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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f I r L THE RICHMONDr CLIMAX VOI ME 36 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JUNE 30 1909 NUMBER 4 WALL PffER BROWERSCURTAIN YOUR WINDOWS DRAPE YOUR DOORS RoundUp in the Drapery Department theft movers and brands them with a PRICE so low that even economy is tickled into a purchaser In marking down the stock we have taken thought yourfavorr pairH4 and 450 Curtainsu a 340t5 and 600 Curtainstt u 450tt 550ru U ydScotchCompetent Drapers Awaityour Orders C F Brower CoFurniture Carpets Draperies Wall Papers and Art Goods MAIN AND BROADWAY LEXINGTON KY When in Need of Plastering or Concret- eMATERIAL SEEIBURNSIDE ROBINSON Office and Warehouse on L N R R PHONE 142 RICHMOND a We also handle all kinds of Feed t We Sell May Ma iton- Patterns IOc Each he Right Way to get good work is o buy your paper from and up to date line and get an uptodate paper hanger + N+H++ +bNll4K I Laid 7 tok0- 000OfN4004Oi014 7 Crop 2 +10 000 The manure heap is not the farm ersbankunless he gets it out on the land Then it returns good interest The farmer who is always finding fault with the weather has a most un comfortable time of it and it doesnt help him in the least in overcoming the conditions s Mr Jo F Ware sold his farm the old Spears place on the Sbakcrtown pike about two miles from Danville to Messrs John n Nichols and Samuel Crawford The place con tales 210 acres and the purchase price was tl25 per acre If the little chicks appear mopy look for head lice If you find them infested apply coal oil to the head not too mtch and you will find that your chicks will brighten upand prove more thrifty Dogs have killed so many sheep around Lexington recently that some of the sheep raisers say they will quit trying to raise sheep Others will organize a war of extermination against dogs One man recently killed nearly fifty dogs on his farm in one night with poison When we remnmbcr that it requires 00000 cases or 2700000 dozen eggs a week to supply the great cityof New York there need be no worry about overdoing the chicken industry While New York is the largest city in this country there are many other large cities as well as hundreds of smallercities to supply Eggs never sell below 21 cents a dozen in New York It is claimed that the largest grow say consumption can be cured Nature alone wont do it it needs help 0 is the best help butjts use must be sum mer as well as winter Take It In a llttlo cold milk or inter Ceta smaltbottle now All DruggIsts M E g T A NQVCRO OF JH WfrffXti Ptai 12 WP BAXTER IT GIVES THE BEST RESULTS LIGHT TftADE rl Th SMITHSONIANt- nRR H RK We make a er of Gooseberries in the United States and possibly the largest in the world is in Hardin county Ky Tho gooseberry farm is owned by Mr W H Rahm and is located near Stlthon The present year he has eight thousand and five hundred bushels which arc set fur feet apart with six feet between the rows oc cupying almost four acres of ground The hog market has been bullish for sometime Optimists have pre dicted that live hogs would sell for f800 per hundred this sotson But the prediction met many skeptics However the question was settled Monday of last week June 14 when carload of hogs sold on the Chicago market at 805 per hundred This is tbe highest price reachedsince 1002 and barring that period the highest since 1893 It is the highest price for June hogs since 1882 prices reached t9 35 Of course there are various explanations of the present high price of Logs The one most generally given and accepted is short tupply and Increasingconsumption Possibly the most logical expanation is that the high price of corn has TRUSS JHOLDSIN FittingTrusses Perry and Thomas caused the early marketing of im mature and l ht hogs and a real scarcity of heavy fat hogs This has caused the supply of lardto run short and the mark t Is looking for hogs that wilt ylel the most lard It is significant that the 805 hogs last week averaiid over 300 pounds Whatever the cause the interesting fact is that a good porker is now worth gold dolIrs and many of them For Indigest1 m and stomach trou bles take FoliM VOrlno Laxative as it stimulates this stomach and liver and regulates the bowels and positively cure habitua Constipation Foleys Orino Laxativ cure sick headache and biliousne and on account of its mild action afl pleasure tasterfs es pecially recommended women and children Sold by Stockton and Hogan Hou e For Sale Sixroom coy go corner Fifth street and Mbberly n enue five room cottage and sixroom h use east side Fifth St near Moberley Property in good repair Terms t1 suit Inquire n E FixntA or write 1m MIL HASKS Elmira N Y The Lamb Shipment The shipment of spring lambs com menced this week two doubledeck loads going to the Eastern market The average weight was 75 pounds and the price paid six cents per pound The number of lambs produced in the county this year according to the judgment of shippers of will aggregate S5000head This will bring the farnl era of Bourbon a total of more than 150000 to which must be added many thousands of dollars already re ceived for the sale of wool the latter being considerably higher than a year agoBourbon News Wheat Prospects While the wheat crop is never en tirely safe until it is threshed and under cover just now the promise is exceedingly line for a good crop Some time ago a few crops were sold and at a dollar from the thresher but there has been but little sold recently As cash wheat has been bringing 150 and sometimes considerably over growers are not so anxious to take even a dollar at the thresher and dealers would rather WAitaud pay the market price at the time of delivery than to buy now A Poultry Suit Jesse Wade of Lexington filed suit this week against Armour fc Co the great meat packing firm Wade alleges he sold a car load of poultry to Armour Co but the latter refused to aiteept it because it was not dressed and Wade in consequence lest six hundred dollars Men Past Filly In Danger Men past middle life have found comfort and relief in Folcy Kidney Remedyespecially for enlarged prostate gland which h very commn amongelderly men L E Morris Dexter Ky writes Up to a year ago my father suffered from kidney and bladder trouble and several physicians pronounced it enlarge ment of the prostate gland and ad vised an pperation On aceonnt of his age we wero afraid he could not stand it and I recommend Foleys Kidney Remedy and tho first bottle relieved him and after taking the second bottle he was no longoi trou bled with this complaint SuM by Stockton Hagan For Sale Tobacco Sticks Stove Wood Cord Wood for Sale Oscar Richmond Ky The old stock PhoneVLfor you r FoR JVu AND OURS MF f f Aoheerful pretty bedroom willliewyou tot start in a cheerful pleasant moodIts a haven of rest for you to come back to at Anight And all day long it is a pleasure to your wife To make a pretty bedroom it is more important to have tnstefulfurnitllrethatharmonizesthm ture that merely A rests a lot A brass bed or a pretty white iron bed If you prefer bureau and chiffonier of light color Iirweyc 11 to maple is especially pretty a low rocking chair and one or two straight back chairs to match a mirror five foot high 1 screwed on to a closet door a sofa upholstered cretonne a shirtwaist box covered withthe same and the cretonne Jh fc4 repeated in hangings at the window over white muslin r curtains a light colored rug on the floornll this does j not cost very much if you buy from v and makes a pretty room Come in and talk it over Dont forget to get a STEARNS FOSTER mattress t That is what makes edroom a haven qfrest No 7Made if Windsor Grade at 1350 is guaranteed superior to any 1oihir adrtrlitll mare We sell it on 60 nights trial v If you can part with It at the end of that time we wilt tl r return your money without question or comment OLDHAI1 and LACKEY f t Day Phone 76 y INightty THE HIISTLhNfl ASHSTDRE 30 Days Reduced Prices PAPER R- We r Sell May Manton Patterns iOc Each t Owing to our having been so hindered during the early spring season by the repairing on our store frqntj we find ourselves with entirely topmany spring goods to carry over Therefore for the next thirty days we will offer our customers P T ZrI IEitraordinary t Ith J e i r 41r alues fjie in order to reduce our surplus stock We are one house which alv ayshas done are now doingsand will continue to do business on the fixed 1 t principle of telling the truth about our merchandise and giving our matrons the most and the best for their money It has been our greatest r desire to have our friends buy from us without any fear of misrepr entation on our part and to command greater volume of business by absolutely honest methods living up to what we say either in advc tising or otherwise We now tell you that you can buy anything in r summer goods in our store at reduced pricesand we ask you to cot 2 andsee if this is true before passing judgment We will not name f 1 manyEspeciallylow prices on all Ready to t r wear GoodsWaists Suits 1 Skirts etc We have knifed to the bottom all mens light wdgfitdbtl Talkabout chep we will sur = t r ff t 0f sfir r pd eyoiibyoffering suits from 19S V t v VERY RESPECTFULLY YOURS v Y Hamiltont r BiOsiJ f 1 tX RMAJN1S+ L f R I OHM ONTO Ii 1k 1 i ct J pCool j and Comfortable By Wearing unsinoUnionf SuitsveryThe nicest underwear you can buy also the most economical They are periect fit 4tingt fine quality light weight noniritating and nonchaffing Once you wear the Munsing Underwear you will always wear it PRICES RANGE F- ROMNicKee t SOcto Sie SO OWEN The Richmond Climax 81 THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO Incorporated A D MILLER Piest and Martgr LOUIS LANDRAM Editor Member al PRESS and DISTRICT PUBLISHERS lEAGUE PRICE flOO PER YEfB IN ADVANCE WEDNESDAY JUNE 30 1909 WE frequently hear people speak of customs and things as old fashioned with an air that such are out ol data and not worthy of thought There are many persons who think to be oldfashioned is to be provincial out of date not in touch with modern methods But this in a large degree is a mistaken idea There is much about the old fashioned person to be admired and much that could bo emulated with a distinct gain to those who should be so fortunate as to get in touch with the spirit and sentiment that per meates the breast of the socalled old fashion person True there may be a quaintness about such people that at first blush may prove diverting but an acquaintance but tends to dissi pate such an idea and in the end wins admirationjand fealty that nothing in the person of modern ways can do But there are soma oldfashioned things other than mere personality that would be a distinct gain to the world if the majority of the people were to cultivate and put into practice There is the oldfashioned idea of business intergrity that is too lost sight of in the mad scramble for tht mighty dollar Modern methods ot high finance has all but exterminated that exhaltcd ideal of correct morals in the transaction of the usual bust ness deals of the commercial world There are numerous instances in the every day affairs of the trade that it would be mighty refreshing if ont could meet up with some of the good old time ways of dealing with ones fellow man But there are other places where the oldfashioned idea would be pleasant to come in contact with in the usual intercourse with people People are not as neighborly as they were in the good old days when any one was counted a neighbor who liver within a distance of ten miles Peo ple were really more kind and helpful t each other in those days than they are now In this hothouse age people next door remain strangers foi years and yet they may be persons i would be a distinct gain and pleasun to know But one does not find time to even get acquainted with the folks next door and ell live and die and nothing hnf been gained Times Lave been changed true friend strips grow smaller and the world is hastening OB after the mighty dollar seldom pausing to consider that there arc some things more delightful and more beneficial that the hording up of dollars Pity tis thus rUE murder of Miss Elsie Sigel a young missionary in New York by Chinamen is attracting much atten tion We and too far away from the scene to jndge positively concerning the cause of her death but we have long known enough from cases not dissimilar to believe that young wo men should devote themselves to missionary work among orientals only under the most adequate safe guards if at all American woman hood accustomed ton freedom scarce ly less than that of the other sex and American manhood accustomed to think of this liberty sanely and ac cording to the standards df practical i j equality that exists in the United States often fail to take into account the widely different standards of other nations While there caps bcno palliation of entirelyliitori bpatltw bkft Mii t 1ilf 1Ngli0 b n r 1 unconsciously and with the best of motives but through failure to un derstand the grossness oT the foreign er and some of his friends with whom she was dealing Oldworld methods of guarding women while they seem to the women of this countryas savoring too much of restraint pos sess much of value In our desire to make this a land of liberty we have occasionallyoverstepped the bounds Try as a few of them will women who arc engaged in careers more or less public and who are therefore thrown into contact with worldly conditions cannot escape tho fact that they are women and different in met tal and physical qualities from men supeiior in some ways and In ferior in othersbut always gomen A frank recognition of the fact that that sex figures strongly in all their public activities would doubtless save them from many unpleasant andeven tragic adventures THERE is one privilege that an or dinary person enjoys which a very rich and prominent one does not and that is the privilege of being divorced quietly instead of having the papers tilled with columns of the testimony at the trial and pictures of the prin cipals There are some good things for the poor man any how SOME day it will boa crm to pub tish stories of the good times that people have teen spending in fishing and bunting trips There is nothing thatmakes an angler or hunter morn lissatisfied with life than to be confined to a hot office and to read about cool like breezes and forest depths WIKELESS telegraphy continues to save lives at sea Now if it could only be made to save lives in automobile accidents wed think still more of it IF the Wright brothers ever get hard up those medals will come in handy Ballooning is said to be safer than AUtomobiling But who said It wasnt WHAT is so rare as a day in July in vhich we receive no vacation litter tOre + r v0l l Personalsl+ + Miss Nannie Ballard is visiting in LouisvilleMiss Martin of Danville is visiting Mrs John Flora Miss Kate Wilson is visiting rela tives in Garrard county Mr Kuper Hood of Atlanta Ga tasjolned his wife here for a visit Mrs Julian Van Winkle of Louisville is visiting her mother Mrs Jas SmithMiss Roberta Farra who has been visiting here has returned to Nichol isville lion Jerry Sullivan leaves Wednes day to speak at the school rally in DanvilleMrs C Kellogg and children aro In Michigan for the summer monthsMisses Margaret and Joanne Mount ol Lancaster have been the charming guests of Louis Landram and wife Mrs A H Rice of Richmond Indiana was the guest of her sister Mrs Louis Landram the past week Miss Dick Douglass hasbeen in Pin vUle visiting friends Mrs Carrie Davidson and Miss Carrie Rowans of Lancaster have been visiting Mrs Z T Rico The many friends of Mr Wm Smith were gratified to hear that he is improving utter a serious illness Miss Mary Elmore who has been visiting here has returned to her homo in Lancaster Mrs J J Foley of Louisville was the guest lost week of lior sister Mrs o ONcllMr C Atiairi wke few ifllsttrrdtajliaht41ti Je w3l1Ii- ltr nlftUVfflsffe ii J Mrs C H Vaught and children are visiting her sister Mrs Walton in Southern Kentucky Misses Margarito Wheeler of Win chester and Edna Keller of Paris GreeniMisses Katherine Shouse and Dazey Moore Porter of Lexington are visiting Misses Elizabeth and Alma Han gerMrs C D Cbcnault Miss Sarah Chenault and Mr Jas Curry of Lex ington have been guests of Mr and J S Crutcher Mr J B Parrcnt who has been the guest of Mr and Mrs P F Adams has gone to Cincinnati and Louisville to visit relatives Stanford Journal Fayetto Wilkin son of Richmond was here with his parents Wednesday Mrs G G Perry and son Igo spent several day in Richmond last week Mrs J W Stewart of Eiizabeth own who is with her parents Mr ind Mrs C L Scarcy Is entertaining two of her Wellesleyclassmates liss Rogers of Youngstown 0 and liss Hunt of Minneapolis Minn Misses Mary Vance Mary Leonard Jassell Anna Coleman Vanmcter and Martha Vanmeter of Lexington visited Misses Mary Catherine an Julia White and attended the Embry Dunlop wedding and also the dance The dance given at the Masonic Temple Friday evening was one of the most enjoyable events in the his tory of the club and will be remem bered with great pleasure by the large nnmber of young people who attended About 40 couples partici pated Lunch was served at midnight The music under direction- f Prof Bowles with a number of tht Frankfort orchestra was splendidand added greatly to the evenings enjoy ment The young gentlemen of Richmond are widely known for their delightful hospitality and their repu tation on this occasion was fully maintained The marriage of Mr James Dunlop of New York City and Miss Elizabeth Embry ot this city was a brilliant affair Thursday eyening at the lovely home of Mr and Mrs W W Watts in Lancaster avenue The parlors the handsome residence were mos tastefully and attractively decorated with palms ferns and cut flowers and softly lighted with the electric lights The effect was very pretty and lent enchantment to a scene altogether lovely The ceremony was performed by Rev Hugh McLella Mr Robert and Miss Mary Watts carried ropes of simllax making room for the bridal party Following them the groom with Rev Hugh McLellan th little flower girl Miss Elsie Smith then first the groomsmen Messrs James Tribble and Edward Stockton of this city then the bridesmaids Misses Emily Simmons of Owens boro nud Edna Earl Hinton of Paris after them the maids of honor Mis Emma Watts and then the bride on the arms of Mr Thos J Smith The bride is the daughter of Mrs Uannh Embry lnd1s prominent socially in Richmond and has a host of admirers who will be delighted to re ceive her as Mrs Dunlop The groom is a wealthy and prominent young merchant of New York City Aftei an elegant supper the couple left foi a honeymoon trip on the Lakes Many out of town guests were pres ant- On Richmond Contract Winchester Democrat J W Cronp of this city is super intending the con Biruction of the large addition to the Gibson hospital In our neighboring furnisheds now in course of construction in that oily New Wheat New wheat in the great Kansas Nheatbelt is being contracted for at 102 Thfff is 22 cents more than the Game parties offered for sew wheat Mat ye8rat this time This price would indicate that the contractors had