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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i1 Ff 1 f 1 HE RICHMOND CLIMAX r i F rR i VOLUME 36 tx I I RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY AUGUST4 1909 NUMBER 9 I WALL PAPER ROWERSPorch and Lawn Furniture Make your porch a summer parior The cost ia little the pleasure great Let us fit up ope for you We have rockers chairsrsettees couches and tables in reed rattan old andhammocksyour consideration Old Hickory Aarm Chair reg price 9 special 350 225crFcc cc AOUj special 15- 0C1E X ThejKosVBesirable Porch Rug Made 9rsp catprice e w 7fiO 8 x10u j u cc cc 6501 cr H6Xq f 400 46X76ct cc J ta is 2 50 3x6cC S ill v riH V 125 C ft g L 7 erCrMAIN AND BROADWAY LEXINGTON KY When in Need of j fjastering or Concrete MATERIALF t SEE rBURNstnf ROBINSON r Office and Warehouse on L N RR PHONE 142 RICHMOND We also handle all kinds of Feed il WeSellay Patterns 10c Each heRfchtWay toga good worlds D buy your paper Irqm and up Jo date lne andget nuptodat paper hanger Thousands Will Atfend tie BlgJ Demi cratic Barbacuc at Louisville Promoters of the big Jeffersonian theFilthDlstr1ctFair grounds in Louisville on August MayorCharleschairmen of the executive and all sub commlttes and the announcement is made that Mr Grainger has accepted The promoters have not onlv secured the fatr grounds for the big event but railroadsforacheapest that has been in torce in Kentucky fur years The rate will enable Democrats from the most rp mote sections of the state to visit the metropolis Invitations are prepared now and will be sent out immediately to all of the Democratic members of Kentuckys delegation in Congress also to Uoinocratic nominees for both mblylltdays it is planned to have speeches by not loss than 100 of the states crack Democrat orators Same ol the dona ttons that are being received by state Democrats are unique Charles Met calf of Pineville the recently eecttd president of the State Bar Association is to sendone carload of coal As this cannot be used the committee will sell It James Gwnett of Adair county will send two head of beef cattle Col A D Martin of Frank fort will send two carloads of second growth hickory wool which will furnish the blaze lor roasting to a turn several hundred head of cattle sheep and lambs One of Mr Garnetts con stitutents from the Eleventh District who is ninetyodd years old is to ride a ronlo from his mountain home down to the State Fair grounds He has Voted for every Democratic nominee for President from thetime bo become of age to the present time Up to this time a number of business houses have offered aeufQcieut number of floots to coyer ten squares of space in the parade The prpmoers say this parade will be the biggest and the longest ever seen on the streets of Louisville Col L D Arartin leads the lisLof parade entries with fix floats The Kentucky Colonels have agrjeed to take charge of the marching clnb division of tile parade arid invltatiois will be sent to the marching clubs of all other cities requesting them to Phone i 2 WPBAXTERparticipate In the ceebr Uo here bigdemOfJstration 50000 Democrats to Louisville during the twc days they will be dissppoiit cd Tills ia going to be the opening gun said one In the fight to be KentucltyTake Notice FoleysKidueystrengthens the kidneys BO they will eUm1n te thC impurities from blood that depress the nerves andIcauso exhaustion backache tism and urinary regularities sap the vitality Do not delay and riskhaving Brights disease or dia betes Take Ioleys Kidney asltishealingandantiseptib ands restore and strength Refuse substitutes Sold by Stockton Son alm The Summer Girls Own I Time Thoe no neei of telling the girls how to or joy the run mr time His their own season It a man is so blind hathliCallliot see the charms of the summer girl he ICtlatclelJelveafaCl n nng wife Ho delri yes to worry along through life a3 a lonely old bachelor and have Iris tate absorbed by an asylum fur orphan pups Fur she is a vision of beauty and a dream of delight Fiom the bow in her hair down toihe feicliii n slippers that cover her little fret frcm her glow Tag cheeks to her parasol from her preka brio Wrist to her irrceistablc manner she is the central feature of the landscape the joy of tho nation the catch of the season the summer girl The best remedy we know of in all cases of Kidney and TJladder troublu and the one we always can recom mend is DeWiifs Kidney and Blad der Pills They are antiseptic and at once afcsls the kidneys to perform their important work But when you ask fr these pills be positive that get Dewitts Kidney and- Bladder Pills There are imitations placed upon sale to deceive VDU Get DoWitts Insist upon them and if 1111 dealer caenot supply yonrefuse anything else in place of them Sold by all druggist nuglm Fully Guaranteed- It is satisfactory to know that any article rurchase4 is fully guaranteed by tho company Such is the case with Spirella Corset which is sold by Mis 6 A Deatlierage whowill be pleased to fill all orders This corset is durable and comfortable as Mrs Deatherage is prepared to fit any size ft In A Bad Way Mast a RIcbmeBd Reader Will Feel Gratefal For This lalorraaUea When ybu back giveS out chlngWbcnYour kidneys are Inn bad war vonHeroElbridge G Evans Depot St Kichplaayille Kysnys From ex pcrl ice with Doans Kidney PillsIr remedy that they are an excellent and one that claims made for it I sufferedfrom a severe attack of kidney trouble for some time My back achedlnten ely and 1 had a soreness across kid neys tbat made it hard for ma to move about My bladder seemed to be affected is the kidney secreions were too frequent in passage at tunes while at others there was a complete usingDoansficial effect was noticeable from the first I was soon entirely cured and for that reason lam glad to give this remedy my endorsement sale by all dealers Price CompanyBuffalo the United States- Remember the namqDollnsnndItake no other Switches and pulls made to orier Stock on hand to select from I also have in stock triangles