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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r J iX ction 1A al t TI IE RtJCH d oND r C1 4IMAX SeCtiqhj a VOLUME 36 liP RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKy WEDNESDAY JUNE x1909 NUMBER 2 WALL PAPER BROWERSDont Buy Anything But the Best It is like throwing your money away to buy cheap carpets and furniture It is only a matter of a few weeks youboughtthanthe other kind elsewhere You are satisfied when you cuyhere CARPETS AND RUGS Note the Prices Quoted Below 9x12 Seamless Axmlnster regular price f35 00epeclal pricet27 50 912 Seamed Axmlnstcr regular price 25 001 special price 18 9x12 Wilton Velvet seamless regular price E27 50 special price 20 00 9x12 Velvet regular price 2250 special price 15 00 Axmlnater Carpet regular price 4135 special price 100 Extra Quality Tapestry Brussels reg irprlce flIOepeclal price 00 Beet Tapestry Brussels regular price 100 special price 65 Velvets regular price f125 special price V 75 Lowull Ingrain best In the woild 60 and 6ic C F Brower Co Furniture Carpet Draperies Wall Papers and Art Goods MAIN AND BROADWAY LEXINGTON KY When in Needof as erAConcrete MATRIAL I SEE BURNSIDE ROBINSON Office and Warehouse on L N R R PHONE 142 RICHMOND 4 We also handle all kinds of Feed J We Sell r VraylVInton Patterns 10c Each he Right Way to get good work is dateIne+ 04 + ++N ++N + + + + 4 f i Lafld tQDk CTQp jN Rees of Cynthiana shipped Friday over the L Si N railroad to N Sohuan Co Philadelphia thirty- carloadsuf 1200pqund cattle most pureesTher is always a good chance for the man who does not kuoyr all there Is to know shout farming but wants saysI1 can i0The Harrodsburg Democrat says Worthlngton McMakin sold W T 145Thisever paid for a mule colt in this sec tion At Harrodsburg Cull Hatchett have received about 50000 pounds wool the past week bought in Mercer Anderson and Washington counties and paid into the hauls of the farmers f12000 or f15000 The Ripley 0 Boo says One horse changed owner five times at the stock sale last Saturday He first sold for 25 and the last purchaser paid 100 for him and from report he as for sale again n TM Murphyr of Louisville sold a line chestnut Paddle horse to New York parties fort700 Mr Murphy bought a pair of mules in Shelby ville lagt week Jor fG50 He Shipped a carload to New York early lastweek at 1750 a span A N Wells of Shelby Cityowns the greatest cow in the State She gives thirtysix quarts of milk each lay All the milk is churned each day and makes one and threcqnarter r3makes baby nervous ted fretful and stops gain invreight is tho best foodmedicine for teeth ing bAbiealt strengthens the nerves supplies lime for the teeth keeps tho baby growing Get a small bottle now All Druggists Phooe 91Z W P BAXTER IT GIVES THE BEST RESULTSI LIGHT = The SMITHSONIAI4C- OtRfLT 9 HARK a butter daily She op short grass and Is fed a small of ship stuff An Ohio who has kept n record says it takes 150 quarts of milk to produce a calf that will weigh 160 pounds at four weeks His record of feeding 80 calves showed 12000 quarts of milk and for which hq received 481 or four cents per quart and the calves did the He says the calves must be good onesnot little runty Jerseys Wheat culture hasbeen under by the Kansas station At the 616 varieties were taken The harvest 261 varieties were so far be hind as to be counted onto the running inda year later all but 39 ot tnese varieties were from will be decorated the king wheat of Kansas At the station similar work Is going on If you are going to have your house with new wall paper see B Juett k Son tf TRUSS HOLDSIN POSITION We make FittingTrusses Perry and Thomas poundaof pastures quantity dairyman milking investigation experiment beginning following eliminated now1InKentucky refreshened Men Past Fifty In Danger Men past middle life have found comfort and relief in Foley Kidney Remedy especially for enlarged prostate gland which is very common among elderjy men L F Morrjs Dexter Ky vrites Up to a year ago my father suffered from kidney and blndderltrouble and several pronounced it enlarge ment of the prostate gland and ad vised an operation On account of his age we were afraid he could not stand it and I recommend Foleys Kidney Remedy and this first bottle relieved him and after taking the second bottle he was no longer trou byStocktonBarred Plymouth Rock Eggs 100 per setting of 15 eggs Mrs M F Arbuckle 2m Silver Creek Ky House For Sale Sixroom cottage corner Fifth street and Moberly avenue fivo room cottage and six room houso east side Fifth St near Moberley Property in Rood repair Terms to suit Inquire- D E FLORAl 6r write 1m MILO SLINKS EJmira N Y I The Wrong Way is to buy t lot of hangJtforTraining a Child It is unfortunate in a way for the general business of education that the young child is usually so winsome If he did not appeal so strongly to grownup people they would not tolerate his dictatorship and it would be better for him in the end But most adults like to see a little thing assort himself They think it is quite a juke that one so small should show so much spirit and so they en courage his tyranny by rewarding him with their smileswhen he knocks some one in the face for in stance or course po physical hart can come of this during the first two or three years while be is so helpless but the boy of eight or nine years i a4 different proposition lie may now proceed exactly the same principle as he did at two vears old but instead of his expression being received with smiles they are returned withblows Herein lies the tragedy of childtraln ing in many a homo The child acquires certain attitudes toward people during the first two years that he can not possibly be allowed to continue during later years As he glows the parents the teacher and possibly society at large are in constant con Uict with him to undo what was unwillingly established in the begin ning The only way a child can te that some actions are wrong is that they are resented by the people about hintheymust be abandoned On the whole and in the long run that child will be far happier who easily suffers for wrong doing rather than he who is allowed for the sake of im mediate peace to continue his erring ways Sooner or later the parents must forbid actions that earlierhavo been allowed arid right here begins tho struggle which often results seriously for both the boy and his parentsExchange For indigestion and stomach trou bles take Foleys Orino Laxative as it stimulates the stomach and liver and regulates the bowels and positively cure habitual constipation Foley Orino Laxative cure sick headache and biliousness and on account of its mild action and pleasure taste is es pecially recommended for women and children Sold by Stockton and Hagan WALL PAPER For Your Daughter Make Her Happy Make Her Room Pretty 1 MAKE It one she will be proud to show to her friends Make TalkIbedroomItcool in summer and equally pleasant In winter The arnj roomycadTables of willow that are round or square or sewing tables evendesksFinished In red green or natural color to suit your taste fay hex a STEARNS FOSTER MATTRESS and you will be sure her bed is comfortable Many girlst schpo break down Naturesjr bouyant wooes sleep and helps to make it sound and refreshing- Windsorrodesell a I STtARNS IC FOSTER goods on sixty nights guarantee 1ogr7noa4 LacJlat PIe epd ot Hlme Ulo nHrH OLDHAM and LACKEY swra Day Phone 76 lhrNight THE HUSTLING CASK STORE 30 Days Reduced Prices We Sell May Manton Patterns IOc Each I Owing to our having been so hindered during the early spring season by the repairing on our store front we find ourselves with entirely too many spring goods to carry over Therefore for the next thirty days we will offer our customers J j ji 1i EXtIi1cII1c1iIlart1 nf t 1f 1 r al f UeSare t6 c y = iin order to r dceour surplus stock We are one house which alwayshas done now doing and will continue to do business on the fixed 7fi r principle of telling the truth about our merchandise and giving our patrons the most and the best for their money It has been our greatest 3 i fJ desire to have our friends buy from us without any fear misrepresentation on our part and to command greater volume of business by f l i absolutely honest methods living up to what we say either in advertising or otherwise We now tellyou that you can buy anything in 94 p summer goods in our store at reduced prices and we ask you to come andsee if this is true before passing judgment We willnot name i A L r f many prices but we have stocks of goods to selland itwill be very profitable to you to make us a visit Especially low prices on all Ready to ft wear Goods Waists Suits cheapslye Vfil1lisur jr 4 k prtse you by offering suits from 108 uP t 4 r N JVERY RESPECTFULLY YOURS y 1a ic f J i19 i Harniltow Bros I liiJ cCR MAIN tst A iik T R 1tiC H M 0ANtltlr 1 Oldhaz Ad COELEVENTH GREAT UiA ilL I JIJIJ L J fY J Over 1000000 worth of Loom Ends for This Sale BE THE FIRST TO COME SATURDAYJune OPENING DAY Our store will be closed all day on Friday June 18th to give us time to mark down in price every arti cle garment and yard of goods in Great Storeour This our Eleventh Great Loom End Sale so far surpasses our previous efforts at sale giving as to make them appear insignificant The biggest the greatest the best sale ever seen in the Grand Old City You will wonder how good reliable merchandise can be soldat such ridiciously low prices Although we have employed a large and suffi cient force of sales people to help us in this big sale you must help select your own stuff as the goods will all be marked in plain figures and the crowd will be immense Sale Begins Saturday JuneH no to the Out of of who the ot who asked us to come to their buy up of every kind and at our own We the best we jfi fhad of of at the of their the to us We did our as at the of our cffer for the as the be at the we will be to dis i are In to the it will be at a and only its go to those in city and but for all the are the from The sale will be one the sensa an a life time your to on J9 at 8 a m r t cm C to ro enc N 0 rell CI CI 0G 0 t We offer in this sale the and most line of we have ever owned has given to the of every and we that every one of them is just ae we it Every item is a and and in most casas the price asked for them is less than cost The will all be marked with lied Tickets tied into tho coats former price and sale price You can select your own suit if we arc too busy to help you This is a silo of where you don have to buy old shop worn carried over stuff You have a chancs to select very best to be had in any market on earth The beat the newest Mens young mona boys youths and go at Loom End prices for 13 days r Loom End Bargains Three fine Sheer White Goods for waists and dresses in stripes dots and figures worth 25c yd in a way Loom End Five Hundred extra heavy Creton and 36 inches wide worth in a regular way 20c yard Loom End priceuuu lOc yards dark ground Percales 36 inches wide in lengths one to ten yards worth from bolt 12Jc Loom End priceuu6cFour hundred vards extra flue light grjnnd end Madras Cloth In lenghts from two to ten yards tegular 15c value Loom End price Sic Five hundred yards bleach table Damask in lengths 212 yards up regular 50c value sale 23c Five hundred yards fine bleach Da mask in from 2 12 yards up regular 76c Loom End price 35c Five hundred yards nil pure linen Crash IS inches wide and extra heavy quality worth 12 l2c sale 8c Ainoske and Apron off In any price during saleh5cOne hundred ladies bleached vests taped neck and cheap at lOc Loom End 50 One hundred doz very qnality V as neck and sleeves 20c valoer 7Jc Three mens Shirts same as pay 76c and 1 for all sizes beautiful sale price We Three hundred mens Work Shirts in light and dark colors full made OOc sale price t 39c Five thousand yards Jne Madras off bolt regular price 15c yard sale price 9c One hundred cloth Buggy extra good quality designs and regular 51 values Loom End Sale price h 49c Ten yards Bine Calico in y lengths from one to ten years regular price from bolt 6 l2c Loom End Sale price s So Ten yards and Shirt foe Calico irt from ono to ten yards regular price from bolt Cc sale prlceu3ebrown and red Calicoes in lengths from oiie to ten vards regular price from bolt Gjc Looms End Sale price 3c Shoe Bargains There is no reason why we should cut prices in our Shoes ment yet there is no in our bin store that has felt the keen edge of our cold steel more than our shoe Olir one reason is that we article to be reduced in rice in tie entire stor for our Loom End Sale and we do what we Shoes and our fine Queen Quality and Ankle Ties for ladies will go at Lniim End prices Our AVm brand of fine Shoes and for men is known length and breadth of the country They are digerentstoryCumoand have Tags Denote Bargains stripesand lOaOne7jcOneand figures 30 inches wide lOc value 8Jc S Loom End Bargains Ten yards and China pricefront 30 TAn black silver gray and check Calicoes in from one to ten yds regular price from bolt file sale price Ten yards assorted Calicoes in lengths from cone to ten yards price from bolt GJc sale price 3c Filly lull bolts Cotton full yard wide and smooth orth In a regular way 712 ends 1So per yd will be sold during sale 5c Fifty full bolts nice soft finish bleach Cotton full 30 in wide no worth 13c sale price 5o One A 0 A bed ticking in 5 to 10 yards regular price 20e yard sale 121c Five hundred yards in from five to twenty yards used for doors ntc price trom bolt 20c yard sale l Jc lengthsIrom12c AI Dont r- yi Forgeti ojf the- Saturday J DATE JuneI9 continuiing Days A Sale WhereA MoneyDoes moneydont to the clink of dollars will be the inducements and reductions in all lines Loom Ends bought this sale are all good long lengths unsalable trashy stuff lengths long enough make alItof useful garments value family at yourt Look Red Tickets in de- partmeuttbgy mean for you your coin as cverythingw111 be sold for spot cash Extraordinary purchases that w isaleY fJ Be prepared for this sale starting c Saturday June 1Q It will be a moneysavingievent for you on every you buy Buy 1 everything you want during this 13 feast at prices We to sell of the best merchandise ever brought iLoom7 ContinuingIthe great batch invitations from manufacturers felt stringency the market and factories and mills and lots goods of conceivable prices picked These concerns thousands dollars worth goods end weaving season and word was name your price and buyers were startled acceptance merchandise people will bargains able supplyourCOLOSAL EVENT interest kept white heat not will benefits living this county adjoining counties We expecting every direction of tions ever happened in Richmond and opportunity of DROP EVERYTHING Make arrangements be here OPENING Saturday June odock 0W rsW L largest attractive clothing Special attention been garment guarantee represent special bargain manufacturers clothing showing clothing the rery sakes styles childrens clothingall lit Thousand yards regular priceuu lOc yards Drapery Furniture Covering Five Thousands Simpsons from Percale price mercerized table lengths value priceil Ginghams bolts dozen sleeves pricehladies superior bleached taped regular hundred lanmlried Negligee patterns regular values Drapery mummy Dusters beautiful patterns Thousand American Indigo Thousands American lengths TerxThoHsaadfi Simpsons department department advertise every great always advertise 6oallour Oxfords Kneoland Oxfords throughout the money Red stripes regular Thousand American Simpsons Thousands yards Simpson shepherd lengths hUCThousand regular unbleached wire the 8tu everywhere 8 Thousand yards Aruoskeg lengths from Egyptian lengths window regular riceun cj 13 18 4 Come and listen Great price Our short but kinds for less than half their for Price every great artisle days quoted expect 10000 worth 1ss money texture knew people people biggest DAY seecion Lancaster quantity Merriinac depart dressing Drapery draping for Ladies Suit and Skirt Bargainsfi Finest Silk Dresses at 12 Price In this department you will be delighted to see the beautiful Suits lino Vblllo and Woolen Skirts and the snappy Wash Suits and Skirts isWa arc showing and when you have thn prices named on them and fJ see that the prices have been cut one half you will be better pleased t Nmy is your opportunity to got uptodate ready to wear garments at ourLuoru E id Sale price Dont tall to grasp the opportunity Boys Suspenders worth rues sale price v B 1 5c Boys Suspenders worth 25c sale price JT lOo McijsS spenders worth 20c sale price I y iv lOc lens Suspenders worth 35c sale price r i 19o Mens special 50o Suspenders sale price 1 250 Ladies tine white hemstitched Handkerchiefs regular lOcJvKlSe Loom EndJ3aIo alee 4 fc 3c Mens nice hemstitched white Handkerchiefs IGvs jralue Sr 4c tMoue nice hemstitched white llaniikerchiefs 15c value i 8c 25 bolts nice linen tinishcd Suitings 3G inches w de regjilar 20c yard seller Loom End Sato price j t IOe Watch the