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V tlE1 ff RIC1 MONO C1ttIMAX VOLUME36g n= j fi kb RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JULY 21 1909 1SUMBFR 7 1u WALL PAPER BRO wERSv Matting Week goHIeling cost The word BARGAIN never had a stronger better or truer meaning than nOvItdetermination to clean up stock was ever written onthe face of a price ticket you will find it attached to each roll of Matting JAl NESE MATTINGS In elaborate carpet atterns1 novelty effects hand anteddesigns 4drards per roll Regular price iOOOr special price 15 00 u u 2400tr 12 00 u to 1400tt 725u tt 1200to GOO u tt 1000c 500 JCHIl1A MATTINGS Extra heavy throu hlysatisfyingas to wearing quality in ne Lti pretty patterns Regularprice 81800 special price 900 u u 1000u soo as u imoo rtt M f 550 u u 750 tt v vV 400 u tt 600u 375 None of these rolls will be cut at prices quoted Short lengths will be sold regardless of cost C F Brower CoMAIN AND BROADWAY LEXINGTON KY When in Need of Plastering or Concretet MATERIAL SEE HURNSlUf ROBINSON Office and Warehouse on L N R R PHONE 142 RICHMOND iw We also handle all kinds ol Peed t VIe SetI MaylVanton Patterns 10 Each 7 he Right Way to get work is o buy your paper from andu to date cnegnfttret an uplodate paperhanger Analysis of an Umpire An umpire is a combination between a pirate a kidnaper a horo punchingball league to give tho players some thing to yell at when they havent hit the ball pile far enough to reach first base and to give the audience something to throw at when the game isnt interesting them Tho umpires duty Into decide whether the pitcher has put tho ball over tho plate and whether the runner has reached a base before the baseman has soaked him in the ribs with the ball This would be as easy a job as rearranging the tariff to salt everybody if it wasnt for ono thing Baseball players are very undignified and informal in their treatment of umpires So are baseball fans After an umpire has been trcacd by a crowd of players ana fans for a few minutes he generally has to be put together with liquid glue Baseball spectators are very fond of arguing decision with pop bottles chair cushions ball bats funcc boards bricks turnips players benches and clubs In some of tho country it takes an unuJually durable umpire to last nine innings Anyone can become a gocd baseball umpire after a few years practice He must bo a able to dodge large and small objects from four directions at once to bypnptizo 200pound players who are peevish by looking them In the eye and saying 10 in firm tones and to watch a baseball in front of him and a baserunner be hind him at tho same time A good baseball umpire should be entirely deaf and should possess a voice like a megaphone He should enjoy be ing hated by everybody and should find a deep pleasure in being escorted of the park by nineteen police lOUt while two thousand fans clamor his gore A very good umpire is regarded as a little worse than a grave robber by almost everybody A very poor one is so much more un popular that prominent business mutt sometimes bite holes out of the wire netting in front of the grand stand in their eagerness to get him Baseball umpires sometimes live to a great age in spite of their unhealthy dccUpatiotl but no baseball umpire has ever been elected to a public office An umpire ouce ran for tlie office of hoe 412 wipe BAXTER r ITG1VES THE BEST RESULTSt I cnRR LIGHTANATOM ICALLY TR- ADEeSMITHSONIANTh a Dog Catcher in and some citizens got up at 5 oclock and Voted all day him He lost the office by 3000 000 votes the popu lation of the city at that time was million A FAN For Sale For wall paper see B Juett Son They spit it hang It at prices Yon dont have to wai1 they have it in stock Phono 149 tl It ill to know that any article iajully by tho company Such is the case with Spirella Corset which is sold by Mis S A who will be pleased to fill all orders This corset is durable and as Mrs is to fit any size ft This Will Interest You should be benefited by taking Foleys Orino for jtomach and liver trouble and habitu It the stomach and breach gently stimu lates the liver and the bowels and is much to pills and laxatives Why not TRUSS v IN ANY- POSITION We make Specialty of Fitting Trusses Perry and Thomas Chicago against though scarcely reasonable Fully Guaranteed satisfactory purchased guaranteed Deatherage comfortable Deatheraxe prepared Everyone Laxative constipation sweetens regulates superior ordinary todaySold HOLDS The CaUSfS of High Prices Secretary of Agriculture Wilson who has lust returned from a trip through the Western 8tt s says that lack of farm hands is t e chief cause of the hid price of food tutTshAll through the West and Northwest the same situation exists said Mr Wilson The country is as healthy and prosperous as it ever was but thousands of acres of valuable and fertile land are lying idle because the owners cann it hire labor although wages paid tarot hands m theso States are the equal of those paid to the laborers in our cities The Immigrants who land on our shores all flock to the cities and those of them who hayldone farming in their own countries are incompetent and nearly useless to the American f armors because they do not understand the modern machinery used on the farms in this country Prices of grains and vegetables there fore are bound to be high and of course with these staples selling at hitch prices the value of meats is thereby raised Very Best Granulated Sugarri pounds for Jas B Park Firat St tf Many AutomobilesT- wo hundred thousand motor cars are to be manufactured in America next year says the Lexington Gazette This is the calculation ot General Manager Alfred Reeves of the American Motor car Manufacturers Associa tion alter an extended trip through Pennsylvania and Now England and other parts of the country where he has been studying conditions and plans of producers Figures and plans taken from makers of axles magnetos frames and other parts have served to make up Mr Reeves estimate There isI hardly a factory of automobile parts in the United States says he but that is not contemplating enlarging and increasing facilities Qnly the question of sufficient expert labor will set ve to cut down the num ber of cars to be turned out At present there aro 150000 motor cars in the United States according to Mr Reeves Of glee cars to be turned out next year 105000 will be pleasure cars 30000 high wheel bugs ies made by carriage concerns and 5000 steam and electric carriages and commercial carriages The averae price will be about 2503 cars below SI 500 being in great est demand although there is no lessen ing in the demand for cars of high grade Auto manufacturers look tor the increase next year with perfect conti dence They believe they willow un able to supply the national demand The Lexington Motor Car Company will manufacture a 1500 car and will put out 300 of them The company claims they have already 175 of these sold Their present highest price car sells for 2500 Switches and pulls made to order Stock on hand to select from I also have in stock triangles chignons in fact everything in hair dressing I guar antee to restore grey hair to its original color Call and see me at 421 Walnut St Mrs Alice Harper I buy hair and combings and clippings 3m If you are sick Foleys Kidney Remedy will help you even if you have no pronounced symptoms of kidney trouble It strengthens the kidneys so they will eliminate impurities from the blood that upcts the system and depress the nerves causing exhaus tion and loss of vigor than Foleys Kidney Remedy will quicklyover conic and restore your health Co m mence today and jolt will feel better at once Pleasant to take Sold by Stockton Hagan julm 1 he Wrong Way is to buy a lot dold stock and get anybody to hang it for you Phone v WALL PAPER il FOR You AND YOUR WIFE Achccrful pretty bedroom will help you to start t in a cheerful pleasant mood Its a ti haven of rest for you to come back to at night And all day long it is a pleasure to yourwife To make a pretty bedroom it is more important to have i tastefulfurnitureUiatharmonizeSfthanfurniturethatinerely t costs n lot A brass bed or a pretty white you prefer bureau and chiffonier of light color birdseyot maple is especially pretty a low rocking chair and one or Itwo straight back chairs to match n mirror five foot higbrscrewed onto a closet door a sofa upholstered cretonne a shirtwaist box covered with the same and the cretonne f repeated in hangings at the window over white muslin curtains a light colored rug on the floorall this does fnot cost very much ifyou buy from us and makes a pretty room Come in and talk it over Dont forget to get a STEARNS FOSTER mattress That is what makes your bedroom a haven ofrest No other mattress is so comfortable Made in four grades of superiority 1050 to 2250 z Windsor Grade at 1350 is guaranteed superior to any 1 other a leerlised mattress We sell it on 60 nights trial t If you roB part with It at the end of that time we will return your money without question or commen OLD ADI and LACKEY Day Phone 76 ws 0 Night 136 SpecialtyZZ9t THE RIISTLINB CASH STORE 30 Days Deduced Prices We Sell May Manton Patterns rOc Each Owing to our having been so hindered during the early spring season by the repairing on our store front we find ourselves with entirely gwilloffer our customerstoo many spring y Etraordinary i i 7 il J I I7 aIues f ti J i 14y iZ ir order to reduce bur surplus stOCK We are one house which alwa Yshas done are now doings and will continue to do business on the fixed cCj j principle of telling the truth about our merchandise and giving our patrons the most and the best for their money It has been our greatest jLdesire to have out friends buy from us without any fear of misrepresentationon our part and to command greater volume of business bi absolutely honest methods living up to what we say either in advertising or otherwise We now tell you that you can buy anything in i summer goods in our store at reduced p ameritesmany prices but we have stocks of goods to selland it will be very profitable to you to make us a visit Especially low prices on all Ready to wear Goods Waists Suits Skirts f etc We have knifed to the bottom all mens light weight clothes Talk about Jchcap wc will surj prise you v by offering suits fromjS198 up 0 T VERY RESPECTFULLY YOURS I Hamilton Brta 1 j 7 4 r RICHMONDCORMAIN1sTf i 1c q Keep Cooland ComfortableI By Wearing NIunsing41 Union Suits d f v the very nicest underwear you can buy also the most economical They are perfect fitf tigt fine quality light weight noniritating and nonchaffing Once you wear the Munsing Underwear you will always wearjt PRICES RANGE FROM 5Oc to 15O OWEN VIcKee The Richmond Climax nEUSXCO PERT IT THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO Incorporated A D MILLER Preset and Mangr LOUIS LANDRAM Editor Hnber ol PRESS and PUBUSIERS FBICE 100 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE WEDNESDAY JULY 21 19C9 ANNOUNCEMENT I announce myself a candidate for the Legislature front Madtoon eounty subject to the action of the Democratic party L B HERRINGTOX LARGELY there are two kinds of people in the world those who over estimate the value of money and those who underestimate it Into nearly every life has come the experienceof seeing a loved one dy log before his eyes and be powerless to save the afflicted one He has been willing to spend all the money lie possessed i he has perhaps em ployed eminent physicians and skilled nurses but has nevertheless seen the sparks of life flickering and has come to realize that money after all is nothing under some circumstances Perhaps he has believed in the past that wealth was allpowerful Then there has come this time when he was willing to sacrifice it all if onlyone life that meant so much to him might be spared a little longer and has found his willingness to make the sacrifice a vain thing Money is valuable but there are many things it cannot buy and this lesson sooner or later is vividly impressed upon all Then there is the class who belittle the value of money To this class its sole use is to be spent While their money lasts they live joyously happily gettingmuch pleasure out of life But eventually there comes the period of lean and hungry years when salaries are cut when dividens fall away when sick ness or old age comes on and finds them wholly unprepared They have had fun but at the expense of comfort in the after years In the time of prosperity they tailed to save and in the time of adversity they were made dependent upon the kindness of others Their years of fun were not worth their years of sorrow As be between the miser and the spend thrift the latter is by far the pre ferable But there Is a happymedIum and this medium has been found by many thousands in recent years who never had found it before Usually it means the systematic saving of a certain per cent of ones income and the investment of this with all possible safeguards Many men now run their personal affairs exactlyas they do their business affairs They Jay aside certain sums for certain purposes and they always keep with in the limits of the several funds Thus nothing can ever take them by surprise and they are always prepar ed for emergencies HON LEV B BUOWH has sold his Harrodsbur Democrat to a number of Republicans who will run the paper in the interest of that party We are glad to know that Charley White the able young man who has had charge of the paper for somo time will continue as local editor This change will give the Republicans three organs