cliigintisiul fact everythins in bair dressing 1 guar antee to restore grey hair to itsoiiginal color Call and seeme at12i Walnut St Mrs Alice Harper I buy hair and combings and clippings 3m Bryan Asks Taft Wm J Bryan addressed n letter to President Taft asking him to allow the people to vote on popular election of Senators Mr Bryan says President Taft Now that the States are going to vole on he ratification of the amendment specifically authorize ingnn income tax why not give them a chance to vote on an amendment providing for the election of U S Sen store by popular vote In your speech of acceptance you said that you were personally inclined to fayor such a change in the Constitution opportunetlmetogress Two constitutional amend mauls one authorizing an income tax and other providing for the election of Senators wouldmake your Admin istration memorable and I pledge you whatever assistance I can render in eecuring the ratification of these amendments With great respect I am yours truly Win Jennings Bryan Throw it Away A fool is nauseous buta coward Is J worse n says Dryden Ancf Mr Webster says a coward Is prie who turnsjiis tail like a scared dog We are going to say a few words to and about j the coward and We post din cercly hope that the coward who reads Tho Herald will read what fol lotvs and that hemay be benefited brit We are writing especially to that character of coward whovheu he hears sounds during the hours of the night at once concludes that a burglar is breaking into the house grabs Ipistol and begins shooting in the direction of the noise Hardly a day passes that wedo not read in the daily papers of EOOJO persons being mistaken forjt burgular and shgt Io death A man whois so easily fright ened is a most dangerous character Any sort of no5sQat night id to his rars as the bark ofn hound is to the ear ot a hareTake from him his pistol and he would run away just as the frightened rabble runaway but pistol in hand he crouches down behind his bed and begins to shoot hehindshas killed his beat friend or somo ullownsoul willlell you that you ute Then if yon own apistolthrow it into the creek You have no more Iiusintsr with it than an infanthas with a slick of dynamite Harrodsburg Herald r For Sale Fpr wail paper jeoB Jnett t Son Theysell it and hang It at reasonable prices You dont have to wait they have it in stock Phone 110 tC Very Bast Granulated Sugar 17 poULds fur 51 Jas B Park First St tf Cured Hay Fever and Summer Cold A S Nusbadm Batesville Ind writes Last year I suffered for3 months with a summer cold so dis tressing that it interfered with my business I had many of the symp ioms of hay fever nnd a doctors prescription tid not reach my case and 1 took several medicines which seemed onlv to aggravate it Fortu nately I insisted Foleys- Honey and Tar It quicklycured me My wife has since used it the same success For chronic coughs and lung trouble it has no equal Re fuse substitutes Sold by Stockton d Son alm I Th Wrong Way is to buy a lot c old stock and get anybody to hang it for you Phone I FOR You AND YOUR WIFE Acheerful pretty bedroom will help you tolsta t in a cheerful pleasant mood a haven of rest for you to come back to att night Andallday long it is a pleasure to your wife To makc bedroom it is more Important to have v tnsteCulfumlturethatharmonlzesthanfurniturethatmereIYIWi f r1ahlrtwaistnot cost very if you ram tw a room Come in and talk it overit fv 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 lrrri 1If you enn part with it at the end of that time we will t Syour money without question or comment tJSJS f t OLD lal1d LACKEY r Day Phne76 Irjfghf WSO ROL MGB J36 r 229 411 Tug BUSTLING CASH STORE 30 Dave Reduced Prices wrILL YArEtz Undertaking a Specialty r I We Sell May Manton Patterns 10c Each 4 Owing to our having been so hindered during the early spring season by the repairing on our store front we find ourselves with entirely j too many spring goods to carry over Therefore for the next thirtyJn r i2 J x f EiXtr80rdIn8ry f 1 K txii ji r 1 f kr Y 8 ues c rt1 jf r in order to rzduce our surplus stock We are one house which alwayshas done are now doing and will continue pi to do business oriAe fixedia f i 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 friendsxbuy from us without any fear misrepresentation on our parts and to command greater volume of business by absolutely honest methods anythings1in j t ir summabefo passing iud ment We will not name it Ic1F qmanb y prices but we have stocks of goods to sell andit will be very profitable to you to make us a visit Especially low prices on all Ready to 4 dr ro J ST Sfwe will ysur = j c prise you byoffering suits from J9S UP N t V V Pft i Ltyj Vvi RESPECTFULLY YOURS I r VERY i ijIII 1 i c c J It 13gT jtB I 0IiI L k J c i s irt t v r N i r l 01 1 o ti i j i2 kto I1u I R I S fIM 1 0 NiJ- r I 1t Mil S ItAIlficisitf i i 7f 1 i r J OJ 1 i t f t iJ f IT JrII I cp i I K i36OJ and Cbmfobk i By Wearing I t Junsing f a f Union Suits J v The very nicest underwear you can buy alsoi I the most economical They are perfect fit r ting tine quality lightweight noniritating and npnchaffing Once you wear the Munsjng Underwear you will always wear itT IPRICES RANGE FROM I SOc to 15O L OWEN VIcKeeNb The Richmond Climax PUSUSHH WEEIESUT THE CLIMAXPRINTING CO Incorporated A D MILLER IresH and Mangr LOUIS LANDRAM Editor Hxntxr ol PRESS aad DISTRICT PUBLISHERS FFICE 100 PER YEAR IN AUVASCE WEDNESDAY AUG 4 1909 TOE wOrld with which ve have to contend is exacting practical and unsympathetic It has nb use for dreamers except in so far as they afford subjects of ridicule for the practicalUnless you accomplish something the world commends you will be elbowed out of the way or thrown into the useless pile so to speak If you lag you will be overtaken in any race in which you may compete If you try to account for your failure tho world has no ears for your story it only cares to listen to the victor Everysuccessful man in the world has followed the bent of his nature IF you find yon cannot avoid think- Ing about