Red Price Tickets for bargains w 0 OLDHAM and COMPANYI 1 i i t y t fti f RICHMQND KENITUCKS 1r n c 1o l sectib Jll J lijE RICHIflOND CLVIAXctn2 1 VOLUME 36 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JUNE 16 1909 NUMBER 2 THE NOTE ofthTh efliciency is its keyforeverycharadler keyboard terThisinsures accuracy In Suits and in all at Model 10 Visiblee Vrite for information to The Smith Premier Typewriter Co Inc Syracuse N Y Branches croywHere UET ACQUAINTED BestlR and 20 Values Spring Cravenette Raincoats Kentucky 15 Best because the Fabrics are Pure Worsteds Because the Tailoring and Trimminfis are Better Because the Styles are Better than Most 18 and20 Clothes find Every Garment is New If 18 or 20 is your price for clothes these Suits or Raincoats ati5 are the Clothes for youall the New and Popular Coloring and Designsgray green smoke olive and fancy blue shades GET ACQUAINTED WITH V xr v Miller Bros Company Corner Main and Bioadway LEXINGTON KENTUCKY d IGoldeq Flora The Monument dealers have added to their business a- PNEUMAT ItTOOL PLANT which will enable them to do better work than ever before Phey have a large assortment f Granite and Marble and invite their friends to call ind inspect their stock and work Satisfaction guaran eedSGolden Flora Voids that hang on weaken the constitution and develop into consump tion Foleys Hoi e v atul Tr cures persistent coughs that refuse to yield to other treatment Do nut rxpcri mcnt with untried remedies as deli 01L1yolIanrran y Come in and See Out i Simply IVIode Tub Suitsthe correct threepiece and twopiece tailor modes in every material new 4 styles and new colorings IJngeree Princess t of every description in pale shades well as white A nice line of the TAILORED AND LINGFEES- HIRTWA1STS JCome early and get firstcliQiee 5F r r CIt M SSV1 r ttB 1 H h I WWKER lq f i r 1 u i = rc 0 c 1im Complete Straight Lie Keyboard- A Key for Every Character Removable and Interchange able Platen- Reversible Tabulator Rack BaUBearingCariiage J Complete Control frotS Keyboard 3 SimpIeStencil Cutting Device Droprtged Type Bars Bichrome Ribbon to Uniform TouhABall Bearing Type Bat Column Finder and Pa 1t graphef Decimal Tabulator Perfect Erasing Facilities Interchangeable Carriages CarriagRelease Sjvinging Marginal Rack Visible Writing Protected Ribbon Gear Driven Carriages v Ribbon Controlled fronT Keyboard- h Variable and Universal Line Spacer Perfect Dust Guard Back Space Lever I Carriage Retardef x Improved Marginal Stops SpeediestEver Duinme AU nticR LEAST nOnND pnipinLvpoArWESTBOUND It n pmrvpnLvLv Nichol 8villt D 25a m 4 45 pirAr proAllYl1rindITeRenttyyulemonil 930 p in On Sitndavs only train leaves Richm nd at 400 p m arriving at Boat tyvilin 050 p m leaves Rich m nd nt 34S p m arriving at Ver sales at 50 p in Trains rnnroct with Q C atNicho andInterurban11 R SMITH G PA VersaiUrs Ky Land N Time Card Yo rjo No No No No No No No No No iNQ SOUTHBOUND PintLckRIIhmonddailyrive Rowland1045a m 27 For She GreykPwlnt ricktLan toJruiRvllIM arrives Louisville 010 r Souththrough at8h537 For Knoxvilln through trains makfs nil stops IPUVCS Richmond 1043 AM Arrive Kiioxvl 700 pit LickLanciitprEflnhIIl1p w arrive at Stanford lvFonrth1StLmainr M 31 Liniirpd for Allnntaleaven Rich Atluntn825 P M NORTHBODND leayIUctlmond421A31 nail 755 A it RchmutuO27 t nrrivJleaveRichmondnail 010 P IItnilet118eCincinnati 835 p arrivetItichinwid wliersstated SPRING IS RA PIDL Y- APPROACHING Nothing is dainlivr or preller for spring or summer lingerie than I Hand Work ami Embroidery Miss Eva Roberts carries a full HM of stamplog pae4 to UTe l1e1 Irid H4pt1IIsea1l 1r r lt t e Jh S 8- Q L rO4UDINti J rbA 1 icJUSEFUL WIRE REEL FOR FARM nstructlons Given for Maklng Fehcfl Stand That Will Be Found Very Convenient Illustrations and directions for naklng a reel for fence wire are given iclow The reel stand consists of one aiece a which Is a 2x4 5 feet long ind u second piece b which Is a 2x4 J feet long B is spiked near one end if a Two feet from theM b in piked to lI a boltx8inche Is Irlven through a The reel Isformed if two 2x4a 3 feet long half lapped In CI The Reel Parts the middle to form a cross Nine Inches from the ends of each prong of this cross is seta peg of hardwood lx16 inches This reel la set on the bolt of the reel stand with a small blockof wood under it so that it will revolve easily Another cross is made fry nailing to gethertwo pieces of x4inch strips with an oblong hole 9 Inches rom the end of each prong This Is slipped down over the ends of the pegs to keep the wire from flying off TIMELY NOtES OF THE FARM If you wish to increase the fertility of the farm raise more clover feed the hay to the stock and return the manure to the soil A good orchard fertilizer Four hun dred pounds of ground bone and 300 pounds of muriate of potash to the acre Dont plow an orchard when tho trees are in blossom do it beforo or after Some growers say that work log the soil at blossom time causes thebloom to drop prematurely If the orchard needs draining bet ter attend to the matter at once Wet feet do not make fine fruit Robins and orioles should be protected from human vandals Every one of them is worth 150 apiece ven If they do get a few cherries Why their early morning songs of good cheer is worth more money The oriole Is one of the busiest insect de stroyers in the list Have you bees In hte orchard If not why not Pollenlzatlon ajposltive necessity If we want fruit und the bee Is the best agent there is to effect it Then you get besides the honey making a double crop of fruit and honey If you sow some alfalfa near by you can have a rlctharvest of tho honey Be careful about spraying in blooming time on account of the bees Care In Selecting Alfalfa Seed It a good stand is obtained an alfalfa field continues to produce goo crops for years In succession It it certainly worth while then to be especially careful with regard to thli most important factor in securing maximum yieldsthe seed This is emphasized by the fact that the ma Jority of alfalfa failures are known tc be due to weeds the seeds of whlcfc are frequently sown with the alfalfa The most common adulterations ol alfalfa seed are bur clover yellow trefoil and sweet clover Crab grass sit grass and green and yellow foxtail are also found But the worst weed seed found In alfalfa seed is fodder Alfalfa seed resemble those of red clover ifl flizej but differ in not facing so ufiffbiin lh shape The color should bo green fir greenish yelelowipa1kened djscojpred and J1S its dwl1plants and stronger plants than dr the small and ImmaturesResults from Soil Tests The restoration of wornout ard light soils by the rotation of crops and the use of legumes haS been proven practicable In tests made by the flails department of the University of Wisconsin station Marsh soils have been investigated at four point in the state and methods of management which will assure profitable returns have been tried The aid in making drainage plans has been extended to almost 200 land owners and 17 drainage districts At the same time soil examinations were made and aid was given in about 400 cases Some soil survey work has been done with such excellent results that the need of a state survey Is to mediate and pressingiThe Best HarnessDressing Three ounces of turpentine and two ounces of refined beeswax are dis solved together over a slow fire Then add one ounce of ivory black and a dram of Indigo well pulverized and mixed together When the wax and turpentine are dissolved add the Ivory black anti indigo and stir till cold Apply very thin Wash afterward and you will have a beautiful polish This blacking keeps the leather soft It Is excellent for buggytops antI harness n England a large amount of bees wax Is used by the makers of hall 5s dressing Kentucky Fair Dates Lancaster July 2S3 days Georgetown July S3 Sday3v Stanford July213 days Winchester Aug 34 days Danville Aug 4Idays iliac Grass Fair Lexington An- jou tlaYJLr v lIarrqtllblirgA u jj J23d ays lawrenuebnrg Ang if4 Nys BubonrKyjllti Aug IS3 days Hrodhead tug J83 days Pen vvllJe AUR 183 days- Slielbyville Aug 24 5 days iufHsfielil Aug 25 i days oedo Auf 2ldays NiehokwviMe Auf Sl4 days Frankfort Aug 31 4 lay V To piias4riiio Stpt15 day- sojow Sept 4 days Ketiifcy state Fairs Louisville Seat H9 d a s r JwralW esjftction of the bowels K iteghMi eIoeeof Doaas Kegulits lg fh Trustisiest cures babltual 5 eaata a bdx A yir driggiI 34W ItD APPLYING SUMMER MULCH4 Ground Should Be Worked Over Fine and Deep end Left Free from All Weeds Before applying tho mulch tho ground should bo worked over fine and deep and left free from all weeds the clippings should then be spread evenly over the surface working it under the leaves of low growing plants and well up around the stems of taU ones AS lilies Once placed thfi mulcll should not be disturbed ns its object is tO ex clude light and hot air and Tetafrt moisture Left undisturbed under the influence of rain and dew It settles Into a feltlike mat that effectually discourages the growth of weeds while retaining the moisture coolness and friableness the soil go essential to the welfare of the plant The mulch must be added to from time to time as tha drying out of the grass renders it much thinner tuatf when applied and beds much exposed will require much heavier mulching than those in partial or complete shade So too beds of fine low growing plants willTequIre much less mulching than tall robust plants as the cosmos cleome dahlia or perennial phlox whlchmay be kept mulched to a depth of eight or ten inches to advantage and in a season of normal rainfall will require little If any watering Where a part of a bed has been mulched and the remaining part left uncovered and watered it has been discovered that the weeds grew ram pantly needing constant attention and that no amount of water seems to assuage the thirst of the soil under a brilliant sun while the soil of the protected pOrtibn Of the bed would on turning back tuG muieil bd found cool moist and free from weeds It is well in the Interest of come liness to add fresh grass as often as twice a week on those beds most in evidence Where white clover forms part of the covering of the lawn the effect of the beds covered with the green grass and dainty blossoms and crowned with bright flowers is charm leg Such a mulch if left on the ground during winter will protect the soil and prevent its leaching and in the spring will have decayed and may be worked into the ground adding a valuable elementhumusto the soil TO CATCH A SMALL ANIMAL Catcher Invented to Capture Elusive Little Beasts With Comparatively Little Trouble person who has tried to catch a pig or other small animal in even a cOthplrathteIyJngtrJcted space will appreciate the Value of the animal chtcher invented by an OkjaliOman Iy means Or this device the cipture of elusive little beasts Is made Com paratively easy and it will no doubt be much in demand among farmers Jaws Seize the Leg and butchers The contrivance con sists of a pair of grappling tongs with pivoted curved jaws and foldable arms One Of these arms fits over a pole and rope Is slipped through a ring atone pd and passed through a ring at the snmelJitihftth at ihS intersection In using he cafcticr the Operator seizes the ls legvlth the jaws of the in c flosedvantage derived is that the pursuer need not continually stoop and hurl himself at the fugitive to grasp its leg with his own hands a proceeding maddening in its frequent failures and l sof dignityeTransplanting Tomatoes Tomatoes are too tender to trans plant until all danger of frost is past Let the ground get good and warm nothing is gained by transplanting tomatoes in ground that Is cold The Idea that tomatoes do best on rather poor soil is a mistake they will ripen a little earlier on such soil but will not produce as many or as fine toma oes as when grown on good rich soil f the soil is so rich that they are In dined to run to vine be a little rough with them and so check their growth What Hog Cholera Costs Illinois Hog cholera costs Illinois one to four million dollars annually in animals destroyed This disease can ziJngStates dmreiu of animal husbandry and tho Illinois authorIIIzemissioners to prepare and furnish this serum free to the stock men of tho1 state For Rent Threo rooms Over Singer Sewing Machine office on Second street pplytbis cilice tf If you are going tp have your house refreshened with now wall paper see BJueuson if r Switches and puffs made to order Stock on hand to select ffomI alga have in stock triangles chignons In fact every Una in hair dressing I guar antee to restore grey hair to its engine color Cjll and Bed me at 42f VmY St Mrs Alice Harper I buy har and coinhiBjcs and clippings SniT Notice h Parties wko have receistly had pko tojtrapks JUde and have glskfed tfcejr ordwi10 be Jnisfc d also those who un iot pSP5Sd their orders but have k f 3Iti aM Mqa 9ted te Cftli lI t ti4kson as possibki ii in 3Hk tiuit wk MM J be eattfMwit 1C W ik K i cc NATURE THE GREAT CanJAlways Performing Feats est Exactitude of Science not Rival The bursting leaves of spring time performstude of science cannot hope to rival In a leaf the living matter is the chem BydaYllghthe carbonic acid gas from the air Then it is decomposing this gas into its component elements carbon and carbon It is retaining as part of the plants food to enter into combination with water and the oxy UtmusihereByIs an essential feature In the opera tion Qut of the carbon and the water the leaf chemist will elaborate the sugars andstarches which the plant world affords As sugar the products will pass from the leaf to be stored up as In the ease of the potato for example so as to afford a storehouse of food whereon the plant mny draw for Its sustenance and for the development of its leaves and flowers when occa sion comes All the vegetable es sences and acids the scents and gums the Juices which yield India rubber the flavoring of fruits and even the color of the flowers are similarly the product of a constructive chemistry which beats mails best efforts to imi tate Man follows nature but at a distance WANTED NO IRISH CONFETTI Master at Arms of United States War ship Gives Good Reasons for fiii Objections ThertfiS fIt hope we will never be stationed1 in ah Irish port remarked Chief 5Ias teratArms Edward Shehea of them United States ship Dixie as he greeted old friends at the Philadelphia navy yardWe had our orders to steam to Phlllle and we had been at Pensacola co long that the citizens of the Florida receptionfoof the citizens was a typical son of the ould sod who Lad given a rapid fire run of questions about everything he saw When the ladles began to snW f confetti on us as we were leaving the Irishman was a curious but careful watcher Joining the party I was walking with he added Phat th dlvil are they throwln at ye lad Confetti is it he said when we answered him Sure ye ought t sge our Irish confetti To our turn of curiosity he an swered by taking us to a house in the course of erection Locating a pile of broken bricks he said Sure theres the finest lot of Irish 0nfetti yo cn lay yr eyes on lads No sir No Irish farewell receptions for meI concluded the master atarms as he exhibited fl bit df brick among his souvenirs of t1ift stay at PensacoialrrPhlladelphla Times a Boycott on Physicians Something unique in the line of a strike or a boycOtt was recently reported from a small town in Bur gundy The physicians of the place raised their rates 30 per cent and a inassmeeting of all the ailing folk Was called at which It was decided fo dispense with the medical mens trust to luck to get well The opportunity seems a splendid one for Christian Scientists to step in and make hay while the sun shines says the London Standard The doctors of the place are said to be determined on holding out for their ncreased scale of charges and of course no colleagues from neighbor ing towns will commit so grave a breach of professional etiquette as to turn blacklegs and poach on the other physicians preserves But the medi- alc attendants are playing perhaps rather a dangerous game Whore will they be if their patients get well without them 1 Speculative Insurance Mania A mania for speculative insurances on the lives of public personages pro vailed in England during the eigh teenth century Warren Hastings the pretender thft rebel lords or the mi- bjtCh f8 Admiral Bras answered 6 q alit tng purpfise Of Speculation quotaIwaymen Sir Robert WaipSig at ode of his career when hiS life was endangered by popular tumults was insured for many thousands and when George IL fought at Dettlngen 25 peT cent was paid against his return Such speculative insurances wore however largely checked by thp sam bUng act of 1774 which maje insurable interest a necessary condition for a valid policy A Conclusive He tort You know the proverb about crow- Ing hens invariably coming to some bad end said the man who disap proves of suffragettes I dont know about crowing hens answered Miss