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Digital page images are linked to the text file. n J I 1 ffJ N r wi it t TI1EA RICHMOND CIIMAXj f J VOLUME36 i r RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAYS JULY 111909 NUMBER 0 f J tz WALL PAPER ROVERSHot l THE FAMOUS McCRAYT EFRIGEIiTORS The Refrigerator Is the guardlaofyourtood ntig 1upo nit depends whether jou shall enjoy Vhat food IB Yresh and perfect condition How im portant then becomes the election tie tho actual hcaithof yourself and family andthe economizing of the household dally rexpeases are equally concerned Takeno chances Bny a McCray recognized everywhere as superior to all others in Insulation circulation and dainage Buy now the opportunity is yours The saving in Jour ice blfCnisoon pay for It Read what reduction in prices we are makiog J Quarters wed golden oak porcelain lined galvanized iron shelves Mosaic tile bottom regular price f95 special price too 00 Golden oak enamel lined regular price 1145 special price 32 00 Goled oak opal lined Mosaic tile bottom regularprice O60 00 Golden quartered oak nil tllo lined regular price f65 58 00 Golden oak white wood lined regular price f45 35 00 Golden oak opal lined slightly damaged regular price 60 25 00 Canopy top and other style Hammocks J Paul Sawyers original Drawings Kentucky Scenes C F Brewer Go Furniture Carpets Draperies Wall Papers and Art Goods t MAIN AND BROADWAY LEXINGTON KY When in Needof Plastering or Concret- eMATERIAL SEE BURNS1DE ROBINSON Office and Warehouse on L N R R PHONE 142 RICHMOND We also handle all kinds of Feed We Sell May Manton Patterns J Oc Each he Right Way to get goodwork is o buy your paper from and up to date ne and get an uplodate paper hanger Farm and Stock In several counties in Texas last week new wheat was b ing bought from the thresher at 1 35 per bushel This means that flour will make another big jump in the near future Tho Falmouth Pendlclonian says The pooled wool crop in Pcndlcton county deliveied at Falmouth last StorageWarehouse shipped this week The wool deliver ed aggregated 10587 and brought the neat sum of about 3000 Philadelphia Press If there is the same increase this year in the values of farm product as there has been every year fora decade thcv will exceed 8000 0 0 030 That is over tour times the value of all the products of American farms In the Philadelphia Centennial rear Out put of the farms is doubling every fifteen years Reports from the Green River dis trict of Kentucky stale that agents of the Green River Tobacco Association are now going through the county securing pledges for the pooling of the 1909 crop Considerable success in getting the farmers to sign up is re ported and it is claimed that the pledges this year will bo more numerous than last Tho home Warehouse organization at Owenshoro is also circulating pledges and report numerous signers Leonard B Clore the Indiana corn king who won tho grand sweep stakes at the Chicago corn show and captured it again at Omaha last win ter carrying home special prizes valued at 14000 will be barred out of the National Corn Show next Decem ber because his white dent corn has reached so near perfection that growers in other Stats think it not worth while to compete Mr Clore Is con side ring a proposition to go to Russia to teach Russian farmers how to grow cornThe Equity Journal says there is a man in Indiana who is a millionaire from no other source p be admits than buying eggs whbn they were cheap in the summer and preserving them and holding till winter for pro fitable prices He commenced with nothing ills profits last year were more than 100000 Of conrse any farmer who is built on the idea tlat Phone 412 W BAXTER f 1ITGIVES RESULTS tLIGHT ANATOM CORRECT o P Th8BESi The SMITHSONIAN BRAGS 1 a five cents now is better than ten cents in six months from nuw will be in no danger of catching the millionaire fever A bulletin from the New York Ex periment Station shows how impor tant lime and moculation are for alfalfa In 103 tests where mocultt ing soil from the Station fieldwas sent to farmers for use on their own fields 60 crops were successful while only 25 adjoining unmoculated plats rave good crops In 64 tests where lime was used all hut 6 plats showed and 27 plats were changed from failure to succojs by liming Where both moculation and limo were used t7 per cent of the crops were successful while less than 25 per cent of tho untreated plata succeeded Tiffs Will Interest You Every one should be benefited by taking Foleys Orino Laxative for stomach and liver trouble and habitu It sweet ens the stomach and breach gently stimu lates the liver and regulates tho bowels and is much superior to pills and ordinary laxatives Why not mussHOLD IN ANY- POSITlcm We make FittingTrusses Perry and Thomas improvement constipation todaySold Great Surgeons Fee Many anccdocs are toldof the kind ness as well as klllof the late Dr T Bull wh so loss is not only rc cretted by New Yorks400 who knew his ministrations there and at New p rt but by the poor as well An acquaintance tells this story as typi cal of the man Shortly before he was stricken wish his fatal illness a young Eastside physician calledat his office and said that he was attending a poor girl over in his neigh borhood who would surely die unless operated on The family was too poor topay and the doctor did not feel that he was equal to the opera tion Would Dr Bull glyo him a proceed3Pc1Itake a look at the patient said Dr Bull putting on his coat They found the patient in an East Side tenement and in less time thin it takes to tell it Dr Bull had the operationWhenthe girl met him in the hall and forced a quarter into his hand Dr Bull thanked him and went oil feel ing as happy happier than if ho had got1vel1Philadelphia r A Growing Order According to the last report just completed the K of P Ordur in Kentucky is in a most flourishing condi tion and growing rapidly The now Lodges were instituted during the year making now172 in all with a membership of 13325 This mem bershipcomprises one Past Supreme Chancellor 18 Past Grand Chancel loss 2327 Past Chancellors 10854 Knights 55 Esquires and 70 Pages During last year the sum of 2642413 was expended by the Order in lieu tucky fur the relief of sick members and for funeral benefits The assets of the various subordinate lodges In elude cash 3163160 real estate OUl07 paraphernalia and furni ture tJ5 730 71n Warm Weather Donts Duni mow your yard with a lawnmower at 4 in the morning you bavi neighbors living hear This has been known to cause the neighbors to be come overheated Dont tliiiik you can be made cooler by a large consumption of alcoholic spirits for their cooling effect on tIm way down is morethan counter bal anced by their warming effect after wards Dont run or walk long distances in the heat of the day Use an automo bile Dont ask a man if it is warm enough for hits He is likely to make it too warm fur you Djut laugh too heartily at anything for excessive laughter in hot weather has been known to induce apolexy Dont argue Nobody who disagrees with von will be convinced by an argu nent anyway Dont whip the children merely be cause you are warm and want to take it out on somebody Dout lap viciously at flies Remember flies have feelings Dont worry about whether the boss will give you vacation He wontDont pay any attention to the above advice unless you agree with it If you aro sick Foleys Kidney Rem edy will help youeven if you have ho pronounced symptoms of kidney trouble It strengthens the kidneys so they will eliminate impurities from the blood that upCt8 the system and depress tho nerves causing exhaustion and loss of vigor than ioloys Kidney Remedy will quickly over come and restore your health Commence today and you will feel bet ter at once Pleasant to take Sold by Stockton Hagan julnt The Wrong Way is to buy ilQlold stock and get anybody to hang iL for you Phone r FOR YOU m A cheerful pretty tx your day in a haven of rest for tlAnd all day long it To make a pretty Mtasteful furniture costs a lot A 4 you prefer bureau maple is especially two straight back f screwed on to a closet shirtwaist box TIiPAPErWerepeated in curtains a light I not cost very much room Come in Dont forget to get r That is what makes t No other mattress is Made in four t j Windsor at t other adrertired t If you roB part t f i return your money i Day Phone 76 VVSO ROL 11 j Night 136 229 I THE HUSTLING CASH 30 Days Reduced Prices May Manton Patterns 10c Each Owing to our having been so hindered during the early spring season by the repairing on our store front twe find ourselves withentirely top many spring goods to carry over Therefore for the next thirty days we will offer our customers j ti EXtraordinaryi NTlIEk1I41esSf = therfixed tt r principle of telling the truth about our merchandise and giving our patrons the most and the best for their money It has been our greatest1 t J 1 1 r = desireto have pur friends buy from us without any fear of misrepresentation on our part and to command greater volume of business bNi K absolutely honest methods living up to what we say either in advertising or otherwise We now tell you that you can buy anything in 1 summer goods in our store at reduced prices and we ask you to come and see if this is true before passing judgment We will not name j many prices but we have stocks ofgoods to sell and it will be very profitable to you to make us a visit Especially low prices on all Ready tc t o wear Goods Waistst Suits Skirts etc We have knifed to the bottom all mens light weight clothes Tal 9 about cheap we willsur 4 i i t f prise you by offermg suits from 98yrj VERY RESPECTFULLY YOURS r c c 0 Ham e toii Bros r r- r i 9i ift vR r MAIN IST j I RICHMOWtYu J I i IIIJ ih J Ta18 r 5 i Keep Cool and Comfortable Wearing lIIunsinO Union T i Suitsi N The very nicest underwear you can buy also the most economical They are perfect fit ting fine quality light weight noniritating and nonchaffing Once you wear the Munsing Underwear you will always wear it PRICES RANGE FROM 5Oc to 15O OWEN IVIcKee un The Richmond Climax nilllSlEO fiERY IT THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO Incorporated A D MILLER PreVt and Mnngr LOUIS LANDRAM Editor Mmier ol PRESS and FBICE 100 PER YEAR INADVACK- WEDNESDAY JULY 11 1909 TIlE death of William Roberts keeper of the Madison county poor house was particularly sad when it is remembered that his demise Vas caused from overexertion in working with a patient who had become de lerious This occjrrence should lead the fiscal court to reconsider its recent action in refusing to donate a a sum to the Pattie A Clay Infirmary and attempt to attend to the patients- at the poor house The eight hundred dollars gLen the Infirmary paid for the care and attention of all pau per patients and they had every at tention needed We do not question the courts sincerity of belief that the new plan was the best but the death of Roberts is enough to prove the plan will not work We would respectfully suggest that thn court reconsider the matter and should the members decide to return to the old plan we are satisfied that they will not only be doing a good turn by the unfortunate patients but at the same time assist the Pattie A Clay Infirmaryone of the best and most worthy Institutions in the county PLAYING another mans game will always be a popular sport while human nature is human nature Show a man a pair of loaded dice or a deck of marked rrds and lor some reason he Is Immediately seized with a wild desire to beat them knowing all the time that the chances are against him A gambler always has a sure percentage against him in a professional gamer yet there is sel dom lack of patrons where gambling I runs openly As Josh Billings says Theres lots of human nature In folks IT is said that the AntiSaloon Leaguels not now desirous of being adopted by any political party Still you know that a politician knows a poitlcal issue when ho sees it and before the Lea 1e knows what it is about it is likely to be forcibly lib ducted by some political party The League should remember also that in case of abduction the abducted one is required to cry out as loudly as possible against Its abductor before its case has a standing In law THE Democrats of the City ol Louisville have at last concluded to quit fighting among themselves and make a united attack on the enemy the Republican party They have putout a fine ticket and Its election is aforegono conclusion TJ Democrat out in the state will only follow suit the state can be redeemed and that too by an overwhelming majority IT isnt to hard to make money if you only go aBbut It systematically There is the case of the welldressed highwayman who itivthe middle of the afternoon walked Into a big bank in the tort Worth Texas one of the largest cities of the South and calm ly made the cashier produce some fSOOO after which the bandit leisure ly disappeared In the crowds r ITS hard for a girl to be both popu i f lar and pretty so she general evotes liojrtlme to being just one of these t things IN time of heat prepare for cold by laying in your tvinlei4 coal supply While it Is cheaper 0 r W4fNwft arela the rW4 lY Ml lSNn 1f1 1 A young married woman weeps if her husband fails to kjss her on his leaving the house and an older married woman weeps if he does Each thinks it Is a suspicious cir cumstance and theyre not far wrong AND now that Terinessee is a prohibition state the alleged drouth in the South is extended Alleged has a meaning to one who has traveled in the socalled prohibition i states of the south A Book entitled A Dsrnphool in the Kentucky Legistature Is being printed in Lexington Nicholasville NewsThe author should bemore explicit Waich one LOTS of people never find out until It is too late to do them any good that the only rpason that they are not happy is because they do not know how to appreciate small things A party of Dayton newspaper men t lok a trip in a balloon Since the railroads cut off newspaper passes je editor has been sorely put to It for methods of transportation STANDING news item The Wrights are repaning their aeroplane today preparatory to making another flight Sounds a good deal like automobile language doesnt iti THE government experts are still trying to determine the question What is whisky Some people think its the same as General Sherman said war was A bullfighter was killed during a contest In Mexico City Those bullfights are becoming near ly as brutal as our football games IF you are not wealthy and do not belong to a prominent family you dont stand much chance of being murdered or divorced SOMEBODY is going to make a tremendous hit some day bystart lug a barber shop in which all the barbers will bedeaf mutes THERE is a growing suspicion that Congress is more anxious to adjourn than it is to bring about the