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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r u 1 ji iTHEIJ rlICflMOND CLIMAX VOLUME 36s RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JULY 7 1909 NUMBER 5 l II WALL PAPER r BROWERSCURTAIN YOUR WINDOWS DRAPE YOUR DOORS Round Up in the Drapery Department Intelligent merchandising requires at the round up of the season an inventory of thestra numbers the odd lots the slow movers particularly the latter and brands them wits a PRICE so even econpmy is tickled into a pur chaser In marking down the stock we have taken thought of neither profit or cost Everything is in your favor Prices speak for themselves Will you readf52 225 and 250 Curtains June5a pair SHand 350 Curtainsu tt 260H 450 CurtainsH r r 340 uyared 600 Curtains 450 6 and 750 CurtainsJ tt 550 8 9 00 and 1000 Curtains 725 Scotch Cream Madras and Nets 50 and 60e values at 35c yd Scotch Colored Madras 1 and 125values at 80c yd Competent Drapers Await your Orders j CiF BFOWer c Co Furniture Carpets Draperies Wall Papers and ArtGoods MAIN AND BROADWAY LEXINGTON KY c When in Needof Jrm Plastering or Concret- eMATERIAL Jld SEE I BURNSIOEROBINSON Office and Warehouse on L N R R PHONE 142 RICHMOND f We also handle all kinds of Feed r I 7F ffi s T y We Sell iym MaY Manton Patternsf Eachjffi one Right Way to get gqod work is o buy your paper from and up to date Vne and get an uplodate paper hanger Is Money All With tho sentiments of our neighbor ThePantagrapb we so thoroughly grre that we reproduce its master ly dissertation upon the recent Grand Jury report verbatim et literatim et punctnatim We find violations of the laws not so frequent the moral improvement of the tows and countv have been very great and judging from the size of the county and the large and varied population this change is decidedly commendable and creditable to its people We believe local option has to a very great extent aided in this impiovment we however find large quantities of whiskey shipped to this county and town of Richmond from the States of Ohio Indiana and Tennessee to tho city of Richmond for local consumption an average of one hundred cases per month andas there is no wayunder the State laws to avoid this we are fully convinced that Prohibition does not prohibit and from a practical standpoint seems un wise to permit adjoining States to reap the revenues while our share is only the evils from the sale of whis keySuch is the amazing reports of the last grand jury One hundred cases two hundred gallons a month Yet under the saloon system two thousand gallons were shipped to Richmond everymonthten times as much Then prohibtioa dons prohibit to the extant of over flinty jer centhLocal option has aided says the grand jury and truly In 1900 under the saloon system there were in this city 801 arrests for all causes In 1908 there were 200 arrests for all causes Only 25 per cent for crime had decreased 72 percent under local option although prohibition does not prohibit altogether In 1906 under I IIto make your baby strong and welL A fiftycent bottle of 4 will change a sickly baby to a plump romping child in summer as wen as in winter Only one cent a dy =think of itand its as nice as cream Get a small bottle now All Dro F THE y p RVD flu 42 W P BAXTER IT GIVES THE BEST RESULTS TRADI s wgio t- LIGHT SMITHSONIAN CORRECT a of the saloon system there were SOOiar rests for drunkenness while in 1908 there Were only 74 about oneeighth as many Take these facts and figures take the statement of that same grand jury that local option has aided to a great extent in the moral improve ment that is and creditable take what you can see for yourselves and would you turn back into the wickeder days for a little revenue t seems inconceiva ble ihet twelve good men and true honorable citizens stand lug for civic guardians of their own homes of all should deem it unwise to continue a policy that they not only acknowledge but assert has assisted to a great extent in the moral improve ment of the town and countv and declare for a system that would increase critrfe three hun dred per cent and cause ten times as much drunkenness with its attendant miseries shame and humiliation and all for a little revenue Why even from a money standpoint that system would destroy wealth ten times great er than the revenue it produces Five mom of the twelve it is unde TRUSSjHOLDS We make Specialty Fitting Trusses Perry and Thomas decidedlycommenllable progressive righteousness infercntialy stood voted against that report and surely yes surely the other seven would upon r flection declare for a system that assists so materially in the cause of rg itcousncss and that scorns to place a monetary value upon the happiness of the home the gloryof high citizenship the broken heart yes even the soul itself If you are sick Foleys Kidney Rem edy will help you even if you have no pronounced symptoms of kllney trouble It strengthens the kidneys they will eliminate impurities from the blood that upJets the system and depress the net ves causing exhaus tion and loss of vigor than Foleys Kidney Remedy will quickly over come and restore your health Com mence today ant you will feel bet ter at once Pleasant take Uold by Stockton lagan julm For Sale Large and mall wheat corn and tobacco farms level rich and free from stone Large residences and shamus good Railroad connections Cu offe r a bargain at J35 to GO an acre long time payments Blakely Bowling Green Ky 0n Imo Statement from Burley Society In a public statement the Burley Tobacco Society gives some of the fea tures of the 1909 crop pledge which will be out later in its entirety Complete uniform system and changes to apply to all counties and proposition for a mutual Insurance to be carried by the society are believed to be the most Important items of the pledgeThe society says It is claimed that the pledge for the 1909 crop now being perfected by the district board of the Burley Tobacco Society is the best and strongest business ever made to the growers in any of the tobacco organizationsIt that a tight won on this pledge will solve the tobacco growers problems for years to come because it places the growers of to bacco in a strong financial position that will cause the opponents of the farmers organization to sit upand take notice The now pledge contemplates a uniform system and uniform charge in all counties which provision it is said will eliminate all friction and secure the most economical management The pledge provides that the so ciety shall carry Its own insurance In that one Item 100 000 it la said will be saved to the growers It is estimated that from the time tobacco of the 1906 crop begun to be delivered to the purchaser all the tobacco in the 1900 and 1907 crops about f500 000 worth was paid out in insurance Toe average rate with the old in surance companies over the district was 260 per annum on the 100 The actual losses by fire have been less than 75000 This Wilt Interest You Everyone should be benefited by taking Foleys Orino Laxative for atomaeband liver trouble and habitu al constipation It sweeten s the stomach and breach gently stimu later the liver and regulates the bowels and is much superior to pills and ordinary laxatives Why not try Foleys Orino Lixativo today Sold by Stockton and Hagan julm THE only fault the city papers are lindingwith the rain is that it Interferes with tho base ball games Its causing other troubles to we Ueube out hero in the country but possibly ourn arc not so important The Wrong Way is to buy a for pi old stockand get anybody to hang it for you Phone FoR YOU AND YOUR WIFE 1 Acheerful pretty bedroom will help you toTstart in a cheerful pleasant mood Its a haven of rest for you to come back to at night t And all day long it is a pleasure to your wife To make n bedroom it is more important to have Sf tastefuICurniturethatharmonhesthan furniture that merely fe j costs a lot A brass bed or a pretty white iron bed if iS t you prefer bureau and chiffonier of light color birdseye f maple is especially pretty a low rocking cHair and one or- Jtwo straight back chairs to match a mirror five foot high f 4screwed on to a closet door a sofa upholstered n cretonne a kr box covered with the same and the cretonne zn i room Come in and talk it over l Dont forget to get a STEARNS FOSTER mattressiThat is what makes your bedroom a haven of rest No other mattress is so comfortable j 1 Made in four grades of superiority 1050 to 2250 y I return your money without question or comment At r OLDIIAM S I Day Phone 76 WSO ROL MGB a SpecialtyNight J36 229 4U p i lli V ill 71 71 ffi F 7I 71 7F 71 71 ffi i l i 7I 7I7F 71 7FF 71 IF7I7F7F m N STORE Days Reduced Prices WftitL PAPER Scurtains AiItatfdLACKEY Undertaking 30 717I 71 FI tft tWe SeIItn May Ma ton Patterns t t IOc Each i1r1t Joio i 3 Owing to our having been so hindered during the early spring season by the repairing on our store front we find ourselves with entirely 11 a toonyspring goods to carry over Therefore for the next thirty days we will offer our customers lj fare f c o I E i 0 i Extraordinary T t 0 iJ iw1 1 t- J i w f aIlles fij H 1 0 1tf in orderto 5ffcreduce our surplus stock We are one house which aIwa rhos done are now doing and will c nfinue to do business on the fixedtel 4 t principle of telling greatestthe 1 p IL HI desire to have our friends buy from us without any fear misrepresentation on our part and to command greater volume of business by T it 81 advertisingtor otherwise We now tell you that you can buyanyth ngin1= and ask ands if this is true before passing judgment We will not name j ct 1ergoods in pur store at reduced prices we you to come I tman prices but we have stocks of goods to sell and it will be very profitable to you to make usa vito2wearGoo sW allISmens light weight tl1 sIalfcaboutlcheapyve 0 will sue r Y prise you bY offering suits from JLQ up jJ cc r f t VERY RESPECTFULLY YOURS or w iliatijiltori v BrOs L i 1i Y i1CORMAINlsT i R I C HM u IMF fJi ct 7r J Iftii EiII 1y + H c 0 c I r J V r s i I Tpffi r I ZS i Keep Cool r aQ OfJf9rt t Lv By Wearing f ViunsingJ 1 Union I i Suits j jThe very nicest undwear you can buy also I l1 1 1 thlmostecononiicaL They are perfect fit f i ting fine quality light weight nonirit tingj tJ andnonchaffing j Once you wear the Munsing Underwear you will always wearjt r PRICES RANGE FROM i r SOcto lSO I L OWEN r IVIcKee 1 The Richmond Climax HEEl iT lITHEIncorporated A D MILLER Ptest and Mangr LOUIS LANDRAM Editor Ueiiber ol PRESS ud LEAGUElu EUICE flOO PER YEAR IN ADVANCE WEDNESDAY JULY 7 fnnnl m Childhood Is the period of lifes great cst enjoyment and he who would dcfotract a jot from the pleasure of itEfit for treason and spoils The sending of her little boy or girl to school at the age of six or seven years is tragedy to a mother Then forT the iirst time in the careerof the oaild he is made to realize that hes has lifes duties to perform A mere babe he goes forth to learn the first lesson concerning the great world about him But still while in school the re sponsibility for his maintenance Isa generally unknown to the child whose lot is happily cast But we must remember and commiserate the cases of the others unfortunalely so many whose lives are shorn of the opppr tnnityfor more than a rudimentary education and who are forced in theii infant years to go forth and battle fur the bread theycat We talk of the tragedy of old age or poverty but there is a greater the tragedy of youth that is filled with labor for existence It is unex pressible to think for a moment of the lives of little ones wasted that some great institution or some Immense en terprise may go forward and reap financial reward at the expense of suffering children Childrens lives and happiness an something A child should be as free as the young colt in pasture to play without interruption upon his chosen folds and never until he attains thi age when manhood approaches should he be compelled to begib thi grind that must be his if he is of thi average until death releases him Not understand that toll in It self is a deplorable thing Without it man would be in the monkey stage of existence Toil is pleasure to the mature person who likes his work but toll should have no place in the early child lite That should tfilled with song laughter play ant the joy of living Then when maturi years come on work should be onct play and the pleasure that the grow ing child found in idle rompinp should become the pleasure that oni takes in his chosen vocation Bui let us keep the children happy nn worried and carefree as long as wt majv They are only children for a r short time too short a time We thelit0 a crushing force of greed and then wt should enforce those laws to the end that in our own final years it may not I be saul of us Yes he made money but at the cost of crushed childlife f The crime season has arrived Foi simo reason that nobody seems en tirely certain of the advent ol sum mer generally means an increase in t 1crime One theory is that warn thefmate and more or loss abstrnct al 4though paradoxically it is very real t1 AVe cant fight hot weather we cant i even wound hot weather The natural ir thing when out t sorts with the vather is to tak6 revenge upon something that we can injure and cotllc revenge ppon the In creasein crime This explanation is offered as a tory for a condition J Ithatbas catlkd widespread discus pleaaocupyV1JW IiMt Itrft HfI il pV1- The literary world will miss keenly Sarah Orne Jewctt who died last week at her home in South Bruns wick Maine Her delightful stories ave added much to contemporary terature Suffering had made hex sympathetic and into the tales she told she wove with fidelity the human interest that only comes from long experience WUAT rights have the pedestrian nowadays plaintively asks the editor of an exchange tired of dodg g automobiles and motorcycles He should pot worry about that There are only a few pedestrians left IT was a jolly bunch of fellows at Estili Springs last week The boys had the happy faculty of leaving business cores at home and were out r a good time Did they have ILl cho answersRMrs Howard Gould has started an Ananias club of her own In her proceedings for divorce she establish ed eligible members possessing more kill than those in Roosevelts famous organization Why oh why will not the man who takes his employers money little by little meaning to pay it back realize t the beginning as wellai at the end that pay day is sure to como but not as he plans A fellow in Louisville was given a heavy sentence for stealing a suit of underwear Serves him right An ool caught with underwear just now should be placed astride a rock pile Its dangerous to be an unknown Chinaman since the horrible New York murder and the hunt for Leon Ling is on Fortunately few of us ire that kind of Chinamenh The travel to Europofis said to be unifsually heavy this season Still ihe stock of financially embarrassed dukes is likely to bo sufficient to meet all demands THE conversion of Chinamen to hristianity should be left altogether to male missionaries and the latter hould make free use of shotguns and ilubs Nothing more being heard of the ariff jokers it is assumed that the whole deck consists of them as a matter