in the district and we understand the party leaders have an eye peeled for others THAT Cincinnati preacher who bad a number of canary birds to sing in the choir was an Ingenius rooster sure It may have served Its pur pose for a little while but nothing short of a bras band will keep the average congregation awake during a loiigwInletserrnonbese hot days TMI iMUrfriM JbUffitM UM iaeeau tultM i 1ft I EDITOU Charley Metcalfe of tho Pineville Sun had better look to his laurels as a speaker His son Jack certainly delivered the goods at the Estill Springs meeting of the newspaper meniand the od mans reputa tion as speaker hangs in the balance A man who has worked hard all his life without accumulating any thing cannot be blamed for cynicism when he hears the Commencement speaker tell the class that success is just hard work Mn ROOSEVELT yesterdayshot another lion and as usual saved his own life This thing of saving his own life by killing something has become a regular habit with Teddy TUE tariff on hooks and eyes was Increased one cent a pound This wont help men who are wearing out their young lives and finger nails daily fastening up dresses As lone as the world is inclined to regard a woman poorly married as better pff than one not married at all there wont be any boom in spinster hood stock A boy who ii just out of school talks about the otTers that he receives from persons anxious to em ploy him Later he merely says he found a jo- bhunt SUMMERS of the Elizabeth town News says theres no trouble to form a tobacco poollf youll just chew enough of it EVERY MAN thinks that if he had enough money he would carryout a private scheme of revenge that he has in his mind WIIEX a man dies ho wants the peo pIe to have something more to say than He had lots of fun anyway THE picnic season is here but its refreshing to know that you dont have to go A general crusade against the house fly has started bnt the fly doesnt seem to care DONT rock the boat but if you must see that you are the only one to drown P44I4PI4UIsona11 Mrs W H hider is visiting relatives in Owensboro Miss Norma Elrnorc of Lancaster is visiting relatives here T J Curtis is spending a few days at French Lick Springs Rev O E Foster of Lexington has been visiting friends here Mrs Sam Rico continues quite ill at her home on Second street Mr Quinn Taylor of Louisville la visiting his father Dr Taylor Miss Mamie Metcalf of Louisville is visiting Miss Bonnie Bybee Mrs Jones of PlnevUIe Is visiting the family of Mr C F Biggins Miss Llllie Cain is visiting relative at Pine Knot and Somerset Ky Mr George Sambrooks has returned to his home at Livingston Miss Elizabeth Blantoa Is visiting her aunt Mrs Joe Head at Ashland Miss Bottle Gentry has returned from a visit to relatives in Lexington Misses NanaiaaHd Lillie Smith were thegnests Miss Olive Gala Monday Misses Margaretta Smith and Adda Barter have gone to Seattle WasIsg tonMiss Lucile Cooper of Stanford has peen visiting Mrs Frank BoblB SOB Miss Estelle Haskins has been visit ing Miss Belle Bennett at the Glyk dont Miss MinaiQ Wagers and Aaa L Cohen ate recuperating at OlyBapte Spdlhi hHwef MdIebi ik IyhkNdt7r o r y Mr and Mrs Thos Arnold of Ueland Fla are visiting relatives in this city Mrs Cnran C Smith fa visiting her daughter Mrs Henry Rogers in Yin ccnnes Ind- Misses Loretta Brown and Mayme Rupard of Lexington are visiting friends hero Mr Dempes Chilwood of Steam Ky has been the guest of Misses Lil lie and Olive Cain Mrs iannioF Hawcs of Oak field N Y is visiting her brother Mr Dave Freeman Dr J G Bosley of Muskoge Okla has joined his wife here for a visit to relatives Hon JF TVinn and Mr Lewis Hampton of Winchester were here on business his week Judge JE Greenleaf was in Beat tyville last week looking alter some legal business Mr and Mrs Morris Long of Danville were guests of Mrs Hattie Buchanon this week Hon R IL T mllnson and daugh ter Miss Annelj of Lancaster were visitors here Sunday Mesdames Wells and Samuel Rice have returned from several days stay at Crab Orchard Springs Mrs J E Sexton and daughter Mary arejrnists of Miss Mary Gallagher in Louisville Mrs Martin Gentry and children Sallie and Ralph have been visiting relatives in Winchester Miss Esther Burnam who has been visiting Miss Irma Labrot 1h Frank fort has returned home Mr and Mrs Lewis Neale Miss Sallie Ellis and Mrs Mollle Daniels were visitors In Lexington Friday Mrs W S Lane and daughter of Covington were the guests of Mr 0 S Gray and family the past week Misses Annie Miller Bogie Laura Blanton and SueChenaultare visiting Mrs W P Gilkerson at Blanche Ky Miss Hallie Eppes has returned from several weeks stay inK oxvnJe Memphis Tcnn and Little Rock Ark Mr and Mrs Burrel King and daughter of Pine Knothave been the guests ot Mr and MrsJ C Cain near town Mss Lauretta Brown and Miss Eva May Rupard of Lexington are visit Lug Mr W B Wells and family in this county Mrs Grant Lilly is enjoying visit to Charleston White Sqlphur springs Washington and Ne York She will be absent several weeks Miss durraleen Smith has been in Lexington the past week and leaves this W eek for Detroltj Mich aad will rem 1nDLi1 the middle of Augast Miss Bessie Brewer who has been attending school at the Normal kft Friday for Ctab Orchgrd Springs he fore ret rslBg to her home in Leban onWinchester Democrat Mrs Mattie Gay had as het gaests at the Brown Proctoriaon Wedaesday MrandMrs Eugene Walker andMrs R R Bur nam of Richmond Mr and Mrs Ed Schn are rejoie iugoyer the arival of a daughter born Sunday A daughter lisa JJEO been born to the wife pf Professor Harvey Brock IB the country Berwick Pa papers announce the engagement of Miss Rozelia Williams aad Mr Kobt A Cane Mr Carse Is a SOB of Mr 4 E Carse of this city and has many frieads here Lexington LMderi Miss Mary W Kaight and Robert Knight of Dallas rexas are spending tie Summer with Mrs Walker Marshall IB this city and Mrs W W Watts ia Rlcmraoad- Nicholasvlik Jwraal Mrs H L Land WM eildto fUchmbnd by the jllaeu of her mother Mis March Miss Marguw IjkMyres of RIchmond if tM gKetft of MIss Catherine Farra Mr R L Walker of Nichoteavllle who bM been sufferIng from typhoid lever bM WB removed to the Gib e IrfcMry IB tWa city Hi is a tMrCHtrn J Wale ben IMt ftU Mtl iTilb Iteftoi il Mif fJ 1 1 bellaville came up to attend the funeral of Thos Douglass Mr Davis is a leading business m natCamr bellsville and one ol that citys most prominent citizens Miss Margarita Myers of this city is to bo one of tho brides maids at the marriage of Miss Roberta Farra and Mr Randolph Crown at the Nicholas vlllo Christian church today The bride is a NIcholasvIlle girl the groom residing at McIntosh Florida Mr and Mrs Sam Deatherage en tertained about forty of their friends with a watermelon feast at their lovely home Monday afternoon Theycertainly know howto make their guests happy and the occasion will belong remembered The melons came in the car load mentioned elsewhere in this issue ot The Climax and were delicious Lancaster Record Miss Mary Miller of Richmond is the guest of Miss Katie Leo DeunyMr aud Mrs Walker Burnside of Richmond are guests of the lattera father Mr B F Patten ot Bryantsville Mrs Fred Friable has returned from a visit to Richmond relatives Mesdames Z T Rice and Mary Coley of Richmond- are guests Mis Carrie Davidson Mrs E 1 Burnam and little daugh ter of Richmond visited Mrs E M Wallace Miss Amanda Anderson has returned homo after a visit at Richmond Miss Margaret Hopper who has been attending the Normal school returned Thursday to her home in Stanford Mt Sterling Democrat Misses Sophia Burgin and Rosaland Rogers ot Lexington May Erie Oldham of Rich mond and Elizabeth Searcy of Waco are members of a house partyenter tained by Miss Minnie BJumstal1i last week One of the prettiest social affairs of the season was the enter tainment given at the home of Mrs C K Oldham Friday evening by Miss Baumstalk in honor of her guests The hostess and guests ot honor and Misses Alice Apperson Mary Stofer and Margaret Bogie wen in the receiving line The attractive home was prettily decorated the color scheme being yellow and white During the hours punch was served on tho porch and delightful refresh ment in the dining room About 60 guests enjoyedMiss Baumstalks hus pltality Cures Gapes Mr Frank P Clay Paris KyM dayE Last year I raised hundreds of chickens free from gapes bygiv ing them Bourbon Pourtry Curo in their drinking water I also find this remedy sure cure for Cholera md Limberneck Sod by Perry Thomas s Obituary America Virginia Todd was born in Minnesota Franklin county May 1839 and came to Madison in 1845 She was married to John J Todd November 16 1854 and died July the 8 1009 at her daughters Mrs Hugh Murray at Lindale of Ternll Ky1 after a short illness of two weeks She hat been a member of the Baptist church for about 40 years aud was an earnest Christian woman a kind and good neighbor always ready to do Godt will She was a kind wife and devot ed mother She leaves a sorrowstrick en husband and lour children to mourn her Ios Mrs I D Todd Speedwell Mrs John Todd Mt Sterling Mr S il Tood and Mrs Hugh Murray ot Terrill Ky She was teady to meet Gods call and had no fear of death that she was going to rest with Jesus She was 70 years 1 month and 8 days old at her death She was profound submissive to Gode will A precious one from us has gone a voice wo loved is stilled a place is vacant in our home Which never can be filled Mother thy orm is gone yet thy spirit is near to rnide us through this lonely world to hat bright world beyond 5 Here Fair Week Lillian Marr and Co a high class repertoire organization playing nen nnd up to date successes will be at the Opera House during fair week opItsthe town where ever they have played The company is headed by Miss Lillian Marr one of the most brilliant actresses now playing in a popular priced attraction She is very versa lie her repertoire running from comedy to deep emotion all pInts which enables the management to present class of plays each and every cneor which are different in nature In ad dition to her dramatic ability she possess a singing voice that is a fea tune worth hearing Messrs Bankson and Morris the managers have surrounded Miss Marr vrjlh a strong company qnda week of excellent performances is assured To Win Independent Vote Elizab htown News l am not advocating an independent party nid Senator Tillman in his St Louit iddrcss to the Modern Woodmen of speecbvas indepenlentIyaS The Squth Carolina Senator has never given voice to sounder common sense There is no room in this country for an Independent party at the present juncture and there will be none The fight for the House of Bepresentatives next year and that or the presidency three years hence will be fought out between the Demo cratic party and the Republican par ty Both contests will be decided by independent voting Mr lillmans advice as to voting Is good but superfluous Nearly every great political contest isde cided bythe independent voter Voters who are Republicans one election and Democrats in the next are numbered by the hundred of thousands In 1910 audIo 1912 they will be counted by the millions The Democratic party can win them or hold them only by offering con vine lag assurances that it kill if sue cessful do the things they want done Cured His Hors JA Scott Avon Ky says Bour bo Hog Cholera Remedy eared soRe hot i for BM tBtI dW Mat ittak tx ltf poiItb11hNII MI bgMq c BASES trio rlr B L U f RICHMOND vs WINCHESTER itIydd24 RICHMOND League Park 330 p m Hew They Stand Clubs Won Lost Pet Richmond U 23 657 Winchester u 21 w1 Frankfort I 33 33 192 Paris 30 at 4 a Lexington 29 Shelbyville J3t ffl 4S 2 Batting FeastiThe Pioneers had a great batting feast when they met Frankfort last Tuesday Aitho the official record showed only eleven hits there really could have been a great many more had they desired but they were playing the bunting gamer seven sacri fice hits will show By playing this kind of a game they were able to make what hits theyjha make count and nine runs was the results On thf other band the Lawmakers matte ten hits off o7Knoxbut only five of tbejn were bunched In the eightli inning they got enough hits to score three runs which was their portion for the day The features were the batting of Thoss Maloney and Whittaker ftfr Richmond and of Angemeier Zurlape 4nd Yantz for Frankfort The score 123466789 R RichmondQ 00402030 x 9 Frankfort0000000303Richmond Richmond was at Winchester lost Wednesday for a game and they sue eeiled in defeating the Hustlers bj thu score of 5 to It was a betcofifui name up to the seventh inning neither side being able to score up to that time la this round however the Hustlers bunched enough hits off of Comstock to get one run It looked as though this might be enough to win the game but such was not to be the case for in he eighth oUr boys got busy and dammed hits to all parts of the lot sending five runs Ihome Chapman pitched nice ball np to this time bu ne could not hold the heavybitting Pioneers Still Winning The Pioneers continued their win uicg streak Thursday when they took time Shelbyvillo team into camp by the Wore of 2 to 1 Altho Shelbyvillehat won only one game from us this year ve always have toput forward our best lforts to defeat them They have P 4Ood ball team but they are certain olaying n hard luck Thursdays game was the twentyfifth one they have list this seaS by one run This was a good game and it was not Jntil the last man WIE out that any body felt sure of victory Both eidei scored in the first inning and it