right kind of tariff measure THAT old advertising headline Why be fat seems especially sig nificant this kind of weather Tug Wrights aeroplane was all right except that it wouldnt fly A happy thought for today No body can make you cut tbo lawn SOME people are born poor and others acquire automobiles New Firni T C Vaughn has purchased the poultry business formerly c nducted ny Harvey Neff The styiof the new firm is the Richmond Poultry Egg 00nnd the business will be conduct ed on a much larger scale thsn hereto are Democrats Get Busy The ticket just named by the Re publicans in thiseounty is composed of good men as all are aware Tbii being the case and the fact that the Rads announce that they are going to light to the last ditch the Democrats should now lay aside any possible petty differences which may exist in their ranks and buckle on their armor to light the common enemy Madi son county is safely Democratic when all go to the polls and vote but luke warmness hasPlost several battles as is well known Now why not waLe up to the situation and resolve to do your duty by the party Our ticket is composed of men thoroughly corn petent men whose characters are above reproach and who wlllgive the county an administration of which all will have cause to be proud Dost let any little raisuaderataHdlBg or lukewaroine5S swerve you from your duty andtt 2ip is absolutely BO tatbi of our party fiomBjbHt of theNovea 1 bee dqItiW u1Ii4 jTersonais T i D A Thomas of Lancaster wa here Sunday Dr Hugh Gibson has been in West Virginia a few days Mrs Annie Chambers is visiting relatives In Louisville Miss Mary Miller is In Lancaster visiting Miss Katie Lee Denny 0Dr T N Baker of Atlanta Ga has been visiting relatives here Mr Thos Burnam is visiting his uncle Rev Logan in Somerset F W H Clayof Pittsburg Pa is visiting relatives in this city Mr and Mrs H BHangerand son visited in Lexington yesterday Mr and Mrs Joe Boggs have re turned from a visit to Cincinnati Miss Mabel Letton of Falmouth had been visiting Miss Sallie Wagers Mrs Mote Robinson of Marcellus is visiting her son Frank Robinson Mr Coleman Warford of Lawrence burg visited relatives here last week Mrs Davis of Campbellsvillc is with her sister Mrs Thos Douglass Mr and Mrs Thos Adams have been spending a few days ln Kich mondMrs D W Kirkman of Albany Ga is visiting her sister Mrs J J EmbryRev Hugh McLellan has closed very successful meeting at Bethelhem churchMrs Burke of Covlngton is visit- Ing bet parents Mr and Mrs Jakt CollinsMr Geo Hagan and family ol Oklahoma City are hero for a visit tc relatives Miss Belle Bcnnette has returned trom several months stay in Cali forniaMr W G Kemper cashier of the Peoples flank Paint Lick was In town Thclma and Margaret Bright of Louisville arc visiting Miss Ruble Fowler Miss Mary Hudson of Danville has been visiting her sister Mrs Frank Robinson Miss Annie McKee has been quite ill for several days at her home on Second street Mrs D D Geiger and daughter of Huntington W Va are visiting relatives here Mrs A P Allis of Lexington is the guest of MrsW Eo Luxon on Tales Creek road Mrs TCCarr of Lexington Is visiting Mrs Alice Tribble and other relatives in the county Mr James Black of Winchester visited his wife and baby at the home of her parents Sunday Mrs Peter Parrish and daughter left last week for a visit to her son Owen Parrish In Texas Hoifl Joiiii B Chenault of Mays vlllei spent Sunday with his mother MfrfT T D Chennnlt Hon W R Shackelford and Wm Thomas are attending the Elks con vention In Los Angles Cal Mr C A Jones of Texas is visiting his sister and family Rev and Mrs H J Clark at Waco Misses Minnie Wagers Anne Cohen and MM Irene White will leave tomorrow for Olympia Springs Mrs A D Miller and daughter Elizabeth are visiting her brother Richard Gentry in Nashville Tcnn Mrs James Wilcox and son of Daytona Fla are guests of her parents Rev Clark and family at Waco Mrs Geffrey Morgan of White Station Is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs John White at Nicholas villA Mrs M Eada and Mrs Dykes of Eord were here Monday to attend the funeral of the latent of Mr and Mrs LipsGomb Mrs J S Miller and daughter XI JessIe after K visit te relatives fcttt key retxrsd U tWIr kaw SitrIrL1 1F ttfti MM Fwtti l fJ lisa Corlnne after a delightful visit Ith relatives here have returned to heir home in Atlanta Gaf We are glad to note a decided im rovement In the condition of Robert iurnatn Jr who has been suffering rom typhoid fever Stanford Journal Mr and Mrs S Rice spent Tuesday at Ric- haiondMiss Mae Phelps of Richmond is with Mrs R C Hockcr Mr and Mrs James Brock re turned to their home in St Louis Sun day They were called here by the serious Illness of Mr Brocks mother Mr and Mrs B F Hudson Mr and Mrs TB Walker of Lancaster were here Friday to see Mrs Ann Walker who continue critically Quite a number of Richmond peo pie are ejoying the weekend trips to Estill Springs These visits arc being made by many people from Central KentuckyDr E Million has moved hill office from State Bank building to rooms formerly occupied by Mc Gaugheystudio over Stanifer Sopors Miss Mary Bates Shackelford gave a delightful dance Thursday evening in honor of her guests Misses Edna Staccy of New York and Lota Leeter of South Bend Ind A post card from Mr T J Smith who is representing the local lodge at the Elks grand lodge in California says he is having s big time and en joying the trip very much Mr I G Ballard who Underwent a serious operation has recovered rapidly and is able to walk up town His friends are delighted to see him- ont again Louisville Courier Journal Mrs Mamie Stockton of Chicago who ha been visiting Mrs H C Stockton it Richmond is now the guest of Mr and Mrs E B Hume on Second St IlLs legion of friends are glad t know of the improvement in conditioi of Wm Smith of the State Hank Trust Co Mr Smith has been quitt ill but Is out of danger Winchester SunSentinel Mrs E H Patterson of Richmond was her Tuesday with friends M D Yale jf Richmond washere Tuesday Shelbyville News Miss Eliza etl Vleguiar of Chicago has gone tc Richmond to visit Mrs Hugh MeLd lan after a visit to her sister Mrs ryor Beard Misses Katherine Got md Rebecca Goodman have returner from Estill Springs and friends in Sun Among the other nterestlng events of the meeting yere the readings given by Miss Cor ine Parrent of Georgia who was vith Mr and Mrs A D Miller Mis Parrent was fine and with her art as t recittionist was the means of aid ing the entertainment committee in its delightful program Mayor C E Woods has been ap pointedone of the delegates to thi ational Editorial Association whlcl aiects at Seattle Wash July 10 tt 23 A side trip to Alaska will be ta ken by the editors who will also b entertained by Wm Jenning Bryan m the return trip Mr Woods wil vill leave in a few days fpr Chicago tc join the party Mrs D M Chenault attended the family reunion at the beautiful coun try home of Mrs Callie Gay neal Winchester Tuesday For a number of years it has been the custom of tin lescendants of Nelson Prewitt and Mary Coleman Prewitt hIs wife tl have a family reunion of the Prewitt ramily each year A delightful din ner was served in the open air am1 the day will long be remembered b those present Lexington Herald A crowd of girls and boys and their chaperones left his morning for Boonesboro whets hey are to camp They were then last summer and know the place t be charming one for such a camp boating fishing swimming being among the amusements promised In the party are John Doty and Jo Beardof Richmond MrsC D Chenault will chaperone and will b joined by Mr and Mrs Jas Crutcher ilso of Richmond The newspaper people of Kentucky who met tho IJridc at several meetings of the Press Association were greatl surprised to learn of the marriage of VIIW WUmer Bryant and Mr Harrold P Vanarsdale of Harrodsburg The vcdding took place at Lexington Wednesday afternoon The bride Is a very attractive young woman and was given the prize last fall as the most beautiful girl attending the meeting The Climax joins jn wish ing for her a long and happy life Notwithstanding the fact that rain elfin torrents a good size audience ittended the recital given by Miss Corrine Parrent at the court house Monday evening The entertainment was given for the benefit of the P A J Infirmary Miss Parrent whose home is now in Atlanta Is as she was introduced Monday evening a grand laughter of Madison county and wellknown to our people The program was well selected and each number applauded liberally Miss Patrent is a young wqnian of great beauty and grace and her platform work is equal to that of those of long experience Possessed of a remarkably sweet and strong voice together with an ease and grace seldom to be seen she Is equipped to win an en viable reputation and that she will accomplish this There is not a shadow of doubt During the evening some byMissesand Harriet Parrish On Advertising Says an exohangeIOU you toot little tooter and then lay away your horn theres not A soul in ten davs will know that you were born The man who gathers pumpkins is the man who plows all day and the man who keeps a humpin is the man wi d makes it pay The man who asIvertiwith short and sudden jerks ill the man who blamts the editor because it never works The man who gets the bnsi ne8s baa a strong and steady pull he keeje his trade and paper from year to yer quit full Ho plans his adve- rfesImiti Ia A t9t tfal Leniwt way MM MC f9MtfjU kMlO1 lisf BASIEkAJLRICHMOND At RICHMOND I League Park 330 p m Downey SUmd Chilis Won Lost Pet Richmond 40 017 Winchester u at 2J to PnrIlLu 21 29 00 Frankfort oou n si JLexington moo 31 41 Sltclbyville 14 43 Paris 6 Richmond 2 In the slowest game of the season Richmond went down iu defeat at the hands of the Paris team last Wednesday afternoon by the score of 0 to 2 It was all but a shut out for the Pioneers for ie was not until the ninth session that they were able to Ret a man around the circuit Our boys were badly off edge both in fielding and batting letting in scores on errors uid faillngto send runs across by not littine at opportune ttmes Of course sverybody is glad that this one is a thing of the past Cmstock was on the mound for the locals and although he allowed eight hits with better support the score voukl have been quite different from what it was Winchell pitched for Paris and was rather wild but he got inrboys to hit at enough wild ones to live bates on balls Had they let hem alone he would have walked at east every third mali But the game gone and it is not worth while to 0 talk of the what might have been Thescore1123450 78 0R PlrisO0401010006t- tichmond0 0 0 0 00 0 II 22 Lose To Paris Again The Pioneers lost another game to Pris Sunday by the score of 4 to 3 It caB a close and exciting game it re Ittiring ten innings to decide it Tilt core stood 8 to 1 at the beginninir of he ninth round but our boys got buy ml sent two runs across in their hall f this inning tying the score In the nth it looked as though we would ertainly win but with three men on lases ansi nobody out the necessary tit Wits not forthcomintc Wills and coole wore the opposing pitchers uniT though Wills pitched the best ball rtole came out winner Comstocl litched the tenth inning and two errors tnd outscored the winning run foi Paris The score1 23 150789 IOR aris200100000 11 lichmond 0 u 100 0 00 2 03 Brilliant Game No more brilliant game has been sei Zero than that played between Rich npnd and Frankfort Monday after ton Sensational play alter seiua tonal play was pulled oil and tin rowd was keptJn constant expectancy vomlerjnc what would be done next tlaloney Richmonds fast renter ielder made the star play of tfie after soon when he ran fully thirty yard nd pulled down a liner from Zur ages hat with his bare hand Wlier he ball was hit it looked good for a east three bases but Maloney race cross the field and as the ball starlet ly he made a jab with his right hand uid to the surprise of all it stuck thos who was playing left field al host duplicated this catch a little mrlier in the game the only differ mce being that he got to his with both lands He made a hard run and mac i splendid catch Another feature 01 he game was the splendid pitching 01 renger arid the catcuing of Pawson reager was in fine form allowing onlj wo hits and striking out nine men En only two innings the first and tititli did more than three men fact lira They went down iu one tw farce order in seven timings Daweoi rasa tower of strength behind the bal ind his coaching of Creager was tupcib He seemed to know weakliest if each batter and Creager showed plendid control by putting the bal vherever Dawson told hm Tilforr isocame in for his share of applanst or his fast fielding and timely hitting iis threebagger in the second sent Cuox home In the fourth Knox sen awson home with a threebagger ti center Frankforts only score came in the first round after Slrader had struck out Long made a hit Augemeir advancer tim on an out and Zuriage sent hini home within hit over short Yantz re ired the side by striking out After his Creager had everything his was The mighty Hasty Wright pitch id for the Lawmakers and Isle offerings rere just to the liking of our bovs ninp hits being gathered off him Dawson was the man with the big a cY HP jot three hits out of four times up hose ad Baird followed him with Wo each In the absence of Woinbel who is no longer with the team that rand hardworking player Whittaker played third lime He bad only one chance and accepted that in nice style The Fcore 123460789 It Richmond 1 10 0000 x 3 Frankfort u 1 0000000LN- ever can tell when youll mash a linger or suffer a cut bruise burn or jcald Be prepared Dr Thomas Kclectric Oil instantly relieves the painquicklycures the wound Leave your measure for a Spring and Jninmer Suit at StOufTers tf Tax Removed The Kentucky delegation led by Senators Pavnter and Bradley has la bored successfully to put leaf tobacco 011 the free list This ought td go far to allay diEcontent and abolish night riding in the tobacco Jistrlgt At Jauy rate it brings more than one buyer in to the market Free Tuition to State Uni versity Madison county will be entitled to three appointments to fieo t ilion in tbeState University at Lexington Ky P6rsons desiring to try for said appoint ments are hereby notified that a coin patltive examination will be hejd at the Court House in Richmond on Friday aad Saturday July 28 and 21th 1901 Two of the snid appointments will be iool until appointees shall have finish ed course in said Uriiveisity and one will ho good for two years The prjvi leges of appointees arc flea tuition matiicalation fees and room rent The examination will begin alteR oclock Friday July 23fd tiIQd i o- fcMw Jis i i LOSING FLESH summer can be prevent by taking SCOTTS EMULSION lea as beneficial in lumnwr as