nformatiott aiftiort crop some where If not general and the farmers who have wheat will do wed to Hold It foi II while as the pilcah1tig i With a wlil1111Mts61 tlldlp it14imi 10 ICh1bRWinchclt t 31 JS iParlsui ZJ 23 5r Fronkfortu2Z 1 4aS F di SltrlbyvIUerla ai ro A Busy WeekISince our last iasue the PiolleeuI have been AS busy as a bird lug played a game every day Not only has it been a busy week but it has been a successful one Last Tuesday they crossed bats with the Millers from SbulUyville on the local lot and administered to tlrein a defuit by the score of into 1 The old reliable Crerfier was on the mound for the home team and he was never in dangerof being defeated He toyed with the Millers as a cat does with a mouse and refused to let them have hits when needed Comstock who pitched for the visitors was touched up rather lively and with bAd support especially by Wolf and Gruneisen came out loser From a Richmond point of view the most pleasing thing of the game was tile playing of Johnny Welch It was his first game hero this season find the way he performed was indeed pleasing to the fans He played second base as though that was lite regular posi tion accepting fivo chances without a bobble He got two hits and scared tvoruns His baserunning was also fine He stole three bases one being third Pretty good days work Another shining light of the game was Tilford Heaccepted eight chances without an error some of them dim cnit ones In fact the whole team per formed like big leaguers The scorel 2315078 9R Richmond 1002 0 0 2io x5Shelbyvillo 00001000 01 This Was A Good One In oue of the most exciting tames of the vear the Pioneers again defeated the Millers Wednesday Donnelly and Wills opposed each other on the slab and it was a pitch ers battle from start to finish The Millers managed to get a score acoss in the third inning nnd our boys tied it up in the fourth and from that time on each side was fighting desperately for the winning run It was not until the ninth round that either side scored again In this round with two men out Baird got a bare on balls stole second and when Those uncorked a nice two bJger came home with the necessary score It was indeed an ex citing game and the crowd was almost glal when it was over The soore1 2345078 9ItRichmond 0 0100000 12Shelby ville0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 01 Take Another The Richmond team not satisfied with winning two ont of three from groundsewent to Thursday for a series of three games and just to show the Shelbyville lane that theyare really the best team in the league they took ill three games In the first game Golden and Wer ner started to pitch for their respective teams but the reception given both was too warm and they both retired Golden in favor of Creagor and Yer ier in favor of Long Oreager went In mule fifth inning end did not allow chit during the remainder of the game the final score was 5 toe My My hisdbusy with their war clubs and sen iirn in to the bench with the knock idout sign pinned on him Tlu Millers tried three pitchers and all ol hem were treated the same way ID ill our sluggers gut twentylilts goof or thirteen runs On the other hand Richmond being a little shyon pitch ars sent third baseman Wombel in t pitch and he performed in groat style tie allowed only seven badly scattered iiits good for only two scores CottonTop Again Wills again showed the kind ot atoll ne is made of when on Saturday In ave the Shelbyville team a good coat f whilewash He pitched intibterh jail at all stages of the game and roved beyoud a doubt that Tamil sheets made a bad mistake when be let him go Comstuck again tried to stop our boys but they pinched oG enough hits to score four runts Thus closed the series of six garnet vith Shelbyvillo five of them being TionestatLose to Lexington The Pioneers were at Lexington Sun lay for a game and were defeated by the Colts by the score of 4 to Our boys were somewhat off edge tad lost the game on errors In tht rat inning with two out and two mer m bases Johnson hit a high fly to left deld which Whittaker let get away reon a er Welch played a stnr game at second tcccpting eleven out of twelve chances Winchester I Richmorid 0 In a game which was a thriller the Winchester team took the Pioneers in o camp Monday by the score of 1 tq ft was a hard game to lose but from ill reports the boys were up against o tough proposition in Umpire Wilson te handing the game to Winchester 1 very raw decision Chapman pitched for the Hustler and with AVibond as istance got away with a shutout Comstock a new pitcher for Rich nond secured from Shelbyville pitched for the Pioneers and showed up in good form Thoss did the best batting for the Pioneers getting two lilts out of three imes up AveragesTo June 15 Pros Hammond fins given out the batting and fielding averages of the Blue Grass league playersvup to June 15 Below will be the averages jlthe Pioneers Go Lint Av Fi Av Whitaker Ii 408 911- Dawnort oo3G 40i 97R- Pliosfi 23 y 313 ofii TitfurdtL Rrr3 31 2M 07- Wombel34 255 SCtJ Johnson i3i 24fS 05l Groho 35- Parrial JOa 03 lL17 180 972 Creagerlt 122 857 Wills 109J 870 0Idonu 6 063 047 Jeadlagltititetwi tithMf Whl tlil1Ath iUr Ai b r 1 WE RAVEPLENTYSIZES AND ALL 11DTH8 d TO FIT ANY FOOT IN I 5 Shows and SlippersIiv Keep them chgall the time See our line of infants and children QxtiI v V I wine and Tan Colored Slippers Dont think that any old thing willr do the children See that they get the proper things arid are properly fitted Bring or send them to us 1R1CE ARNOLDTH- E ONE PRICE HOUSEI AGENTS FOR PEERLESS LAUNDRYTRY US I J YJBASE BALL RICHMOND vs LEXINGTON July 12 3 At RICHMOND League Park 330 prn crowding him for the honor TEAM BATTIXCU Paris 261 Richmond uoo23 Lexington oon 233 Shelbyville uoou uf 223 Frankfort 221 Winchester uoo u 1211 CHI FIELUIKB Paris u u912Richmond I 182 Frankfort uu 931 LexinJonu 930 ShelbjVille uoo921 Winchester910Had L G Bolkins Paris Kysay I had no hopes of saving my hogs as some of them could not eat I drench id them with Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy and did not lose a hog Sold iy Perry and Thomas Children Often at Fault While it undoubtedly true that a number of autotuobilists drive their machines at a reckless speed about he populous city streets it is equally true that many children are either jarelesa or reckless of their conduct in crossing the streets Playgrounds aro made ofltomti of the thoroughfares in sections of town where there are plenty jf yards in which to piny The ualurl thing when a child is injured by any rind of vehicle is to blame the man in charge of the vehicle but tuis is often unjust It is not uncommon to see children dart directly in front of an intomobilo bicycle or horse They alculate the distance jjorroctlv in gen ral but a slip of the foot means dlS er Parents might save a good deal if worry and trouble for themselves end others to say nothing of prevent rig possible accidents by seeing to it lint children he word careful in cross ng streets and 4lo roof use these streets is playgrounds CORRESPONDENCE BUTHTON Mrs Irvine Agee has been on the sick list The friends oflliss Jenny Todd fb jret her serious illness Mrs A C Buchanan from Rich mond visited Mrs Jerome Cotton last week Mr and Mrs Burton Sanders froth tlarrard were recent visitors of Mrs Robert Roberts Miss Etha Williams from Crotchet vas the guest of Lucy and Fronn ViulamsSundty Miss Nancie Wcarren from Rich diond has been visiting Misses Luc md Frona Villlauis- Ar and Mrs John Howard from Pant Lick and Miss Lula Richardson from Port ntown visited Mesdamct alter Azbill and Rico Cruse las week The services conducted by Rev A L Tuasy at Corinth Church Saturday tad Sunday were well attendedand one convert Was added to the church Bro Tussey is a young man of splen did possibilities tilled with the Spirit and gifted with a rcaJy oraon he accomplishing much good foi the Master and his tevijes ore i much demand in this county Cures Little Chicks WR Johnson Son Wayndotte Breeders Lexington Ky says Luc near we lost one entire batch from white diarrhoea This year we have given our chickens Bourbon Poultn lure in the drinking water continually cud have not lost a ono Sod by Perry Thomas Prison Reform- A press dispatch from Krankfortsajl Striped suits for convicts will be Seem no more for a time at the State prison hero after tomorrow when Wnrdei Mudd will inaugurate n now sscm ot unifurins lor tins convicts For a period of threo months nil will wear nlid rllystlits At tho end of tlftil thins achockliiK ipwiH be had The incorrigible and pnrnly prisoners will back tn their stripes as badges of dishonor Those with good records mnyliave suits of jeonie lighter ttta serial All theptisogetawillbeelassff- led by their taothesso flat ouamAy tell tr eonviete dust i JtttwtdiY tttperttldrit ttlly i to Hits Center Tlu baseball editor ot the Robert son Advance remarks Thores no n e playing a game of ball these days unless ronve got plenty of good rco ers on y ur side Tint preachment holds good through ever walk In life When u wall a community or a city is backed up in enterprises by the people who speaks words ot encouragement and cheer success is assured With Zarings Patent Flour a good baker becomes even better And even an irexpenencedone can get Eatisfactory results If the girl doesnt tarn out good biscuits bread or cake dont blame her at once It may be the flour Order a sack of Zirings Patent today end note the results Its dollars to doughnuts she will do better with tarings Patent Flour 1Too a 1p 3C 5i tier iI 5T maatl ST eT Real state 3Vre e 3lccidentatld iahitit i 5Tel Oilico over Perry Thomas drub store IZlehmond = Ye1ek9- C a Mons Siiits in uSmori9 anti qlev ius hens Tniliirctl iiiadu of HUH worsted ill the lieMftt and novelties and Intown not that we most and alt the it found of In J of st charm For Sale Large and small wheat corn and tobacco farms level rich and free from stone Large residences and abarns good Railroad connections On olle ml argain at f35 to SCO an acre long time paj mentB Blakely Bowling Green Ky fi9 ga of 23 Sunday morujng on LN road near case containing clothing can have samo proving property and this Chas Dudley- it 210 St ci rA Paints and Finishes fors Home This is the time to freshen up the home by doing rthe odd jobs of painting you have been planning For buggy the furniture for the floors and woodwork far every paint we have the right Finish QUAlITY PAINTS ENAMELS STAINS AND VARNISHES are each and every one scientifically prepared for specific uses Remember if its a to be painted r stained or finished in any way Acme Quality Kind to fit the purpose We can tell you what to use how much to use and the irk us JVINDOJV DOT WEATHER BARfiAINS Not is a merchant in a position to offer REAL BARGAINS at the very beginning of the season but conditions such as exist today are advantageous to the far sighted uptodate merchant Owing to the present state ofaffairs manufacturers and commission houses offering great inducements the man talks quantity Tile word quantity has never scared us hence we invite you and your friends share in a great bargain The People the hood Values They 1esp one to our announcements and patronize the store that gives them the best GLAD TIDINGS OF GOOD VALUES serviceable till now patterns 7501 Siii allwool smartest 515 Suit Jrt ur ntw Mens high Suits that the high cat production now colors IL5o Visitors straiugers should overlook tliefacfc carry the exclusive s ticheadwear to be found in itrhr is a- qualityabout thatjs rrarGand that can In mans themijlinery shops addition t the charm lelher isthe ofJricexp Imo 8 spring patterns toIrmlity 20 lintsHats Millinery Excellence Found Livingston suit by paying for Third I i Every Use purpose ACNE surface enameled varnished theres anX cost i SEE OUR often are to to feast f I s i Monrt Allwoo inI prr8Wt6 rsiLle Owner notico DISP- LAYSwiLLGING4 Appreciate We wimt every mother torte The Nazareth Waist Union Suit Its a rince eminent I1nt- lit rsduty for tlireccomliiica shirt units mIl viii Mlkcs tliesiiiiK the chiiiltcii racier FHVIH vink on vili day and rids the cost oft hlltlrens un Ierweiir midst tlieptinctiinc Cite eldldren set n loetter lit lug teUerWctrillJ milt wore iiifortnlilc undergarment than heretofore tins plenty ot nits and Inittoiix for every Diiriiufc Fervid able front of lrungSiiteenieinlorxxtl UH tet that cant lip Nude lislit nil the way tllioucliin l cuoi nnteeit perfect for txiys unit glrls2to 12 years And yen save iiioncv at this ti- LC45cr lOOJIEVriJEIUpOM SKlllTiS All color including bllFk wiIIiaiiioT cinbtoiderrdfl nuce Sale price USc SI JIIKLI jiqJVNS AH eJaborntoly trimmed in laceand em brt crya e price I t9b LAGISLot of miitatioil torehonedu and Insertion Sale price pe ar i1f 1Meidshirtealid Drawers 2u whitingslarpotyOilOothataillpricta u cspectfullX Sufmitrcdto the Cash Tr de 1 i E v EIderNIa1nS- zrcct eL at at Richmond Kentucky = F r L jJ 2IiTJs f tJ t ii 01f n c n j l Y if i i ti3 J Kep Cool mnci ornfortabIe = ByWearing tirisirtgTJ Union SuIts i The very nicest underwear you can buy also the most economical Th yare perfect fife f Jting fine quality light weight noniritatingf and nonchaffing Once you wear the Munsing Underwear you will always wear itP PRICES RANGE FROMI SOcto 15Qv OWEN McKee The Richmond Climax 81 THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO Incorporated A D MILLER Piest and Mangr LOUIS LANDRAM Editor Member d PRESS u4 DISTRICT PJBUSIER lEicYk PRICE 100 PER YEfR IN ADVANCE WEDNESDAY JUNE 30 1909 WE frequently tear people speak of customs and things as old fashioned with an air that such are out of date and not worthyof thought There are many persons who think to be oldfashioned Is to be provincial out of date not in touch with modern methods But this in a large degree is a mistaken idea There is Tnnch about the old fashioned person to be admired and much that could be emulated with a distinct gain to those who should be iso fortunate as to get in touch with the spirit and sentiment that permeates the breast of the socalled old fashion person True there may be a quaintness about such people that at first blush may prove divetting but an acquaintance but tends to dissi pate such an idea and in he end wins admiration and fealty that nothing in the person of modern ways can do But there are some oldfashioned things other than mere personality that would be a distinct gain tc the world if the majority of tho people were to cultivate and put into practice There is the oldfashioned idea of business intergrity that is too lost sight of in tho mall scramble for the mighty dollar Modern methods ol high ilnance has all but exterminated that exhalted ideal of correct morals in the transaction of the usual busi ness deals of tho commercial world There are numerous instances in th every day affairs of the trade that it would be mighty refreshing if ont could meet up with some of the good old time ways of dealing with ones fellow man But there are other places where the oldfashioned idea would be pleasant to come in contact with in the usual intercourse with people Peopl are not as neighborly as they were in the good old days when any one was counted a neighbpr who livec4 within a distance of ten miles Peo pie were really more kind and help ful t each other in those days than they are now In this hothouse age people next door remain strangers foi years and yet they may he persons i would be a distinct gain andplcasun to know But onedoes not find tjme to even get acquainted with the folks next door and all live and die and nothing hllf been gained Times lave been changed true friend- shIps grow smaller and the world is hasteningoa after the mighty dollar seldom pausing to consider that there are some things more delightful and more beneficial that tho hording up of dollars Pity Vis thus THE murder of Miss Elsie Sigel I young missionary in New York by Chinamen is attracting much attention We aro too far away from the scene to judge positively concerning the cause of her death but we have long known enough Irom cases not dissimilar to believe that young women should devote themselves to missionary work among orientals only under the most adequate safe guards if at all American woman hood accustomed to a freedom scarce ly less than that of the other sex and American manhood accastomed to think of thlff liberty sanely and ac cording to the standards df practical Tsex equality that exists in the United 84tos often full to take Into account the widely different standards of other nations Walk lIMNe be no pallUtloa of ttPS17I unconsciously and with the best of motives but through failure to un derstand the grossness oTthe foreign er and some of his friends with wham she was dealing Oldworld methods ofguardingwomen while they seem to the women of this country as savoring too much of restraint pos sess much of value In our desire to make this a land of liberty we have occasionallyoverstepped the bounds Try as a few of them will women ivho are engaged in careers more or less public and who are therefore thrown into contact with worldly conditions cunot escape the fact that they are women and different in met tal and physical qualities from mensuperior in some ways and inferior in others but always omcn A frank recognition of the fact that that sex figures strongly in all their public activities would doubtless save them frum many unpleasant and even tragic adventures ThERE is one privilege that an or dinary person enjoys which a very rich and prominent one does not and that is the privilege of being divorced quietly instead of having the papers filled with columns of the testimony at the trial and pictures of the prin cipals Tiiero are some good things for the poor man any how SOME day it will be a crmu to publish stories of the good times that people have beau spending in fishing and hunting trips There is nothing thatmakes an aner or hunter mon lissatlsfied with life than to be con tincd to a hot office and to read about cool like breezes and forest depths WIIIELESS telegraphy continues to save lives at sea Now if it could onlvbo made to save lives in antomo bile accidents wed think still more orit IF the Wright brothers ever get hard up those medals will come in handy Ballooning is said to be safer xthan AUtomobiling But who sid it wasnt WHAT is so rare as a day in July in vhich we receive no vacation liter ture 2ersona1s J Miss Nannie Ballard is visiting in LouisvilleMiss Martin of Danville is visiting Mrs John Flora Miss Kate Wilson is visiting rein tires in Garrard county Mr Kuper Hood of Atlanta Ga nasjolned his wife here for a visit Mrs Julian Van Winkle of Louis yule Is visiting her mother Mrs Jas SmithMiss Roberta Farm who has been visiting here has returned to Nichol isville lIon Jerry Sullivan leaves Wednes day to speak at the school rally in Danville Mrs M C Kellogg and children are in Michigan for the summer monthsMisses Margaret and Joanne Mount ot Lancaster have been the charming quests of Louis Land ram and wife Mrs A II Rice of Richmond Indi ana was the guest of her sister Mrs Louts Landram the pa week rMiss Dick Douglass 1iaen la Pineville visiting friends M Mrs Carrie Davldsoar and Miss Carrin Rowans of