of course WE hear a great deal about the garrulity of money but listen as we may never a whisper comes to con licm tie rumorV As we read tho lists of casualties that conundrum Why lathe Fourth of July takes on an added slgnifi canceV Baloons and air ships are not the Inly things that are sdaring these lays Theres bread According to expectations the free lumber contention went by the board Cheer up Ill be still warmer l Personals rtMrs Mamie Stockton of Chicago Is visiting relatives here Mrs Tom Williams of Irvine spent Monday with Mrs TaggartV Mr Mary Baumstalk of Mt Sterl ing Is visiting Mrs EH By bee t Mrs Giles Htrris has returned from a visit to friends IB Richmond Va Miss Annie P well of Lancaster is visiting her aunt Mrs W T Short London 1choT D Jonec of Richmond was in Londnn this week Dr Ktmrittt Million and Wife have returned from a visit to Estili Springs Miss Mary Ulakemore or Shelby villa is attending the Normal School Miss Emma Thofnasi of New Liber ty has been yisltlkit Mis CUT Ittw Mrs Huatqg Wt toft Msd1 M4 vijI RMtW W ita iWt i Mr and Mrs F B Marksbury of Lancaster were visitors in town Sun dayMr Bcdio Ballard and wife of Cor bin are visiting Mr Sam Ballard and family IMiss Georgia Christum is in Danville visiting her cousin Miss Loran C hrlsmanVMisses Gaugh and Goodman of Shclbyville have been guests of Mrs J W Zaring Miss Minnie Baumstalk returned to Mt Sterling after a visit to relatives in the city Miss Hallie Cornelison has beer visiting horsister Mrs Even Robert at Beattyville Miss Marianne Collins has returned from a visit to her sister Mrs Burke in Covington Mrs W W Williamson of Cedai apids Mich is visiting her father Mr James LackeyV Rev Ashford Reeves left yesterda for his home in Paris Tenn after t visit to his parents Mrs I L Isaacs and son Earl have returned from a visit to Mrs J H Jackson at Berea Mr and Mrs Huston Stone and son H oarryat French Lick Springs As the Climax goes to press thi condition of Mrs Francis Ann Walkei is somewhat Improved Mr Robert R Burnam Jr who 11betterMrs W S Hill who has been visit- Ing Miss Mollie Fife has returned ti her home in Bowling Gicen Miss Kate Simpson and Mr Day Walker of Lancaster have been guests of Miss Mabel Mason Misses Margaret and Joanne Mount ave returned to Lancaster after t visit to Mr and Mrs Landram Mr Clyde Hart who has bee a wendIng some time at home has re turned to his work in Middlesboro Alien Zaring and Murray Smith attended the meeting of the newspapei pevplo at Estill Springs last week Mrs Kiiper Hood who has beer visitiflg here Is now in Now York visiting her mother Mrs Hubbard Prof Walter Hopper of Mt Sterl ing who was here a few hays hat sjone to Stanford to spend his vaca tion Attorney A Fe Byrdof Jackson hIITharpas counsel Mrs T S Todd and Miss Bessie White entertained at dinner Thursday Misses rAbble Morgai anti Almi Lake Prof P H Pitman and Rev C A TagueVWinchester Democrat Mtsa Francs Pendlbton visited in Richmond tbt past wcekMrs Anna Simon it spending today with Mrs J R John son at Richmond daughterDorothy daughter Elizabeth leaves today ft r Camp Eagle Point New Hampshire to spend the summer Judge and Mrs H CRice have re turned from a visit to their son at Storm Luke Iowa The Judge is well pleased with the country but like all tCentnckians says theres no place like home daughterI3olIy ter Elizabeth Miss Corine Parrent Louis Landram and wire have re turned from Estili where they attended the Press Association Mrs B E Hudson of Lancaster who was injured by the horse over turnings baggy last week has about rec veredShe was visiting her brotherJ K Walker in this city at tQherarmMr John Barry editor of the New Raven Echo wMJBktwa Friday and paid Tli 01l axajiwBt Mil Mr BKry wte 1HIf taN J meeting l f rtl1rnfrolb4ly rIp wsver I ad- ve If lUll NI M WWtiV- cf n Mr Alex Gibbs of CJarrnnl was In thtownor has about fully recovered from his rccont UlnclhJlb was out for ti foxh chase last week said Mr and after getting few hours sleep on a fonco rail bed said it did himit more good than all the doctoraen The following bevy of pretty girls have been entertained at a house Ien Miss EIlzbothTorlcY toMissescry Dorothy Duncan Virginia Dun can Lillian Boggs of Nloholasvllle and Miss Francis Pendloton of Win cheater The party is now being en tertained by Miss Margaret Coving ton Lancaster Rocorii MrsW OlUg noy andT B Walker this city and Mr Hake Walker of Nlcuolasvllle were called to Richmond Friday bys the illness of Mrs Ann Walker Dan Walker of Richmond is visiting hiscousln Goo Barkley Vnlkor Mr and Mrs Jonas Rucker of Richmond have been with the Misses ShngSra for a visit llrs Elmer Tate was hostess at n reception Saturday morning in honor of her guest Miss Amanda Alexan der cf Lexington The interior ofa tho house was sweet and fresh with nasturtium blossoms arranged in bowls on mantels antI tables Refreshing frappo and wafers wen served and during the morning a number of musical selections were enjoyed those taking part being Misses Harriott Parrish Julia WJiite Mary D Pickcls Edna Giunchigllani all conservatory pupils Miss Parrent of Georgia gave one of her chdici readings anti Mrs Tate whose sweet voice is always heard with dejight sang several numbers The affair was delightfully informal and was a pleasant reunion ot college girls nail class matesfHow They Stand Clubs Won Lost Pet RlcluIlOlllluua IS WinchestcrIi 21 tS5 ParlluuuuuZ1Frnllkfortur 23 Lexingtonu 2J 31 Shell1nlIIcu 17 41 to Win Second Richmond captured the second same from Winchester lost Tuesday by tin nioreof 7 to 3 It was a close contest tntil the ninth inning the score stand- Ing 3 and 3 up to that time but ii this round our boys opened upon Bur len who was in the box for Winchee er and it simply rained hits for a fen minutes Thoss started the bombard Jient with a tbreebapger and Tilford siftloney Whittaker and Dawson followed it up sending four runs acrosi the plate and clinching the game ThE feature of the game was the batting ol Ualoney who got four hits out of five imes ntjbat Wills pitched for Rich nond and kept the ten hits of Winches er well scattered A shower just he onetime for the game to start math fast fielding impojeiblo tIC score 123 4 5 C 7 8 9fl- Richinond0 0010102 47Winchester 1 0000020 03 Take Two Out Of Three The Pioneers after dropintr tbt irst game to Winchester turned thi tables JH the Hustlers and took the next two with ease makingit two out of three for the series Tlie game of last Tuesday was a very interesting oe first one side being in the lend ind then the other the score being f tie in the eighth inning Ju the ninth however our slugger jumped on Burden who wfts pitching for Win Theater for enough hits to score fou Williand be performed in lila usual god fashion Knocked Toney Out The great 7 Toney got his Wedoes lay whetx lie tried to pitch Jiis team tt victory over the coming Champions In the thirdround our buys got buej with their trusty bats and the way It ained hits was awful Hit after hi vas made and by the time it was OVPI five runs had been scored and Tone- und been blanketed and led to th eticli Brock succeeded him and ield the frisky Pioneers to oje run Creagpr was on the firing line for tichmond and as usual pitched JtooI enongb ball to wjn Tligame fron Holding standpoint was featureless because of heavy field Richmond 2 Lexington 1 The above core tells the ttory ot 1 i close and exciting game play b ThursdayrtKnox aDd Doyle it was A cleancot ictory both of the locals f cores beinp earned runs It was in the third in ting that our boys struck the biow hat won the game Tilloid the firs nan upt readied first on an error Grobe followed with a bit Tilford tak- Ing second Maloney sacrificed boll runners a peJ Welch liitto Johnsoi plnlerltenbat After letting Welch Etra iocoiil he smashed a beauty over second base Grobe and Welch coiuiiij tome Dawson made an easy out reo iring the side Matters Avcnton thus until the ninth when this Colts made a ally and it looked for n while a though they would tie the score if cot Win the game After two men hail truck out Kaiser hit to deep center for three bases Johnson followed wit sIiitKaiser scoring Downing hit screamer between first and second hich looked gooda hit but Welch went after it like a flash and b i beautiful play retired the runner at first nipping in the bud the rally Cnor pitched magnificent ball allow inK only fvj hits and striking out eleven meltV This Was a Thriller The eecond gaine berween the Colts eXCItingaeen ofih0tanspitching good fielding batf fielding and good batting Both sitteip wielded bqttlip11noersstated in to pitch for the locals and byool some bad holes He lasted until tin fifth IBRIHX ad Knox was called to the reeca but lie cuuldht do the feu cUIng Mt hviBl pitched the dgy be 11hhiiIIII btIa g- c u UntO and Creager was called on to do o hero act and win the game He did his part relfan stopped the on tight McCormick was pitching for o Colts and ho went along very nice ly until the seventh Upto that time- rou boys hint scored only one run and looked like the load of Glol was otigh to win the game but tile to- tsca got two runs in the seventh andiin the eighth such a cracking of was never heard McCormick was sent the bench and Stultz sent in but it was Mt the same anti before the side could bo retiredSevan runs had been scored The game endod with the score 10 to 0 Take Third Also The Pioneers made three straights coin Lexingtonwllen they won again Saturday br tho score of a to 1 This was another good game nil of the orO8 being earned bv good and time ly hitting Comstock was sent in i gain to try arid get even for hip wildness the day before He was on hit good behavior and but for a Ircky htfme run by naIl wduld hare gotten away with a shutout StuDs pitched for the Colts and altho he was hit rather freely no runs were scorsd except in the fifth when a single Ly Baird a thjreebagger by Whittaker single by Dawson and a threebag ger by Wombel scored three runs Lose to Frankfort ThePioneers were at Frankfort Sun day for a game and the Lawmaketr were the victors by the scoo ot 3 to 2 It was a hard game to lose especially as IL was lost by had Umpiring by one of our own men Wills pitched fQt Richmond and with a man on second ind third he cut loose with a wild pitch which hit Bohannon on tilt tleeve but Creacer who was calling balls and strikes failed toxsee that it hit the batter and called it a bail tilt two runners coming home This r lost the game for Richmond or Wills lucid the Lawmakers to four nltP Hasty Wright was the lucky pitcher for Frankfoi WinFroinHustlers The Richmond tam defeated the Winchester Hustlers Monday trornlnp in a close and exciting game by the score of 0 to 5o The game started oil as though it would be easy for our boyt for they were hitring the ball hard and ten They made four scores in the- istl four innings while Winchester vas getting only one In tile fifth however the Hustlers got next ti Creager for four hits and three cores They added one more in the sixth Creager being relieved by Couistock after the first two men up hall hit safe y one for a twobagger This put tlu Hustlers one to the good and it re mained that way until the eightl jvhen an error stolen by Tilford and lit br Maloney tied the score In thr ninth with things at fever heat out oys put the winning run over After Baird had made an out Whit aker and Dawson were safe on errors Vombel came to bat and got his third lit of the game sending a terrific drivt just insiiJeof base anti Whittakei Mine hpnifi with the winning run tonistock held the Hustlers safe aftei relieving Creagerallowing only one hit in the Jour innings he pitched Baird md Wombel starred at the bat while H ford and Thoss starred in flcliiux VDEA1IIS MITCHELL Died inthis city on tin ifternoon of June 25 Mrs U E itchetl in her eighty fourth year Mrs Mitchell was Miss R scana Klizn SethGoggina descendant of the bIdSj ijoggin family who were among Irst settlers of Kentucky Shwa helast surviving member who cane lere from France in the PiDUeer day ocated in Kentucky where alt the use ul years of the noble sacrificing lifo o Mrs Mitchell was spent She wasr woman of noble attainments loved bv illwho knew lien Her Jre was pure upright and most unselfish One ol ier most admirable Traits and chIef Characteristics was her chatty to all lUke the undeserving meeting a ter hands the same open bounty as thf east deserving Her death was a slid akin away she was a loving tru levoted mother and was rendered loubly appalling as the dark ehadoV rUe tomb had only one montlIngo tr he day spread its soraberwings ovet he household in the taking away 01 nr first born son John 0 Mitchel jliijis survive by five children to- nOUTfl a mothers lose J Bsuud Joe E Mitchell Mitchell Mrs A D Underwool and Mrs Nannie Mar ynJtnd two Grandsons Joe Jeff and Chaflinch MartynV She had been an invalid six years md had been a great sufferer ihro it nil bore it patiently with a Christian ortituile knnwn only to these leaning in Christ and His Precious Promises rlej last days were of peace and she pressed herself freely to her pastoi f her willingness to go anti her sub nisslon to Ihe eter All that loving eartsand te dirhaads could do were netcd out 10 her Her remains were laid to rest Saturday afternoon June 6 in Richmond Cemetery and we left ier sleeping beneath a mound of ira rant flowers Peace to her soul anti Rest to her ashes V Very Best Granulated 1Sugar 17 pounds forIOO Jas B Park First Stt i Grand Sunday School Con vention Grand Rally of telL tUo Stiridaj SchooU in Malison county fur thr beuefit of all the churches at Rich tnjnd AuJtiJst 7 and 8 1909hThe convention will Satur day at tile First Presbyterian church at 10 a in Music will be furnished by Prof Gamble of Berea CqllegS aSf lie Berea Male quartette assisted it of our local talent The musici jrogram will be one of tbd best ever tcld ill RichmondVAll the b iSinoss houses who are in flresteil In Sunday School work in Richmond are n quested to close Salgrdavfromday School workers of the State will be herr Sunday morning will be the greatest Sunday School Rally ever had trytOVSeO4Who guat8thmbgtwecan all get to Sunday school on that day There will be a visitor at each church in the city to see just how ieprt8uniSunday School Jubileo meeting at the i First Presbyterian church Letyeryone In the county help to f make this the greatest County meeting j in the eta e this yelrlhlI the great t uuiuii ifork of all ttio Sunday eclioujfl j JD allllio churches Come one nd11I whoii to tIT e meeting ennrJy i pH i rnfty 2VVt M g i t =1 J T 1H HOT WEATHER BARGAINS often is a merchant in a position to offer REAL BARGAINS at the very beginning of the season but conditions such asexist today are advantageous to the far sighted uptodate merchnt Owing to the i present state vri affairs tI nufacturers and commission houses are nffnrtnfr great inducements in the man quantity The worU quantity has never scared us hence ve invite you and your friends to share in a WItalks bargain feast r 5VThe People Appreciate mod Values VIVThey announcements gives TIDINGS OF VALUES and 750 Mens the 15 H straingers In town should the fact that we most exclusive tic headwear to be in the city isa quality it that is that be in many of millinery