lookeo is thingh the score would be large but oth pitchers settled down and it wa i battle from that time on The PLo leers got one run across in tie fonrtl Ahicli proved to be the winning one Peeney pitched for Shelbyville said Wills for Richmond and both did gOOf york Thescore122346678 9R iUchmondl 0010000 x2helbyville 10000000 01 Defeat Millers Again Richmond won again hem Shelby vllle Friday by onesided score ors ti I The Millers were very much ii dge nnd piled ap five costly error hich coupled with heavy hitting b lie locals put them out ot the runninj early in the game G Long was on tlc mound for Shelbyville and altho he Wilt bit rather lively he mipht have dare better with bettor support Creage pitched for the home team and performed in his usual good manner Mi vonld have scored a shutout had In aot let up slightly in the last inning when he allowed two hits which re ulted in one run Welch was th might star of the game He accepte Iglit chances nt1 bird without an erro md scored two of Hiclnnonds nigh rons Tilford Dawson and Crcagei lid the best batting for the locals Tli two former getting three liils each th latler two Theecore1 234 5 6 7 8 9It- Richmond2 0 0 12 030 x8Shelby villeO 0 0 00 0 00 11 Lose to Lexington The long winning streak of the Pi neers was broken Satnrdaywheu filet lost to the Lexington Colts by the scott pf 7 to R It was avery ragged gnm from a fielding standpoint Richmoiu making four errors and Lexington 6 Knox pilched for Richmond and was net is effective as usual the Colts finding lim for eleven hits Lexington had hree pitcbeie in the box and all bree succeeded in stopping our bdya The ecorel 234567 S tifttexingtoni0 0 400 0 3 0 x7UicbinondO 002150 005 Big Dawson Injured Lexington Herald Tim infury re ceived by Hub Dawson the crack catcher of tha Richmond baseball team who washitinthe Lead by a pitched ball in the game played lion Sunday afternoon was reported Sunda night not to bd of a very serious nature After arriving at the Inland Hotel Sunday nteht a physician was called who dressed the wound and stated that the injury did not seem to be serious Dawson was hit on the ea tnd it was at first thought tliat Iris ear tram was affected by the blow The Injury however will necetsitate his being out of the game for some three or lour days Dawson was at the bat when hit by the ball and later had to quit the game His ear is badly ewol len l u is not thought tobeserionaly affected in any way In one of the best games of the sea son Richmond dropped another game 10 Lexington Sunday by the score off o 1 Oomstock and Bobbins were tin opposing Ditchers and both worked nicely It was thisflalBltlhat Daw son was hit and this accidentseemed to- demoraltzaour boye Tha necessary iit was not forthcoming Still We Low The Pioneers lost another game Monday Winchester bv jthe scare of aildreafQiwJaUhatttes tt iih If wte tht i i f PUBLIC SALE OfLots for City Taxes I will on Friday August 6th 19C9 at 2 oclock lafront of City Hall door earner of 1st and Irvine streetia the City 9 Richmond Ky soIl for cash for unpaid city tax bills penalty interests att costs for the year 1908 the following parties property for the amounts sped fled below if not paid before said dale T 0 ONFIL City Tax Collector White List Bollard Nannlo G1242 BushJoeuuu 4 88 Chen utt C D N R 7 02 Duncan Wells u 3 14 Deatheige Noland 100708 3 62 HurltiIUieu 11 84 Martin UruWCTJ 15 74 Myers Kbbt HsiL u 9 75 toed Ike 8 01 9 30 rowersTliosBColored List Black Sallie u 18 60 Rreck BelL 11 Sf Gurgln Martha Hrat 5 91 Burnam Jno C NR 8 IB Craig Henryu 6 3ii Clay Lizziee 14 60 Chenwit Alice 6 15 Collins Samu 8 08 Ornti her LIziie 598- JovitiitonarahiIfr r u 5 15 Daniels L CYu 6 98 Hay Beitie 3 47 Haley B B 11 24 HarrlsBnuuu 7 24 Harris ijattleuuu5 15 Jarman Robr sr 8 93 Jackson Berthau 3 47 vlartin Beu uuuG40 Martin Humphrey N R 2 04 Miller Thol gtEfdorCampbelt 3 13 Miller Chaneyu 2 64 Muncy SalliouB 77 Ihelps Win 740 helps Sophiac 6 4C PhelpBMarvNR 3 47 Phelps Frank N B 2 64 Iope Green Hrso 4 14 Russell Prof j D Muu 20 95 shearer Mary u 6 85 Sbephard Rena Tuu B 15 Smith ElIau u 4 31 tone Willisu 6 rerrill1 Ed 100703 22 66 revis Tom 808 rrlbell Mary N it 8 50 Turner Mattie is 6 15 VinkfieId Mi1Ileu 6 80 Wells Fannie 3 47 White Norcisu 6 83 White Sarah 4 31 Yates Nannleuu 6 15 Another Fight at Stanford Interior Journal 3 he temperanci people have about decided to hold ar election on the whisky question it October The three years will expin Sept 12th and tho drys being con vinced that local option Is pet ferabli o saloons want a continuation t We presume tho whisky people vill make a light but the drys say heywillbe prepared for any emer encyReport oi the Condition OFril- EFarmers Bank t Doing business at Kirknvillc comity pi radllon Stoteof Kentucky at the d2se of btislnces on the SIlt dny of J illy J RESOURCES Loans and discounts with one of more endorsers as eurcty 35232 85 Real estate mortcnirvs lillil 4i Call loans on collateral 10100 00 flue from National flanks 4872 S and National Hank notes 2311 Specie 173 se Overdrafts securedn 77951 overdrafts unsecured 2521 31 Real cstntelianklnjr house 24UO 0 Furniture mid ilxturea 2SW rr Total uitol 53 LIABILITIES 00Surplus03Deposits KSNotesBills payable 95ctJ Tofaln J754M 53 State of Kentucky tCounty of Nadinon 8C I If S Newton CAshier of the borenatneil bank do solemnly swear that theabove statement is true to the best of my know IcUceand belief II S NEWLOX Cashier Subscribed and swonrto before me by II S Xcwlon the 15th day of July J T COY Notary Public My Commission 1910 CIwVY DIAK lAS K MA4l1 Directors N COTTON Report of the Condition of the Waco Deposit Bank ountvKiJtJuy1909 RESOURCES Loaiaiiddlscountsw1th one o- rrnicendorseas turetTS ffi 15CalDoataaon 00USOther stocks bonds etc po fODueDue from Trust companies 00 2SJ2ooSpedl 00Kxcli03Overdrafts itCurreiit 0O311879Otherof tbove head8n 00 TotaL5oassoLIABIUTIES Capt ml Stock paid In in cash 15000 00 001Undividedpay Depo4ttfl subject to check on S3DeiTwhich interest Is paid Dqniund certificates of deposit on 00Time00SoriiztoCertDue National bunks wC 00 Due State banks d bankers 80 80Ca8hitNwertnnd bilta redlscoaHted as 00Thx400Anwuntof CoOtiirden any of ilie above heads Total 3It litelIIP lL RowteRd Cofiliier of the above naiiMMl bank doaotemaiy swear that the eCknoIBK Ri M Rowland Cashier tWIIitjllTOJIfc e 12 UiO T Jablkt It K 1 Report of the Cooditioa OF State lank Trust Co conductlag both a Banking Business nnd a TrAt Company BaMnesj at atKiChmoB tn Dt tbedoee ofbulieaeofl the Stii nay of July 1M RESOURCES Loans and discounts one or more as surety151043 ti Real estate mortPllCs7UIOO4 0- CaU loans on collAteral Time loanS on collateral nci tO OtherstockS bonds etc 31 80 Due from National flanks 6lUi99R One from State Banks and Bkrn IJfa tS Hue hum Trust Companies 43I n U S nnd National hank notes ljO on Specie 97 Checks and Other cash Heras 30 43 KxchangcB for clenrintr house 00 house21100 JSJSFurnitureOverdrafts lecnredn 811STaxesCurrent expenses paldh iwaz- Other not Included under any oLabuvebeat1etO Total SeiOl 30 LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid in in cash oneshaMof which invested for the TraM Business of the Com pony liB required in Section 512 A KenttJcky Statutes iaV 0 D 122292CUndividedDeposits subject to check on which Interest isnot paid ex exclusire of trust toads 33S07B 60 Deposits subject to check on which interest is paid 00 Demand certificates of deposits on which Interest paid 7000Time certificates of deposits on which interest is paid 00 Savings deposits on which inter eltt i W Unines dtlruVffaridTondeposvt 4ljOfi331 Hue national banks 4nf4Due State banks and bankers 133 32 Due trust companies O Notes and bills redIscounted O thug paynbleuIXUnpaid dividends Other liabilities not included un dernny of the above heads eoOlTotal 361501 30 State of Kentucky County of Madison I R Eo urtey Cashier of the above named bank do solemnly swear that the- abovcaitementitrue to the best of my knowledge and belief R E Turley Cashier Subscribed and Btrorn to before me thlaHtKdny July 1900 My Commission expires Jan 10 1112 L P Evans Notary Public SULLIVANTr OLDHAMI Notice Of Dissolution Notice is hereby given that the Paint Lick Creamery Co incorporated has by mutual consent been dissolved All parties indebted to Bald company will come forward at once and attle same and all having claims against the same will file them Immed- Iately Board of Directors by jlWt W S Walker Pies Wanted To rent small tarm close to Rich mond Want immediate possession Leave information at The Climax of flee 2t TO Schlegd Studio Portraits Views and Enlarging H i ViiV Special attention to Amatuer Work v Call and see us Respectfully xRcGiugfifey Mobefley Fiee Tuition to State Uni versity Madison county will be entitled to three appointments to free tuition in the State University at Lexington Ky Persona desiring rfor said appoint meutsare berebf notified that a com petitive examInation will be held at the CourtHouse irl Bichmond on Friday tnd Saturday July 23 aad 24th 1909 Two of the mid appointments will be cod until appplntocfl ll have finish Id course in slid University and pun will be good for two years The privileges of appointees are free tuition matiiculation fees and room rent The examination will begin at ten oclock Friday July 23rd John Noiand Supt of Madison County Schools 2t D TRIP NEW Via Norfolk O D S 30Co Rail Ocean Returning River Lake Bail This cut a well with hand pump This cut show a hand pump f 1gJq rft CJct Crt t3 ui 000g lr DONT WAIT w you KNEW scorrs EMU SIGN sre M b0IIJ7u kicreate ymt weight your week llareat aM you fa faxt winter yow would bin iq aow Take tUB cold alDt water SOc sad SLOOAfl Drutt JOTHEYIORC Furniture Repaired Refinished olstered lawn mowers scissors sav3 ect sharpened fashioned See ondhand furniture bought and wild A Barlow Irvine St Opposite SUMMER RATES vIa H coATLANTIC CITYTHURSDAY AUGUST 19th 816QO Ie R 0 U N S1GOO YORK t28altrailand Going and and 3215 put aIIXU Old j4lm BOSTON Going Rail and and Ocean turning lake sound and 3735YorkOld Point Comfort Tuesday July 27 and Saturday 250dayscheap rates to Atlantic City and all Seashore Resorts on sale dilly Sommer TOurist rates to all principal points in Virginia on sale d shy For full information call on Address GEO W BARNEY D P A Ticket Office Phoenix Hotel Lexington Ky 0nl Lc 1o gr atTMftbea Jail river coc C- CIrI3 CCICoco r1 tIf 4ti eaes 01 CI2J 0= eosa3 oc 0eC30 iQCog g a 1 VAroaC tIJOg 1 aCl2oaalllC this systea k Meal farms emiry beats ntirbu pIces ul adiptri any place condition tcorpasitiu shows cistern and g a n 2 II = r 7 o a t= 767 3 0 o ciiiu = tS 7 Di oraY HOW up a lengs cujitiea it or up R s re Very =Ill IS Co a 4 cOCCI = i = tf = a = Co ri Co = fn a UI = = sa t Co c 4 sCI br cu be to 00 Water Works For Country Homes Br oar Pneumatic Water System water Is forced say where in home liable or yard for all domestic purposes and for lire protection Cool water in summer and Ice water need not be supplied to stock in winter Tank ncdtrmnnd no freezing or bnrstine of pipes Entirelr automatic in action Air pressure generated by hand pump windmill or engine Sold on 30 DAYS TRIAL Awarded two medals and two diplomas at SL Louis Worlds Fair Hundreds of oar individual water works plants are in use We haTe many letters from theta satisfied users and have published about fifty taceordWATER SUPPLY COMPANY IIKansas CiI7 i S M fcy TIE RICIIONi MOTOR rtflJUMH COHPAM Rlctim nd Ky Y TAKE NOrI a IOwing to the continuous rain and the backward season wir3find we still have entirelrtbpjmuch BU lSfEKcLQTBiNi J tandSUMMER WEARADES OF ALL KINDS We are de termined not fo carrjthis over and too we need money and and must get it out o this stock So here goes the 5 7 o tf Second Deep II fti4 s t rr i1Oz272t f 14 22 atyprlces on every asonable ufm in our store ttw are going to sell regardless of cot You cant afffjr to rnks this opportunity COMe and e p4lieb tofcrs r t TANIFEitSOPER 1218 ff Wat Main ic Telephonc 75 f I ff UuLuU j rj 0 3 I r of the DangerItake Car for and wo take ofttried any TAKE == CAR0U I I It Will Help You J 1R tenyewithout relief I had pains allvermy bodyland at times I couldnot sit women I have iiiyhonseworkldTIriv9dic3 AT ALL DRUG STORES 6ea C t THIS IS THE SEASON FO- Re TresA vegetables jWehave every kind fresh and ne r C at right prices We receive fresh shipments every dayof J Our stock ot Staple and Fan y Groceries v cannot be equaled j SEWELL McKINNEY t GROCERS c Telephone 223 u I Its Building Time If you intend to erect a house store house barn or other buiIcingsea I will be glad to make drawings and submit prices on your work Repairwork neatly and promptly done First class work guaranteed Gef my estimate before making contracts anything in the carpenters line of 0 t 0 of 0 JEFF STONERICHMOND KY rTEXASLAND FOR SALET- he eyes of the world are on Texas Wheat 20 to 4dbushels corn 150 to 50 bnshels oats GO to 90 bushels alfalfa otherWopsThis land sells around the 20 notch We need more people more homebuilders Remember the opportunities you ost in Kansas Nebraska and Oklahoma Write for full pall toE G PARRISHIPLAINVJEW TEXAS 1 have for sale 19300 shares of stock in oneof the richest oppel mines 17 claims iu Arizona at a price that should Interest anyone fully paid and non assessablet z hew Quarters z We nre5tablished in our iiew quarters in the preparedLliitiyour Hides Furs and Iron Fresh Groceries and Vegetables in season 7 h mm Grocery == Companya Rural TelephonesMr Knrinci Jlnko your home as modern for