and spending your time at music become a musician If you must give all your attention to mechanism become a mechanic If you hare an irresistible desire to read lawbooks bocome a lawyer But whatever you do try to find that which you can do best The world ia- full of mediocrity From the standpoint of performance tho human family is about 90 per cent as similar as a brood of chickens There is very littl difference in our accomplishments it is only now and then a man does anything out of the ordinary and for the man that succeeds in doing something better and greater than has been done there is always awaiting a substantial re ward alluring enough to cause him to try 19 excel If you put a squirrel and a duck on the ground as soon as they see tho light of day the squirrel will climb tho nearest tree and the duck will swim in the nearest pond They cannot help doing so Nature compels them SUCCESS is not counted by dollars nor is peace to be purchased with great riches says a wellknown writer It seems to us that the only thing that keeps people in the city is that they can make money there But that is all the city is good for and if they think money can make them happy or can purchase them content mont they are sadly mistaken as they find out when they become millionairesPeople their lives making fortune and then find out that it was not what thoy thought it to be There is a great inclination on the part of wealthy people to return to the country but they go out in the wrong spirit They set up an estab lishment with a lot of servants and get as far away from the true country as if they were In town In order really to return to tic great elemental sanities one must go with the right attitude of spirit and that attitude is simplicity It does not take much money to live in the country Money ia good to buy booksjind pictures with but it is not needed for much else One can live in the country if his mind la right and enjoy tIe best bokslIle best of people the best of life and never be troubled about his bank account ONE way of raising revenue ftho federal government is tLc same no that employed by tire iadividual or bust s wkica finds Itself in straita by ecoaimlslBg expenditures i AT L KO b c Iadcbreh picl W i 1I4re soot htrla a riot W bsjiss M- ivlsi t rIG- tMj How foolish is the practice o carrying a revolver has been exemplified so often that if people still persist in toting weapons for which they have no use It seems likely that they will always continue to do so Last week a youngman was shot while riding near Louis rifle and was probably fatally in jured when his own revolver was ac cidentally discharged as it layupon the buggy seat Reports do not indicate that he had any need of the weapon Indeed a boy of eighteen in our opinion never needs one and nobodyelse except officers of the law is hkely to have legitimate use for a weapon in times of peaceISome persons carry revolvers under the mistaken impression that these weapons would be available against highwaymen or burglars but any skilled burglar would be able to steal his victims revolver without much difficulty If one must carry a re volver he should never carry a valu able one for that reason Another means of rendering revolvers safe if we must carry them is to take the cylinders out That will scare peo pIe as badly in the darkness as if the cylinder were in and will not do any harm AXOTHEB thing that we in this coun try have to be thankful for is that we are out of the reach of tidal waves and sea storms We alsoseem to be immune from earthquakes which arc accustomed to frolic in more salubrl ous climates aud cyclones kn wus not And talking about climates where would you go to find a finer article of climate than that of Kentucky this summer It has not been excessively warm at xany time and the nights with ew exceptions have been so cool that bedclothingupon the sleeper has been necessary If there were onlysome way of getting rill of the electrical storms that occasionally do considerable damage we all might live to be a thousand years old as far as meeting death from elemental disturbances is con corned TIIEKE is one thing that most people have to be thankful fur wblchTs that they are not public officers A public officer Js a public target Anybody who has a few heads of decaying cabbage some ancient eggs or a dead cat shies them at the headof a public oflicsr Of course being human the recipient of these kindly attentions doubtless deserves a good many of then but one cannot help wondering whether the errors would be fewer if the thrower of these missiles were to exchange places with the throwee The only man who never made mistake is dead theIlooks of horror upon the faces of dowagers that would be brought by the appearance upon a ballroom floor of their own daughters clad in the bathing suits worn at the beach a few weeks before WhERE id the oldfashioned woman who used to end her letters by saying that sh3 had good health and hoping that you are enjoying the same great blessing DOUBTLESS It is true that there is ome good in the worst of us but when we are looking for good ve dont go to tho worst of us to find it THE man who is too busy to take a vacation may find out some day that a permanent vacation is not tdo busy to take him Au of ns SBonld be very careful to understand perfectly how to manage an aeroplane before we attempt to operate it ONB should be so well acquainted with hisown business that It would be caser to transact 4Ipthers THE popular llls the one who ts troubles that everybody is aware of but who Mys nothing about tlea x L1iiet r AN Indiana mqn was bitten by a mule The next thing will probably be the story of his being kicked bv a hen x j A good many men who do not seem to havo any nevertheless manage to live rathcrco ortably by their wits You may not have quite as much fun as at the beach but the family bathtub is equally effective THERE is this thing in favor of the automobile You dont have to feel sorry for it on a hofday SOME people work and others talk about how hard they work Ships Good