in winter If youare weak and run downitwill give you strength and build you up Take It ta allule 0014 milk or wtu Cetasnbctticnow AlIDrveJIItaI The Lamb Trade It was thought by many that trio speculators who engaged lambs early in the season were paying too much and would lose money the contrary has proved to be true and they are making good profits and it nqw looks as If August lambs would bring about as ood a price as those taken on an earlierdate CORRESPONDENCE PANOLA Mrs Mayme Fain and little son Elmo Jerome of Beattyville is visiting her mother Mrs W R Woolery this week Mies Annie Gum has returned to tier horn on Red Lick after spending uwf days here with relatives MrJatnes Back of Jackson the Orerbacker Colfee salesman was the guest of Jt H Wills this week air W V Wilkerson has returned to Lexington after spending several days with Dr and Mrs Johnston Mr M Aljogsdon of this place and MUs Dora Bracher of Berea surprised their many friends Wednesday by go- ltigto Winchester and getting married ifter which they returned to the homo of the groom where a nice supper was twaiiing them Those present at the upper were Mrand Mrs J B Mize Mr and Mrs J H Will Misses Lamb Pearl and Ollie Cox Dew and Elden Logsdon Mr and Mrs Ix gsdon will sake this their home as he is a flier ohant of this place also post master RUTHTON The public school opened hero Mon lay in charge of Miss Frona Williams md with large attendance Miss Williams has taught several successful schools in the county and the patrons t the school are very Klall to eectttt her services Master Ammon Williams from Hugh Ky is visiting Mr and Mrs George Cates Misies lIatlie and Martha Klngand Bissie Clark visited Miss Utile Singei Sunday Miss Lizzie Smith has returner from a weeks stay at Valley View Mr and Mrs Jacob Tussy arid little laughter from Round Hill spent Suiu lay wi JiMr and Mrs James Griggs Miss Emma Sowers from Cottonlinrt ms been a recent visitor with lilts Vbner Long Mrs Lemuel Whittaker and Mis Daisy Cruse from Kiiksville were quests ot Mrs Jorume Cotton and Mies Ethel Garrettrecently Leone the little daughter of Mro ieoigo Cates has been on the sictc list ut has convalesced 4 Mater Hewaton Slngur has been on tie sick list Mr Robert Malloy died Wednesday night of old age lie was about eighty three years old and was highly re jected Two children John Malloj jf Ruhmond and Mrs CalViu Bowers if 3 ttonburg survive him The remains of Mrs James Best off if Garrard were interred in the Gilead Odinotery lat Fnday Deceased was formerly a resident of this place when the was much beloved fur list beauti ful Christian Spirit and kind at d neighborly ways She was Jaitlifu md devoted as a wife mother friend ind neighbor We would endeavor to comfort those bereaved onus vh mourn her loss by assuring them this the same Kindly Lluht which guided her here has conducted tier home Public Sole The Board Of Education ol Richmond will sell sit public auction on the premises on ThursdayJuly 2209 jit 2 pm A Nice Lot on Hill Street This lot is about 100 x 200 feet and will divided and sold and then offered as a whole the best price realised will be accepted Terms made known on day of sale For further particulars call on or address JOHNALLMAN A D MILLER Committee Mm Ins titu t Richmond Ky lit M 01 Ml 1 IOpens 14m For Catalog Write Je Cassiday ioRt hmoo lXcRtudty + tl L IIrir W 0 Oldham dCo j l l iS w n J17Jr s 0 A 4Ati ttjjft +i rI 7 r Ve7yrt f Dry Goods r T Notions t i if Shoes i f Clothing 1 1 Furnishings r ii f f l 14i i I t Busy Bee Cash Store Notice Of Dissolution Notice is hereby given that the Paint Lick Creamery Co Incorporat ed has by mutual consent been die solved All parties indebted to said company will come forward at once and settle same and all having claims against the same will file them imnjed lately Board ofDirectors by JUH W S Walker Pres Wanted To rent small farm close to Rich mond Want immediate possession Leave information at The Climax of lIce 2t For Sale New set pony harness antI cart In perfect condition Roy C White cut a well cut a s GET READY FOR T- HEBerea FairAugust d7t f 909 Large Premiums and Liberal Purses GOOD RACING EVERY DAY X iJ Come Everybody Enjoy a load Time r I J W HERNDON Pres E T FISH Secv l = C =ea 2 Co = = 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female trouble TAKE CAR0IIII 1 For Womens Ills I Mrs Fannie Isevenyearsseven years with female trouble Every month I would very nearly die with my head ann back I took 12 bottles of Cardui and was cured Cardui is a Godsend to suffering women Try it AT ALL RUq STORES finSTHIS IS THE SEASON FORpa j Jei41egeEczi4Les J j We have every kind fresh and nev at riglt prices A We receive fresh shipments every day A t jOur stock ot Stapleund Fancy Groceries If cannot be equaled JjGROCERSsec Telephone 223thu Its Building Time If you intend to erect a house store house barn or other buildingsMI will be glad to make ngs and submit prices on your work firstclassrpentersrJEFF STONERICHMOND KYfTEXAS LANDS FOR SALE The eyes of the world are on Texas Wheat 20 to 4 bushels corn 30 to 50 bnshels oats 60 to 90 bushels alfalfa that wonderful enricher of the soil 4 to 5 tons all the other crops grown in Central Kentucky except hemp and tobacco This land sells around the 20 notch We need more people more homebuilders Remember the opportunities youd ost in Kansas Nebraska and Oklahoma Write for full parI toE GPARRISHPLAINVIEW TEXAS 1 have for sale 19500 shares of stock in oneof the richest wpper mines 17 claims ill Arizona at a price that should lterest LI1yOfleIUl1y paid and nonassessahle hew Quarters We are established in our new quarters in the hthLnyour Hides Furs and Iron Fresh Groceries and Vegetables in season 1 harman Grocery == Company = Rural Telephones ro1diiceany lime This can be accomplished by means of our telephone service which you and your nii libor can get for a spiu that is small compared with the bene headquartersNlai If at pr noiil you are not enjoyfne telephone service we ran immodiately Missilisil1iLOlliRichmond Telephone Co Incorporated v Ge0MirischenFormerly with J B Stouffer Merchant Tailor Appartments over J E Sexton Phone 173 I All Kinds ot Pressing Cleaning Repairing Satisfaction Guaranteed Your Patronage Solicited l v i Floral Designs Cut Flowers Ii Y Plantsv 3 Furhishedojrsnor nolice Specltl attentibri Co j Jf designs for Funerals and Weddings at Richmond Greenhouses jl TELEPHONE 188 WET iAINV ji 1QP I hiMf y J ir ji j Alarialag laerease Statistics SHOT that the mortality dIabeteshasmoroyears Many of these cases warn tho ofkuduoyRemedy Wb lti hav quicilycured forbackachogreat medicine strengthens the kid takoitjulm Kentucky Fair Dates Lancaster July 24t4ays daysStatifoud Winchester Aug34days Danville Aug 44davs AuJ6PavdaysLawncebrgug14 R daysDarbonrsville Rrodlicnd Vug 183 days layShelbySp IaysIondou daysFrankfort davsGlappoir leSeptmashfiner a ald Be Frepared Dr Thomas thiinquickly THESE DAYS of spring mean additional wear and washing for your linenno matter whether you leada strenuous or mple life Suppose therefore you nd your work to usWe willnot ly lenglhcn the lifcAof the articles rough scientific laundering but always return them immaculate Normal City Steam Laundry Telephocc 7 Nhe boat pills made arc Dewitia livullspromptlySld For Rent Three rooms over Singer Sewing achine office on Secondstreet apply this o ice tf Hud dyspepsia or indigctUon for years No appetite and what I did BurdQckBloodWalker Sunbury Ohio James Hunley Will buy cr selly ur bouse arm town lots or any thing else in the Real Estate line Any business intrusted to him will be promptly and carefully attended to See him if his services are needed The Neighbors Say My Breads the Best Rangebakes eats in seven minutes I nd Gas cheaper than wood c aror gasolineRichmond Water Light Co HIGHEST PRICES Paid for your F Chickens Eggs i11d other Poultry J Jfe will pay you to see us and get our prices before disposing of any of your produce GOTT BROS Richmond Ky With Zaring PatentS Flour a good baker becomes pQn beite And even su inexperienced one can et eatiftfactory resnlm If JeHjirl doesnt tarn Out good blecnilp bread or cake doat blame hoi at oiia It awy be ih flour Order a 6aok otrIasTt3t today oid Jicrte Uie teMfiW Its ttlIdflJ ri t gjApjrML- s c i Jflrw rcflrwrVL USEFUL WIRE REEL FOR FARM Instructions Given for Making Fence Stand That Will BeN Found Very Convenient Illustrations and directions for making a reel for fence wire are given below The reel stand consists of one piece a which is a 2x4 5 feet long and a second piece b which Js a 2x4 3 feet long B IB splkid nar one end ot a Two feet froth where b is spiked to a a bolt H8 inches fs driven through a The reel Is formed of two 2x4a 3 feet long half lapped In The Reel FirtaBthe middle to form a crosr Nine Inchesfrom the ends of eacfc prong of this cross Is set a peg of hardwood luG Inches This reel is set on the bolt of the reel stand with a small block of wood under it so that It will revolve easily Another cross Is made by nailing to 1getherwith an oblong bole 9 inches from the end of each prong This is slipped down OYer the ends of the pegs to keep the wire from flying off j TIMELY NOTES OF THE FARM Jf yon wish to Increase the fertility of the farm raise more clovqr feed the hay to the stock and return the manure to the soil A good orchard fertilizer Four hun dred pounds of ground bone and 300 pounds of muriate of potash to the acre Dont plow an orchard when the trees are In blossom do It before or after Some growers say that work ing the soil at blossom time causes the bloom to drop prematurely If the orchard needs draining bet ter attend to the matter at once Wet feet do not make fine fruit Robins and orioles should be protected from human vandals Every one of them isworth JlGO apiece ven It they do get a few cherries Why their early morning songs of good cheer Is worth more money The oriole Is one of the busiest insect de stroyers In the list Have you bees In hte orchard II not why notP- ollenbatlon Is a positive necestlty If we want fruit and the bee is the best agent there la to effect It Then iou get besides the honey making a double crop of fruit and honey If you sow some alfalfa near by you car have a rich harvest of the honey Be careful about spraying In blooming time on account of the bees Care In Selecting Alfalfa Seed If a good stand is obtained an a falfa field continues to produce goo crops for years in succession It Is certainly worth while then to be especially careful with regard to thff most Important factor In securing maximum yields the seed This i emphasized by the fact that the ma jorlty of alfalfa failures are known ti be due to weeds the seeds of whlcl arc frequently sown with the alfalfa The moot common adulterations ol alfalfa seed are bur clover yellow tre foil and sweet clover Crab grass rll grass and green and yellow foxtail are also found But the worst weed seed found In alfalfa seed Is fodder Alfalfa seed resemble those of refi clover in size but differ In not belnr so uniform In shape The color should be light olive green or greenish yel low Darkened discolored and shriveled seed should be discarded as 1U germinating power la QW 1 Plump well matured i ee4 produce mori plants and stronger plant thnh d the small and Immature Results from Soil Tests The restoration of wornout ar light soils by the rotation of crop and the use of legumes has beer proven practicable In lests made b the soils department of the University of Wisconsin station Marsh soil have been investigated at four points In the state and methods of manage ment which will assure profitable re turns have been tried The aid in making drainage plant has been extended to almost 200 land owners and 17 drainage districts At the same time soli examinations werE made and aid was given in about 40 cases Some soil survey work has been done with such excellent resulti that the need of a state survey Is ta mediate and pressing The Best HarnesaDresstag Three ounces of turpentine and two ounces of refined beeswax are dis solved together over a slow fire Then add one ounce of Ivory black and a dram of Indigo well pulverized and mixed together When the wax and turpentine are dissolved add the Ivory black and Indigo and stir till cold Apply very thin Wash afterward and you will have a beautiful polish This blacking keeps the leather soft It it excellent for buggytops and harness In England a large amount of bees wax Is used by the makers of harness dressing Itch Stopped Skin Cooled Itching skin diseases afflict come people as soon as hot weather comes There seems to bo no preventive bu Isaand to stop It Instantly Just a fewdrops of Oil of Winter wl1s1loooveri nooth me skin instantly giving that cooling and refreshing sensation Try a few drot s of this D D D Compound and j our itch will be relieved at once not in a half an hour or teu minutes but in five seconds Caljit our store and we will tell you OttmpouzldSold If you are going to have your houa tfreehenecl with new wall paper see B Jaett Son tf Switches and puffs made to order StoCk on hand to select from I also have in stock triangles chignons jn acteverythinxin hairdressing Iguar ntee toreetore grey hair toils ori1 Ba1 olor Call sadsee aae at 42i Walnut it Mrs Mice Harper Ibny hair and combines and clippings snj Cures Little Chicks WayndottePreel55 year we lost Otieentfre listen from bltedlrrhoeTIyear we have PoaltryUSN 14NlIttF i c I Catarrh Microbes A Bead Microbe Is the Best Microbes Hyerael Kills Them All Hyomet pronounced Ilighome a killer of catarrh germs because when you breathe It In its antiseptic and germicide properties reach every nook and crevice of the mucous mem brane from the mouth and nose deep into the lungsaAustralian foro eats of pine and eucalyptus to your home It is made of the active prin ciples extracted from these trees No one who lives in or near these Threats suffers from catarrh No one who breathes in Hyomei the real fore t air of Australia will have catarrh for long after the treatment starts crpl1pbronchitisbay fever or relieve comsumptlon try Hyomei the commonsense cure the curethat r aches the spot A complete Ilyotuel outfit including a rubber inhaler costs only flOO and extra bottles of Hyomei if afterwards needed cost but 50 cents Guaranteed to cure or mone back everywhpreSold L Middletor MIONACures indigestion It relieves stomach misery sour atom sch and cures all dla e Aase50 cents Druggists in all tvwae APPLYING SUMMER MULCH Ground Should De Worked Over Fine and Deep and Left Free All Weeds fromI Before applying the mulch the ground should be worked over fine and deep and left free from all weeds the clippings should then be spread evenly over the surface working It under the leaves of low growing plants and well up around the stems of tall ones as lilies Once placed the mulch