Cayenne but I have positive information that in quietlov ing communities a crowing rooster meets his finish inside of 21 hours Trying It on the Dog Manager effusively We have selected your town Mr trim for the first production of our play Editor sarcastically Thea I feel sorry for you Mr Tryou- tlIanngeruneasllyWhy s01 EditorThe local S P l A te especially active here HIGHEST PRICES j Paidforyouri i r Chickens r EggS t and i other Bbtiltry iIt will pay youio eutai cfisposfing any your jjrof sik t J p f L GT1F BROS a R tF r c P b c JA Not In The Trust THE ADMIRAL IS THE LATEST 4iBEST MOWERL 3 THE SUCCESSFUL FARMER f II KEEPS TO DATE On Machines The great advance in farming methods has kept pace with the improve beenreadyhero more progressive than today That is why the Admiral mower has grertvalueappa correspondingincreaseuniform tilt and all the other features that have made Walter A Wood mowers famous wherever grass is grown If you are going to buy a pleasureforask us at any timethe sooner the better Douglas Simmons Agents r i TEXAS LANDS FOR SALE The eyes of the world are on Texas Wheat 20 to 43 bushels corn 30 to 50 bnshels oats 60 to 90 bushels alfalfa that wonderful enricher of the soil 4 to 5 tons all the other 3rops grown in Central Kentucky except 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 Write for full toE G PARRISHPLAINVIEW TEXAS 1 have for sale 19300 shires of stock in one of the richest shouldiMadam Get This Free Cake of Toilet Soap Today We have instructed the Richmond druggists to present during this week only a full 25c cake of Savon Marvelo the ideal hot weather soapto every woman who purchases a 50 cent jar of Crime Marvelo Going to Use Any Brasefleld Y yVhIt6 RayburnflIcbmondTh Farm Savon Marvelo is a peroxide soap which removes all odor of perspiration from the body and prevents stain It liberates oxygen when used in washing and makes the skin- soft and It bleaches the skin One bodyodors youlIadamwhich you buy Creme Marvelo the sum mer cream will an indispensable part of your summer outfit when you have once used it Unlike it does not leave the skin greasy does it stain the daintiest fabrics It will allow you to have a clear becoming tan and will absolutely sunburn Other MarTelo PreparationsD- enlogewitn 11202 Tooth Powder Ur farming peroxide of hydrogen in the crevices of the teeth it neutralizes thedeeaythgfood particles at the time making the teeth a pearly whitened leaving the mouth sweet and clean Pondre Marvelo n smooth tine face powder which powlerthe skin We giving you this soap because we want you to prove for yourself that it is the delaybutThe Brighton Chemical Co Cincinnati Ohio FOR SALE BY e Perry Thomas The Rexall Store Lumber Sash Laths PaintI Rubber or Felt Roofing PLANS FURNISHED REASONABLE f Better come direct to Todd Lackey Corner Main and Orchard Streets AND GETDA SQUARE DEAL TeI phone 100 Richmond Ky The Houhton Buggy Break Cart and Speed Sulkies JSS P H Bald of LouisviIleKy who is one ol the largest dealers of highclass vehicles writes I handle most all highclass buggies but I consider tho- HouJthtonby far the best Goodman Bros Co of Shelbyville Ky say that the Honehtou Buggy is superior tothe Columbus Moyer or Kaufman We do not believe that the Houghton can be surpassed J H McKee Liveryman Shelbyyille Ky writfs I have in my livery the Mo er Curtis kReld Stivers and The Honghton lam frank to place the Houghton the leader and dot believe a better buggy can be built Quality and not pounds makes vehicles durable comfortable jg and stylish Consult ay of the following home users of the Houghton who are your ttnaineesmen and in perfect accord with the above testimonials 1irmer Hide Richmond 1 N Tuxld Jo Oldbam Jr Richmond Hall UP clear be other creams nor prevent same are Doors Geo P Simmons Richmond SJooiilason Whites Station Goodloe CUtis RichmondIAl Cornelison RichmondjLJoe Azhill Liveryman Richmond L JcsyStfler of a Hohtoa will tell iyou they are by farttr best 1I 1llnKSthSo lyHBe that awsanly the llntSt material and lot t1e eottt fh aeeuideratioa IIsdhen Hdth fiMrt Brk Cart in the 0rld tiat ii aia4T yiir Ia e4tkaA Place your 0l eleadYi r I1U EOLVEKOl a i 0 I tr a S J rr i I ppsa4eet trrtt r L P Springt I andIx as- sortmentI ever brought to this I city See them Before you pur chaseqt t l BENNETT and HIGGINS Furniture and Undertaking Telephones 73 Main Street gJfl S pe p a a ppS I Coal Up Now While Prices sire down You know of course the ups and downs of conl prices You know that while now theyre down theyll soon be up Yon know just what yon need lor Winter and et you delay Respect your Pocketbook Order your Coal now Telephone HO Rex Red Ash Jellico We have tho exclusive sale AIttfal order will convince you that ours is n little better than ouJhave been getting elsewhere nnd our prices are no higher possibly les Full Weight or Coal Forfeited B H Luxon Bro gentHurstj Union City Ky Phone 15J ring 2 tf Hooke the carpet cleaner ia in town p oJ work or no pay Work done at jo r own home Call up Phone 08 2t I Viney Moore Practical muse Residence on E St Special attention to ladies In con fiiieinent For Sale Tobacco Sticks StovffWood Cord Wouil for Sale Oscar f Richmond Ky Money to Loan on Good Farm- Landsf The Northwestern Mutual Life In surance Co will loan money on good i proved farm lands on Mortgage Apply So J C Chenault Atty 69f Richmond Ky Found- S indav nioruiug on L N road Livingston tuit case contain coilting Ojfter can have Fame by 4 ov ing property and paying for thii ire ClotH Dudley 3 210 Third St Lost Coat On 1bursday June the lOtli Some where between the L N dopot and my residence on Pnints MiJ Pike Indien MAck Broadcloth coat win BUck Silk lining and large Black Buttons Finder will be liberally re warded for return to this office ASA Wilson- It Rouel To Fair Secretaries- The Climax desires to call attention of officers of the lain to the fact that this office Is thoroughly equipped for printing catalogue work nnd can turn ouf the very best and most sat isfactory wcrk Our prices are the cheapest consistent with htghcla workmanship and we will be pleased loflgure with anyone desiring work Will bo glad to send samples of otlr j work Address The Climax Printing Co Richmon1 IcyU Write it Deep Into Your Memory that an uptodate drHgglst muM iknow bow to choose hie raj8 WM bbtaiHrug adalteraied aixtwef Wi e IIHI4IwRe have a kaowlwla ra8dtheirpropertieekitaetbe ie 4ilIig of adoetw JtlMtvlff We ee tGII oar PrHCrikMfreM etJl gl but the purest jwi Jreebe 4rqU 1alizingthat tfaVllw W b pui- ei Fe care IkUI ptU ii- tir MCY 0111 hen Mpt8M1tWiJtTa j 1 LJ1 0J j f Around Town GeoMarischen Danville will have a fourday fair beginning August 3rd Capt Ike M Dunn secretary dayThatlay for the farmers Owing to the increased cost ol floor and the strike of bakers bread is selling at 15c a loaf in New York City W 0 Mays son of Dr Mays at Paint Lick has been nominated by Ihe republicans for county judge of 3arrard county Every Masoft in the county should attend St Johns Oar Celebration at lerea the 51th Fill your baskets and be there early A fine program has been arrangedIThe Klliston District Sunday School convention will meet at Speedwell July lIth at 10 oclock Allday pro ram has been prepared and a splen Everybody Total Eclipse Ira 1 Hicks the noted weather prog tosticator says there will be a total eclIpse of the sun on the 17th The new moon will appear on that date travel intratong with iho sun nearly all day appearing a bright ring Ready For Bids In this issue of The Climax appeals the call for bids oh placing the ccurt hOUse yard and pavements in upto date attractive condition When thisI work ia completed Madison county WVI have one tof the handsomest court houses in Kentucky Sunday School Convention Trie Sunday School of all churches in the county will hold a convention at Valley View next Saturday Every body is cordially invited to bo there splendid program hns been prepared lad the meeting will last all day On the second Friday in July the conven don will meet at Speedwell Lightning at Berea During the storm Wednesday light lung struck the building at Berea Col fefcp in which Dr Frost bad just finished centering a degree on State erintendent of Schools J G Itfabbe The holt caused much confusion and excitement but did not set fire to the house and the exercises proceeded More Good Property There were so many articles on the list at Prof O P Simmons sale that dl could not be put up and it was necessary for him to have another His datA is Saturday June 26 begin ninA at two oclock He has some fine articles to bo sold on that day See ad ia this issue Evangelistic Rally An evangelistic rally will begin Monday June 21 at the Second Chris an church Big Hill Ave near E Main at and services will be held avery evening at 745 Everybody is invited to attend three meetings Uiusing evangelistic songs and plain pointed practical sermons are in store vid it is believed much good will be ccompliehe Rev E O Lunger pastor Will conduct Ihe cervices Still At Large Wm Sparks who killed Mr Joe J UIli lllast week has not yet been cap tured His generally believed thatI lie Bklpjiell to the mountains and is in tiding tliere While wo do not hear so much Tjfltd talk yet the public is bitterly aaltparkr and while no mob violettee wmiid bo reported to yet IHJ will have a hard time trying to explain ba why he killed worthy 1oung man as was Mr Cof lias Handsome Buildings Those ofour people who have not tees the work should go out and take 4 lookat the handsome buildings going op at the Normal School Unit BI you have seen them von have no concep tion of his magnitude of Ihe work The rains have retarded buildingwHne what but the work ia being piwhed lapidly Mr Sam Rice 8Ciperinteu lent of construction which means hat everything will be done correctly and accordiBg to contract odcsIn Real Life A lady lutent oa rawing aoaw ehkkeas pare eed see eje for the parpeee She iBijaiied ofa frjend iwwtewr the eriwaii r wia HB ier te K 4i wrt tttoiiftrptZiirse ire ehi k M MM iowr wQroc M mlttllilAW tbr e we itbe y r H piisi 41aadtlteM W MI M i I tosk tMk I tMit IkGreat CutPrice Sale o- fP1110 SPHll I SuHsOn Saturday June J9th we will begin a fifteen days cut price clearance sale of all spring and summer suits for CASH ONLY Stocks are much too overThesefit every man IMany are the famous Kenton Specials the finest suits made None reserved all go 4 For2About twentyfive Boys Long Pants Suits fine all wool material of great dur ability but old stock and out of style Take them for 2a suit Cheaper than overalls Bogs Knee vits Very unusual reduction on all Boys Knee Suits with straight pants as follows 500W for 350 W 250 300 f 9 I THE b Bfg Contract Local Firm Gets Work inNew York Amounting to 4000000 We are glad to note that on last Fri day the contract lor a section of the Moodna Pressure Tunnel in New York was awarded to the well known con tracting firm of Mason Hanger Company of this city they being the lowest and best bidders at this price in round numbers o four million dollars This tunnel runs from the QatskHl Mountains to New York City and is seventeen feet in diameter and will cost when completed one hundred and sixty millions of dpllarsrand will take about four years to complete It is for the purpose of supplying pure water to New York City The terms of the contract are such is to insure the letting tn only the largest and best contractors in the United states Mr Harry B Hanger who secured the contract for his company is now in New York Many Good Things The entertainment committee has placed un order with Joe our splendid caterer for great quantities of frappe fruit candies and nuts to be served to thin Kentucky Press Association at Es till Springs The Richmond Cigar Cons given order for several hundred special brands which Mr Miller the clever manager is preparing They will have handsome labels specially designed and printed for the occasion Too True The poorest girls in tie world are hose not taught to work says uu ex change Rich parents have petted them and they have been taught to IcHpiso labor and to depend upon others for a living and are perfectly helpless The most lorlorn women be long to this class It is the duty of the parent to protect their daughters from this deplorable condition Tbej do them a great wrong if they neglect it Every daughter should be taught to earn her own living The wheel of fortune rolls swiftly around the rich ire likely to become poor and the poor rich Skill added to labor is no disadvantage to lbo rich and is indisjieusa bo to the poor Welltodo parent educate their daughteis to work No reform in moro imperative than this Changes Needed Why is it that criminals fear the Federal Court so much more than they do our State Courts asks tho Frankfort Jouitial It isuot that the Federal Judges and cflieials an better than those of tho State or that they are moro anxious and able to enforce the laws It is because under Federal procedure the administration of criminal laws is swifter surer and far better than it is in tho State Courts Theso delay theso fre quent failnrc of jubtice and the slow and uncertain process in the courts aggravate those who want to see tho laws enforced and encourage tombb violence thpse who become so impa tient at the laws delays If the General Assembly would make sonic needed changes Iii our criminal practio such arefound in the Federtl Codrts and in the courts of most of the other Stales it would greatly reduce crieae ia Kentucky establish far more respect for our Jaw4 and remove the irritating cause that furnishes most mobs with their excuse Mobs will become loss fro7 qnent and violest jastla proportion M pur courts are enabled to punish crlwlaal move pwuptly and aio- rssu17a J 0 ti L 350 400 for 250 for 175 Ambition His is a poor ambition who has no desire to do something that will live itftorbe is dead All can not endow libraries found schools build inonu mente become famous in science liter tnre music or art but each can d something to which ho will be remem notnsands and the lamented of the nation hut in the hearts of the craft in Ken tucky lie can become enshrined forevnr nnd his name appear on the rolls of honor in the records of Kentucky Masonry Let it bejunderetood that it is not the purpose to publish to fur world or announce in the market planer that a brother 111 his last will and testament hits remembered the old Mason the widow and orphan for the brother wouldnt want such publicity hut it will be on record on the tablets of love and memory among ourselves Masonic llama Journal Hay Makers Elect Officers The Hay Makers of Floating Canoe Tribe No 70 elected the following Officers for the ensuing year tbwit Jas W Wagers Fleet Foot Chief Hay Maker T C Vaughn Big Chief Assistant Hay Maker John E Sexton The Scalper Past Hay- Maker rhos W Reeves Cross Cut Overseer Robt Goden Silting Bull Horn Blower A B Kunl Duck Foot Collector of Straw and Keeper of Bundles Dave Nelson lOSS Driver Mose Nelson Guard of Hay Loft and James M Bronston Guard of Barn Door Fleet Foot sass that he is making preparations for a big time on or about the 4th of July and his Braves and Waning arc getting anxious to start on the War Dance so palefaces must look sharp as ho will come down the Creek and the Water is line Sitting Bull and Big Chief can hardly wait for the time to come they already have a nice pig C IL and a golden egg Rot ready to tako ou the trip Running For Office Too Expensive One of the most fruitful causes of graft in lotl ics is the cost that has become necessary to land a goud place The Fiankfort News says on Lhis subject We heard a man say the other day that he would have to spend 15000 to have even a chanci for an office for which he was a can didate lie also said that his oppon ant coud spend 10000 and not miss- i and would do so rather than be de tented So tbe poor man withdrew from the race Surely that is not right This country where it is our boast that all men are equal certainly should give every man a chance gardless of his wealth Office should not go to tho man who can tpead the urost money and it should not be necessary for a man to spend more than tho office ID worth in order to pet it That is what makes graft this spending of large sums to get small offices Tko man who has an offirc for four years which during that time will pay him 10 000 and who has paid out 5000 tpget Uw place feels that Jie ought to kayO some return for hIs motley That is why we have tile grafters They ares nut 1y trjrgL O tek evea It should be so that every man accord log to his ability has the same chaare as any other nan tQ be elected to office regardls1 of how mack taocey either candidate its Otherwise we 1111109 recejh MM pulL wk t My tlM rieii or g l 8fMlMl c c 2500 2250 2000 t Choice for 1650I 1250 now 950 1000 now 750 OutofStyle Suits 1150 5About 100 suits as fine as we ever sold formerly priced at 10 to 25 Nothing wrong but the style Choice for only 5 And some that are soiled and shop worn for 