Ones John n Gibson shipped to Lebanon Monday the great gelding John R Glbsonwhere lie will offer the 225 pace on August 12 He also shipped to same place the pacers Tewee and Henry Horine each two years old All are fine animals aud good reports may be looked for stomachtroubleas it stimulates the stomach and liver and regulates the bowels and will cure habitual constipation Foleys Orino Laxative cures sick headache and billlousness and on account of its mild action and pleasant taste is es- peCIally recommended for women and children Sold by Stockton Son alm Notice to Tax Payers Your city tax bills for thn year 1909 are now due and in my hands for collection On alt those that are not paid on before November 1st 1909 the penalty prescribed by ordinance will be attached and interest at rate of 6 percent will be charged on all tax bills after Nov 1st 1909 Office City Hall corner 1st and Irvine St Respectfully T c ONEL 3t City Collector A Card EilitorClitnax In view of the call that appeared In the recent issue ol your paper requesting me to become a cfn didato for the nomination for Repre seqtativpl feel that some response is due from me Before this call appeared Iliad said lo some friende who had approached me on the question that I theIparty were disposed to give it to me but after giving the matter further consideration I have concluded that without great disat rangement and Toss to my business I cannot make an active canvas lor the position and I must therefore decline to become a candidate I have been honored with this position twice before and feel that I stfould not now be in the way of any deserving Democrat of the County who desires the place I want to express to the Democats of all sections of the County my heart felt thanks for their voluntary expres slons of cordial support for the posi tion and assure them that their mani festations of friendobip cannot be for gotten by me Very Respt 0 LSearcY In Memoriam Mrs Lillian Powell Wilson was born June 9 1874 As n child she was duti ful obedient loving winning the affection of those with whom she came in contact and as she crew into womanhood these characteristics became none the lets noticeable Very early in life she enlisted in the service of Chriet and proved stall times a val iant soldier BElt beautiful Christian character Will ever stand HS a monument to her memory She was married to Den P- Wileei2ept22 1892 To this union wire born lYe children two daughters of whom survive Her home was marked by cheerfulness simplicity and getleB s The hwtyeer other life ww Qae of severest afijiction yet site submissIvely1iSe J2a 91dt it the setting of the jiuii 1 Her f 4b csnd oth rMr and Mrs P IfcPOweti lit Kiebaond her daugbMtiIMN XMJrwMiWIhtrJpsr Xi1 5wm p t 5 5Si J J JIBASE BALL Notes and Gossip HewTfcey Stand ClnJI Won Lost Pet AVlncliestcr 2 50 n GS Richmond no 3t 617 Irnnkfort 41 37 520 Paris JO 3 520 Lcxipctoii 30 4l m Sticlbyville 27 54 rn- I Frankfort 7 Richmond The above score tells the tale of the game plryed here last Wednesday between Richmond and Fraukfort It was not a victory for Frankfort for it was simply a uinbvour boys who made Dut little effort to keep the Law makers from Retting the long end of the score In fact they played the most ameteurish ball seen on the local lot tills year They made errors galore ran based with poor judgment and failed to hit at the right time Numerous times during the early part of the game they had oppotunltljs to score but were cut short by some kind of a fluke Not only did the local players try to give tho game away but Umpire Wilson got in his work at a critical moment arid the game was lost to Richmond Our boys did show a flash of their natural speed when in the seventh inning with the score five to one against them they got busy with their atsnnd secured enough hitscoupled with two bases ou balls to score four rubs and tie the snore It looked as tho they would be able to continue their 1itting and win the anie but they were unable to locate Cornells benders any more and lost the game when tIm Lawmakers made two runs in the ninth on an error a couple of hits and a bum decision by Wilson Oomstock did the pitching for Richmond and he did his part well and with anykind of support iwould have won his game Toe scorel 2 3 4 Ii 0 7 t9R- Frankfort013000107 Richmoud0O 000140 05 Win From Shelbyville Richmond broke its losing streak Thursday when they defeated the Shtlbyville team by the tcore of 3 to 2 This was one of the best ganies of the sfcason both sides plavmgbeauti ful ball and fighting ball and fighting fur everything in sight- Vallandingliam was on the mound for tho visitors and attho the Pioneers rot eleven hits off his delivery they were well pattered they did not cpunt tor runs except in the sixth and ninth innings Cieagor pitched for the home team end in only one innlngdid the Mlllers get more than one hit In the fourth a base on ball and a couple of hits counted for two runs njd it looked as tho this would win for Val landingbam was pitching good ball and things wore breaking badly for our boys In the sixth however a hit by Welch an out by Creamer a pit by Tilfard and a two bagger by Coistock tied the score Each side tried des pejately for another run but neither side could do anything until the ninth round In Richmond half of this round lifter Comstock and Malonoy hid made outs Baird smashed a two bagger to right field Then came the exciting moment With two out and a man on second the ever reliable Whit taker came to bat and lie landed on the second ball pifched sending IL sailing over the right field fence sending Baird home with tKe score that won the game The other features of the game were the fielding of Whittaker tho fielding batting ol Welch Baird Tilfurd and Doherty and Glenn Thescore12 3 4 5 C 7 8 9R Itichiwond0 0 0 0 0 2 00 13Shelbyville 0 U U 2 0 UtO02 Forfeit Second Game With the score standing 2 to 0 jn favor of Richmond in the fourth Jn fling of Fridays game Kuhn Shelby villesfiist baseman became so aim sive in his language to the umpire he was