday has Ixjen roIJRcds the startling nn inuncemont In the Danville Adyt g cte society column Agrcatmn3iyr- jiijwspaper men will be glad to It1r Itj as that is their tlnjp for to poi3 Ant it would Be hnnto get al0ng witlnttt Thursday tStnoSj S A pretty aad popular girl misses llf- gOQilii d alMiHrig tfiejyouiag oalofiisva sop i You dont have all the tro Abies in the world A New York man of wealth committed suicide the other day because he could not spend his income satisfactorily as it kept ac cumulating too fast and spoiled all bis rust hours Lot us pity the rich the poor can pity themselves THOSE maps showing results of the local option election mark the wet counties blaok the dry counties spot ted and thoso in which no elections hnv been hold white According to lho cilor schema the only pure coun ty1sthe one that has not held ah election Thoughts of cool lake breezes or sheltered nooks along a lazyrivers bank are bound to interfere somewhat with a mans labors these days TEXAS reports a fall of hailstones weighing ten poundd What a relief to read of a hail storm where the stones were not as large as hen eggs What has become of the oldfashion ed woman who used to say of a baby Well no matter so long as its healthy WE are not exactly certain that we prefer the golf stick to the bear rifle as the White House emblem i Personals Ii Hits Caliie Moeser has returned to her homo iu Milton Ky Mrs T S Thod and Miss Bees White spent Saturday in Frankfort Miss Anita Hite of Anchorage has entered the Normal school Mrs R J Patten of Lexington came M mday to visit relatives here Mrs Sallie lIur and Mrs Stella Hur of Lexington have been visiting here Mies Lyde and Dan West of Hich olaavitle visited friends rt this week Mrs Eramitt Million and children have returned 10111 visit to Louis yule London Echo Mr C It Barnelt formerly of London but now of Rich mood was in town Sunday Miss Sue Woods who has been visit ing friends l ere has returned to her home in Stanford Mr and Mrs James Black of Win chester are visiting her parents Rev Henry Clark at Wnco Mrs Bechain Lackey and daughter Geneva are visiiiugjier mother Mrs Mollie Powell in Kicholasville M sses 4DQe npd Ethel Heacor of Lexington have been visiting their sister Mis Elmer Dealherage Ir BH Gibson and H M BAaty are attending the Confederate Reunion at Memphis Tenn this week Mr and Mrs Giles harris leave this week for Mt Vernon Missouri for a visit to friends andielatives Airs Theodore Wilson has letumcd from a visit to her daughter Mrs George Frazier atVise lIlD own Miss Eifie Barton who has been the cuest ot Miss Hattie Stanberry in Barbonrville has returned home Mrs Ann Walkerof Huntington W Va is vrSitiug her children Mrs Janice Biirusidd audJ JJ Walker Mrs Cabol Chenaultof Tucumcari New Mexico is visiting her father Mr Win Urutcher and other relatives Mr A D Miller of The Climax who has been illbr some days is recuperating in Irvine and Ejtill conny Mr aud Mrs Sam It yse and sun Stanley returnuil Saturday from aviatE to his pnrcntuaud brother Basil Royse at IttOhitnnidNicbuIasvIhIe News MS Cienault Willis of Nicholad yitfr is vuitiujj her mother Mrs Fiu npwlr has ben quite ill but isiii proving J Mrs J B Iarreiit of Gainesville fin who is ndwVtn LpuijjvIlle is ex peeled it jijJewlffiSyB tfi visit airs ItT rGoptri tf 3M VT JiitMrk B BahkBlkre attending tp annual meeting of tb- Fedeto of Viniiiita 0nis in Owtmbcro ProfC Unckcr Ailnms of Chicago itnd Pot Coleman Adams ot lee land are guests of their sisttir Miss Lucy AdanYaVpti Wiltaisd Avenue t831s t MuIiiuiiiiie ot RtchfJl- UHiUjf bt pitted aiwicisim o I- TIflL1J c vloflhli4t at the wedding of Miss Elna Talbott and Mr Wade Whltley which will take place in Paris tomorrow Rev D Clay Lilly was in the city a sbort time Saturday to see his mother who is ill at the Knglo House Mr Lilly and wife will leave their home at Wlhriore in a few days for a trip going to New Orleans and then to New York Stanford Journal Mrs G fJ Perry went to Richmond Wednesday for hei little son Ico whowas taken ill while visiting there 0 F Chenault and wife and Miss Lizzie Hisle of Rich inond are guests of Mrs E P Woods Lancaster Record J W Arnold wife and children of Richmond are iuestsolrs JS Johnson Roy Good and MIss Lucy Walker Doty wereJn Richmond SundayMisa Came Adams visied Miss Lee Prather at Richmond Sunday Mrs A W Kavauaugli is in Richmond with Mrf Geo Ballew A very handome picture of Mrs T J Smith of this city appeared in Sat urdays Louisville Times Mrs Smith is chairman of the Civics committee of the State Federation of Womens Clubs and is attending the annual meeting in Owensboro this week Mr and Mrs Dan Ohenanlt attended the marriage of Miss Olive Daut and Mr Henry Bos worth in Louisville Thursday The wedding was a bril liant affair and attended by many prominent people in the state An elegant dinner was served in the private dining room of the SelebacK Madisoncounty friends will be glad to hear of the improvement In condi tion of E H Walker of Paint Lick who has been quite ill at a Louaville hospital His son Mr Wood Walker was here Monday and reports his fathers condition as greatly improved and be will be able to come home soon MisEea Nora And Minnie Zttle gave a prettx birthday party Wednesday afternoon from two to five oclock Mn honor Of their nephew XXyde ttir Lowtoy of Huntington W Va and Elijah Brown Carroy at Waco their birthdays falling on the same date About 3 little boys and girls were present and enjoyed the delightful afternoon The color scheme was white and pink 4 Money All Gone Under Villson and his Republicar State regime Kentucky now faces a deficit of f1500000 And it is assert ed by the Owensboro Messenger that the deficit is all the more serious and all the more inexcusable from the fact that when Governor Willson tool office he found in the treasury the neat sum of 1400 QOall now gone ind more than that sum with it The question isnrrjt one of politics but of State administration It has nothingof partisanship in it The question is one of cash which the Governor found to the Credit of the State when he took office and which has been swallowed up through in competent administration and through the enormous sums to which the State has been subjected during the socalled military campaign in which the Govrrnor indulged the year of grace 1908 and which term tptbeThere are todayno less than 800000 of claims against the State unpaid The administration of Governor Will son not only signalizes its incom potency in that regard but signalized that incompetcucy by factious and in excusable opposition to the appro priations made by tho last legislature in aid of education through the nor pint schools of the State and through the university qf the administration of Governor Willsoa could have con trolledithe judiciryund it could nqt ttieodueatlonalapproprlat1oas w hveMtn nal1dsomeamount- bl1 e 5tate treasury which his ad rmaislration could have utilized for other purposes and the absolute failure of hs administration would notffeave been so glaring The rile cational Interests of tho State would have been rctartcd bat tkat would have eat no figure with an dpiR j tration which opposed the ipprppric Lions and southe aldof the courts to defeat Ckent Se Jajof W H BkY 0- 11DGraoit Kywitejieosp- t IM k fc t- j ZwTkey sca4C1nh8 Won Lostictt Pt7inchctitetllrnnkrorth hJ6 If 1ParLae12 v iaV XJ iLSIaClLJiIle Lost To Lexington In t listless uninteresting gatae Ihe Pidnsers went down in defeat last LexiuKtonCo1tTho Richmond team was somewhat crippled by tho absence ot Glenn who took a leave of absence w1thouJUie knowledge of the niaD m s while beforosuddenwas his ieavics ifseemed to disorganize the entire team Whittaker was called in from left field and put on second base Johnson going to short and Parrish to loft Allot the men plavrd very well in their new places especial ly Johnson bnt thcro was a lack of team work nod a great lack of ginger on the part of the entire team Stone was on the slab for Richmond and performed fairly well but he too seemed to be suffering with the same trouble the other playeis were lack of life and allowed thee of LexiugtenV six hits in the fifth inning which netted them three runs The home boys pot two more hits than the visi tprs7 but they usually came after two menwere out consequently but lew runs could be scored Robbins started in to pitch for the Colts and did his duty well until Manager Sheets became frightened in the seventh iunitg and yanked him out and sent Baker in Why lie did this we could not understand for he was dqing nicely and would have won his game if left alone Tbescore121 4 5 6 7 8MR LexingtotiO 0 0 0 3 0 Il 05- lt1chmond010O0000i2 fitWonThose who failed to see the game Thursday between the Pioneers and the Lexington Colts missed one of the best games of the season Although the grounds were a little heavy from recent rain the fielding of both teams woe fast and the score was kept down by classy work Happy Doyle made his first ap pearanco ot the seaeoti in the box for Lexington and except in the first inning he held our sluggers safe lIe was especially strong with men on bases eleven Pioneers being left On one occasion the fist three men to face him made hits and still he retired the side without a score Although Richmond won by the score of 2 to 0 it really should have been 0 to 0 for our two runs were made on errata Creager pitched for Richmond and it was bin masterly work that won the game for us Only three hits were madeoifhii delivery all of them by Downing and as a consequence the Colts were not dangerous at any time Thpy were as helpless before him as babies and ho toyed with them through out the game The soarol 2 3 4 5 G 7 8 dR- Richmond2O 000000 x2- LexibgtonJ 00 0 0 0 0 IYOO Summary Hits Richmond 7 Lex ingtoa 3 Two base hits Dawson Bases on ball Oil Doyle 5 Struck out by Creager 4 by Doyle 4 Lose To Frankfort Our sturdy atjiletes went to Frank ford Friday for a series of to games with the Lawmakers and they succeeded in losing the first one by the score of5to3r- hiegtine started off like it would be easy for the Pioneers lint as it grew oldorit was sueu that they were up ngainst a hard proposition Every thing went hieelv for the Pioneeis un til the fifth inning when Golden who was pitching tar Richmond lost his cunning and the Lawmakers found him for enough bits to net three runs At this juncture Kno was called in from collier and put in but two more runs were scored before the side could be retired This was all the Law makers could do but it was sufficient for three scores were all our boys could get forIFrankfort aud although he won his game it was by a close margin for on more than one occa ion a hit by a Pioneer would have won the game lor Richmond Revenge The Lawmakers got sweet revenge Saturday for the large scores by which they were defeated while on their last trip here by giving the Pjoneers tile worst defeat they have received thjs year The contest was too onesided to be interest ag tho Lawmakers pounding tWQ of our pitchers unmer cifully getting 22 hits good for 15 scores Knox was the first pitcher sent in and in two and one third In lungs the Lawmakers found him for 10 hhs and four Ecores jCrenger was then sent to the reecue but his life boat was not in good condition and the whole team went down under the theoverwhelming scores of 15 to B Ruy Wright was in the box for the Lawmakers and his pitching was too much