your family as a city reft deuce and place yourself in a position to pet the latest market quotations at any time Hiis win be accomplished by ineaus of our telephone service which you and your neighbor cat get fur a sum that is small compared with the bene fiR received Call or address our nearest office or write direct headquarters N iIIIe Iumuweo for information regarding our special Farmere Line mil If at pr Bout you arejiot enjoying telephone service we ran immediately inturfHr you Our lines cover the Slates 01 Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi liuiMiiua and the Southern portion of Indiana and Illinois Richmond Telephone Cof Incorporated flea MuriscAenFormerly with J B Stouffer Merchant Tailor Appartmcnts over J E Sexton Phone J73 All Kinds ot r Pressing Gleaning Repairing Satisfaction Guaranteed x Your Patronage Solicited A o 9Floral Designs Cut Flowers t 0 Plants V Furnished on shorts notice Sjpedal attentipn t9 t- j desins for FuneriUs and WeddingsI yd at Richrnon Greenhouses TELEPHONE 188 WEST MAIN tOptt t 2 sp M n AlaralB i4IeeaSr theurtIciyfronthas more than doubled tho past ten years Alany of those cases were the ofkielneyRemedy would have quickly cured lorbackacbegreat medicine strengthens the kid kQitjulm Kentucky Fair Dates Lancaster July 283 days daysStanforclJ yincllC8tt Aug34 days Danville Aug 44 days Aug9tiHanrodHburfr Auf 12 3dayp Lawrencebnrg Aug 1i1 days daysBjrboursville Brodliend AUR 183 days Perrvville AUR 18Silays daisSprlnllidtlJondon Auy lj4 days daysFrankfort daysGlasgow LouisilleSept THESE DAYS spring mean additional wear and washing for your linen=no matter whether you lead a strenuous or a simple life Suppose therefore you send your work to UsWe willnot only lenglhcnlho life of the articles through scicntilic laundering but always return them immaculate Normal City Steam Laundry Telephone 7 DewittsLittle pleasantSold by all druggists julm For Rent SewingMachine a pplytbisdllicc tf Had dyspepsia or for ars No appetite and what I did t dis r ssed me terribly Burdock Bitters cured meJ IL Walker Sunbury Ohio James Hunley Will buyer sellyour bouse farni towh lots or any thing else in the Real Estate line Any business intrusted to him will be promptly and Seenimed The Neighbors Say My Breads the Best haL because my Gas Range bakes evenly and my oven heats in seyen minutes I find Gas cheaper than wood coal or gasoline Richmond Water Light Co Golden 5 Flora The Alonumeut dealers have added to their business a i PNEUMAT I C TOOL PLANT jvBich will enable thenvi do letter work than ever tore they have a large assortment f Granite and Marble and nvite their friends to call ind inspect their stock and fork Satisfaction guaran Vied 11id Flora a With Zaringtl patent i Flour- sgood baker brcomes even bett rnil even a i hetlenenl el1 onlf c8nlftt gEHsfactorr resul s IhV Zirldoeike t bitciiite iijBtblanifv her at once UtI ybE Order a eack of ZiriBjce Patent today ond note the ret51td IIAIIJo rIo hnutll hetll obett- ifhl r uiigltIt rit IWheatat all conversant with the machinery of speculation know what s plant is Jariouslybut wheat is about as sure ag any to land the game Contrary to what you sometImes hear wheat dosent exhaust the soil At all ovets these United States have been cropped with no seeming diminution of the harvest Wheat may be planted any time there being a delivery each month When wheat has served the min pur pose for which it is planted U is by tlfeedDonts For Churchmen Dont forget thtt selfpity ia down right selfishness Dont aestimo virtue tor profit lest it becomes vice for more profit Dont expect the Lo dto bear you if you pray wITh iniquity in your heart Dont expect blctsingi from an bread unless iqs broken and shared Dont expect man to rest on the gos Iel of peace if handed to him on a pitchforkDont that the true man fears the powers of sin more than its punish ment Dont make Ihe mistake of thinking that because yon do nothing youdo no wrongDont forget that there is no virtue in doing right in such a way as to lead eaIotttfaiIother people if you would find one way to happiness Accomplished Kentuckian Notice Know all men by these presents that 1 Shadrack Armstrong have coat oil for sale at 15c a gallon Some say it aint good oil but I say it is I will aiso tie your broomcorn one half for the other brush corn every Thursds toJl ate 1sverythWatchShoes halt soled while you wait Urn brellas fixed and ax handles made 15c Will teach Southern harmony and fid dle combined for f3mo Pictures en target by a new process and my hot isforovehngB20c a head A good stripper cow fur sale Also agent for the Jones Wpgon Hoist the Tom McElrath Tu baccu duster and Foots Medical Ad vertiser Rufe Lnngston is my allot ney and my terms is cash flist be cause I know you second because I dont know you Owensboro Inquirers Buy at HomesiThe Cynthiana Log Canin speaks of a growing evil in this Sae that is working a hardship on many businessmen Recently some salesmen went the country taking orders for grocerieS They employed the same old scheme of making very low price on a few staples and quite a handsome profit on coffee spices teav bringing the average price loa level bighef than would be charged by the local dealers Thpse outside people pay no taxes here do not contribute to charl table institutions and other causesIand it does not seem lair to t e localt merchants for our peorie to patronize outsiders If any of the goods turn out to be adulterated or worthless the purchaser is ttie loser for such sates men never come but once Wonder swhytheyare all used up any purchaser can take life list to his local grocer and buy hiobillat a tower pnco than was paid to thd stranger Itch Stopped Skin Cooled Itching ekin diseases afflict corns people KB soonaa hot v athpr come There seems to be no preventive bu when the eruption does break out it is a very simple matter to stop that itch and to stop itinstantlysJust a few green properly compounded washed over the eruption wilt soothe and tuiooth tne skin instantly giving that cooling and refreshing sensation Try a few drops of this D D D Compoundand your itch will be re lieved at once not in a half an hour or ten minutes but in five seconds Cal at our store and we will tell yoi more about this D D D Compound Sold by Stockton Hagan Loss In Wheat Frequently some prominent farmer is heard to say with a shako of his head that it does not pay to keep wheat in storage Pressed further the reason for this is found in the shrinkage or loss of weight altar it goes through the sweat Ordinal Uy this houlc1 not Satisfy but it does witlTa great number of oth r farmer s wboiiiifyestigate no farther It is common knowledge that wheat after it pass s through its last hardening stage loses only about one per cent in weight Taking note of the recent high price of II 60 per bushel for wheat it is recalled that last years harvest wheat brpught82c per bushel Dontget frustrated when the price falls this tiillIJ3nd turn your crop pvcr at thejirjtr opportunity Noth ing will payyou better thnto have a few hundred bushels of wlH t stored away Nothing beUertltJHivrwfaeat in the bin Georgetown Democrat UniquejfI The noire comes from Huntln ton Tenn of a most unique plan for tbe raising of a church building fund The amount desired to be raised is 10000 and the plan of working Is a success The workers have been divided into nine companies each with a captain OnecbmpBy has adopted novel planieideavorii to collect 10000 eggitSe friends the church beiiigasked to donate tj dozen or more eggs the sale of which will go to the churchjnnd Another company will ask for donations ol corn and want 10000 ears each farm ir being requested to give item 5 tq 10 ears for the cause One company f ladies servO meats cakes pies and other edible and still aeier serves cold drinks to the thirsty Oat company is conducting Toting conn test for tke most peplady B Huntington selllBg 10000 veteH at 1 ceat each the lscy k4y La reeet agoNwMck ItO41 d h4rhirt1rainedwlh new w ll ppr 8 JIit htl Catarrh Microbes A Hud Microbe Is the Best CTkeHyomel pronounced Highomo Ii a killer of catarrh germs because when yon breathe it in its antiseptic and germicide properties reachcvery nook and crevice of the mucous membrane from the mouth and nose deep into ibe lungs Hypmei brings the Australian forests of pine and eucalyptus to your home It is made of the active prin ciples extracted front these trees No one who lives in or near these prests suffers from catarrh No one taeastfor long after the treatment starts croupbrcomsumptlontrythe cure that r aches the spotwA complete Hyomel outfit includ lug a haid rubber Inhaler costs only fusfterwsrdGuaranteed to cure or monet back everywhereSoldB L Mlddletontr MIONACures indigest ton It relieves stomaclnnisery sour stomach belching and cures all stomach dis seormoney back Large box of tab CO cents Druggists la nfl towu NATURE THE GREAT CHEMIST Always Performing Fiats Which High eat Exactitude of Science Can not RivalthThe bursting leaves of spring time illustrate nature as a chemist who per fo tu FdeIn a leaf the living matter is the chem t Inaylighte carbonic acid gas from the air It Is decomposing this gas Into Its component elementscarbon and oxygen The carbon It Is retaining as part of the plants food to enter Into combloatlonwlth water and the oxy atmosphereBr operationOut of the carbon and the water the leaf chemist will elaborate the sugars and starches which the plant world affords As sugar the products will pass from the leaf to be stored up as In the case of the potato for example so as to afford a storehouse of food hereon the plant may draw for its sustenance and for the development ofvonsencec and acids the scents and gums t t ghecolor of the flowers are similarly the product of a constructive chemistry which beats mans best efforts to Imitate Man follows nature but at a distance WANTED NO IRISH CONFETTI Muter at Arms of United States War ship Gives Go9d Reasons for His Objections Thereto Lbope we whh1neverbestatione n an Irish port remarkejlJGhlef Mas teratA ms Edward Sheheaof the United States ship Dixie as be greet ed old friends at the Philadelphia navy yard We had our orders to steam to Phlllle and we had been at Pensacola o long that the citizens of the Florida own got up a big farewell reception the Dixies officers and crew One f the citizens was a typical son of t fl freba saw When the ladles began to shower confetti on us as we were leaving the Irishman was a curious but careful watcher Joining the party I was walking with be added That thf dlrll are they throwln1 at- ey lad 1 Confetti Is itV he said when answered him Sure ye ought t ee our Irish confetti To our turn of curiosity be answered by taking us to a house in the course of erection Locating a pile of broken bricks he said Sure there the finest lot of Irish confetti ye cn lay yr eyes on lads No sir No Irish farewell receptions for me concluded the master atarms as be exhibited a bit of brick among his souvenirs pf their stay at Pensacola Philadelphia Times Boycott on Physicians Something unique in the line of a strike or a boycott was recently reported from a small town in Bur gundy The physicians of the place almassmetlngwas called at which it was decided to dispense with the medical mens services and trust to luck to get well The opportunity seems a splendid one for Christian Scientists to step In and make hay while the sun shines says the London Standard The doctors of the place are said to be determined on holding out for their Increased scale of charges and of course Jio colleagues from neighbor ing towns will commit so grave a breachof professlorfal etiquette as to turn olacklegs and poach on the other physicians preserves But the medical attendants are playing perhaps rather a dangerous game Where will they bo it their patients get well without them too Speculative Insurance Mania A mania for speculative insurances on the lives of pubUc personages pre Tailed in England luring the eigh teenth century j Varren Hastings the pretender the rebel lords or the unfortunate Admiral Byng answered equally the purpose of speculation and there were also regular quota those on the lives of notorious high waymen Sir Robert Walpole at one period of his career when his life was endangered by popular tumults wen Insured for many thousands and George II fought at Dettlngen 25 per cent was paid against his return Such speculative Insurances were however largely checked by the gam bling act of 1774 which made Insura bId Interest a necessary condition for a valfd policy A Conclusive Retort You know the proverb about crow- Ing hens Invariably coming to some bad end said the juan who disproves lip of suffragettes r doat know about crowing hens answered MIss Cayenne but I have positive iaformUoB that in quletlov jug coxnmunitie a crowing rooste- rants Ida finish Inside of 24 hours Trylni itsHe Dog Manager cJtMvyWe have S6 teet4 Tow town Mr Grim for the kst production of pew play Wttor aarcaatieHyThen I feel NfiTifer70B Mr nn t uMiiiMtWk so 1 1taTh best i p c A- iJitMfnf jilti I BLUE GRASS REGION enter of Richest Agricultural Section of the United States TO BE SET OUT AT GREAT Ffg Resources of Kentuckys InexhaustiLte Domain to Be Fittingly Exhibited at Coming Blue Grass Fair Classifica tlon of This Exposition Unique 9tAmongLexington Kentucky is In the pen r of the richest and most famous ag ri shculturaltion of the United States if not ofthe world The renowned Bluo Grass region hasa reputation extending toomany lands and of the interests with hich it Is particularly