350 Cool Suits at 35O Fine quality wool crash coat pants suits no vest nice cool summer suits off styles but great bargains Former prices 8 to J5 Choice now for 350 The pants alone are worth more STORE Cloudburst Great Damage Done Along Land N in Garrard One Life Lost PaintLick Sugar Creek and their tributaries went on a rampage Wednes lay and great damage was dpno atlJ tong their banks The iron bridge at Silver Creek was swept away as was also about one mile of Track Another railroad bridge at Lowell was also put out of commission The loss to L M will amount to about 10000 The lo sot farm crops fences washed land md damage to buildings cannot be estimated the water sweeping every thing before it The Slavin store house and blacksmith shop at Point Leave together with contents were iwept away rT E Dickerson the wellknown raveling man lost his wagon and team at Point Leavell barely escaping xith his life The little daughter of kVra Whittaker was drowned in Little Kickman The mother was attempt ing to ford the stream with the daugh er and another little girl The cur rent was too swift and she managed to get across with the one child Many acres of tobacco and hemp was washed away meaning a total 10s1 rho entire stock of goods in the Slaviu oom was washed away and is a total toes The downpour was greater than iver known in that section coming Jn heets for about two hours The rail road company hind to run trains around tjy Livingston it requiring several lays to repair damage Too Many Shirkers What if all of the latent power of ihe shirkers in our churches could be made available You would see many church that now seems dormant break forth with renewed activity hut wo cant feel oar individual obli gations and we should Wo seem to hlnk the work will go on without iur help and so we peacefully fold jur arms in repose I remember there used to bo some always in the sports of tho play ground who when they found that tfioy wore in a close place would cry out Kingcx crse I never thought that word sounded well in play und it has no letter savor in the great conflict of the moral world Kings excuse usually means no excuse at all And in the alliuipprtiint affair of the kingdom of heaven there are no such excuses to be heard by its kings In lighting our Trafalgar the Ichurch expects every man to do his duty Christian Helper Worthy of Imitation Senator Combs of Lexington who has been freducntly mentioned as a candidate for Governor has settled that question by stating that under no circumstances will ho be a candi date Sen Combs nctiouis at least worthy of imitation There are a number of names mentioned in cot aection with the office of Governor that it might b3 well to have with iliawn from consideration ihiev Imply clog the machine and Confuc the voters We want a candidate for Governor this time we can win with one that tM party can enthuse over and there is no use cumbering the iists with selling platers wbofwhen the rail race begins would be left at the poet The best thing that could happen Ja this ccnnjctloa would be for the tooratsto pickup to the best nn for the place and nominate him whether iha wanted It or not In w4 of chosi g some self sea IBg poiitieUiH who wnta the nonitnatios- let Httgflaii 81N J 1500 1650 1700 Choice for and What Will be Said of The Groom Hero is tho way Ed Howeof the Atchison Globe suys the papers will write up weddings ten years hence The bride looked very well in a traveling dress but all eyes were crntered on the groom He wore a dark suit that fitted his form perfect ly and in his dainty gloved hands he carried a small rose His curly hair was beautifully done and a delicious odor of hair oil of the best qrality floated down the aisle as ho passed The young people will miss him now that ho is married He is loved by all for his winning ways tender graces and many accomplishments The bride commands a good salary as bookkeeper in St Joe and the roomI will miss none of the which he has been accustomed A crowd of pretty men saw him off at the depot Enormous Increase in Divorces Twenty years ago an Investigation by the Department of Labor showed that 328710 divorces had beeu grant ed in the United States between 1867 and 1886 and that divorces were in creasing two and onehalf times as fast as population The recent census for 18891900 brings to light 945 025 divorces and demonstrates that the movement constantly gains in velocity At present probably one marriage in tea is broken and in some States the proportion may be as high as one in four Forty years ago the b oad contrast was between North and South but the divorce rates of North and South have been converg ing whereas those of East and West have diverged The Central States have two and oneball times the rate of the Atlantic States while for the Western States tho proportion is three and onehalf Although the tide of divorce is ris- Ing the world over nowhere is it so high nowhere is it risingso fast as in the United States Our rate is twice that of Switzerland thrice that of Froncoand five times that of Ger many A Business Parable Once a farmer had 1800 bushels of wheat which he sold not to a single grain merchant but to 1800 r ont dealers a bushel cachoA few of them paid in cash but far the greater number said it was not convenient then they would pay later A few months passed and the mans bank account ran low How is this he said My 1800 bushels of grain should have kept me in afllucnce un tif another crop Is raised but I have parled with the grain and have in stead only a vast number of accounts so small and scattered thttt I cannot get around and collect fast enough to payexpenses So he posted up a public notice and asked all thosewho owed him to pay quickly But tow came Tho rest said Mine Is only a small matter and I will go and pay some of thcfij Jays forgetting that though eabh Account was very small wheiiil1- were put together they meant a iarg jiUni to the man Things went on thus The man got to feeling so badly that be fell out of bed and awoke and running to his granery found his 1800 bushels of wheat still safe there Hohad only been dream Ing Moral The next day tho maa went to the publisher of1JilpapeF and said Hew is the pay for your pper and when next years sub scription is Aw you can depend JOB nto sy promptly I stood latheI poItka of a editor Jlst iiitk lJtoW it feels to haver ones bons41yrtted monoyscatrM all 0Y rHntry in aaah1aata zt r n II Good Showing Normal School Regents Hold Important Session Good Showing Made The Board ot Regents of the Eastern Kentucky State Normal School was in session here last and Saturday and transacted much business and not having completed its business adjourned over to next Thursday The ellroll attendance during the past year in both the Normal School and Model School reached 837 pupils Considering tho litigation in wbicb the school lias been involved almost from its organization and the consequent doubt which has existed in the public mind as to the whole matter the Board thinks this is an nnnsnally good showing and better than they expected Now that the school is on a solid foundation the attendance next y jar in the opinion of tlie Board will easily reach the twelve hundred mark Among other things the Board determined to havea corner Stone Lay ing of the main on the Campus on Tuesday June 29th Gov Wilson will be picscnt on that occasion and an interesting program will be later anuouncel 200 American Jews Millionaires There areupward of POOO million airesit the United States the number of the JewishAmerican millionaires doei not exceed 200 Jews number 1600000 are about onesixtieth of our population but since the Jews do not live in the country we must take as a basis computation the city and town population where the Jews liye and of which the Jews form less than one thirtieth eo that from this view point tho Jews are under their due propor iou Among the moro than 1200 millionaires in New York there are about lOU Jewish names The 200 captains of American industry cover every field of human enterprise Boys Suits 4 Long Pants r Ages 15 to 20 years Fine stylish suits all our newest at these bargain prices J500for975 1000 for 750 For5About fifty Boys Long Pants Suits best material and workmanship sizes 16 to 20 years not the latest styles regular prices 10 to 15choice now for onlyI 5 Great for school or everyday wear COVINCTON BANKSFOR QUALITY Friday building City Council Tho city Council met Tuesday night Mayor Woods presiding and Messrs Moberly McKee Smith Covin ton and Maupin present with city clerk A B Faris and city attorney if H Collins at their posts A motion was made to abolish the Board of Works and some discussion followed as to tire right of Council to do this after es tablishing tlieBoard by ordinance the same having entered upon discharge of duty It is probable that the court will bo called upon to decide the question Redeemed coupons to the amount of 12160 were burned and it was ordered that 5000 of the 1894 sohool bonds be taken up In an estimate as to the year 1909 and 1910 it was found that it wonld require about 3000 less than last year the city schools not requiring so much Several matters as to side walks were discussed council refusing to order new ones only when petition ed by neighbors in localities where needed The license tax heretofore levied on merchants was revoked and all paid since April 1 will be refunded that is when paid fora year in advance Chief Allman was granted leave to at tend the meeting of Chiefs of Police at Buffalo together with 35 expenge money Emil Lorlach was elected member of council to succeed J A Merehon resigned DEA1HS Ginsox Aftera brief illness Mr Frank Gibson died art his homo on Lancaster pike Saturday night He was one of the best known citizens in Madison county and enjoyed thecon fidence and respect of all He was largely connected and influential end his death is deeply deplored lie was a member of the Christian church The funeral services were conducted by Rev Geo P Simmons yesterday afternoon the burial taking place at the Richmond Cemetery I Prof Mitchell Pardoned Prof Robert Mitchell who resided in Richmond for some time having chargeof the local band has been par doned from the Georgia penitentiary by Governor Hoke Smith Mitchell was sent up for life for the murder of the proprietor of a cigar store at Rome in that State last summer The Atlanta Constitution of June kit gives Gov Smiths reason fur issuing the pardon It follows Robert Mitchell white Floyd crnn ty 1003 murder life imprisonmon1 While this prisoner has only been in the penitentiary a little over twelvemonths he has become paralyzed from his waist down lie is helpless anl harmless and his afllctton is incnrabl His punishment is worse than Uatli He has a wife antI relatives who an willing to care for him in lila belple i condition The ends of justice do ret require that he should remain in pitable condition away from thosa wo can lessen his suffering and care for his wants A Smooth Trick Two strangers succeeded in workicrr a very smooth confidence game Ore of them went into a dry goods store ard bought a spool of thread which cost He gave tte clerk a HO bill to pay for same The clerk gave him the chang He then said I thought that was f l bill I gave you Here he took a il bill out of lila pocket and sail1tI Ko that was all right He then took tb So bill and put it in his pocket ao the 94c in change and laying the SI bil with the other four he said he wonkl like to have a 35 bill for it The cler got the f5 bill Then hesaid he woaM like to have his 10 bill for the clinn o I if it was not too much trouble The clerk gave him a S10 bill for the five u change and a gi bill After hn lEft the clerk who was a woman got tiithinking she was out is on the so she got the merchant to count ip the register when it was found tliaf such was the case YOung Couples WILL FIND THAT WE CAN BEST FILL TIE NEEDOY THAT NEW s HOME IN j Furniture Carpets Stoves and all Home Supplies WE MAE l SPECIALTY OF FITTING OUT NEW gOMES COMPLETELY J1SO CAN 4 NAgYpIT REMARKABLY GOOD PlilCES ON YOUR a l NEEDS LET US FIGURE WITH YOU LtJMA4and HIGGINS J iU111fltw Cas and = L 6 j st toWs oj J5 7 r Opp HotcliGl t Richmond Kentucky acbinesHl uJ J T kJ 1 f 2 i- iiI I i j 1 i Keep CobI 1 d n- JI rt bI I ByWearing i urisirtg Union SuitsThe very nicest underwear you can buy also the most economical They are perlect fit tinge fine quality light weight noniritating ana nonchaffing Once you wear the Murising Underwear you will always wear it PRICES RANGE FROM 5Oc to 15O OWEN McKee The Richmond Climax HEHT IT THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO Incorporated A D MILLER Picst and Mangc LOUIS LANDRAMitorMember PRESS and DISTRICT PUBLISHERS FBICE 100 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE WEDNESDAY JUNE 16 1909 A Frankfort special to the Courier Journal says That the next State Senate will be Democratic by a safe majorityseems to be certain judging from the information on the elections to be hold this fall This fact that tile county officers in a great majority of the counties are Democrats and that they am to be voted for this taB meansjhat the Democrats will have an extra strong campaign committee in each county to bring out the vote It is figured that the majority of the counties in the State will go Demo cratic with the county elections to helpand that this means success for the legislative and senatorial candi dates There are seven holdover Democrats in the next Senate There are twelve holdover Republican so that the Republicans will have to elect eight of their nominees in November in order to control the Senate while the Democrats will have to elect 13 to give them control Of the 13 districts in which Senators are to be elected this fall nine are so surely Democratic that they are con ceded by the Republicans and there are nine districts that are classed BE doubtful With the seven holdovers and the nine certain Democratic dis tricts the Democrats will have 10 Sen ators to start the court and will have to elect only four in the doubtful district to have control and three to tie Any good politican can taR these figures if he is familiar with the districts and figure out the result to suit himself The Republican politicians figure that they have the best chance because they have the most holdovers and claim Louisville and Covingtonjis reasonably certain for their candidates The Democrats however saythat a large majority of the distrlctslnwhich Senators are to be elected this fall are now represented by Democrats and will be again TIIEUK is a good deal of talk these days abou the kind of personal liberty which in the aggregate amounts to public license The per sonal liberty theory has Its chiefest exponent in the school of anarchy whose followers believe in no law but It is more or less exploited by per sons of all beliefs and Is abstractly believed in perhaps by nearly every body Therels an innate resentment In every human breast against rc straint and and If such restraint interferes with his pcrsuits even though it ibo for the benefit of society his resentmeit is not likely to be lessened One ot the most important elements in any successful life Is that of poise balance One who is so constituted mentally that he is capable of seeing tho viewpoint of the other man in the controversy usually has little complaint against law even though it interferes with his personal desires provided only that such restraint operates for the best interests of the public The lawsare restraints upon upon us all but only a few obscure Anarchists would do away with all law Chas N Ettitigcr one of the founders of Chicago Universitya roan of scholarly attainments and r brilliant mind WAS found dead by his own baud a few days SInce He feared he would commit violence and when he saw his miid becoming clouded asked that his family place him reitralat FrleiHN and re- tUyuausiiktotthIuk a iw to fetfi MNfAM to hamper his movements even when ho desired it It is often the bright est minds that become obsessed by mental vagaries Frequently one hears of a deliberate wellplanned un emotional suicide the person com mitting the deed for some reason that seems to him sufficient but more often it is the result of a temporarily unbalanced mind Persons of great ability are mot frequently attacked in that manner John D Waketield Kentucky por- respondent for the Cincinnati Enquirer had the following in Sundays paper regarding our townsman lion J A Sullivan Democrats from the Eighth Con gressional District and from many other sections of the state are booming Judge Jere A Sullivan of Richmond Madison County for some political honor commens JndgeTSullivans ability and popularity There are numerous Democrats who feel that Judge Sullivan should be given a place on the next Democratic state ticket if he could be induced to accept It It Is known that the real ambition of the Madison County man Ii to represent the Eighth District in Congress but those who are anxious