should not be disturbed as Its object is toex clude light and hot air and retain moisture Left undisturbed under the Influence of rain and dew It settles into a felUlke mat that effectually dis courages the growth of weeds while retaining the moisture coolness and friableness of the soil so essential to the welfare of the plant The mulch must be added to from time to time as the drying out of the grrss renders It much thinner than when applied and beds much exposed will require much heavier mulching than those in partial or complete shade So too beds of fine low growing plants will require much less mulching than tall robust plants as the cosmos cleome dahlia or per ennial phlox which may be kept mulched to a depth of eight or ten Inhes to advantage and In a season of normal rainfall will require little if any watering Where a part of a bed has been mulched and the remaining part left uncovered and watered it has been discovered that the weeds grew rampantly needing constant attention and mal no amount of water seems to assuage the thirst of the soil under a brilliant sun while the soil of the protected portion of the bed would on turning back the mulch be found cool moist and free from weeds It Is well In the Interest of comeliness to add fresh grass as often as twice a week on those beds most In evidence Where white clover forms part of the covering of the lawn the effect of the beds covered with the green grass and dainty blossoms and crowned with bright flowers Is charm Ing Such a mulch If left on the ground during winter will protect the soil and prevent its leaching and In the spring will have decayed and maybe worked Into the ground adding a valuable elementhumusto the soil TO CATCH A SMALL ANIMAL I Catcher Invented to Capture Elusive Little Beast with Comparatively Little Trouble Any person who has tried to catch a pig or other small animal InSrven a somparatlvelyrestrlcted space will appreciate the value of the animal I catcher Invented by an Oklahoman Dy means of this device the capture of elusive little beasts is made comparatively easy and it will no doubt be much in demand among farmers Jaws Seize the Leg and butchers The contrivance con sists of a pair of grappling tongs with plfoted curved jaws and foldable arms One of these arms fits over a pole and a rope Is slipped through a ring at one end and passed through a Ting at the end of the other artn at the same time being slipped through a short chain at the Intersection In using the catcher the operator seizes the animals leg with the jaws of the In strument and pulls the rope whicn closed the jaws tight The big ad vantage derived is that the pursuer need not continually stoop and hurl himself at the fugitive to grasp Us leg with his Qwn hands a proceeding maddenlngin Its frequent failures and loss of dignity Transplanting Tomatoes Tomatoes are too tender to trans plant until all danger of frost Is past Let the ground get good and warm nothing Is gained by transplanting to ltuatoesIdea that tomatoes do best on rather poor soil Is a mistake they will ripen a little earlier oa such soil but will not produce as many tfr as fine toma toes as when grown on good rf h1Ioll If the soil is so rich that they are Incline to run to vine be a little rough with them and so check their growth What Hoi Cholera Costs Illinois Hog cholera costs Illinois one to tour BallHoa dollars annually In ante Btalff destroyed This disease can1 now be controlled through Immunlz JMTHB dlfCOT the hUSbandiYaM J n j 4m A TOO SPLENDID FOR A HOME English Criticism of the Furnishing of Houses of the American Millionaires i thmmenseb cirloth exer Frangedwriting table things a few embrold ered c thomfyhere ginresisffulredtraethings scratch his cheek and the lace trills tickle his nose while he catches his th chefinest you ever saw mamma and would be too exquisite plain Now one knows where all those marvelously opeverworkedthIngsg cooc sibrustedh coeroThere is no room In it where there is look of what a fondS orpleistb veoudoirb 17estd oroirh giathome with you Natalie has a sitting room and it is the same a MIresocial ladder to have every corner of the establishment done by Duveen and the result is truly appalling From Elinor GlynB Elizabeth Visits merica MOTORMAN HUMAN AFTER ALL His Expression of Sympathy Aston Ished Victim of Accident on His Street Car The Fourteenth street car was so full that the crowd overflowed onto the front platform The motorman yelled at the people to quit crowding him as they pushed themselves in and about him He yelledso that the woman inadvertently caught the brass knob by him and held to it not know- Ing what It was exactly until he all nt once turned the crank and caught her finger in it She gave a shriek yanked her finger out and stood pressing It to her mouth to ease the pain He looked sullenly around at her Served you right for putting it there he said She merely sighed whereupon he turned once more and looked at her To her intense amazement there was pity hi his eye Hurt you much he asked She shook the finger out and let him see the deep purple bole in the middle ofit I may be able to use it again she said but Im not sure Im sorry said he and the woman nearly fell backward over the gate In h oferClosed Season for Snails The edible snail which furnishes a muchprized delicacy on French menus is threatened with extinction and the general council of the Yonne recently petitioned the minister ofaagriculture to order a close season on its behalf as is done for game and fish M Ruau duly ordered an In qulry the only result of which has been to determine the legal status of the snail A ministerial circular published declares that the snail Is neith er game nor fish but merely an agri cultural parasite as such it may be destroyed at any time and inany sea son The decision of the authorities has thrown the great snail producing region the center of which is Bur gundyInto consignation During the exhibition of 1902 the consumption of snails rose to 800 tons and toward the close of the exhibition snails were in such demand that the price was trebled in a month Eighty mil lion snails are received at the Hallos every yearDundee Advertiser Characteristics of Dutch Painters Perhaps this might be defined as a capacity for honest seeing and for honest doing and certainly it was In this way that the moral character of the Dutch displayed itself It was equally it notable distinction of the Dutch painters As a school they were unanimous In choosing for their subject life the life about which they knew most and in which they were most interested their own They represented it with straightforwardness and sincerity Thus with few exceptions their motive was and NsIncerely stimenarily skillful St Nicholas Matrimony on Steamers According toa lady who recently returned from a trip to Egypt the Mediterranean steamers have an as tonishing record as successful maUi monial bureaus On the voyages made by this lady 18 matches were made nine of which were publicly an nounced It may be the climate that causes love germs to sprout so quickly under Southern skies or perhaps the from counter attractions is responsible for the degree ot charm found in the chance companion of travel Johnnys Objection Father at supper table Well Johnny how did you get along at school today JohnnyPapa my physiology says conversation at meals shouldbe of a pleasant character Lets talk about something else Cures Your Kidneys No Need to Take Any Futbcr Risks s Why will people continue to suffer rthoagonicfkldxioyeomplaint ache urinary disorders lameness headaches languorjvhy allow then selves to become chrqnic invalids when a certain cure isofTrreed them Doans KidneyPiIls is the remedy to use because it gives to the kidneys the help they need to perform their work If you hae any even one of the Symptoms of kidney diseases cur yourself now beforq diabetes drpp y tQ1nItlchmondresldcnt convincing proof than the following ThomauJilklrij Danville StIl1n caster Ky says lor a jreat many y ars I waif a sufferer Jrom kidnqy cmplaint Until uyeatllgo I ba myba out Tim many remedies I tried failed ti helpmd and on the adylcspt 8JSKidneyuse In a short time I improved and it yas not long before r was restored to irbod Jtcaltb I give Doan s Kill Pills the credit for the great change ant recommend them as a liable kidney remedy For sale byall dealers Price 50 cents dopptiayV itfotheIIme t I 44i3 tdk 88 Htft trlttlt il TRACE NAME TO THE FRENCH Jonathan Carver Believed to Have Derived Word Oregon from Early Explorers We believe it most probable that e name of Oregon arose out of some cumstance connected with western under direction of the ench Earlier than the English the ench had pressed on westward from the Great Lakes to the Red river toe Saskatchewan and to the toot of e Rocky mountains They were rang the country of the upper oIls sippt In search of furs and for de with the natives they wefe l of curiosity and active In In- quIry about the great distant west and the unknown western sea Of this sea they possessed Spanish arts and probably used among the natives the word Aragon as a homonym of Spain When Jonathan Carver of Connecticut was on his ex ditlon to the upper Mississippi untry in 1767C8 he made all pos le Inquiries he tells us about the untry toward the west the western- erriv and the sea and the word Oregon and the name was written r the first time so far as we know possibly can ever know In Car rs book published In London In 78 It Is a book of little Importance value except for the fact that It ves to the world the name of Ore fromIshown that much of Carvers book Is made up of unacknowledged extracts from French explorers before him particularly from HennepIn Labon tan and Charlevoix and as Carver had no scholarship it Is believed the book was compiled in London partly from Carvers own story and partly from the records of French and English exploration It is significant further that In Carvers book tribes of Indians and various objects are often designated by French names or terms Portland Oregonian THE SAME TOUCH OF NATURE People of ToDay and Moslem Con queror of Old Show Themselves Alike In One Respect Freight car No 16656 of the Penn- sylvanIa railroad was held empty on- sidea track waiting until Mrs Rob In Redbreast completed the hatchfiig out of a fine nestful of eggs laid on a journal box while the car was In New York Touching but no novelty When mighty Amr and his Moslem hosts overthrew Egypt and made all northern Africa a stronghold of Allah and- shi prophet they camped on the east bank of the Nile opposite the ancient capital Memphis until they had licked the defenders of that tenmiles wide and twentymileslong city When Amr had finished he thought of moving into the fine town across the river for which the pale shades the slaughtered Egyptians had no further use But In the interval a dove hall built its nest In the peak of his great tent- Moslems are kindly to animals which are beyond the possibility of being converted to Islam by the sword Amr allowed that it would be pity to disturb the dove he delayed meanwhile a new city gradually grew up on the bare plain to the north of his tent In a word Cairo rose out of the desert for the amazement of after ages while the Mem phian palaces of sundried bricks went back into the soil To this day in South Cairo they will show you the original Fostat the place of th- eoveNewd York World Heathen and Hats 1 came up In the car today said a woman who once lived in the west with an Indian floe strong Immobile calm as any Indian I ever saw on the plains but he wore a Derby hat on the face Seemed terrible to me to see that stiff Derby hat on that fine calm face Id have given anything to see him carrying a tomahawk arid wearing feathers on top of his head and trailing down his back even if he went on the warpath suddenly and whooped I dont think there is anything more distressing than an Indian in a Derby bat unless it is a China man In a silk hat wi tha glimpse of his pig tall wrapped jauntily around his head showing just a trifle beneath it to set it orrChlcago Inter Ocean Teaching the Blind An Interesting entertainment ar ranged hy Miss Winnlfred Holt of ew York secretary of the New As clation for the Blind was a hIppo- drome A program including swim ming races fancy diving lifesaving lutterfly dancing and all sorts of games in which blind children took part was arranged Miss Helen Keller was very enthusiastic about the entertainment which she said illus trated so well what a difference in courage and strength a welldeveloped body makes when a child is blind A Note on Hygiene Richard Croker was discussing at a anquet In Washington the American climate In the east ho said It is not as good perhaps as the climate of Europe but it is good enough and healthy enough for any man provided he remembers one rule And what rule is that Mr CrokerT asked a young statesman from Penn sylvania Stick to your flannels was the reply Stick to your flannels till they- Bt1ckt you Notice I have rented and repaired and furnished with new furniture the np stairs part of the Uillingham Building recently bought by the Elks and am prepared to accomodate transient and- egular boarders Please give me a call N A Durham Sm fT 10 Notice Having purchased the Coal and Feed business of Mr J Ballard on Aspen ave yye use this method to in vite our friends Ltlllthlr public fora share patronage We handle the celebrated Rich Mountain Jelico Coal r t 1we guarantee to jgiye perfect satisfaction Give us a trial order and get acquainted with our Coal and method of doing business 4 t 1 nftfII a a fI j i 1ci I Not In The Trust THE ADMIRAL E AND BEST MOWER y t The great In has kept pace with thje ment of farm The most have ready to new ideas and better been more than today That is why the so itself in their favor They value of its chief among which are keen talus easy power in not the frame tilt and all the other that have made Walter A Wood mowers famous grass is grown If you are going to buy new jf mower this year the Its a B for us to show the to a farmer So dont to ask us at any sooner J j b II I t You need a of good food and more than this you need to fully It Else you cant gain nor can you your If it Is weak You must eat in order to live and You must not diet the body that you eat a amount of But this food must be and It must be the cant do It you must take that will help the The proper way to do Is to eat what you Want and let Kodol di gest the else can do this When the is weak it needs help you must help It by U rest and Kodol will do that Going to THE SUOGESSFBL FJ RII N Joe KEEPS DATE Farm Machines advance farming methods machines successful farmers consider machines Farmers improeIprogressive Admiral quickly established recognize features Powerful footlift increased tractive without corresponding increase weight