for our batters they getting only seven scattered hits The most unfortunate thug of the whole game was the accident which befell Johnson In the fourth inning iirslldinj to second hits ankle was bad ly sprainedand he had to be carried from the field This is greatly to be re- grettedfor the team is already some what patched up and this will make us still weaker It is to be hoped however that the injury is not as serious AS hasbeen reported Johnson is one Bfthermosl valuable men on the team and his absence will be keenly felt Zimogki the new short stop played his first game withthel teamjmd he land two errors but they were likely dnq to nervousness rather than to lack of ability Any how we will suspend judgement until we see him perform- oil the local lot At Lexington Sunday Richmond was again defeated by the close score of i too Three thousandfans eaw the ganfJ Kn9x and Dawson cOll1posedI thVbatteryjfor Richmond sor + sa e was by Doyle In the seventh Notes Johnson seems Id be aWe to play any whinri flisiplayiignt short in Tees day jarno Wasa rni fa lon to the inns Glenn will not 1 a missedno maC wliei the boys have had tune to get pvef the shock lexiitgton liHff beeu Ki aUy wtthaaW bv tbf addition of fIP-MI 4Jl Jyi4lg 1Iioe to 1ptigIIW life ti N v v = = j I ILr 1 Lirt H ct E GOOD lf AUNDRYGr j i Most People Do i 11 i f Lyus a trial package Try us your next t t jHfrjr I o package too large or too small You are entitled i the best for your money 1 1 f 4II I J Phone 118 r and our wagon will call for same RICE ARNOLD iyONE PRICE HOUSE ITHE Agents for Peerless Steam Laundiiy Ib e L 1 BASE BALLRICHMOND vs PARIS Today June 9 WINCHESTER June 15 At RICHMOND League Park 330 p m lute the team Pud Parrish made a record in Thursdays came Although lie faced the pitcher four times he was given a tune at bat Re got his base on bill three times and was hit by a pitched ball the other tune Neither did III have a putout and assist un error in fact he was not in the game BO far as the official score shows Sally Clearer is certainly pitching great ball these days Only eight hits have baen made off of him 10 the last three games He is rapidly becoming the idol of the fans Although Doyle failed to make good at Montreal he will show the Bue Grass leiguers Eometbing before the season is over He has certainly got the gods Dawson is the Wagner of this league The pitchers refuse to put them any where near the plate when men are on bares He gets too anxious to Jilt sometimes and reaches for wlla ones Let them go by Happy aiidialk Old Whit is some Infielder thank you lIe hns been playing second base like a Huggins Ho is gvod anywhere you put him Thoss is the best catcher In the league about coaching and encourag tug the pitcher He is always talking He is time right man in the right place- A postal tRim Pres Kulloge who is in Giuada las he is huniintr for batters who can hit any pitcher and for pitchers no batter can hit That would make a great combination wouldnt it You can po itivoly wash away all those itching skin d senses which cairo np in Summer limo You cn wa h1 them awav with a soothing lotion of Oil of Wiutergreen properly compounded The instant this mild soothing Hqnid is applied that awful itch is gone EC zema snflerere all over the world who have used the 01 of Wiutergrern Com p untied have testified to the merits nf this Oil as compoupded in DIDPrescription If you are suffered from summer rashi s poison ivy poison oak straw berry rash or the more severe oYms of heat ou will find this D D D Cum pound a sure totief from the itch riold by Stockton and Hxgan Piecrust Promises Georgetown Times Before the presidential election the people were let to believe that the Republican party would eivq them spme relief by reducing the tariff on a number of articles thatentered largely into gen eral use and consumption but they are opening their eyes to the fact that they have been deceived In the tariff plnak of the Republican party a revision was promised The people knowing that they wanted very natnrally concluded that revision and reduction means one and tho same thirg They were purposely misled Senator Aldridgo and other extremists now toll the public tatrnvision meant an increase or a change upward The people hive been deceiv edthat4s so rnanv of the people Sb ever believed that Republican party would bring any relief in this direc tion Sure Catarrh Cure Brings UIC Forests el Pine aBd Eucalyptus 13 Year Hezac Germs cannot live when Hyoraoi It used You breathe in this sooth lug yet most powerful antiseptic air and relief is immediate It i exactly the same air ns you would breathe in the forests of pine and eucalyptus of Australia wherecatarrh or consumption was never known toexint If have catarrh and are constant ly embarrassed because you roust hawk spit anti snuffle enrelv you will give Hotnei the attention it deserves when B L Middelton will guarantee this pleasant remedy to cure all this distress wad humiliation or will return your money Hyomel kills catarrah germs it re- lIeves soreness and distress in five minute It stops hawkfnjr and snuff ine and makes YOU feel like a new man in a week It is tile surest anil most satisfactory catarrah treatment known and givescomfort and relief to consumptives A complete outfit including iiihukr costs but SUOO and rxra Iwtttks if afterward neededIcoot hut tO A few niiiinteB ilne each day is alt you ndto qtiiokly cure thtnf Hchioni ww IJYIJJil FQ by adirtf drnfgiets MIONA tronWmbi aMcares1 M d 4- kbk bctb-taJ1 eT iiK towaa 1Jtti t t Where Are They- A poet pathetically asks Where are the girls of yesteryear We answer theyre gone gone with the boys who used to grease their hair with bear oil scented with bergamot gone with the old ladles who used to wear sunbonnets with pasteboard slats in them and who seasoned their apple pies ith allspice Gone with the oldfashioned people who poured their tea in a saucer and blewit to cool it Gone with the old ladies who gay catnip tea to the babl s to cure colic Gone with tho oldtimo little girl who wore long pantalets made of nan keen with frills on the bottom Gone with the bootJAck and the candle snuffers Gone with the old farmers who wore harp door trousers and greased SumbyI duster and the worn lined with unbleached muslin Gone with the old ladles who baked little custards for tea when they had company and ornamented the edges of the pits with a thimble to make them loik fancy Gone with the shothag money purse anti the Shaker bonnct Hone goje forever from tho earth Alas and can it bfc Oakland Tribune What Telephone Girls Know You had better keep on the right side of the telephone girls forth j sit in their chairs and listen to the vo1cttsfruin everywhere She hears all the news knows who is happy and who has tie blues she knows all our sorrows she knows all the girls who are chasing the boys she knows ol our troubles sho knows of our strife sha knows every man who id mean to his wife she knows every time we an out with the b ys she hears all the excuses each fellow employs she knows every woman who has bad a dark past she knows everyman jyho is inclined to be faa in fact theres a secret ncath ent saucy curl otthe quht demurelooking erefl one girl It the telephone girTh would tell all that she knows it would turn half out friends lnto the bitterest foes she would sowa small wind that would span be s gale engulf us in trjublo andjand us in rinIho would let go a story which gaining in force would cause halt our wives to sue for divorce she could get all the churches mixed in a fight and turn all ourdays into sorrowing nigil in fact she C9uld kep the whole town in a stew if shed tell the tenth part of the things she knew Now doesnt It make your head take a whirl when think what you owe to the good little h Ho piils p Bryan On Liquor Questior WJ Bryan having beer unable to acctptau invitation to addrers the Florida Legislature sent a letter to the Govenor and members of the General As mbhy in which ho said I will not discuss the liquor question because different phaseq of the suliject are presented in different outes and not sulHclently well ac qainted with the situation in Florida to offer advice I venture to say how ever that there is a reform which ought to receive the support of all no matter whether they believe In prohibition or in the regulation of the liquor tariff throagb the license sy tem The reform that I speak of is this that the Federal govcrnmeiit 1 saoujd disCO a ti1Ia tile issue of Keens for the sale of liquor in teriitoryn where the local authorities have pro hibited the sale No matter whether the prohibition operates over nn en tire Slate whenever tbe local author ities decide to prohibit thi fale of liquor their d cistoii onkt to here 1 theFedE10veTDt luentslRJ1dsy 1vlollethet terms gov crnaitntin to riosive 25 frr tach jo i SC issued amA UM f fhiesaie toisll jktlMlfttIke 1u4 Mtkofitfai jHwhiUtUlkiMM the cfett of inttiag wmkftt to i bra Urn toe w i i pIM I- baii=It J J t if Oldest Banker Wanted The Sharpsbarg World would like to find the banker not over 60 years of age in the State of Kentucky who has served the longest term as an officer in such an institution and Ne will give a nice little prize to the one who establishes the fact that he Is not more than 60 years old and has served the longest continuous term as a bank official Now bankers of Kentucky get busy and lilt the editor of The World Sharpsburg Ky hear from you Our exchanges will confer ft favor by copying this item Heres Your Chance- A lone widow in Columbia City wants the editor to find her a husband and writes him the folio wine Appeal Dere Professor Editor I would like fer you to put in yer paper a notice of husband fer me I am 38 years old have clothes and there will be no dentists bills fer my teeth are all ok kin ccok a stake wosh deshes an grace tho parlor fine Also player on the accordeen and am a very good looking woman and have already had two husbands They air ded but their graves air green and tended to all on account of me Any loving man of wait over 120 answer please Mo dudes Freaks of Fashion- NJ buttons for mens coats this season and this makes it easier for the man to buttonhole you and ask you what theyre going to do pith hQ tariff Atlanta Journal prohibitory tariff on millinery ind dress buttons might arouse enthusiasm in some quarter justnow Cleveland Leader Anyhow fruit and vegetables hat trimmings atqa heap better than the butcher shop trophies ot bird millin ery Milwaukee Sentinel A jJtilroit rector has drawn the line on the girl in the basket hat We knew that hat was an aUlction but uevSr thought it was a sinBalti more Sdn I never saw a suffragette wearing a fashitinable hat sana milliner At this season sncna statement icsUB increased respect for the- iufiragcttrsCleveland Leader Notice I hao rented and repaired and furnished with new furniture the up Uairs partof the Dilllngham Building recently bought by tiic Elks and am prepared to accontodate transient and regular lardem Elesse give me a all N A Durham 3m Compare Rheumaline Fairly Dont think all cases of Aaumatism are alike Rheumatism o30 years ia not as early cured as rheDtp ism of a few weeks Dont a proprie tarv medicines are alike The average temporary relief and knocks the stomach ont while It Rheumnline wjll not injure tbestomachnoraffecttheheart as It contains no Injurious drugs or opiates Read this I have suffered with sciatic rheu