to see the party nominate a ticket that will be certain to win are Insisting that Mr Sullivans name should be on the ticket as it is conceded that he would be a tower of strength to the Democrats in a campaign Judge Sullivan has worked his way up to the top and is now one of the most prominent and most influential bankers and lawyers in the Common wealth His work as a member of the last General Assembly in the interest of the public school system in the State has given him a strong follow tug throughout the Commonwealth and particularly in the section where better cgncational facilities were needed IWILL the balloon displace the automobiles asks contemporary It will have to come down to earth to do it No selfrespecting automo bile is going above the earth just to be displaced thats certain a l l I Persona1J Prof C Rucker Adams has gone to ChicagoJ Stevens is able to be out after a very severe illness Mrs Harry Blanton is In Lexington visiting relatives Miss Grate Stone has returned to her home In Burgin Mrs H B Hanger is spending a few daysin Cincinnati Mrs J W Earing has returned from a visit In Louisville Miss Mary Miller is visiting Miss Kate Lee Denny at Point Leavel Mrs C A Tag e has gone to Roch ester N Y for an extended visit Miss Nancy Swope of Winchester has entered the Normal school Miss Margaret Hopper of Stanford has entered the Normal School Miss Bessie Brewer of Lebanon is visiting Miss Thompson Taylor Mrs J B Parrent of Gainesville Ga is the guestof Mrs P FlAdains Mrs Allcen Boggs has retained from a visit to Mrs Hubbard of Coy ingtonMrs Edwin Price of Garrard has been visiting her sister Mrs George BallewJoe Prewltt Cbcnault Is at home from Georgetown College to spend the summer Mrs Alen and daughter of Carlisle are visiting her parents Mr and Mrs JW Zaring James Rooksby has bees visiting his sister Mrs Bea JOBBSOB of South LouisvilleMiss Breck who bas beta teaching in the West is at horn for the simmer Miss Dnen Foster ettltls eky will take part ia tM cto ttoary edktWt to V gift M MMfert ia gi Jhr S JWIIitilt t cfI ryW Mrs Davis who has been visiting here has returned to her home in Campbellsvillc Dr C F Burnam of Baltimore is visiting his parents Judge and Mrs A R Burnam Prof EO McDouglc delivered the address to the graduating class of the Paris High School Misses Mary D Pickets and Julia White are at home from the Boston Conservatory Music Mrs Laura Coleman of Canada who has been visiting Mrs C C Wallace has gone to Louisville Mrs W G White who is at home from the Good Samaritan Hospital at Lexington is Improving Mrs Yates Hudson and children of Danville are guests of Mrs Frank Robinson on High Street Judge and Mrs HC Rice left Thursday for Stone Lake Iowa to visit their son Lackey and wife Mr and Mrs Hanley Nippert have returned to Hartwill Ohio after B visit to Mr and Mrs J D Dykes Rev and Mrs H M Rogers of Vincennes Indiana are guests of Mrs Curran C Smith on NortJT street Mrs J Addison Smith wll leave this week for Rochester N Y for a visit to her son Rev Herbert Smith Mr N B Deatherago returned Friday from Memphis icnn where he attended the Confederate reunion Mrs Louis Landram has returned from a visit to Lancaster where she attended the MarksburyMorrow wed dingAlice the little daughter of Mr and Mrs M C Kellogg is recovering from her severe illness of typhoid feverMiss Eva Smith has returned from Oxford O and will spend the sum mer with her parents Dr and Mrs J A Smith Mr E T Burnam and wife have been visiting in Covington befort leaving for protracted visit to rela tives in Denver Col Mrs Robert C Boggs was called tc Mt Sterling Friday by the death ol her uncle Al Schlcgeltvbrothcr to the late Louis J Schlegel As we go to press Edwin Powell it entertaining his young friends with a daisy party at his home on West Main itreet The invitations were dainU affairs hand painted in daisies George the son of Mrs Laura Blan ton who was operated on for a rup nre is doing nicely and the many friends of the young man hope to see him out soon The operation was performed by Drs Jasper Smootand BurnamThe Fla Metropolis tells of the splendid success In coUegt by the two sops of Rev WI1 Dodge Next Fall they will resume their studies ina theological seminary to further prepare themselves for the ministryMr G Ballard who under went such a serious operation last week for nlceratlun of the stomach is doing nicely and hopes are now entertained Ju his recovery Hi mother and Will Ballard pf louisv- Ille have been at the bedside all weekWinchester Democrat Mrs Cells Huguely and Mrs Raymond Shearer of Red House are visiting Mrs J W Shearer Miss Lillian Rogers of Richmond is visiting here Little Uurnle Myers of Richmond is here visiting his grandparents Lexlngton Gazette Mrs Kellogg Richmond Is visltiagCol and Mrs R C Morgan Miss Elizabeth Era bry is gueat here today She is returning home from Paris where she attended the TalbottWhltney wed ding Thursday LaBeaster Record Mrs JOG T Arnold and SOB of RlchmQndart Tiaitfag Mrs W H Ward Mis- Amaad Anderses hs euterod the Normal sefceoU at Richmond Mrs4 FftjuIfKlUpU and sister Mrs tktai CraJg ot Denier Gala are risking MM They are damrktarg she IM Tfcci CfetittofiMN whtt wee toe ftMrif oi Kwiiftm ooa tf WMJT WIll itIIMa lIr u 3 coraer leaving hero 60 years ago They have met many old friends and aresuprised at the growth of our city The convention of the Kentucky Federation of Womens Clubs came to a close at Otfensboro Saturday after a delightful and profitable meeting Mrs T J Smith of this city was elected second vice president and Mrs Banks also of Richmond was elected a delegate to the biennial meeting to be held at Cincinnati in May 1910 The Courier Journal says the visitors many ol them won were impressed by the practical results re ported by the Federation its earnest ness and its unity It is a throughly coherent body all pulling to the same end There is no question that It embraces the greatest power In the state I BASE BALLI L Notes an ossiPjH- owThey Stand Clubs Won Lost Pet Rlchmond21 11 css Winchester 2t 13 b2J Frankfort i IS IS so- oLexlugiouIG 19 4- i7ParkIt 19 424 Shelbyville 11 6 LoseTo Frankfort The Pioneers were at Frankfort Sunday for a game and were defeated by the score of 6 to Although both teams made the same number of hits ours were too badly scattered to be productive of runs anti too fast fielding by the Lawmakers cut short our chances on more than one occasion They pulled off three fast double plays all of them coming at a time when if missed wuld have resulted in a score for the Pioneers The real cause oi the defeat was the manner in which the Lawmakers pounded Goldrns offerings Golden was taken out ol the box in the seventh and Creager sent in This move stopped the scoring of the Lawmakers but it was too late Two now men were in the line up Maloney was in centerfield and Baird was on second base Both plaved nice ball Maloney had one putout scored the only run of the game for the Pioneers and made two hits out of lout times at bat Baird accepted seven chance in nice fashion and while he did not get a hit he gets base on balls and a sacrifice Both men look like they are good players and will help matters considerably Thescorel 2345678 IJR Frankfort1O11030xRicImmondj 1 G Earned Unas Richmond 1 Frank fort 5 Three base hitLong lob e hitsDawson Thoss Lone Nor ton Struck out Golden 4 Creager 1 McDowell Bases oil balls McDow ell 1 Sacrifice hits Baird Strader Znrlnce Norton Stolen basesWhit taker Wombel Thoss 2 Steele Ange meier Left on bases Richmond 7 Frankfort 4 Double playsDardlo and Steelo Dardio unassisted Strader and Norton Time of game Onejionr and fortyfive miuutes Umpire Hariley Notes We still lead but There is one consolation when we lose Winchester does the same Creager is doing his best to keep u it the top but ho needs some as aistrncc Why doesnt Roy Golden come We need him badly Rain stopped the game at Paris Sat urday in the fifth inning Neithel side had made a score Looks like Rube Watkins can pitch a little lIe struck out eleven Pioneers last Friday Richmond won though by the score of 6 to a There will be some fine sport here all week A game will be played every Jay provided it forgets to rain Berte who caught for Richmond last year and who leone of tin garnet t men who ever put on a mask is catch tug for the Covingtou Blues in the O K league The wonder of the season is Robinson who is pitching for Toledo in tin American Association lIe was given i trial br Richmond last season and vas turned loose not being goo anough but he is doing fine work foi Toledo Wonders will never cease i f Frank Legislation The Texas Legislature has passed ai amendment to the appropriation tot he State Industrial School providing hat girls shall be taught milliner md dress making but in no case art hey to be more than 20 or a dreet nore than foO No hat shall be mqn than eight inches in diameter and noni shan be mado the brim of which turns lown shaped like a peach basket reak tray or wash board Those leg slalom certainly have great heads 01 them Taxation county unit bills am lie pressing subjects worry them not Yomsnd apparel must be regulated yen if the rest of the business gee indone Pity such wise men cannot eglslate for the universe it would be treat relief to us male mortals Stan tord Journal L NLow Rates Special rates in effect via Louisville x Nashville Rail Road Co Oa July 21st tickets will besoM to Mammoth Cave and return at 1205 hia amount will include board and rooms at Mammoth Cave Hotel fron irrival forSupper until after breakfast norning of the third day also the wo routes in the cave including u ipeciat side trip to see the ruins ot Kurnak or great Mammoth Dome excursion train leaving Richmond at 127 a m- On July 1st and 22nd tickets will bt sold to Chautauqua anl return foi 1 15 00 for the routidtrip tickets sold m July 1st will be limited to return null Aug 8rd inclusive Tickets solo 311 July 22nd will be limited to return until Aug 24th On account of the Garrard County i air tickets will be sold to LaucasUii ind return on July 28th 29th and SOthj limited to July 31st at 102 for the round On jane 27tlittliero will baa apecia jccareion to OtHciiinatl aud mtun leaving lUchmonu at 040 a in nrrivju tt Ciiicinuati at 1030 a in leaving that point at 700 p 175 for the wand trip peefa1 tHk arrives and trt frotnrossk it tca oM Jt Vfl4dtlhtIJ t-ltuc J ii i v 1 f J WE HAVEPLENTY 8IZES AND ALL WIDTHSI TO FIT ANY FOOT IN =f S i r aa Ii Sho s and Slippers II wkkeep them coming all the time See our line of infants arid childrens xrz I fj wine and Tan Colored Slippers Dont think that any old thing wi1J do the children See that they get the proper th1gJand are T s i uw properly fitted Bring or send them to us l i F a r r I RICE ARNOLDONE PRICE HOUSE ITHEUS I I Jiiia Jt 1JI- BASE BALLRICHMOND vs WINCHESTER Today June 16 FRANKFORT Thursday Iii day SaturdayJune 1716 19 At RICHMOND League Park 330 p m The Value of Rheumaline Uheumaline as a cure for rheuma tism can not be reckoned ia dollars and cents The price is no figure if it does the work and as proof that itdoe read this I have had muscular rheumatism and while I am not entirely cured still I have received a good deal ot benefit and can conscientionrly recommend it to all suffering trom rhennatisni Mrs Boyd Muse Jfajsville KyV The greatest value of Rheumaline is that it gets you up on your f et anti enables you to lesnmo sour work which is of the highest value when you come to think of it for Kheunialino Joes cure rheumatism lumbago set atica neuralgia gout and kidney iver bladder stomach and blood troubles caused by uric acid and Rheumaline Capsules stqp that pain immediately Rhenmaline Tablets re lieve constipation Gt Rhrcnialino from Perry Thomrs Drug Store which is time sole agency here It is u uric acid antitoxin with power CORkESPOrDENCEV HUTHTON Mrs George Gates has been on the sick list- Philip Long who has been very ill has convalesced Elphra Williams has returned hem from a several months stay out West Mr and Mrs Waltur Azbell have u lino boy whom they will call Russcl Albin Misses Nannie and Nora Cruse spent last week with Mrs J L tJouletto at Caleast Most all our farmers have finished setting tobacco and corn crops and gardens arc looking tine Uov A L Tussey will preach at orinth church the third Saturday ind Sunday in this month Mr J A Robinson and Mrs Jerome Jotton attended the burial of their tiece Miss Nulliu Long in Danville Misses Ethel Gafrett Bessie Clark Lizzie Smith and Bertha Lear attend d the Bcroa Commencement lust Well nesd tty Itch Stopped Skin Cooled Itching skin diseases afllict com people as soon as hoE weather comes There ceems to bo no preventive but chen the eruption does break out it is very simple matter to stop that itch and to stop it Instantly Just a few drops of Oil of Winter reen properly compounded washed ever the eruption will spoiho and smooth tne skin instantly giving that JolJng and refrefihing sensation Try a few drols of this D D D Compound and your itch will be n Hevcd at once not in a half an hou or ten minutes but in five second Jail atiour store and we will tell you nore about this D D D Compound iSod by Stockton Hagan Commissioners Sale f C Uroustons Admr and lire Plff Against 1 0 Brcnstotfa His and Crdts Dlts Notice of Sue lit 1iztty virtnreof a Judgment toni 0 dr o aleuf tho Alailtson Circuit Court rein1 ered at the May Term thertof llOi it he above etyle cause the undorsi nod oaWednesday July 7 J909 ptween the hours of 12 oclock a JH tnd 2 oclock p m on premises in fiickson County Kentucky proceed tu expose to Public Sale to the highest ind best bidder the following de cubed property viz A tract of laud situated in Jackson Jounty Ky on the waters of Main Horse Lick Creek patented in the name Kiah Crook and by him deeded to las D Ballard including nil of said tract of land on the South side of the top of ridge North of the Deer Lick Hollow with the exception of about 40 4cres now owned by Hawkins Mc Queen Said tract of land cqntai ji 500 acres by survey anti is the caun land which was conveyed to T CV rtronston deed from the Master- Cotnniisslnimer of the Madison Cilcuil Jourf recordotl in Deed look No J at page 128 of the Jnckson County Court Clerks Office TERMSSale will be made on a iredit of eix and twelve months The lurohaser wilt bn required tu givt bond with approved security for the ilWl1ent of time uliiliaB tare thafotc6tMtlllfftpt oft Dilis neut bearing JegaU iirtefMt from the of hle i Jjlah res4tYCiILtpoi- lati property until all iLi purchase money Japalcl T H jLllNS MQ MIVV O- a JDuUOfJ i i Madison Institute Sale Continued On Saturday JuliA 20 beginning at 2 p m I will sell at public auction all the goods remaining unsold from the former sale consisting of 12 or 15 good bed room sets a large number of mat- tressesI and chairs toilet ware etc This is the best furniture in the Madi son Institute equipment apd remains unsold because we did not reach it in the first sale This property will be sold withoutreserve 2t G P SImmons Notice to Contractors flits will be received by tIme under signed to oclocka m ITuesdy June 22 J909 forthe furnishing ot the materials and labor necessary and construct ing Pave ment8G titters and Curbing in nnd anuiud tlie courthouse square RIch- mond Ky according to plans and specifications pared by J R John son which plans and specifications are nowon file in the County Judges office Tho Bcccessful bidder will be required- to kiv bond with approved security for the faithful performance of his contract and the right is reserved to rejecLatiyaimrlall bids N HtUUPIN JD DYKES Committee J II JONESVJ RJOHKSON Engineer For Sale New set pony harness and cart In perfect conditiun Roy C White For Sale Large and small wheat corn and tobacco farms level rich and free andIBlakely Bowling Green Ky n9lmo Notice I have rented and repaired and furnishedwith new furniture the upstairs part of the Dillingham Building recently bought by tile Elks and am prepared to accomodato transient and regular boarders Please give me a call N A Durham 3m The Neighbors Say My Breads the Best that because my Gas Range bakes evenly and my oven heats in seven minutes I find Gas cheaper than wood coal or gasoline Richmond Water Light Co serviceable Snit In minti c ev iON i alt patterns or nIIw Mil III Bull sniatet n velties In town fact that we head he isa that rare bcfound of In 1i1fi chat 1 t Dlt nloma D t tT T ma 8t STQT lta T t tc etA8t 8n STaee fa VS over Perry drug store i Bem 1eK Rural Telephones Mr Knrinet Make your as modem for your family as a real nnd place yourself in a pofitiontn get tjtp la rtt market qnolatinng at tithe This can bo accoinplihfdlly inpans of our telephone you nIl nehhbor can get for a sum that Is entail conipriroil with beno fls teiivtd Call or ihlrt ffl our nearest oIIlcH or write lu X 8hvillv fur inlorinaiion le txriliiii our special PaMiinrH line If at present you are no tfleplibiin rvico we can inmipdiatfly Bt you Our wiverHio ot