Lancaster have been visiting Mrs J5 I Rice The many frlnnds ofAr fBI Smith were gratYicl1 to hear that lie Improving after a serious illness f Mills Mary Etmore wbQ ksw been visiting kere has teuraedto her home In Lancaster Mrs L Jy Folcy ol onisyille Hirag the guest ladt cekofeisiit r Mrs AONeil Ik T a Mik fchi Mtlar II IMI IPWW bi 06LJ Mrs C H Vaught and children are visiting her sister Mrs Walton in Southern Kentucky Misses Margarita Wheeler of Win chester and Edna Keller of Paris are tho guests of Mary JJeil Green Misses Katherine Shouse and Dazey Moore Porter of Lexington arc visit- Ing Misses Elizabeth and Alma Han gorMrs CD Chenault Miss Sarah Chenault and Mr faa Curry of Lex ington have been guests of Mr and 4 S Crutcher Mr J B Parrent who has been the guest of Mr and Mrs P F Adams has gone to Cincinnati and Louisville to visit relatives Stanford Journal Fayette Wilkin son of Richmond was hero with his parents Wednesday Mrs G G Perry and son Igo spent several day in Richmond last week Mrs J W Stewart of Elizabeth own who is with her parents Mr and Mrs C L Searcy Is entertaining tWO of her Welleslcy classmates 1iss Rogers of Yonngstown 0 and Miss Hunt of Minneapolis Minn Misses Mary Vance Mary Leonard Jassell Anna Coleman Vanmeter and Martha Vanmeter of Lexington visited Misses Mary Catherine and Julia White and attended the Embry Dunlop wedding and also the dance The danco given at the Masonic Temple Friday evening was one ol the most enjoyable events in the his tory of the club and will be remem bered with great pleasure by the large number of young people who attended About 40 couples partici paled Lunch was served at mid night Iho music under direction- f Prof Bowls with a number of tht Frankfort orchestra was splendid and added greatly to the evenings enjoy ment The young gentlemen of Richmond aro widely known for their delightful hospitality and their repu tation on this occasion was fully maintained The marriage of Mr James Dunlop of New York City and Miss Elizabeth Embry at this city was a brilliant iffair Thursday eyening at the lovely home of Mr and Mrs W W Watts jn Lancaster avenuo The parlors 01 the handsome residence wero most tastefully and attractively decorated with palms ferns and cut flowers and softly lighted with the electric lights The effect was very pretty and lent enchantment to a scene altogether lovely The ceremony was performed by Rev Hugh McLcllan Mr Robert and Miss Mary Watts carried ropes of similar making room for the bridal party Following them the groom with Rev Hugh McLellan the little flower girl Miss Elsie Smith then first the groomsmen Messrs James Tribble and Edward Stockton of this city then the bridesmaids hisses Emily Simmons of Owens boro and Edna Earl Hinton of Paris After them the maid of honor Mis Emma Watts and then the bride on the arms of Mr ThosJ Smith The bride is the daughter of Mrs Nannlt Embry and Is prominent socially in Richmond anjl has a host of admirers who will be delighted to receive her as Mrs Dunlop The groom is a wealthy and prrminent young merchant of New York City After an elegant supper the couple left for a honeymoon tripon the Lakes Many out of town guests were pros Lint OnRichmondContract Winchester Democrat J W Crone of thiscity is super intending the con additiontotqeGibson town of Richmond lie hag also furnished plans for eevtral other homee now In course of construction in that city New Wheat NoW wheat in the groat Kansas wheat betyis being t tractofkNat 102 Thfafe 22 cents more tbmilio same l3Mrtig offered tor vrho J last yert Ibis UU11hhl frice would indicate tht the eeikactovs had nforin tio of a iort crop om whore H not gessral aiid the fartsen w- hhywlst will do well to bold it fo a teyft lH PrVSkuIh Wit a 1 Ml WMt Hinllf tfa jhlMOTB jll iU e1vflIINm lcc SWeWTkeY Stmi Clubs V6ti Lo t Pet Richmond XI O6l3AVliichcater 3 v t Pnrlsuo IS 2S 100 Frankfort + 2 Lozluctoti 5 2t Sl clI yvnieZ 13 35 3 A Buy Week Sinca our Instiasue the Pioneers have been AS busy as a bird dog hav- Ing played a game every day Not only has it been a busy eekout it has been successful one Last Tuesday thoy crossed bats with the Millers from Sheliyyille eli the local lot and administered to tlrein a defoatby the score cf 5 to 1 The old reliable CrerRcr was on the niouud for the home team and he was never In danger of being defeated HeItoyed with tho Millers as a cat with a mouse and refused to let them have hits when needed Comstock who pitched for the visitors was touched up rather lively and with bad support especially by Wolf and Gruneiien came out loser From a Richmond point of view the most pleasing thing of the game was the playing of Johnny Welch It was his first game hero this season and the way lie performed was indeed pleasing to the fans He played second base all though that was his regular post tion accepting fIvo chances without a bobble He got two hits and scored txo runs His baserunning was also fine lIe stole three bases one being third Pretty good days work Another shining light of the game was Tilford Heaccepted eight chances without an crrqf some of them dlfli cult ones In fact the whole team per formed like big leaguers Thescore12Z1fit1789RRl- climond 10020 O1O xIi Shelbyvillo 00001000 0i This Was A Good One In one of tho most exciting vcames of the vear the Pioneers again defeated the Millers Wednesday Donnelly and Wills opposed Sach other on the slab and it was a pitch ers battle from start to finish The Millers managed to get a score acoss in the third inning and our boys tied it up iu the fourth and from that time on each side was lighting desperately for the winning run It was not until the ninth round that either side scored again In this round with two men out Baird got a base on balls stole second and when Those uncorked a nice tw bioger came home with the necessary score It was indeed an exciting game and the crowd was almost gla I when It was over The score1 2316078 OR- RichmondO 0100000 12S- helbyvillehU 0 0 1 OD 0 0 0i Take Another The Richmond team not satisfied ffith winning two ont of three from Shelbyville on the home grounds went to Sholbyville Thursday for a series of three games and just to show the Shelbyville Ian that theyare really the best team in the league they took ill three games In the first game Golden and Werner started to pitch for their respective teams but tho reception given both was too warm and they both retired Golden in favor of Creagor and Werr er in favor of Long Oreager went in tuttle fifth inning end did not allow i hit during the remainder of the game the final score was 5 to2 My My The great Vallandingham got his Friday Whet the husky Pioneers got busy with their war clubs and sen ilin in to the bench with the knock idont sign pinned on him The Millers tried three pitchers and all oi hem were treated the same way lu ill our sluggers gut twentyhits goo or thirteen runs On the other hand Richmond being a little sliyou pitch ers sent third baseman Woinbel In ti pitch and he performed in groat style tie allowed only seven badly scattered aiLs good for only two scores CottonTop Again Wills again showed tho kind ot stnfl ie is made of when on Saturday hi ave the Shelby ville team a good coat if whitewash He pitched masterlx jail at all stages of the game nnd roved beyond a doubt that Tornnn sheets made a bad mistake when hr let him go Comstock again tried to top our boys but thoy pinchedoil inougu hits to score four runs This closed the series of six garnet vith Shelbyville fiVe ot them being halked up in favorof the Pioneers Lose to Lexington The Pioneers were at Lexington Sun lay for a game and were defeated by the Cotta by the score of 4 to Our boys were somewhat oil edge ind lost the game on errors In the Irst inning with two out an1 two mer m bases Johnson hit a high fly to left leld which Wliiitaker let Xet away loth men scoring Johnson scored r little latter on a wild throw by Creager Welch played a star gacnjatsecond iccepting eleven tint of twelve chances Winchester 1 Richmoad 0 In a game which wan a thriller the Vluchester team took the Pioneers in tqOttill reports the boys were up against i tough proposition in Umpire Wilson 16 hlldinJtthe came to Winchester v very raw decision Cliapamn picheil for UieHu8tIeri aud with Wilaond as Distance got aWay with a shutout Ojmstock a new pitcher for Rich nond eccnred from Shelbyville pitched for the Pioneers and showed up in good form Thom did the best batting for the Pioneers getting two hits out of three imes up r AveragezTo1une15 Pros Hammond hasjKiven out the thEjBlueJo Below will be found the averages jtifio PibneerK GJJFiAWhtiaker 81 408 D- inDaoiCfl 401 9- 78iiiossi 343 9- fTlIftrIjlLb WtS nox J S D7i WombesJH y255 3CQ Johneon iijlj l5l- Grolie 93f JM V 035- Parri hr 17 l80r 17i t1feA erul1 m 857 WjJla 9 5S 870 G ien t7 r b 0tirnMtt rIMQ I SI4J hcWjlitjI4 htzs f jtr t F WIDTHIrLflliliLf If Jif I TO FIT ANY FOOT IN I l Shoes arid S1ipperW- eI I keep them cbmin all the time See our line of infants and childrgn Q f V t l v l wine and Tan Colored Slippers Dont think that any old thing willc v iJ v do the children See that they get the proper things and are Ji properly fitted Bring or send them to us LbJvI AGENTS FOR PEERLESS LAUNDRYTRY US I JL I ilI JL BASE BALL RICHMOND vs LEXINGTON July 123 I At RICHMOND League Park 330 p ill I crowding him forthe honor TEAM BATTIXO Paris 261 Richmond 239 Lexington233Shelbyville Frankfort 221 Winchester 211 CBAMF1BLUIXO Paris i u 912 Richmond 932 Frankfort 931 Lexington uLu 93- 0Shelbj Ville 9 9- 21Vincheater916 Had Lost Hope L G Botkins Paris Ky say I had no hopes of saving my hogs as some of them could not eat I drenched them with Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy and did not lose a hog Sold ty Perry and Thomas Children Often at Fault While it isnndoubtedly true that a number of anloraobHists drive their machines at a reckless speed about he populous city streets it is equally true that many children are lither jareless or reckless of their conduct in crossing the streets Playgrounds are nade ofomof the thoroughfares in sections of town where there are plenty of yards in which to play The miturl thing when a child is injured by any Sind of vehicle fJ to blame the man in charge of the vehicle but this is often unjust It is not uncommon to See children dart directly in front of an automobile bicycle or hoteo They Calculate the distance correct v in gen ral but a slip of the foot means diana er Parents might save a good deal if worry antI trouble for themselves IUd others to say nothing of prevent UK possible accidents by seeing toil hat children be more careful in cross UK streets and do not uso thueestrcets playgrounds CORRESPONDENCE BUTHTON Mrs Irviuo Ageo has been on the sick list The friemlsof JJiss Jenny Todd re gRIt her serious illness Mrs A C Buchanan from Richmond visited Mrs Jerome Cotton last week Mr and Mrs Burton Sanders front arrard were recent visitors of Mrs Robert Roberts Miss Elba Williamsfroni Crutchei vas the guest of Lucy and From MUianis Sunday Miss Nancie Wcarren from Rich nond has been visiting Misses Lucy md Frona Williams Mr and Mrs John Howard front taint Lick and Miss Lula Richardson from Pej lbntowh visited Mesdames fatter Azbill and Rice Cruse las week The services conducted by Rev A l Tussy at Corinih Church Saturday ind Sunday were well attended and one convert vas added to the church Bro Tusseyis a young man of splen did possibilities Filled with the Spirit and gifted with a ready oraor he Is accomplishing much good foi the Master and his fcevies are i much demand in this county Cures Little Chicks W K Jolmpon Son Wayndotte Breeders lLexiugton Ky says Last seAr we lost one entire hatch from white diarrhoea This year Wtl have given our cliickons Bourbon Poultrt June In the drinking water contiuually tnd have not lost a onu Sod by Perry Thomas Prispri Reform A prossdiBpaioh from Frankfort saytc Striped suits for convicts will be een no more for a time at the State prison hero after tomorrow when fuTIle Iudd will inangnmtotnnwaysetii 01 uniforms hrthc convieSs For a period of three months nil will wea- rtoldgray suits At thnendof tl ij tlmo a JJcktnftf willbu had TIt IncornAible and enruly prTfoaevs will q back to tlmir strjas badges of dishofior Those with good retfiidf marJiava snlts of soc lighter ma terial All tWft isifeonclffyrilt be olastf fiel bithi Istt9Qi ao That OII irtitfa IHits Center editor oL the Robert- Son Advance remarks Theres no u e playing a game of ball these days unless yonve got plenty of good rco ers on y ur side Tint preachment holds good through every walk in life When n man a community or a city is backed up in enterprises by the people who speaks words ot encouragement and cheer success is assured T h With Patent Flour a good baler becomes even better And even an itexperienced one can gel satisfactory results If the girl doesn turn out jto biscuits breath or cake dont blame her at once It may hi the flour Order a sack of iringi Patent today ond note the results Iti dollars to douchuuts she will do beite with tarings Patent Flonr DTiL Sxctmaxv f D t T Ti i 5Tt maWatlST T Rea ac Sue We ccAtnk at SAabWti 5 cictt OOice over Perry Thomas drugstore J BcmO SC to an on 8t is r to or to to ui f a a to us hence we to share a a c p 9 lu tIiIrea and clov lilt new pattern Sni niailu of flow allwoul uortilrilH in tliK neupKt smartest novvlties Allwoo rT ga ita the Jl0S3illu new character iu Vai ofv now T town we to be found iu city There is a about it that is and found t in many of ljar of style tl1 J t t For Sale Large and email wheat corn and tobacco farms rich and free from stone Large residences and abarns good Railroad Cu olfe r a 1 argain at35 acre long time payments Blakely Bowling Green Ky fl9 Imo H Uly Unit most tic oJ Found Sunday mornjng L Nroad Livingston case containing clothing Owner can have by proving property paying notice Chits Dudley 216 St i t Use rr This the time to freshen up home doing 11thee of painting you have planning the buggy the furniture the floors woodwork Jar every paint purfau we the right Finish i ACNEQUALITY PAINTS ENAMELS STAINS are each and every one scientifically prepared for specific Rememberif a surface be painted stained finished in way theres an Acme Quality Kind fit purpose We can you use much to use and cost ASk WINDOW DISPLAY WILLGINGA ROT WEATR BARfiAINS Not often is merchant iu position offer REAL BARGAINS at the very beginning of the season but conditions such as existpttday to the far sighted iip6odate merchanf Owing to the preent state ofaffairs manufacturers and commission houses are offoring great inducements to man talks quantity Time word quantity has never scared invite you and your friends in great bargain feast tvS nPu3inzs 1 Zaringts Finishes Every areadvantagetUtj The People Appreciate Good r3 Values They resppndto our announcements and patronize the store that gives them the best GLA TIDINGS OF GOOD VALUEST Munsservtceable Suits ioBj 7 O Mens TniliiKd and 15 SCO how Mon SIt in- S lljot of new npring patterns 10 Mens high qlulily Suits that riprtt high eat production 20 young Jicn BpriiiR hats aLsotasyleaud big colors 1J5023 Millinery Ekcellence Visitors and straingers In should not oyeilook theJact carry the exclusive and artis hea veat the Duality rare that caundtbe the mm1huieryhopin addition trJhe r vricer level connections near suit same and for this Third Paints and for Home by the odd jobs for and have AND VARNISHES uses its enameled varnished any the tell what the SEE OUR the the We want every mollier otcc The NazarethWaistUnion Its u finite garment tIttI comLlnC8hhttiiciIiig the cliildtcii eapier Fjivef Win k on w1t luy filcuts the cost nf bildrchVi un ervciir and sit tliesise time Ilicchildrfii get n letter lit lutz licttvrwGvriiiKatiil tnprc o iiifortable tifittTunrni e II t Shah licrctofurc llqs plvufy ot inpcs unit buttons forovciy i url OO c Fcrvii cable fnnit uC bttoiss itecuielnliinxtRU ret that cant tip Nude tight tit the vmy UuouJhmllt gnat nnteetl perfect Fur lh yn and Hiring to 12 years Anil ycu save inunev at tbis pric 45c 150 ilKVniEfHIUOM SKJllTS All colors including blayfc wiihfilainor enihtoulerfilfltiinre Sate prictu 98c SLIjJrOOVNS All elaborately trimmed in lacennd em brthlry Safr JlrlCeuuuhof iniitatioii tonijou edo and Insertion Sale prico per arth 40 h C 4we5iS t t tShirts Drawemr e MattiuSMrpele Ol O6ti itt iilLpricu Respt tEuuiSulmihtd to the Gash Treto E V EiderManSt- reet 1 l t Richmondcntuckyo H J 1LTr J IIIIco J 7i If f Come in and See Our J t Sf t h CTUbSuitsu i the correct threepiece and tw 1 piece l tailor modes in every iSateria new lifi stales and new Ol rings 2 l t t f LIffiftifPfi Princess I 2 j lIr4 iQevety description in pare shades aI f welLas white jnIGeline of the 27 E TATElORED AN tlrI El E G SHIRT WAISTS 7 t bmeje rlyand g t irs 1 icet1 tf 3t tJ i JIiortt tJ B WALKER Women Suffer Cardulforrelieve headache backache pain in the side and diz ziness arising from deranged organs It does more writtenTAKE CARD U IJ Jt Will Help You Mrs Maxwell Johnson Tampa Fla writes Cardui cured me after doctors and everything else had failed I had been suffering r with numb spells ever since I was 16 years old One day I saythata long and fair trial toButAT ALL DRUG STORES I a ii4lu rrTHIS IS THE SEASON FOR l J J41eqeEa6s 1 J Wehare every kind freshand pew tatrightprces A We receive fresh shipments every day A Our stock ot Staple and Fancy Groceries r cannot be equaledI J SEWELL McKINNEY j- t GROCERS c Telephone 223 a Fresh Vegetables Daily We received ilyevt thing in VegetaUlesK such as NewBeans Peas Beets Radishes Cucumbers Lettuce Onions Tomatoes Pie Plant Asparagus Cabbage Sweet Potatoes Etc We will pay the markeL price in CASH FOR EGGS TT Govington 5 Co Phone 72 232 West Maio streett VI PC A Floral Designs Cut Flowers Plants Furaishe400sltortnptice Special aUe tlikm to dej BS for Funerals and Weddwgs at dGrt T TELEPHO illtI t 1JfxAI i iibI I THESE DAYS of spring iuean additional wcar and washing for your linenno matter whether you lead a strenuous or simple life Suppqse therefore you send your work to sWcvill not only lengthen thu life of the articles through scientific laundering but ale ways return them immaculate Normal CtySteam Laundry Telephone 7 Heavy impure blood makes a mud dy pimply complexion headaches nausea Indigestion Thin blood mates you weak pae sickly Burdock Blood Bitters mokes the blood porficthealth Stops itching Instantly Cure piles enzcma salt rheum totter itch hives herpes fcabics Doand Oint ment At any Drugstore t Leave you measure for n Sprinj and Summer Suit at StouOere tf Notice i c Parties whOihave recently had pbo tographs made and have placed theii orders to be Gmshcd also tbose wht have not placed thf Jr orders but hay had sittings ire Trqnested tocaiLai Schlcgel studio as soon as possible ii In qrder that work may be completed I MrsJL Scblegcl pFor Rent Three rooms over Singer1 Sewing Machine office on Seoand street apply this office tf If you are going to have yonr hone refreshened with new wall paper Sfl B Juett Son tf Switches and puffs made to orier Stock on hand to select from I als have in stock tfianglea cliigmiis II facteverythiuxiu hair dressing Jj