ordered off the grounds In trying to place his men afterward Manager Glenn had considerable trouble and took up so much time that Duubar called play ball and Glenn became angry and began to abuse Duubar and he too was ordered out of the game This left the Millers only eight won and they refused to go on with the game arid it was forfeited to R chmond flntlIw It is certainly to be regretted that the trouble happened but it was wholly thefaiilt brTnlm aria we think Dunbar did exactly right when he ordortd him out of the game If the umpires nil over the league woud put more men out and fine a few mare icr mUcouUuct ou ihetkla they would soon break up rowdy ball The pa trolls of the game pay their money to see the men play bali and they have aright to expect tbat alid nothing else so the sooner the managers come eiJectsomefrom disputing the dicisions of the umpire the better it will be for all concerned As the conduct of the fans throughout the circuit there is abro lutely no excuse for any demonstration on their part We are glad to say that notwithstanding the fact there havo been times when it looked as tbouglr the umpire favored the other teams the fans here navo not shown any disposition to take matters into their hands for settlement Every body should remember that the jiin pires reDuly human beings and that they are liable to make mistakes Again they should remember that the umpire has every thing to lose and nothing to gain by making a had de cision That is his business and if jie has any ambition rise higher in his profession ho can expectto do it only by making a success where he is As lor us we believe the umpires are doing the very best they can and if left alone by both the public and the players would do better Lets give them a chance L6se To Hustlers The Pioneers were at Wjtacbe ttT Saturday for a game and went down In defeat by the score ol4 to 3 The Pioneers took an easy lead sad it lookedas tbou fathey Jiad the xnmeI tucked away but In the eighth l the IIutleiEJHmped on Comsock Iou enough nils to score 4wo runs Wiifo WM sent la tp finish out the game but- ll6WIh Mot task and four hit ul eqRllome Wfiucbecfera favor hap aft tlM third r daHl teiil ttH tdriaLn r c DONT WAIT IF YOU ONLY KNEW HOW SCOTIStMllSION would build you up increase your weight strength your weak throat and lungs and put eMil condition for next winter yea would begin taking it BOW T ko It In a little cold Bilk or w Ur SOc and IOa All Dnigt ir1T=The scorerI 2346673 9R Winchester 0 0J 0 0 0 0 2 24 RlchmondO0300000 OJ StiltWe Lose Richmond lost again Sunday at Paris by the score of 4 to 0 Creager and Poole wjere the opposing pitchers and Poole bad the better half of the argument Tiltord and Baird were the only Pioneers who could touch Pooles delivery each getting two hits Paris got nine ofInf Creager In Second Place For the first time this season Rich mond is out of first place the final blow which pu t them out was struck Monday when Winchester defeated them in a five inning game by the score of 3 to 1 The game wrs cut short by a heavy rain which began lo fall while Richmond was at bat in tho sixth round The only feature of the game was a wonderful catch by Whit taker He made a leap fully three feet in the air Iud pulled down what would bave beeneasily a threebagger and by a beautiful throw to first com pleten a double play Cnnstock and Tonny were the opposing pitchers Commy was not at his best and his support was far from what it should have been Topes was pitching very good ball butit is doubtful whether ho could have held up had the game gone the full nine innings Therore1 234 5H Winchester 00 0 s 03 Bichmnnd000l01Three In the county court Monday the following wills were probated Mrs Sallie A Miller names J E Greenleaf as executor and leaves her property to certain relatives naming the prop arty each is to have Henley W hay- den leaves his property lo his three sons and a grandson divided equally named his eons Jno M and M L a executors Leatiah C Simmons leaves property to his two sisters aud Joe P Simmons the latter n3 exi cuter Ii AUelightful Ride On the evening of July 21 the Rich mond Epwoith League and several of its friends were highly entertained with a delightful hay ride by Messrs Walter and L S Park Its president end treasurer As the sixth hour wne being tolled by tile clock the party rolled away rom tire Methodist church on two large now hay wagorp each drawn by four spiilitly longart d steeds and from the rear of each wagon floated aloft the partys colors They were quickly speeded out the beautiful Lexington way to the handsome residence of the entertainer where on the smooth green lawn delicious re freshments wore served after which tha party resumed its ride out npoji the balmy air its farewell adieu with kyIparty formed a semicircle including six of the prettiest scenery pikes of Madison AB ten was being struck they were lieaid returning mid gleeful shouts with all agreeing Las the evening of their life the happy band disbandedwith a sweet good night and adieu to each and every one Very Best Granulated Sugar 17 pounds for 100 Jas B IVrkFirst St tf Seashore Excursion Annual Seashore Excursion to At lantic City Gape May and other At lantic Coast points via The B 0 S W leaves Thursday August 12th Round trip tare from Richmond 1670 Return limit 15 days Stop over privi leges on return trip at New York Phil adelphia Washington and other points Sleepers Dining Oars C aches from Cincinnati For descriptive illustrated folder tickcls Sleeping car reservations etc Call on LocalTicket AgentLNR It or addres sTSeelv TP A B6 SW I It R 513 CincIunathqSt The Right Direction To take to securing a perfect person al appearance is to direct your bundle of soiled linen to this establishment the articles will be returned toydii iu condition that is as good as that of the finest metropolitan establishment and tlip cost will be the lowest couT mcnsurate with the work Yonr linen is 50 per cent of your appearance Bear that in mind and have us do the work Hugh Tevis Normal City Laundry Public