shOps In to the of is of I Submitred the H JI Street t 0 I BASE BALLRICHMOND vs 7 LEXINGTON Thursday 8 RICHMOND Park 330 p THE CLIMAX ForSaleV1 a Four cheap Otis 10 House all modern 8 room House good condition Cottage 4 rooms jcod repair and rented SIO per month price 1100 Farmsof all andvPrice V i Xv We are hnv IIA calls everyday for farms II you wish to fell lUt it with us flt Juice Just the tlmr of sear to into the Coal Feed aril a well plant with established business worth the money JaIl at Estate Fire AgenlstVOlfico over Perrv Drug Store i Thought They WouB Die Mrs John F Va eMn KysaYli About a mouth ago quite a number of mychickens wern sick and I thought they woild all die I gave Loultry Cure and never lost a chicken Sold by Prry Thomas LawNot GoodV At IIopkitiBville Circuit JiutKo deer the Maw in gard o ID sale of pooled tobacco to bii uri cons itutiunat This is the ol tlc taw allhoUK ituliciinenta liars beua return d in a nnmoer of places Keeps Them Safe JV Frank Ky S3Tu1 never have lOss fhan four hogbathogChorasafe from disease Sold by Perry flits v t Woman i Iw vawwhflsfor most oxqafete uiiet articles that can prOtitreaRd i hi nost fastidious taste can be mte4 roin our rich and i t ni cass comix brathHS mirrers kfi illlVOo1I1 u in ntRlasafhottlc in wind silver for the toilt tahhs 0rl i ul ftw to wutXMipi WflIt C ij L to our and the store that them the best GLAD GOOD Mens serviceable In aaFslniDrea chev- iots all patterns Tailored Suis made of fine allwool worsteds in newest and smartest novelties I One One for Thomas Mens Allwool Suits In select range of new spring patterns 10 Mens quality Suits that represents est prod 20 halsanew colors IL5O23V Millinery Excellence Visitors not overlook the artis found There about rare cannot found the addition charm style there the charm price C = PARIS Today m conveniences water yours equipped them Cook handiatno stock Suits high nClitm and and and We want every mother to fee I The Nazareth Waist J Union Suit I Its n thatI comfortable undcr nrni e n t Iiofpurpose jerviccable front of I ifIctthatsin the wd r and guar fi nnteed perfect For boys anti I save money at this price I 45cIJ1 150 iijwithAll elaborately in lace and em broideiy Sale price f9j II LACESLot I torchon edge and Sale price 3c IIMattlngsI Respectfully to Cash TradeV fl1LVEjEIdep I f Main Richmond Kentucky = = = = == = Q = July July League 100 Cottage room gasgoodgariIenV Discriptions po Business Can you once Freeman GriderR- eal Riithniond Iourbun ired Urecelins flrstlest Wyatt Fredonia rhj AnUptodate the cry nanicure sctt jBonntM Jewelry the I respond patronize new thehieh possible carry IshirtIInellIIderncnrItiUg Cirls2to1 years And oui MUSLIN GOWKS trimmed imitation insertion peryard c = and site DONTCOOKTHIS HOT VWEATHERV5VVVVVVlV V4VV iJa VV lyeliave everything for lunch ht suchas Canned Chicken finn for jj V i v siilads Equal to four chickens i eg f Alilkinaa of Deviled and Potted 1 t it 1 Meats Salad Di esslng si etc r V5V I T1 OVItOCaPhone fl 232 West Main street w D Oldham CQt li l f K J- jliA i1 lf c 5 W ft4 t t 1 Dry Goods f X t Notions j I ShoescIClothing t eVV J r i i fh lJ a VVV x 01 eV- 5 t L t 7ilj i 1V r BuSyBeeCaabStofl Ji 1t L a ouoC yoUJ p Lj 0 1f I I 1 iI i Keep Cool al1ci C6f11foit By Wearingj Nlurisirig 4LJnion r 1I11 iOitS alsoIi fth most economical They are perfect fitr fxtrt1ngif rie quality light weight nonirit ting i and nonchaffing Once you wear thed Munsihg Underwear you will always wearjt V PRICES RANGE FROM 5Octo 15O ii I OWEN I IVIcKeelHH The Richmond Climax HURT WEMBD1Y IT THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO Incorporated A D MILLER Ptest and Mangr LOUIS LANDRAM Editor ol PRESS VICE 100 PER YEAR INADVACE- WEDNESDAY JULY 7 1909 muChildhood Is the period of lifes greatest enjoyment and he who would detract a jot from the pleasure of it If fit for treason and spoils The sending of her little boy or girl to school at the age of six or seven years Is tragedy to a mother Then forr the first time in the careerof the Quid he is made to realize that he has lifes duties to perform A mere babe he goes forth to learn the first lesson concerning the great world about him But still while in school the re sponsibility for his maintenance is generally unknown to the child whose lot Is happily cast But we must reo member and commiserate the eases of the others unfortunately many nbose lives are shorn of the opppr tnnityfor more than a rudimentary education and who are forced in theii infant years to go forth and battle fur the bread theyeat We talk of the tragedy ot old age or poverty but there is a greater the tragedy of youth that is filled with labor for existence It is unex pressible to think for moment of the lives of little ones wasted that seme great institution or some Immense en terprise may go forward and f reap financial reward at the expense of sutTeringchildrcn Childrens livesami happiness an something A child should be as free Vs the young colt in pasture to pla without interruption upon his chosen fields and never until he attains th age when manhoodapproaches should he be compelled to begib thi grind that must be his if he is of thi average until death releases him Not understand that toil in it self is1 deplorable thing Without it man would bo in the inontay stage of existence Toil is pleasure to the mature person who likes his work but toil should have no place in the early child lite That should Ix filled with song laughter play ant the joy of living Then when matnn years come on work should be one1 play and the pleasure that the grow ing child found in idle rompIngc should become the pleasure t tnkesin his chosen vocation Bui let us keep the children happy un wiC short timetoo short a time We C should have stringent laws for the protection of childhood against tht crushing force of greed and then W- should enforce those laws to the end that in our own final years It may not be said of us Yes hImado money but at the cost of crushed childlife i Thecrime season has arrived FOJ t s imo reason that nobody seems en t tirely certain of the advent of sum c inJcweather heats the blood and fires the ft brain Hot weather itself is inani mate and more or less abstract al though paradoxically it is very real I We cant fight hot weather we cant even wound hot weather The natural thing when out of sorts with the J l1ponbflas are more human beings con venient than anything else we take IndcreaseMh crime This explanation is offered as a theory for a condition t that has catised widespread discus 0 1 sion MeUtcal journals pieasooPpy Mi 4tt1re Hle 4 1u1raiI z The literary world will miss keen ly Sarah Orne Jewctt who died last week at her home in South Bruns wick Maine Her delightful stories have added much to contemporary literature Suffering had made her sympathetic and into the tales she told she wove with fidelity the human interest that only comes from long experience WHAT rights have the pedestrian nowadays plaintively asks the editor of an exchange tired of dodg ing automobiles and motorcycles He should pot worry about that There arc only a few pedestrians left IT was a jolly bunch of fellows at Estih Springs last week The boys had the happy faculty of leaving business cores at home and were out for a good time Did they have it Echo answers Mrs Howard Gould has started an Ananias club of her own In her proceedings for divorce site established eligible members possessing more skill than those in Roosevelt famous organization i Why oh why will not the man who takes his employers money little by little meaning to pay it back realize at the beginning as wella at the end that pay day is sure to come but not as he plans A fellow in Louisville was given a h eavy sentence for stealing a suit of underwear Serves him right Anj fool caught with underwear just now should be placed astride a rock pile Its dangerous to be an unknown Chinaman since the horrible New York murder and the hunt for Leon Ling is on Fortunately few of us ire that kind of Chinamenh Tho travel to EuropeIs said to be unusually heavy this season Still he stock of nanciaHyembarrassed dukes is likely to pe sufficient to meet all demands THE conversion of Chinamen to hristianity should be left altogether to male missionaries and the latter hould make Iree use of shotguns and lubs Nothing more being Heard of the aril jokers it is assumed that the whole deck consists of themas a matter of course WE hear a great deal about the garrulity of money but listen as we may never a whisper comes to con firm the rumor As we read the lists of casualties that conundrum Why is the Fourth f July takes on an added slgnifi ance Baloons and air ships are not the nly things that are staring these Jays Theres bread According to expectations the free lumber contention went by the board Cheer up itll be still warmer oc Personals + r + Mra Mamie Stockton of Chicago is visitingrel1tivcshere Mrs Tom Williams of Irvine spent Monday with Mrs Taggart Mr Mary Baumstalk ofMt Sterl ing is visiting Mrs EH By bee Mrs Giles Htrris has returned from a visit to friends ia Richmond Va Miss Annie Powell of Lancaster Is visiting her aunt Mrs W T Skort London jcltoW D Jonec of Richmond was in London this week Dr Emraltt Milliba and wife have returned from a visit to Estill Springs Shelby11loMiss Emma Thofaiasj of New Liber ty has been risitlklt Miss Cary fcfc Mrs Huotou Mi hell H itiNMI t4 JltJ Clii tM u Mr and MraF B Marksbury of Lancaster were visitors in town Sun dayMr Bcdie Ballard and wife of Cor bin are visiting Mr Sam Ballard and family Miss Georgia Chrisman is in Dan villa visiting her cousin Miss Lorena Chrisman Misses Gaugh and Goodman of Shelbyville have been guests of Mr J W Zaring Miss Minnie Baumstalk returned to Mt Sterling after a visit to relatives in the city Miss Hallie Cornelison has beer visiting horsistcr Mrs Even Roberts at BeattyvilleMiss Collins has returned from a visit to her sister Mrs Burke in Covington Mrs W W Williamson of Cedai Rapids Mich is visiting her father Mr James Lackey Rev Ashford Reeves left yesterday for his home in Paris Tenn after t visit to his parents Mrs 1 L Isaacs and son Earl have returned from a visit to Mrs J H Jackson at Berea Mr and Mrs Huston Stone and son Harryand Miss Myrtle Ballard art at French Lick Springs As the Climax goes to press thi ondition of Mrs Francis Ann Walkci is somewhat Improved Mr Robert R Burnam Jr whc has been Ill of typhoid fever is nc better as we go to press Mrs W S Hill who has been visit- Ing Miss Mollie Fife has returned tc her homo in Bowling Gieen Miss Kate Simpson and Mr Dan Walker of Lancaster have been guests of Miss Mabel Mason Misses Margaret and Joanne Mount ave returned to Lancaster after t visit to Mr and Mrs Landram Mr Clyde Hart who has been lpendingsome time at home has reo turned to his work in Middlesboro Allen Zaring and Murray Smith at tended the meeting of the newspapci people at Estill Springs last week Mrs Kuper Hood who has been visiting here Is now in Now York visiting her mother Mrs Hubbard Prof Walter Hopper of Mt Sterl ing who was here a few days ha one to Stanford to spend his vaca tion Attorney A F Byrdof Jackson was here Wednesday on business ht having been retained by William- harpas counsel Mrs T S Todd and Miss Bessie White entertained at dinner Thursday Misses Libbio Morgai and Aim Lake Prof P H Pitman and Rev C A Tagoe Winchester Democrat Miss Francis Pendleton visited in Richmond tbt past wcckMrs Anna Simon it spending today with Mrs J R John son at Richmond daughterDorothy daughter Elizabeth leaves today fc r1 Camp Eagle Point New Hampshire to spend the summer Judge and Mrs H CRco have re turned from a visit to their son at Storm Luke Iowa The Judge is well pleased with the country but like all KentuckIans says theres no place like home daughteri5olIyter Elizabeth Miss Corine Parrent Louis Landram and wife have re turned from Estill where they attend ed the Press Association Mrs B E Hudson of Lancaster who was injured by the horse over turning a buggy last week has about recovered She was visiting her brothcr J B Walker in this city at the time and received an injury tp her arm Mr John Barryeditnrof the New FridayandpAid isetlngtlhekf from EttUl SfrlMf lie Is H ex ippera I R Ii Wflu i0 1 d c i Mr AfexGibbs ofGarrard was in town Monday and tolls us E H Walker has about fully recovered from his for a fox c thhaseand after getting l few hours sleep ann fence rail bed said it did himit more good than all the doctorseThe following bevy of pretty girls have been entertained at a house iven Miss Elizabeth Tnrley toMissescry Dorothy Duncan Virginia Dun can Lillian Boggs of Nicholasvllle and Mias Francis Pendleton of SVIns Chester The party is now being en tertained by Miss Margaret Coving ton Lancaster Record MrssW O Rig ney andT B Walker thls city adSMn Bako Walker of Nicholasville were called to Richmond Friday bys tho illness of Mrs Ann Walker Dan Walker of Richmond is visiting hiscousin Geo Barkley WalkeV Mr and Mrs Jonas Rucker of Richmond have been with the Misses ShugSrs for a visit Tilrs Elmer Tate was hostess at a reception Saturday morning in honors of her guest Miss Amanda Alexan der of Lexington The interior of the house was sweet and fresh with nasturtium blossoms arranged in bowls on mantels and tables Refreshing frappo and wafers were served and during the morning a number of musical selections were enjoyed those taking part being Misse Harriett Parrish Julia WJiite Mary D Pickels Edna Giuochigliani all conservatory pupils Miss Parrent of Georgia ave one of her choice readings and Airs Tate whose sweet voice is always heard with delight sang several numbers The affair was delightfully informal and was a pleasant reunion ot college girls and class mates How They Stand Clubs Won Lost Pet Richnumdua JS Ol Winchester 35 21 15 Paris 23 Zi Frankfort 2 2S Lexington 21 3t 43 Shclbyvillei 17 n IQ Win Second Richmond captured the second game from Winchester last Tuesday by tin woroof7to3 It was a close contest anti tho ninth inning the score stand ing 3 and 3 up to that time but ii thia round 0111 boys opened upon Bur len who was in the box for Winches er and it simply rained hits for n fevi minutes Those started the bombard jient with a tbreebapger and Tilford ualoney Whittaker and Dawson fol lowed it up sending four runs across the plate and clinching the game The feature of the game was the batting ol Malouey who got four bits out of five imes atjbat Wills pitched for Rich nond and kept the ten hits of Winches er well scattered A shower just before time for the game to start nmdi fast fielding impossible Tbescore12 3 4 5 7 8 Dn- Riclul1lmdO 0010102 17- Vinchesterl 0000020 03 Take Two Out Of Three The Pioneers after droping thi tlrst game to Winchester turned thi tables jn the Hustlers and took the next two with ease mak1ngit two out il three for the series The game ol last Tuesday was a very interestinj one first one side being in the lead md then the other the score being tie in the eighth inning lu the iiintb howeyer our slugger jumperl on Burden who was pitching for Win hester for enough hits to score fou runs The final scoe was 7 to 3 Will as ou the mound for the Pioueeit and he performed in his usual gtod fashion Knocked Toney