nar antee to restore grey hair to ita oriijina color Call and see me at 421 Walnut St Mrs Alice Hnrpnr I buy hai and combings and clippings 3ui The Neighbors Say My Breads the Best that because myi Gas Range bakes evenly and my oven heats in seyen ininutes I find Gas cheaper than wood coal or easoline Richmond Water tight Co i 1caiGHESTPRIGESc Paid forrpur frfkL4l1cK ens t Ejsand3 PotikryJfj Ij5l ili y ywr iaee1ts and fcjrapBees beforer dispo Tjpfef GO1t BROtS ii Rkmd K7 II Th RkhItCIIlaIuwu TIE CLIMAX PRINTING CO iBwrporatedV A D MILLER Pleat tad Mtngr LOUIS LANDKAM Editor Metokt kEU PItY AMCMtto aid PWUSICRS LEAGUE PBICE flOO PElt TEAK IK ADVANCE WEDNESDAY JUNE 30 180D TOO SPLENDIDFOR HOME English CrltlcUm ftfte F rnl hlnft ef HOWMS ef tt American Millionaire Our bedrooms are marvels Mine la Immense with two suites ot ImpoesU ble rococo Louis XV furniture In It the richest curtains with heaps of ar ranged graperies and fringe grand writing table things a few embroid ered cushions but no new books or comfy sofas or look of cozy any where The bathrooms to each room are superb miles beyond ones ideas of them in general at home Tom says he cant sleep because the embrold ered monograms on the pillows and things scratch his cheek and the lace frills tickle his nose while he catches his toes in the Venetian insertion In the sheets The linen itself Is the finest you ever saw mamma and would be too exquisite plain Now one bows where all those marvelously overworked things in the Paris shops go Jb and all the wonderful gold in crusted Carsbad glass You meet it here in every house Tbere is no room In it where there Is any look of vhat we call home anSI not one shabby thing Mrs Splelst has a boudolrand it is a boudoir It is as if you went into the best shop and said I want a bou doir Just as you would I want a hat and paid for it and brought it homo with you Natalie baa a sitting room and it is just the same They are not quite far enough up yet on the social ladder to have every corner of the establishment done by Duveen and the result Is truly appalling From Elinor Glyns Elizabeth Visits America MOTORMAN HUMAN AFTER ALL His Expression of Sympathy Aston- Ished Victim of Accident on His Street Car The Fourteenth street car was so full that the crowd overflowed onto the front platform The motorman yelled at the people to quit crowding him as they pushed themselves in and about him He yelled so that the woman inadvertently caught the brass knob by him and held to It not know- Ing what it was exactly until he all at once turned thecrank and caught her finger in it She gave a shriek yanked her finger out and stood pressing it to her mouth to ease the pain He looked sullenly around at her Served you right for putting it there he said She merely sighed whereupon he turned once more and looked at her To her intense amazement there was pity in his eyo Hurt you muchr he asked She shook the finger out and let him see the deep purple hole In the middle of It I may be able to use it again she said but Im not sure Im sorry said he and the woman nearly fell backward over the gate in hor surprise N T Times Closed Season for Snails The edible snail which furnishes a muchprized delicacy on French menus Is threatened with extinction and the general council of the Yonne recently petitioned the minluter of agriculture to ordera close soason on its behalf as Is done for game and fish M Ruau duly ordered an in quiry the only result of which has been to determine the legal atatusof Ihe snail A ministerial circular pub lished declares that the snail I neith er game nor hah but merely an agricultural parasite as such it may be destroyed at any lime and In any sea son The decision of the authorities has thrown the great snail producing regionthe center of which Is Bur gundy into consternation During the exhibition of 102 the consump tion of snails rose to 800 tons and toward the close of the exhibition snails were in such demand that the price was trebled in a month Eighty mil lion snails are received at the Halles every year Dundee Advertiser Characteristics of Dutch Painter Perhaps this might be defined as a capacity for honest seeing and for honest doing and certainly it was in this way that the moral character of the Dutch displayed itself It was equally a notable distinction of the Dutch painters As a school they were unanimous In choosing for their subject life the life about which they knew most and in which they were mot interested their own They rep resented it with straightforwardness and sincerity Thus with few excep tions their motive was simply and sincerely realistic and at the same time their brushwork was extraordi narily sklUfulSt Nicholas Matrimony on Steamers According to a lady who recently returned from a trip to Egypt the Mediterranean steamers have an As tonishing record as successful matri monial bureaus On the voyages made by this 18 matches were made nine ofwhich were publicly an nounced It may be the climate that causes Jove germs to sprout so quick ly under Southern skies or perhaps the freedom from counter attractions is responsible for the degree of charm found in the chance companion of travel Johnny 9JeetIa Father at supper tableWell Johnny how did yoa get akmK at school today t JohnnysPapa my physiology says coaversnUoa at meals should fee fapleasant character Lets talk about ethl11g e1sa YOB can positively wash away all those itcbinj ski diooocco which come lipfa SRrn er Yo eea wltlh them away with a aostkidK lotion of Oil of WiBterjtreefl properly eow pounded The iaetMit thte wiW aoeikiBK llq Ri fa applied that wf H ljaM Be CIIHL saferere all oyerih work who have aaed the CHI oTWiBUigEM fjHM pOBmtedlHive tggffajlta the uwritiaf thin Oil IM cofHtom4d tn D D D- Ptesediou If yaw are saktret from tmwr rthrs OD IYti O esk arw- befl txit or live atoie severe fpM iof bjt you wilt fiwl this D D DCp d re elaAiIb IkHoW br StfMkion aod HARM HooU the cmrpet etniiu to la tow Ijood work or so ff Wotfr dqM bueroQ OI C =T ryt14E JTT- ERaiKvqf4i No Place for the Mwi WKe te Unable to H W On Many business men tall because they are quitters It may be that more fall for tkte reason than any other Whatever the proportion thel number IB too large Men can accom push more thin they ever dreamt cf ta moet etHit It ia mainly a question at EoWIng ofl whea a man Js engaged ta It pursuit litto which bill physical ifedjfeitai QMUUea tit If plants suc cumbed to ever whiff fit biting ate ih the raw days of spring and shriveled up at every drought of summer tfaeF6 would be ao fruit Nature points tho way to holding oa with grim tenacjty sad left alone the face ot the earth te smothered tn shrub and flower and seed In the fields of industry Thomas A Edison is a splendid illustration of these truths declares a writer In the Bookkeeper He says In scientific work as IB all other work the chief factor of succesp is the power of stick lag to a thing I attribute all that I have accomplished to tho fact that I hold on where most persons get dis couraged Grant won his battles by holding on not by superior military tactics Examples are as numerous as successful men Not all may succeed in the same de gree since men are differently con stituted and labor under varying con ditions but a doubting shifting yield ing course leads nowhere No send ble man would make a mistake of traveling east to reach a western town so none should pursue an ob ject unpreparedly and without pur pose But it is not only necessary to be sure that you are right and thea go ahead but to keep going STALK AND SLAY THE ENEMY Vendetta In Montenegro an Illustra tion of tho Eternal Unrest of the Balkans To listen to a Bulgar singing is to make ones flesh creep or want to weep The centuries of cruel oppres sion are ony too manifest In Bul- garIan music and words but a Montenegrin grows restless over his Bong and curies the powers that for bid him to emulate his forefathers deeds en zna3e across the frontier He does so whenever he can but only in twos and threes When the Montenegrin goes raiding across the border it is really a more sporting affair than the wellequipped and organized outings of the Bulgar Comitatchls With hIm It Is usually a private act of revenge or vendetta which he invites one or two friends Ito they strnl across the border at find thf r man do their best to kill him and then make tracks home ward with the whole district at their heels Ferhari the method of killing Is not up to the standard of western sport for they shoot their victim alt tinpr so to sp ik and do not give him a chance but as it is the recognized system on both sides little can be saidThis custom makes men very wary and the stranrsr can appreciate the reason when hi sees a plowman for instance attending to his duties with a rifle slung over his back But in spite of this laxity of observance of the sixth commandment as a Franciscan monk put it to me they are the essence of honor and hospitality As their guest no one can come to any harm and tfcry wilt do all in their power to mali his stay among them pleasant and sfoWlde World Mag same Men with Brazen Throats It Is astonishing to note how some men can Imblbo the most fiery liquids as easily as the average citizen can toss down a gnsa ot lemonade said Capt George P Ralney of Del RIo- Ter at the hotel Kernan I have ft neighbor who is soused to drinking whisky of exraordlnary high proof 130 that wlen he indulges in that blistering essence ot rye he follows It up with a glass of 100 proof the standard as a chaser quite as most men take war to mitigate the ardent stuff Incy country ItIs noun common thing for old frontiersmen to drink alcohol that has been slightly diluted and I have seen not a few who could pour the raw article down their throats In seeming enjoyment Baltimore American Husband Unique Tribute A raid was made in the Baptist Bottoms last night by a party of of ficers which succeeded in the selzura of a blind tiger A negro by the name of John Owens was the violator of the law who was caught with some 20 bottles of the oods of his profession John is the hband of Carrie Owens who is famlirly known In police circles as oft mkenoughhhovetaolnn quarters as ore of tho famous tigress es of these bottoms The whisky found In this place bore the label Old Carries Owens which goes to show that the woman is not young In the business Mobile Register Ap Old Saying A penny for your thoughts said thepostmanWhat you mean f Inquired the poet Theres a rent due on this returned manuscript4 He Needed One The nplorrYoung man I dont see how with your salary you can afford to emoh such expensive cigars The Emplft e Youre rlghtslrJ cant I ought to have a bigger salary Thomas V Shelton Agent Hurst Honii Insurance Co Union City ty Phone 151 ring2 if Notice I have rciiMtl and repaired and furnished wir neyy furniture the iq stairs part of the Uilllngharu Building recently bouj by tuo Elks 8QtS ani prepared to a romodate transient and regular boarders Please give jne a call TS Iurham 3m U Kentucky Fijr Dates Lancaster Jn Y2ia days Georg towi Jaly 2Sdays Stun foid Jny 2l3 days Winchester Aiig3 tdays DftBVille Az44dayiJ Dine Grass Pair Lexington Aug t 8 days HMrodsbor rx ABJC 123 days Lawreweei gAug 17 4ds Rkhtnoodf AUCl 3 days Brberfv t vAu li8 dais HrodlM rt m l88dPwrtvlMk raw i8ldyD iyipt K5 da-yssnaTAt t4 yutoLa clA 4 diV HJcholMTi tfSl4 days Frank fc rl g3t 4 ToaipkiwiM t fcl5 davs Oiow i4dysKe tncky Ste YMt LoglaL lie Seit4riFotfcBdld 7sfthe boW a laMi I leti8 1rMbt = tB Mtt A A r I ANOtNiAATAmAll He Gives the Story for What It Is Worth Aa Auburn man has a cOw whose idioayncracleff ave puzzled him says the ewiston Me Journal A month ago she seemed gay and lighthearted A week of depression followed An other week of atty and lightsome frivolity teemed to follow and now she would seem depressed He has been watching her and has just discovered that she Ball developed a ran aba for literature as a diet In other words she cheWd the old pamphlet and newspaperS 110 has found out another thing YIII that her mOod vary as to the atadunl and character of illustrations dthd rom the articles are illustrated the radrd exhilaration for the cow the mora solid the matter the greater the area of depression For instance a copy of the Congressional Record will reduce the cows spirits and temperature to subnormal while II copy q any of the current Illustrated newspi- pers wilt make her caper like a happy child The other day says he I fed her a select dish of illustrations from Puck Frank Leslies the Lewis- ton Saturday Journal and the annual report of the Maine agricultural de partment and she was so happy that she kissed me We give this story for what It Is worth for we have not yet had opportunity to verify it NOT QUITE IN SAME CLASS Rich and Had Been Wanderer In Early Days But Had Not Neglected Ablutions Senator Norris Brown in an ad dress in Washington praised an Iowa millionaire His success lsa lesson to us gild Senator Brown There are men in Maquoketa who still rem mber him as a tramp a common homeless tramp The speaker smiled One afternoon in New York he said as the millionaire and I were walking in Fifth avenue a beggar stepped up to him and whined Boss I guess you aint never went cold and hungry sleepln in wet fields and glttln kicked from Oh yes I have though said the millionaire He looked the tramp up and down handed him a quarter and said as he passed on But I had the decency to wash myself once or twice a year by George You make me kind of sick Detroit Free Press Mosquito Coast The Mosquito coast Is a strip of ter ritory lying on the east coast of Nicaragua It was discovered by Co lumbus in 1B02 and was claimed by Spain although it was never con quered by that cQuntry During the seventeenth century the Mosquito coast was the headquarters of the buccaneers and in 1650 became sub ject to Great Britain with nonfulfill ment of the BulwerCIayton treaty between the United States and Great Britain these two nations agreed not to occupy or fortify or colonize or assume or exercise any dominion over any part of Central America In 1855 the United States charged Great Britain with nonfulfillment of the treaty and In 1859 the English agreed with certain reservations to cede the territory to Honduras Nicaragua now clans the sovereignty of this territory The Mosqultos who now num ber only about 10000 were at one time able to muster an army of 49 000 men How Evans Got to Annapolis Admiral Evans tells the story of how he happened to be appointed as- a cadet to the naval academy at An napolis from Utah when his native state wan Virginia William H Hooper the first terri tonal delegate to congress from Utah was a great friend ot jny family he said One day he asked me Itl did not want to be an officer in the navy- I told him You bet I do Ire then explained that there was an appointment to be made from Utah and said that if I was only a resident ofUtah I could gethe appointment As soon as I could get my hat and catch a train I was on my way to Salt Lake City and I got the appointment I was the first cadet to be appointed from that territory What Swinburne Was A new and untrammeled estimate of Swinburne comes from the polce man whose duty it was to look after the crowd that went down to the Isle of Wight on the occasion of the poets burial A stranger who was unaware of the fact that England had Just lost her greatest poet Inquired of this policeman at Ventnor station the cause for the crowd The reply was as follows A nina named Swinburne I never heard of him fore They tell me he wrote a lot of poetry stuff If it hadnt been for that nobody wouldnt have taken any notice of him at all He wasnt anybody very particular Was Not In Her Hair Now Margaret dear Im going tc put qoine vaseline on your hair to take the dandruff out said mamma to her small hopefuL of five Then you mal run out and play Whats in your hair Margie asked her playmate a little later II looks all shiny Oh my mamma put some gasolIne in it to take the dandelions outye plied little Margaret wisely Commissioners Sale i T 0 Broustons Admr and Hrs Pills Against T C Broustonallrs and Crdts flits Notlceof Sale In Equity i y virture of a Judgment and Order of sale of the Madison Circuit Court rent ered nl ike May Term thereof JUOin the above style cause the undersigned wu1io Wednesday July 7 1909 between the hours of 12 oclock a tn and 2 oclock p m on premises in Jackson County Kentucky proceed to expose tb Public Sale to the highest and best bidder the following de scrllied property vlzi A tract of land situated in Jackson County Kyon the waters of Main Horse LickCreek patented in tire name of Kish OKokrjand by him deeded to- Js flalli including iallof sad tract of Iftcd side of the topufrldKB North Bt the Deer Lick hollow with thui lion pt Lout 40 acres owor1H1i by Hawkins JHc Qae r 8aidtracto lad outat- a3uaeiesby survey and ia lie KWMB land which WM coiivejod teTltftrOMtI b dee5d from 1sato- rCikiEiotIer o4tMadieon Oi45ftlit Uourti wc rdd ii Dwl look No tp M 128 erf theJck8OK Coantv O rt Cl ftiftIee TIMSSaI4 will be mail Ra ercUiC of uxMUid twelva tn HtfioLrjH pujThftww wIi bft requlr ta RIVO bond wH approved wcurlty rot II- PC ruling Irftibe pnrchasa ItlOMY Tte fe tb fwreo ae4 ot Jwdg nglr iweftHt Mt th8 dyd eaM witt sLn ressrye4pa ald aTt the prebaM- is7iailia l4i Lri It0 MOC JJIAL IJ SAQANJ1iQ t h En llh Fashion Journal eW Eiwl of the DominatIon of the Tall Woman Brigades of exceptionally tall girls notbeIpected to do nothing exc ptto be tallA tall girl season now means that every hostess must endeavor to pro duce a predominating Impression of tallness at her parties Tall dinners and tall lances become a socral ambi tion small men find themselves suddenly useful as an effective means of creating fl contrast when semiAma Sons must be entertained There IB no limit which can be re garded as reasonable when once the crd2 i for tallness commences yet at the moment when with that mysteri ous facility of the feminine nature taU girls seem to be looming up In ill directions the edict goes forth that her reign is over and the little woman is in the ascendant Men would seem to have rather in geniously guarded against fashions In height by becoming almost uniformly of medium stature The present prediction of smaller men need not betaken seriously from every point of view moderation In inches has been found satisfactory now that we never kno wfrom one year to another whether woman is going to be ridiculously small or absurdly tall FIND RARE WORK OF CAXTON Discovery In England Will Stir the Hearts of Bibliophile the World Over 0It is good to know that there at still treasures In the way ofbooks an pictures to be discovered In remote rural places Tire latestlfindlo England is a splendid Caxton a unique volume In its original binding of oaken boards leather with panel and border8tamps monstrous birds fleurdellBc bees thistles etc It 66ntalri the following works from the Caxton pressj The Mlrrour of the Worlde the Dietes of Sayings of the Philosophers Cato oii Old Age CicerO lie Amlcitla and Corydales Memorare Novlssfma1 all in excel lent condition This CieerO Do Amid tla 1481 has a rare feature In Its inclusion of signature D5 which begins thus Here Followeth the Argument of the Declamaeyon