matism for years the attacks coming each winter I had an attack a short time ago a very severe oueJcontinu Ing for four days being confined to my bed all the time I parchascd a bottle of Rhumaline from the Taylor rsaacs Drug Co In a lay out plOvingAfterentirely wellfPerry is the sole agent for Kheumaline1 slid know it cures rheumatism lumtego scia kI4neylivtrb1addpr caused by uric acid Hbenmalinc Hapsnles stop pain Immdiatelyand the Tablets relieve constipation It is a uric acid antltoxIcNvih power For RentS Three rooms over Singer Sewing Machine office on Second street apply this office tf Switches and puffs majle tq orier Stock on hand to select from I also have in stock triangles InsInfact everything in hairdressing I antee to reslorin grey hair tpitstorisinal color Call and see me aftJ Walnut St Mrs Alice Harptar I bnj hair and combings audclf4pitgs t3m Notice Parties who have recently hd photo raphs made anti hsvd place their orders to be finished also those who have not placed theii orders but have had sittings are reqi ssted to call at Schlegel studio as so4n as pcs ible in In order that work nx y be con pletcd Mrs J U Sch fgel Fully Guaranteed It in satisfactory to know hit any article rnrchased is fully pnani feed by tho company Suck is the c with Spirella Corse which is sold j Miss to DeheralSe who be liased to fill alt orders thi Jr8et is anrable and comfortable as M14J rAe is prepared to fit anv t S ray Hogs pigsVerefoundand have since bim cafeiTbr rDIe Owner can hav same by raving property sOd piiig all charjic Nathan Bros dus Tobacco raiser oji the Collin inim Otter Creek pike 2t For Sale Tobacco Sticks Stove Wood 6 Cord Wood for Sale Oscar Osborne Phone 434- Richmond Ky House For Sale Sixroom cottage corner Fifth street and Mbberly avenno five room cottage and six room house east side Fifth St near Moberley Property in good re pair Terms to suit Inquire D E FLORA or write 1m MILO SHANKS Elmira N Y We are feeling pretty good Many thanks Awful busy drinding wheat Maur thank Like to see the Zirincs hustle Tnrn the Hnr without bustle Giving all thin rest a tussle Many thanks J W Zaring Grain A Mill Company Resumed Business Having been out of the painting and paper businrss for nbont four years have decided to ajajri resnme this cliss olwork and use thfs method to ask a share of your patronage guarantee big first class work in every respect The people olflicbtnonduntI Madison cunty are familiar with my work such as paper hanging painting var niahing etc I shall take greats pleasue in making estimates on any wdyou may desire in this liiie no matter how email time job Keep splendid line of wall paper from which to select Thanking you for past favors and earnestly soliciting a share of your future business I am Respectfully W L Leeds 141 Second SL tf Richmond Kv The Neighbors Say My Breads the Best fcbiit because my Gas Range bakes evenly and my oVem heats in seven minutes I find Gas cheaper than wood coal or gasoline Richmondr q Wter Light Goi I I L1 io a wJ I t 1 Come in rid SeOurt t Simpi ode 66 i TUb 1IItS i the correct threepifece I and twopiece 1t j tailor modes in ev ry material newv f styles and new coforings Iy I f i1 Lingere rracessj tV r1Jjrt J I of every descriptipri n imle shades as itiJib well as white A nicelineI of the i TA1kOREcD r C pND f LINGER i ASTScIt1 f Comt1ahd get first choiceI i itf I BWik4LJa J Ife T foufferOldest Established Tailoring House 1 1 1f 1 4eoie En ishIII PLUMBI l 1 DoctorforA 1 I G sonc GaSJline gi s1 Jt11ll + jkF3rsICALL AND SEEciBern is 7T4cco 2ransplaiIr the tevir manufactured rjjshowy u where it will tavsfyou moneyt We also handle a very compete l eof farming implements iiclijdihg the COhi4iOrS- OOE1IOO1CIfffl 7 Its Buildingtflme you intend to erect a ho r house barn or other jfuildiripv I will be to mak rawmgs and submit prices on y r work Repair work and prompy ne First clAss work guaranteed Get irnate befQte making contracts for anything h carpentes line JI b cS c JHFFR1CL1MONDKy r WhySerr wcili1c who wrapper arIuj lirections for1 the last half centr use iXCflIFl Te1iblenttfl8liQiill t1niost any case fCTako CAH 111111 1kIi wb i9urmWclce114fALLDRU dI lie ClMhes ARETHE BEST- CLOTHES L 3en h Tailored Rgidy t- oWGuaranteedot to fV Shrinlrr Jade r 50years exp ierceth factory guarantee in isuits tallsizes from smallest Boy to largest man Newest stock Jj city to from Fine Line New Style L 1 Hatsand Furnishing Goods Suit v Gasesj Trunks Umbrellas etc at lowest prices for high class goods FJi BI toc in JIa cIf grad my STNE uragedD teUehj1Before limit select Richmond Danger In Delay K ldncy Diseases are too Dane crons lor Richmond to Neglect khlnQytroubeSis the sufferer recognizes then Health is gradualjy undcrminedj Baokachf headache nerv qesSi Inhieless soreness lumbago urinary tronbles i drops1diabetesnnll t diseas follow in merciless succWsioii Dont neglect your kidneys Cure them with the certain and safe fieniedy poans Kidney Pills which has cured people1 right hero In this locality Wilson Fain supt of roads Nfch olasvillo JySftS HAt out two years ago I began to have considera e trouble with mv kidneys As a eneral rule the first symptom idney romplaintbewlas with back che bntln my case tho principal an cyance was top Irequentpasssges of hokidnoy 8 cretlons wife read bout Doans Kidney FJJJls and notic ng that they had been used with great benefit for similar troubles I procured 6oy TlIeycntirelycared and I have no return of kidney compldlXpr two years Doan 2 Kidney Plug hate y highest endorse ment Foe le byJ all dealers Price CompmyUlltTato the United States- Remember the nameDbansand take no other 4jntm THESE DAYS i of sprlniati addltlonjfe wear and washing for your lIneno matter whether yon lead a strenuous orii- simple life Suppsetberefare yon semi yooVwiftk tuw1l nbt only leng lipfi the life of the artloll brough scientific laundering but siI ways return them immaculate Normal City Steam Laundry TelephOne 7 Heavy impure blood makes a muil tly pimply complexion jieadaohes nnusea Indigestion Thin blood makes you weak pIe sickly Bur dock Blood Bitters tbe blood cthealthStops r Itching Jnstantlj Cures itchhives i ment At any Drugstore Eeave you measure for a Spnrifrand inmer Suit at Stouffers tf I If You Lived J iThjIYou wowW ot Iiovony about youc comftejaoei bcaao it wouldnt fee expoted to the pubfie jpae But tbia cowtoy affair co nplxioai ffiiiMhti to auywbo1ctrq- tcs are eelto iifair COOK piocibn 1c 0COLIXC- b a delcstrJt tTiueuuan BJMife ttrJia I rJ 154 4 Perry Thomas Phone 75 i r L i fr ib r ri niI TheRlChMO4dCllh1ax 0 StarUttE5filE CliMAX IRINTIN co i Incorporated j A D MILLER Pt8SVand Mpngr LOUIS LANDRAM V Editor t i Mfiibifol j PREssfAsS id EIGHTH DBJBICT PUBUSrERSUAGUE J P6ICE lO1IEK YEAR JuAPi WItINhUAY UEt3 1909 PontsI Breathitt A party of r1rciuqwomen who penelratelieare causing almost as much interest as yoTheCharles Edward Woodcock Airs R P 111BSIIsraA frienif Vnitc1u them at Jtcksdn the home if the ILxrgiees the Marcnms aiid the Juttu with certain directIonsw to Insure n saId and successful trip The following Monrilain Boutsthweieplvento the party with junction to heed them U tit notice myihlrijr strange funny or petuliar about a mountaniier Dont ask a raountafneer whittling on a fence why hedoej not help his yrife plant the garden I Dont criticise a mountaineers chickens pigs or inulos Rsmember that n threegenerationleud began the criticism of a r z3rbaukeiIhogh itfamilybe a lend beiween them and your host Dont forget that the mountaineer muci more sensitive to criticism than the most selector New Yorks Four Hundred Dont ask where the liquor you drik was made The party promised to obey everyj one of those Donts Alt the mem hers report a p1eitsanttrIp thus far For Sale Eggs from pure bt odrolie comb Rhode Island Red chickens One dollar rJj vMrePR Adams Jr I 17GJynd n Ave tt fSGolds litbmt on weaker the con stitution tlrdlvclQpinto consnmp ilon Foly3 Honey and Tar cures E ersIstontcpghsthat refu8c to ylolisto a her1ret1enCDo not export mont with untried remedies as doljiy may resulfin cur cold settling on your lungs VjjQld by Stockton Hagan J Cut Worms Appear A special tThnCarislOsys Tobacco Ut this sec dtionagainst another proposition This time it is the cutworms which threat en great destruction to early set to bacco plants To the growers the outlook has already been gloomy on account of the scarcity of plants cbut0Eatground being alive with cutworms The first trouble of tHe growers came in the failure of old seed to come up and after many of those whose plant beds bid fair to product well were destroyed by heavy rains and floods and now some growerS report cut- wormS so numerouVato make it very risky to put out plants Already much ground through this section which was prepared for tobacco has been planted in corn and much more will bo unless plants grow out bettor than is now expected Expects More Money George Stroker ifarmer ol Millers JlurgV vas In Paris yesterday and jtoKentuckianCitizen repofterstated that there had been offered 1 per bushel for hls wheat crop to he di lEvered at threshing time end which he had declined The opinion pre rails that milch wheaCls being plowed up in Missouri Ohio and Indiana die crop having been damaged by hard freezing and the ground ii now being planted to corn thcse reports are comingin from Ksntucklan who nave had ccasionte travel through those sections and from relatives ATII ing to farmers la bourbon Dill lar wheat however is something new to the farmer und such a price has not prevailed in a decade and the otTer wliild a tempting one tim ny farmers is bqing diclincd by others on theground that a better price wllf provtIIas indicated Ifj the great ad Vfcncif for old wheat Dr Thflnas Ft1ectriu Oil is the test remedy Jor thatpftep hfar dir sercroup Has beep usfcd with1 success in aurfamllyJFor eihl years Mrs ts Whteaero llo N Y Mustache Due to Christianity siiiinIcompany with the nose a cross To the time of the Moslem Invasion ilf Spain mixed jnarriaECff rendered it im possible toteIlit loathen iw It Chietlnn so f110 8 ptiititittdi fouk to shaving all tha faea bat the iippVr i Ifjus Cliritiall couiileiiiiy bore A cr 1acroSf part flesh and part hair troth lEa religious vii w the mu taclie has iponjato Iuv PU elfgjnt 8igtiiB5aUcai u7e1yyvAli i now wear it ajt to proclaim t1irtO1jIj bijJi o ul ylhelr hf nuty is poiirce however in UhriBiisnity Before the Bpafti Ttlr ilmnmVinf dither vrnr fnll hnids or we in clean shavtd The Charlwbton Post f Kentucky Fair Dates Ian 1ster JuI 2S3dny8 j GeOrgetown JMly285 days BtauforiJ JuLyt4dav VichesteAugtt day DanvII Aug4daya Blue G frit LexiHgtoii u- g9tyg Jrrart Aug 123 disy- swpenebrg A g174 days B fr51fi 4 tti 1S3di4ys ltroM 4 IS8diirR PerrvTllWi at 13yaSbe1bytt1 M ipfl1let4L A iits ioottAu54 JYe 1ie 21maui at fltlira Ff fTmpkifleYII 1kO- abj lb e W3dmy MWe1If MZ 1 Carl ShipWhisky The SupreHieCourt of the United tei 1atweck decided the case of CommonwotJt shipliquortrary to the law of the tteitit1n- orfav of the company The caaci involved the shipment of whisky linIndiana and Tennessee to BonnivJIlt in LSart county for which the com pany was lined f50 for each offense by the circuit court of Hart The opinion of the Supreme countyL Was haflUcddowi by Justice Brewer and Tnversed the verdict of the Hart county Circuit Court on the ground that the transaction was interstate commerce and theref ro not subject o