Sale The Board of Education of Richmond will sell at public auction oh the premisesjCo- tiThuf sday Aug5r 09 r at2th- S Nice Lot on Hill Street This lot is about 100x200 feet and will divided and sold and then offered as a whkrfe the best price realized will be accepted Terms mad known oa day of sale For further partieulars call on or address 1JO lN UYRi 0 I Jj ILJLIi oGMsc PUBLIC SALE Of Lots tor City Taxes I will on Friday Aufpwt flth 1009 at 2 oclock ia ImntotCityHall door corner of 1st aad Irvine street In the City of Richmond Ky sell for cash for un paid city tax blilapeuaityintereata and costs for the year 1908 the following parties property for the amounts sped fied below if not paid before said date T C OSEIL WhitoList CityTax Collector Ballard Nannie Guu1242 HushJoeII 88 Chenault 0 D N R 7 02 Puncan Wells J 3 14 Deatberaje Noland100708 62 Hurst Mittle 11 81 Martin Dr WU L 1574 Myers Robt H r 9 75 Reed Ike 8Pl Trowers Thos B1 J V 9 SO f Colored List Black Sallie 18 60 Breck Bell i j L 11 85 Burgin Martha Hre 5 91 Burnam Jno Cj N R Flo Craig Heuryu 33 Clay Lizzie 14 60 CiuenaultAhico15Collins Orutcher Lizzleu 5 98 Covington Sarah Hrs 5 15 Daniels Lucy 6 98 Hays Bettie 3 47 Haley R B uuu 11 24 Harris Dew 7 24 Harris Hattieu B 15 Jarraan Robt sru J 8 93 Jacksoii Bertha 3 47 Martin llenu 6 40 MartinHumphrey N R 2 64 Miller Thos agt Elder Campbell 3 13 Miller Ohaneyu 2 2 64 Muncy Sallie 3 77 Phelpa WmUhr 40 PhelpsSophiauu 6 40 Phelps Mary N Ruu 8 47 Phelps Frank N B 2 64 Pope Green Hrs 414 Shearer Mary u u 6 83 Shephard Rena Tun 5 15 Smith Ellnuu 4 31 Stone Willlsuu 6 39 Terrill Ed loo08u 22 6- 5TevisTom808Tribue Mary NRu r 8 60 Turner lfattleuu 5 15 Winkfield llillIeuuu 6 83 Wells Fannie 3 47 White Norci uG 83 While sarahu 4 31 Yates Nannie 5 15 Notice Of Dissolution Notice is hereby gIven that the Paint Lick Creamery Co incorporated has by mutual consent Seen dissolved All parties indebted to said company will comexforward at once and settle same and all bavins claims against the same will file them Immed- Iately JJoaid of Directors by jUlt W S Walker Free yi nir JtI day trip all rail 6 30 G itlJCaU and Oeeau I r E NO R MO U ++t+++ + t+ t+44+ Sacrifice Pricesj On all Goods in our Store t We are offering our entire stock of Hens and Boys Summer Clothing at less than manUfacturers prices We are overstocked on all Summer Wearables and we have knocked the bottom o t of Note the CRASHING LOW PRICES on goods you need every dayyou cant to miss it x s High Grade Mens Sui- ts1OOOgradesnow6 90 1200 grades now 90 15JO grades now 9 90 18Q grades now11 1- 020gradesnow13 90 grades now 90 2506 grades now u 16 90 Ments or For every day wear we offer cheaper than overalls We liave 200 pairs of this kind 125 gr pes now 78c 150gra4esnowAll Summer Shirts 98c S 50 grades now S 38 75 grades now 55 100 grades now 78 150 grades now 1 20 200 grades nowu L50 SummerUndefwear 2 25 grades now Ht 35 grades now 22 50 grades now 38 100 grades now 78 SummerCoats Serge exactly price in Suits iMunsing Hats quite lotof Article our Boyst Department go Enoimous Sacrificing Prices Boys Knee Suits straight trousers little of but make splendid school suits are 250 to S6 grades We offer themte close at sacrificing price 198 We have pairs Knee Pants straiht bottom Splendid school pants values values 100 at YOU HAVE WAITED FOIl CUT PRICES THIS IS YOUR AbpveEnormous Sacrificing Prices will 30 days be Everything Spot Cash jit the above pri- cesSTANIFER SOPER H 218 West MainTelephone675 Freeman 8t Grider Real Estate1 Fire Life Accident and Liability Insurance Agents I IfOU wantto sell your prop ertyjist itwitti them Y Iou want to iiurejtseethenf f t Office over Perry Thomas Drug Store PFhLS Model School OPENS Ttksday SeptemberJ 7 I With tStr ngFctiltYfi 1 ajipepartrnents t c li I f rln High University trained teacliers L experiencedintraining J oung people lege entrance well equipped library sive laboratories fol Science work new buildi Wi t ings well ventillated heated and lighted 4 letio fi6l3 and gy mnasium under of Chicago University man f Shorthand Typewriting and r Uy practical commercial teacher TfPrimary and grades are under competent and experienced teachers The closest attention and thorough supervision given to childoen in bIare F rterms andpther information call on orjad dress iJThe Model SchoolRICHMOND KENTUCKY SUMMER RATES tj r jtATLANTIC CITY T f THURSDAY AUGUST Jv S16OO JI ROUND T RfIffJIa NEW YORK 1very round t28 Petarning- R1ye3Lakuud 32 J Stt Summer prices afford Boys Trousers at values placed tA Ocean re tnrawn rivs lake sound Mid nil tlirosghNew C37t3lk wlu9pIiIvP OW Point Comfort ttdyAi121 Very eheap mLsate Atltvc and nil Mh4Htt TtiMrtq 4aIJTSl1m Mti to all principal poiss VIfafeRlf MMa Mi eH on Addrea GEO W PA 1 r lx lT Jt1 Biue and Lusters afi jonej t hall 1f r t Peg Top or With cuff or plain better grades r 250 Trousers 80 r 300 Trousers 2 20f 400 Trousers now i r 2 oo 500 Trousers 3 80 t r Menfs Union The Kind r100 grades now JL8 150 grades now 7 J 1 200 grades now eo 140 Straw Westill have a Fan y Straw t I Hats men and boys 300 values jiow nL19 Every in at We have 100 Pant with a out date will They the choice also 200 Boys 50c for 38c 75c 55c 78c IF OPPORTUNITY The be on ginning now nothing School for cql a ten ath care Boolflceeping a intermediate most via BOSTON jGoincLilud CJC dAjahiniLlfPsLv City S Tsrit a sa- hiy For BARNEYED nj Regular now1now now for charged 1909 smooh The Burton Water System Water Works For Country Homes- By our Pneumatic Water System water Is forced any where in house stable or yard for all domestic purposes and for fire protection Cool water ia summer and ice water need not be supplied to stock in winter Tank underground no freezing or bursting of pipes Entirely automatic ia actin Air pressure generated by hand pump windmill or enlne Sold on 30 DAYS TRIAL Awarded two medals and two diplomas at SL Louis Wpilds Fair Hundreds of our individual water works plants are uTnse We have letters from these satisfied users end have publishedabout fifty