concerned the Blue Grass Fair Is representative Although In magnitude and Importance lly on the basis of a state fair the Grass Fair which Is responsible alone to the enterprise of Its stockholders for organization and dependent tho support of the people of Cen al Kentucky for maintenance does ot try to reach outside the particular roducts wlthg which its section Is and to which Its further advancement may In some measure be due Always bearing in mind the slogan a Kentucky fair for Kentucky products It omits from Its classlflca lon certain breeds of live stock for which most state fairs make provision Such omission Is Intended In no sense of criticism It Is rather a course adopted after careful consideration for what Is believed to be the best Inter of Kentucky and particularly of is section Great Horse Show The classification of the Blue Grass air Introduced in 1907 and since re- ffirmeda is unique among works of Its kind No other fair ever succeeded separating completely and entirely and SIIOW classes in Its horse departments The former are provid ed for the three great American breeds the only three with which Kenstucky Is In any sense concerned Theoshow classes are thrown open to the world specifications of Individuality being the only consideration taken Into account Competent Judges have pronounced the horse show at the Blue- Grass Fair the best in America Nowhere else can such a display of breed- Ing stock be found no where else dodboth saddle and harness rings fill so well or offer contests so stirring and satisfactory to the lover of the horse Attention Is particularly directed to the thousanddollar stake for fivegait ed saddle horses offered as a feature f this years fair It will be the most stake of Its kind contested in Kentucky and it should produce the reatest battle between fivegaited orses ever seen on a fair grounds Other Departments Great as is the prominence given the horse other departments of live stock a Lrepossible exception of the Missouri and o Lfthat at Lexington while very liberal provision Is made for Shorthorn Here ford Angus and Jersey cattle tho tout reeds with which Kentucky Is par ticularly concerned The national as sociations for the promotion and regis tratfonof these cattle have in three in stances shown their appreciation of the Importance of the Blue Grass Fall by making liberal appropriations to It The provisions for both swine and sheep are broad The poultry depart ment will be a feature of increased Interest There are premiums offered for practically every class of womans work and the first floor of the Floral Hall will become a rendezvous for armers on account of the individual farms exhibit there placed and the educational display that will be made by the Kentucky Experiment Station The addition of an Automobile Day not only adds to the variety of the program but also shows how heartily the greatest horse fair of the world concurs In the propagation of an Inven tion that has already become one of the mechanical factors of the age Horse races moreover are not neglected There will ba abundant Inter eating contests of speed Six Big Days This the fourth annual exhllbtlon of the Blue Grass Fair Association will be held the week of August 9th to 14th It opens the circuit of prominent fairs and live stock shows of the country a circuit of which it is recognized as an importanjmember It thus offers the first meting ground for the herds and nocks and the noted horses that are destined to do battle down the line throughout the season As la forms years It will be held upon the beauti Cut grounds of the Kentucky Trotting Horse Breeders Association In or dor however to afford every advantage to exhibitors and to have an abundance of room It leases a large body of land directly contiguous to those grounds upon which have been erected firstclass buildings for the housing of cattle sheep and hogs There will be no days of the fair especially designated for the people of the surrounding counties of Kentucky rhey are desired and expected to be present just as many days out of the week as possible But Tuesday Aug 10th has been made Lexington and Cures Your Kidneys No Need to Take Any Father RJsks Why will people continue to suffer the agonies of kidney complaint backache urinary disorders lameness headaches languor why allow themselves to becoma chronic invalids when a certain cure is offereed them Doans KidneyPills is the remedy to use becnuselt gives to the kidneys the help they needle perform their work If you have any even one of t symptoms of kidney diseases c yourself now before diabetes dropv or Brights disease acts in Caj Richmond residents demand mar convincing proof than the followlnji Thomas Elkin Danville St Lancaster Ky says For a grcut man yuarsI was a sufferer from kidney complaint Until a year ago I had IQYbackabout The many remedies I tried failed tr help me and on the advice of a friend I procured box of Dos Kidney i1Is and commenced their use In a short time 1 improvedntl it was not long before I was restored to good health J give Doana KId- ney Fills the credit tor the great chauge and recommend them ass reliable kIdney remedy For swleTiy all dealers Price 60 syIcentsBuffalo New agents frtile U1lt4Ms 1Rtat4 the aIitDoit i RI r 4j THOROUGHBREDS Will Be One of the Great Features of Coming Blue Grass Fair Almost every KentucJciin at one time or another has seen a running race but comparatively few have had- eth opportunity to see thoroughbred stock notIn training Within a radius twenty miles of Lexington are- rouped practically all of the big thoroughbred nurseries to be found In NorthAmerlca At a number of these places are horses which have cost their owners from 50000 to 150000 It se ems therefore both fitting and proper that the Blue Grass Fair which comes at Lexington the week of Aug h to 14lh should show its recognition the importance of the thoroughbred breeding Industry to Central Kenutcky by offering attractive premiums for a ow of thoroughbred breeding stock w Americqhichless all signs fall the greatest show f thoroughbred stock ever seen In the world will be provided for those who visit the big Blue Grass Fair on Saturday August 14th Through the generosity of many of the most important of the thoroughbred nurseries seasons to stallions which stand at fees of hundreds of dollars have been added to the monetary premiums to be given to the winners of the thoroughbred rings Mr August Belmont has donated a season to his 120000 horse Rock Sand which season is worth In cash 1500 and other breeders have been likewise liberal No wonder then that the owners of thoroughbred stock should desire to win these premiums no wonder that in some of the rings to be shown there should be as many as thirty or forty entries Tho thoroughbred show wilt be the climax of a week which will go down In the annals of horse shows of the world and which wll attract to the Blue Grass Fair grounds thousands of people from every section of America AdvancEr promises from the owners of the most valuable horses In the vicinity of Lexington Indicate that the beshownJames R Keene Clarence H Mackay J B Haggln F R Hitchcock R T Wilson J E Madden antI ouiers who own stock scarcely less valuable will ive the public the opportunity to see uch horses as can be found In no ther section of America than at the big stock farms near Lexington Wanted First class cook for the new Boone Tavern at Berea one familiar with Southern and Northern cooking Ad ress stating experience andreference H E Taylor Eerea Ky Louinille t1t L E Co EAST BOUND pinLvLv Valley View 9 00 a in 30 pin L 200pmLvAr pmIpmLvpmLvpinArAll trains daily except Sunday On Saturday only train leaves Ver s at 720 p m arriving at Rich yBeattyule moml 930 p m On Sundavs only train leaves Rich mOflC1 lit 400 m arriving lit Beat tyville 050 Dvni Strainleaves Riih Ofllat3l5 p in arriving at Ver sails at 530 p m Trains connect with QC at Nicho lasville and with Southern Railway and Interurban Lines at H R SMITH G P A Versailles Ky Land N Time Card SOUTHBOUND No 71 Mixed For Silver Cr ek JPainl Lick Lancaster Crab Orchard and points South leaves Richmond daily excep Sunday 730 AM Arrive Rowland 1045 a m No 27 For Silver OreekPaint Lickliin caster Stanford and all stations to Louisville leaves Richmond 100 r M arrives Louisville 010 r No 33 For Jacksonville and the South through trains leave Richmond 1135 A M Leaves Cincinnati at 815 M No 37 For Xnoxville through trains makes nil stops leaves Richmond 1043 AM Arrive Knoxvl 700 11- No9 For Silver Creek Paint Lick Lancaster air stops leave Rich mond 721 p arrive at Stanford 850 Daily except Sunday Leave FourthSt station Cincinnati 255 p jr No 31 Limitpd Tor Atlantaleaves Rich AtIRnts825 r NORTHBOUND JJb 34 Limited tor Cincinnati leave Richmond 421 A M arrive Cincin nati 755 A No 10 From Stanford leave Richmond L27 arrive Cincinnati JA Aaf No 28 Leaves Louisville 7 A M arrive Richmond via Rowland 1235 noon No 33 KnoxvilleCincinnati leave Richmond 157 p uarrivo Cincin nati 010 PM- No 32 JacksonvilleCincinnati limited leave Richmond 457 11 arrive Cincinnati 835 P M No 70 Mixed from Rowland arrives Richmond 350 Pr M All trains run daily except where itated otherwise Notice- I have rented and repaired and furnished with new furniture thb up Uairs part of the DilTTngham Building r cent y bought by tue Elks and am prepared to accomodate transient and regular boarders Please give me a call N A Durham 3m Notice 7 Having purchased thejpoal and Feed business of Mr J Ballard on Aspen ave we use this method to invite I our friends and the public for a sharedfheir patronage We fiandle the celebrated A Rich Mountain Jellico Coal vHiichV we guarantee to give perfectsatisfaction Give us a trial order and get acquainted with our Coal and J1ethod of doing business o p M I jtL Ir- f Ti 7 ii Not In The Trust THE ADMIRAL LATEST 13 THE AND BEST MOWER 11TDATE On Farm Machines The great advance in farming methods has kept pace with the ment of farm machines The most successful farmers have always ready to considet new ideas and better machines Farmers never have been more progressive than today That is why the Admiral mower has so quickly established itself in their favor They recognize the great value of its features chief among whidrare Powerful keen cutting appa t ratus easy footlift increased tractive power without corresponding increase in weight not fcfrgctting the floating frame genuine underdraft i uniform tilt and all the other features that have made Walter A Wood mowers famous wherever grass is grown If you are going to buy a new mower this year investigate the latestThe Admiral Its a pleasure for us to show the Admiral to a progressive farmer So dont hesitate to ask us at any time the sooner the better Douglas Simmons Agents f Better1 Not Get- Dyspepsia If you can help it Kodol prevents Dyspepsia by effectually helping Nature to Relieve Indigestion But dont trifle with Indigestion A great many people who have trifled with indigestion have been sorry for itwhen nervous or chronic dyspepsia resulted and they have not been able to cure It havingDyspepsiaEveryone is subject to indiges tion Stomach derangement follows stomach abuse just as naturally and just as surely as a sound and healthy stomach results upon tho taking of Kodol When you experience sourness of stomach belching of gas and nauseating fluid bloated sensation gnawing pain in the pit of the stomach heart burn socalled diarrhoea headaches dullness or chronic tired feeling you need Ko dol And then the quicker you take Kodolthe better Eat what you want let Kodol digest itOrdinary pepsin tab lets physics etc are not likely to bo of much benefit to you in digestive ailments Pepsin is only Going to Any KEEPS UP TO beenI dyspepsia a partial physics are not digesters at alt Kodol Is a perfect digester If you could seo Kodol dlgestlngeyery particle of food of all kinds in tim J glass testtubes in our you would know this just as well as wo do alwaYll1cureto be cured the stomach must rest That is what Kodol doesrests the stomach while the stomach geLs well Just as simple as A B C Our Guarantee dollarcanhone5iyythatIthasnot andbetbedruggistgoodThIshotttecontalnsZcent bottle Kodol is prepared at tbeJ laboratories of EC DoWltt Co Chicago For Sale by THOMAS Use dIgesterand laboratories PERRY Lunber Sash Doors Laths Paint I Rgbbete or fit 4 Roofingi9 TPLANS FURNISHED REASONABLE v Better come direct to Todd aLackeyCorner Main and Orchard Streets AND GET A SQUARE DEAL Telephone 100 Richmond Ky I Field G rdeI ISEEDrIh I ave just received a large shipment of I I Field and Garden Seed and invite those 1 IiIII a se of L I Staple and Fancy j t jStII SonjII TKe Houston Buggy Break Cart and Speed Sulkies Take pleasure rsuhitePH Bald of Louisville Ky who is oneofthe largest dealers of biuhc i t vehicle writes I handle most all highclass buggies but I consider t v Eloughton by far the best Goodman Bros Co of Slielbyvillc Kv say that the Hftnehtoii Buggy i superior o the olumbns Moyer or Kaufman We do not believe that UouhitQii can be surpased J II JIcKee Liveryman Shelby lIla Ky writes I have in my liwv t1iHouI Qualityand not pounds makes vehicles durable ComfortableI and stylish utfittest t RichmondfRichinonJThosT of a Hoiizhtoriiivin tell yod they arety far the best iJkellGBollftt fl trfle itt he only llpo that uses only the fineet material uuI- teea JM H e peat of such s coh rderatfon The Ho tdaifeildtbe lineatrraksiCart in the world t hiivs Mw Iloughtelssedy for year InstectionPIaco your order Early f H RC tEi tI es Swa s asa Spring