which labor eth to shQw wherein Honour shoulde Reste The book was found In an old manor house in the north of Eng land New Folding Umbrella A new folding umbrella isp con structed that the ribs and the center rod being hinged in the middle will fold to half their length When folded and slipped into its case it is only 16 Inches long and can easily be carried in the overcoat pocket or in a catchel When extended each rib snaps into a clamp which holds it perfectly rigid and tho two sections of the center rod screw together in a firm joint Only half a minute is required to either set up the umbrella or to fold tt When set up it can be carried open or closed in exactly the same manner and with the same appearance as an ordinary umbrella Popular Mechanics The Treaty with Panama Under the terms of the treatywhlch was exchanged between the Republic of Panama and the United States on February 26 1904 the republic of Panama granted to the United States theperpetual use occupation had con trol of a strip of land five miles wide on each side of the central line of the route of UK Panama canal The treaty also conceded to the United States all of the rights powers and authority over this strip of land which this country would have if it were the sovereign of that zone Under the treaty the canal is to be a neutral waterway 7 It Only Seemed So The artist had invited her out for an ice cream soda somewhereind a tenmile walk afterward so she was putting on her hat which was of a size somewhat excessive according to the styles I didnt like that hat at first he said as she stuck the long pins in and turned her head to look at the effect in tile mantle mirror but I do now Its a hat that grows on you jly goodness she cried In die may iIfss1t got any larger Mark of Queens Thumb Miss Buckle superintendent of queens nurses Brighton England narrates a little anecdote illustrative ef the Intense interest manifested by Queen Victoria in her nurses When the uniform was shown to the queen she took the bonnet and remarked Dont you think it would look prettier bent dpwn in the middle and from that time the nurses always called that bend the mark of the queens thumb Because MotherWhy did you permit Mr Dasher to kiss you in the hall last night DaughterWhy that was the first opportunity he hadPuck Platting a Planet Ho has a mighty strong imagina tion for a real estate dealer f Yes Hed lay out an allotment on Mars and get husky cracking up the canal privileges ToMammothCave Madison county excursion to Mam moth Cave from all stations July 2L on regular morning trains by Paris and Latonia A three days trip to the worlds greatest wonder fork S12C5 Tickets Include the railroad fare boad at hotel and tho several rontea through tfie Cave alto one night for a danco or social at hotel Return limit ten days see 1 and NAjenU 4t NoticeS Having purchased t eCoal and Feed business of Mr J Ballard on Aspen aye we use this method toin vite our friends and the t public for a share of their patronage We haoidle the celabrated Rfch Qun t l JeItoCoze1Il1ch we g M give perfect safcisf MgiSm Give us a trial order td get aciniainted with otiir Coal and method of iIoizg 1 ninSj l Lrpt111 4 b c t oiY Jr- tf N ot In The Trust THE ADMIRAL 18 THE LATEST IIIlEST MOWA THE SUCCESSFUL FARMER 1 KEEPSUPTO On Farm Machines The great advance in fanning methods has kept pace with the improvement of farm machines The most successful farmers have always been really 13 consider new ideas and better machines Farmers never have been mprcptogftSstvftnan flayT TnaTlrvbydi Admiral mower bwi so quickly established itself in their favor They recognize the great value of its features chief among which are Powerful keen cutting appa ratus easy footlift increased tractive power without corresponding incre in weight not forgetting the floating frame genuine underdraft unifffm tilt and aItthe other features that have made Walter A Wood mowers fam us wherever grass is grown If you are going to buy a new mower this ear investigate the latest The Admiral Its a pleasure for us to show the Admiral to a progressive farmer So dont hesitate ask us at any time the sooner the better Douglas Simmons Agents r4 j Eat What You want of the food you need Kodol will digest it You need a sufficient amount of good wholesome food and more than this you need to fully digest it Elsdyou cant gain strength nor carl you strengthen your stomach If it is weak You must eat In order to live and maintain strength You must not diet because tho body requires that you eat a audio lent amount of food regularly But this food must be digested and it must be digested thoroughly When the stomach cant Co it you must take something that will help the stomach The proper way to do is to eat what you want and let Kodol dl gest the food- Nothing else can do this When the stomach is weak it needs help you must help it by giving it rest and Kodol will do that Going to Use t Our Guarantee Go to your druggist today nnt purchase a dollar bottle and if yoat can honestly say that you did nob receive any benefits from ft aftoff using the entlr bottle the druG- gist will refund your money to y5 without question or delay We will pay tho druggist the prfo tof the bottle purchased by you This offer applies to the bottle only and to but one family We could not afford tamake such an offer unless we positively kneW j what Kodol w111 do for you It would bankrupt us The dollar bottle contains tlme3 as much as the fifty cent bottle Kodol is made at the laboratories of E a DoWitt Co Chicago 1 Fjr Sale by PERRY THOMAS Any largsI Lumber Sash Doors Laths Paint Rubber or Felt sRoofingr 1 PLANS FURNISHED BEASCttfABLE Better come direct to LackeyiCorner Main and Orchard Streets AND GET A SQUARE DEAL Telephone 100 Richmond Ky Field Garden 1 SE EP1We have just received a large shipment of r Field and Garden Seed and invite those I to I grasstIIIbefoemaliing a purchase Our line of I Sp1ean- dFancyIROCERIE Sf- I 7 was novermora complete than liow s I I I I Tte and S o nil I I Telephone 35 t The Houston Buggy Break Cart and Speed SulkiesITake pleasure in referini you to Iho following nplodate business men of the rlitecomfort and dnrabilty of the Houghton Kino PH Bald of Louisville Ky who is one of the largest dealers f hijrh jai vohiclawritos I handle most all hiRliolass buggies but I consider tllU Houghton by far the best Goodman BroBeo of Shelbyville Ky say that the Houghton Buggy is superior to tireolunibus Moyer or Kaufman We do not believe that tua Houuhton can be surpnsed J II ilcKee LivoryaiRnShelbyTille Ky writes I IlIFe in my livery tba Cnrlis tReid The HoDRhton I am frank to place the Uefeghtoji the leader and dot believe a better buggy can be built Quality and not pounds makes vehicles durable comfortable L and stylish Op wiH say oflliafoOowini homo users of the Houghton who Ire your tepgt lMw ItI Nett aad in perfect aucord with the above testimonials feArii ef HWe Richmond Gee P Simmons Richmond 7 irT HrasfldJoeMason Whites Station JRichmondFiRojrHenry PBaybtIrnRlehneu1 Joo Azbill Liveryman I1to Red Reese c JE cry OKTucol a HpOKhtos Kill Loltyonthey areby larthe brst ji th BwhUmliB kUio oly Use thfrt uses only the flnrat Jnalerfai Ss- dsrniotathe eem ofjs Itaees eestion kttb otlJlllum tbtloI4olII4rdv v your kwqMctiov joar order early j r 9 ff yCOLYERtu 2 Come in and See Our Simply Mod Tub Suitsfr the correct threepiece and twopiece c JUor modes in every niateria newsstyles and new colorings f r L LiMpree Princess as 12 t iy cot every description in pale shades asD J wglljas white A nice line of the SirJ TAILCiFR1E 0 ANDttI1Ni t E SHIRT WAISTS f Qttie early and get firat h ice1iffS ft t is B WALKERt r Women Suffer cardulforrelieve headache backache pain in the side and diz ziness arising from deranged organs It does more writtenTAKE CARDIJIJ Jt Will Help You Yrs Maxwell Johnson Tampa Fla writes Cardui cured suffering saythata long and fair trial toButAT ALL DRUG STORES L 6 rtTHIS IS THE SEASON FOR LTresll2iliVegetables 1 Wehare every kind fresh and pew P at right prJces JA We receive fresh shipments every day A jour stock ot Staple and Fancy Groceries A cannot be equaled J SEWELL McKINNEY j l t GROCERS 5 cTelephone 223 I eJ2urFresh Vegetables Daily We received 1ycver thing in Vegetables such as New Beans Peas Beets Radishes Cucumbers Lettuce Onions Tomatoes Pie Plant Asparagus Cabbage Sweet Potatoes Etc We will pay the market price in CASH FOR EGGSJ TT Oouington 5 Co Phone 72 232 West Main street Floral Designs Cut Flowers l Plants r Furnished on short notice Special attention to designs for Funerals and WeddingsJ jTELEPHOiiefludYSttoM O5nito JVo AA fI THESE DAYS of spring mean additional Wear and washing for your linenno matter whether you lead a strenuous or n simple life Suppqse therefore you send your work to sWc will not only lengthen tho life of the articles through scientific laundering but al ways return them immaculate Normal City Steam Laundry Telephone 7 muddynausea indigestion Thin blood Burdorich red purerestores perfect t health Stops Itching instantly Cure itcbhivement At any Drug store Leave you measure for a Spring and Summer Suit at Stouffers tf Notice photoorders to be finished also those wh have not placed th i orders but hay had sittings are requested to callaSchlcgel studio as soon as possible ii In qrder that workmay be completed i f Mrs J L Schlegcl pFor Rcnt SewIn1Machine apply this office U If you are going tojhave yonr hone refreshened with new wall paper s BJnettSon tf Switches and puffs made to order Stock on hand to select from I als have in stock triatiglea chigmns ii fact everythinl1 In hairdressing Jjtuar antee to restore grey hair to its origins color Call and see me at 421 Walnut St Mrs Alice Hari r I buy hal and combings and clippings 3m The Neighbors Say My Breads the Best that because mW Gas Range bakes evenly and my oven heats in seyen minutes I find Gas cheaper than wood coal or gasoline f Richmond Water Eight Co HIGHEST PRICES f Paid foryou- iChickens 1 1i1 f rggsna i- Pu1try ti ti ot et It willpay you to see us and getbarprices before dispos iQg6f anylof yolir producei jlRichmMd l ThcRichmoudCIimar ruuiSKo maY WEBKSMT IT THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO Incorporated A D MILLER Ptest and Mangr LOUIS LANDRAM Editor hinbtr ol kENtueky pm AsSOCIAtIOIl aad lEAGUf PRICE LOO PER YEAR IN ADVANCE WEDNESDAY JUNE 30 1D09 TOO SPLENDID FOR A HOME English Criticism of the Furnlshlnfi of Houtec of the American Millionaires Our bedrooms are marvels Mine Is Immense with two suites of ImpossU ble rococo Loufs XV furniture In It the richest curtains with heaps ot ar ranged graperies and fringe grand writing table things a few embroidered cushions but no new books or comfy sofas or look of cozy any where The bathrooms to each room are superb miles beyond ones Ideas of them in general at home Tom says he cant sleep because the embroid ered monograms on the pillows and things scratch his cheek and the lace frills tickle his nose while he catches his toes In the Venetian insertion in the sheets The Urea itself Is the finest you ever saw mamma and would be too exquisite plain Now one kiowa where all those marvelously overworked things in the Paris shops go to and all the wonderful gold in crusted Corsbad glass You meet it here in every house There is no room in it where there is any look of what we call home anti not one shabby thing Mrs Spleist has a boudolrand It is a boudoir It Is as If you went into the best shop and said I want a bou dolr Just as you would I want a hat and paid for It and brought It home wlth you Natalie has a sitting room and itls just the same They are not quite far enough up yet on the social ladder to have every corner of the establishment done by Duveen and the result Is truly appalling From Elinor Glyns Elizabeth Visits America MOTORMAN HUMAN AFTER ALL His Expression of Sympathy Aston ished Victim of Accident on His Street Car The Fourteenth street car was so full that the crowd overflowed onto the front platform The motorman yelled at the people to quit crowding him as they pushed themselves in and about him He yelled so that the woman Inadvertently caught the brass knob by him and held to It not know- Ing what It was exactly until he all at once turned the crank and caught her finger in it She gave a shriek yanked her finger out and stood pressing It to her mouth to ease the pain He looked sullenly around at her Served you right for putting it there he said She merely sighed whereupon he turned once more and looked at her To her Intense amazement there was pity In his eye Hurt you muchr he asked She shook the finger out and let him see the deep purple hole in the middle of ItI may be able to use It agalnr she said but Im not sure Im sorry said he and the woman nearly fell backward over the gate in hoc surprise N Y Times Closed Season for Snails The edible snail which furnishes a muchprized delicacy on French menus is threatened with extinction and the general council of the Yonne recently petitioned the minister of agriculture to ordera close season on its behalf as Is done for game and fish M Ruau duly ordered an In quiry the only result of which has been to determine the legal status of the snail A ministerial circular published declaresthat the snail Is neith ergame nor fish but merely an agricultural parasite as such It may be destroyed at anytime and In any sea son The decision of the authorities has thrown the great snail producing regionthe center of which is Bur gundyInto consternation During the exhibition of 1902 the consump tion of snails ruse to 800 tons and toward the close of the exhibition snails were In such demand that the price was trebled In a month Eighty million snails are received at the Halles every year Dundee Advertiser Characteristics Dutch Painters Perhaps this might be denned as a capacity for honest seeing and for honest doing and certainly it was In this way that the moral character of the Dutch displayed Itself It was equally a notable distinction of the Dutch painters As a school they were unanimous In choosing for their subject life the life about which they knew most and in which they were moat interested their own They represented it with straightforwardness and sincerity Thus with few exceptions their motive was simply and sincerely realistic and at the same time their brushwork was extraordl narily skillful St Nicholas Matrimony on Steamers According to a lady who recently returned from a trip to Egypt the Mediterranean steamers have an as tonishing record as successful matrl monial bureaus On the voyages made by this lady 18 matches were made nine of which were publicly an nounced It may be the climate that causes Jove germs to sprout so quickly under Southern skies or perhaps the freedom from counter attractions js responsible for tbedegreeot charm found lathe chance companion of travel Johnnys Objection Father at supper tnbleWel Johnny how did you get along at school today Johnny Papa my physiology says conversation at meals should be of a pleasant character Lets talk about something else Yon can positively wash away nil those itching skin diseases which come up in Summer lime You can wash them away with a soothing lotion of OitOof Wintergreen properly compounded The instant this mild soothing liquid Js applied that awful Itch te gone EC zema sufferers all over the world who have used the Oil WiHterfcreen Com unded have tefifeed to the merits of DptsclIf you are Buffered from snmme sLrawberry tibyHooke the carpet etamer fJ in town good work or BO ply Writ dOllea oarOWB home CiIuhoeist4 2t C I ONOOMFO THE QUITTER Lsineas World Has No Place for the Man Who Is Unable to Hold Op Many business men fall because they are quitters It may be that more tall for this reason than any other Whatever the proportion the number Is too large Men can accom plish more thau they ever dreamt of In most cases It is mainly a question Of holding on when a man Js engaged in a taursuit into which his physical find mental qualities fit If plants suc cumbed to every whitf of tilting fiif In the raw days of spring and shriveled up at every drought of summer til6F8 would be no fruit Nature points the way to holding on with grim tenacJty end left alone the face of the earth is smothered in shrub and flower and seedeIn the fields of Industry Thomas A Edison is a splendid illustration of these truths declares a writer in the Bookkeeper Ho says In scientific work as in all other work the chief factor of success Is the power of stick ing to a thing I attribute all that I have accomplished to tho fact that I hold on where most persons get discouraged Grant won his battles by holding on not by superior military tactics Examples are as numerous as successful men Not all may succeed in the same de gree since men are differently con ctituted and Jabor under varying con ditions but a doubting shifting yield ing course leads nowhere No sensi ble man would make a mistake of traveling east to reach a western town so none should pursue an object unpreparedly and without pur pose But it is not only necessary to be sure that you are right and then go ahead but to keep goingd STALK AND SLAY THE ENEMY Vendetta In Montenegro an Illustra tion of tbo Eternal Unrest of the Balkans To listen to a Bulgur singing is to mako ones flesh creep or want to weep The centuries of cruel oppression are ony too manifest in Bul garian music and words but a Montenegrin grows restless over his songs and curses the powers that for bid him to ululate his forefathers deeds en morse across the frontier He does so whenever he can but only in twos and threes When the Montenegrin goes raiding across the border it is really a more sporting affair than the wellequipped and organized outings of the Bulgar Comltatchis With him It Is usually a private act of revenge or vendetta to which he invites one or two friends Then they strtil across the border at night find thrr man do their best to kill him and then make tracks homeward with the whole district at their heels Perhaps the method of killing is not up to the standard of western sport for they shoot their victim sit ting so to BP ik and do not give him a chance but as It Is the recognized system on both sides little can be saidThis custom makes men very wary and the strnnr can appreciate the reason when ho sees a plowman fortinstance attending to his duties a rifle slung over his back But in spite of this laxity of observance of the sixth commandment as a FrancIs- can monk put It to me they are the essence of hoior and hospitality As their guest no one can come to any harm and thry will do all In their power to maJihls stay among them pleasant and rfoWide World Mag game Men with Brazen Throats It is astonishing to note how some men can Imblbo the most fiery liquids as easily as tie average citizen can toss down a gass of lemonade said Capt George r Rainey of Del Rio Tex at the hotel Kernan 1 have a neighbor who Is soused to drinking whisky of exraordlnary high proof 130 that wlen he Indulges In that blistering essence of rye he follows it up with a glass of 100 proof the standard as a chaser quite as most men take walrr to mitigate the ar dent stuff Injry country It is no un common thing for old