TeniicBsee Mitsisbii alit ol Indiiina anti I Richmofid COf Raises Turkeys Mrs Ellora Sonneinaker niasfod III says 4Myiidi JaviIltal heir I Imvoiglmty head of fine Bourlran ural I give them Boarlun Poultry tiyic a week and have not lost nny Sold Ijy Perry and ol Suit iir gj of j tit bl in Them Dr Jt 0 Sate StyofV leiinarv Mpiligal AEbH Ivokomo Ind lImo lnof hogs oh th Holt 11801 WHS oiI VMtviday Vf iZiVt4 this rume ly of tliuin Sold bj Terry jitiI Thoml1s VIIOT WEATHER BARGAINS Not is a merchant in a position to offer R AL BARGAINS at the ginningof the season bnh conditions such as exist today are advantageous to the far sljrhted uptodate merchant Owing to the pnSsejit state of affairs manufacturers and commission houses are offoriug great inducements to the man quantity The quantity has never scared us invile you and your friends to in a great bargain The People Appreciate the Qood 1 Yaliies They respond bur announcements and patronize stare that gives them best t 4 GLAU TIDINGS OF GOOD VALUES Mens apsitiircs now 750 Moils Sui juailtt Jinn time liPwetit 15 Office Kcrvicp Telephone 911re MBIIS Allvi inI Bilurt nw priUjr patteitmeV 1Q Melts high qniliiy iuli est pridncipn 20 H hatsaJnuwJ150 2V3 Millinery Excellence Visitors and straingers should not overlook the the most exclusive and artis tic wear found in the There quality about it is andthat cannot in the millinery shops addition of style there is the of price Eet i home city lenco any wlifih your the direct beaifuinriioe Tennesase rate enjoying iilerc lines States Keiitiukv lAiuiifvna the linuis Incorporated young turkeys Tnrknys hat jxis to to Saved Grew AmoricHii Mass hr which Hnurbon Cliulern Ueilledy was the credit saving often very talks word hence we share feast to the the Tmlond wodtrdu Knits ifiinwnt carry ctyy many charm Thomas Southern portion Fine Thomas Vewantcvcry uiolliur tofccN The Nazareth Waist UniorrSuttI- IH 8itiKlc enripent that tin 11111 tar lInl mtJhltOS it4ktHirctit1wnlkn niisli ilny and C11K f ii llllr- iJcrwrnr utnliil tlicoatnctln e Ilictliililreii get u Ixtier fit llic lictlcr voarlnc 1101 more OHiifwitHlile uiKliTcarrii cot than licrcloforo Has plenty id tiHH niitl biittonti fyrevury imnKfrc ferxlrciible trout of 6trul1J tIlt rrlndircod gusVset that cant Liii Ntiu rigid aU the wa y lliroiiKli iiinl gunV niilcoit xrfccf For IK nnil xrirlriSlo K lIl And you save iiioiiev ill this pi IisV 4ku tUiOIJBA Ill EHBtOOi1 SKlllTSAlI color hcluJing hijack whit pjain or embroidered flwiince Sale line i Jt8 l p V s it f ttg f 1ojtri amidemn I O VNS AiIclaIm III1 in lace broideij Sile pico u u un LACKSrLotxoIsmitiVliontorcIjon ojigeianJInsertion Sale price fj f i 3pe Jari1 += 11 ell hi litt amii t Drawera tl rI j 1 a 121r Matllnga Carpetsil Dotli UJnH t tti Rupectfwy Sulomitr to th Cash Trade E V Elder 7 i f Main StreetI J JI Richmond Kentu ky- Ir tL j ri ii StoufferOldest Established and Tailoring in Richmond 1 + 1l George l PLUMBINGSl Doctor t Gas and Gasoline Engines 1 Agents for Johnson Best System of Water Works l for country ahd suburban o es l z t210 E Main Street Phone 619l l RICHMOND KENTUCKY 1 0 + Harvest Season is here and when in need ofa fnchinedont forget that we handle the Deering Builders t and Mowersi the machine noted for its light draft and durability Goodloe Curtis Its Building you intend to erect a house store house barn or other I will be glad to make drawings and submit prices on your workt Repair work neatly and done First class work guaranteed Get my estimate before making contracts for anything in the carpenters Sline J J J t Jff JEFFRICHMOND KY 4 Women For nervous tired women we recommend Car dui Cardui is a womans medicine It acts specifically on the female organs and has a tonic building effect on the whole system It contains no harmful ingredients being a pure vegetable extract If you suffer from some form of female trouble get Cardui at once and give it a fair trial iAKE CARU U I It Will Help You Mrs W W Gardner of riducah Kyfried Cardui and wriUjt eArSIsleepaoodIAT ALL DBTO STOBlS L lt r 1 L j j4 T = = U = lILr- h l Starling Clothes ARE THE BEST- CLOTHES Bench Tailored Rcady to I Wear Guaranteed not to Shrink or Fade 50 years experience the factory guarantee in suits all sizes from smallest boy to largest man Newest stock in city to select from Fine Line New S- tyleHats and Furnishing Goods Suit Cases Trunks Umbrellas etc at lowest prices for high class goods I Ju BM Clothing House English forl Timei- f promptly STONE Nervous nervoujeeI Danger In Delay Kidney Diseases are too rang erons for Richmond to Neglect The great danger of kidney troubles is that they get a firm hold before the sufferer recognizes them Health is gradually undermined Backacho headache nervousness lamelcs soreness lumbago urinary troubles dropsy diabetes and Urights disease follow in merciless succession Dont neglect your kidneys Cure them with the ccitain and safe remedy Doans Kidney Pills which has cured people right here in this locality Wilson Fain supt of toads NIch olasvllle Ky says About two years ago I began to have cnnsidera ble trouble with my kidneys As a general rule the first symptom of kidney complaint begins with back ache but in my case the principal an nryance was too frequent passages of the kidney secretions My wife read about I cans Kidney Pills and notic ing that they had been used with great benefit for similar trouble I procured a box Tneyentirely cured me and I have no return of kidney complaint for two years Doans Kidney Pills have my highest endorse mont For sale by all dealers Prici CompanyBuffalo the United States- Remember the namoDoansandt- ake no other jnlm THESE DAYS of spring mean additional wear and washing for your linenno matter whether you lead a strenuous or aI simple life Suppose therefore you send your work to usWe will not only leng hen the life of the article through scientific launderingbut always return them immaculate Normal City Steam Laundry Telephone 7 Heavy impure blood makes a muddy pimplycomplexion headaches nausea indigestion Thin blood makes you weak palo sickly Bur dock Blood Bitters makes the blood perfecthealth Stops itching instantly Cures piles enzema salt rheum teUer itch hives herpes fcables Doans Ointment At any Drug store Leave you measure for a Spring and Summer Suit at Stonflers tf I I if Vou Lived J In Turkey towonyabout theptibIica fur ceraplexion is estcn J to autyandIhc best toilet rc qoei we balto a lax com pkxio1 t COUXCREAM b defctto xiicf MJ emitir he cipexhdoei wU JII1 c Pefry aThomaz P1 75 j r 1J II EXTRA fcWWEYFOR SOLDIERSI Many Ways by WhiCh Those Who Wear Uncle Sams Uniform Can Earn Dollars There are many ways for enlisted men in the army to earn side miner according to Cot J H Thomson of New York formerly of the United States army There are any number of opportunities for our Philippine sol dlers to make a little money on the sideA good tailor or barber may rea sonably expect to be kept busy contin ually conUnued Col Thomson and an industrious man may gain from these trades from 75 to J100 a month extra money A good musician who can play any band instrument will re ceive J21 a month as a private and if he can qualify as a soloist will be ranked as a noncommissioned officer with increased pay Many and varied are the says the ambitious soldier invents to earn extra money One soldier suns a laundry charging his 150 patrons 1SO a month for all the laundry they wish to send in He pays three eoldiers 30 a month each to help him and clears over 100 a month himself Another soldier tutors dozens of his comrades in reading spelling and arithmetic for three dollars a month each Buying canteen checks at 75 per cent is the business of another soldier These checks are leaned out at their face value to be paid for in cash on pay day Twenty per cent is the Increase in Philipvinesservice counts double time onthe sol diers retirement record At the end of 30 years service in the States 01 15 years in foreign countries the sol dier may retire on threequarters pay LITTLE GARDEN A BLESSING Small Patch of Green In Heart of New York a Grateful Sight to Weary Eyes The little patch of lawn that lies in front of the entrance to Grace church and the rectory comforts and refreshes many a wayfarer weary of the tiresome rows of business build ings that line Broadway unbrokenly from City Hall park to Tenth street says the New York Sun Dally from the first hint of spring to the time when winter sets in for good men and women and children stop for a moment and look with grateful eyes on this grass with its hint of quiet and comfort and peace The church owns the property on the corner of Tenth and Broadway and here it is to plant a garden The land is very valuable It might be used to business profit and no person would criticise the church adversely if the lot were devoted to a building from which profit could be drawn But the whole com munity will applaud the decision that will make it into a resting spot should it turn out as well evenI that the general public must cluded from it It will be green and fresh and pleasant There will be shrubs and flowers and the smell of the earth things worth while even In Broadway The rector wardens and vestry of Grace church show that imagination and are not smothlcredwhole city j Modern Farming Sergt Sharp of the Germantown police tells of an oldfashioned farmer be met during a recent trip through Tioga county Sharp is something of a farmer him self and is interested in anything connected with farms Driving from one town to andther he stopped for a glass of milk and talked shopI with his host He had passed several prosperous looking farms on the way and noticed several motor cars owned by the farmers He asked his host when he was going to get one of the whiz wagons None of them there things for me the fanner answered By heck taint so many years ago that the farmers put their horses in the barn Now they put their hay in the garage bgosh Philadelphia Times Field for Women Lawyers I It Is said that a large majority ofIthe women lawyers of the States are earning comfort le ings in other branches of the profes sion than active practice One broad field in which many of them find em ployment is in analyzing digesting and classifying the decisions of the federal and state courts which have been handed down during the ten years ended with 190C Law publish lag houses give large salaries to capable women for this work An other field which it is said is steadily broadening is in the offices of large corporations Here more and more briefs women are in demand for preparing AS tfr Squlgley Man with the Bulging BrowIm blamed sorry to hear that Squlgley went broke on wheat Hes a fine fel low taking him by and large and Man with the Bulbous Nose Yea but it was his buyln large that broke him A Wide Divergence Phunny What Is the difference between tho paternal shingle and a sun burn cur- oPunnyI suppose it is that one tans tho hide while the other bides the tan r ii= = ALMOST SORKYFOR HOfIIESJI Cleveland Man Has Approval of Con science But He Had to Go Without Eggnog The two Myerses are getting their things mixed agalnHCieorge A Myers and George E Myers inasmuch aS they know each other very well noth big more serious has resulted thus far than the occasional opening of a piece of mall that lacked the middle initial but theres no telling what may hap pen some day The express company having delivered a noggin of eggs to George A Myers ho was inclined at first to claim them for his own Not that he expected any eggs but there was nd evidence that they belonged to th4 other Myers and George A hated tho idea of giving them up to George E unless his ownership were truly estab lished Eggnog is one of the things George A Myers Is strong on and it hurt his very soul to send the eggs over to the rooms of the board of edu cation However he did send tthem over like an honest man Later he saw George E Myers and asked what ho had done WIth the eggs Ate em of course said he Did you learn who sent Uhem to you asked George A Not yet replied George E But they tasted Just as well And to think mourned George A that I went without that eggnog Just to provide George E Myers with a basket of eggs that maybe belonged to me Cleveland Leader MADE A MESSENGER OF LOVE Governor General of Australia Employed as Cupids Emissary Be tween Sweethearts Apropos of Lord Northcotes name being mentioned as a probable succes sor to Earl Grey in Canada his lord ship was once mado curious use of while governor general of Australia says London 11 A P Strolling one night through an avenue of somber trees to a friends house to dinner he was suddenly pounced upon by a maid servant who kissed him effusively and pressed a little parcel into his band Heres a sausage for you I cant come out tonight as master has company she whispered and as mysteriously disappeared When be got to the house he found one of his serv ants loitering by the gate What are you doing there asked Lord North cote Im waiting for my sweetheart the man stammered Where Is she In service here Ah then I am right Here is a sausage from your sweetheart and she wishes me to tell you that she cannot come out tonight as her master has company Seeing that the man looked nervous he added kindly She also gave me a kiss for you but perhaps you would rather wait until you see her Here is five shillings instead Fat Foods and Their Uses It is Impossible to say what will please in the way of fat food The only way Is to experiment feeling sure that the right thing will eventually appear When commonplace fat offends something new and strange will often inspire respect and be received with delight Children who scorn fat in the abstract seldom refuse a light wellmade suet pudding Toast and dripping is a combination that has been known to charm when less humble fare la declined Toffee which is a combination of equrl parts of sugar and melted butter is a high ly nutritious substance that is a gen eral favorite among children Given at the end of the m ar it can seldom do harm Equal parts of chopped fat meat lean meat and bread crumbs the whole lightly seasoned with pepper and salt and a dash of powderedsugar make an agreeable filling with sandwiches that are often acceptable to those who insist that they do not like fat Harpers Bazaar Brave Woman Honored The bravery of Margaret Corbin the first woman to take the soldiers part In the war for American Independence will be commemorated by a bronze tablet unveiled on the site of the old fort during the HudsonFulton celebration this fall Margaret Cor- DIn was thewife of a Pennsylvania private and during the attacks of the Hessians on the outworks of Fort Washtygtonj she loaded one of the cannons in Fort Tryon many times The battle was nearly over when both she and her husband were killed The tablet is presented by C K G Bill ings whose stable of fine trotting horses is located on the site of the fort on upper Manhattan Island Does It Pay The mayoralty chair of Cambridge has come to be called The Hoodoo Chair by those who have followed Cambridge politics for many years Th ro has been no Incumbent for the last ten years who has not suffered from sickness or from business re- VErseD either during or after his term of office The Present mayor John F Brooks was no sooner nominated this spring than he had to undergo an op convalesclngBoston Douals Monument The city of Oouai Is going to erect a monument to John of Bologna one of its most famous citizens The sculptor was born there in 1524 and died at Florence in 1G08 the appella tion of Bologna being a corruption of his own name of de Boullqgne an old Flemish family still In existence The Athenaeum THE CLIMAX stoo I Field Gard- enSjp I iT1 int I f rFielf who are contemplating sowing grass to I f call andexarmne our line and gt prices I I ofV I ne 1GRDc E R I E 4Q 9 IW oyer niora complete l annOY2yt r l r n OrI F t i iS Tcc 3r c L 7ltt L ti f ww fT s c J Jl = j == ltContractors land Builder L I I Will furnish plans and complete aIy of a home or business house you may desire Air work giJ1r iHll teed to be the best that slcille iaboif can pro I i i t ir workof al kinds lf dvant1l+ LTODDSON 1 JBo MirischenFormerly with J B Stouffer Merchant Tailor Appartments over J E Sexton Phone J73 All Kinds qt Pressing gleaning Repairing Satisfaction Guaranteed Your Patronage Solicited DYNAMITE USED AS NARCOTIC piscovered as Dope by Mexicans It Is Said to Produce the MostIAstonishing Dreams Oplum marihuana morphine and cocaine are all insipid drugs when it comes to dynamite for the induction of a really enjoyable sleep said Henry Bexter n mule driver who has been engaged in construction work on the Pacific coast according to the Mexican Herald I tried it and I guess I know Dyna tulle as a narcotic or a dope was dma covered some years ago by Mexicans employed In loading powder holes on railroad construction work Americans have long known the headache pro uc ing power of nitroglycerin and have dreaded the handling of powder in any shape