interference1 by State authorities 1 a 4singlesenough Treatacnt cures habitual constipation 25 cents a box Ask ur druggist for them t c 1usw youithwhen they see you let all the rest of the world point at you with the tin ger of scorn Let all this and more too happen to yon and yet there h one consolation still left such an nu fortunate lngat this time any day andat almost any hour you can re rce 1e the hearty grasp aii d see the appy winning smile of the candidate is a pity that they do not last all e year around and that there are not more of them Cures and Prevents- W T Hogcbol1eraremedy dyer made that will cure and proventhogcholerYt Sold by Perry Thomas What the Season Brings A brother editor of a poetical turn describes housecleaning in this ersp nod truthful style My wifa sings like a Mrd tit a bard and hums llkea hive fuHof bees for she has all the furniture piled in the yard anti the r pslopingnrond mophegrease on her hands and no one can gcthor to stop The stoves taken down and the clocks on the lawn and pianos out thcrd on the stoop and as vainly I hunt tor the thins that are gone she dont give a jimdusted whoop My dear wife has gone and dismantled the place and still she goes around on the jump I sit on the grass when Im lecdfng my face Ecu thirsty I go to the pump An1 when the days labor and journey art closed and I to my home would repair I find the tlothegchair u Some Strange Letters The Division of Dead Letters is one of the show1 places 6f tho national capital ndis visited annually by thousands of sightseers There is much that appeals to human interest and emotion Inthnhnmensr stacks ol letters and parcels received at the Irate of40 QOOa day and containing articles of every description some of them bearing addresses which cannot bo deciphered even b1 the expuVl In the 13000000 piccesjof mail luatttn e r t Iiyeglasseswzirs false teeth marriage cor J lilicatcs rings shoes snakes la iaut everything frbm valuable diamond id pennv todvenird There was als- ornOrtht6QOin actual money snlllCQmlIietcial paper including checks drafls money orders etc representing face value of 2203 i2Asst Postmaster Je crnl IV V Ue Graw in the NatioaalvAldgiino for June I FOR COUNTRY ATTORNKYi The Clliunx is authorized to nnnounce Jt nOUlinnHoniictlon of the Republicans of Matllson qoitnty ti Hbbson Dentist McKee Block Dr Robt C Boggs Deniist TeleplioiiJ 2tt7 Office in Okibamiluilthitg i3ak MainhartOr- adcate MrKllltpp Vetelaaix liege o Chicago Sat Veterinary Surgeon CAILS ANiWhKip PROMPTLY Offlco at Vaujl n ifiamneln t ble Tclepbpnel9nIUnVONI X n DM OHENAULT 4TZORT1YI4TLAW ICHIIOND KENTUCKY ChealtsR Emmett Million accessor to Burtilo S Uennr PENTISTOverS4Me I11D 8TrustCoipay KLEPHON iID r rXS SmithI DENTIST fkbsofl irigPHQNEJM 1 L SUwLL iT AIq lftWHcnATU TftjOott1Jf no MAhi Straw r M1 I DNTJT- avj4ffi0 ae HI 0 bJi B9 I n 3 ilCointraclors fand Builders 1 I I ThIIfuiiift1i plahtnd complete any 0f a home or I Ibusinesii JlOuse you may desirfc fYMl work gmVraiV l ptlauplAIso l Iltage T000SONSeeci j J Give us you order for Field and G rCden Seed We have the best thisT it iarketafforcls and our prices aLriffhtL Came and let us talk the ter over We would be glad also to have an order lor groceries t = j SpELL 6c McKINNEYt GROCERS S c Telephone 223 u Going to Use Any Lumber Sash Doors Laths Paint Rubber or Felt 4 Roofing xPLANS FURNISHED REASONABLE Better come direct to LackeyvCorner Main and Orchard Streets AND GETA SQUARE DEAL Telephone 100 Richmond Ky TEXAS LANDS FOR SALEv The eyes of the world are on Texas Wheat 2000 4 i bushels r corn 30 to 50 bnshels oats 60 to 90 bushels alfalfa hat vnderfulenricher of the soil 4 to 5 tons all the other c ropsgrown in Central Kentucky vexcept hemp and tobacco This land sells around the 20 notch We need more people more homebuilders Remember the opportunities you ost in Kansas Nebraska and Oklahoma WlitefQiJulJ partioulars E 4 PARRISHPLAIN VIEW TEXAS t have for sale 1 500 shares of stock in oneof the richest lppeimines 17 claims iu Arizona at a price that should Interest anyone fully tmidtllii nonassessable Field GaFdenI f I I S E 11-I IWhave just received large shipment of 5Tieldand Garden Seed and invite those I f Who aVe contemplatiujg sowing jrrass to 1 q v Jan examine urn line and get prices 7 t Ibefore making a purchase Our linef J S pleana Fancy VV tf I f I t rROC EJR i ESiJ iHnover mOra complete than now I J I I n1Jn I ThC Oil Stove With a CABEffiT TOPT- heNcrPerfcctionVick Blue t Flame Oil Cxx kStove difFcis fromall other oil t yerI has a CABINET TOP This means you can Keep dishes and utensils within easy reach while cooking and can keep food hot afnrrnviritfrom the blaze From its wonderful burners tIits racks for holdiag towels the 4 NEW PDWECI1ON Wck Blue Haae Ofl CookStovei- i witfamM equal lit piM deof t hat means that ttw paric W 4oiM auickl without ink kitchen being heated to an aWe orD1IiMdiur Jff ThRCUM cTbi1beof4pNahptda f nMareS jsnep 14RP4 Otl i r 4 filer4- III k tIiS i f c 4 L t JISBYou want of the food you need Kodol will digest it You need sufficient amount of good wholesome food and more than thte you need to tully digest it- Slee you eatgain strength nor can you strengthen your stomach it Itlsweak You must eat in order to live and maintain strength You must not diet because thebody requires that you eat a sufllc lent amount of food regularly But this food must be digested thorouglilyWh you must taka something that will help the stomach The prefer way to do Is to eat what you jwint and 1st Kodol dl geet the food Nothing else can do this When the stomach Is weak Ifc needs help you must help It by giving tt rest and Kodol will do that In tte all at Our Guarantee Go to your druggist today and purchase a dollar bottle andlf you can honestly say that you did not receive any benefits from It after using the entire bottle the drug gist ill refund your money to you delayWe price of the bottle purchasedby you largebottlefamily We could not afford to make such an offer unless vte positively knew what Kodol will do for you It would bankrupt us Tbedollarbottlctconta1ns2ct1rnei- as much as the fifty cent bottlei KodoMs made tholaboratortaa otEC DeWitt Co Chicago L For Sale by PERRY THOMAS I eo0MirischeihFormerly with J B Stouffer Merchant Tailor Appartments over J E Sexton Phone J 73- AH Kinds ot Pressing Gleaning Repairing Satisfaction Guaranteed Your Patronage Solicited Fresh Vegetables t Daily We receive daily ever thing in Vegetables esuch as New Beans Peas Beets Radishes Cucumbers Lettuce pnipns Tomatoes X 7 Pie Plant Asparagus Cabbage Sweet Potatoes EtcWehvll pay the market price in CASH FO- RTEGGS r T Oouington 5 Co Phone 72 i 232 WestMain street GET ACQUAINTED i Best 18 and 20 Ya1bes Spring Suits and Craven Raincoats In Kentucky r 15Best because the Fabrics are Pure Worsted I Because the Tailoring and Tvhnuilwfis are Better Because theStyles are Better tlitiiMtst 18 uidS2O Clothes nnd Ever Garment is Ncy v If 518 orS20 isyoiir price for clctthes eiSuRs or Raincoats at 15 are the Cluthes for you alitfte ClandPopular Coloring and Designsgiay green smoke olive tudfaney blue shtfdes v GET AI QUAIXTFD WITH A i 1llIer7ros Company iierparatil t Corner Main and LL cnlway KENTUCKYIe 6 wCCsC t D ll C k e Y Ridingand it Walkin g v Cuttivatorst t Jw Renowned forBurability and 1 t d r Ehsy Handling j 1 r V Made in all izes amlstyles anti1tdaptcd tyh jA requirements of all sections of the couttjAbe- ttei line of Cultivatorgas tnever ienfiti9iedt- hey will dp perfett work Lfll l SlI al otIielineon th4l1irke 1 bIlUSl n S J fled cUStoJI o tesbfyt theWe t tLi L 1tP ti iitTt i DoUijtas j h Im 11 wI AGENTSectJ tff PFbN E 2O tI I r ThliLp TT i y u l Q IiC ioo1 O 4t = 4STORECLOSED FRIDAY MAYv28TO ARRANGE FOR THIS dAr SALEK = W n x 20 dozen Ladies Bleached Vest Mill End and Green Tag Sale tricer25 dozen Ladies Bleached Vests worth 15c Mill and Green Tag Sale price 8c Ir jf 1 1 t IiIf IZ L t i EIj ShoesWhile you hear of the advance in the price of leather on every side we offer the best line of footwear in the country at primps that would make it appear there had been a slump in the leather market Oi ctiuise we am not able to tell subsB quent jvjrH4rs no these prices hut 1 1 t Stylish Shirt Waists Youll have to go along distance to beat this line All the newest best and most stylish offerings are here and all markectwitb little green tags th it will mean a wonderful saving Milt Ends of Handkerchiefs liereyoull fiinl ttie biirff et purpii enftlie sae thousands of handkerchiefs at hnH and eof the regular price Children hnnilkercliiefs 2c Ladies hemstitched andkerchicfs regular IOcvall1or l 4c Indies 15 and20a vHhlrJul 8c Mills handkcrcliirfs plain liuiiibtifulied worth 101uA Jc Mill Ends of Laces and Embroideries Thou im lspf yards of short IingUis of Iarrs and Kinbroiderifis at remarkably low putts in some a thread inls diu hero and there lint you wilt have to look han to find the defect Turchorn L ce some as low as 12 ydn for 4c Val Lace as low as 12 yds for Toweling itI Extra cood heavy Tuweling4c vd up LACE CURTAINSH- ere is where the thrifty housewife wall be pleased beyond all expectation In some in s antes these Curtains will be priced so lowyou will wonder hOw1e can do it Competitors will boat bpt the Mill End pricea will knock them nil silly CimaTns wortlffl ivHI go at8 3S Crrtafys wottiitill gu aLu 5U Cuilains wortljrti WiJItat hUSCut- alnsworth t5 tilt goat 2J8 We slaughter in Muslin Underwear fail to see the bargains in IDont Orsl Gowns SkirlsPants white they last they K as follows One table lull or ladies shoes 150 tied 200 values stock JBjwniewhat broken but if you find your size you pay i 98 CENTS BIG REDUCTKDNS IN EVERY DEPARTMENT QhisMto lasts two weeks and introduces all the newest and best lines at a hag saying la cash v h e R s CifuUy Submitted tot PfI te rJhr Trade i1Iyt I t J- v 11c o J 1 z4 1 v t EOO L D c ti r S r Boys Clothing Every to see her Iny loofcls well or even little bettor than some ones else boy Hoar- wisla can be gratified if she comwto this sale Tlieeo are all built to give the beat werofsclected wa terials Roys 1 TO Snits now 08- Iioga S Surfs noY 24 Boys Stl Sultsnou31JSChild Wash nitth 69 Ladies SaI 1 T This Sale will be the greatest event ofits kind Thousands of yards of Mill Ends will go at pricesfj that willrouse old Richmond tofverheat Tand i little Green Tagswill tell a story of money saved the like of which w IS never dreamed ofEvery jf j articlem the housewill be at a Mill End price and you will fait to consm t your best interest Y9u a to attend this sale early and often 0 t 0 0 BIG IN ALL DEPARTMENTS motherwants a 1 Mens Fine Pants at Green Tag Prices Sot a man but what will want one o more pair at these prices Trousers worth 5 00 for g3 48 Trousers worth 400 frUh 2 98 Trousers worth 2 50 for 48 Trousers worth 2 00 foru nU 121 Trousers worth 150 for u eous Remember the Dates and Visit the Sate saving We invite especial attention the line Mill Ends offerein this sale These lire u tionably greatest ever shown Richmond No skimpy snJf scs will pay PeOPle tocome f miles We never values quoting fictitious prices Ante way and that isi LJthe We bought these goods tremendous and propose give our customers the our fortunate purchase j Mill End and Green Tag Clothing Sale Of etockof clean lion es sufts to Ub sold in weeks You no nouf t have attendtd galore when It comes to legitimate mrchan dieinR