forgetting floating genuine underdraft uniform features wherever investigate latestThe Admiral pleasure Admiral progressive hesitate timethe thetter Douglas at Simmons Agenti JEat What Youwant of the food you need Kodol will digest it sufficient amount wholesome digest strength strengthen stomach maintain strength because requires sufficient foodregularly digested digested thoroughly When stomach something stomach food- Ioth1ng stomach giving On Go to your today an a dollar bottle and If you can say that you did not receive any benefits from It after using the entire bottle the drug gist will refund your money to without or delay We will pay tho the prloj of the bottle by you This offer applies to the large bottle and to but one In We not afford to make such an offer unless we knew what Kodol will do for you It would us The bottle contains 254 times as much as the cent bottle made at the Co Sale by PERRY Use Any PLANS to Main and GET A lI I I r We have just a of rI Field and Seed arid invite those 1 are grass to I and our line and get la Our line and I was nover more than now dI I k Take pleasure in refering you to the uptodate business men of tho lite comfort and of the Line lbyfar the best Goodman Bros Oo of Ky saythat the Ilouchton Buggy i superior lo the Columbus Moyer or Kaufman We do not believe that can be the leader and dot believe a better buggy can be built i Armer Hwle I Todd JJraspfleld OWham Jr KIchinoiul S EUnice llesry P Rayburur Richmond Red house UP TO 1Ourdruggist purchase honestly y question druggist purchased only a family could positively bankrupt dollar fifty IKodolls laboratories Chicago IFor THOMASit uJnberSash1Laths Rubber or Felt Roofing FURNISHED REASONABLE Better come direct Todd Lackey Corner Orchard Streets AND SQUARE DEAL Telephone iOU Richmond Ky Field fit Garden SEEDreceived large shipment Garden Iwho contemplating sowing Icall examine prices IIbefore making purchase ofIStaple Fancy GROCERIEScomplete nlIrIne Houston Buggy cBre Cart and Speed Sulkies following durabiity Houghtou ofhighcluvaliIctHoughtou Slielbyvillo tl Houeltton surpassed livrrtboMoyerCurLisIleIdI1versntiTheIlbugluton Quality and not pbunds makes vehicles durable comfortable and stylish youflneatRichmond Whitehall TIMREHlf leo P Simmons Joe Mason Xioodlpe Cornolipon Ourtis RichmondIofJoo Azbill jEyary owner ol a Houjshtos wilt toll yon they are by far the best anIdT 1toI IO nr1tl9rlte Cert iu the world PciyourordereariT Ii Vb Vrf j tt 1C = id ==== z I il r d nOT WEATHER BARGAINS = often is a merchant in a position to offer REAL BARGAINS at the very beginning of the season but such as exist today are advantageous to the far sighted uptodate merchant Owing to the INoL state of affairs manufacturers and commission houses are offoring great inducements to the man quantit The w td qunttty has never scared us hence we invite rou and your friends tn share in a t bargain feast The People Appreciate the Good I Values They respond to our announcements andpatronize the store that gives them the best GLAD TIDINGS OF GOOD VALUES Mens serviceable Suits In oafslmarea andchev ios all new patterns 750 Mens Tailored Suis made of flue allwool woratedB in the newest and smartest novelties 15 Mens Allwool Suits In select range of new spring patterns 10 Mens high quality Suits that represents the high est production possible 20 ii hatsanew colors 1L5O23 I I Millinery Excellence iVsitors and straingers In town should not overlook n the fact that we carry the most exclusive and artis P tic headwear to be found in the city There is a quality abtutit that is rare and that cannot be found o in many of the millinery shops In additipn to the i charm of style there is the charm of price 1 l as as N We want every to fee Iln n Hint doesduty for tlnve shirt pants and waist the saves work oil wash mid cuts the of un and at the cet n better fit line more e n t thou has of tapes and pervicealile front of ciis pet that Made right the way and For Iwys and eirls 2 to J2 years And you save moue at 150 HEATHERBLOOM SKIRTS All Includlll1 with or embroidered Sale USc MUSLIN GOWNS All elaborately trimmed in lace and em broidery Sale uu C9c LACESLot of imitation torchon je and insertion Sale per ilc fihirta and Drawersu 22c Mattings Carpets Oil at all pi ices tJ M Respectfully Submitred to Cash Trade JI EVElder 1 KentuckyU f a 2 LET Uffi DOXOYRJOB FRINTIN3 I e sc h f CaI I I I i r tt jj s r Complete Straight Line1 J Keyboard Removable Interchange able Platens 1SIBILiTYi What is visible typewriter Writing in sight t is part of Keyboard in sight is the other part is important that you see what you do to see what you have done The keyforeverycharacter keyboard of the easy action light running MODEL 10- I i ti ermakes the only truly visible writing machine lilIllIIIlIIII Write lot information to The Smith Premier Typewriter Company Inc Syracuse Branches cyerywhae mother The Nazareth Waist Union Suit elude cnrmcnt comtines flukes drcosintr children easier day cost children derwear thelmllltltne children bettcrivearincnnil comfortable undercanu heretofore plenty bulletin forever1 purpose Btronjr sateen reinforced cantTip all through guaranteed perfect this iu- icc45c colors back plain flounce price price price yard Mens Cloth the S and a it It it Ball Bearing Carriage Reversible Tabulator Rack SimpleStencil Cutting Device DrcP Forged Type Bars Pfect Line Lock Bichromc Ribbon Uniform Touch Ball Bearing Type Bar Column Finder and Para grapherSDecimal Tabulator Pcrfcct Erasing Facilities Interchangeable Carriages Right and Left Carriage Release Levers p Visible Writing Complete Control from Keyboard- Ap Key for Every Character Swinging Marginal Rack Protected Ribbon GearDriveaCacriagesRibbon from Keyboard v Variable and Universal Le Spacer Perfect Dust Gward Back Space Lever Carriage RefcwW Improved Marginal Stops EcIpMIIt 5Mj aI c c t- rw the Richmond Climax FUBUSilU tIER IT rilE LIXItitorporateilJ TlNGcoI A U MILLER TTPiest and Mangr LOUIS LANDRAM Editor S t4berotS PRESS aid PUBUSIERS BICE 100 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE WEDNESDAY JULtTa RESOLUTIONS Against Prohibition Louisville Business Men Agrei That StaleWide Law Would Do Great Harm They Say That the Destroying of Prop erty Would Make Taxes Much High er on Land and Improvements With out Stopping the Use of Liquorl Three hundred and fifty of the lead Ing men of Louisville bankers wholesale merchants livestock dealers arch itects lawyers coal men lumber men and representatives cf raIlroadsmet at the Board of Trade and passed reso lutlons opposing statewide prohibitionI In Kentucky They declared a measure would cause an Increase nearly onethird the present rate ofI all property and figured that the bur den would fall on farming land town lots and Improvements real estate be ing a fixture and not movable to other states in case of harder times bythearoused by Mr W H Newman a pomlnent business man of Louisville who Is widely known over the state Mr R II Bowen expresident of the chalrIMr Clarenco Dallam attorney at law John M Atberton Harry Wolslnger spoke1againstFanning a traveling prohlbtion orator now working In Kentucky asked for a heatIng and received respectful atten tlon Mr Newmans Explanation Mr W II Newman who called the InpartI offer fewsIfapprovedintention of being present and In case Of1theirtalnlng to the retail liquor traffic suggestlonscense and requiring the saloons to bo closed at a reasonable hour at night which is tho case in many cities tto cancellation of the license of all who faIl to comply strictly with the law and keep an orderly house etc Such au thorlty vested in an excise board appointed by the governor being non- Partisan issue the licenses and have full power on sufficient evidence to re yoke has given good results and great satisfaction In Massachusetts How ever uch subjects were not incorpor ated in our resolutions as to nccom pUsh such result would require organ izatlon and as we are here only as in dlvlduals we thought it advisable tc express our views briefly In the fol lowing resoluUons Text of Resolutions FirstWe noto with concern a move largestIndustryvolvlng danger to all property rights- SecondWo deplore and unreserved pollUcscost and we appreciate the provoca conIbition but we deny the wisdom or hon esty of a proceeding to destroy property of so enormous value as a sheer experiment tried repeatedly with more or less failure and often after trial abandoned as unsuccessful ThirdWe unqualifiedly condemn as vicious and dishonest In principle and destructive t f that liberty which con stitutes and must always constitute the basis of free government the cott which has too often disgraced methods of both prohibitionists and liquor men fourthThe liquor business em ploys a vast amount of capital and la bor and brings a large amount of foreign capital to this state and It Is dCJndsforand which pays very largely to the support of our various counties and municipalities Fifth The destruction of this Indus try legalized by tbe state from Its or ganization without compensation would be plain dishonesty and would reflect upon its good name handed down to us by our forefathers and posterityshould be provided It would require the Issuing of approximately 70000 000 of bonds by the state To meet the Interest on such an Increased In debtedness wuld require an Increase of at least 100 per cent In the taxes levied upon all other forms of prop erty besides an Increase of 33 J3 percent In the tax rate on all remaining property to meet the loss of taT on this business Would Divert Revenue Sixth It would divert from the state of Kentucky to other states Pennsylvaniawhere couraged the largest business and the greatest source of revenue of our 0 lt II01ld g xn5itt tiiiwbit1Zirsnia iiquOtttuba jiiia fZot p41 un fllIUllll at MnhIJjflnu jttiIocLqip uIJtt pohino fl motto aiauxlxTrgonminpnn ito ponsiiji pn3 iii uuiul IPIltSBtnllilnll 11111 ioan aIcrI1ajLail ur iu HOjIIUlpOltl HU OJU JIlIUJIJAIJIQ lttitnuJo4a4utja1p3yi OTfl cI SO- Ufr 1 Y SI Vt ll tjooo V aoA RAID IMA KIA i r i u talKentucky what he could not obtain le E8 In thus violating one of thefundamentai principles of pout teal ec nbm1 StenUilllst0rYa past and current shows that prohibition laws are evaded and defied the violation of one law unpunished tends to encourage disregard for laws In general We favor laws which give all of our coufmunltles full power to deal with this question as a local issue and we believe that agitation In favor of statewide prohl Bltion In regard to alcoholic bovcrnges would engender strife and bitterness amongour people anti would almost certainly be followed In Kentucky by a demand for similar action In regard to the manufacture and safe of tobacco the next largest Interest In Kentuckym s already agitated Resolved That we as business men of Louisville and citizens of Kentucky while opposing Intemperance believe that a movement In favor of statewide prohibition would be detrimental In every way to the best Interests of our state and we are therefore unaftera bly opposed to such a movement or to further agitation of this question ex Lcept Insofar as may be necessary to enforce the laws already enacted for the otrlct regulation of tho liquor traf fie jjFactsIn speaking on the fX lutlons Just before they were adopted Mr Clar encl Dallam said Figures carefully comp edttOm the state and federal statistics from the tax books and from other reliable sources show that the value of the thoiv eY 90S was 24821451 United States commisslonora report for the year end June 30 1908 lingThe direct revenue from spirits al spirit dealers In Kentucky as shown by the last report of the Equal ization Board and by the Auditor of State exclusive of plants and other propartyamountB to 62687369 This is equivalent to the tax at 50 cents on the hundred dollars on 125872733 To this sumadd stock but of bond and distillery and brewing property 67 793473 and we havo a total of 103 1 G021 There is no separation of the various characters of real estate and 1m Equalt c Ing property can be given but the es tlmate seems reasonable when it Is considered that the product of all other manufacturing establishments of the amountsIcan ex plained when It is known that whiskey forrduct often pays tax for sevca years to the state whereas all other manufao tured products are sold as soon after manufactured as possible Another fact to be considered is that the tax on every dollar of the as scssod value of whiskey In bond la paid to the Auditor of State direct and at very little expense for collection cud a very large portion of this Is paid by foreign Investors Therefore the whiskey manufacturer or rather the foregoing facts show the whiskey niamifacturer Is Infinitely more valuable as a taxpayer than all others The total assessed value of all property In Kentucky is 747918326 Deduct from this the value of distillery and brewing property and the assessed value of other products out of bond amounting to 67793473 and there remains 680124853 of assessable property which would have to make up the loss of 193166 11 sustained by the loss of the special licenses and tax Thiswouldrate of 28 per cent on every dollar of assessed property remaining The final sufferers will be the owners ofland and improvements ttlilch unlike other property cannot be moved to other states promising better returns for Improvement as real estate is the final sufferer from all taxation I might also add that the state of Kentucky paid internal revenue tax on spirits In the year 1908 amounting to j 24OSC6Ctll which would be lost lo the government and this revenue would haveto bo replaced by Bomead dltlonal taxation a portion of which would have to be borne by this state as well as others Telegrams From Business Men of Other Cities The following telegrams addressed to the Chairman of the meeting were read From the City Transfer Company Owensbbro We are strongly against statewide prohibition It Is not prac- ticaL and could not be enforced and It would raise taxes From J W Dougherty Owensboro Grocer Statewide pfcblbltloii is a onlyincreasesFrom H F Stovalle John B Crlder George F Massey W H Rahold Mosfley Cuthbcrtson C R MahQn G N VMllIamson L GI Duncan F Maler Bowlineeprotest against any satewldo prohibi tion measure as detrimental to busl ness Interests of tho entire state FrcmIt L Weldon an Owtnsbom againstIIno prollblt but causes increased tau tlon From the George II Cox Compan nguinslitatwldeIncr ases taxation nlrcaJy burden 9Ip If you have pains in the back weak baci or any other iuilicutiou of wea ened or disordered ebndition r the kidneys or bVlilcr you t hiulil et cVitts Kidney ami IMa lder Pilr rghtvaway wheiiyouexpesltici the ast sign tf kidney or badei gDuS W tnoxv what they will lib for you rnd rou will send our uame lo K C JuVitti Co Iblcapi you I ret tve a