or entering pieces where ex plosions had taken place before the smoke had been cleared out A tiny bit of the grease smeared on the nose will produce a nauseating headache which will last three days But It remained for the peons to find out that dynamite was a luxury Dynamite eating is common on the Pacific slope among Indians who have worked upon the Southern Pacific rail road construction work They take a small grain of It the size of a tiny pill and dissolve it in a glass of tequila Searching out a cool shady place in which they are not apt to be disturbed for at least 24 hours they drink this down or several drinks like It according to how far they have advanced in the habit and roll over in their blankets in the shade When they awaken they have a headache that Is murderous and many pretty tough fights have resulted from too much Indulgence in dynamite But while tbey sleep they enjoy a dream that the thousand and one authors oCI the Arabian Nights tales could hpve described had they all set to work on the one theme FASHION SAVING THE LEVEES Demand for Muskrat Fur Has Started Campaign Against These Pests of the South Womens hats are doing much to save the levees along the Mississippi river in Louisiana said Henry K Lewis This statement sounds fan tastic but of the fashionable fur hats It Is certainly true Muskrats which for years have cost the state no end of trouble and thousands of dollars through their depredations in the levees are now most eagerly sought by tho millinery trade throughout the country and hunters in Louisiana are hunting them In lieu of other game For years the muskrats have bur rowed in the levees and In nearly every case where there has been a crevasse along the river front the cause was traced to a muskrat hole The state has tried several means to get rid of the pests but without sic cess During the last winter the mil linery stores In New Orleans bought several hundred muskrat furs from hunters In the different parishes and placed them on turbans which now so resemble a cat curled up on miladys coiffureSeveral pf the more progressive hunters quickly realized that musk rqts vera marketable and gave up the pursuit of ducks and other game One hunter alone In February killed 600Q rats for which he received 20 cents apiece- Other hunters have followed the lead of this mighty nimrod and it begins to look as If the state will soon rid Itself of the industrious rodent whose burrowlngs have for many years endangered the cities and towns along Louisianas river frontsIiMilwaukee Sentinel Cheated Out of His Fee The recently imposed rule that no lawyer shall solicit business either personally or by runners in the cor rldors of the city police court has caused many funny incidents recently I overheard a violent quarrel out side the second sessions between a young erandn man whose case bo had just tried and won 11 not pay you a cent answered the man finally You approached mo in the corridor in front of witnesses and asked me If I would like to have you try my case If you want your money you can sue me and see what the Judge will do to you for soliciting In the corridors The disgruntled lawyer did riot try to collect his fee Boston Journal One of the Sciences Chandler V RIker had a witness under examination In the circuit court before Judge Adams The witness hadshown how much he did not know on a certain scientific subject Arayou a scientific man demand ed Mr HIker suddenly No sir a plumber was the bold rerplySOh well commented Mr Rlker wtih v smile perhaps you are a sclea tiHc jaiaa after all because plumW as we allikHo Y belongs to the Mie- sfipnNewark Staiv crc 7 ISate Eggs ftnM pure blood rosecenib RhQ 1 iMid Red chickens OM IiIf x Mi cP JAMJrl nttChiU Ii i OUGHT SHELTER FROM RAIN Butterflys Umbrella the Leaf of a of Gilead Tree Under IBalm Which He Clung lIe wag only a butterfly one of those beautiful large bluishblack ones that we so often see about the garden but he knew enough to get In out of the wet It was during one of the heavy showers that so frequenUyi in the hot days dZ midsummer came sud denly Upon us driving every one lo the nearest cover To escape the downpour which means great injury if not destruction to so delicate a creature he quickly flew to a nearby balm of gllead tree where alighting on the under side of a Jarge leaf he clung with wings closely drawn together and hanging straight down ward using the big leaf as ah um brella to shield him Irma the great drops falling alt round High ahd dry here ho remained until the shower had passed and the blue sky and warm sun called him once again to his favorite hauntsFrom Nature and Science in St Nicholas Brussels Domestic Problem fornTho terms and the outings were arranged when the girl asked Who washes the dishes Taken aback the merchant asked her to repeat her question The kid didso without turning a half Madame washes the dishes and I dry them r plied the pianoheI am afraid you will not dOh said the merchant orhgirl retired with a dignified nip With a politeness which is described as exquisite she turned according to the Throne and Country to the merchant and said Tomorrow I shall take lessons at the conserva toire and as soon as I begin to make progress J will call again This story is certified as authentic Oranges Oranges are growing rapidly In fa vor and are coming to be an allthe yearround accompaniment of the breakfast table The extent to which the business is stowing is shown by the report that one railroad during April carried out of southern Call fornla 39P4 carloads of the fruit des tined for the eastern markets This represented 268000000 oranges valued at 4000000 Florida used to hold the palm for orange culture and still Is a good second to California But the figures carry their own suggestive ness of the importance which cltru fruits bold among the manifold ag rlcult ral of the country And orangesare mightily healthful ar food Work and Love Tfiose who do most in the world are those who love most Elbert Hub bard FOR COUNTY ATTOUNKY The CInmx Is nutliorlrtxl lt nntiotincc nomlnalionMadisoncount Dr Hobson Dentist McKee Block Dr Robt C Boggs Dentist Telppliom 267 Office In Oldham Building Dr C H MainhartOmUiitle MrKi lipp Vetplnaij iclleceIII Veterinary Surgeon CALLS ANJhID PROMPTLY Office at Vauglu 8arancUt ibIeT- eIepbonea RICHMOND KY a u5 M OIIENAEJLT- ATTORNEYS AT LAW UCHKOND KENTUCKY Office OB Second street over Chen alts grocery R Emmett Millidntta- ccetsorlo Burgh iDen- ayDENTIST OrerUte Bat a Trutt tpaBT TELEPHONE 295 Dr f S Smith- DENTIST Hobson Building PHONE 205 AlilqIJJiJ V 4- AKTr4LlMWID I r HIMwk r ortKMnil x f 1 M DtoA 7r S J a s 1io M a = w 1 tIf Better Not G r rt Dyspepsia rf11r LSIf yarn can help it Kodol prevents Dyai4y pl effectually helping Nature to Relieve Indigeation But dot trifle with Ipdigestion A great many peopl who havo trifled with indigestion have been sorry for It whea nervous or chronic dyspepsia resulted and they have not been able to cure It Use Kodol and prevent having Dyspepsia v Everyone is subject to Indigos tion Stomach derangement follows stomach abuse ust8s naturally and just as surely as a sound and healthy stomach results upon the taking of KodoL 4 When you experience sourness of stomach belching of gas and nauseating fluid bloated sensation gnawIng pain in the pit of the stomach heart burn socalled diarrhoea headaches dullness or thronic tired feelingyou need Ko tioL And then the quicker you take kodol the belter Eat what you Want let Kodol digest It Ordinary pepsin dyspepsia tab lets physics etc are not likely lo be of much benefit to you In digestive ailments Pepsin is iztly zA partial digester and physics rs rKodolyou could see Kodol digestingevery particle of food of all kinds In tha glass tostt jes in our laboratories you wild know this just as well asTre leO Naturo and Kodol will alwayij cure a sick stomach but in order to bo cured the stomach mnstrestSvS That 1s what Kodol doesrests thv stomach while tho stomach getif welL Just as simple as A B C Our Guarantee = tOd37afldgetadOIiainUre Ihonestly fgiste anatobntonelnaamy The large bot tides as much as the filtrcent bottle thjiothrieSOfECDeWjttCotjjcj l For Sale bj PERRY THOMAS r I C I IC V e Floral Designs Cut Flowers b Plants r t 7J f b c Furnished on short notice SpecmlattentlOnJo ft designs for Funerals and Weddings Vv at Richmond Greenhouses u TELEPHONE 188 WEST MAIN IOpen Sundays from 2 lo 5 p in J c I New Quarters We are established our new quarters in the lold City rjiUbiiiUltii r and are better prepared than ever to care for your skins Bring us your Hides Furs and Iron Fresh Groceries and Vegetables season 7 harman Grocery = Company = Fresh VegetableS 1 Daily IWe receive daily ever thing in Vegetableai suchas NewrRearis Peas Beets Kudishes Cuqumbejs0Lettuce Onions Tomatoes Pie PlatittSparagtlS Cabjjage Sweet w Potatoes Etc Wf will pay the ImukqV price in CASH FO- REGGS 1 TOouintoflt CoPPhone 72 232 West Main streetIiI h The Oil Stove With a CABINET TOP The New Perfection Wick Blue Flame Oil CookStove diffr from all other oil stovcsIt hat a CABINET TOP This means you can keep dishesand utensils within easy reach while cooking and can letp food kctZ i after removing Itfrom the blazeyj From its wonderful burnersvtot its racks for holding towels thlTJ 1 i 11 NEWPERFECflONlf t Wick BhL Flame Oil CookStove is without ecfeal Its principIa of concentrated heat means that thevmfrlcv can be done quickly and whhout the kitchen being heated to an unbearable Can be lighted instantly and turned high1oor Jldegree m at will Three sizes With or without Cabinet At your dealcrsjor write our nearest agency t i 8 oIiamp Icomcssible to get Gives a clcarv hrih t that retches the farthct corner of a h A Ivtngmom Veil made throughout of nickelel brim yoacdslrvnttvurneareztagmcy Standard Oil Company Incorporated u A E ITHIS IS THE SEASON FOR J M 4 1egetatWiM We haveeyerykind fnh and ev- A iL i at right prices 4S VTreceive fresh shipments every IOur iooootStal h Faiay Groceulcls1 i k T2 b tJi daunqb jequaled w i SW1ELL McKINNYJ f rJ GHSOeERS Iiot J 1 5ir t La i re223 S 1 to t The Busy eeash 51oreELEVENTH GR E A T IUM N CLflUNU ALE rr r rrOortathGreatSale Our Eleventh Great Loom End and Clearance Sale Our Biggest and Best Sale Our Sale that the concentrated efforts and brains of all our u ers have been taxed to the limit to tnake it the biggest and best sale we have ever had Commencing SATURDAY JuneI9at 8a m Be on hand when the doors are thrown open Be ready to take advantage of an opportunity that will probably not be yours again in a lifetime This J3 daYs sale wifl be with out question of a doubt the big gest bargain feast and sale of seasonable merchandise that was ever given in Madison or adjoining counties Commercial circles will be astoundedat the tremendous bargains of fered Plenty of bright faced salesmen and salesladies will be on hand to welcome you and administer to your wants Dont delay Dont wait Come early C t I in at we we we we IIEE 1V J f of of took to Loom of as a are we is to on entire to in of as as we to very best all is in of that to upon days have of such a as all most your Sale 0 t 4 made deep in prices in our You can buy wee up to date hats fur boys what a wool cost We have a large stock Straw hats far been straw we on the lot them out this sale 3 Hawes will be ing f 4 from the factory as the is f at 3 d s i IfI f rea 400 mens bleached drill Drawers seam pearl regular 15o sellers Scriveners mobs 1ilt not and Urawers in a regular way 50e our during the Loom End Sale We have n full line of Vests in bleached and mens slid loop drawers mens athletic suits boys Halbrlggin underwear and been reduced in price for Loom End Sale w 300 large Bed regular fl values Salo y v 300 extra good Bed Spreads heavy 150 sale 200 tine f Loom End Sale c tine our 175 values vill be sold this at j 50 vary fringed Marsaliles Spreads worth f2 25 6om 0 nct Sale price I 25 pink blue and red fringed Bed worth 150 salu price v i in on an 63 Go 2I 98 98 in at on no an our 7 39c 2313 125 s 1 Our lot of lino have been this If you need line Late for now for you the low Out is full Wo have cases of Luce Curtains for sale to see can bo for a nominal sum are mill in of them can be and cheap tIf P We have decided to close all our Corsets handle the cele brated Lady Corsets all the the following at No 139J 48 Corsets price 1 Loom End Sale price 65 No 60 Corsets price Loom End price t Oi No 203 28 Corsets 2 OO Loom l 25 The following LADY Corsets will be closed out during this sale account of over supply Cersets price 51 Loom price 432 Corsets Lot 042 19 Corsets price Loom End Sale price 402 27 Corsets regular price Loom End price 500 pairs elbow length Gloves regular value will be sold all colors black during this sale 75 pairs ladies extra quality elbow length Gloves our 200 quality will be sold during sale 98 Ladies short Silk and Taffeta Gloves be sold during this sale very reduced prices Get sizes before they are prone will be earthquake the and circumfrence It and buy accumulation of city size stores big feel good of Richmond and and give 13 days purchases that be the of and surrounding for It be long heretofore of descriptions cost of manufacturers one occurs We the will of extra wait 13 and often of merchandise will afford the Let possibly can bargain event and Boys Bargains inroads Department fur men and for in of men and Theweatheu has bad for hats and made andwin close celebrated Hats dur sale special privilege stipulated the over W clastic brand Shirts vonh mens shirt union have Great BedSpreads nice Loom white largo size extra price 100 white BedSpread sale line white Bed brown 111 150 11898c Lace Curtains Lace reduced irijprioe sale your homes can thorn less paid stock upwlUJmanynev several iinpefcrct You them had Ofcour8c there Imperfections some but easily bought fallto attend giving feast Special Corset rice- Announcement Thomp sons Glove Fitting and American new FittingCorsetgood reg Lot 163 Sale Lot regular Sale Lot Numbers Lot regular Sale Lot regular 150 Lot 150 Sale ladies and 300 will that entire you FineCurtalns 150 this Needles Shuttles and for use in All Make of Sewing Needles Shuttles and Bobbins machine Mahcine up in are easy to and you trpuble This will be biggest p m i Richmond Everything Goes in ThisGreat Sale Loom One mens Jeans Pants about pair in lot N Yo brand well all sizes One lot boys madras shirts 50o values Loom End Sale price 29c One lot fine Butter Milk Toilet put 3 cakes to box ach cake nicely in sells usually at 25c per box End Salo price per box lOc In glass bottles 15c values 5c 300 French Batiste in blue regular 50o yard 45 inches wide sale price 25o Waists material nicely tucked and back all sizes price 49c 300 ladies fine Waists worth U25 End 790 200 ladies fine Waists all sizes Sale price ro v Sic 300 yards brown Linen that sells for 20 o a End Sale price t12Vc 1000 extra large Turkish Towels price 20c each Loom End Sale price Vv lOc I SOOyards fine White 36 inches inistflpesC reguhirSSc value End Sale price 1100 500 mens Canvas Gloves bought for sale WJMlethoy last per Tif Rugs in nice size lar1 250 each End Salo price i li24Wo bought for tbis sale pnolo line Rugs j 30x72 size reguar value 14 our End Sale price2 48 We are selling during this 9x12 Brussels groom size good for eo j 8 75 200 rolls in all grades has reduced for this so low can afford to carpet back yards and side walks Get our prices and he Watch For Red Tickets TJ rrr rr rrWe have many all success ful expect to make this the great est money saving sale for our customers that have ever held As know weather been against the vj iVV of spring which us ft with a very stock of desirable mer chandise This stock must be reduced materially to insure this reduction mwe name prices during this sale that will be This Sale is for Cashand Cash Only V V Not a will be charged dur this sale Cash sale because we have Such as we are nam ing will fully justify the cash You know who are know where we are know when adver tise a sale it means a sale No fake rep resentations to draw to disap invite you to attend this sale largest best sale have ever had You will not be disappointedyou will get what want at Loom End Look For Red Tickets v The store that quality up the down Bring your goods sold during guaranteedas represented Your money refunded if article purchased is not entirely satisfactory p DQNTFAILTO COMEto our and best Bargain Sale This sale will a bargain low prices good merchandise that will arouse people Madison adjoining counties from center to great nerve a great outlay of ready cash this large manufac turors Ends for a the Richmond for rule these snaps usually gobbled up by the larger in the citiesBut there too the people Madison We propose public a stupendous sale our will talk county counties come will a premier effort value giving on all kinds wearingupparelsuch public will remember have been able give the people the merchandise at less than actual wholesale This sale but