ever happened inRich mond that bordered on to the magnitude of ehowiiiK of strictlY high grade hand tailored suits that wljl be throwh on market in this sale challenge competition in any part of muck on values Wo show every thing fashionnblo styles aud xclusive fasliinns Mens Fine Suits Of wool cheviot cassimere and ateds in styles arilwixttirea S1250 and iooSuits jMjn 98 1000Snits 7 48 759 Suits now493JMens and Boys Pants Mill Eud prieS extend to this dc partiiionr You never such ex yaluca- Mens trousers embrace lots of novoHJes of t e reason and price cut depp this Mill End and Green Tag Sate 5oa pairs boys knee pants 8 centbUllprirsboys knee pant9 10 lQcl to 15 years worth up to 05 cents Mill End price 1 A Dollar the Hand is WorthTwo on the Books CASH ONLY GOES HERE V Big ri tnestand best lines ulbij in cash 1J I f 5 May 29 to Jiile It to gcods Inthe tr JDs1gnificantpiec SQ frequentlycffered in lutrelufalle onablegoodsa fop inflate by hYfhOJt mess on square at prisff to tbenefit of t t our entire new two sales the the We Kt tbo new all ttor new low now saw ceptional for 500 25c in i e at of TOWELS prlceu Uh4CChallnnais hs813cyd 1toOrslnar Organdies lIPC8u1Ucsalciprlce 5c- 2000ard4MilErasGIMhsmsworth pricefcBf-g d- 5000yardaRemnants Calicow Wait For It j5 You cannot afford nmss This sale will bringf gladnessring counties and joy to heart j Extra Dlerlts We will have plenty of duringJJki so you will no difficulty inIgetting waited on Everything will be merited in figures so clerk wait on as as the salesmen in townif prefer yourself Store Closed AH Day Friday 8ia To Mark P ic Sale Begins SATU HDAY Vf AY 9thCloses June 12tl tn REDUCTIONS Reductions ysjIn Gents Furnishings In all the Latest Styles Mill End prices Gents Furnishings In our Mill we are introducing the newer things fur the sterner sex You will find a greater variety here this season han ise have ever shown before and Mill End will prevail splendid line of Negligee just the fling for rnm mer wear values up iic sale price 15c Hats worth 1 23 to 50 flr9ScI-n Neckwear we carry all the most stylish containingall tliQaewnees ot sprine spring Foncinhands in all tho now shapes very popular also the popula lie for hot weather The Stung T19 wll be goon forni The lirieis very complete and worthy of your attention J0r 15 andj cents will buy for you during this sale nice four mhal1l1tie1lworlh 25 and 30 cents DRESS GOODS This Is Ruing bo the opportunity of life time In many eases have been reduced to point where you will be able buy the dress goods linings trimmings and pay tor the makingsor what the dress goods alonG would tryst you LatHes Tailored Dress Skirts Panama Drees Skirts made of excel and1witbregular 1 60 go at 298 Fine ChlffQB Panama Bress Skirts Neatly trimmed with folds of same rna terial back navy and brownactual gt1b0- values offer u148S4 98 Changeablo Taffeta Silk Patticrats at 43 Uerm t1 Trtfleta Prtfiocoa at 8ScUcrmac Taffeta is today the best imitation oi Ilealnerblbom On the market The skirts are made with 14 inch tucked and fljaucer are full and Viderqrtnlto any 148petticaat go 8So 5108 senutue Ueatberbloom peti coats gn at i118 600 large towels size 2448 never sold under 15cMtli End 8c roM yards 1 yard wide unbleached domestic 2 to 15 yard pieces worth 6Jc wlo price 4o 1000Omead Batiste lOc quality 5c- SCO yards FrwJchGray Cambry 32 inch wide worth 12Jc se price 6JB 1000 yards Calico on bot 5CXM yards worth 15 and 25cyRrc sew 0o4 them pattern leoK figured worth 12 2wliC Tale lOOO yardsol MilKitd yard wide Bleaclied C6ttQi worth Samid 9c by the bolt OH the n bolt 7and rente wlb Bargainer rraU16 DAmask 19 to tio y 2c yil Ioj 14 dozen TIt shed Vests worth pee i End and Green Ta price C li r the h values in t only i t nothing l 8r Mv to i ti ryt lhelp sate have plain a new be able to you well best you wait r f i 0 1 r on End Sale prices A Shirts to J things to a prices a to actually an values ve J Black radlJated at to 1 8 6 I t Mill f i u f t AMERICAN IEA YTtSTTLEfo3 AMERICAN BEAUTY Stile 381 AMERICAN BEAUTC STYLE 406 Katafluzo Covet Ca K Isaroo Corset Co Maker xajtmU9a Corset Co Solo Bakers BIdY 4UES IN CORSETS During the Mill Eni1 Green Tag Sale we offer some extraordinary bargains in Corsets Net ltt Q and American Beauty Corsets They are 1 guaranteed to give jsatisBlV They will have the price cut during this sale Wo secured nrihieW sample Corsets which wilin the Gre- Ta t and Mill EndSalcBr 1519 And 25 at1 ilj1JifleryOnehalf Our excellent lines both street mid trim med hats exclusive styles itt the newest shapes will go on Bale at hall price No matter what you vitho way of a bat whether for listhiilfof qIeaT9ts l eQ- 1t8 t 111 1S Daring the Mill End and GreeN Tag tide we haveevetgreat deal of money by baying thee goods llwmakclfrIttlngf9x12 Rags worth 12 gONt4 cel2lj4fi9d2OO tJ vla TJ2J to 9c LOOK FOR GREEN TAGS They CAB Bargains tNOTIONSf spociT1andworthv PeMFSuttons for family sewing Y6ape d tot or bdttons and during this sale wn ar o7- toaellgoec buttons worth from 5 to lOc pe JotaUfptidozeN jSafety pia worth5c doze at 2 doziforib4AdamantiHa pins per paper Brass piu i per papersWhitE e Per bnach- CIO hosier comb knitted wash rags I cr 4 doWtfYOO sec gnat you wealkfo it quality and price p1 b rirht flI j J4J1eJlrft j j 1AJr8JA r DiaI c h 1 i f j EJE oJUon k 0 r r rk J I1u fcc rio r= o 0 D ppppa aa31nip rini t l Spring Hugs-I iI Brussels Wilton Velvets and I 9x J2 Axminstef Best as Isortment ever brought to this fcity See them lefo you pur 0 IBENNETT Jand HIGGJNj Furniture and Undertaking LTelephones 73 4 Main y p e ppSSS p pp u I Coal Up Now While Prices are down You know of course the ups and downs of coal prices You know that while now theyre down theyll soon be up You know just what you need for winter and jet yon delay Respect your Pocketbook Order your Coal now Telephone HO Rex Red Ash Jellico We have thu exclusive ealn A trial order will convince you that ourd is a little better than you have been getting elsewhere and possiblylea full Weight orCoal Forfeited B It Luxon Bro Thomas A Shelton Agent Hurst Home Insurance Co Union City Ky Phone 151 ring 2 tf For Sale New set pony harness and cart In perfect condition Roy C White 2L Cholera and Gapes Mrs W S Ralston Hopkinsville Ky stys I have been raising chick ens fur fifty years and Bourbon Ponl try Iure it the most satisfactory reme dv I haw ever used for Chicken Cholera and Gapes Hold by Perry Thomas Money to Loan on Good Farm- Lands The Northwestern Mutual Life In euraiice Co will loan money on good improved farm lands on Mortgage Apply to J C Chenanlt Atty 69tf Richmond Ky For Sale Large and tmall wheat corn and tobacco bump level rich and fret J from Btono Large residences and barn good Railroad connection 1 Can otTer a bargain t3j to GO an acre long time payments Blakely Bowling Green Ky 09 Imo O jt pi Bail A report frrm Covinglon stales that Harry and Je se Simpson BOIIB 01 Bjrry Simpson have been released from jail on bail These are th parties accused of implication in th r ot f miners at Stearns Ky in which adepn United Sates marshal W i killed Berrv Simnnon is ettlUin Jail All these parties were brought to Richmond for trial at last term of U S curt but the cases were continued and will be tried at next term To Fair Secretaries The Climax desires to call attention of officer of the fairs to tho fact that tho1Uceis thoroughly equipped fur printing catalogue work and can turn out therybest and most sat isfactory work Our prices are the cheapest consistent with highchus plellsedfIfigure with anyone desiring Will be glad to send samples of our 71or Address The Climax Printing Itlojmoud KyU ridal Gifts wrficbc e from this jewelrv store are alwuya pfAninently distttaYfdFeGJtle kf wthtourjeWeirV silver and cut with the hall teMwar are stamped r ark of quality So if yea have a- wiUg tfOke efetaU it here TJwt wHl MMi m lw zetMroMtr I udQ WHITIa WINES isw1j- o 0 f Oc r 1Around1 The wheat crop is looking fine Work on the new waterworks dam is Progressing nicely Remember dates for the great Rich mend fair August 181020 The L and N will have another excursion to Cincinnati Sunday Big crowd going Senator McCreary sold a lot of household good Saturday morning good prices being realized Lets have concerts by the band dur jug the summer evenincs It will not cost much and bring great pleasure Arthur Stotts and Miss Mamie Lee Howard of Newby this county were married by Rev Hugh McLellan at the latters residence Thursday The Stone property advertised in last f sue of The Climax was put up at auction Saturday but withdrawn at 53925 It is a fine piece of property The L find A excursion to Cincin nati Sunday morning carried between 500 and passengers when it pulled out from Richmond The train pas made up ot seven coaches all loaded to the guards It started from Beatty ville Auctioneer W P Prewitt reports many plug horses on the market Mon dayi prices ranging from 18 toi4Ho sold a few mules at from 40 to ffl Other sales of mules ran from 100 tol50 A special from Paris to the Lexing on Herald saYs Umpire Wilson was knocked down and severely beaten by ft ctowd after Sundays game lu that city Policemen escorted Wilson from the grounds saving him for a time but he was Internet upon and beaten by a gauges be attempted to board a car lor Lexington Several of the gang were arrested Pariacamo to Richmond Monday for a series of three games A big crowd dspn hand Monday and saw the ndriie boys wallop Paris to the tune ol 0 Id 0 The feature of the game was Jig home run by Knox With three men on bases Knox sent the ball over the fence the first to be sent out of the park this season Creager and Ttioss occupied the points for Rich mobd Turndon and Phelix repre icnifing Paris Sale of Bank Stock Twentyfive shares of stock in the State Bank Trust Co vere sold at tho court house door Friday after noon Mr Evans became tho purchaser at 1115 p ir shares Moonshiners In Garrard Gerieraf Deputy Collector It A UurnJilde destroyed a moonshine still id GjTrrard county last week arresting iwoof the operators This is the first clvilarlThhIA lot of liquor was found and de stroyed Buried Alive A colored infant was found buried aUte near Berea Friday The child hail been placed in a box with aehoo strlttg tied about its neck A woman untried Maupln was arrested charged vflthlie crime and placed under bond the child still lives and it is thought will recover from its trying experience Big Sales In JessamineI Nicliolasville News Ruble Duck woYtii Well sold to Baltimore parties about 730 head of slop cattle which averaged llllpourils stile per hun dred They brought about 17000 torn and Jamop Butler shipped last week to Cincinnati a fine bunch of hoke 112 head averaged about 75 pounds At Cincinnati brought about 1550 Lots Withdrawn The bidding on the lots offered Saturday was fiiirly good but did not rcalin as much OB Messrs Powell and Dean had been offered privately And thev very wisely withdrew Jthoin As stated in last issue o The Climax these lots are situated In a very de Willibrand Dean if they hold theia a little longer M property in Richmond is gcing up all the time Made Much Whisky The immense distilleries at Camp Nelsoa have shut dowa fe the eson They have at least eaoufkter agood stiff toddy as tksy have Maaefi tHredduring tile swisoafl rvk ever 15000 barrels of wkly This em paay rteBUy pHrckaed ever l25eMa staves 508800 are o e the grOuBd Which wm eke ebOSOOO- brrels