Out The great Toney got his Wednci lay when he tried to pitch his team tc victory over the coming Champions I n the thlround our boys got btisj with their trusty bats and tIme way i ained hits was awful Hit after hi vas made and by the time it was ave the runs had been scored and Tont had been blanketed and led to the tench Brock succeeded him ant ield the frisky Pioneers to oje run Creagpr was on the firing line foi tichmond and as usual pitched ooIenough ball to win Th game fron i Holding standpoint was featureless because of heavy field Richmond 2 Lexington J The abovescore tells time itory oJ a i close and exciting game play b Richmond and Lexington Thursday f t was a pitchers battle betweei Knox aiid Doyle It was a cleancot victory both of the locals scores beinJ Darned runs It was in the third in ling that our boys struck the blo hat won the game Tilloid the fits nan up1 reached first on an error Grohe followed with a bit Tilford tak ng second Maloney sad iliced boll runners a pey Welch hit to Johnsqi plattethen0 bat After letting Welch stea secoid he smashed a beauty over econd base Grohe and Welch coiaiii tome Dawson made an easy out re ring the side Matters vent on thnt until the ninth when the Colts made ally and it looked for a while a though they would tie the accredit not win the game Alter two men bad truck out Kaiser hit to deep center for three bases Johnson followed wit 4hit Kaiser scoring Downing hit screamer between first and second vhich looked good for a hit but Welch went after it like a flash and bj beautiful play retired the runner first nipping in the bud the rally allQwInseleven mOil This Was a Thriller The seoond gauieborween the Coils and Pioneers was the most exciting seen on the home grounds this season It waaa game suited to the taste of the funs There was good pitching had pitching goort fielding bids fielding and good batting Both sides wielded the willow with telling effect but tile Plon6 rsgjtthe jjrapcp ComstOck statted into pitch lor the locale and he was as wild as a jack rabbit but by ome rood pitching pulled himself out of some bad holes blasted until tin fifth isslIJHd Knox was called to the reacua but he ouldnt do the res betmeIttNi 11nift ttlt k- fdMtti i time and Croager was called on to do the hero act and win the game Re- idd liispart welt An stopped the on sanght McCormick was pitching fore Colts and ho went j Ibng very nice y until the seventh Op to that time our boys had scored only one run and looked like the lead of to 1 was- nough to win time game but tile 10 cats got two runs in the seventh and in the eighth such a cracking of bats was never heard McCormick was sent the bench and Stultz sent in but it was alt the same and before the side could bo retired seven runs had been s The game ended with the core 10 to Take Third Also The Pioneers made three straights om Lexington when they won again Saturday br the score of 3 to 1 This was another good game all of the eoros being earned by good and time ly hitting Comstock was sent in gain to try and get even for hip wild ness the day before He was on hit good behavior and but for a Ircky home run by halt wfiuld haya gotten away with a shutout Stultz pitched for the bolts and altho fie was hit rather freely no runs were scorsd in the firth when a single Ly Bairda threebagger by Whittaker a single by Dawson and a threebag ger by W mbel scored three runs Lose to Frankfort TheTioneers were at Frankfort Sunday for a ame and the Lawmakers were the victors by the scoO ot 3 to 2 It was a hard game to lose especially as it was lost by bad Umpiring by one of our own men Wills pitched fpi Richmond and With a man on second cud third he emit loose with a wild pitch which hit Bohannon on time tlceve but Creacer who was calling balls and strikes failed to see that it hit the batter and culled it a bail tin two runners coming home This really lost the game for Richmond for Wills belu the Lawmakers to four nilfI Hasty Wright was the lucky pitcher for Fraukfoit Win From Hustlers The Richmond tam defeated the Winchester Hustlers Monday mornlnp in a close and exciting game by the score of 0 to 5 TIme game started oil as though it would be easy for our boys for they were hitring the ball hard and ifteu They made four scores in the 3ret four timings while Winchester vas getting only one In the fifth however the Hustlers got next ti Creager for four hits and three cores Iliey added one niore in the sixth Creager being relieved by Coinstocli after the first two men up had hiteafe y one for a twobagger This put the Hustlers one to the good and it re named that way until the eightl JFhen an error stolen by Tilford and f tit br Maloney tied tho score In thr ninth with things at fever heat out oys put time winning run over After Raird had made an out Whit aker and Dawson were safe on errors Vombel came to bat and got his third lit of the game sending a terrific drive just inside of third base and Whittakei nino hpmo with the winning run onistock held the Hustlers safe aftei relieving Oreagor allowing only one hit in the four Innings he pitched Baird md Wombel starred at time bat while Tilfurd and Thom starred in flcKiing DEATHS MrrciiantDied inthis city ifternoon of Jnne 25 Mrs Iilchetl in tier eighty fourth yearI Mrs Mitchell was Miss Roseana eth Goggin a descendant of the old ioggin family who were among the irst settlers of Kentucky She wa he last surviving member who cane mere from France in the Pjpuee day ocated in Kentucky where all the use ul years of the noble sacrificing life o Mrs Mitchell was spent She w8sf woman of noble attainments loved bv ill wbo knew her Herllie was pure iprigiat and most unselfish One o ief most admirable Traits and chiel haracterlstics was her charty to ali dike the und raerviug meeiing a ler hands time same open bounty as tin nost deserving Her death was a SAd aking away she was a loving true levoted mother and was rendered loubly appalling as the dark shadow ftlie toiiib had only one month ago tr lie day epreadits sorabeiwSugs ovet be household in time taking away oi ler first born son John 0 MItchel hmia Survived by five children to nourn a mothers lose J E Iud Joe E Mitchell Maggie Mitchell Mrs A D Underwood and Mrs Nannie Mar ynaud twonrandsons Joe Jeff and Chaffinch Martyn She had been hn luvaild1x years md had been a great sufferer Thro it all bore it patiently with a Christian ortitiUle known only to these leaning in Christ and His Precious Promises rley last days wore of peace and sue jpressed herself freely to her raSlol- f her willingness to go and her sub nisslon to lIme rrM ter All that loving earJIandtedrhaidscould do were neted out loIter Her remxinB were laid to rest Eatttrdny afternoon June in Richmond Cemetery d we left er sleeping beneath a mound of Ira rant flowers Peaco to her soul and Ren to her Mites 4 Very Rest Granulated Sugar 17 pounda for 100 Jaa B Park First SttIf Grand Sunday School Con vention Grand Rally of nil thn Sunday School in Madison county fur thr benefit of all time churches at Zilch mind August 7 and 8 lOOt The convention will be held Satur day at the First Presbyterian church at 10 a m Music will be furnished by Prof Gamble of Her a Cqllege am lie Berea Male quartette assisted b H of our local talent The musical jro ram will be one of tlid best ever held in Richmond All tho b lsllless houses who are in crested In Sunday Pchool work in Richmond are r quested to close SaturdayfromlOday School workers of the State will be here Sunday morning will be the greatest Sunday School Rally ever had in Richmond Each church isto try tbseewho can hav the greatest num guIJt8tbWemost we can till get to Sunday school on that day There will be a vfeltpmt each church In the city to see jiwt how reopurUunllayUSunday School Jubilee me tiug at the First Presbyterian church Let very one hi the county help to meetinginuniuii W rkof alt tliq Sunday Eciiooly tuall time church Cumeotie and All ivhqcan to ttiete meetings onatweJp7 am14na7j V Xt F- dvi bI4 lC C fI ==== =c m1 j ff HOT WEATHER BARGAINS Not often is a merchant in a position to otter REAL BARGAINS at the very beginning of the season but the far uptodate merchant Owing to the conditions such aseast today are advantageous to sighted present state bfaffairs manufacturers and commission houses are offering great inducements to the man talks quantity The wor3 quantity has never scared us hence we invite you and your friends toshare in a 1 J great bargain feast A 1 H hogshavmHogUhocralTernedv tII fThe Appreciate the Good I Valuesa respond announcements patronize storeI that them the best I TIDINGS OF VALUES Mens Suits oaFslmares chev patterns 7501 Suin made Allwool the newest 15 new hatsanew 1 150 Milliiaery Excellence and straingers In town should not overlook I the fact that we the most exclusive and artis 1tic headwear to be found in the There is a quality about that is rare that cannot be found f in of the millinery shbps In to the f charm ofvstyle the charm of price Respectfully the = = = H = BALLPAWS LEXINGTON July RICHMOND League p THE CLIMAX 100 For4 Four Cottage cheap 10 modern 8 house good conditiontCottage 4 rooms Kcod repair water gasgoodr garden rented month 51100 x Farms Discriplions and Price J rhaying calls every day larros wish to yours it with us at Just time ofsear In Coal Feed GuBiness a equipped plant with established business worth money Call at Freeman Fire Accident and Liability Insurance Agents Office Perry Thomas Drug Store They Would JuhnF yag ra Kiohmond says ILmoutbljo quito a number of chickens I thought they would 1 gave them Uuuruon Poultry Cure never a chicken Sold Parry Thomas Law Not Good llopkinsville Circuit Jutljie Coot Crecelins in igard o of pooled tobacco to buun This fir tIest ol although have beet returned in a nnmoer of places KeepsThcni Safe J Frank Fredonia s I never have titan crryrh An Uptodate Woman vs i3liea exqafeite loiJei articles that procure tin must fastidious can be MMiiiid handsome stock m ery comix brushes miners Itnaniclre In elur UM in utglass hoM inonntiM inxoHl Silver toilet UWo Oar jewolry Is angurp n l W1Na if1ithw 2li IIIPeople They to our and the GLAU GOOD H 101 serviceable In all Mens Tailored of III smartest novelties In of est 2 3 Visitors it addition BASE Today July At conveniences ELate i Mens Allwool Suits select range spring patterns 10 Mens high quality that rppre imeiilglt production possible 20 colors carry city and many thereis 1m ball itutional Wyatt worsteds tI mother to The Nazareth Waist Union Suit IIIL E11wc4a single garment IshIrtJsavemoruts of childrens un ftheiicomfortnbeheretofore Has of tapes Inittons r8tronl8save 2toi2 nioner at ouI II45c i SKIRTSAll colorc including blackIwith plain or embroidered flounce Salefirice J MUSLIN GOWNS elaborately trimmed in Ibroidery priceu t9 LACESLot of imitation torchon edge insertion Sale price peryard 3e Meta fihirts Drawers2c 1 Mattings Carpets Cloth at prices Ii i 1 Itul Submitted Cash Trade II EVElder I Main Street echdKentucky XCr = RICHMOND vs 7 Thursday 8 Park 330 m Sale One room House all One room Ojie and per pilce Aro are for 11 yon Bell lUt once the yo into the and Can 8ll you well the once Grider Real Life over Thought Die Ky About my were lick and all die and lost by At dec Ired the Maw tri sale rans time tlfe taw iiuliutuieuts Ky ayc less fpup ilw fnr the most site can awl roiii pnr rich and cases eoM Owl fof for ihe rtw fine WiT l gives and iota new fine and bnit enl 1T We want every see U Its that the cost than nnd plentn girls years AjaR this price 150 HEATIIERULOOM All lace and em Sale I and and Oil all f to 11 J1 n II for SIO Mrs taste mil 11DTHIS HOT WEATHER 4 t lYe have everything for lunchi i iii such as Canned Chicken fine Jor7 0 salads lAllpkirTdaof 7 r j X MtsJ Salad Dressings etc kf I 1 v ITT Gouington l Co r Phone 72 232 West Main street W 0 Oldham atLd Cot l fif v2S ftfiXor e4rJ i z + j i J Dry GoodsNiz Notions 5 iJt 4 1 I j I Shoes r gUi tr jU ilr k 4 1 f 1 Clothing I t 4j I Furnishings Spwpsv Iip e Yej z 4 n Fo t f t f v y J Buy BeeCashStore I r aX 1 I iI 0J r 0 c m ur y T rrx + rsw ars rrLr 4ALM Yl- Nr IA4 fi t a t 4 1 t t2 fiE t T E T 111 r 4 iI 1 1 J= CLEANUP f r f tIj i t J I f a f s f Lr L ff SALcrE I NS 1- I f SatUrdayL June 26th i ContinuingI5 DaysiTis well established that we offer to the public twice each year or at the close of the our atunheard of low priceBy this method we never have outofdate merchandise 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 always be able to offer our friends and customers FRESH NEW GOODS Please note the sacrificing prices we are naming on our entire stock 300 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 stock out regardless of cost Everything offered in this great sale is STRICTLY CASH So bring your coin and get bar gains Remember the date Saturday June 26 continuing 15 days J Odd Trousers for Menthis Wee are greatly overstocked de w are determined to clean ptuP5Pair 250 2a0 ChOicefM 119 THE CELEBRATED T1 Munsing Underwear Union Suits for Men and Boys 39x200150 Values now J il09 Long and Short Sleeves Ineearid Ankle Lengths 500Balbrian Underwear 50c values now39c 200 Bleach Scrivner Drawers elastic seam 75e i values now 49c to Young Mens Straw Hats Flexible Soft Straw Hats and Sailors The only uptodate Straw Hat in tljii city 300 Values now192 50 Values how 1 79 200 Values now L I 1 49 Same reductions on all Pelt Hats for young men and older men r r A 1e i 5 WLcs x 1 ar f J f 1 I Y SPECIAL NOTTCE o sJnee 2ant SlliS Goat Cleanup Pric- esP59 to 1779 About 138 Suits to close at 159 189 2v09 Boys Cnee Pants We have 500 pair to offer They must go regardless of cost Let the mothers come and select a liberal sup ply for the boys at these awfully low prices 5150 yalues now51 09 5100 values nows 09 j25 values now 89 75 va 1InH- I REMEMBER ENE DATE Mens Negligee and soft CollarI Attached SHIRTS V AH Brand New Uptodate Stock 200 V dues now 4 V c vl 59 150 Values now 109 lQO Vttues nr wiA 79 To V ilues now 59 50 Vthiesnow t 4 39 rs Entire stock goes in thisrSale m7 I 11 jlj4f tffi rr k1rQttsersMI= f mr150 Values jiowJ r lpt 100 Values now 79 Blu Ot ulet Jeans 1 39 1 0 y MENS LOW CUT SHOE S Tans Patents GunMetal a Oxblood in all lasts and shapes SolOO Values now 0 3 1t 450 Vajues now 3 19 350 Values now H T 2179 250 Values now i 89e Boys and Youths Low l cUC Shoes iihali Leathers Blacks and Tans f 350 Values now 29 l r 300 Values now 219r Sizes 2i to aj 4ale commences Saturday June rr 26th and Continues 15 days l r f Having decided to quit handling Ladies arid MssesLShoes and confine our business to Mensr and Boys only we are offering our entire stocfeof Ladies and Misses Shoes AT COSTr stock consists of more than one thousand manufacturerspair cost Come early and get fist choice Remember we dies Jl iare SsoIeagentsitKidShoeforIa t t e t I1 1 w it f STANIFER and SORER c 1 j C j t rf 2x8Westye OfjU7J x j HICHNIOND Ko r 1 1 MYIr n Kiy II C Vy V Uo ydpfa T V w c tf Jat IComein and See Our I Simply Mode 1 Tub Suitsthe correct threepiece and twopiece ytailor modes in eriMaterial new t 7 styles and new colorings 1 LingereePrincess Mb 1 fi yery description in pale shades as S well ias white Anice1ineofthe j 1iOREpAND LINGREfE SHIRT WAISTS ComeDearly and get