frontiersmen to drink alcohol that has been slightly diluted and I have seen not a few who could por the raw article down their throats In seeming enjoyment Baltimore American Husbands Unique Tribute A raid was made In the Baptist Bottoms last night by a party of officers which succeeded In the seizure of a blind tiger A negro by the name of John Owens was the violator of the law who was caught with some 20 bottles of the oods of his profession John is the hrband of Carrie Owens who is famParly known in police circles as on mkenoughlhovetaoinn quarters as ore of the famous tigress es of these bottoms The whisky found In thlt place bore the label Old Carrie Owens which goes to show that the woman is not young In the business Mobile Register Ar Old Saying- A penny for your thoughts said thepostmanWhat you mean r inquired the poetTheres a cent duo on this returned manuscript He Needed One The Emploror Young man I dont see how with your salary you can afford to smoh such expensive cigars The Emplo Youre right sir I cant I ought to have a bigger salary AgentHurstUnion Uty cCy Phone 151 ring 2tfNotice I have ren5jl and repaired and furnished wir new furniture the urt stairs part of the Uillingham Building recently boujjit by tim Elks nod ani prepared to a omodate transient and regular boarders Please give me a call NA Iurham 3m f Kentucky Fair Dates Lancaster nly283 days Georjjetowi July 285dajs Ktanfoid Jny I3 days Winchesterug34day Danville As 44 days Blue Grass Fair Lexington AUK 96 lays Harrodsbury AHR 123 days Lawrenceb gAug 174 diy Richmond Aug 13 days daysllrodliJ daysShetbvvltl ld JlUi IY8 LondBA i2i4dvNichol vi AH jr 3tI dayTmG 8toirrS u84days Keatncky State FairJ Louisville 8e it iisi-or a JUd swy action of the bowels a atI dott oi Doaas Rejjaleta i- seDGUghTnn t curl habitual cows LltIOVt K omts abOs ASk 10 rdnaIKItfirtII ANOTHER MAINE NATURE TALE In All Fairness the Writer Says He Gives the Story for What It Is Worth An Auburn man has a cow whose hlmsaystheago she seemed gay and lighthearted A week of depression followed Another week of airy and lightsome frivolity seemed to follow and now she would seem depressed lie has been watching her and has just discovered that she has developed a raa slon for literature ail a diet In other words she chews the old fittmpbletiJ ana newspapers tIe hail found out another thing VIU that her moods vary as to the amduflt and character of Illustrations consumed thtf inttre1 the articles are illustrated the werd exhilaration for the cow the more solid the matter the greater the area of depression For Instance a copy of the Congressional Record will reduce the cows spirits and tempera ture to subnormal while a copy of any of the current illustrated newspa pers will make her caper like a happy child The other day says he I fed her a select dish of illustrations from Puck Frank Leslies the Lewis ton Saturday Journal and the annual report of the Maine agricultural department and she was so happy that she kissed me We give this story for what it is worth for we have not yet had opportunity to verify it NOT QUITE IN SAME CLASS Rich and Had Been Wanderer In Early Days But Had Not Neglect ed Ablutions Senator Norris Brown In an ad ress in Washington praised an Iowa millionaire His success Is a lesson to us said Senator Brown There are men in Maquoketa who still remember him as a tramp a common homeless trampThe speaker smiled One afternoon in New York he said as the millionaire and I were walking in Fifth avenue a beggar stepped up to him and whined Boss I guess you aint never went cold and hungry sleepln In wet fields and gittln kicked from Oh yes L have though said the millionaire He looked the tramp up and down handed him a quarter and said as he passed on But I had the decency to wash myself once or twice a year by George You make me kind of sick Detroit Free Press Mosquito Coast The Mosquito coast is a strip of ter ritory lying on the east coast of Nicaragua It was discovered by Columbus In 1502 and was claimed by Spain although it was never con quered by that country During the seventeenth century the Mosquito coast was the headquarters of the buccaneers and in 1650 became sub ject to Great Britain with nonfulfill ment of the BulwerClayton treaty between the United States and Great these two nations agreed not o occupy or fortify or colonize or as sume or exercise any dominion over any part of Central America In 1855 the United States charged Great Britain with nonfulfillment of the treaty and in 1859 the English agreed with certain reservations to cede the territory to Honduras Nicaragua now clans the sovereignty of this terri tory The Mosqultos who now number only about 10000 were at one time able to muster an army of 49 000 men How Evans Got to Annapolis Admiral Evans tells the Story of how he happened to be appointed as- a cadet to the naval academy at An napolis from Utah when his native state was Virginia William H Hooper the first terri tonal delegate to congress from Utah was a great friend of my family hE said One day lie asked me If I did not want to be an officer in the navy I told him You bet I do He then explained that there was an appoint ment to be made from Utah and said that if I was only a resident ot Utah I could gethe appointment As soon as I ould get my hat and catch n train I was on my way to Salt Lake City and I got the appointment I was the first cadet to be appointed from that territory hat Swinburne Was A nett and untrammeled estimate of Swinburne comes from the policeman whose duty It was to look after tho crowd that went down to the Isle of Wight on the occasion of the poets burial A stranger who was unaware of the fact that England had just lost her greatest poet inquired of this policeman at Ventnor station the cause for the crowd The reply was as followsA named Swinburne I never heard of him fore They tell me he wrote a lot of poetry stuff If it hadnt been for that nobody wouldnt have taken any notice of him at all He wasnt anybody very particular Was Not In Her Hair SNow Margaret dear Im going to put some vaseline on your hair to take the dandruff out said mamma to her small hopeful of five Then you may run out and play Whats in your hair Margie asked her playmate a little later It looks all shiny Oh my mamma put some gasoline InIt to take the dandelions outrplied little Mar ret wisely Commissioners Sale T 0 Bronstons Atmr and Hrs Flus Agains- t1OBronstona lire and Crdte Dlts Notice of Sale in Equity By virture of a Judgment suit Order of Bnlouf tho Madison Circuit Court rend ered at the May Term thereof IJOJJn tire above etyle cause the undersigned will ca Wednesday July 7 1909 between tire hours of 12 oclock a m anti 2 oclock p m on premises in Jackson County Kentucky proceed to bighestaridscrlheil property viz A tractor land situated in Jackson County Ky on the waters of Main Horse II patented ill the name ofKfahtSookand by latin deeded to Jas D Ballard includng all of sad tract of land on the South side of the top of ridge North of the Deer Lick hollow with the exception of about 40 acres now owned by Hawkins Mc Queen Saic1tractof land contains Jut ictes by survey and ia the Tame land which was convejod to T U ftranatiiii bj deed rom Master ComiwiwioiiHr cf thu J5adiV n Circuit Uourt recorded in Deed look No Tat paee128 of the Jackson County Court ClekOfilcelEItllsSnla S will be niado on a credit of eli and twelve month the puruhaiier will ba required to gtvo bond with approved security for the payment of the puichasa money tc have force and ihod of IJudlmeat beari rlegal i n1 te9t from tire day ef Mk with kiJeti reserved upon emoneyill UCMO J SMALL GIRLS AGAIN TQNtJLE English Fashion Journal S es End ef the Domination of the Tall Woman Brigades of exceptionally tall girls practically rule hospitality all over the country declares tbe English Ladys Pictorial They need not be pretty or Intelligent Jorthey are expected to do nothing except to be tallA tall girl season now means that every hostess must endeavor to produce a predominating impression of tallness at her parties Tall dinners and tall dances become a social ambi tion small men find themselves suddenly useful as an effective means of creating a contrast when semiAma zons must be entertained There la no limit which can be regarded as reasonable when once the craze for tallnesS commences yet at the moment when with that mysteri ous facility of the feminine nature tall girls seem to be looming up in all directions the edict goes forth that her reign is over and the little woman Is in the ascendant Men would seem to have rather ingeniously guarded against fashions In height by becoming almost uniformly of medium stature The present prediction of smaller men need not be taken seriously from every pdlnt of view moderation in Inches has been found satisfactory now that we never kno wfrom one year to another whether woman is going to be ridiculously small or absurdly tall FIND RARE WORK OFCAXTON Discovery In England Will Stir the Hearts of Bibliophiles the World Over It is good to know that there ara still treasures In the way ofbooks ana1 pictures to be discovered In remote rural places Tire latest linden England is a splendid Caxton a unique volume In Its original binding of oaken boards leather with panel and border stamps of monstrous birds fleurdells bees thistles etc It 6bntalri the following works from the Caxton press The Mirrour of the Worlde the Dl tes of Sayings of the Philosophers CaW on Old Age Cicero fie Amlcltla and Corydales liem rare Novlsslraa1 all In excel lent condition This Cicero Do Amici tin 1481 has a rare feature in Its Inclusion of signature D5 which begins thws Here Kolloweth the Argu ment of the Declamacyon which labor eth to show wherein Hpnour shoulde Reste The book waV round in an old manor bouse In the north of England New Folding Umbrella A new folding umbrella is so con structed that the ribs and the center rod being hinged In the middle will fold to half their length When folded and slipped into its case it is only 16 Inches long and can easily be carried in the overcoat pocket or In a catchel When extended each rib snaps into a clamp which holds It perfectly rigid and the two sections of the center rod screw together In a firm joint Only half a minute Is required to either set up the umbrella or to fold it When set up it can be carried open or closed in exactly the same manner and with the same appearance as ah ordinary umbrellaPopular Mechanics The Treaty with Panama Under the terms of the treotywhlch was exchanged between the Republic of Panama and the United States on February 26 1904 the republic of Panama granted to the United States theperpetual use occupation had con trol of a strip of land five miles wide on each side of the central line of the route of UK Panama canal The treaty also conceded to tho United States all of the rights powers and authority over this strip of land which this country would have if it were the sovereign of that zone Under the treaty the canal is to be a neutral waterway It Only Seemed So The artist had invited her out ton an Ice cream soda somewhere and a tenmile walk afterward so she was putting on her hat which was of a size somewhat excessive according to the styles I didnt like that hat at first he said as she stuck the long pins In and turned her head to look at the effect In tile mantle mirror but I do now Its a hat that grows on you Sly goodness she cried in die may hasIt got any larger Mark of Queens Thumb Miss Buckle superintendent of queens nurses Brighton England narrates a little anecdote illustrative cf the intense Interest manifested by Queen Victoria In her nurses When the uniform was shown to the queen she took the bonnet and remarked Dont think It would look prettier bent down In the middle and from that time tho nurses always called that bend the mark of the queens thumb Because MotherWhy did you permit Mr Dasher to kiss you in the hail last night DaughterWhy that was the first opportunity he hadPuck Platting a Planet He has a mighty strong imaglna lion for a real estate dealer Yes Hed lay out an allotment on Mars and got husky cracking up the canal privileges To Mammoth Caves Madison county excursion to Maw moth Cave from all stations July 21 on regular morniiic trains by Paris and Latonia A three days trip to the worlds greatest wonder for 1205 Tickets include the railroad far- ebod at hotel and the soveral routes through the Cave alto one night for ft dance or social at hotel Return limit ten clays see L and N Agent It Notice Having purchased the Coat and Feed business of Mr J Ballard 011 Aspen aye we use this method to in vite our friends and the public for a share 6ftheir patronage W e Jiandle tbecebbratedI Rieh Mountairi Jeilito CpaK Yhjch ire gujirantee Ctp give perfect satisfaction Givens a trial order and get acquainted with our Coal and method of doing business S I lorps iSf r wi t 4 jt l fo Not In The TrOst THE ADMIRAL 18 THE lEST MOWER IJ THE SUCCESSFUL FARMER I KEEPSUPTO Machines improveImentso quickly established itself in their favor They recognize the great value of its features chief among which are Powerful keen cutting appa ratus easy footlift increased tractive power without corresponding increase in weight not forgetting the floating frame genuine underdraft uniflmn tilt and nIl the other features that have made Walter A Wood mowers famous wherever grass is grown If you are going to buy a new mower thisear investigate the latestThe Admiral Its a pleasure for us to show the Admiral to a progressive farmer So dont hesitate to ask us at any timethe sooner the better Douglas Simmons Agents Eat What H You want of the food you need Kodol will digest tJYou need a sufficient amount of good wholesome food and more than this you need to fully digest It- Ekdyou cant gain strength nor cart you strengthen your stomach If it Is weak You must eat In order to live and maintain strength You must not diet because tho body requires that you eat a suffic- Ient amount of food regularly But this food must be digested and it must be digested thoroughly When the stomach cant do It you must take something that will help the stomach The proper way to do Is to eat what you want and lot Kodol digest the food- Tothing else can do this When the stomach Is weak It needs help you must help It by giving Itrest and Kodol will do that Going to Any On Farm Our Guarantee Go to your druggist today aDrf purchase a dollar bottle and If 100 can honestly say that you did nct 4 receive any benefits from ft afto using the entire bottle the drufy gist will refund your money to ynii without question or delay Wo will pay tho druggist the prlef of tho bottle purchased by you This offer applies to the large bottle only and to but one in a j family SUChl1mwhat Kodol w111 do for you It would bankrupt us The dollar bottle contains 255 times as much as tho fif ty cent bottle Kodol Is made at the of E C Do Wtt Co Chicago 1 PJI Sale by PERRY THOMAS Use laboratories umber Sash Doors Laths Paint Rubber or Felt Roofingtv PLANS FURNISHED REASOtf ABLK Better come direct to LackeyTAND GET A SQUARE DEAL Telephone 100 Richmond Ky Field Garde- nS E HBBHBBBBMUfl DII f I I I 4We have just received a large shipment of I Field and Garden Seed and invite those I who are so to 1 TIILR O C E R I EStwas nm complete than now rtnora 1 r Ta4e and Son i Telephone 35 I The Houston Buggy Break Cart and Speed SulkiesT- ake pleasure in referint you to the following uplodate business men of the lite comfort and durabilty of the Houghton Hino P H Bald of Louisville Ky who Is one of the largest dealersof highclass vohlclewritea I handle most all highclass buggies but I consider tho Houghton by far the best Goodman Bros Co of Shelbyville Ky say that the Houghton Buggy is superior to the Oolambus Moyer or Kaufman We do not believe that the Houuhtpn can be surpassed J II ilcKce LivoryiaanShelbyTille Ky writes I hae in my livery the Mover Curtis Reid Silvers and The Honphton I am frank to place the Hough ii the leader and dot believe a better buggy can be built Quality and not pounds makes vehicles durable comfortable and stylish yourfiuestbuslness IlichmondVj RichmondSERoyHenry PRsyburn Richmond Joe Azbill Liveryman Richmcud- Thos Red House Every ownerof a Houghtonll teU you they are by tar the best ninLdeotThe llouh1on bwild the finest Brake Cart In the world I haft th4loub1onteacty for yoar Inspection Place yourorderiJatlr IL R COLVER t i 1elf j II dfl t i 1 FOURTH G REAT c t CLEANUP I H irre rut t H I SALE BEGINS Saurday Jul1e 26thM ii Continuing 15 Days biAW ft JU Tis well established that we offer to the public twice each year or at the close of the spring and fall seasons our entire stock of seasonable goods at unheard of low pricesBy this method we never have outofdate merchandise to offer our trade We are not quite two years old in business and the public can readily see we have no old outofdate shelf worn stock to offer We propose to keep this method up each seasOn and thereby al ways be able to offer our friends and CUStpmers FRESH N EW GOODS Please note the sacrificing prices we are naming on our entire stock Mens Clothing at Cleanup Prices The public knows of the celebrated Col legian Clothes we sell for young men and older men We have them in all styles and colors and owing to the backward season we have a much larger stock than usualand we are determined to close the stockout regardless of cost Everything offered in this great sale is STRICTLY CASH So bring your coin and get bar gains Remember the dateSaturday June 26 continuing 15 days Odd Trousers for Men We are greatly overstocked in this department and we are determined to clean up 475 pair 250 200 300 Choice for 11 9 THE CELEBRATED Muosing Underwear Union Suits for Men and Boys 200 Values now 1 39 150 Values now 1 09 Long and Short Sleeves Knee and Ankle Lengths 500 Balbrigan Underwear 50c values now 39c 200 Bleach Scrivner Drawers elastic seam 75c values now 49c Young Mensf Straw Hats Flexible Soft Straw Hats and Sailors The only uptodate Straw Hats in the city 30P Values now 2 Ji 250 Values now 1 V9 200 Values now 1 49 Same reductions on all Pelt Hats fur young men and older men t per J io n SkT1k ea l h SPECIAL NOTICE 20S JneePa t SIES- Go at Cleanup Prices v 159 to pl79 About 138 Suits to close at L59 L89209 Boys Knee Pantsx We have 500 pair to offer They must go regardless of cost Let the mothers come and select a liberal supply for the boys at these awfully low prices SK50 values now 51 09 100 values now BvJBQ 125 values now 89 75 values noweo i 42 j REMEMBER THE MIE w Mens Negligee and soft Collar Attached ShIRTSJiAll Brand New Up to datc Stock 2 00 Values now 159 H50 Values now vf TOO 100 V Mlles now 79 75 Vilues now 59 +50 Values nu 1p 19 Entire stock goes inthteSale Men Yellow c- O Ki=ki Trousers Full Peg Cuff on Bottom 150 V hues now if 19- JOO V hues now 79i BluoCoilet Jeans 9Ii r rt I H tl lYYSrOr1 HENS LOW CUT S H G E S V Tansr Patents GunMetalandOx blood in all lasts and shapes 500 Values now S3vJ J 450 Values now t u a f 350 Values now J f 2 r 79 250 Values n jw A l 89v t HO Boys and Youths Low r v CutSiioe5r r 1 it s 0 in all Leathers Blacks rnHTans r ry 350 Values lidwVJ 10 7n 300 Values note i 2tlflt Sixes 