It will take UpMeatl- ere at tie cooperate jfcflf j1rIU itk to ceaplete ti MM WMt 0 1 I Kenton SuitsSI Ft arid Wear THE FOR Cz u oil NeW Firm Hon D G Edwards has purchased an interest in the lumber firm of Todd Lackey and style of the new firm is the ToddLackey Lumber Co Mr Edwards who is a capitalist of thmountains is a line business mala and connected with tHeV business ability of Mesfald Lackey will constitute a strong firm Ammonia For Silverware To clean silverware either solid or plated use a weak solution of ammonia SO parts water to one of ammonia and soap Rub with a brushand rinse with alcohol This is for bright or polished finish For satin or frost ed finish use the veaksolution ammonia and bakingsoda Wet ofI brush rub on the soap then brush into dry baking soda and scrub the article thoroughly Repeat if necessary Do not use soda on gray silver it will make it the same color To Convention of Chiefs Chief of Police JasH Allman will leave in a few days to attend the meeting of National Association of Chiefs of Police which will convene in Buffalo Officials from all parts of the country will attend and the meeting will be very pleasant as well as profit able The organization of these guar dians Is a god idea as they accoin pleh much good in discussing climes and criminals and manner of handling culprits The organization has been the means of capturing many noted crooks and bringing about better en forcement ol law ill over the country Gazettes Delightful Trip Tho Kentucky Evening Gazette bas Announced its second annual outing at Camp Algotiac Russells Island Mich for the week of July 2028 The cost of the outing ia S2250 and includes trans pdrtation by rail and steamer from Lex ington to Camp Algcnac and return tourist sleeper going breakfast on steamer Toshmoo at Detroit and one full weeks accommodations at Camp AlgonacF Reservations for this outing may be tow by applying to Mlsa Annie Shaw Richmond representative or direct to Outing Department The Ken lucky ErenThgOazette Lexington Ky Jolly Red Men Floating Janoo Tribe Improved Order of Red Men gave a delightfnl banquet in Odd Fellows hall Wcdnes day venLg A number of invited guests also enjoyed the delightful spread among ttiern being members of the base ball team Most all the members had heard of the good things In store and it was not necessary to scout the forest to get a quorum nearly every brave in the tribe being on hand Tomahawks and scalping knives weld tid aside and good fellowship ran high The order is composed of a finelot of men and is in aflourishingcondition Pay Much Money A statement published in the Louis yule Times shows that f480OOO 000 wan paid out in life insurance during tlm year 1908 The Times also gives smounts paid in Kentucky towns the amount ia the State reaching the stupendous sum of f6700000 Rich mood feetteficiHriea received 19620 and Irvine 10000 Insurance some thing every maR should have pspeei married men ot limited means as jitfurnfebesgeod and absolutely safe i provision for aependdatupuit theM IB fact webave fdlt said that ts ciKTylriK o1 iMiro l y mar red mon thosld loa r ado couiptileory bjw I Q coi 3 Even an ordinary suit will fit fairly well when tried onb foretheglass and thenIsetitsliape J and go to the badafter a few weeks wear x yJi5V t A Kenton SuitKeeps on fitting because the tailoring is done on exact scientific principles by men who know how Kenton designers and tailors are masters of their art they build garments with precision and skill Every Seam every line and every part is accurately adapted to stand the stress and strain of hard service The result is Kenton Suits Keep Their Good Looks as long as you expect them to Our display of Kenton Spring Suits invites the inspection of every good dresser They arethe finest sold in Richmond and as fine as any sold anywhere Let us show you 0 12504 to 2500Other Suits 5 to 10 COVINCTON BANKSSTORE QUALITY Horrible Killing Joe J Collins Shot Down By Wm Sparks At Home Near Town Intense cxcltemcntwacreatod in townFriday afternoon when it was reported that Mr Joe Jake Collins had been shot at his home near town by William Sparks The bullet pene trated Mr Collins abdomen and he lived only a few hours As soon as he fired the fatal shot Sparks made his escape and notwithstanding the fact that Sheriff Broaddus and deputies were soon scouring the country and telephone messages sent broad cast he eluded the bflicers and has not been captured The facts as The Climax learns them are these Sparks who came hero frcni the mountains was a tenant of Mr Collins They made an agreement to raise tobacco Sparks falling to come and set the plants Mr Collins had the work done by another pirty On the fatal day Mr Collins was at work in his barn when Sparks came up and called him out it is said firing as soon as Mr Collins appeared Sparks then quickly left as stated above Mr Collins was about twenty two years of ago and one of the best and most highlfthonghtof young men in the country He was industrious and a man who attended strictly to busine s H4 was lelived by a wile circle of friends and his untimely death is deeply deplored by everyone lie had been accepted into the local lodge of Elks and was to have ceived the degrees on the night he passed away Ills heartbroken mother and relatives have the deepest spmpatby in their gret distress Sparks came here from Powoll county a short time flgoandnot much is known ot him Officers all over the country have been notified of the killing ned a description of Spark given them and it Is safe to say that he will be captured in a very short time Mr Collins leaves his mother and two brothers one residing here and the Other Dr P P Collins whose home is ntGrand Junction Colorado Dr Collins arrived here Sunday rheruneralserice were held Mon day afternoon at the Christian church ot which air1 Collins was a member Itcv Hugh McLcllan ofliciatiug The burial took place at the Richmond Couiiet ry High Price Mule Colts Winchester Democaat had an iten last week of the price of 155 paid foi a mule colt by T S Robertson o Bethel and later A S Bridges o Bath sold to Robertson two inuli colts at f125 and 115 and a numbe of others at 100 to 110 Sunday School Convention- The Madison County Sunday Schoo Convention of the Christ 1 churches will meet at Mr Pleasant Thursday June 17th at nine oclock a m J cot dial invitation is extended to all ti attend A basket dinner will beaervei and all are asked to bring wellfillet basketsSBurned by Gas Robert sos ol Mr J B Walker wa badly burned Monday while fishing a the waterworks lake While look at a hole made by boring for water h lighted a match and placed near th excavfttio Gas had excpd from- liakiag JHJM sad became ignited Tli nifMef8i ai c J J i The Public School You will go three times a day to see how tho hogs are getting along but yon will not go into the school f rjm September to June to see how the children are getting along and yet the children are all hat makes life worth livingThere Is no power that wields so great an Influence on he minds of your children as the public school and What is done there you ought to know Gentlemen I know you are busy but you should have a little time to loaf in the school room Ladies you are busy but take your work and call on the schools go and sit down with the children It will do them good and do youigood Dont go to criticise or annoy them but go in a friendlyway It will be worth whfleEx St Johns Day League- The St Johns Day League of Madi son County Masonic lodges meets this year on Juno the 24th at the Berea Fair Grounds Everybody re members the successful meeting of this Leigue at Richmond last year It is a permanent institution to Madi son County the object of which is a social outing for the Masons their families and friends The same arrangements which were made last year will be followed this year Let every Mason come and bring the children bring his fiiends an d the baskets The Berea Fair Ground is a beautiful place for a picnic and ample arrangements will be made for everybodiei comfort Bring yiur baskets and heron Lodge will do the rest There will be a specialtrain on tne L andN leaving Richmond about t30 n m returningabout 330 p m This train connect with the morning train on the L and A horn Valley View returning in time locatch tbj afternoon train fur Valley View This will be a great convenience for all persons irom Richmond Waco Union City Red House White Hall Nnd Valley View and save them the big drive from Richmond to Berea Fare for the round trlpfifty cents Good speakers and a band will be in nttendatce Berea lodge says it will be a better meeting than the one at Richmond last year Dont forget t chicken and ham and lamb and pies Fill th3 baskets and bripg then along Neither Absent Nor Tardy In The Year Beowlgive the names of students of the Caldwell and iinrlow school who have nut born abs nt nor tardy in the whole school year Nettie Bush Siuyra Park Mary Allmau Myrtle and JnllieG h Harold darker Harris Douglass Evelyn Giun chigliani Ruth Scrivener Mary Wagers Dnphine Bowman Bnniitm Taylor L C Bradley hugh Culton Gum Joe Uarnett Mary Ter rill Georfee Deatherage Mary Martin Carrie Allmatr Mary Douglas John Goosefi Sao Cobl Lillian Roceis Rogers GinrichigrHailey Baxter Jennings Rytnell Nan ate Deatheiage Mary Louite Drather age Nannie Samuels J ti Barnes i Leroy McKintiev Frank Powell Mary Kunkel Mary Shearer Anuif Bur ill Taylor LHiia Nay Yeager Franklin- Deatherws TJDniRlaiK lislH Hud i gins John ReuchsprarrJames Satnneis ONeila1 MllryTharpAlfred Douglass Calvin Taylor Mossie hUman Ernes tine Lado w Ail oti ONeil Stanton Riibeurn Robert M alloy Alicia Harveyt The following named students have e never beea tardy and oilseed only in- casea t death ili family Gfiorae- M twt Mrad Hayden exceliaetaieeeq whLyr 11 1 iD BIRTHS News has reached here from Jellico Tenn of the birth of a handsome little sin to Mr and Mrs Burrcll C Million Many congratulations Mr and Mrs James E Bl ckol Winchester are receiving the congratulations over the at rival of a finelittle girL arolwelcomingDavid Eail Brer Sowers Resigns Mr J L Sowers who engaged as editor of the new Nicholasville Tribune has resigned his position and Mr G W Boner has taken the position In refering to the change Brer Sowers in his characteristic manner says in part Our belief in the fundamental principles of Democracy is so deeply rooted grounded and for tified by a long line of precedsnts that so long as we see the national life shifting toward the sands of Napoleonic policy which enslaves we will be found on the ramparts of what we beiiovo to bo justice and principle doing our durndest to stay the policy that sits enthroned as king while moral principles cower in chains at its feet for financial pros peritys sake Hanged At Frarikfort Wednesday a mob of 75 masked and armed men overpowered Jailer Bridges- at Frankfort and took John Maxie and hanged him from the bridge that spans St Clairstteet across Kentucky river directly under an electric light Made had shot Bert Bowers superintendent of tne Howe Circus While walking through the lot from one tent to another Bowes saw the negro ripping the tent of the main show He told him to stop and went to get a policeman to arrest him When he returned Maxie rpised a revolver and fired on him lout times one bullet penetrating through the abdomen The surgeons do not know yet whether the wound is fatal Broweria an Elk