first choice al i c J B WALKERh I L Womans Friend I havelittlefemaleailnents reliefCardui women prepared scientifically from harmless vegetable in gredients It acts easily on the female organs andgives strength and tone to the whole system TAKE CAROW38 The Womans Tonic writesCarduiIwas taken with female inflammation and consulted doctor but to no avail so I took Cardui and inside of three days I was able to do my housework Since then my trouble has never returned Try it AT ALL DRUG STORES c U tTHIS IS THE SEASON FOR J 7I iTresri VegeEaOtesf j We have every kind fresh and new j at right prices JA We receive fresh shipments every day AA Our stock ot Staple and Fancy Groceries h cannot be equaledJ 3 SEWELL McKINNEY O J 4 GROCERS Telephone 223 J u3I- i Fresh Vegetables i natI Y ioJ We receive daily ever thing in Vegetables such as New Beaus Peas Beets Radishes j Cucumbers Lettuce Onions Tomatoes jPiePlant Asparagus Cabbage Sweet Potatoes Etc We will pay the market j price in FORjEGGS TT Couington 5 Oo Phone 72 232 West Main street Vry f Floral Designs Gut Flowers i Plants LFurnished on short notice Special attention to Jdesigns for Funerals and Weddings atRichtnortdGrtenhosr T HOE 188 WEST MAIN OpeBsuYtMIi HI I 1 n 4 t 1i Lf THESE DAYS spring mean additional wear and washing for your linenno matter whether you lead a strenuous or i simple life Suppose thcrefoie ymi sDd your work to usWi will not only lengthen tho life of the article through scientific laundering but al ways return them immaculate Normal laundryTelephone Thomas A Shelton Agent CoUnionring 2tfFor Rent SowIngMaapply this office tf It you are going to have yonr lions SPtHSwitches and puffs made to order tock on hand to select from Ials ave in stock triangles chignons in act everything in hairdressing I guar antee to restore grey hair to its origins color Call andsee me at 421 Walnut St Mrs Alice Harper 1 buy hail and combings and clippings 3m Had dyspepsia orindJgettlun foi years No ap etHe andwhitt I dl eat distressedmo terribly Uurdool HWalkerNotice- I have rente Iand repaired anr furnished with now furniture the upstairs part of the Uillingham Building rocenty bought by tile Elks and am prepared to accomodate transient and regular boarders Please give me s call N A Durham 3m The Neighbors Say My Breads the Best Rangebakesheats in seyen minutes I find Gas cheaper than woO- dcoalor gasoline Richmond Water Light Co HIGHEST PRICES Paid for your G1iickes 6 is Eggs land r I i- fI 1dfIt will pay you to see us and get prices bore dispos 7 V Ingof any of ybiir produce GOTTBR0S Rkhin4 Jcjr TC j Idla Ull u c f r r Richmond Climax rOHWMI MIlT WEMOUT IT THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO Incorporated A D MILLER Prest and Mangr LOUIS LANDRAM Editor MimW PRESS mi PUBtlSIERS lEAGUE 7HICE 100 PER YEAS IN ADVANCE WEDNESDAY JULY 7 1900 MASH FEED FOR CHICKENS The Number FeedIng Wet Mh Appears to Be lnor ilng as Rfr suits Given Ar Better Most poultrynwn feed ma8OIfl wet some dry The number feeding the latter appeara to bo Increasing Its advocates claim equal or greater results healthier and more vigorous stock and better results at hatching time and there certainly Is a saving of labor There Is no questioning the fact that xnaxlng and crrrylng wet mash for any considerable number of hens is hard work and takes time What do the hens say about dry mash We have tried It In a small way and I have been surprised to see how readily hens that had been accustomed to wet mash took to It says a writer In Good Literature We have fitted out five pens with home made dryfe d hoppers and are trying It on the hens this winter A cut of one of these hoppers Is shown herewith It Is made from a soap box 20 Inches long 8 Inches deep and 15 Inches wide inside measure The throat at the bottom Is two Inches and the tray part Is two Inches deep The cover Is made sloping to discourage any easeloving hen from taking an aftermash siesta thereon Leather hinges are used on some of ours This hopper might be made with the box on end making a shorter tray and less exposed surface If preferred SelfFeeding for Dry Mash These dryfeed hoppers made of wood or galvanized Iron may be pur chased from poultry supply houses They may be a little more artistic but no better for practical purposes Another style of hopper for feeding wet mash consists of two triangular end pieces 20 Inches high to which are fastened one by two inch strips and to these are nailed the upright strips about two inches wide sharp at the upper ends On one side these are nailed fast but on the other the lower longitudinal strip Is rounded at the ends these ends being fitted Into an auger hole in the triangular piece thus making a sort of gate which Is opened to put the feed Into the trough A wire hook at the middle fastens this to the other side when closed highVshapedat each end so that It may be removed readily for cleaning We have two of these feed troughs which hav been In use Several years The trough In one of them Is made of wood In the other of galvanized Iron The lat ter is now rusted through In severs places whllcj the wooden one Is good for several years moreof use These feed racks or troughs may be made of any desired length We hard also a couple of the sonx style racks about M IDcbas sqoare designed for water Tbe r YeN very satisfactory while they lasted but the galvanized Iron pans rusted out In Jbuiltthat some hot bricks might be put under In cold weather to keep the deviceslsupply houses though I think the sides are made of round rods Instead of slatsaNo Fear from the Chickens plotfortruck and no fear of the chickens should be felt The large fields of corn and potatoes can in most cases be planted at some distance from the poultry house and tn any event the fowls will harm them little after they get a good start But by no means would we be without a place In which we could confine the hens when desired at seed and hal vest time and of course breeding hens must be fenced In this manner the parks do not require to be so large as when confined constantly and fowls can be given their freedom a greater part of the season On this plan a larger egg yield will be secured hence the greater profit Fence Out the Chickens A great many farmers rfnd others do not keep fowls because they claim they destroy so much garden truck and grain That It Is far better for hens to run at large most of the time Is generally conceded and of cows no one oan have a garden with bens In It The matter can be easily arranged by having the garden fenced In and the hens fenced out contrary to the usual method a fence four fe high will answer and the fence can be removable and of a temporary character Reverse EngllthI- Dhiuh crying bitterly was coming down the street with her feet hand aged Why what oa earths the matter she was asked How did you hurt tour feet Dinah Dat good fo nothIn nigger sal 1 tIe done hit me on de held wit a club while J wasstaadln on de hard done pavemenLEverybodys Nag rinq pitching Eruptions Quickly Cooled Jtit a few drops of Oil of Winter green properly compounded a II d washed into the akin Kill take awat iMtantly the worst kind of itch It yon ire ABHfiwIng with any ki of skiD trouble well M Summerrash oakIt YIfitefgreen compounded in D D D Pretcription Physicians recognize lI- D IV as the fltjwdwd for eczema anlit Pioriaetg sd it lJtaht1y ea fcHMd Iye Joe MI tei ia J1e W by t JxJail if T c u f L 1 IJ ICatarrh A Bu Microbe Is the Best Microbes Hyemel Kills TlleJRAlI Hyomel pronounced filghome Is a killer of catarrh germs because when you breathelt in its antiseptic and germicide properties reach ever nook and crevice of the mucous mem brane from the mouth and nose deep into the lungs Hyoraol brings the Australian for eats of pine and eucalypti s to your fecipicsstforests fleatfor long after the treatment startstU you want to cure croup bronchitis coughs colds asthma titrythe cure that r aches the spotsA complete Hyomei Inga haid rub or inhaler costs only 100 and extra bottles of Hyomel if afterwards nerded cost but 50 cents Guaranteed trrcure or money back Sold by leading druggists everywhere Sold and guaranteed in Richmond by B L Middiotot MIONACures indigestion It relieves stomach misery sour stomach belching and cures all stomach disease or money back Largo box of tablets 60 cents Druggists in nil towns The Simple Life Once there was a bachelor whom thought hed take a wife then down because he liked a quiet simple life So he began courtship with a meek and modest maid and later on when he propo nd these are the words she said Isrlike you George but really Im ers timid dont you know that inornimid of faintslug it we to tliii parson go Butsfinally he perma led her said twould be jolly fun So hey sought a minister who quickly made them one That was ten years ngn now he stays home of nights while ebo at various lady clubs expounds on womans rights lie careth for tIm children as a good shepherd for hN sheepeven to the baby who mmt bo rocked to stoop Then he picks up paper and a sadear castic smile cometh over his careworn f tee and lingers for awhile as he reads about the lecturft his timid 1 wife has hurled on The Hand That Rocks the Cradle Is the Hand That Rules the World To Mammoth Cave Madison county excursion to Mammoth Cave f om all stations July 21con regular morning trains by Paris ando Latonia A three days trip to thoworlds greatest wonder for 1205 Tickets inclndrt the railroad fire board at hotel und the several routes through the Cave alto one night forbd nceoraocialathoiei Return ten days see L and N Agent 4t If yon have puns in tho back weak Indlcation9tfweakened af- the a kidneys or bladder you should get UcWitts Kidney and Bladder texpeslencehe getDeWitts youdC DeWitt Sr aeceiveney and bladder pUl Sold byall druggists julm TheHome Raised Dog averagKentuckydried fruItlikwisecauned and dried other goods He gets up at the alarm nt a Connectigt clock fastens his Chicago suspenders to his Detroit overall washes his face with Cincin nail soap in a Pennsylvania washpan sits down to a Grand Rapids table and eats Indiana hominy fried in St oseph lard on a Su Louis stove Then lie pets a St Louis bridle on a Mis souri mule and plows a farm covered by an Ohio inortgage When bedtime comes lie reads a chapter from a Bible printed in Chicago says a prayer written in Jeru lam acd crawls under blanket made In New Jersey only o kept awake by a Kentucky dog which is about the only home raised product on the place Many people with chronic throat and lung troube have found comfort and relief In Fonys Honey and Tar as it cures stubborn coughs after other treatment has failed L M Rugglcs Reasitur Iowa writes The doctors said I had consumption and FoloyHone orrhages and pain in my lungs and hey are now us sound as a bullet The genuine Foleys and Honey and Tar contains io opiates and is safe and sure Solrt by Stockton Hagan ju11UI Kentucky Fair Dates Lancaster Julv 283dsys Georgetown July 285 days Stanfoid July 213 days Winchester Aug34 days Danville Aug 44 days Blue Grass Fair Lexington Ang 0Odaya Hsrrodsburg Ang 123 days Lawrencebn g Aug 174 days Richmond Aug Jf3 days Barboursville Aug 183 d iys Brodhead Aig 183 days JPerrvville AUK 18 Silayp Slielbyviiie Aim 24 5 daysLondon ddYSFrankfortTompkiasvi e Sept 15 days laysKentucky Louisville Sept 13Gdais I Alanalag Increase yfromhas more than doubled the past ten years Many of these cases were the rcsul of Hpgleotinij every symtoms of KidnlYlemedvwould Take Foleya Kidney Remedy for backache and irregularities This jyvat medicine strengthens the kid neys and bladder and you should take it at oace and avoid a serious malady JuliaiNever eaR t ll when youll mash a- fiaigerorsBff r acnt bruise burner k14 JJe J Dr Thomas eleetrTeOUIBstatlyrelioves the plH quickly cures the wound Leave year aceE ire for a Springs ud SaaiBer Slit at Stooflera tf NIw hest vpls made reD ltt d L4ttla wljKI ers tile r iousll r piU Tfcwr ttf MKa t i ieW Mt Iyb iVA vj1ffjA o1J2TiY1r AFFECT FERTILITY OF EGGS Too Warm Quarters and Overfeeding Laying Stock Have InjuriouswEffect Officials of the department of ct1 culture have been collecting datare g rdlng tho factors which affect the rtility Of egg It has been found too warm quarter for laying ock and overfeeding are commonly to exercise an unfavorable In uonce on egg fertility The way eggs re handled or stored is also believed o affect the proportions which will hatch The conditions under which IncubI eiIgorand the length of time the male bird has been with the flock are also important questions with respect fo egg fertility At the outset It should be stated that fertility and hatcha- bility are not necessarily Identical An egg may be fertile and still the erm does not have sufficient vitality o produce a healthy chick under the o a thseriesthe Rhode Island station of 8677 eggs tested 83 per cent were found to be fertile while only 46 per cent of the f t thotalthe conditions of the tests The various observations made while not entirely conclusive Indicate t Thichust not be kept In very warm quarters males should be kept with the hens continually and only those eggs a s lofterseveral days Only fowls from very vigorous parent stock and those known to produce a high percentage of fertile ggs hens vary widely In this re pect should be used The hens be allowed to rest after each laying period while the eggs should bo handled carefully not be subjected to extremes of temperature In storage and be used only when comparatively fresh PROFITABLE POULTRY FEED Successful Raising of Chickens Depends on Supplying Proper Kind of Feed at Right TimeT The successful raising of poultry whether for meat or eggs depends upon supplying the right kind of feed In the proper proportion A fowl requires a certain quantity of food con taining protein carbohydrates and ash to sustain lifo A surplus over and above this goes to produce eggs o Compositionf a fowl shows that almost onehalf f t HeinInvestigations by Jeneter at the New York experiment station show godyncontainscent protein 28 per cent ash and 17 per cent Jat The analysis of a fresh egg shows Its composition to bo Shell 114 per cent water 657 per cent fat 89 per cent and protein between 11 per cent and 13 per cent Of the total dry matter In an egg Including the shell there is 356 per cent ash 259 per cent fat and from 33 to 38 per cent protein A study of tho above anaylsls shows clearly tho Importance of supplying a liberal allowance of both protein and sh matter m the rations of poultry NOTES OF THE POULTRY YARD With over 70 distinct breeds of owls to select from It always seemed curious to me why some people in slsted upon keeping scrub hens When poultry Is being crossbred for special purposes uch as roasters broilers etc I believe that better re suits will come when we use a male of the smaller breed and hens of the larger breed of fowls incubator chicks should be fed with more caution than those batched with hens Their artificial condition makes them more delicate and more susceptible to of food ratureWith poultry there Isgreater oppor tunlty for choice among a long list of breeds than amung any other kinds of stock We can select color accord l to our taste Ieggssitters for large or small fowls Feeding fowls does not consist In throwing