of them in book form It makes a book of strong personal opinions a copy free Costs J7SCO and up according to your requirements Write for full par ticulars QURTONAc COltIPA- NYIJ Kansas City A Mo J Ih mien best and cheapest plant for ftoiinir water under pressure always reliable sure andfuife Can be nut in bv yourself and operated by hand motor srosolinc engine tvinil ill and ta the latest nnd best aersupply systen This system is ideal for farms country hcnie itilnirban places and coo be adapted toany place condition or pusitiun vetbestmodern and have all the SplendidforGet a Burton System on your place and have baths and all the comforts of a city home The cost id slightthe benefits great This cut shows a cistern rind hand Ulllp Sold By- RichmondMotor 6- Plumbing Company Incorporated CaThls cut shows a well with bond p iPiJ 1 Odd Fellows Excursion From ICHMOND to i Natural Bridgei Thursday August 5th 1 Take a day offjcg ItftetO a1 spenda pleasant day2i jIouting at Natural rW T natures formation isTowa of the wonders of the worldsod those who have never VISIt opportuptyi- hi grounds have been extensively improtedwfcJchjBakes it o 1of the most pleasant resorts in Kentucky Large oeiig paY itriding and many other racttoaakT- heenpyablf kichmondMi11it 1 Band k will furniph tbe music Everybody kiyified YarpforQie Round Trip L5OY- Ti rti9a1ii thigHtlUffllif Ifaltt tl TM VivMI W 1 1 Worn Women T y Women won and tired from overwork need a ncsswillnotWine of audWeakDessestried Carduj and Write women enthusiastically of the great ritncntuse 1ACRUIThe Womans TonicMrs Rena nare of iCrcel1fLL c Qardi4 ana aternard lchadpamsuffered for years until husband insistedmy on my tryingCardui The firs bottle gave me relief and now I am almost wellTry Cardui Twill help you AT AL DRUG STORES rsTHIS IS THE SEASON FOR J Ie t rresA 11vegetables Wehave every kind fresh and new t- A at right prices Aw A We receive fresh shipments every day t Our stock ot SLapleand Fancy Groceries L If annbeequaled w SEWEEe6i Mc INNl2yJ it GROCERS 5 r Telephone 223 Its Building Time t If you intend to erect a house store t house barn or other buildings I will be glad to make drawings and submit prices on your work I Repair work neatly and promptly done First beforefline f f f of r JEFF STONERICHMOND KY fEXAS LANDS FOR SALE The eyes of the world are on Texas Wheat 20 to 4 Bushels corn 30 to 50 bnshels oats 60 to 90 bushels alfalfa that rvnderful enricher of the soil 4 to 5 tons all the other FOpS grown in Central Kentucky except hemp and tobacco- sl sells around the 20 notch We peed more people Ipmore homebuilders Remember the opportunities you ost in Kansas Nebraska and Oklahoma Write for full Rilrtifiulars to f E G PARRISHPLAINVIEW TEXAS If I have for sale 19500 shares of stock in oneof the richest jcoppei mines 17 claims iu Arizona at a price that should oUtrestanyone fully paid and nonassessable I Jew Quarters z r y We are established in our new quarters in the old City Hall building and are better prepared ithan ever to care for your skins Bring us your Hides Furs and Iron Fresh Groceries and Vegetables in season L C Jhurman Grocefyv- r Company ===== Rural TelephonesMr Farmer Make your home as modem for your family asn pity resi dence and place yourself in a position et the latest market quotations at any time This can be accomplished by means ol our telephone service iwhlch you and your neighbor cnnget for a sum that is small compared with the heno fits received Call or address our nearest office or write direct to headquarters Nashville Tennessee for information regarding our special Farmers Line tel1interestLouisiana and the Southern portion of Indiana and Illinois Richmond Telephone Cot Incorporated tat o MrischeitRFormerly with J B Stouffer Merchant Tailor Appartments over J E Sexton Phone S AIl Kinds oi Pressing Gleaning Repairing Satisfaction Guaranteed Your Patronage Solicited Floral Designs Cut Flowers i Plants r Furnished on short notice Special atteJtioo ci desiunsfol Funerals and Weddings f at Richmond Greenhouses TELEprrONElQQ WEo I lL t atdf l fpHL rttj THESE DAYS Qt spring mean additional wear and washing for your Jl ennomattcr whether you lead a strenuous ora simple life Suppose therefore you send your work to usWe will not only Jougthcn the life ot the articles through scientific laundering but always return them immaculate Normal City Steam Laundry v Telephone n i For Rent SowlngMachine apply this office U Tax Reform Kentucky There is aReueral misunderstanding among the people as to tIe proposed tax reform in Kentucky which is being strongly urged by many of our leading citizens says the Elizabeth town News Instead of being or the purpose of protecting capital as is erroneously supposed by many it is really for the purpose of making capital invested in stocks bonds and other forms of per sonality pay tejust proportion of the expenses of the State Under the present constitution the very principle of cijual taxation is destroyed by our ax laws and trio farm landsand other real estate pny t a out threefourths of the taxeaot the State county and mnn icipnlity while the personal property by hiding out pays less than one fourth when it should pay at least one half Kentucky is not only driving capital out of the State by its misers ble and antiquated tax laws but it is putting most of the burden of taxation upon the farmers who Ijave anything in sight Kentucky can never develop up to its possibilities until we amend the Constitution so that we can have a more equitable system of taxation The Tax reform Commission is labor ing to ttiisiud and seeks to have a law modeled alter that in inmost ot the States Its plan is that farmers shall pay only taxes on their farms for county purposes and that tlier real estate shall be exempt from all State taxaion bat the state shall derive its entire revenue from personal property and- cprportionsnnd that the real estate of cities only pay tnuncipal taxes A tax reform which will reduce the burdens from real estate and brine out of hiding tlin hundreds of