t UgsJ Brussels jWiftqn Velvets and i 9x 12 Axminsten Best as 1c1tyethem chase o j 4 t I q K Y I i r ir P y BENNETT and HIGGINS Furniture and Undertaking I Telephones 73 Main Street eS SS SST5 S flta pp IIp OF OUR F nowbeforeis it surely will do so consider this- Telephone 110 Rex Red Ash Jellico We have the exclusive sale A trial order will convince you that youhavlour prices are no higher possibly less Full Weight or Coal Forfeited B H Luxon Bro 4 u Very Hest Grnnulrled Sugar 17 pouuds orlOO Jas B Park First SIt n pinRIII Cleaning Dye will not ru1off or dihitf Woik guaranteed Bell Hreck Phone349 Old fellows tfxeurfiion to Natural rile riiureilay August 5 l 09EveiV ody invited Fare for round trip SIPO 3t A woman who can smile sweetlvon the arrival of company in hot wheaihe las diplomacy enough to Bland the world on j18 head if exercised in othei channels Business Changed Mr Hugh Tevin who Imsbeeu Vttb the hichnond Slenm Laundry for BOIIK time has resigned his position anc louehr nn interest in the Normal Gilj anndrv where he will manage tin ame and be glad to wait on bis oh friends Amen Elizabel blown News A good deal tf time U spent in our country schooli in tewliing boys to find the unknowi quairiiifsii Algebra white they ar pa lowed Jo grow up in profound igrioi ance of the known quantities of tin farm T SomethingNewV- ICIllfl cistern cleaning Just tw II n iiiiiiM in the state onnifl here thi woek After a three weeks slay it Winchester it pleased Ihone people am will iilnate you Give ita trialand b r oa vi need All cisterns twtrdvfrw lire cleaning per iiisierirJJiOO II iillioun for 25 cents per washing o iitli Your Ilesp a Lrbihl Pmme 017 To Build Church An earnest effort in being inatlo b members of HIP Bipti t chnrcii at Va VorshiijheyMocked with this worldM goods Cot HMjMuntly limy bnve decided lo dye hi r basket dinner anti allday survice Sunday August Stli A number ol promniiiiil members of the cbnicb wil I e iuesKiit and at eleven oclock Eta W D Powell the noted ininiitrr r ontsvillp will prehch Alt are moK prdially invit d to attend the service Jthl welt filled basket nail dunl fai t coiiie p epireil to give subhtantiai sufance toward the effort to build e buse of wrthipUt ACCURACY Irfi ling prescriptions is ihvaluabe to ti us who are in a precarious state of health as well as to die drnggist who values hit reputation as ft careful anit exact pharmacist and chemist We use nothing but the purest and JfjesbeEtj ding and we compound B I piesjrptions fit the inoet careHi j i evket manner WIiIT at WiNS 4reJ hlJc 1co I j Around Town Cut the weeds fl75 lo Cincinnati Sunday Look out for typhiod fever pliEsheDont throw banana peels on the pavements comInglIome niceIyRoasting ears are plentiful hntrather soft caused by too much rain Tbreshtn is progressing nicely con sidering the abundance of rain Homegrown cantaloupes wilt BOCII be on the market The crop is good F P Wilkerson foimerly of this city has opened a barber shop in Lancaster duringthening to plan for them About half a crop will be raised said a farmer when asked about the wheat in Madison SewmgUachinenew Kolosjillo Movementg rRev Gilbertji Combs began a re vival meetingat Pine Grove M E linrcb on Saturday night WRetvival meeting at the College Hill M E Church on Tuesday August 17tThe pretty school marmsbave tinisbed at the summer Norm l and theJleachtree Brongliton watermelons arr pbntiful on tjio market Some folks ay the home grown crop will not be is stood as usual by not COVet over and Lide the old veil on First street It it never used md the fence surrounding it resembles that in a backwoods grave yard Mr Henry sJr and Miss Lid lie Keaton were married by Elder A f Tribble last Wednesday The iarlies reside near Waco and are prom theiit people of that section Thursday James and Hundley real state agents sold for Louis Neale tile Tim Smith place of Lost Fork of Otter reek toT It A bill The place con tains 193 acres and brought 13000 The Fonrib Quarterly meeting of be College Hill Circuitwill bliehIat Pine Grove Saturday and Sunday Jnh llthand 25th AH olllcers of all the tburches In jibe circuit are asked to be resent on Saturday inurning An epcdeoiic of typhoid feveris ragu jig in Louisville There Iasbeen JerJIiLIO typhoid fever in Richmond this year bat it is a good plan to keep your premises clean and take all stcpa to prevent the dreaded diseape Ladies Wrk IThe Madison County Fair Assoola ffers sonic good prizes forladios1 vork especially that in the needle york and culiuar lines Prop a ard to Secretary David Dunn and tet one of the lists Competition is lpcn to the world sndont hesitate o uiakean entry Progressing Nicely Work on tho toncrcting around tIe court house premises is progressing rapidly A large force of experienced lands are on the job and with a lew lays pretty weather all wilt be com pleted When done this great im provement will stand as a monnmelil to the progresaiveness and good judg ment of the fiscal court officials Arrest for Non Suppbrt fr John tanlill wlio Ias breD con nected with it barber ship was attest ed Sttnrday afternoon on a warrant inn fid at AVilliamsbnrg charging him with non sppport ol liis fi milySari andITVilliamsbnrg to answer the charge DEA1HS HAXPKX In the deMit of Mr William Hayden who parsed away last weak Madison county loses a cood- cUiRnnnad one who will bo greatly missed Hf leaves his wife andHhree- fonai Witiiatn Luijwr apd J Mt all of- this COD ntviio have much sympathy He WIM a food inn wen liked Ly al- fWilo knew hL1 He wa a Member o fi1ARfj CtiftetHin Efenrcta Th hirei t ecr 1d 1JJetl- 1f1tefth utltt1t kItt f4iW Mtvfld tht- ttPiI J Great CutPrice Sale of Fine5Spriiig Suto-n muchtooInow These suits are brand newthe very latest stylesall fashionable shades and colors as wellas blacks and blues in sizes and models over to fit funMany the famous Kenton the finest everyare Specials suits made None reserved all go For2About twentyfive Boys Long Pants Suits fine all wool material of great durability but old stock and out of style Take them for 2a suit Cheaper than overalls Bogs Knee Suits Very unusual reduction on all Boys Knee Suits withstraigbt pants as follows 500W for 350 250IH THE FOR i =11 Preliminary List This office has prepared a large quan tHy of preliminary lists of premiums to be awarded at the Itichmcnd fair Drop a card to Secretary Dunn and et a copy Tho catalogue will be reaIYin a lew days ItituteEncampme t The degree team of Richmond lodge emt to Lancaster last week and insti an Encampment in the Odd Fel owa lodge of that city The Richmond eim enjoys an enviable reputation for doing the work and are often asked to come to other towns in the state for that purpose Opens New Stock Mr W P Baxter has just opened anew stock ol fine wall paper and paints in the room vacated by King jeweler in the Hamilton block on Main street where he will be glad to watt on the public with everything in his lineall new and up to datei175 to Cincinnati THe L k N will run an excursion to Cincinnati next Sunday train leav ing the Richmond depot at 030 a m The fare Is 51 75 for the round trip the day to be spent in the city Re member the trainsarrive and depart for the Fourth Ureot depot in CincIn- nati No Leak In Lid The ofliciala of Richmond are cer tainly entitled to the thanks of oui people for so thoroughly and complete ly enforcing the local option laws Ii wan absolute fact that nothing intox citing is sold in town and if a fellow jbows up with a jug which is the rarest occuience ho has brought it trom Winchester or ordered eady made from Cincinnati Now who if loll please is not thankful for this betterment of conditions Press Day at Lexington The management of the Blue Gra Fair at Lexington has invited the newspaper inetiof Kentucky to visit the fair as their guests Friday Ang 18th In addition to the u ual sour testes Secretary Jouett Sbouso lair be host Atran elegant dinner to br served for the scribes Circular letters containing information will accompany the imitations and it is believed inott all newspaper men In the state will c cpt Bouquet for Clarence Smith Grove Times Tbepcople of Richmond should feel proud of their mayor Clarence E Woods Hi is a most loveable man and one whom you can not help but love whodoes at ali times that which he thlnke Is right There is no one fears getting justice foi Mayor Woods is fearless It all of Ken tucky8 towns had mayors like bun 8iiedaon stand first in more ways than QUO and temperance would rule supreme Long may be live and as long be majf or A Great Nuisance Recently Richmond has suffered from innumerable beggars wlmKointo 0 pnsiiiess louses and even to the homes of citizens begging money Thulame the halt and thn blind hInll had representatives and freqaVntlr people are annoyed by vi its mm three of four each day It does seem that something can be done to prevent tills nuisance Tile city and county offici 0tlsassist worthy cases but there is no doubting the fact that many of the applicants are fakirs and should be taken up and given a seat astride tile rock pile The t Umax trusts that some steps be taken to Btop tItle nui eance wblcli is very annoying to busi nese mWand resadonta generally A few entaJtu U wgrrttii aniJ till IwtNM Vllf rtlrt WcHmttHd tlHf p jlltlHn Wfre thttt JIiI 4for 250 for 175 Cleanliness Not Necessary Your brown bread is excellent Delia said the mistress Im glad you dont object to making it Yesin replied thDew servant I like to make brown bread fur I dont have to beso particular then to wasb my hands Starts In Circuit Bighearted jolly Hob Wmmlkerieft- Moiidmy for Sanford fair with n string owinners Ho had six head of good ones and is confident nt winning a number of blue ties He goes from Stanford to Lancaster and will make the circuit of Central Kentucky He willretUrn with bi stock for the Richmond fair Bobs good horses and winning smile are a feature at all the fairs in this section Knife Too DulldLancaster Record When we stated n last issue that we were going after Richmond League teams scalp wr thought all was in readiness but found out at 430 oclock Saturday that our knife was too dull It was a good gamp however ending in a score ol 3 to 0 in favor of Richmond and the same tale as before no tuna were earned all made on errors Harris umpired before a ctowd of 400 people Fancy Automobile Turnout The Richmond Fair Association lisa arranged to award n big premium foi fancy decorated automobile and the ring promises to be wen filled Ad vertisements of this ring have been tent broadcast and manv machineifrom other towns wilt will be a greater attraction than the fancy turnout which always is the big drawing card at fairs A liberal prem ium for the latter will be offered how over along with the many other at tractions Handsome Building Work on the new storerooms and building of Douglass 1 Simmons on Second St is rapidly nearing comple tion and the improvement will be a great addition to our city TIle firm will occupy the two larger rooms to gether with the upper stories the Electric Light company moving into the room nearer Main Messrs Todd ISon the contractors have done a splendid piece of work in remodeling he property anti have been compli tneiit d on the job Baxter Books Good Ones Lovers of high class entertainments will be glad to know that Manager Baxter of the opera house has been sue ceFBlnl in booking many ot the very best attractions to be on the road next winter He is just back from the East where he arranged for these entertain ments and tells The Climax that the bills at the local play horse will equal those at Lexington during the coming season He is determined to satisfy the patrons ot his house and lor this they are very grateful For Representative In this issue of The Climax appears the announcement of Mr L B Here rington for nomination as representa tive ct Madison county in the next General Assembly Mr Harrington isa lifelong Democrat and as al ways been a hard worker for his party He is thoroughly equipped for tile work and shottld be be CQOHB the voters will never have cause to regret their action in electing JdaTka npmiHatioa will be JlJad bjr UM WHmtjr eosimltUe Ashkow ail dtkMkJbe MM Iff Ml k belMt I 2000 2250 2500 Choice for 1650 Choice I 1250 now 950 JOOO now 750 OutofStyle Suits 150 5About 100 suits as fine as we ever sold formerly priced at- Sio to 25 Nothing wrong but the style Choice for only 5 And some that are soiled and shop worn for 350 Cool Suits at 350 5 Fine quality wool crash coat and pants suits no vest nice coolsummer suits styles but great bargains Former prices 8 to 15 Choice now for 350 The pants alone are worth more STORE In Few Days- Mr RIcci the restaurant man and caterer has not moved to his new itand yet and will not do so forseveral fays when the building will be put in he very best conditiona Home For Father Punch Lexington GazettQ The brick real dence on South Fourth St on DeLong Terrace has been leased as a parsonage for SU Peters Catholic parish ands Father Punch the rector of St Peters tburch has taken possession ills Dottier wilfresidt with him at the par mnage As this place is two blocks rom St Peters church it is a most Convenient location for a parsonaget A Call Realizing his many splendid qualifi for the important work to be one ia the next General Assembly ot Kentucky we hereby make a call upon ion C L Soarcy to become a candi date for the Democratic nomination to epresent Madison county in that body We pledge our hearty support and have reuon to believe that be will be both nominated and elected Many Democrats Services