out to them a certain quantity of feed one two or three times a day It requires Judgment to properly feed fowls They will not require the same quantity every time nor the same kind of feed This is a matter that can be studied with profit Moisture In Incubators Moisture tests at the Oregon station were made in which Incubators were operated according to the directions of makers with the exception that iolsture was used In different amounts In the moisture machines a tray of dry sand was kept under the molsturei time or as wet as It could be kept without water standing on the sand The final results showed an Increase In number of chicks hatched of 32C per cent by using moisture in men hatorw Cures Your Kidneys No Need to Take Aay Father Risks Why will people continue to 1 uffe thoogoniestfkidneyomplaint back ache urinary disorders lameness icndnchos languor why allow themselves to bec ma chronic invalids wheiia certain cure is offcrecd them Doans Kidney Pills is the remedy to use because itgives to the kidneys the help they need to perform their work If TOU have any oven cone of the sy nptoms of kidney diseases cure yourself now before diabetes dropsy or Brights disease sets in Can Richmond residents demand mlmi convincing proof than the following Thomas Elkin Danville St Lan castor Ky says For a great man years I was a sufferer train KM nay complaint Until a year ago Ibad myblabout The many remedies I tried failed ti help moand on the advIce of a friend 1 procured bxof DOUBt Klilney Pills and commenced their HSC In a short time I improved aad it was not longbeforo was jresto ett- tQ rood hetdtjYJ give Doans Kid Bay Pills for the great change and recommend them as are liable kidney remedy For by all dealers Price CO cents FosterMilburn Company agenbfotJfJ c Oversea Matrimony The Washington Hrrald tells of a venerable living ancestor of a woman prominent in the highestor perhaps one should say wealthiestrank American1 metropolitan society who couples the statement that he sees no objection to a beautiful woman of the selfstyled upper circles dancing with bare feet for the sake of sweet charity ith the vehement declaraion that he is bitterly opposed tp international marriages He goes so far us to say that he would make such alliances a capital offence The tracisui Old men for counsels remains unshaken by this in dividual extravagance of prejudice against clasping the bund of matri mony across the sea This parti cu lat denunciation founded plainly upon a false assumption The for gn adventurer who comes to the nd where opportunity has been moro largely coined into wealth mrn ly with the sordid purpose oh inning an heiress to the end of maintaining an inherited title with digniiyor of bolstering the crumbling buttresses of a decadent estate is more lie jaently the creature of ficlion lbat e palpable figure ol reality If he sometimes does appear actually in such a quest his errand if discov ered is more apt to end in ridicule an in success The sense of humor specially when tinged with contempt poils all illusion as to any knight so utterly devoid of chivalry be candid sociologist can not trttt im seriously International balances of finance never will be disturbed by the true ve that liughs at the welttring arrIer of the Atlantic The fact of international romance has its root in human nature that overleaps gee giaphical boundaries if it be not im peded by mutually abhorrent ctL nolcgy The obstacle of course does not occur in the race that sent its earliest adventures to Jamestown and Plymouth There is no more peril in such personal alliances in the twentieth century than there was in the seventeenth History that repeals itself is quite sure to be normal D espite the traditional bitterness of amily quarrels oversea tics of blood are bonds of peace Doth commercial intercourse and prljurliccappreciation that iRthe basis rf union This girdle of Puck has lengthened the marksmanshipof upid Get DeWitts CorboHzed Witch azel Salvo when you ask for it There arc groat may iiuttitions but there is oJC original This salve is od for anything where a salve is- eeded to be used but it is especial ly good fUr Piles Sold by alt drug gists juIm MoneyMaking Business Each succeeding year demonstrates the fact that the raising of poultry is a very profitable business Etgs can- eb produced at a profit at ten cents per per dozen But there are very few times when they sell for less thau fifteen cents per dozen and in the winter time reach the luxurious price of thirtyfive to lorty cents the dozen lint this is not all there is to the poultry business Seasonable fries always command a handsome price and throughout the year the average price for chickens is up wheie there is a big profit in the business Any one with ordinary care can raise chickens and it can be done on a small tract of ground An ordinary city lot has been knoWn to produce a good many dollars on a very meager investment An acre or two of ground near the citv will if put to poultry yield more net profits than f forty acres of the average farm crops A good many persons could make better money raising chickens than they do in the mercantile business or n some of the professions The won der is that more people do not go into the business rather than eke out a were living in some other trade or calling There is little danger of the business being over done for the next score of years s Ieatation Drastic physios gripe sicken weaken the bowels and dont cure Doans Kegulets act gently and cure yOurfruggist Swindled the Farmers Quite a number of Kentucky far mere have been swindled by an agent who sold them a bug eradicator telling them a goverment agent was follow ing him ami would compel tfienv to buy the powder He sold hs packages for 25 cents assuring his victims that the money would be 1fefuudeQ at the postofllco if they were not satisfied Many ol them have visit their post office but of course failed to get their money Dont let the baby suffer from eczema sores or any itching oflbe skin Doans Ointment gives instant relief cures quickly Perfectly safe for children All druggist sell it Notice Having purchased the Coal and Feed business ofMr JBil1aidon Aspen aye we use this method to in vite our friends and the public for a share of their patronage We handle the cebbrated Rich Mountain Jellicb Coal tls whichwekuaitnthe to give perfect aUsfaction Give us a trial order and get acquainted with our C alandmethod of doing business l lJ J t J NotIA The Trust THE ADMIRAL 13 THE IILAT The great advance in farming methods has kept pace with the improve v ment of farm machines The most successful farmers have always been ready to consider new ideas and better machines Farmers never have been more than today That is why the Admiral mower hsIso quickly 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 increase in weight not the floating frame genuine underdraft uniform tilt and Ill the other features that have made Walter A Wood mowers grass is grown If you are going to buy a new mower this year the latest The Admiral Its a pleasure for us to show the Admiral to a farmer So dont HeSitate to ask us at any time the sooner the better i S fJI 1 If you can help it Kodol by to But dont trifle with A great many people who have trifled with have been eorry for Itwhen nervous or chronic dyspepsia resulted they have not been able to Use Kodol and prevent Everyone is subject to indiges tion Stomach follows stomach abuse just as naturally and just as surely as a sound and healthy stomach results upon the taking of Kodol When you experience sourness of stomach belching of gas and fluid bloated sensation gnawing pain in tho pit of the stomach heart burn socalled diarrhoea headaches dullness or chronic tired need Ko dol And then the quicker you take Kodol the better Eat what you want let Kodol digest It Ordinary pepsin dyspepsia tab lets physics etc are not likely to bo of much benefit to you in digestive ailments Pepsin Is only to Any THE SBGGESSFI5L FAHMiP I tllele OFdham Jr KEEPSUPTO On Farm Machines progressive established corresponding forgetting famouswherever investigate progressive Douglas Simmons Agents Better Not Get Dyspepsia prevents Dyspepsia effectually helping Nature Relieve Indigestion Indigestion indigestion andI Dyspepsia derangement nauseating feelingyou Going Use partial digester and physics are not digesters at all Kodol is perfect digester If you could see digestlngevery particle of food of all kinds In thJ glass testtubes in our laboratories you would know this Just as well as nod Kodel always cure sick stomach but in ordei to bo cured the stomach must rest That is wlfet Kodol does rests tho stomach while the slomach gets well Just as simple as A B C Our Guarantee canI1Ofl3tl7 anthelion delay We win then pay the drug altdruggbtTttla offer applies to the large bottle only and to but one In a family The large but lIlTcentKodol is prepared tho laboratories of E C Do Witt Co Chicago For Sale by PERRY THOMAS Lumber Sash Laths Paint oI Rubber or Felt Roofing iv PLANS FURNISHED REASONABLE Better come direct toy Todd Lackey Corner Main and Orchard Streets AND GET A SQUARE DEAL Telephone 100 Richmond K p a s s a I Field Garden t SEEI rL rIIwh are contemplating sowing grass tip I call and examine our line and get prices of II before making a purchase Our line qfuaStaple and FancyL J t tG ROC E RI ESiI was nover mora complete than r now 4I t I I IT 2r te and Sib n II t TeIephone 35I The Houston Buglfl Break Cart and Speed Sulkies Take pleasure in refering you to the following upodate business men of it lite comfort and durabilty of Houghton Line P H Bald of Louisville who is one of thelargest dealers of hlali vehlcls writes I handle most all hi hclass buggies but I consider Houchton by far the best i Goodman Bros tiof Shelhyvillo Ky say that the Houehton But superior to the Oolpmbus Moyer or Kaufman We do not believe tint tItIfanuhtnii can besurpa sed J II McKee Liveryman Shelbys ille Ky writes I have in my l ry i unIloughtonQuality and not pounds Mniakes ivehicles durable comfortable j I Iqonsit1tmen and In i4eetaceord with the above tionialg I F Armer Richmond I N Todd Srassfleld Joe Richmond Halllrenry llosd Thos ElIII ited Hoeee a a Kodol will a dottillor S I Ky n lee P Siml110DeJfcrsd WhitiStationGood4oe COjfletisonRlcbmondJo0 1 Ricbm ud Fvwto wiw ofHotsgtoa will toll yon they areljrth bestJ anLdcsThe HoHh6 b1l41he heetBreCart in the t hv thPiagovourotdef H 11 o Ii Ti r Spring llgsI 4 IBrussels Win ts Velvets t and IxJ 2 Axminstcr Best as sortment ever brought to this See them before 1clty you pur IBENNETT4IRd HIGGINS t Furniture arid Undertaking rclerhones 73 Main Stree- tS S S S S u p p p WE WANT TO PUT Several Tons OF OUR AWAY DOWN nowbeforelS it surely will do so consider this tTelephonet Rex Red Ash JellicD We have tho exclusive sale A trial order will convince yon that youliavtpOMiblyIeFull Weight or Coal Forfeited B IL Luxon Oro For Sale New set pony harness and cart In perfect condition Roy C White SewingMachifle Very Best Granulated Sugar 17 pounds for f Jas B Park First St tf upIIcletredect sliarpenedOIdefaebloned Set iiUhmid lurniture bought and cold R A Barlow Irvine St Opposite Jail j4lm Cook Wanted Good wages paid A good cook white or black Write orPhone Dr iSnowdon U Paint LickKy MaihQn lnstitut Richmond Ky I Its IM oo the 1 Next Session Opens Sept 14 For Catalog Write J B Cassiday Richmond Kentucky Ir Around Town j SI as Martha Hubbardopened herschool atOoncord Monday SewingMachine travoUigalesmanway of Lexington lost a very fine beenkilled andMiselastWednesdayterming the ceromony Miss Zeulah Oliver who has held the position of operator at tim Richmond telephone office for niuo years has promoted to the position ns chief operator Miss Oliver by her kindness anti politeness made many friends and all are glad to know that her faithful services have been rewarded Double Wedding Mr Allen Perkins and Mies Addle Forbes and Mr Vinor Stokely and Miss Julia Forbes all of Tales Creek married at the residence of Rev wereITribble last Saturday Held Without Bail Wm Sparks who killed Joke Col broughtbeforewitbout bail to await action of the next grand jury A large crowd was present at tie trial Keep Up the Good Work Work on court house pavements- is progressing rapidly The removal of some trees added greatly to the beau ty of the Francis Fountain and if a few more were chopped out the court house yard would be very much improved in appearance New Restaurant tor V Ricci thlJFirst Street cater er has rented t lie large room in the Dillingham building on MainSt and will move next week He will fit up an np to date care contectionery and grocery Mr Ricci is one of Rich monds best business men and the people are glad to know that be lisa been so successful County Court As Monday was a legal holiday county court wa held yesterday A small crowd came in Monday however but there was no business of any con- sqqence The crowd ye terday wac also small with nothing doing either day in the stock market The farmers are all busy and being behind with their work did not stop to come in Dr Pattie Resigns Dr C D Pattin who has been book keepei at the Citizens bank fur a nuo ber of years has resigned and A M Davison of Silver Creek has been sel ected by the directors to lilt the vacan cv Mr Dbvison has been pnperin temlent of the W S Hume distillery for several years and is highly qualified to fill the new position While we re gret tosco DrVPattie sever his connec tion with t lint institution we are glad to welcome Mr DaVisoii ai a citizen of Rlchmondlieillenter upon his new duties August 1st Iris not known who will succeed Mr Davison as Euper intendentof the distillery Condensed SemiAnnual Statement of the State Bank Trust Co RICHMOND KY at Close of Business June 30 1909 v f RESOURCES 1 Loans and discounts V 422745 34 Overdrafts 965386 Checks and cash items v 144 00 Cash in vault v 25585 78 00nakingOther real estate i 15375 00 Fixture and vaults i V 4000 00 Expenses paid 6 months 35iO 43 Taxes paid 6 months i 770 00 f Total Resources 592746 41 v LIABILITIES 7 Capital Stock V i v 150000 00 urpfusFuiid u 12OCK 00 Undivided profltii10519 62 Individual deposits 315387 91 Trust funds on depositg 81 Bank deposits 1595007 Total deposits 420226 79 Total Liabilities 59274641 Your aLtefltionis respectfully called to the above state meat We solicit oU1l Htroniige in both our Banking and Trusfe Company departments and assure that any busi ness entrusted tothis bank shall hayeoulc3reul and ap preciative attention R SLVfrAahlor I Great CutPrice Sale of Fine SPFIIIg SuilsiOn Saturday June J9th we will a fifteen d cut too t are much ovfTheseMany are the famous Kenton Specials the finest suits made Nnereserved all go andmodels to fit every man M For 2About twentyfive Boys Long Pants Suits fine all wool material of great durability but old stogkand out of styli Take them for 2a suit Cheaper than overalls Bogs Kn08 uitsI Very unusual reduction on all Boys Knee Suits with straight pants as follows 500 600 for 350 400 350 for 250 300 250 for 175 1 FOR A w w w w w ww w w w w w w w In Great Danger Court House Liable to Meet With Great Damage Place Guards onAhihotMadison county some tune Ito was visiting in this city last weekand pave out