2iloG t Sale commences Saturday J if26th and continues 15 days i Having decided to quituselessto Mensr and Boys only we are offering our entire stock s of bitiiestand Miss lslioes irCOST Our stock consists of more than one thousand pair of shoes and this will be a chance for you to get values for less thnthe manufacturers cost Com e carlY and get first choke Remember W Iare sole agents for the famous J+ K SilKid Shoes for ladies oJI tf T Sari t STAIFER and SOPERl- r d 1ir 2I8 West MaInRIC liNt 0N Drg ti Y IT r- j f s 1r + z w l pringODS Brussels Wi onVelvet and 9x J2 Axrfiinsteiv Best as ortment ever brought to this city See them before you pur chase t t BENNETT and HIGGINS Furniture and Undertaking Feephoaes 73 Main Street I pp S S ppp L WE WANT TO PUT Several Tons OF OUR 1 I- e in your cellar bins now before the price advances HS it surely will do so consider this- Telephone 110 Rex Red Ash Jellico We have tliu exclusive ealo A trial order will convince you that ourd is a little botter than you hav ttnen Rottingelsowhere and possiblyIesFull Weight or Coal Forfeited B li Luxon Bro For Sale KNcw set pony harness and cart u perfect condition Roy C White The Girl You Want Young man rich or poor if you are thinking of marrying got a girl who can turn over a hattercake without the grease popping on her hands who can nmko a hell in the twlnkla of an eye can cook tough steak lender or throw a bootjack that will part your hair in tho middle Many Autos Scanlan IIurdt have sold to Capt II B Hinder a splendid Buick one of the handsomest machines in cen tral Kentucky Mr Earl Curtis has also purchased a now Rambler This gives Richmond more automobiles than any town this size in Kentucky and they are all line ones No 1730 Report of the Condition of the r Madison National Bank t sit KicliiiioticJrKy at the close of Inislnut June ZJ IQ9 RESOUKCJJS Iron and discounts SJIIHS1 7- SOvrnlraltKBCciimltiiiiliinKcctircil M25 IE V s IlotiilstofccuTCcirctilntioii louxwov- liHIlHMClirlUcHctC ZMJOOC- ituni IKUIFC fiirnltunr and tixtuirs mn7IUJlXDm lioin Niitinmil llmkH iiotr- csni MzintH 1631 0 Dm rti Stntc Ul private litiiikt aii1 tinkers Trust CoinjiaiiieH ali SiiviliKH ItiillkH JJIIO r Dm Irons uiiprcivtil trvtccrvc ftconlH iH42 Hi Clitbi iiil nthfrciich items a IWcs of other National liunlai TjISJ 1 1ctinnsII paxrcurrelIcy nldMall IIII11 n = 9- Lwfuilluone r4ervc 11I1nl viz SKCU tiIAUS tender iMitiH OJ JUSfi Keleni llftn limit with U S Trees 5 icr edit of circulation GO Ol Total mli S 4 LTAIHLITIGS Capital Stuck paid inICO m SurphiB fund mh43unIUnilivideti Iron ctIICCHn 1ixeM 1a n BSi Xatiinnl liank niilixs on taiulinir WIW U Due lo ollie Natiiiniil nkx u 211 3 line to tite and priviitc junks u id liankertt u 1IOt to cli cltrsHtRescre for txc u3lfTotal1717XXiStj- teo1Conntyol I lIlnckI ss I Kobt R 1Xrtinti Cshlcr of the aliov name iKink soHinnly swear that tift nbovt statement Uliqc lo the Lest of ill knowledge and belief t RoW K Iliirnani Cashier r SuUscribel ntiI sworn to he ore me thi 2SlllduyolJinierini J W Crooke Notary 1iiblic Correct AUent A K lUKNAM HHNNKTT NI UBATIIUKACKUircclors An UptodateWoman h1ar8tiheafir the most exquisite toilet articles that ahecftn procure and the most fastidious taste can be suited our rich and handsome eto k in jewelry cases combs brushes mirrors And manicure sets in silver and our j fine cntgass bottles mounted Injrold nd silver for the toilet table Our stock or fine jewofry i UUT FITWJNES1rL tw j t Around Town County court day Tuesday the Oth On account of Monday July 5th being a legal holiday County court will be Tuesday the Oth Mr Ernest IliJdell and Miss Ora KIrby of Rice Station were married performingA telegram was received by Nicho lanvilio relatives announcing the sad den death at St Petersburg Fla oJ Dr Tlios P Welch last Friday Dr Welch was well know in Richmond Copy of tho Richmond fair catalogue- is ready for the printer and The Cli max office will soon have the job in work It will be a dandy and seti forth fully tho many splendid eveuti to be pulled off at this the greatest ii all fairs Bank Stock For sale seven shares stock in Rich rnolid National Dankat court house door two oclock court day Lon Tom Chenault Auctioneer Big Power Plant The new electric power plant to be erected at Valley View will cost i250 000 It will furnish ample power for the entire Central Kentucky interur ban system Diplomas Ready Tho students who took the State ex animation and passed for Common School Diplomas can receive them if they will call at the residence of Supt Coates on Broadway Money for Jurors Trustee of tho Jury Fund Wm Kenton has received money for the jurors who served at thoMay term of circuit court and tho checks arc ready at the circuit clerks oilicc Sure Thing TIe Lexington Gazette has discovered thht Nothing Is so raro as these days in JUlie unless you are the sole and responsible owner of tobacco patch itiat is so full fif weeds you cant see anything but the mortgage on tho laud BIRTHS Mr and Mrs Seth Tudot ire receiv big congratulations over the birth of a daughter The young lady has been jliristeneil Louise Miller Born to Mr aiul Mrs J B Adams of Waco on the 25 mat at dauuhter Big Sale of Grass Seed C S Brent Bro of this city on Saturday purchased the grass teed that in to be gathered from J U hag uinti Elmeudorf farm of 5000 acres 01 blue grass land The puce paidwas 12 centupur bushel anti tho seed is now eiuK delivered to their agent Mr X K Jaeoby at Ilulchiiison Station Itjurboa News Married in Lexington- Mr II M Wilmington an I Miss Ellen Euglo wont to Lexington Monday where they were married at the homo of the brides brother Mr Isaac Eunle While most everyone suspect d that the wedding would take place tool they were somewhat surprised when they learnd that the young people had iiuieily left town and were married Mr Whiltlncton is in the inploy of White Wines all jeweler 4iid isayoiiiiit m m 01 slcrliu worth Tha bride fa a niemhur of hit Englt Cp and is mm of Richmonds most popular young women ACtor a shOtt 1ridal tour they will take rooms at the lion o of Mrs Jim Dykes on Third street We wish fur the youcg people a lift strewn wilh roses Mrs BF Wilson Dead Mrs B F Wilson of Waco aled at the honirt of her father P M Powell on latt Wednesday after n long illntsi of thattlread disease tuberculosis Her health belulo fill about 18 mouths ago and in the hoW of a change in cli mite being beneficial her husband took her South whero they spent the past winter hUt tithe failing they returned she was taken to her Yathirebeing Iandill to go to her home at Waco Mrs Wilson was born June OIl J874 therefore was a few days over 35 years ifage For a number of year the had been n consistent member of tile Uaptifct church at Waco ai d sle will be greatly missed not only liy herchnrch but by the entire co UI muizty She was a womnnof rare traits of cbir acter loving rheorfnl pa tient in tnt poBsessing every trait that goes to make up the perfect woman Sue is Fiirvivodbyli bUE anJauJ two children The funeinl services were Keldat tie reftldflHce of her father bjrBgy Freich of Winchester nffer winch she WM itttd to tart in the Hicliinpli4 cemetery t lL zr k +u Great CutPrice Sale of Fine SPr1llO- n I e Saturday June 19th we will begin a fifteen days cut price clearance sa eofall spring and summer suits for CASH ONLY Stocks are much too large on account of backward spring weather and we realize that our loss will be less if the goods are sacrificed now than if carried over These Suits are brand new the very latest stylesall fashionable shades and colors as well as blacks and blues in sizes and models to fit every man f Many are the famous Kenton Specials the finest suits made None reserved all go H For2Abojjt twentyfive Boys Long Pants Suits fine all wool material of great dur ability but old stockand out of style Take them for 2a suit Cheaper than overalls Bogs Knee uits yVery unusualreduction on all Boys W Knee with straight pants as follows 500C for n 350for 175 It If + + + Laying Corner Stone Large Crowd Present to Par ticipate in Exercises at Normal As The Climax ROCS to press a large ciowd is in town to participate in the laying of the corner stone of tile Ruric Nevil Roark Building at Normal Echool As stated in last issue of The Climax Mayor Woods has declared a holiday and many of the business houses will ba closed in order that all may attend tho exercises This lisa also been set apart asilally Day of the Whirlwind Educational Campaign which is being carried on all over the state At the campus this afternoon the xercises begin promptly at two oclock and are as follows Prayer3JLAddison Smi- lhAddressuGov AE Willson Music AJdrtssuHOIl A It Burnam Mu- sicAtldreslIon J B McOreary Music Benediction Rev C A Tague Tho music will bo furnished by the Richmond Military Hand under dir ection of Prof Alex Bowles Immed ately proceeding the exercises a grand procession will be formed at tho Gov ernment Building anti proceed to the Campus As we go to press immedi ately after dinner everything points ton most enjoyable and Interestingeyent Plants Shipped to Illinois Ten thousand Burley tobacco plants were shipped from Franklin county o Obey Ill last week in specially prepared baskets and another shipment will be made in a few days Itjsprob ably an extensive experiment to acer t in if Kentucky grown plants can be grown into firstclass marketable Burley in Illinois State It Is rumored thai the American Tobacco Co is having the experiment made with the idea of defeating the Kentucky pooling grow ers if it succeeds The Jute Crop Senator W 0 Bradley in speaking of jute says Jme is also called India h 3mp Ids a species of hemp grown by laoorers iu India who are paid five cents per day In 1890 the tariff duty was remove and since That time it has been imported free Last year 107533 tons came lo this country Tim strongih of hemp to jute ia as 100 to GO For this reason there are certain arti cles required 10 possess creai strength which cannot be made from jute and hence hemp hits a special stahdia this field But this Held is quite contract ed as there Is a comparatively small demand for these articles and the only rrason hemp is profitable is because the crop is so limited The New School Law The new school law has been endorsed by nearly every institute held lu the State last year It has aroused greater inteiest in education than WM possible under the old law More than halt ot the districts of the State failed to electschool trustees while under the now law last year most of the districts cileeud trustees and the char acter generally of ihemen elected isa Buarantee that we will have iu the future hotter schools suit better tenchera Under tbe new law n small lax can bo levied by tho Fiscal Court fur tin maintenance of schools tUlJ dis bursed according to thfeir needs iour turnpike and bridge system andin fact in all oilier business mat ivis the county IS the unit of uovern nient Jnfbis tatef and should be ir schooljiiatters j Monday July 5th beUig 3lcgal tlo1 h bk intl poefflce wi- lJbvvluctL I 350 400 for 250 Glasses Found Wednesday on street pair eye lassos Owner can get same by calling at Lackey k Oldhams and paying The Climax for this notice Enters New Field Mr W S Broaddus who has been a valued employee of the Richmond Electric and Power Co for a number of years has resigned and will enter the insurance field on July 1st Mr Broaddus a young man of splendid business ability and his employers the Metripolitan Insurance Co are in shoed fortunate in securing his services Prof Coates Away Supt T J Coates of tbe City Schools began his work in the Whirlwind Campaign at Fordsville Ohio county He speaks in that county Monday Tuesday and Wednesday and in Butler county this rest of this week He begin his institute work at Williamsburg July 6 He goes tit Casey county July 12 to Harrison county July 19 to Gal loway July 26 to Graves county Aug 2 to Padncth AUK 0 tolinon AUK 16 to Floyd county Aug 23 and closes his work in Clay county Aug 30 Nevi Drug Firm Mr Edwin C Stockton has pur ChImed the interest of Mr T S Hajjan in the drug store of Stockton and Hagan the change taking place Mon day Mr Stockton is one of the most deservedly popular men In the city has had wide experience in the drug business and the success of the now lirin is assured His father Mr R 0 Stockton has been in the business in Richmond for many years and by hie energy and bigliRartednes has won a legion of friends The Climax congratulates tho new firm and commends them to the public J New Use For Corn Cobs Every tobacco grower knows the un certainity of getting a stand of tobacco alter the tenth of Jnne As a rule tbe seasons are light after tbat time and the eun blazes down and dries tbe uTOund and withers the plants To supply the necessary moiituie 1 learn many of the Bluegrass farmers in the past few years have adopted the following method when planting tobacco after the tenth of June Empty bar rels are provided and filled with corn cJbs and water IB then poured in to fill the barrel to the brim Tho cobs absorb the water like a sponge and the grower sticks one of the wot cobs in each lull by the sidof each plant This plan is said to issue a stand dnr I ing the driest and hottest weather Henderson Gleaner I 2000 2250 2500 KuhnSchilling Mr II 1 Kahn and ties Marie Schilling were united in marriage yes tordny nt the home of Rev C A Tapie pastor pf the Methodist church Im mediately after the ceremony which Y8s said at 1220 oclock they went to the homo of the bride where a de lightful thinner was served alter which they took the oclock tiain for Milford Ohio where they will leside The bride is the only daughter ot Mrs EmIl Loriscb and is a young lady pi raru beauty not only efface but disposition and character suit will be greatly missed by a wide circle of friends The groom has been in Rich niond only a few mouths bat has dar tug lila short stay nurronnded himself with numerous and lasting friends who rejoice in ills good forturie in winning for himself a Kentucky bride Mr Kuhn came here from MUfoid 0 to play base ball but failing in that be securpd employment in Cap Dicker sons barber shop where he tmiU up a splendid trade by bis cosrlesyand st teativeneatO busiaew We jeta with all nihtag them likrllMwdle- tlolJJ Choice for 1650 Choice I 1250 now 950 1000 now 750 Out of Style Suits 1150 5About 100 suits as fine as we 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 and pants suits no vest nice cool summer suits off styles but great bargains Former prices 8 to 15 Choice now for 350 The pants alone are worth more L A Sold L N Absorbs the Road To Be a Feeder A special from Louisville gives the ollowing announcement Judge A B Richards president of the Louis yule and Atlantic Railroad Company has just returned from New York City While there he sold and de livered all of tho stooks and bonds of his company to the Louisville and Xashville railroad Tho purchaser is- o take possession of the property on July 1 and will continue to operate it with R N Hudson In control as superintendent The road is now Jo become a part of the greatest and bestmanaged railroad system In the South The intentions of the L N in regards to It are not known but it will no doubt be extended sooner or latter into the heart of the best coal and timber section of Eastern Kentucky and thus become an important factor In the development of the re sources of the State This road was started as an off shoot of tho old Louisville Southern under the name of the Richmond Nicholasvillo Irvine and Bcatty ville railroad That company built it from Versailles to Irvine then went into the hands of a receiver of the Federal court in 1893 the original owners losing practically sir they had in vested It was sold under a decree of court in 18U8 and purchased by doiph Segal the noted plunger of Philadelphia who is now in the limelight by reason of his light to hav the officers of the Sugar Trust indict ed and convicted on account of their acts in connection with his sugar refinery Segal refused to comply wjth the terms of the sale and forfeited his 425000 deposit It was then resold under the decree and purchased by Thomas W Knott and Louis C Van Uxem both of Philadelphia who or ganized tho Louisyillc and Atlantic Railroad Company In the meantime a syndicate headed by the Amsdens bankers in Versailles had bout a road from ISuuttyvillu cast to tho junction with the Lexington and Eastern In July 1900 the two pro perties were coaaulidated J B Hag gin the multimillionaire of New York then for tho first time became Interested and furnished the money to finance It James P Amsden of Versailles became president and Judge A E Richards vice presIdent and general counsel The gap between Irvine and Beatty yule was completed in 1901 Tbe president died in 1UOC and was sic ceeded by nia brother John L Ams den who soon retired on account of his health j Mnce then Judge A E Richards of Louisville has been president but the property has been operated by U N Hudson as JeneriI manager Within the last two years abridge has bticu built across the Kentucky river at llledelberg and the rotl oxt nded a few miles south into now coal fields Even now it cnly touches tke edge oflhe great coal and timber regions of Eastern Kentucky but ia tkebands of its new owners its possibilities are Indeed great The Warfua OqUBly Strawberr Growers AocitionreRlized 16000 fo thekrrep SPIWiiMtJ4WO wr loads n o J500 1650 1700 for ever Drown in Kentucky River Miss Florence Conway the youngest laughter of Mr and Mrs J P Conway of Winchester was drowned Tuesday- In the Kentucky river and three of hon companions came near the same fate when they attempted to rescue her Miss Conway with the 1909 graduating class of tho Winchester high school and a party of friends left Winchester Tuesday morning for the river for a picnic The accident occurred a short while after lunch Miss Conway and Miss Ella Bush were itting on a log a lew feet below the lock where the water is about 20 feet deep In somo way the Conway girl lost her balance and fell in Charles Tintkins and Jas Shea who were standing a few feet away saw the girl in the water and plunged in trf save them Neither could swim and the minute they hit the water the girls grabbed them and all four wonld have drowned had it not been for Jesse Jones who grabbed oue of the boys and succeeded in get ting the two boys and Miss Bush out Miss Conway wont to the bottom and it was half an Iionrbefore her body was recovered She was 18 years of age Grave Danger Forty counties in Kentuckv are in grave danger of having no country schools tor ono year after July 1st and unless prompt action is taken the cause of education in Kentucky will be struck a serious blow Even though the decision of the Court of Appeals in he case involving the constitionality of the new school law was favorable to the cause of education and means a big victory for the common schools there is still danger to the schools in many of tho counties wherQ no levy for school purposes has been madaa levy before July 1st this year or suit is brought before that time to force them to make a levy no levy can be made in those counties for school put poses for one year The foregoing has been going