Imp trial bax t f these kid ney nd bladder pill Sold by alt dru gists julm To MammothCave MnmIonr galnr morning trains by Paris and Lat tria Athno ilajfs tip to thi wo Ms Greatest wonder for SI2t55 Tiei eta include the railroad firboa at lintel and dm several ruutn- tlirPlldltht Cavo alto one nigiit tar i dan tor social ut hotel Reairii liiui it uliygSe L and N Agent 4 Aiuy peopln with chroiiio tbrtii ln1 Jjn trouble 1m vc found comiti itHiVrelirf In Folnys Honey and arf H tires lnl l orn coughs after otis r trcatnnnt Las failed L M liiii1es tliniiior1lotys WJritP Tbe dix i ra said 1 had consumption mil- tcILI no better uritll 1 took Foleys irmtyvand Tar It stopped the h Di OIl igesiuidnln in my luivs nu tbtt are now as SHill II IliS a imilH lllltfjantivuce Sold l y Stockton Uagaiu t Ju1IM- d rtffllll1l1j1tt I oiill A itallt I L fc EAST BUVND Lv YAtsnillesu 7 CO a m 1220 pm Lv icholasvillo 8 83 a m 1 03 pm lv vmicy ririo O1OR IM 130 put pmIWKST BOUND Lv Realty vill f 600 a in 1 20 pm- r j Irvine 7O a in 2 JO pin Lv Rlchmond 825am Slapin- Lv Vrillev Vltw 9 00 a m 4 ID pm Lv Nicliolssville 9 23 a m 4 15 pm Ar YersaillesIOl0am B30pm- AHtrains daily except Sunday On Saturdayonly train leaves Vot snilles at 7 20 p m arriving at Rich m onil 900 p in Train leaves Beatly vl1le at 640 p m arriving at Richmond 030p m- OaIunilavsonIv train leaves Rlch mdat400 p m arriving at Beat iyvtui 650 p tn Train leaves Rich tn at 345 p rq arriving at Ver sniles lit 50 p in Trains connect with Q C atNicho 18811111 situ with Smihern Railway and Jnlernrbau Lines at Versailles H It SMITH G P- Versailles A Ky Land N Time Card j SOUTHBOUND o 71 Mixed For Silver Crook Paint lick Lnticaser Crab Orchard and points Siutli leaves Riclimond daily except Sunday 730 A si Arrive Rowland 1045 a m No 27 For SilverOreek Paint LickLan caster Stanford and all stations to Louisville leaves Richmond 1O i arrives Louisville 610 r N8 33 Fur Jacksonville and the South llirniiuli trains leave Richmond 1133 A u Leaves Cincinnati at 815 Ac H No 37 For Knoxvillo tliroucli trains niakps Till stops leaves Richmond 1043 AM Arrive Knoxvl 700 p ji jj O n For Silver vyinik Paint Lick Lancaster all stops leave Rich mond ill an i vent Stanford 850 Dailv pxtsepl Sunday Le ve KourthSt station Cincinnati 255 p M No 31 Limited for Atlantaleaves Rich mond 1202 midnieht arrives Atlanta 1155 A M Leaves Cncinna 821 PM NORTH BOUND NoU LltiiilPtl tnr Cincinnati leave Richmond 421 arrive Cincin nati 753 A tc So 10 From Stanford leave Richmond 627 A arrive Cincinnati 11 A 3r No 28 Lsaves Loninvillo 7 A1l arrive Richmond via Rowland 1285 noon No 3S KuoxvillpCincinuati leave Richmond 107 p arrive Cinch nail 6101 x No 32 JacksonvilleCincinnati limited leave Riclimond J57 PM arrive Cincinnati 830 Ir- No 70 Mixcdi from Rowland arrives RichmonU 350 p M All trains run daily except where stated otherwise SPRING IS RAPIDLY APPROACHING Nothing is daintier or prctier for spring or summer lingerie than flandWork and- Embroidery Mis- sEvaRoberts carries a full line of materials with stamp ing outfit nod will be pleased to have her friends and patronscall Srtisfaetion guaranteed G9IdedPIoraTheMotiument have added to their- business a PNEUMAT IC TOOL PLANT ynich will enable them to do netter work than ever before Phey have a large assortment F Granite and Marble and nvite their friends to call md inspect their stock and rk Satisfaction guaran edfioideiiFlora Dr Hobson Dentist J McKee Block Dr Robt C Boggs Dentist Telt JIb 011 J 2b1 Office in Oldhntu Btulrtiiit Dr C H MaoihartGra- duuU Iegeyfj Veterinary Surgeon CALLS ANSt h1it1 PROMPTLY OnicoatVaugLo banuel ble Telephon ro lUCUJlOND KY O D U OHENAULT- AT2QRiVEYSATLAIV 5ICHMOHD KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen alts grocery x R Enmett Million Successor to Burgln Dtnnj1 DENTISTOverstate ranKi Trust Compauy TKIjKlJIONE 2M ClrF S Smith JDENTIST THONKSOSMI J vJ lurrrUN5A L t aiSIIMOND KENTUCKY ptiteiarryM Blanton DJiflSr- a tt Jit1t liIi iiI 1tUatJt1U I i fi LS iJ Put This Stove in Your Kitchen It is wonderfully C convenient to do kitchen work on a stove thats ready at the instant wanted and out of the way the moment youre done Such a stove is the New Perfection Wick Blue Flame Oil CookStove By using it you avoid the continuous overpowering heat ofa coal fire and cook withcomfort even in dog days The 5 LCC L NEWS PERFECfION U J Wick BM name Oil CookStove is so constructed that it does not add perceptibly to the heat of a room Itdiffers from all other oil stoves in its substantial CABINET TOP withshelf for warming platesand keeping cooked food hot and drop shelves for holding smallcooking utensils Has every convenience even to bars for towels Three sizes Wither without CabinetTop If not With your dealer write our nearest agency I the ideal- lamp re1y9Lamp for con and a iciest light River If not with your dealer write our nearest agenc- yStandard 011 Company iBcorporated t 4 4 4 1 TODD I SONS 1 f Contractors and Builders j 1 1 Will furnish plans anti complete any of a home pr 1 1business house you may desire All work glmralltthe best that skilled labor can I iVlso make a specialty of repair work of al kinds If I J you contemplate building it will be to your ad van j s tage to see us j 1 TODD SON 1 I 4 1 BEGINNING JULY1st THE coWILL SELL ROUND TRIP TICKETS TO Xorolka ud- All Rail O IX S S Co New York City 28 00 JO 00- AtlauticCity 25 60 Via Norfolk ni- tiloDssYI AsDury Park N J 2380 Long Branch N J 12ft 80 XJcean Grove N Jn 80 spring Grove N Y 23 SO Sea Girt N Ju 23 80 CapeMayNJ Ju 2ft is Ocean CitvcX fu 2iJ80 30Ni0J DAYS LIBERAL b IIGOUD30 trip tickujs New York OPOEnSImountain another Good 1 II JQOfIlAtlantic City and return Auciist 19 Tickets soml IS days Htop ovcra ulIowcdlt alt authorized OinlRn rQ It Iii 31 oil anti 12 50 I sIc 00 I For full information call on or I Ticket office Phoenix Hotel addressIWin N Yent City Ticket Agent The Schlegel Studio flaying been purchased by the undersigned will be conducted under the same management Jlie Studio has been reequipped with the latest fa cilities and is prepared to furnish its patrons with the very best things photographic The former patronage of the studio is requested 1 Respectfully NcGaughey Moberley DONTCOOK TH ISHOT WEATHERS t I SS l SJWe have everything for luntih t su6h as Canned Chicken finn for f salads Equal toroth chickens 1 All kInds 9rcDe lied and Potted Itats 81IailTII sings etc ScS TTGovingtoQPh- one Co 72 232 West Main street For SaleFour C 0110 One One 8 0uOPiIrented for5IO tier month piceSI00 J J3 1SI r Farms of alf Discrirjttdnsand Price 5 ehirsliiitr just lie tuned uaVao jro into the Jpfitinil Fwil BnsinessiMMi- eeltyua WIll ciuipp d plant with cMalJllaiied bueiiuss wortliUiex money Unllatoiiea f iRealffte ItIt ettf t3iitut c n a u 0 h y 1tJ ptrIt lithe Spring QgsBrussels Wilton Velvets and 9x J 2 Axminsten Best as sortment ever brought Ito this city Sce5thcm before you pur chase t It to t tt 4i ut V BENNETT OQd HIGGINS Furniture and Undertaking Telephones 73 Main Street as VI is a PUTIWE WANT TO Several Tons OF OUR 6 A in your cellar bins now before the price advances is it surely will do 0cOIsider this- Telephone 110 Rex Red Ash Jellico Wo have tin exclusive sale A trial order will convince you that our 4 is a little better than you have boon setting elsewhere and our prices are no higher possibly less Full Weight or Coal Forfeited B H Luxon Bro SewhtjttIlIclliue Vcrv Hast Granulated Sugar 17 pounds for SI Jas B Park First St tf Furniture Repaired Refinished up hislercd lawn mowers sciseorH saw et sharpened OKI fashioned Seo oudhand mrniUiro bought and sold H A Barlow Irvine St Opposite jail j4lm Wanted Firstclass cook for the new Boone Tur rn at Itorea one hUll liar with SuiUiern ami Noithern cooking Ad dress stating experience ani reference H E Taylor Jtuiea Ky ACCURACY in filling pn8riplions is ihralnable to t 4114 who are in a precarious state of Ivalili a4 w1a to the druggist who viiics hii reputation as careful and exact pharmacist and chemist We ti nothing but the purest and ficshcst Iriigsnnd wo compound physicians prsrrptioim ih the uioet c ireful and esHKt manner WHITE WINES Drugs and Jewelry IriSewlDgUnchine wel9hereter lair The Richmond fair catalogue will be lowdaysTho colored Knights of Phthiasgave a picnic Friday They made a good shoeing parading the streets Lexingtonbganday with a good attendance There are many guests at Estill Springs now and all are enjoying the splendid fare and delightful surround logs About half mile of track on the Rowland branch was washed away by the heavy rains last week delaying tiains and causing heavy loss Blackben ics are on the market Tbe poor mans diet as they are called lire quite plentiful and the price will soon be within the poor mans reach Tho ladies of tho Methodist church will have for sale cooked foods at Ben nett hIig2iflS store all day Saturday 4pecial orders may be had by calling up 529 The Eighth DiJTrict Publishers League will meet at Estill Springs first of September and the newspaper men ire already making preparations for a linetitne The picnic given by the Modern Brotherhood of Amnrica at Kingston was largely attended anti all had a big iine Oratory music and a bountiful dinner made the day one long to be remembered An Illinois man is makingf 5 a day by renting ducks Co his neighbors to rat potatoe bngga off their vines If peopledont stop inventing laborsav ing devices the men in this country will soon get so they will want some kind of a machine to breathe for them Sunday School Convention The union Sunday School convent ton will be held at the Methodist church next Friday night Alliuvited- to attnnd First Organ The congregation of the Flatwoods Christian church have purchased a new organ and the instrument will be used for Ihe fiit time noxt Sut day This is the oldest church in the county and this is tlie fits time an instrument has been used in the services Shooting at Depot Thursday afternoon a shooting took place at tho L and N depot the trouble arising among four hays who were tramping through the country The difficulty arose between Thoe Smith and Edgar Jonea tho former shooting the latter The wound is a dangerous one and Jones still lies at the Richmond Hotel Two ol the boys made their escape but Smith who did tho shooting Will placed in j il Each reluses to talk aud nothing will de veloped until exuninln trial i Condensed SemiAnnual Statement of the State Bank Trust Co P i RICHMOND KY at Close of Business June 30 1909 I RESOURCES hbOaus and discounts 422745 34 Overdrafts j t J 9053 86 Checks and cagh itms 144 00 U 8tD 969ue00 Biuking house and lot 21000 00 0111131esUtti f svj V 15375 00 Fixtures and vuwls t l 4000 00 Expenses paid GmnnOis 2 T 04 5510 43 T 77axes0 00 Tbtaiesouices592746 41 St LTABILIJLES 1 Capital Stock w t 1 150000 00 Surpfus Fuud V 7 12000 00 Undivided profits r u u 10519 62 Individual epo 1t n fo f31537 9t Trust funds on deposit 5388 81 Bank i V 159OO Total deposits22679 I1ottle Your attentipnis respectfullyj called to the above statf- I meutWc so1iityourpitrofl1geifl both our Banking an Trust Companv departments and aaure you any bus iviss entrusted to this bank shall have our careful and ape preciative attention jTL E iUirii iH li DANGER JA 8UJVAi ijhi t f Jll1 1 ht fruWMtj J i X u I lhJ j i Great CutPrice Sale O- f11eSPNu Suitstoo On Saturday June 19thwe will begin a fifteendays cut price clearance sale of all spring and summer suits for CASH ONLY Stocks are much carriedTheseover Many are the hunou Kenton Specials the finest suits made None reserved all go m sizes mnr to fit every man For 2About twentyfive Boys Long Pants Suits fine all woolmaterial of great durability but old stock and out of style Take them for 2a suit Cheaper than overalls 4 9 DOs Knee Siits Very unusual reduction on all Boys Knee Suits with straight pants as follows gg for O3U 4 350 oo for 250 250 300 for I 75 THE STORE FOR + + T Good Ones Robert Walker sold for J W Herd to Indianapolis parties the Peavino stallion for 050 The same parties also bought the Benj Wilcox stallion at same price Circus Tax The county clerk has been notified by State Inspector Thatcher as to license fees for circuses The law provides that a circus ranstpay for each 100 per sons residing in the town Fire at WinchesteriWinchester a severe lire Saturday morning Games livery stable near the old Court View Hotel can ht first and several adjoining buildings were consumed before the flames could be extinguished Several Horses were burned to deathtSix 100 Premiums At the big Madison County Fair August 18 1J 20 these will be given six SUXJ premiums which will bring stock from all parts of the State They are for best colt best mule colt walk lug stake saddle ring and best roadster One On Richmond Lawyer The Valley View Argent tells the following A Richmond lawyer wound up bis prayer at a recent prayer meeting in the lollowing strain In conclusion your Honor I might say many other things but thete will suf fice tonight School Books Prof Crabbe State of Schools issued a list of the books adopted for the use oi the countrj schools for the next five years The renders arithmetics grammars and ptrhaps ptbers are the same as are now being used here and the charge wilt make but litile difference Great Damage To Wheat The almost constant lain of tho past fuw weeks tilLs played havoc with the wheat nod fortunate indeed is tho fumieiB who will gel half a crop The early rains retaid d the growth of the grain to a gro4t extent and now that it will be so hard to harvest the loss will be still greater A largo crop was sjwn in Madison and the losbis no tiiviul matter Fair Catalogue All the copy for the Richmond fair catalogue has been handed in to The Clmaxjob printing department and tho bo ks are now in work We hope to have them ready in a short time and you should not fall to get a copy The premium lists arc much larger than heretofore and many new featUres have been added It is sate to predict that Madison will have the bust fair ever held here and the peo pie can look forward for an entertain ment well worth coming to see Yes Were jn iiis addrees at Estill Springs Mayor Woods said If you do riot think Richmond is growing take a look at the streets covered with build inK material One must walk zigzag to pass then piles of brick lumber und and other material beini used in the erec ion ot modern buildings The mayor told the truth aud his words tells the situation Our towa already the btst fin the map is growing rapidly arid with that steady growth mi anhjz EO much to the community Theres nothing on the mushroom orJerrlts tolJ1tto atay lbOOll11l1ton the state hasta more brilliant re Very Beet GiaHRlt i Sagar poancha for 109 JK B Park Fiftt St Jf tf1 7 1 f u Brakeman Injured Joe Hilton an L N brakeman was injured at Brush Creek Friday night