this startling information He resided here when the handsomeMadlw son county court was thtunelars supporting the portico it IB wisely suggested that something should be placed therein as is customary onO such occasions The gentleman says lvkeginstead one a keg was planed in eachfo pillar The liquor was the best badbut for that matter all whisky brNowlines over this item is we believe that considering Itbe drouth in this lq cality and the scarcity ot goTod liquor our people will awaken some fine morning to find those pillars torn away and the liquor gone Who wouldnt dig through cement fora nip of something as good as that liquor must be ouua ty Judge Turpin if you want to pro tect the court house you had better telegraph Governor Witlsoti for state troops and that quickly Sparks Capturedt Wm Sparks who killed JOG Jake Colins anti who has been a iugitive from justice sine the tragedy war captured Monday night on Cat Creek In Powell ciunty by George Stevens j tilerof that county and brought hose and lodged in jail Wednesday Im mediately after committing the crime Sparks made his way to the place where he was found and has ben living in an old deserted house being kept in toud by relatives Stevens worked the case several days afer hearing of Sparks where abouts and on Monday Light went to the old houe and placed fugiiive un dor arrest A reward of 100 was oiI red for Sharks arrest and Stevens will get it Hayo you seen the free Sowing Machine at Luman Higgins Now The L N The L Nw took harge ot the L A road Friday morning at nine oclock and the latter road is now under the protecting wing of the greatest system in the South Tile Climax made inquiry but no infor mation as to any changes was given out antI it is presumed that trains will run as usual for some time jet A corps of survey ors are running lines from Versailles to Frankfort bearing out the pre diction of the Climax that the com puny would have another through line from the to Louisville It is reported that the com pany will make a union depot but wberb and when Is not to learned There are some wise old owls at the head of the L N and while it Is safe to say that every change is mapped out yut the ollicmls never give out anything until they an readyto I1ct1Ii mighty good Idea There have been no mado in ofli lola oftbcTj SA though we understand many are on the anxious Seat The change in ownership means believe much for the bud nessInterests of Richmond as the rqad will bo aatindudint tlii moUn I Ulnflj bsy ndRli dwUtKr 3ii 31 Man For The Place Nicholasville ewslIon J A Sullivan is again announced as a candidate for legislative honors from Madison county Kentucky needs just such men in the legislature as Sullivan lie is not only an active worker but a lawmaker and a good e Democrats of Madison send m back by a rousing majority fiHumaneAmong the many neods of Rich ond one of the greatest needs is a e organized Humane Society Scarcely a day passed but that some VterbyVe have seen horses whipped nntil blood would rlmost stream off of them go Tiiloaded wagon and one of the mules- asso lame it was almost impossible r it to walk It is to bo hoped someone will take this matter up and gIve usa society that will be the dumb utes friend The School On The Hill Wfc take pleasure in calling attention tour readers to the fact that Frf Cofsiday the new principal of Madison Institute is on the ground and is at work for the school He proposes to bnild up an institution ot high endoperation pf this community Th faculty has been selected with greates- carerand hits music department wU- aysh a5 its head a graduate of the Boston Conservatory who has taught for three years The building is being repaired and renovated ProI Oassuly will convas the community in the near future Catalogues may br had on application A Serious Accident Last Friday as Mrs Kate Paik and two children of Irvine were returning from a visit to friends Ohio they topped to spend the night in Cincin n ail They wore registered at the Gerdes Hotel and in some manner the youngest child aged three fell Into the elevator shaft The elder child nine screamed and jumped after him hoping to save him Tho mother lw clime frantic and could scarcely be re trained from following them A sia ance was quickly summoned and the children found at the bottom the shaft bleeding and bruised The were given medical attention and tin party came on to Richmond wIsest tin children were removed to the Gibsoi infirmary Both were badly cut and bruised and suffering intense pain They have gone on to their home III Irvine where the family are wel KnoVii and prominent people Just as Mr Park reached Richmond received news that her husband Wm Park bad died at Irvine Mr Park was a wellknown and popular man Nominate Full Ticket The Republican convention at court house Saturday was largelya- ttended and after discussion it was decided to put up a full ticket for the Democrats to bury under an avalance of votes next Ncvember The meet- Ing was presided qyer by Prof L V Dodge Mr E B Smith of the Panta graph being elected secretary Tho following nominations were made For county jpdge Squire M M B roughton county clerk C B Mopres circuit clerks Vlrgel Weaver county attorney A R Burnam Jr aSCssor ypUBger Norris sheriff Squire J HJoBes ailer W H HI idrensapcrmteBdeat schools Prof L V Dodge reprefentative Mlnon We understand ti iat- candidatee for magistrate will also be igthCMldtth c I 2250 2500 Choice 1650 1650 1500 ChoiceI 50P2000 for J700 for 4 I I I 1250 iiow950 1000now 750 E Out of Style Suits 5About 100 suits as fine as we ever sold formerly pricedat 5AndCool Suits at 350 Fine quality wool crash coat and pants suits no vest nice coolsummer suits off styles but great bargains Former prices 8 to 15 Choice now for 350 The pants alone are worth more COVINCTON BANKsJTHE STORE w w w of on possible mountains changes we of sh Delightful Meeting Kentucky Editors Meet at Es till Springs Business andlo amPleasureLaying aside the countless cares and worries of their offices the newspaper men Kentnckr assembled at beauti il Estill Springs last week for their a outing and business sessions The main body of scribes mobilized at Louisville Monday morning The Sou them Railway had prepared an elegant special train which bore the party to er8ailIes Here the L A took e and thev were soon being whirled over this splendid road through most picturesque portion of Kentucky ldrlell Brothers in their usual manner bad prepared car ringes busses and wagonettes and the party was driven to the Springs unquestionably the moat delightful anti xttractive summer resort in the South The Kentucky Press Associatfan Wilt irganized many years ago and as meet ings are held twice each year the ditorff have become thoroughly acquainted in fact everlasting friendships have sprung up and the meeting xrowh to be more on the order of old ime family gatherings Country news taper work is the same everywhere very fellow is in the same boat baa he same row to hoe so its easy for the outside world to see what pleasures and benefits are to bo derived from getting together and discussing the ups ant downs in the treadmill existence in P country print shop President Tim Needham some tim ago appointed two committees of ex perienced newspaper men to arrang for this gathering It is the custom t levote the forllnoon to business this afternoons end evenings to pleasure The first committee made upanrogram ot addresses and discussions of a strict y business character The second commit tee arranged ior the pleasureo the party Beginning promptly at nine oclock he editors talked shop until the dinner iell put a quietus on the prccnedfnps there were many talks on matters ot he greatest importance not only tc newspaper pnuple but the public large These served to instill new lit into the quilldrivers and all returner home with new ideas and with renewed determination odu all within hid humble power to build up good govern wentand bring about the betterment jf conditions in their several localities Tuesday ev ning the Eighth Distric Publishers Ifngue gave a brilliant rn ccption to the State Association lit freshmentawere served and the I agnt was highly complimented on the sue cess ot the stunt Immediately there after came the german the big social event at each meeting This was led by Mr Thos H Pickels and charming wife of this city The german wat participated in by about fifty couples nd the beautiful girls handsome iamB and gallant men presented a icene long to be remembered On Wednesday evening Messrs Rid dellgave an elaborate banquet and the menu was without doubt the most tempting ever served in Central Ken1 ucky Uach com se was served with i promptness and elegance which to las a slang expression get next to he party The springs orchestra played during the repast winch added a charm not easy to describe Mr Jouett Slionee of Lexington as toastmaster a brilliant young man and fine speaker intrmlaced the speakers in capil te- ldtyIeaad hia wit and humor brought forth mucbpplause The feature ol the banquet was the toast by Miss A Louise Babbnge of Cloverport She is the dHgiter of editor John Babbage MIdIs yOatu woman of great beauty nd rrs iBtclllBoe Hertoaat Dres eli- ItIt Ut Worried jrnj Utodccld N h44 sit Uld ItthI th ft ti plauded to the echo Mr Shouse very appropriately introduced Miss Bab ba ge as The S veethenrt of the Ken tuck Press Each Stticto the th throwboys Out of school but that was what tl soeysi slnbloand rush of business As Estill is our next door neighbor we took special note on the expressions of opinion on the famous reeort and thetreatment received at the hands of Riddcll Brothers The writer has attended almost every meeting of the Association in thepast sixteen years and we have never seen a crowd more highly delighted better pleased anti happier than was that of last week Estill Springs is a most delightful re sort in every particular Situated in the beautful mountains it is cool andsinviting The healthgiving qualities Of the waters are unsurpassed Them table is elegant being supplied with every substantial and delicacy a iarjri arm and garden together with quick service from the city markets can i fiord The rooms are cool neat and inviting There are plenty of servantsA ready to respond to every tall The rates are very reasonable aid It is very place for those worn out by illness and toil to recuperate It if i well known fact that Estill Springs is me of the very few summer resorts where gamblers and questionable char meters are positivelr forbidden Ladles ind children unaccompanied by molt scorts are just as safe thorn as in their iwn homes The grounds are shady and inviting you have the Kentucky her at hand for boating bathing and dihing while the dance hall is con eded to be the finest in the State An orchestra of six Cincinnati musicians ive two concerts dally plays during be meal hours and for the dancersi NOTES Mr T G Uuderw od of Hopkins villa was elected President for the en wing year v Mr A D Miller of the Climax was elected Vice President and according o custom wilt be elected President next summer JJfo prize for tho ugliest luau was ilTered this year as all know that Jlaronco Woods would get it and thert vonld be no fun of a contest The Eighth District League was Uglily praised for its entertainment iJeing iu vlieir baliwiok thu boys pu torth extra efforts to keep thecrowd aappy As n tribute of their hish esteem nembera of the Eighth IMstrictLeague resented Mr H It Smith of thoL A llaiiroad with a set of handsome xuives and forks A delightful feature of the many en ortaiuments was the reading by oMits Corino Parrent of Georgia who is the nest of Mrs A D Miller Miss Par rent is a young woman many charms and an elocutionist of tare ability I It would be impossible to bring to eether a buiich of prettier girls or hand somer matrons thaiii graced tho gather ing Mnny elegant costumes were worn worn at the gorman nnd banquet while diamonds sparkled as thickly and brightlv as stars on a clear night A hit of the meeting was the cigars mnads especlaBy for the l11utlng by the Richmond Cigar Factory Pretty Wrappers bore name etc while the amoke was elegant This company is an honor to our city arid every citizen should fell proud of tho Iniflitiosa it id doing Lobe Rlddetl can come about as Hear being everywhere at the sanib thmea5 any man we ever saw He pills laW wbo1e ueatt and eoul In Seeing that y cry ililnu runs BUjoatlsry and oil nre JtptA i ttalaii JhljiJit tlsysr Knstle a t f man and is highly thought of by all gntSts at the Springs Hotel Mayor Woods was highly compli mented on his masterly address for atewide prohibition It was con coded byall that he got the better ore argument Mr Woods is a fine speaker and as his whole heart and ul go out in this noble cause bis elo ence at times was sublime Elliott Riddel who is behind the counter at the Springs is a lovable and charming gentleman Polished in manners and conscientious toa fault he quickly wins the friendship of every guest Ills charming young wife takes a keen interest in the success of the resort and quickly won a warm spot in the hearts of the party She isa most delightful lady handsome andaccom plished A noticeable feature of these gather rigs ot newspaper men is the total ab driuklnKWeost every newspaper man in Kentucky and there is not a booze artist in the crowd Occassionally a fellow may take a little nip to cut the cob webs from his Irish channel but such a tjing as intemperance is unknown t Estill last week even the customary nail was not driven into the punch The city of Irvine is wide awake and chock full of business The people are wholesouled honorable clever set And have a word of cheer and welcome to every visitor There mire many good stores all filled with upt date iner alwaysigoodFirstI over the town in fact every street is bordered on both sides Tare monu ment of publicspiritedness was highly commended by the newspaper men and juch Expressions as wish our town would wake and do this wero heard Ernest Hays who killed his brother inlaw Jas Allen in this county some time ago has been arrested in Indiana and returned r i Boys Suits Lon Pants Ages 15 to 20 years Fine stylish suits allour newest at these bacgain prices f250 1500 for975 IO for 750 v1I For5About fifty Boys Long Pants Suits i best material and workmanship sizes 16tto 20 years not the latest styles regularfprices 10 to 5choice now for only 5 Great for school or everyday wear J QUALITY w be of b 2 BEGINNING JULY 1st COHH THE I WILL SELL ROUND TRIP TICKETS TO Xodollr and CoNewAtlantic City u 250 o J IA AlkAnlAsoury Park N J 23 SO 3000OceanSpring Grove N Y uh28 80 00 3000apeOeeanCityNJ2580000DlO ateegoingRound trip tickets to nit mountain summer rc ortn Good Oct 31 en15dauuUUUh 0ovenFor full information call on or addrcs4 AWntNYcnt Ky The Schlegel Studio Having been purchased by the undersigned wit be conducted under the samo management Tin Studio has been reequipped with therlatest fa cilittes and is pr pared to furnisii its patrons with the very best things photographic Th former patronage of the studio is requested Respectfully McGaughey Moberley J The newly married couple will be able to STRETCH that dollar the furtherest HERE in the furnishing of their NEST Not