the rounds of the press and wo have seen it in a dozen or more papers It is all the merest bosh In such a case the school would go on as usual For yeais most of the country schools have been taught from the public money aud that will come as usual whether any local tax is asked for or not A little money must be raised by subscription in such casea to buy coal but many counties wood is growing all about the school housesMeans Much to Richmond The sale oi the L tA to the L N has put afloat many minors and specu lations to plans of the latter company ic Some say the L N will only extendi the road into richer coal fields some predict the sale of the line between Richmond aud Nicbolasvillo to the in terurban people and others say it wilt stand as it is The Climax is not a prophet nor the son Of a prophet but mark our prediction The road will be made a trunk line from Beat tyville and that section to Louisville via Fradkfort building a connecting line between the latter city and Ver sallies Tnen wo believe tho shops now at Paris will be located la Rich mond We also have an idea that the division headquarters will be moved from Paris to this city Everybody Knows the division between Paris and Cincinnati is too short JUchiiiuud is I about halt way between Ciiiciuuati and Uprbin making it the logical point for the division Sometime ago we hearU a railroad man say the company waa going to double track the Howl ah I branch from Fort Estill junction into Richmond Straws show the way the wind blows and this straw atone goesj to show that theL Nohas some thing in viewor such a move would not be made At any rat9vno matter what the companys pjans may be Richmond will profit bv the change and we prel1r itwill bring many more people mnU pventoklly 1 tiOuieiKtpus I pay to uuf city Work Commenced New Concrete Walks Being Laid ArQund Court House Handsome Improvement Work on laying the concrete paving around the court house and jail was commenced last Thursday and a large force was put to work getting the ground in shape This work is being done by Messrs Tevis Mony han the local contractors price complete 3118 As stated in a previous issue of The Climax the paving will extend all around the grounds and a splendid addition will be made by running pavements from each of the front corners to court house door This wilt not only add to the appearance of building but will protect the grass from those pedestrians who are too lazy to go to the cen ter but are inclined to cut across The people owe a debt of gratitude to tho honorable fiscal court for doing this work as it was not only sadly needed but makes one of the greatest Improvements recently added to our hustling qity Big Paint Shop Added The L N Rail Road Co has just completed its large paint shop in this city As all tho work on cars coaches engines etc is done here the matter of painting has grown Jo such largo proportions that new shops for this work were necessary and at largo cxponcc the company has prepared to handle all work quickly and in tho best manner Only the best of skilled labor is employed and this addition will bring many more dollars into our city Boys Suits Long Pants Ages 15 to 20 years Fine stylish suits all our newest at these bargain prices 1250 1500 I for975 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 15cnoice now for only 5 Great for s hQol or everyday wear KsdTHElTHE I BEGINNING JULY1st TJIE vo1WILL SELL ROUND TRIP TICKETS TO Norfolk and All Rail O D S S Co New York City 28 00 00 Atlantic Cilyn25 50 Vin NeruIk iiiid ODS1cYAs- buryPaiIcNJ Jnnu23 SO SO 00 Long Branch N J T2tl 80 SO Ocean Grove N J 23 80 10 Spiins Grove NY 23 80 SO 00I Sea Girt N JUuu 00 23 80 SO Cape May N J 26 15 Ocean City N J 25 80 GOOD 30 DAYS LIBERAL STOPOVERS- On I sale every tiny Round triptickets New York and H tnn mil anti water going one route and returning another Good 33 dos rttuiMivent allowed I Round trip tickets to nit mountain and summer resorts Good Oct 31 00oters50ljI For full information call on or address Ticket office Phoenix Hotel GEO v BARNEY D P A WmlL Yent City TIckegent Lexington Kr t AI The Schlegel Studio I Having beeri purchased by the undersigned will i be conducted under the same management The Studio has been reequipped with the latest faIcilittes and is prepared to furnish its 1 with the very best things photographic TliG former patronage of the stadio is requested Respectfully McGaughey Moberley j Only Natura t TO BE A LITTLE PROUD OF OUR WORK YOU WILL I BE PROUD OF IT TOO IF YOU HAVE THE PtCRE I 0 FRAMING DONE HERE THAT YOU FIND NECESSARY Bring in the subject you want framed ILetus show you how how properly we can frame them up How reasonable i I WE HAVE THE CHOICEST STOCK OF MOULDINGS TOjSELECT FROM PRICES COMMENSURATE WITH QUALITY AND THE BEST WORKMANSHIP L I i and HI Gn11 ISIL Ul i l iMI I l Furniture Garpeis arid 1 r I fer1 1 btoveis 1 t Opf fHotel GlynjQri vi J 1 RichmohdKKentueky f EteaHqtiarfcers I S wi0j f chine Supplies for all Machines 1- n t L 31 11 Farmers wantingrepairs forte1 r Milwaukee and Gfhamjgioti c 4 r Harvester Machinery1 t can get same from the3 Richmond Matoll Plumbing eo Phone 270 Richmond Ky Hows THIS J Best Beattyville COA L400 a Ton2000 Pounds Figure on bushelWeHarber Coal Company 815Third RICHMOND KY JRa StoufferEstablished Clothing Tailoring House Harvest Season is here and when in need ofa machine dont forget that handle the j Deering Binders and Mowers r the machine noted for its light draft and 1 V durabilityr V r t Goodloe Curtis r + f George EngltehJ II 7 1 PLUMBING 1Doctorfor 1 Gas and Gasoline Engines Agents for Johnson System of Water fdr country and suburban hordes E Malt Street t4 Phom 11210 RICHMOND KENTUCKY 1 of tJ C rII + II Ik4 4 n 4 o 3C WE WILL GIVE YOU A GOOD I10XEST AND DURABLE JOB OF PAINTING Juenn possibly pet n socnilcd lessmoneythe work be reliable und durable nteclnnlcswedo reliable work We thebestnmtcnalsslrtctlypure the most expensive colors rcliibleandyouwnntonl the test work and con slderingthe grade of materials we riveyouus figure with youW P BAXTER Phone 412 Sterling Clothes ARE THE BESTI ==CLOTHES Bench Tailored Ready to Wear Guaranteed not to or FadeI Q years experience the factory guarantee in suits t all sizes from largestman iri city to select from L Fine Line New Style HatsICasesetc at lowest prices for highIclass goods Oldest and inRichmond we ttDstI Works 619 Shrink Danger In Delay DangUe= Negicctc t The great danger of kidney trouble is that they get a firm hold befor the sufferer recognizes them Health is gradually undermined BackachE headache nervousness lameless soreness lumbago urinary troubles dropsy diabetes and Urights diseasc follow in merciless succession Don neglect your kidneys Cure then remedyDosnls DWilsonolasville Ky says About two considerable okidneyannryanee i the kidney secretions My wife read notiringt troubloaprocuredme and I have had no return of kid DoansKidnevmeat For sale by all dealers Priw50 cents FosterMilburu Company forthei nameDonnsandtake Resumed Business Having been out of the painting and yearshaveof work and use this method to ask jraaranteeing MadlsOllcuntysuch as paper hanging painting var pleasiieIB matterhowselectThanking yourfuturer Respectfully W L Leeds 141Seemdit tI Aklattxr t s l TRACE MAME TO THE FRENCH Jonathan Carver Believed to Have Derived Word Oregon from Early Explprers We believe It most probable that the name of Oregon arose out of somd circumstance connected with western explorations under direction of the French Earlier than the English tho French had pressed on westward from the Great Lakes to the Red river to the Saskatchewan and to the foot of the Rocky mountains They were ran grog tho country of the upper Mis sissippi In search of furs and for trado with the natives they were run of curiosity and active In In julry about the great distant west ind the unknown western sea Of Us sea they possessed Spanish charts and probably used among the natives the word Aragon as a homo nym of Spain When Jonathan Car ver of Connecticut was on his ex pedition to the upper Mississippi country In 17G7G8 he made all poss sible inquiries he tells us about country toward the west the western river and the sea and the word Oregon and the name was written for the first time so far as we know or possibly can ever know in Car vers book published In London in 1778 It is a book of little Importance or value except for the fact that it gives to the world tho name of Oregon which Carver says he got from natives In the country of the upper Mississippi Recent writers have shown that much of Carvers book Is made up of unacknowledged extracts from French explorers before him particularly from Hennepin Labon tan and Charlevolx and as Carver hind no scholarship it is believed the book was compiled in London partly from Carver own story and partly from the records of French and Eng lab exploration It Is significant fur ther that In Carvers book tribes of Indians and various objects are often designated by French names or terms Portland Oregonian THE SAME TOUCH OF NATURE People of ToDay and Moslem Con queror of Old Show Themselves Alike In One Respect Freight car No 16C5C of the Penn sylvania railroad was held empty on a side track waiting until ors Rob in Redbreast completed the hatching out of a fine ncstful of eggs laid on a journal box while the car was In New York Touching but no novelty When mighty Awe and his Moslem hosts overthrew Egypt and made all ern Africa a stronghold of Allah an his prophet they camped on the east bank of tho Nile opposite the ancient capital Memphis until they licked the defenders of that tenmile- wide and twentymlleslong city When Amr had finished he though- of moving Into the fine town across the river for which the pale shades of the slaughtered Egyptians had no further use But In the interval a dove had built its nest in the peak of his great tent- Moslems are kindly to animals which are beyond the possibility of being converted to Islam by the sword Amr allowed that It would be a pity to disturb the dove ho do layed meanwhile a new city gradu ally grew up on the bare plain to the north of his tent In a word Cairo rose out of the desert for the amazement of after ages while the Mem phlan palaces of sundried bricks Went back into the soil To this day in South Cairo they will show you the original Fostat the place of the doveNew York World Heathen and Hate 1 came up in the car today said a woman who once lived In the west with an Indian fine strong Immobile calm as any Indian I ever saw on the plains but he wore a Derby hat on the face Seemed terrible to me to see that stiff Derby hat on that fine calm face Id have given anything to see him carrying a tomahawk and wearing feathers on top of his head and trailing down his back even If he went on the warpath suddenly and whooped I dont think there is any thing more distressing than an Indian In a Derby hat unless it is a China man In a silk hat wi tho glimpse of his pig tail wrapped jauntily around his head showing just a trifle beneath ft to set It olIChlcago Inter Ocean Teaching the Blind An Interesting entertainment ar ranged by Miss Wlnnifrcd Holt of New York secretary of the New As hippodromelifesavingLutterilygames In which blind children took part was arranged Miss Helen Keller was very enthusiastic about the entertainment which she said Illus trated so well what a difference In courage and strength a welldeveloped body makes when a child Is blind A Note tin Hygiene Richard CroSer was discussing at a banquet In Washington the American climate In the east he said it la not as good perhaps as the climate of Eu rope but It is good enough and healthy enough for any man provided he remembers one rule And what rule Is that Mr Croker asked a young statesman from Penn sylvania Stick to your flannels was the re theydFor Sale For wall paper see B Juott S Son They sell it and hang it at reasonable theyfFully Guaranteed It is satisfactory to know that any article purchased is fully guaranteed by tho company Such is the care with Spirella Corset which is sold by Mis pleasedsand comfortable as Mrs Deatherase is prepared to fit any size ft C R Klngor tho Jeweler 10GO Virginia Ave Indianapolis Ind writes I was so weak from kidney rouble that I could hardly walk n hundred feet Eour bottles of Foleys Kidney Remedy cleared my com plexion cured my backache and the irf epnlarUics disappeared and I can now attend to business every day and Remedytothe doctors and other remedies had failed Foloys Remedy will Lladderdisease andlfagnnMoney to Loan on Good Farm- Lands Tho Northwestern Mutual Life In surance Gov will loa s rnofly at a per farmlandsApply to Ji 0 GiMMHJUAttc tu 1tY T Dandruffoth Why Because it is annoying untidy And mostly because it almost invariably leads to baldness Cure it and save your hair Get more too at the same time All easily done with Ayers Hair Vigor new improved formula Stop this formation of dandruff Don not change the ceoyo the hair IArormq wh each bottle Bbovr It to 70UI- doctor Ask blm rat St then do aa he sayi The new AyersHair Vigor will certainly this work because first of all it de- troys the germs which are the original cause of dandruff Having given this aid nature completes the cure The scalp Is restored to a perfectly healthy condition Made by the 3 C dyer Co Lowell ffiuI a For Sale House and lot 85x27 located oil Irvine St Good b use anti cistern and all conveniences L 0 Schmidt Liver Trouble Remedy Freeh Any intelligent person can be his own doctor in the ordinary case of liver trouble for the symptoms cannot be mistaken If the white of the eye becomes yellowish if the skin be comes sallow if pimples and blotches appear if the bowels do not move if you have sick headache If you are bilious you may be sure that your liver is torpid or inactive The quickest and surest remedy yet found for the cure of liver trouble or any SyrupPepsinThis wonderful remedy Is not only a laxa tive but a tonic ar welt It will start the flow of gnstrlo juice thereby soon enabling tho liver to do Its work natur ally A bottle of this great liver remedy can be bought of any druggist for 60 cents or U and In many cases a single bottle has cured a chronic case For example John W Lee 619 S Penn sylvania ave Indianapolis Ind had ft stubborn and very longstandIng case or liver trouble with pimples blotches jaundice etc and It cured him Mrs D Fllnchum Jackson Ky says the same of it Thousands of families keep It In the house against just such an emer memberoftoamilyowtlllneed a some good laxative In order to have you or any other suf Drdexpense Dr Caldwell will send you a free test bottle If you will send your name and address The sample will show you how pleasant It is to take how gently It ofshave found a cure That is the object of totIf 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 Do iMonticello STOCKTON S HAG AN If 3 ou are going to sell out and want YOul TOO S to brinjj all they are worth get J We Shearer White Hall Ky to conduct your sale His charges are reasonable James Hun ey Will buy or sell your house farm town lots or any thing else in the Real Estate line Any business intrusted to him will be promptly and arefnlly attended toSeh- im if his servides are need ed eW Brit Resfau ran t Everything Firstclass and UptpDate 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 wa- yDrinksrSoft J served fresh and in best manner Call and see us- eCHRIS P ENRIGBT PROPRIETOR FIRST STREET SureCatarrh Cure Brings the Forests of Pine and Eucalyptus to Your Home Germs cannot live when Ilyoraei it used You just breathe in this sooth illS yet most powerful antiseptic air and relief is immediate It is exactly the same air as you would breathe in the forests of pine and eucalyptus of Australia where catarrh or consumption was never known to exist If you have catarrh agd are constant ly embarrassed because you must hawkspit and snuflle surely you will deserve51whenthis pleasant remedy to cure all thin distress mid humiliation or will return your money raHevessnutirinicluau in a week It is tile surest tin l most satisfactory catarrnh treatment known nod gives comfort and relief to consumptives A complete onlfiU including inhaler poets lint 100 and txra Ixiitlrp If afterward needed cost but rV A faw luiiintim hlnt elicit day m nil you Dled to quickly cnre the mss cliionic cast Hyomei IH fold hv lpailittr druetiisB MIONACures It rciiovcB Btonwch misery tour atelich bokhtaf i foul eue8 t Jl tosawk dto M or teWHur ick Law bene 8 90 Itt I UtttM BALd A HMIM I S GreatReduction= SAJAs ===X j decided to make a clean sweep i r of our stock of spring ands quner goods and beginning ednesdayJUNE 19th we will slash prices on everything e This is a rare chance to buy DRY LiOUDS DRESS GOODS NOTIONS s in fact everything to be found in a highclass establishment at cost and LESS THAN COST The reductions we will make in prices will startle the purchasing public and we cor dially invite you to call early and gt seme of the best bargains ever offered in this section of the State Remember we handle only the best grade of merchandise and have no old stock to work off An inspection will prove our statements J 1 lVVVJ1 V1I1 1 AJ J 5av WHITMAIN STRE- ETRICHlVIOND K Ky Carriage Works B M LACKEY Prop Carriages Runabouts Buggies Road Wagons Surreys Carts We handle the best brands on the market mId sell them oil an absolute guarantee of satisfaction Prices Always lowest For Sale- A No 1 carriage in good condition practically new for sale chrnp Also a two scat trap which may likcwis be bought at a oari ain May bocecu at Richmond Motor Pliiniltini Co- If A C Sca- ulanVllBolton General Blacksmith Carriage and Buggy Painting Special Attention t- oMepairlrig Buggies Wagons and Farm Machinery We Put On The Best Rubber Tires Made Our Facilities For rirn cl ASS Honnnodng Are Unsurpassed atKy Carriage Works Water Street WALL PAPER We have added to our busi ness a Hue of Wall Paper con thee Latest and Must Up ToDatc Patterns from Sets a bolt up We are practical in this line of work and will be pleased to have you call and get our prices Estimates furnishr d ro sort of inteiiordecorations B Juett Son Phone 449 145 First st It is always cheapest in the long run to get the best We do the very best ConcreteWork Give us your order and plcasedundthoroly RKti ti Stone Phone 432 FarlyMarch are now selling JIATS AT YOUR OWN PRICE Come early and get big bargains t j GirlGlduBraceletsIf xndtltiexamination is respectfully solicited S i li E IAxI 15 i 0 1 uAriusr Nidd4 1IIoih ff trf rr I The Madison County Fair Fair Grounds RICHMOND KY Wednesday Thursday Friday Aug 18 Aug 19 Aug 20 3 DAYS3j Liberal Premiums Fine Music FLORAL HALL STJCURTIS Y Ho C DOTY SURVEYOR Solicits the Patronage of the Goner a Public Prices Reasonable See him or write Union City Ky IrPAIN Dr Hobson Richmond f Ky We have just received car load of Rod Cedar Shingles and a car of Yellow Poplar Shingles Try MALTHOID to cover that tobacco barn MadeRough of all Kinds Doors Sash and Millwork ED BLANTON COMPANY Telephone 425t Near L Sc A Depot WE HANDLE THE GENUINEJ Brown and New Western CULTIVATORS THE GENUINE MALTA Double Shovel P1o1 Tobacco Hoes Etc McCormick Binders Mowers Rakes Etcs 4 TAYLOR s AND O l0H 111ii 1I