seldom in any community have certainly prepared for immense crowds people this sales having already engaged numbers people the large crowds attending this sale during the sacrifice of The people of Richmond vicinity dont opportunity attending sacrifice this sale public who attend this wonderful giving replenish wardrobes begins SATU RDAV JU NE19thCONTINUING 13 DAYS VA Mens and Hat have Hat common hat would a regular way boys children sweeping reductions during Our sold this at 225 t by pride pairs buttons sale price 500 price short sleeve unbleached short all size white End price V very regular price price fringed during L colored AMERICAN 98bat biggest merchandise Mens Underwear valuoso 71c Curtains for Curtains buy moneythan formerly for grades designs now this want remedied p 4on this bargain out styles Lot reg End price End Silk Silk for Bobbins Machine We sell for any made Our Needles put cubes handle save sale the Ui23a51tever End Bargains lot Camlet 200 tho made 39c laundred regular Soap up wrapped paper Loon Good Talcum Powder regular yards fine pink light lavender and black value 500 ladies White Shirt beautiful front regular sellers Embroidered Shirt Loom sale price extra Embroidered Shirt regular 150sellers Loom End Suitings regular yard Loom quiltedtop 09o Bathe regular RugRugs C Madras wide Loom pairs especially this pair 5b- QnoJlpiVelvei patterns 27x54 rcg Loom especially Velvet Loom sale beautiful Rugs quality Matting been you your convinced had sales but we you the has movement goods leaves large and inyincible single article ing must money prices you you crowds point We the and prices you m keeps the price coinCASH SALE All this sale any nothing county thee the weeks the never ordinary fact attend seasonable We entire Spreads Spreads price sale feature 100 dozen ladles black and tan Hose no seam in foot manufacturers seconds worth regular 15c per pair Loom nd Sale 60 50 dozen ladles full regular black split foot seam regular price 2oc Loom End Sale price x180 50 dozen ladies gauze lisle Hose black full regular price 356 pair Loom End Sale price19c50 dozen ladies Jull regular black lace boot top Hose worth 3oo pair sale price lOc 2Q dozen ladies flue imported lisle gauze Hose gaiter top regnlar 5Qc value sale price 25c 20 dozen childs fine black Hose sizes 5 to 61 worth 25o sale price 12a 10Q dozen mens half Hose in all colors worth 15o pair Sa 200 dozen chiMrens tripplekoeo black Hose sizes from 5 to II worth 15c pair In a regular way Loom End Sale price 8c Look for Red Tickets They Mean Bargains r B 4 IIrwL1w rri U C 0 hti i l c tji i d r iSl t f c i 1t f CO tit If L J I ITS a pleasure a satisfaction a profit both to l and us to yet you to wearing our rumble Collegian cloth We realize fully importance of isfying our customers pleasing them every time we these suits that were giving to the man who buys that hes getting style finish and an allwool quality that he cant find in measure anywhere else These Clothes Pay Fancy blue black Suits 1250 TO 2750 The Perfect fitting Popular Priced jMunsing Union Suits Sensible Serviceable Satisfactory Durable Comfortable Inexpensive The fact that people who once wear The Munsing Un derwear can seldom be induced to buy any other kind is the best sort of evidence to the genuine merit of the goods demand increases each succeeding season We have bought a liberal stock but advise trade to while we have a complete assortment of styles and sizes Shoes Hats Caps Gloves Shirts arid Neckwear of the latest styles THIS STORE IS THE HOME OF GOOD CLOT- IiESI STANlFER SOPR l 218 West Main Street Richmond Kentucky Hows THIS J Best Beatt- yvilleCOAL S4OO a Ton2000 Pounds Figure on above rate and see much that is per bushel We have cheaper grades if wanted Harber Coal CompanyTELEPHONE 315 Third Street opposite RICHMOND KY There are rea sons why you get more value in a BUICK than any other car at the price H to 1 ment 1 t Made i U I o the sat of we of a it a a the same or i as The all our buy early e how t L A Depot WE WILL GIVE YOU AT GOOD HONEST AND JOB OF PAINTING You can possibly set a txvcalled to paint your house for less wll1cbnrgelautwlUtbe Our workmen ore alt mechanics tiledouse only the best mnterialslrictly andtheIf you want good reliable and durable lob of one you will be proud of send for us Ifyou otherfellowWe do the licet work and con- ssideringilic grade of materials we use and the reliable results we give you our prices are reasonable Let us figure with you W P BAXTER Phone 112 BC most popu lar known line of cars in the market loday QUANTITY is The Buick factory turns out more cars than any other in the world 20jOOO this yaandmakes all its parts so completely that it qas even its own spark plug factory and oil refinery It supplies many automobile factories with parts and for others itturns out com plete cars which are sold at higher prices under other names ADVERTISINGT- he Buick factory never spends one cent advertising its product Yet Buick cars are well known everywhere The reason is pure merit The enormous sum thus saved is vertisemeptSomeing Who pays for this Think it ov- erCOMMISSION fairlistmediocrityand the buyer of a Buick car feels sure that he is not being stung RATING ledtothe proven power of our cars with that of some of the socalled 30 H P cars The result griv will amuse you There are Other Reasons of Quality Service and Reputation Model 10 22 P 1008 or 1050 According body equip Price includes magneto and rf hill equipment with surr3y touraboutor- tonneamrear t il tlrt ltlin terchanagqable know ellone good profit weave DURABLE painter worknpaintinc The and favorably Model17 3040 H P 750tPrice includes magneto and full equipment This already famous car is equal to any thing within 100000 of its price in the market i r Model Fit 22 H P Price Reduced 250 Most reliable andeconomtail car in the world Price includes equipment A limited nuns thisoterritory only at 1000 o 0 Richmond Mw PlulW co to OIl y ay t 4 rV x J o lust a Reminder Does the following remind you ot any time In your lifei And then there was the time you took hot tp the country fair You wore that now 9OI suit had a new rig and a new whip with a red ribbon tied around it She wor a white dross with a blue sash and a string of glass beads about her neck Mind those entries in yourdally exp nse bookctud- y19 cents peanuts 5 cents luerr goround tickets 25 cents side show 20 cents lemonade 10 certs lee crtam 20 cents shooting gallery 10 cents tin tyPS yon ve gotem yel you sitting and sVes standing with her hands onyour shoulder 60 cents Gee but you thought you blew yourself that day didnt you J C R Kluger the Jeweler 1000 Virginia Ave Indianapolis IudI writes I was so wtak from kidney trouble that I could hardly walk u hundred feet Pour bottles of Foley Kidney Remedy cleared my com plexion cured my backache and the irregularities disappeared unit I can now attend to business every day and recommend Foleys Kidney Remedy to all suffeiers as it cured mo after the doctors and other remedies had tailed Foloya Kidney Remedy will cure allycane of kidney or bladder disease that it is not beyond the reach of medicine Sold by Stockton and Hagan Saufleys Success Ellzabethtown News That the Democrats of Kentucky appreciate the fact that prohibition has no part in politics but is a local and moral issue was fully demonstrated in the nomination of Judge Saufley for Circuit Judge in the Democratic primary election by 1200 majority over his opponent Judge Owslcy The district is composed of Mercer Boyle Lineolnand Garrard counties Every one of these counties are dry and the dry majority in them would no be less than 2000 Judge Owsloy undertook to defeat Judge Saulltty for the nomination on the grounds that he had voted dry while his opponent had voted wet In otter words ho sought to make the ptohibi tion question the one on which a nomination for Circuit Judge should be settled The Democraotic voters thought otherwise They did nit nominate Judge Saufley by an overwhelming majority Hlnall fourof the counties because he had voted wet nor did they defeat Owsley because he had voted dry they simply said that the office of Circuit Judge should not be determined by how the can didates voted on the local option question but upon their fitness and abilty to discharge tho responsible duties of the office Judge Saufley was known to be one of the ablest lawyers and best Circuit Judges in the State and the people showed their wisdom by putting aside the temperencj question and giving him a rousing majority on his merits Owsley sought to win tile race by dragging the prohibition question in to it but the people decided it on other and broader grounds For Sale For wall paper set B Jnett l Son They sell U and hang It at reasonable prices Yondont have to wait they have it in stock Phone 419 U Fully Guaranteed- It is satisfactory to know that any article purchased is fnlly guaranteed by tho company Such is the casn with Spirella Corset which is sold by Mrs S A Deathorage who will be pleased to fill all orders This corset is durable and comfortable as Mrs Deiuliernge is prepared to fit any sizei ft Stray Hogs A stray red sow and sever red pips were found in my corn field may 24 and have since been cared for bv me Owner can have same by proving property and paytr nil charra Nathan Bn a idus Tobacco raiser on the Collm farm Otter Creek pike j24t Embarrassing Conditions The luxury of a Republican State administration in Kentucky comes high and it will have to be ptid for out of the pockets of the taxpayers The estimates given out at Frankfort Indicate that when the Legislature meets this winter there will be a de ficit in the State treasury amounting to f2000000 According to the rev ports of Auditor Hager when he went out of office and the Republicans took charge there was a surplus of f1400 OOD To meet these changed condi tions and toprovide for the payments of the warrants on the State Treasury the tax rate will have to be materially increased It is a condition and not a theory which confronts the people of Kentucky unit they will have tp pay a very high figure for the ornate figure of Hon Augustus Willson Sn the Governors chair If there are any Democrats who helped to put him there we rather think in the face of these figures they will be heartily aShmet1of it Ellzabethtown Kews Ve are feeling pretty good Many thanks Awful busy Grinding wheat Many thank Like to see the tarings hustle Turn the flour without bustle x Giving all the rest a tussle Many thanks J W Zaring Grain k Will Company Resumed Business Havioft been out of the painting and yearsflareof work and use this method to ask a share of your patronage guarantee respef1tTttcounty Are familiar with my work such as paper hanging painting var pleusulinyou may desire in tide line too mattel how Bowl the job Keep splendid line of wall paper from which to select ThaaJclng you for past favors anil yourltituurebtstnee a 4 ReepwcIfalIY1U 1i- 1Itkhtl x t a LiTr Ii f 1 Fine Care Fine Hair IIts fine care that makes fine hair Use Ayers Hair Vigor new improved formula systematically conscientiously and you will get results We know it stops falling hair cures dandruff and is a most elegant dressing Entirely new New bottle New contents Does not change the color of the hair 4qerL with each bottle Show It to your doctor k him about II do a its airs Aycrs Hair Vigor as now made from our new improved formula is the latest most scientific and in every way the very best hair preparation ever placed upon the market dandruff t the one great medicine hej C AjrerCo ZxnrnllMiMa For Sale House and lot 83x27 bcatel oh Irvine St Good huise ajtid cistern and alt coevauiences siL 0 Schmidt An IndigestionRemedy Many people who are otherwise healthy suffer from indigestion or dyspepsia When you consider that the stomach and allied digestive or gans are the most important organs of the body it would seem that a dis order there is to be taken very ser iously theyllkechronic constipation begins or as Is often the case OU have been constipated all along and the stools are forced and irregularBut is no use letting indigestion go until it becomes chronic and under mines your health It Is good advice to dr1ffgistSyruP Pepsin the wonderful cure for stomach liver and bowel troubles That is what C Fowler of Carson City Zilch did and he is wen today Others who did the same and are cured are Ida A For tune of Grand Junction Tenn B FThompson of Shenandoah la who ac tually considers toot it saved his life You can obtain a COccnt or 1 bottle of the druggist and taken according to di rections it win probably be all you need It is a liquid acta gently never gripes and besides the laxative effect contains exceptional tonic properties which tone the stomach and that is what is es pecially needed in indigestion- All sufferers from Indigestion who have never used Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin writingtheWIl7thousandsisfaction Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin is the very remedy they needed to cure in digestion When once you use this grand remedy you will throw violent cathartics tablets salts etc away IT 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 H Caldwell see Caldwell bMff MonticcUo IlL STOCKTON HAGAN If you are going to sell out andwant your goods to bring- all they are worth get J W Shearer White Hall Ky to conduct your sale His charges are reasonable rJames Hunley Will buy or sellyour 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 eWiB l Restaurant Everything Firjjtclass and UptoDate Meals served at all hours on the shortest notice We serve the very best the market affords and at REASONABLE PRICES 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 ENRIGHTPR- OPRIETOR FIRST STREET Sure Catarrh Cure Brings the Forests ol Pine cad Eucalyptus ti Your Home Germs cannot live tthen Ilyomii It used You just breathe in this sooty itii yetmust powerful antiseptic ai anti relief is immediate Itisexactli die Satri air as you would brtfatlieiii the orcsta of pine nnd eucalyptua of Australia where catarrh or cuusuiuytioii was never known to exist 1f yon have calarrli and are constant ly embarrassed because you must hawk spit and enuflle surely you will cleteTvfsvJienH thliidistrfssnndyour money Hyoinei kills catnrrah germs it To Gunminutesijiir and makes you fret like a new man ni a week It ill Lie suresl l treatmentknowncnneampiives rlCOBtneedtoHyomei is rod lty leadlrpr druggwtg MIONAs IjiTe pkaneeh oYr y1 btlleis trl14 cr x11gji v toIJ GreatReduction JJJJAs the season is growing late we have decided to make a clean sweep of our stock of spring and summer goods and beginning I 4 JUNE 9t- hWednesdayI we will slash prices on everything lJ This is a rare chance to but1 DRY GOODS DRESs GOODS NOTIUNS in fact everything to be found in a highclass establishment at cost and LASS THAN COST w H 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 sectionI of the State Remember we handle only the best grade of merchandise and have no old stock to workoff An inspection will prove our statements = ===CQ=== t=X== ri = = ====IrtcXJ = iirTitrtvKH tt Uti MrrfrpMrit c NV VHJTEMAIN STREET x J RICHMOND KY Ev Cam Work v B M LACKEY Prop Carriages Runabouts Buggies Road Wagons Surreys Carts We handle the best brands on tbe narket and sell them on an absolute guarantee of satisfaction i Prices Always lowest For Sale A No 1 carriagp in good condition practically now for sale cheap Also a two seat trap which may likewise be bought at a bargain May be peen at Richmond Motor Plumbing Co tf A C Scanlan W H 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 Ior rirs cl n Honnho tDE Are Unsurpassed Shop at Ky Carriage1Works 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 Sets a boltu P 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 B Juett Son Phone 449 145 First st It is always cheapest in the long run to gel the best We do the very best ConcreteWork Give us your order and you will be well pleasedand thoro satisfiedR StonePh- one 432 Mid=Summer Opening Millinerybeginning Wednesday a- FarieyM 12 arch fdIIoftheyery beet and of the a r e reripientrndtheexamination is respectfully solicited lj 1S LAN E9 toa 0u c a o i S The Madison County Fair Fair Grounds RICHMOND KY Wednesday Thursday Friday Aug J8 Aug 19 Aug 20 3 DAYSLiberal Premiums Fine Music FLORAL HALL SecJt Y BC DOry SURVEYOR Solicits the Patronage of the Gensr a Public Prices lleasonable See him or write Union City Ky New MethodJ Teeth Ext without 1 PAIN Dr Hobson Richmond Ky We have just received a car load of Red Cedor Shingles and a car of Yellow Poplar Shingles Try MALTHOID to cover that tobacco barn The Best Roof Made Roughand Dressed Lumber of all Kinds Doors Sash end Millwork ED BLAN ION COMPANY Telephone 425 rV x Near L Ce1 Depot t C5a WE HANDLE THE GENUINE V V Brown and New West- ernCULTIVATORS 0 THE GENUINE MALTA ton61eShovel PMi8 Tobacco Hoes t Etcf 5 MclSorrnick Biivdl Mowers Rakes Etc r TAYLOR AND OLDKAM M n trtc F r brn Ky 1 cL i