aloueare we lowpriced but WD are superbly stocked to meet the most exacting demands of the most particular in everything FURNITURE Itll pay you to secuse ourIprices and look out stocks over before you buy Try ourIEASY PAYMENT PLANyou will like it i jo yfJt J LJMANV and HlGiNSj2 i Fthtti tcStov sk i OppI HptetGlyniJoci Richmond kentucky t f HsquarWr fr SewingMuohhic Suppics frtl1vufJbine8 iIr ff tJTF1 jc J I IiTI L 5 T51 ijJ L It J ts w aYwav w11 r v a ir I C 0 c s7f11 ii Farmers4tIt j wanting repairs for tfie f t Milwaukee and Ghampion t tlIvest r Machinery 1 3 G nget same from ihev j v Richmond MEt Plumbing eo Phone 270 Richmond Ky H OWS THIS J Best ea 1 0 e COALS4OO 2000 Pounds Figure on above rate and see how much that is per bushel We have cheaper grades if wanted Harber Coal Company TELEPHONE 315 Third Street opposite L t A Depot RICHMOND KY J1BM StoufferOldest Established Tailoring inRichrnond Harvest Season is hreand when in need of a machine dont forget that v we handle the t y Deering Binders and Mowers n the machine noted for its light draftaridt w durability 7 1 Goodloe Curtis 001i 1 l 1 George Engtisti j l PLU MB I N G I r Doctor for 1 irtehsr l Ii Agents for Johnson 3 ttS YWfqr country anti uburban homes 121 E iil Street Pho 619 RIOHMOND ENTUO Y 1 4r z r tt r i p 1f7 WE WILL GIVE YOU A GOOD 1IOXESTND DURABLE JOB OF PAINTINGS You can possibly ret a socalled painter to paint your house for lcsq mont than we will chnrjre but will the work Ijc reliable and thimble Ourwork len are alt mechanics theydouse only the best materials strictly pure white lead pure linseed oil and the roost expensive colors If you wantjjood orka reliable nod durable job of painting one you will be proud of send for us If you otherfellowWe do only the best work and con sidering the grade of materials we use and the reliable results we give you ourprices are reasonable Let us Ucure with you W P BAXTER Phone ll Sterling Clothes ARE THE BEST- CLOTHES Bench Tailored Ready to Wear Guaranteed not to Shrink or Fade jfisSIS t0 years experience the factory guaranteein- suits all sizes from smallest boy to largest man Newest stock in city to select from Fine Line New St- yleFlats and Furnishing Goods Suit Cases Trunks Umbrellas etc at lowest prices for high class goods t Clothing and House HAPPENING AT POSSUM TROT Old Lem HarkIns Tells of Little Flurry Between Himself and the Hlghtowehs Ople Read told this one not long agoOld Lem Harklns ot Possum Trot had come Into the county judges of flee The judge said Why hello Lem Howdy ledge- Anything going on over at Pos sum Trotr Nuthln wuth dlvldlnV That sor- Teh nuthln wuth dlvldlnV Then after a pause Me an them High towehs aint been glttln along tight good fer a spell NoV Nah not right good After an other long expectoraUonpunctured pause the old man leisurely con tinned Totheh night about chloken roostln time Iwas asettln in th house arcadln uv my Bible when I heahs some shootln outside The ol woman was out thah afeedln th chickens I aint paid no tentlon t that thah shootln Putty soon thol paleanWhats th matteh or woman I says A lot o them Hlghtowehs Is out thah ashootln at me she says Nqw I dont like that Judge shootln round about my house an skeerln tip all them chickens when maybeklllln ovatefnwlndehThahoutside my fence with then guns I jet drape a few bullets amongst cm an goes back t my readln Next mohaln I goes out an looks whah them five Hlghtowehs had been gonebutf James Hunley Will buy or sell your house farm town lots orany thing else in the Rear Estate line Any business intrusted to hint will be promptly and Seehi ffIi i SKIM MILK CALVES THRIVE Those Fed by Bottle at Birth Soon Learn to Drink from Pall and for Themselves CareI These youngsters arc twins and as ttheir mother dial In giving birth to them they were raised on the milk of other cows At first they were fed from a bottle with a large nursing tube Soon how ever they learned to drink from the Twins bottle Itself and when a few days old were able to drink roman pall They were fed whole milk until three weeks old and then were given onehalf skim mille with onehalf whole milk and a little bran once a day When six weeks old they began to nibble oats and hay and soon grew mightily LIVESTOCK NOTES Keep salt either rock or barrel thong within reach of the cattle Pref erences differ as to which kind Is best A little grain for tho calves Is es sential and remember that the first years growth Is the most Important- n their lives Alfalfa mixed with other legumes and grasses will provide a great amount of feed and a pleasing variety for all classes of cattle Forage crops for soiling will keep the young stock growing and main tain the milk flow of the cows when the pastures get dry In late summer Dont let the high prices of wheat and feed grains Induce you to curtail your live stock operations Stock keeping is an absolute necessity In modem farming Its a great loss when the stock does not have plenty of green forage Temporary pastures of the small grains provide fine pasture and aro not nearly appreciated This season is unusually late and pasturage is far behind the average season It will pay to keep the pastures in good thrift and not have them gnawed down to the roots at the b ginning of summer The breeding bull should be kept In a thrifty condition at all times He needs good care and feed to do this The sires physical condition at the Ume of breeding exerts much Influ once on the offspring One of the great advantages ol mixed grasses for pasture Is that dlf ferent varieties mature at different seasons and some of them are al their prime feeding value at all time of the pasturage season USING A LANTERN IN STABLE Method of Placing Light In Barn tc Get Best Results No Danger of Overturning A good way to get a good light f stable and avoid all danger of the Ian tern being overturned Is to stretch i smooth wire from one end of the ban to the other just hack of the horses stalls Hang a lantern on a cornmoi harness snap and attach It to the win and slide the lantern wherever it Ii needed The wire should be big enough to be or of the way Sheep Manure Prof Roberts of Cornell University says the fertilizer produced by a sheep In a year Is worth 817 While th most of this is left in the pasture iti value to the farmer depends mud upon the condition of the grass there Many of our pastures are in such condition that they need breaking up ant reseedIng as much as they do fertll leers and until something Is done to remedy this trouble the value of thE manure made by the sheep would t some extent be wasted We kno that the sheep Improves the pasturE by killing many varieties of weeds and thus gives the grass a bettei chance but the sheep should not bi forced to live entirely upon weeds Feeding Cows Animals of the same variety are no alike and scarcely any two will d equally well on the same food End animals wants should be well sup plied if possible Cattle of dlfferen ages should be separated for feeding- as the weak ones will not do well with shyitand they should therefore be pu where they can not be domineered b superiors In strength Weaning Pigs Pigs should be at least eightweek old before they are weaned and If Is not intended that the sow shouli have a second litter it is best to allow the pigs to suckle until they jin ten to twelve weeks of ago Colic In rfbrses If the horses are taken off dry tee allowed to run to grass and work Thhorsecondition For Sale For wall paper see B Juett S Son They sell it and hang It at reasouabli prices You dont have to wait they have it in stock Phone 119 tL Fully Guaranteed It is satisfactory to know that an v article rurehased is fully guaranteed bj tho Company Such is the casn with Spitella Corset which is sold by MH 8 ADsatheraRO who will be please to fill all orders This corset is dnrab o and comfortable as Mrs DeatheraRe i8 prepared to fit any size ft C K Kluger the Jeweler 1060 Virginia Ave Indianapolis Ind writes I was so weak from kidney trouble that I conld hardly walk n hundred feet Four bottle of Foleys Kidney Remedy cleared my com thetlrrenow attend to business every day andi recommend Foleys Kidney Remedy to all snffeiers as it cured me after the doctors and other remedies had failed Foleys Kidney ItemedyWill cure a y case of kidney or bladder disease that it is not beyond the reach andHaganMoney to Loan on Good Farm Lands Tho Northwestern Mutual Liieln eurance Coi will loan money at riper cent interest on good Improved farm Iii4 onQrtlfllJ 4pltat JtOiQlmhsnls Atty f 11Ja Y I Destroys HairGermsRecentdiscoveries that falling hair is caused by germs at the roots of the hair Therefore to stop falling hair you must first completely de stroy these germs Ayers Hair Vigor new improved formula will certainly do this Then leave the rest to nature Does not change tire color of lire hairIForm 1 ers ale with each boltl Show It to your- doctor JUk blmabout it then do u hIJI Recent discoveries have also proved that dandruff is caused by germs on the scalp Therefore to cure dandruff the first thing to do is to completely destroy these dan erms Here the same Ayers Hair Vigorwill give the same splendid results Made by the J C Ayer Co Lowell Mau For Sale House avid lot 85x27 located on Irvine St Good hi use and cistern and all couveniencedtL 0 Schmidt Mild Laxativei for Baby Free The child of today is the parent of the future and whether it stows up healthy and strong or puny and weak depends upon the intelligence of its parents for most children arc born Into the world healthy but thousands become future weaklings between birth and the age of tcn when the parents are still in greatest control cause of trouble Is In the stomaA baby that Is digesting its food seldom cries and always looks cheer ful the little child whose stomach Is good romps and plays and never whines the Growing child learns well at school and la eager for fun If Its head Is clear and Its stomach light and that means if it has no constipation The best and safest way to cure any Irregularity of the stomach and bowels In children Is by the use of Dr Caldwcll Syrup Pepsin This Is a liquid laxative wonderful in its effect as Mrs John w Dunham Apple Creek 0 Mrs H L CuUara nainvllle Ind and numerous others can testify who give it to their children with extraordinary results A bottle only costs 50 cents or U acv cording to the size you want and even one 50cent bottlo will do a wonderful amount of in a family It can bo given to any member of the family In constipation sour stomach Indigestion torpid liver dyspepsia heartburn sick headache and similar digestive troubles It never gripes or strangles like pills tablets salts and powders which oldnot be given to children women or folksyou havea child or other member of the family who needs but has never used laxative tonic send your name trialeway you can find out what it will do without personal expense If thereIs anything about your ailment that you dot understand or if you vr it any medical advice wita to the doctor and t trill answer you fully Ttt1C la no charge for this se ice Tho address Is Dr W B Caldwoll 500 Caldwell bide aioaticello STOCKTON HAGAN If you are going to sell out and want your goods to bring all they are worth get Shearcrn KyLto conduct your sale Hi charges are reasonable I Resumed Business Having been out of the painting and piper busings for nbint fur vein have d cidrd to again rcsmn this clue of work and use this method to ask a share of your patronage gum ttotep recl1eitIrnJ Mtdisin county are familiar with my work I such ns paper hanging painting var wishing etc I shall take great pleasiu in making estimates on any work you may deairein this line no matte spfondillinerThanking you for past favors and iarllfst1ysoHctln a share or ydlu uture bueiuotu I am Uetpeclfull WL Leeds lot Second St t tf K irh m on il Kv t eW Brqs t Y tl RestaurantEverything and UptoDate eMeals served at all hours on the shortest notice We thedREASONABLE PRICES Our Dining Room is clean and inviting and we can please you in every way SoftDrinls served fresh and in best manner Call and see us CHRIS Pe ENRiSHT PROPRIETORd FIRST STREET I With Zarings Patent Flour n good baker becomes even sifter Anal even an it experienced one tati set eat isacnr respire Iftllgiilrthlesnt turn nigottl bispitilp Uentl or tale dont bldiiio her at pnco Itm i he LpringsPateptdada to dgutzllautsabewfl4 dvbtar- StliIt tttt tl + co ai GreatReduction1 As the season is growing late we have decided to make a clean sweep x of our stock of spring and summer goods and beginning WednesdayfJUNE 19th 1 we will slash prices on everything This is a rare chance to buy UHYGODDS 3 DRESs GOODS NOTIONS 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 some of the best bargains ever offered in this section oL the State Remember we handle only the best grtid of merchandise and have no old stock to workoff An inspection will prove our statements =i = ====JJ= = == == h =XYX =C cx= ==r===x== =C== NITEMAIN STRE- ETRICH1VOND 1 KYlaL L Ky1 Carriage Wcrk B M LACKEY Prop Carriages Runabouts Buggies Road Wagons Surreys Carts We handle the lest rl1l1s on the market and sell them on an absolute guarantee of satisfaction J I Prices Always Lowest For Sale A No 1 carriage in gaud coiiiiiioti prariically new or sale chrap Also a two seat trap wbchntay likewise be Ionght at a oarpsitn May bo FCIH CoIUJoliofi 1 general Blacksmith Carriage and Buggy Painting Special Attenfon to RepairingBtggiesr Farm Machinery We Put On The Best Rubber Tires Made Our Facilities For j Firnclu Honnhoeing Are Unsurpassed Shop at Ky Carriage Works WALL PAPER WcJiave added to our busi ness aHue of Wall Paper consisting of the Latest and Most UI ToDatt Patterns from 5cts a bolt up We are practical in this line of work find will be pleased to have you call andget our price Estimates furnibhedforany- sort of interior decorations 13 Juetl Son Phone 449 145 First st It is always cheapest- in the long run to get the best We do the very b- estConcrete WorkGive us your order and you will be well pltasedaud thoro y satisfied R1 K Stone Phone 432 farlyMarcb are now selling HATS AT YOUR OWN PRICE Come early and get big bargains rl Gl duater can best be made here We htvea splendid as SOl ment of smallGold Jewelry Watches Chains Bracelets LeI kets NecklacesAlfof the very best arid of the charac tel that will give mutual pleasure both the vrecipient and thC purchaser All specially lriced fob thIs occasion Youl exu oiuatidn ja resptutfully solicited i TTAYE Ei t ADJ Er f lcl ArfreaW tillwl 2 r e tile fJodison County Fair Fair Grounds RICHMOND KY Wednesday Thursday Friday t ug8 Aug 19 Aug 20 l 3DAYS3ILiberal Premiums Fine Music FLORAL HALL STect y H C DO SURVEYOR Solicits the Patronage of the Goner a Public Prices Reasonable See him or write Union City Ky New Method Teeth Ext without PAIN fj Dr Hobson KYi i We have just received a car load of Red Cedar Shingles r and ShinglesTryThe Best Roof Made t Rough and Dressed Lumber of aUp Kinds Doors Sash and MIllwork ED BLANTON COMPAlllr Telephone 425 KS Near L A Depot WE HANDLE THE GENUINE S 1J Brown and New Western 1 U L TIVATORS THE GENUINE n MALTA Double Shovel Flows Tobacco Hoes Etc 4f McCormick BindersitX t Mowers Rakes Eta j lnAYLURrk ty L r AND Z 0L011A Ii t f k 1111- 1011