Appreciatedc The gallant work done by Prof 3lc Oonglo in the recent Whirlwind campaign for education in Kent ck lias been highly complimented by tin press and those at the head of the movement He is not only one of the nest but also most enthusiastic work rs in the state and tile people owe him A debt of gratutnde State Super intendent of PcboolB J G Crabbe ii 0 letter to Prof McDougle says ir partA ain I thank you for your ser vices in the second Whirlwind Cam paign It was a unique and a some what spectacular campaign and I oelieve that in the afterwhile you wii be glad to sayrl was a part of it Hundreds of children in the Old Ken ncky Home will call yet ilessed Scores of appreciative letters come to my desk speaking of youi earnest useful self oacrificing work I can not forget your kindness and 1 lOW my profound 10 you who made the cyclone pos sible May I try to servo you some rime as you have tried to serve tin hiidrcn of Kentucky Mothers Love L Different A young married woman said tc he motherinlaw Mother I won der if you bye your son George as well as i love him sari husband It seems Impossiulo The woman re plied Well Alice let me tell you the difference in your affection lot George You love him because hi loves you and is really loveable and is kind and affectionate and his thoughtful attentions anticipate all your wants But let him cease to be loving and affectionate and be come cold and Indifferent neqltctiag you and becoming even abusive ana violent and let him throw sway bia manhood and jjo into the mire of lwmorlltyanti drtinkencss Then should npt be surprised to see you cense loving ieorgeaad toseeyou sue for divorce Hut George might neg lect me and treat me unkindly and assult me with vlbleaee and stagger into the gutter Nevertheless before bindingup5 these wounds I would help him np and wipe tie slime from his cheek aad kiss hisa and put my arms arennd him and what others might say orthlak of kIm 1 would still tore and caress hi as my own 4Mli f OB rwltAlit ij perim- apt3rssc4lMwIplEriQT 114 kt4orW 15100 J650 1700 for off hereafter Delicious Melons Mr J B Walker was very agree ably surprised Friday when ho was informed that a car load of water melons were at the L N depot his orders They were shipped here by Mr W T Calhoun and Mr W I Johns from their large plantation in Thomas S C Thtf melons weighed from 35 to 65 pounds each and were the best ever een hereThe donors wrote that thoywanted their Richmond friends to see and enjoy some of the products of their Southern home and the shipment has brought much joy to many Richmond people The letter states thatMessrs Calhou nand Johns had that day shipped to various parties fourteen cars of melons and two cars of cantaloupes this being about the usual shipments made from that se- ctionIl train load The City Dads The City Council met in regular session Tuesday evening and traus meted quite a lot of routine business dr T C ONeil was chosen back tax collector to collect unpaid taxes or the years 1905 and 1900 The lerk read a report in regard to equalizing and rebatingthe license tax system and he with Attorney IIIL Collins and Mr Mcso were tppointed a committee to draw an rdinanco covering same Bid for the city printing were opened The Climax and Register wore the only bidders each naming the legal rate lifty cents an inch for doing the work Council had on its economi calclothes and said this was too much ind it may be that the body wilt idopt the fencepost method of in forming the people of new laws passed and other matters of such Import inca The question of reestablishing the office of Street Commissioner tame up and after considerable dis ittssidn pro and con the motion was carried naming Mr W Derringer to fill the position Mayor Woods innbunced that he would veto the measure The tax levy ior19091910 vas fixed at 120 How Do You Stand Men may be laughed at or consi bred queerspecimens for advocating ind practicing a high standard of honesty justice honor aud truthfulness in the conduct of campaign for election to office in town couatyor itate The saying is current that and omo men net as It anything is fair in political way deny this All should bo persuaded to stand for what is right Practical politics is some times interpreted another name for debauching the purchasable element intimidation at the polls falsifying the returns stealing vote or if need be the whole book in order to secure support or be declared the choice of the people and all this is but preliminary to graft in office a sacrificing of public revenue repn tattoo and character to the unbridled lusts for gain and power of corrupt and vicious men Righteousness exalts a county state and nation Let each man whether lie be a voter a candidate clecUonofllcor nominee or entrusted with the honors and re sponsibilities of oEcec3Bsidcr seri ously his responsibility in making our county and State a desirable place fora home Hays yolil it fm Sowing HA J11rtttt1tt lw1ttt lime tiwW MlJffltlfDr 1 1 Berry Simpson Convicted The trial of Berry Simpson and others charged with murdering a Government official and disobeying a federal injunction was not completed until midnight Saturday when the Jurv brought in a verdict of guilty and fixed the punisbements as follows Berry Simpson the alleged leader was sent to penitentiary for life for murder while Berry Simpson Jr ElishaSlayin and George Stanley were found guilty of disobeying the injunction There yore several lawyers on each side the case being stubbornly fought A big crowd of witnesses and interested parties was in town luring the trial Citizens Protest Mayor 01 aienceE Woods went to Frankfort last week and filed with the Governor and Attorney General a largelysigned petition protesting against time sale of the Louisville Atlantic Railway to the Louisville Nashville Those back of the move reel confident that the sale can be held void as there is a constitutional provision against the absorption of parraliel or competing lines The petition claims that the people of Richmond and Madison county will have no competing lines and will be subject to exhoriitant freight and passenger rates Also that forty years ago the citizens of Madison county voted three quarters of a million dollars to the old Kentucky Central Railway to build a line from Cincinnati to Richmond via Paris to compete with the Rowland branch of tho Louisville and Nashville The latter road then bought the IC C branch and now has come into possession of the Louisville Atlantic The citizens of Madison voted 250000 fo aid in constructing the Louisville Atlantic road Gov Willsnn took the matter under advisement and has submitted it to time Attorney General for opinion Boys SuitsILong Pants Ages 1 5 to 20 years Fine stylish suits all our newest at these bargain prices I 1500for975 1000 for 750 U For5About fifty Boys Long Pants Suits best material and workmanship sizes 16 to 20 years not the latest styles regular prices 10 to5choice now for only 5 Great for school or everyday wear COVINCTON BANKSQUALITY M acknowledgement Deserving Words Louisville Times The decision of Jerre A Sullivan not to accept the delegatefromAssembly will he received with re gret Judge Sullivan as the author of the common school law and of the bill establishing the Stale University and putting the State Normal Schools on a firm basis was easily the most useful member of the Generally As sembly of 1008 Mr Sullivan has understood ashave few other men now in public life that Kentuckys needs lie polfifeso rats he has given ofhis best to the people of the State without regard to politics The school legislation which bears his name is nonpartisan and fair alike to both races The State has need of men like Sullivan if its problems of prison management good roads taxation uniform ac erlualimportance have no place are tope settled as was the educational problem on broad and nonpartisan lines Mr Sullivan has best served his party in serving well the State Fine Prospects Prof J B Cassiday who is busy working up interest in Madison Female Institute tells the Climax that he is meeting with splendid success and the enrollment for years work will be larger than ithas been in many years paek Pupils from all sections of the state have ueen enrolled The handsome catalogs have been received and will be sent to any address upon application Prof Cassiday enjoys a statewide reputation as a teacher and is considered one of the best in the South Our people will be delighted to know that the school has such hat tering prospects i J i T r v V= v i Murray Ledger Prof E C Bfd Dougle of Richmond State Normal School and speaker for the whirlwind campaign has done much for creating an interest for better schools and higher education in the three days speaking in this county Coming at this time it is somewhat of an ice breaker for the institute and association work this year The oratory and argument used by Mr McDongle in his speeches has certainly set people lu thinking more than ever before on thu plan of education as a business propo sition A Sad Death On Thursday night July 8 surround ed by loved ones the pure spirit of John Alexander ArKuckle took Ito flight to the realms above After a brief illness of a week during whit h time he suffered from tbedreaded di ease tetanus dear John succumbed the Grim Master and left behind him a voice in the hearts of parents iea tives and friends that only time Till the tomb builder as Prentice so ar ly expresses it can even in a measu heal Time ways of Providence are tri past finding out That John so brigand happy the very light of the IIOUFI f hold with apparently the highest tI futnies before and everyone whom c came in contact loved should hfcv been snatched from the dear parch s and loving friends is hard to untie stand But our poor frail huniaui has its limitations and we can not kn w till we no longer see through a gk darkly Look up dear parents j r it is only with an eye of faith that can pierce the vail and know that a is well To you and the loving gras mother brother and sister we can oul point to happy reunion where putt ings are no moreand where there is tu more pain or death A Friend the Ice Man is find THE Wick Blue Flame Oil Cooker 1 SiS jut what you need It means Iesij fueIiool house and preparation of I meals a pleasure ta Satisfaction guaf ariteedfe Eetour prices and youll buySohe today ii Whirlwind Campaign a When kings youll ii Zf tlMAN and HlGGlNSi JIj Jt J RSi li5tjj5r 5r j al JL L1 rJLuui1 t TTZ BR StoufferOlde- st I Established Clothing and Tailoring House in RichmondTs TI Harvest Season is here and when in need of a machine dont forget that 2 i we handle the Bearing Binders i and Mowers the machine noted for its light draft and durability Goodloe I Curtis r + r lJ George English 1 I PLUMBINGDoctor for EiinesF J Workstl 210 E Main Street Phone tt6191 l I+ Hows THIS Best Beatt- yvilleCOAL 400 a Ton2000 Poundsx v Figure on above rate and see how much that is per bushel We have cheaper grades if wanted Harber Coal CompanyTELEPHONE 315 Third Street opposite L A A Depot RICIIMOND KY Blue Grass Fairw CORPORATED Lexington Ky August 914 II s BIG DAYS AND NIGHTS The Bluest and Best in the South 25000IN The Best HQrse Show in America SplendidDisplay of Every r Class of Live Stock Saddle Horse Stake Excellent Automobile Racing Monday Aug 9 High Class Trolling and Rgnia Races Daily For Cataiogne or further iBfoiHuiUoiJ AdJri- ieJOUE J T SHOUSE SccV Lelmigtoii j ty Jr n I i v C 7 = ARE THE BEST- CLOTHESr Bench Tailored Ready to Wear Guaranteed not to Shrink or FadeC t 50 years experience the factory guarantee in suits alT sizes from smallest boy to largest man Newest stock in city to select from 2i Fine Line New and urnishing Goods Suit- Cases Trunks Umbrellas etc at lowest prices for high class goods 6111 1000 AttiactteeaIi Sterlingl Clothes S- tyleHats tja Elderly People Helped Free The last years of life are the sweet prolongis exercised in maintaining bodily health But the chief care should always be with regard to the food eat and whether oU are digesting i properly You Should not allow your constipatedNo salts and nndhllotempomrgoodperlence with to aVrtndeHw and mild laxaUve Dr CaldtfeUS strap Pep tryingtosuffere4s and found his cure in Dr Caldwells frup Pepsin Ills wire uses it too with feuccess We could name hundreds others Some heard of it first thedoctorsstomach liver or bowel complaint a free chargeIthe win send you a trial bottle direct to your home If it proves itself as he claims then continue treatment by le1likeofihisyiottlisa regularbottlesrid your money if it does not eattar Jail Send at least for the free test bottl- today It there Is anything about your ailment that you dont understand or if you want any medical advice to the doctor and he will answer yOU fUny There U no charge for this service The address Is Dr W B CalOwell 500 Caldwell bldj Montlcello STOCKTON HAGAN If you are going to sell out and want your goods to bring all they are worth get i J W Shearer White Hall Ky to conduct your sale His charges are reasonable Money to Loan on Good Farm- Lands The Northwestern MutualLife In surance Go will loan money at 5 percent interest on good improved far lands on Mortgage Apply to J C Chenault At- ty6JlfRicbmoud Ky Public Sale The Board 6f Education o Richmond will sell at public auction on the premises o ThursdayJuly 22 09 at 2 p m A Nice Lot on HilPStreet This lot is about 100 x 200 feet and will divided and sold and then offered as a whole the best price realized will be accepted Terms made known on day of sale For furthE particulars call