and is in the hands of the Elks in that city and will be well cared for Maxie was captured after much trouble and was placed in jail where the mob got him Have The Band Concerts- The Climax Is glad note to Ihe fact that much interest Is being taken in the effort to have band concerts in courthouse yard during the summer As previously stated it takes money to keep a band on foot and the members do not feel that they should give up so much time Irfractlc8 pay cut their money for music and tntn be forced to go the additional ekponse of employing the direct or to give free con certs This would be unfair and up reasonable person expects it cone quently we believe thatenough money can be made up to defray the expense Prot Bowles has gotten the band in fine shape and they are playing a good stiff grade of music The citizens at Paris and Winchester have arrangedto have concerts and over tures have been made to Pro Bowles to direct these band If our people want the enjoyable concerts and de sire to keep the band on foot by re tainlngProf Bowles some enterpris ing citizen should at once see our mer chants and citizens and we believe the necessary fund will be raised readily A Rood band is a great bon ifit and advertisement for a town m all will reftdily ftdnlt lets see who like the push and energy to take hold of bis mattes Tltt Nichofesvllle News says never MpeiMthG history e JemmiHe has tIt weiir e many acrEs set H tofeftccg Hall of tha coNntyftMMM Mb 9ttii w 11 WWMwtto r 3 New Official M r Henry B Cosby has been elected teller of tho Madison National Bank to fill vacancy caused by the resignation Mi F Tutt Surns Mr Cosby has had experience Inthre banking business and will make the popular Institution a gcod oflisial D corati JayThe Odd Fellows of Richmond held their annual decoration exercises Sunday afternoon The brethren met at the lodge room and proceeded in a body to the cemetery The oration was to have been delivered by Hon John S Guant of Carrolton bet he failed to reach the city in time con sequently the lodge went through the usual ritualistic ceremonies A large number of members were pres ent and the exercises were very im pressive while the Band gave beautiful music during the services Will Have Good Fair Aunouncement that Madison would have a fair this summer was received with much joy by our people who realize the many benefits anti pleasure coming from a highclass exhibition and the bringing together of visitors and friends Secretary Dunn tells The Climaxithat he is receivingmany letters from stockmen from all over the state and has every reason to believe that the show of stock will be larger than in previous years The premiums will be large enough to justifystock men in bringing their animals and everything for the care of stock and comfort of exhibitors will be done As stated in last issue of Climax many new and attractive features will be added this year and everything done to entertain the crowds The catalogue is being made upand will soon be ready for the printer Winchester to Vote The antisaloon people of Winchester have decided to take another vote on Iocaloption that city and are ji fating fon Lct CgUt Thcleu tion will be held September 20th When the last vote was taken there several precincts in the town voted dry only raff votedwetauidhfter a legal battle it was decIced that liquor could btt sold in that one precinct consequently some half dozen saloons are doing a landoffice business in one end of the town Should the election result in victory for the drys Paris will be the only oasis in the Central Kentucky desert except Lexington Curious Climax to Ball Gam In the June American Magazine Hugh S Fullerton writingabout Deciding Moments in Great Baseball Games includes the following story among others that he tells There is one more interesting incident that stands unique and itIs one by which Jimmy Slagle stavedI oil disaster to the Chicago a twenty inning battle between Chi cago and Philadelphia whics Bud bach finally won two to one In the eighteenth inning of that struggle with a runner on first base Sherwood Magee drove a hard line hit to left center Slanglo had just shoved his hand into his hip pocket to get his chewing tobacco when the ball was hit and as he started in pursuit of it he discovered to his horror that his right hand was caught in the pocket and refused to come out A quick jerk failed to release the hand and Slagle racing on leaped stuck up his left hand and caught the ball saving the Cubs Then he pulled out tobacco bit off a piece and grinned as the crowd applauded Dull Court Day June county court day always brings a small crowd to town and not many people came in Mon lay The farmers are very busy with their crops at thiB season o7 the rear an the many rn5 have greatly retarded them The Climax interviwad a number and learn gOodItities though them is seine complaint of cut worms in certain portions of tticounty A good acerage of corn will be raised and all are sauguin of good crops and good prices Very little stock was on the market and trading was very dull While greatly behind with work the farmers are well satisfied with conditions and only need some good hot sunshine to put every thiig in tiptop condition Second Whirlwind Campaign The second Whirlwind Campaign for better education in Kentucky will be opened Sunday Jane 27th whei everyminister in the State will be asked to deliver an address on Public Education in Kentucky from his own pulpit One hUhdred prominent speakers will begin active work on Monday June 28th reinforced by local speakers and every community will have an opportunity to participate in the great cduoationaf movement which is swooping over Kentucky An important event of the campaign in each county will be Rally Day when it is planned to have an allda openair meeting The coming earn paign is expected to be better and more thorough than the former one A change from the 1908 plan will Le the shifting of the bombardment frOm the city and town to rural School conditions Every effort will be made to raise the standard of country schools The Newly Married couple will find this establishment a veritable goldmind in furniture We are superbly stocked to meet the most exacting demands of the couple who is justbeginninghousekcepingandare naming remark jIy low 11ces Wefurnthe home forn1heTito attic ourinspectionoiour stocks sohcitcc t I I lJl LULAN and HIGGINSlio Furnitur Carpets and Ipt y 1 t i I Stoves J OppHel4 Glyndon JRic tl ntlkICf 1 Lil i J t4 edquarers for wiIUfr Chin ppphes for all MiWJ r- 1 r J uIJ lal 1 c I1Sa pleasure a satisfaction a profit both to you and us to get you to wearing our I There BUICK yICollegian cloth realize fully the importance of sat isfying our customers of pleasing them we know every time we sell one of these suits that wetre giving good to the man who buys stt that getting style finish and allwool quality that he in the same measure anywhere else These Clothes Pay Fancy blue or black Suits 1250 TO- w 2751L1 The Perfect Fitting Popular Priced Munsing Union Suits Sensible Serviceable Satisfactory Durable Comfortable Inexpensive The fact that who once wear The Munsing Un can seldom be induced to buy any other kind is the best sort of evidence as to the genuine merit of the goods The increases each succeeding season We have bought a liberal stock but advise all our trade to buy early while we have a complete assortment of styles and sizes Shoes Hats Caps Gloves Shirts and Neckwear of the latest styles THIS STORE IS THE HOME OF GOOD CLOTIIES STANlfH SOPER 2J8 West Main Street Richmond tf Kentucky H0WIHco 11e L I 4OO a Ton2000 Pounds Figure on above rate and see how much that is per bushel We have cheaper wades if wanted Harber Coal Company TlPHONE 315 Third Street opposite A Depot KY are reasons why you get more value in a than any other car at the price 00tA j f J rrc r i r t t a a a 1 T A GOODiHQEST 1 df PAINTING You can possibly get a pocalleO pointer to paint your house for less willtheOur ore nil nicclinuicK theydouse only the l est strictly DmltheIf you wont worka reliable otherfellowcpnFiderinuse nml the relinbleresul 8 we give- you ourpricesnrcrcasouable Let us with you W P DATER 112 ICKThe popu favora line the today QUANTITYThe Buick factory turns out more cars than any other in the world 20000 this year and makes all its parts so completely that it gas even its own spark plug factory arid oil refin ery It supplies many automobile factories with parts and for others it turns out com plete cars which are sold at higher prices under other names ADVERTISINGThe Buick factory never spends one cent advertising its product Yet Buick cars are well known everywhere The reason is pure merit Theenormous sum thus saved is given Buick purchasers through iow Buick cars are tneir own advertisement Some other factories spend from one to two hundred thousand dollars yearly in advertis iug Who for this Think it flver COMMISSION i The Buick Company does not give its agents excessive commissions It establishes a fair list price not a fictitious oneas a many do whose cars are hard to sell on account of mediocrity and the buyer of a Buick car fees sure that he is not being stung RATINGBuick cars are never overrated When you buy one you get more power you led comparethewill amuse you There are Other Reasons of Quality Service and Reputation i l 1 22 H P i11 p t1 7 equipcordingwent Price includes magneto and full equipment Made with umble lrtrear all instantl int anageaJ We profit hes an cant find weave people derwear demand RICHMOND workmen materials good youwill Phone prices pays than are topneau Model 17 30 4ft H P J 12507jIrPrice ncludesmtlnneto and full equipment This already famous car is equal to anything within 100000 of its- t lcr in fh market Mel liFtT 22 EL R Price Reduced 250 Most reliable and ecphiimical car in the world Price includes equipment A limited her of these Sp1pn11iii150cars will be sod fin this territory only at 1000 num T Richmond Motor Plumbing Go M r J f l 0 r 1 I vr iG r + +++++ +4 40Ki + t++++ Lari tDck rD 1 f it ++ + 0+ + +NN+ +++ At Versailles the 0 L Rylor Coal 6 bought of D E Watts 150 barrels offOrnat4 per barrel delivered on caw W JSeee ol Woodford sheared 33 yearling lamlm that averaged 1Yy pouudeto the fleeco WG diOfutock ot Paris eoil to Vi Hum Farris thajjlarynian todnve w his mlJk wjiginia pail of white ponies for vxhcli lie rpccIe 250 lecher Raniiiaer of Bourbon sold- o a Tennesgre party a fpur year o d sudle uiaru for 235 T H Tarr of near Paris sold lo Stuart OBrl ii1 the 1009 bluojirrs seed of 2iO acres for 535 to be stripped hi the purchasers- E B Drake sold his farm Allagan near Lexington on the Sicholasville pike containing 12 ares to Mr C W Durtlhe lumber ttuinfe of Foidat3CUati acre In Woodford Bah Bros weighed up 86 hogs out of a lot of 72 head tint they sold last week to Jas Sallee at 7 per cwt They averaged over 200 poundsDan Patch sold for 60000 Dare- Devil for 50 OCO The 2yearold trotter Robert 0 sold fur 12000 a Jew weeks ago the highest price brought by a 2yearold for a long time The Ilardin County Lanb Growrats Uuion was organized atElizabethtown Kv last week It will be operated at A local branch of the American So ttety of Equity Theobject of the Uri inn is to secure better prices tor lambs Green Brothers of Falls Hof Rough Ivy sold to Dtinlap Bros of Greou deld Ohio last seek a car load of yearling Sheland Ponies The cat contained