and was brought to his borne in this citv At first lie appeared to have received venous injuries but is very much improved and will go back on his run in a few days Bank Elects Officers A t a meeting ot directors of the Waco Deposit Rank the following officers were elected Proeident C L Seatcy vicepresident 11 H Covington cashier III M Rowland The bank is n a prosperous and flourishing condi tion paying the usual dividend and tin joying a large volume of business Old Fiddlers Contest There will be fun and a good time t the East End Rink Thursday night he 2Qth Arrangements have been made for an old fiddlers contest to be given that night and inany of the but old wielders of the bow hays eared their nAmes and a hot conteit It as sured After the contest a dance will be given Serious Accident Mr Jay Lackey of the firm of Todd Lackey met with a very serious aud painful accident last week While saw ing wood splinter flew arid stuck him in the eye and the pain was so excru ciating that Mr Lackey was taken to a specialist in Lexington He was ad vied that the eye had been totally de stroyed and would have to be removed Mr lackey is still suffering greatly and it is hoped tho accident will not prove as serious an is anticipated Special Rate SDrlngslhave noon to Monday morning and the plan is working well as many are taking advantage of this low rate to enjoy the delightful resort So many are taking advantage of this rate that Mr Riddell has decided to give a grand ball each Saturday night This is the best time t 9 visit Estill as there is a crowd of delightful people thnre and the service can not be excelled Special Trains Iho Lancaster Fair Association ham arranged for three special trains to its exhibitions July 28 29 30 One will run from Richmond from Cori and anothoi from Louisville on each dayof the fair It required taU hustling to get these trains Cut with such men as John Farra and Bob Elkln at the helm success in any undertaking is assured The Climax is glad to state that a large number of our people will go down and take In the big shows in our neighboring city The Richm ndspecial will l ave about 730 a m returning after the fair Cow Test The State Board of Health has issued a sweeping proclamation re quiring every cow in tbeStato to be subjected to the tuberculin test or during the immediate destruction of those which the test shows to be in fected with tuberculosis and pI ovid ingthat no cattle can hereafter be brought into the State until the tuberculin test has bcea shows that they ate free from tuberculosis germs conducted by Dr Cyrus adpatoofogistunder the direction of a milk corn mission apr isted fay the Jefferson County Fiscal Court resulted ia this reeomta jMtaofl whlefc U intead i te protect the belUi It UM BenHimn efUk who might Mhcwis IM Ii f ettdwUK tabmatetfe frm edtle il r I 2000 2250 2500 Choice for 1650J500 Choice r J250 now 950 1000 now 750 I Qtitof Style Suits About L0O suits as fine as we ever sold formerly priced at 10 to 25 Nothing wrong but the style Choice for only 5 And some that are soiled and shop worn for 350 4 Cool Suits at 350 Fine quality wool crash coat and pants suits no vest nice cool summer suits off styles but great bargains Former prices 8 to 15 Choice now for 350 The pants alone are worth more XX SS Superintendent Growing WeekEnd Experiments Protracted Meeting A protracted meeting will begin at the Brtptiot church in Kingston next Monday tho I9tb The regular pastor will be assisted by Rev A R Willett a minister of wide reputation and abil Ity All are invited to attend the services Card of Appreciation K The Climax is asked to publisn following We the pupils oY t Rollins class5de ire to express our Ap predation of her work Byher intense interest untiring energy and selfsacri ficing spirit she has endeared herself to each and every member of tbe class May tbe Father of Peace preserve and keep her Signed Students of Summer Normal School Berry Simpson on Trial The trial of Berry Simpson alleged loader of the riot at Stearns Ky on Christmas day was called at a special term of the United States Court in this city Monday A jury was quickly secured and tbe trial is now in prog ress Judge Cochran and District At torney Davidson are here the former presiding and tbe Utter prosecuting the cue Mat Sells Some Good Ones Lexington LeaderMat S Cohen tho local horseman has sold two sad dle horses toD I McCullough of Atlanta Gs One was Princess Patricia a lull sister to Edna May and sold for 1500 Princess Patricia is five years old and by Rex Peavine The other was walktroicanter fiveyear old chestnut gelding The price for the latter animal is private Normal Commencement Commencement exercises of the Normal School will be held in the Norma Chapel this Tuesday evening The addresses will be interspersed with music by an orchestra composed of localmusicians and a large audience will enjoy the exercises The di plomas will be delivered by Hon J A Sullivan Following IE the list of the graduates together with county from which they came Leslie Anderson Lincoln is B Chandler Johnson H LDaviH Bojd C R Fallis Boyle C K Gilford Mason C S Hhlbrook Johnson CJ JIIIPH Knox Elizabeth Morgan Oldhaiii Ida Pettus Uarrard Calbryn V Scott Madison D H Stearns Urabi The baccalaureate sermon was preached by Dr J A Smith At theFirit Presbyterian church Sunday morning Business Improving Apostles of the Richmond uplift are pleased by the stories now being told by merchants of a general tendency to an increase in their business Satui day was what is known as a good day with most of them They attri bute this to the fact that nearly everybody is at work full time and file farmers will have fairly good crops notwithstanding the delay caused by rains Of course there are exceptions to this condition but it is the common belief that these exceptions wilt be come rapialy fewer The whole phil osophy ofa good business town is bound tipJu the words live tho people money Of course give is not to lie literally constructed But people must have money before they spendit The way to have money ii to earn it So it follows that the more people are at work the more prosper 098 the tows alt other tImings being equal Eight now concerted attempt should brn de to put more people at work aiKi that it will succeed there is little devbt Richmond Is enjoying a rapid growth especially eo within the pMt ar I has maintained its SB p e my among cities its size 1C will tHe pome Briag argument to prove M M11eUIIiPIHI that he Will sot eons tikirt p1tie4ir r for JItstrengthens the kidnoyt so they will eliminate impurities frcuu the blood that upets the system and depress the nerves causing exhaus tion and loss of than over1come 1by VjjX X N x A1iI4TODD Sirs America V Todd aged 69 years died Friday at her homo in Terrill this county She has been a sufferer for some time from a compli cation of diseases and her death was unexpected The burial took place Sunday morning at the Richmond Cemetery She is survived by four children Mrs J D Todd Mrs Lina Murry S M and Jno K Todd Sire was a member of the Baptist church aud the funeral services were conduct ed by Rev R L Brandenburg AnnccgLEThe death of young John Arbuckle Friday was a peculiarly sad one He was a boy of only ten years and tho pride of loving parents anti highly thought of by all who knew him Several days ago he stepped upon a stick which bounded and struck him on the knee Time injury grew rapidly worse until lockjawdeveloped causing his death in a very short lime lIe was an unsually bright boy and his death is greatly deplored He was the son of Mr Mat Arbuckle one of our most prominent and influential citizens Funeral services were conducted Satur day byRe Mr Marshall of the Bap List church after which the remains were interred in the Richmond Ceme teryDouortsAfter an illness of more than a year Mr Thomas Douglas died at his home on the Lancaster pike about two mites from town Monday afternoon at five oclock Some time arolIr Douglas suffered a stroke of paralysis and since that time has been confined to his room most all of the time through able to make occasional trips to town Two subsequent strokes cune near causing his death but his remarkable vitality and courage en abled him to withstand them Ilis de voted wile and loving daughters were constantly at his side and nil that could be done was done for his comfort Mr Douglas was a farmer bv occupation owning one of th3 best tracts of laud in Madison county Ho resided here all his life and was a man who enjoyed the confidence and highest esteem of aU wino knew him He was generous to a fault and his kindness of heart won A friend of all with whom he mad dealings He is survived by his wife and two daughters Miss Kate and Dick who have the deepst sympaty of all in their great loss and trouble Funeral services will be con ducted at the home at ten oclock tomorow Wendesday morning tbe burial to take place at the Richmond cemetery NKALE Again we are called upon to chronicle the death of one of Madi son countys most honorable citizens It is indeed remarkable that so many of our of promiuerjit and most influen tial citizens should be called to their rewardwithin so short a space of time but Ho who knows bent and tlooth nil things well was has decre3d hind we should humbly submit with the prayer Thy will be done After a liiitieriR illness Mr BH Nenle died at his home near this city Tuesday night While he bad been a sufferer for some time and his demise was ex pected yet it was a great shock to his legion of friends and acquaintances in tire county and town He was In his sixtyfifth year Mr Nnalo spent his life in Madison and was one of the bestknown and most prominent citi zMin the county Ho was a very raccMefal farmer and devoted fa th- eraoMtiehorse in which ba i u w krwM ciuftlly M Bnccwwftthr lie- l i- 11m50 5 weHknownhwlIghollt the several tracks Ho was a graduate of DoPauw Universityanda man well read on history and current events His hospitality was a characteristic countryhomehis threshold was to receive welcome never to be forgotten He was devothd to his family and their welfare and happiness were his chief ambition He is survived by his wife and three childron Messrs JfimesJ Lewis N and Mrs Mary Thompson who have the deepest sympathy in their great loss He was a member of the Chris tian church and Rev Hugh McLellan conducted the funeralservices at tbo homoThursday morniug after which the remains were interred at the Rich mond Cemetery How It Works A Winchester man with a peculiar impediment in one of his eyes which causes the eye to wink rapidly three to five times 1 n succession and then a brief stop btfore beginning again met with a funny incident while in a local option town on business this week He had a severe attack of cramp colic and stepped into a drug store to get a remedy to relieve the trouble The clerk came forward caught the auto matic vi ration of that off eye and without a word went behind the pre scription case brought him out a stiff drink and said fifteen cents Our Winchester friend handed over the money and took tbe drink Three more drug stores were visited and that cabalistic sign brought three more drinks but the Winchester man is as yet undecided whether the correct sign was three or five winks and as it was a pretty fair article of Winchester whisky that bad been shipped in and as it laid out the colic after the second drink lie was in a condition that he didnt much care Winchester Democrat vuBoysI Long Pants Ages 15 to 20 years Fine stylish cliprices1250 1500 for975 1000 for 750 Vor5HAbout fifty Boys Long Pants Suits best material and workmanship sizes J 6 to 20 years not the latest styles regular prices J 0 to 5choice now for only 5 Great for school or everyday wear COVINCTONBANKSQUALITY oil C Speaks In New York Senator Jas B McCreary accepted an invitation to speak before the CitydelIveringHe is honorary member of the society complimenthighly By the way the papers in Kentucky continue to nominate Senator Mc Creary for almost every office within tho gift of the people which goes to show that he is still held in the highest esteem However he said dayIuse of my name but Iam not a candidate for any office but am ready at any and all times to give my best Democratlc Strong There was a lawyer in B whose name was Strange and it was said that never since ho had started in his profession had he told a lie But one day he died and a collection was taken up among those who knew him for the erection of a memorial stone After they got it a dispute arose as to what would be suitable to inscribe on it They all had something to say except one individual who did not seem to takn any interest in the matter but nothing seemed suitable At last the person referred to was asked what he thought abont it Well said he I have some thing short and sweet How is this Here lies the body of a lawyer who never told a But people will not know who he was protestedWcllf when people sayThatsBits K a = = 23000000 For Teachers School teachers of Kentucky will theyhavefixing of the school per capita today at 4 the largest that has ever been nearlyf3000OOO mon schools of the State Under this por capita the minimum salary of school teachers will be 33 33 and the maximum 0000 as compared with a minimum of 23 cnly two vears ago The following statement was issued late Friday afternoon by Prof J H Crabte State Superintendent of Public Instruction The State School Fund estimated distributed for the payment of teach era for the fiscal year ending June 30 1910 amounts to 2975652 The per capita is declared f4 The per capita last year was fJflO this year is an increase of 40 cents hen e this per capita for the year lOOflliO is the largest in the history of tie Stale The school census showing pupil children reports as follows Pupils in counties 59l1 Pupils in cities 152 The school census last year w 798021 pupils This year the ft crease is 588 pupils A Jolt trytovolcano With red chalk she drew the blackboard fiery flames issurfrom a mountain top When the dray ing was done she turned to the cl Jtelllooks like hell maam replied one the youngsters with startling promptness t Thcmewly married couple will be able to STBETCH that I dollar the urtherest HERE in the furnishing of their NEST5JNofalone are we lowpriced but wo are superbly stocked i meetjilie most exacting demands of the most particular inIX everything in FURNITURE Itll pay you to Secure our I Fprieesand look cur stocks over before you buy Try QurIa EASY PAYENT PLANyou will like it LUiiANand HIGGINS H- SFurniture r Carpets andIJ J i Ii6 C t jI coves 9IP Hotl lynfnttt 2f Ric1imor Kentucky fr Secli Uplle oralf hl hines i IIdqurera t t Uii u t 4 F I L 7Mar j v u VC H r = a r t r r oiL It a1 tJ J B StoufferEstablished Harvest Season is here and when in needa of a machine dont forget that we handle the t Deering Binders