on or address JOHN ALT4I AN A D MILLERCommittee Mm InstituteRi- chmond Ky UTQI M os tb W Next Session Opens Sept 14 For Catalog Write J Br Cassiday Rkhmood Kentucky itI- 1 v c L INDIVIDUAL FARMS r Will Be Given Unequalled Op portunities at the Great Blue Grass Fair CONDITIONS FOR EXHIBIT All Kentucky Farmers Eligible to En ter Extraordinary Competitive Ex habit Under Simple Conditions st Out BelowDo Not Forget That En tries Close Monday August 2 In order to stimulate Interest In Im proved agriculture and to offer oppor turilty to show to the world the character of tarn products grown In this section the Blue Grass Fair to beheld at Lexlhtah the week of August 914 has framed conditions for the following fexhjblt which should be one of Its most attractive and beneficial features Exhibit of products from individual farms not less than six from appended list to be shown all to be grown by exhibitor I0 dtvlded Into tour pre mlums50 25 15 10 From the following list the exhibitor Is to choose not less than six products of his own farm to be shown and It Is niso understood that exhibitor may show us many more than six as he may desire Burlejr TobaccoMine plant of green tobaecd In pet or Cu- tltsnlpThreeinch bundle Corn In StalkSix stalks Sorghum In StalkSix stalks Wheat In Straw TwoInch bundle Oas In Straw TwoInch bundle Rye In StrawTwoInch bundle Barley In StrawTwoInch bundle Alfalfa Twolnph bundle Red CloverTwoInch bundle AlslkoTwoInch bundle Crimson Clover TwoInch bundle Soy Beans TwoInch bundle Cow PensTwoInch bundle Blue GrassTwoInch bundle Timothy TwoInch bundle Orchard Grass TwoInch bundle German millet TwoInch bundle Potatoes Selection of six any named variety The exhibits will be judged by points on the following basis Quality 60 points diversity and commercial value 23 points arrangement 15 pointsWhere grains lire exhibited in the bundle the judge Will consider both quality and quantity All samples of grains tlUst be correctly nahled as to variety Tags to so dfcslghtttte them will be supplied by the superintendent in charge astnot occupy more of wall space It is suggested that all exhibits at sinftll grains grasses and inycan be secured In the case of tobacco It Is suggested that plants Intended for exhibit be grown in pots though cut tobacco may also be shown Where nn exhibitor grows both iteand have same count us two of the six articles required to permit his exhibit The phrase twoinch bundle sdt- o deslgniUo quantity to bo shown means two Inches In diametcT where tied Aft exhibits witi re marked fey num xl1ibltorsnor shall there he any designation exhibitorsem L Exhibitors from any county In Ken tucky will bo eligible to competition toEnlNes close Monday Aug 2 at 6 oclock p m and no entry will be accepted thereafter All exhibits must be placed not late than 6 oclock p m of Saturday 7 and no exhibit lhatts not In place and complete at that time shall be eligible to compete KentuckyEipCllmfJnt Prof George Roberts of the State SuperintendentThe standing committee for tho department consists of Mr C E Marvin chairman Prof C W Mathews Dr B H Italley Prof George Roberts Mr George D KarsneiN Through In lib sense relating to this exhibit or coming into competition for ally Of the prizes offered the manage meat of the Blue Grass Fair Is grati Experltreatthe fair on the lower floor of the al Hall where this exhibit will b held The display will be taken prin clpally from the department of Prof H Garman and will not only Include cropsmgrown on the Experiment Station forth1ntellllllblya marked detriment to farm crops grown In Central Kentucky and which can be successfully combatted by farmers who use Improved methods recommended by the Experiment Sta lion Grassfduring the week of August 9th to 14th anconcert be given the full program of ipso acts will fellow and All the large nggregatlonof shows will be open C R Kluger the Jeweler TOGO Virginia Ave Indianapolis Intl writes yl was so weakfrom kidney trouble that I could hardly walk n hundred feet Four bottles of Foleys Kidney Remedy cleared my complexion cured my backache and the irregularities disappeared and I can now attend to business every day and recommend Foleys Kidney Remedy to all suffciers as it cured mo after the doctors and other remedies had failed Foleys Kidney Remedy will cure any case of kidney or bladder disease that it is not beyond the reach of medicine Sold by Stockton and Hagan Resumed Business Haviug been out of the painting rnd piper business for about four yenir have decided lo again resume this class of work and use this method to ask a share of your patronage guarantee ing first class work in every respect The people Richmond and Madison county are familiar with my work each as paperhanging painting var nishing etc I shall take great pleasrie ia making estimates on my work you may ileslrein this line no matter how small the job Keep splonijiil line ofwali paper from which to select Ihaafcing you for past favors and earnestly soliciting a share of your fBt rcbUl bsslam Respectfully W L Leeds iiisecond St t ir fIiLt 1vir 0c a Your Hair- Contrary Is it Inclined to run away Dout punish it with a cruel brush and comb Feed it nourish it save it with Ayers Hair Vigor new improved formula Then your hair will remain at home on your head where it belongs An elegant dressing Keeps the scalp healthy Dounot change the color ofthe hair Aer Permula with ueh boUle Show it to loan doctor tat hlia about it thin do as he pale We certainly believe this or we would not sty so Ayers Hair Vigor as now mule from our new improved formula is s great preparation for the hair and tcalp Stops falling Cures dan Iruif Promotes the growth of hair Made by the J CL7er Co Lowell M ji For ISalc House land lot 85x2 located ou rvine 8t Good Muse anti cistern md all conveniences L 0 Schmidt ALMOST SORRY FOR HONESTY Cleveland Man Has Approval of Conscience But He Had to Go Without Eggnog The two Myerses are getting their things mixed again George A Myers and George E Ayers Inasmuch as they know each other very well noth ing more serious has resulted thus tar han the occasional opening of a piece f mall that lacked the middle Initial lilt theres no tolling What may hap pen some day The express company having deliv ered a noggin of eggs to George A Dyers he was Inclined at first to aim them for his own rot that he xpected any eggs but there was no vidence that they belonged to the ither Myers and George A hated the dea of giving them up to George E inless his ownership were truly estab iihed Eggnog Is one of the things Jeorge A Myers Is strong on and It hurt his very soul to send the eggs iver to the rooms Of the board Of edu atlonHowever he did send them Over ike an honest man hater M BiW George E Myers and asked what he sad done with the eggs Ate em of course said he Did you learn who sent them to you asked George A Not replied George Bi lint hey tasted Just afe well1 And to think mourned George that I went without that eggnog ust to provide George E Myers With i basket of eggs that maybe be onged to meCleveland Leader JADE A MESSENGER OF LOVE Governor General of Australia Em ployed as Cupids Emissary Be tween Sweethearts Apropos bf Lord JJorthcotes name being mentioned as a probable succes sor to Earl Grey In Canada his lordship was once made curious use of while governor general of Australia says London M A P StrqllliS night re through an avfcnuo tf nber trees tit H iHn e ht3u5S lo dirtier he was suddenly pounced upon by a maid servant who kissed him effusively and Dressed a little parcel Into his hand Heros a sausage for you I cant come out tonight as master has com pany she whispered and as mysteri ously disappeared When he got to Ihe house he found one of his serv ants loitering by the gate What ate you doing there asked Lord North coto Im welting for my sweetheart the snail stammered Where is she rIn service heretAb then 1 ftni right Here Is n saUsafeQ frflffl JrOUf sweetheart and she wishes me tb tell you that she cannot come out tonight as her master has company Seeing that the man looked nervous he added kindly Shealso gave me a kiss for you but perhaps you would rather wait until you see her HaHJ is live shillings instead I Pat Pottos and Their Usee U is impossible to say what will please In the way of fat food The only way is to experiment feeling sure that the right thing will eventu ally appear When commonplace fat offends something new and strange will often inspire respect and be re whotre puddingethat has been known to charm when less humble tare is declined Toffee which is a combination of equal parts of sugar and melted butter ia a high ly nutritious substance that Is a gen eral favorite among children Given at the end of the meal it can seldom do harm Equal parts of chopped fat meat lean meat and bread crumbs tho whole lightly seasoned with pepper and salt and a dash of powdered sugar make an agreeable filling With satid wlches that sin Often acceptable td those Who insist that they do hot like fat Harpers Bazaar Brave Woman Honored The bravery of Margaret Cfbil the first woman to take the soldiers part In the war for AmeHcan Independence will be commemorated by a bronze tablet unveiled on the site of thtnhl tort during the HudsonFulton CorIprivate and during the attacks of tho Hessians on the outworks of Fort Washington she loaded one of tho cannons In Fort Tryon many times The battle was nearly over when both she and her husbapd were killed The tablet is by C JC G Bill Ings whose stable of fine trotting horses Is located on the site of the fort on upper Manhattan island Does It Pay The mayoralty chair of Cambridge has come to be called The Hoodoo Chair by those who have followed Cambridge politics for many years There leas been no Incumbent for the sufferedfromverses either during or after his term of offiCEr The present mayor John F Brooks was no sooner nominated this spring than he had to undergo an operation from which he is still con valescing Boston Journal Douals Monument The city of Doual fa going to erect a monument to John of Bologna one of its most famous citizens The sculptor was born there in 1524 and died at Florence in 1COS the appella tion of Bologna being a corruption of his own name of de Boullogne an old Flemish family still In exlsteaco The Athenaeum Have you seen the free Sewing Machine at Luman rfs Hi trains Cook Wanted Good wages paid jr good crook white or black Write or Phone DrSaowdeH1 U e XslRNI ri GreaIReduction= r1 As the season is growing late we have dedfe to make a clean sweep of our stock of spring and stmjme goods and beginning r Wednesday1 TUNE lath we will slash prices on everything This is a rare chance to buy DRY GOODS1 DRESS GOOnS NUTIUNS lh fact everything to be found in a highclass establishment at cost and LESS THAN COST The reductions we will make in prices will startle the purchasing public and we cor dially invite you to call early and gt some of the best bargains ever offered in this section of the State Remember we handle only the best grade of merchandise and have no old stock to work off An inspection will prove our statements =x== = NV WHITEMAIN T EEI h f RICHMOND KY Eyl Carriage Works B Mi lACKEY Prop Carriages Runabouts Buggies Road Wagons I Surreys arts AVe handle the best brands on the market and sell them on ptlab 011satisfaeLion Prices Always lowest For Sale A No 1 carriage in good condition practically new for sale cheap Also a two seat trap which may likewise be bought at a bargain May be PCIII at R chmond Motor di Plumbing Co tf A C Sca- nlaniIBoIton r W 1 General Blacksmith Carriage and Buggy Painting Special Attention t- oULepairing Buggies Wag andens Farm Machinery We Put On The Best Rubber Tires Made r Our Facilities For lomskig Are Unsurpassed Shop at Ky Carriage Works Water Street WALL PAPER We have added to our busi ness a Hue of Wall Paper con si5ting of UleILatest and Most Up f Io Date TatteWis froth Sets a bolt tl J We are iiractlcal in this tine of work and will be pleased to have you call and get our prices Estimates furnished for any sort of interior decorations B Juett Son Phone 449 145 First at It is always cheapest in the long run to get the best We do the very best ConcreteWork Gve us your order and you will be well pleasedandthorn ly satisfied Rft K Stone Phone 4- 32farIeyTMarcb are now selling HATS AT YOUR OWN PRICE Come early and get big bargains Theselectidn of the graduation gift for the Sweet Girl G siduate Tcanoeat be made hero We baveH splendid as soi lmentpl small Gold Jewelry Watches Chains Bracelets Ixkets TbcklacesAll of the very stand of the charac ter that w1lllgive mutual pleasure to both the recipient and Lb purchaser All specially prielf r this occasion Your examination is respectfully solkllted 1P 2 E 1j JEjtdt r ti i lr 3 ArimasOk adM iilwR freai fif u J n file Madison County Fair Fait Grounds i RICHMOND KY W FridayAug 9 DAWS 31 Lir Premiums Fine Music- i FLORAL HALL A C SCANLAN President T J CURTIS Vice Prcsldsnt j McKINNEYYPrt8ldentH SURVEYOR Solicits the Patronage of the Genera Public Prices Reasonable See him or write UnionCity Kyi David Dunn Sect y New Method 4l Teeth Ext without PAINiDr Hobsoni Richmond Ky iW have just received a car load of dCudof Shingles and a car of Yellow Poplar Shingles Try TALTHOID to cover that tobacco barn The Best Roof Made Rough and Dressed Lumber of all Kinds Doors Sash and Millwork ED BLANTON COMPANY Telephone 425 Near L A Depot1I t TODD 180N 11 Contractors and Buildetfifj r a afy x tc Will furnish I orusinesa4 llso a specialty of ofFall kinds 3 adagei TODP Sc SON i r f L I l