seventeen horse colts at J5500 a head and seventeen filly colts tl 7500 a head A J McDonalds sale of Hereford cattle at Bedford hid averaged 112 15 At a sale of AberdeenAtigut cattle at Chicago 51 head averaged I90CO At a sale of Shorthorns lit East Lous 45 females averaged 101 and to bulls averaged SV0 The Shorthorn cow Lulu owned b he Missouri Agricultural College completed a years milk and butter test on April 11 The result for the year was poUtldjovsmtsiJerably in the lead as the best hairy cow of the breed It is predicted that wheat will never io below a dollar n ain and may remain touch higher Vo add about a nillion and a half immigrants and irths annually and the increased wealth of this country enables the pe ule lo buy more fool These things s said will soon cause us to cease being exporters of wheat and becomf importcis Then wheat lands will go upwardA Washington broker has re cently paced orders with two Iowa eggpacking establishments for 51 car Wads or eggs contracting to pay for these the price prevailing at the time of their delivery This means something like 7 314 000 eggs Their weight will 336lone and if the selling price in Iowa is 20 cents a drz n the Seattle broker will pay S1224CO for the lot The Cheep camp of Taylor Brothers near Atchee Col was raided by n nand of cattlemen last week Three sheep herders were beaten and tied to trees The raiders then killed 3000 head of sheep the slaughter taking almost the entire day The contested range is in a desolate portion of West ern Coorado and several murders have occurred in quarrels over it An exchange says If Mr James Pattens recent what manipulations reallvdo brIt g abonta wholesale cornbread revival in this country it maybe that he was a blessing in disguise after all says a writer Oornbread it not only exceedingly good to eat and highly nutritious but comparatively inexpensive This is no joke1t is a de lightful and undoubtedly cheerful truthThe slop cattle of This county have all been disposed ot Messrs Cole Marrs eol last week to Clel Coleman of Mercer county 397 head slopfed cattle for s 40 per hundred R H Lillard sold to the some partv 377 head atf5S5 AV T Bond sold his cattle at the Bjnd Lilian and Dowling distil leries at 5 75 H B Carpenter sold the cattle fid at Cedar Brook for 575 A Hawkins sold his cattle fed at Bond Bros at 6 cents The cattle fed by Mr Hawkins at the Hoffman distilleries ware sold six weeks ago at 575 Anderson News- Considerable lank plowed for tobacco has bees planted in corn There are two causes The prospect for higher price corn now selling in advance at q3 for some aud the scarcity of tobacco plants So much sod has been broken that grazing has advanced to 2 to J3 per month some tobacco set last week and much will be out this week with favorable season Light rain fell on Monday evening and Tuesday was cloudy Grass has been in demand because of diminishedaeerageMt Sterling Advocate Help The Editor My friend help the editor in hU wild eyed search for newesays an exchange When your friends come to see you if you are not ashamed of it tell him when your wife gives a tea partv if you have recovered from the eases of the gossip drop in with the news when a baby arrives fill your pockets with cigars and call j if you go to a tea patty steal some of the goul things to pal andbriug them with the item into our sanctum Jf your wife licks you come and let us oe your scars cud ex tend tender sympathy through the paper if your mother inlaw has died dont be bashful about it give lual1 the commonplace ue fe In short whatever makes you feel proud SlId lonesome orglad suhtrit it to our 21 karat wisdom sod see nurmat ted locks stand on end with gratitude which will pour from every porn like moisture from Hitdew brsprinkle arth A Unique Text Rev Quarles the colored divine of this city preached to a ctowded honee Caveiiaptist tollie Informs us that ho referred to the rrhgtonofall the different raetg tlpeople upon the globe closing his ser mon with the negro race showing that because Ihete hadnt been a negro to Oilier hpayo in 20 years was because they were changed to saints just before eBtedBiatothat JJhlNd Hit Aerttpgygti rdti J i A Good air FoodAyers Hair Vigor new improved formula is a genuine hairfood It feeds nourishes builds up strengthens invigorates The hair grows more rapidly keeps soft and smooth and all dandruff disappears Aid nature a little Give your hair a good hairfood Does not changelfie color of the hail IAyers uta with each bottle Show It to your doctor JLsk fcUa aboct It than do U bI You need not hesitate about using this new Hair Vigorfrom any fearof its chang tog the color of your hair The new Ayers Hair Vigor prevents premature grayness but does not change the color of the hair even to the slightest degree TrJtaflo by tho J C jer Co Irfiwall Mal For Salts House aud lot 85x27 located on Irvine St Good house and cistern and all conveniences L 0 Schmidt M Best Stomach Remedy Free It is an old saying that if the stom ach is sound the whole body is safe because so much depends upon the proper working of the stomach Many persons find themselves with a dis order of the stomach which produces dyspepsia or a peculiar state of biliousnessIf from both stomach trouble and constipation yqu are on the waxto a Very serious disease From just ditions come appendicitis rheumatism skin diseases and similar disorders because the waste matter that have been dispelled from the system through the bowels has found Its way Into the blood and vitiated It What Is needed at this point Is not simply a violent cathartic tablet or salt which usually does more harm than good but a gentle laxative tonic like Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin which people have been using for these ailments for nearly a quarter of a cen tury It cured J C Lanham of War rensburg Mo of stomach of long standing also William who0badson St Louisville Ky the trouble for fifteen years However If you have stomach trouble you want to know from personal experi ence what Dr CaldweUs Syrup Pepsin will do for you If so send your name to the doctor and a free trial bottle will be sent you You are urged to send for the free bottle as the results from It will be the t ist recommendation of Dr Cald well syrup Pepsin Then you will do as oVer two million people did last yeargo- to your druggist and buy a regular bottle at 50 cents or according to the size you refer We could mention hundreds and hundreds of families who are never without it You can never tell when some member of the family will need a laxa tive and then no time should be lost taking pr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin If there Is anything about your ailment that you dont understand or If you want any medical advice write to the doctor and he will answer you fully There Is no charge for this service The address Is Dr W B Caldwell 500 Caldwell bids Monticello I1L STOCKTON HAGAN If you are to sell out and want your goods to bring- all they are worth get J W Shearer White Hall Ky to conduct your sale His charges are reasonable James Hunley Will buy or sell your house farm town lots or any thing else in the Real Estate line Any business intrusted to him will be promptly and carefully attended to See him if his services are needed e Erq Restaurant Everything Firstclass and UptoDate Meals served at all hours on the shortest notice We serve the very best the market affords and at REASONABlEP ICES Our Dining Room is clean and inviting and we can please you in every way Soft Drinks served fresh and in best manner Call and see us CHRIS P ENRIGHT PROPRIETOR FIRST STREET tr3t Bring Your- Iiescriptions Here if you want them filled with the purest and freshest drugs and with the greatest care and accuracyfilled precisely as your physician producesiresWe are proud of the record we have made in our pre scription department And yet we fill at andfillIn proprietary medicines vrs can offer a numbers of r 1i blcrerncdies Q This acvnsc to be the sea sen for colds Take REX= TABLETSWe andItaowcare for la grippe prevent andIcverrshschcs that usualjy go with a Rercafgu Perry Thomas u a t iiiii4 GreatReductioni J 1ALE= === = == ====== Q J As the season is growing late we have decided to make a clean sweep 4of our stock of springand summer goods and beg- inningWednesday c 1 t LC JUNE tIlTi we willslash prices on everything This is a rare chance to buyi9 J DRY GOODS DRESS GOODS NOTIONSr in fact everything to be found in a highclass establishment at cost and TESS THAN COST The reductions we will make in prices will startle the purchasing public and we cor dially invite you to call early and get some of the best bargains ever offered in this section of the State Remember we handle only the best grade of merchandise and have no older stock to work off An inspection will prove our statements Hil B 0 NV WHITEMAIN STREET = RICHMOND TJ H KYq Eft Carriage forks B M LACKEY Prop Carriages Runabouts Buggies Road Wagons Surreys Carts We handle the best brands on the market and sell them on an absolute guarantee of satisfaction Prices Always lowest For Sale- A No1 carriage in good condition practically new for sale cheap Also a two scat trap which may llkcwisr be bought at a bargain May be eeen at Richmond Motor PlumbIng Co- If A C Scanlan v fill Bolton General Blacksmith Carriage and Buggy Painting Special Attention t- oRepairing Buggies Wagons and Farm Machinery We Put On The Best Rubber Tires Made Our Facilities For Firnclul Bonnhoeing Are Unsurpassed Shop at Ey Carriage Works Water Street WALL PAPER We have added to our busi ness a Hue of Wall Paper con sisting of the Latest and Most Up ToDate Patterns From 5cts a bolt up We are practical in this line of work and will be pleased to have you call and get our prices Estimates furnished for any sort of interior decorations Bo Juett Son Phone 449 145 Firstst- It is always cheapest in the long run to get the best We do the very j best ti Concrete WorkGiveus your order and you will be well pleased and thorn ly satisfied R K StonePh- one 432 Mid=Summer Opening Millinery beginning VednesdayMay 12 Farley SMarcb The selection of the graduation gift for the SweetGirl Graduate can best be made here We have a apleiidid s sortment of small Gold Jewelry Watches Chains Bracelets Lockets NecklacesAll of the very tBd of tom elar c ter that will give mutual pleasure to both the recipient and the purchaser All specially priced for this occMtioa Your esamiuation is reapec tfully solicited I L S E LANE afIIIeti914 btsidMata 8111- q c 5 The Madison County Fair Fair Grounds RICHMOND KYAWednesdayAug ThursdayAug L A C SCAXLAX President T J CUKTIS Vice Irei lf nt J K H C Solicits the of the Genera Public Prices Sue him or write Fridayrt 20 3t DAYS 3Liberal Premiums Fine Music FLORAL HALL McKINXEY VIresIdcnt DOTY SURVEYOR Patronage Reasonable Union City Ky Aug David Dunn Sect y New Method 111TeethPAIN- Dr Hobson Richmond Ky I We have just received a car load of I Red Count Shinglest and a car of Yellow Poplar Shingles- Try MALTHOID to cover that tobacco barn The Best Roof Made Rough and Dressed Lumber of all Kinds Doors Sash and Millwork ED BLAN TON COMPANY Telephone 425 WtV- v Near L 3 A De potJ r iIWE HANDLE THE GENUINE Brown and New Western c j CULTIVATOR I r H eTHE GENUINE Jr t L i MALTA ShovelrV PIQ J i4 T bccoHoes Etco1 r i Vi McCormick finders n 7 v Mowers Rakes Etc r J rf l- TAYLOR QULnHAM4 i Main Strseeltichmo d Ky 1 I