and Mowers the machine noted for its light draft and durability t Qoodloc I Curtis rte a r vrej s r o ev i I l I George English i I PLUMBING j Doctor for 1 JGClS and Gasoline Engines J Agents for Johnson Best System of Water Works for country and suburban homesl1210 E Main Street 619I RICHMOND KENTUCKY 1l r HOWSTHIS 1 Best Beattyville COAL400 a Ton2000 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 Lerr A Depot JUCHlJOKDKY Blue Grass FairCORTORATED Lexington Ky August 914 16BIG DAYS AND NIGHTS Biggest and Best in tie Saudi 25000IN PREMIUMS TIle Best Horse Show in America c SplendidDisplay Ever7 Class of Live Sleek Saddle Horse Stake Excellent AMtf abileRaciail Monday I Aug 9- yigk C1a slTrotting md Runa t Races Daily ya excelled Program of Airusement and Carnival Attractiww 10 JBSg Free Acts Daily JLO For Catalog or further Information add- rJiq s- UTT SHOIIS Secy LexkgtoiB JE i c 7r Ii z jjiifi e k l Sterling Clothes rARE THE BEST- CLOTHES Bench Tailored Ready to Wear Guaranteed not to Shrink or Fade j H 0 years experience theIfactory guarantee suits all sizes from smallest boy to largest man Newest stock t in city to select from Fine Line New Style I Hatsanti Furnishing Goods Suit Cases Trunks Umbrellas etc at lowest prices for high class goods i t Oldest 6ji 1QQO Laxative for- Women Free There is a great difference in the purposes to which a laxative should be put Tablets and pills salts etc are usually violent purgatives o powerfulA woman at aU times needs only a mud laxative In fact none other thoughtheymove the bowels and If a gentle laxative will do It what Is the use of a violent oneDr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin has earned a welldeserved vogue among women and nusneessarllyIt Is a liquid laxative tonic and ad anbowelThe price is only 50 cents or Jl a bot druggistswomeInsueliketroubleurely or b unnecessary Its tonic properties build ts the and intestinal muscles s that they act naturally again That th headsfamlltesVa Mrs K L Stout of Louisville K outWllIluns J of that place writes the whole to3 seems to be using It youwantsend your name to the doctors address as below and a free test bottle will be sent you Then if results Are satisfactory you can buy it of your druggist If there Is anything about your ailment that you dont understand or if you want writetoanswer you fully There Is no charge for this service The address is Dr W B Caldwell 500 Caldwell bldg Montlcello nL STOCKTON HAGAN If you are going to sell out and want your goods to bring all they are worth get J Wa Shearer White Hall Ky to conduct your sale His charges are reasonable Resumed Business Having been out of the painting and paper business for about four years have decided to again resume this class of work and use this method to ask a share of your patronage guarantee tug first class work in every respent The people of Richmond and MaJfson county are familiar with my work neb as paper hanging painting var lishing etc I shall take great n making estimates on any work yon may desire in this line no matte- how small the job Keep splendid lin of wall paper from which to select Thanking you for past favors and earnestly soliciting a share of you future business I am Respectfully W L Leeds 141 Second St tf Richmond Ky James Hunley Will buy or sell your house farm town lots or any thing else in the Real Estate line Any business intrusted to him will be promptly and carefully attended to See him if his services are needed With Zaringrs Patent Flour heiferMadtalisactory rest lfs II the girl dopsnl eaonthe Relit Ot t a seek of riB8 Plus dlg inbMth railltr- VLlr to lih dMftlit1Rr u r H AFFECT FERTILITY OF EGGS Too Warm Quarters and Overfeeding Laying Stock Have Injurious Effect Offlcials of tho department of agri culture bave been collecting data re gardlpg the factors which affect the fertility of eggs It hasbeen found that too warm quarters for laying stock and pverfeevdlng are commonly believed to exercise an unfavorable in fluenco on egg fertility The way eggs are handled or stored 13 also believed to affect the proportions which will hatchThe conditions under which Incuba tion occurs also have an eHect The vigor and character of the parent stock and the length of time the male bird has been with the flock are also Important questions with respect to egg fertility At the outset It should be stated that fertility and hatcha blllty are not necessarily identical An egg may be fertile and still the germ does not have sufficient vitality to produce a healthy chick under the ordinary conditions of Incubation In a series of incubator experiments at the Rhode Island station of 8677 eggs tested 83 per cent were quad to be fertile while only 46 per cent of the fertile eggs or 386 per cent of the total number of eggs hatched under the conditions of the tests The various observations made while not entirely conclusive Indicate that In order to secure fertile eggs which will hatch the laying stock must not be kept In very warm quarters males should be kept with the hens continually and only those eggs should be used which are produced after tho male has been with the hens several days Only fowls from very vigorous parent stock and those known to produce a high percentage of fertile eggs hens vary widely In this respect should be used The hens should be allowed to rest after each laying period while the eggs should be handled carefully not be subjected to extremes of temperature In storage and be used only when comparatively freshSFEEDiSuccessful Raising f Chickens De penda on Supplyl PropttaK nd of Feed at Rlg Time r r The successful ralslngiof poultry dependrproper proportion A fowl re quires a certain quantity of food con taming protein carbohydrates antI overoor A study of the composition of the body and feathers of a fowl shows thatalmost onehalf of the dry matter of the body Is pro j eight POI cent ash nt the Csclearly the Importance of SupplYing a liberal allowance of both protein and ash matter In the rations of poultry NOTES OF THE POULTRY YARD offowlscurious to me why some people In sisted upon keeping scrub hens crossbredforbroilers etc I believe that better re cults 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 hatched with hens Their artificial condition makes susceptlbleature opportunitybreeds than among any other kinds of stock We can select color accord- Ing to our taste we can breed for eggs or for flesh for sitters or non sitters for large or small fowls Feeding fowls does not consist In quantitproperlyfeedsame 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 wetee exception that moisture was used In different machinees e eggs The sand In the maximum ture machines was kept wet all th keprt standing on the sand The final results showed an increase In number of chicks hatched of 32C percent by using moisture In Incu bators For Sale For wall paper see R Juett Son They land hang it at reasonable e prices You dont kayo to wait the have it in stock Phone 419 tI Fully Guaranteed his satisfactory to know that any article purchased is fully guaranteed by tlio company Such is the cafe with Spirella Corset which is sold by Mis S A Deatherage who wll be pleased to fill all orders This corset is durable and comfortable as Mrs Deathorage fs prepared to fit any siz HIC 11 Klugcr the Jeweler 10CO Virginia Ave Indianapolis Irid writes 4 was so weak from kidney trouble that I could hardly walkt hundred feet Four bottles of ioleyo Kidney Remedy cleared my com plexion cured my backacheand tho irregularities disappeared and I can now attend to business every day nud recommend Folpyff Kjdnl Rume lv to all sufferers as it curt Mo aftei the doctors and other remedies had failed Fbloys Kidney Remedy will euro any ease of kidney or bladtle r disease hat it is not boybndthe reaob of medicine Sold by Stockton ant UagBB Money to Loan on Good Far LandstThe Northwestern Mulus ijfio In MlfcHC Co will loan money at 5 j er ei4tM iwterwit OB good iHfcered fern 1 lair tXotJIIiKe AMd t1JI c CfM litthMtt 3hittittlt Eft Destroys HairGerms Recentdiscoveries have shown 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 1 Does not change the color of the hair rnnl 1 With eeah bottle eboR It to your doctors It e aye Recent discoveries have also proved that dandruff is caused germs on the scalp Therefore to cure dandruff the to do Is to completely destroy these dandruff germs Here same Ayers Hair will the same splendid results Mdebytho3CdyerCa Lowell btu For Sale Ilonsei aiid lot 83x27 located on Irvine St Good In use ami cisteri and nfl conveniences x L 0 Schmidt MASH FEED FOR CHICKENS The Number Feeding Wet Mash Ap pears to Be Increasing as Re cults Given Are Better Most poultrymen feed mash some wet some dry The number feeding the latter appears to be Increasing Its advocates claim equal or greate results healthier and more Ilgprouf stock and better results at halchlnr time and there certainly Is a savlnj of labor There Is no questioning th fact that waxing and cwrylng wo mash for any considerable number o hens Is hard work and takes time What do the hens say about dr mash We have tried It Ina smal way and I have been surprised t see how readily hens that had beer accustomed to wet mash took to it says a writer In Good Literature W have fitted out five pens with homemade dryfe l hoppers and are trying It on the hens this winter A cut o one of these hoppers Is shown herewith It Is made from a soap box 2 inches long S Inches deep and 1 Inches wide Inside measure Th throat at the bottom is two Inches ant the tray part Is twoInches deep Th cover Is made sloping to dlscourag any easeloving hen from taking as nfter mash siesta thereon Leather hinges are used on some of ours ThI hopper might be made with the bo on end making a shorter tray an less exposed surface If preferrec SelfFeeding for Dry Mij Thcsf dry feed hoppers made t pekijghey may bo a IIttgmore artlstit no better for purposes Another style of hopper for feeding wet mash consists of two triangula end pieces 20 inches high to whlcl are fastened one by two Inch strips and to these are nailed the upright strips about two inches wide shad at the upper ends On one side these are nailed fast but on the other the atthean auger hole In the triangular piece thus making a sort of gate which it opened to put the feed Into the trough A wire hook at the middle fastens this to the other side when closed hlgbVshapedat each end so that it may be removed readily for cleaning We have two of these feed troughs which have troughInthe other of galvanized Iron The lat ter Is now rusted through In severa places while the wooden ono Is good Tbesefeedof any desired length We have also a couple of the same style racks about 18 inches square veryythe galvanized Iron pans rusted out In a couple of years One of these was built with a space under the pan so that some hot bricks might be put under In cold weather to keep the water from freezing These devices may be purchased from some poultry supply hotises though I think the sides are made of round rods Instead of slats No Fear from the Chickens It does not require a very large plot gardentruckshould be felt The large fields of corn and potatoes can In most cases distancefromevent the fowls will harm them little after they get a good start But by no means would we be without a thehensvest time and of course breeding hens theyandfowlsgreater part of the season On this securedhence Fence Out the Chickens A great many farmers and others do claimthey forhensIs generally conceded and of course hensinranged by having the garden fenced contraryto cantbeactor Reverse EngUshI tngdownaged Why what on earths the mafter she was asked How did you hurt feet Dinah r rDal r i ani4 wlffclubsteno pavement Everybodys JlaEa Volrn rnVtrMHihJAMtch Cook Wanted Good wage s paid sgaidceoktvjule or ijklWrile or Phone rL wite- tf iMtttlt1J u i F GreatRedoctiori= = SA== == = = lx= = === =i As the season is growing late we have decided to make a clean sweep in of our stock of spring and summer goods and beginning f WednesdaytJUNE19t11 we will slash prices on everything t This is a rare chance to buy DRY GOODS DRESs GOADS NOTIONS in fact everything to be found in a highclass establishment at cost andr LASS 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 of the State Remember we handle only the best grade of merchandise and have no old stock to work offan inspection will prove our statements trI J1Vy r = 3 N V WHITEMAIN STRE T- RICHrvlONb KYf Ky1ariag Work B M LACKEY Prop Carriages Runabouts Buggies Road Wagons Surreys Carts We handle the best brands on the market and sell them on an absolute guarantee of satisfactio- nowestPrices Always L For Sale A No 1 carriage lu good condition practically new for sale chrap Also a two scat trap which nay likcwis be fought at a narpiin May bepecn at Richmond Motor riumliinf Co tf ACo Scanlan W H Boltontt General Blacksmith Carriage and Buggy Painting Special Attention to ULepairiiig Buggies Wagons and Farm Machinery We Put On The Best Rubber Tires Made Our Facilities For F rn clu Bonubodng Are Unsurpassed Shop atKy Carriage Works Water Street t WALL P PER We have addedto our busi ness a Hue of Wall Paper con sisting of the Latest and Most TJp ToDatc Patterns from 5ets a bolt up We are practical in this line of work and will be pleased to have you call and get our prices Estimates furnihetl for sort of interiordecorations B Juett Son Phone 449 145 First st It is always cheapest in the long fun to get the best We do the very b- estCoiwrete WorkGave us your order and you will be well pleased and thoro ly satisfied RStonePhone 432 Farley March are now selling HATS AT YOUR OWN PRICE Comp early and get big- bargains fnTKe gipettion of the graduation gift for the Sweet Grkrl G atluitted cart lest be made here WerMLyea4silend 3 as sII tnlentnfsmalt Gold Jewelry WutchesrCriains Bracelet L kets charmtte that yilljtfvi3 ra uttial plet urc tohithth recipient JWid Ui purcl i sr All specially priced for this occasion Your ey uniuatioit is j vesijeGtfuIly solicitd iJjif 4 E LANE t f R AtiM Std 1l1ttiltliMtl f r i 5ij The Madison County Fair Fair Grounds RICHMOND KY fridayAug 3 DAyS 3 Liberal Premiums Fine Music FLORAL HALL PrelidentTJ K McKINNKY VPreuldcnt BC DOTY SURVEYOR Solicits the Patronage of the Genera Public Prices Reasosable See him or write Union CityKy David Dunn Secy New Method Teeth Ext without PAIN 0 Dr Hobson Richmond f Ky n We have just received a car load of Red Cedar Shingles and a car of Yellow Poplar ShinglesT- ry barnThe allKindsMillwork EBLAN rON COMPArf Telephone 425 vgg Near L Sc A De pot T 4Qo CHAITANOORA J 4ero AND RETURN r QUEEN CRESCENT RUnJULY 19TH AND 2OTH t Return Omit July 31st 1lV lm tutr 1CIIISipovecPt1yI1 atPUlEA SPRINGS Ge SP fAL RATES ArAIL HOTELSVs gfESottl eflATftltIi 1atTwN JeJII1I 4 a rl iiti 0J1 7 jNILii t Ar I