millions of personality without making the rae too heavy is tax reform tiiat should have the support of the people Jame Huriley Will buy or sell your bouse farm town lots or anything else inthe Real Estate line Any business intrusted to him will be promptly and carefully attended to See him if his services are need ed The Neighbors Say My Breads the Best that because my Gas Range bakes evenly arid my oven heats in seyen minutes I find Gas cheaper than wooJ coal or gasoline Richmond Water Light Co ioi6ioiiL The Monument dealers j have added to their business a t p NEUMAT I cI TOOL PLANT which will enable them to doI better work than ever before Phey have a large assortment if Granite and Marble and invite their friends to call ind inspects their stock and rk Satisfaction guaranv Qed I J V it o1dellF1ora I T With Zarings Patent Flour a good baker becomes even boiler ADII even an inexperienced on6cang t t eatisfactory result If the girl donsnt Stisrn put good biscuits bread or cake JoBtljIanie hert once It Slay he the flour Ofder a sack of ZMiaga FiAt today oudHote the reul4a lie t i lIkU fctl fiUli I I arftL L = E MaGall Patterns JO and J5c H 3 hooks and U 1 1 hair 20 1 line y 3 I 1 1 iaon wax 1 spool ClarksI 1 the 8 y IJ J1 rJrRight Are The Journal voices onr sentiments in the following Oh fora circus with a ring in dress and with a long whip and v loud crackei lor a clown with a bad wig and a sugar loaf soft felt hat that he can tow up In the airard catch pn his item oh for a lady bareback icier on a bare back horse we mean and theclowa to hold the and and hoop for her in a abbreviated evanescent and diaphanous petticoats as she goes a newspaper like an exchange ediioi the daring oinestrieutie life odal queen of tlio arenn and tile right mi king the reckless rider who turns somersault and doubles on the thoroughbred tact its leaps That is what we call a circus A sa for the historic clown we now have a dozen men in engaged in pantomimicry but me clown a tenacre B3ld of them to flight for the eques trienne we have female and forilie and Eobinsons jf yore we have yaudevillians cheap and areal circus any more give us the next best substi ute a zeal live wild west show Stops earache In two toothache or pain of burn or scald In five one hour muscleache two hours sore throat twelve hoursDr Eclectrio Oil over pain- T7 ctyf St1 J L T i i- b C Jt tr J fA 11 T it 4imS1Iit L L L 1 7I 7 LT I MSSm = = = E = = = EldersPall SUITS for Men luau immense variety of striped patterns In olive tneand green shades very handsome and stylish designs the kind you want will stylish and dressy Excellent quality reliable fashionable tailored and perfect fitting School Suits for School Boys Knickerbocker Fancy cassimere double reaste4 style new striped patterns wearresisting all sizes 7 to 16 350 Boys Knickerbocker of fine allwool velour cassimeres cut- ill the very fashions elegantly tailored sizes8tol6 400 Boys Cassimere Knee fancy patterns sizes 3 to 16 48c Boys Knicker Made of all wool velour cassimeres sizes 3 to 16 i 980 Choice of all our Mens Fin est braid Straw Hats H 1952 Straw floe AIliTandI25ones 75c iCentEadif card eyesj paper pins Ibaliytape fT package pins marblesS 55T complete fishing J GentSiEach dozen assortedcolored papeiv napkins busyTbee darning cotton spool basting thread Shoes You Brother Nicholasvllle master evening speaking singing joking witty yellowuhbrown i streamers banners hundred through bareback horsdin thrilling niotely oldtimo acrobats tines towdry minutes minutes hoarseness Thomas monarch t i v lnti1 6E I gray mode just Boys Suits extra Suits Made latest Pants Neat Pants AIlS Hats Cash Life is a Funny Proposition Man comes into this world without his consent and leaves it against his will his stay on earth his time is spent in one contlnous round of contraries and misunderstandings by the balance of our species In his infancy he is an angel in his he is a devil In his manhood he is everything from a lizard up if he raises a family he is a chump U he raise a small check ho is a thief if he is a poor man he is a poor and has no sense if ho Is1icIllie is dishonest but smart if he is in politics he il a grafter and a crook if he is out of politics you cant place him as he is an undesir able citizen if be goes to church he isa hypocrite if he stays away from church he is a sinner and damned If ihe donates to foreign missions ho- does for show if he does not he is stingy and a tightwad when he first comes into the world everybody wants to kiss him before ho goes ont they want to kick him If he dies young there was a great uturobe fore him if he lives to a ripe oldage he Is simply in the way and living to save funeral expenses Ex If you havent the time to exercise regularly Doana Kegulets will pre vents constipation They induce a mild easy action of the bowels without griping Ask your druggist for them 25c 55S 4 Corsets Mens Collars Excellent quality ambric all the popular shapesi nicely laundered sizes 14 to 19 4c Mens Suspenders weight extra elastic fine webs made with strong leather ends i 25c Neckwear Extra long narrow Ties all new designs and colorings25cM-ens Half HoseFull seamless good good quality yarn color black 10c Mens ShirtsVery stylish summer patterns Mens Wash Ties New patterns in fancy washable fourinhands newest shapes 15c weightbalbriggansizes per garment25cMens Garters Extra elastic all colors good grade tOe Ladies Pumps and Oxfords Flue Summer Wear J 25 2 2 50 3 Gutnpveralls for tobaccoworkers 95- c45RompersBoysand cliildrens Rompers of the best of f J50 Umbrellas for 98c W omens rainproof American taffeta mission hanl die paragon frame umbrellas very strong and dur Respectfully Submitred to Trade E ElderRaddllff for Ladies Enquirer Hats 3 American Beauty Corsets = I fJ substitute couldput lfwetatbve During boyhood manager considered all healthtul Light quality Denem The Tariff Situation The Elizabethtown News gives the tarnll situation in nntsueJI It says Twentynine million persons in the Uuited States are engaged in pioduc tive induStriesSOf tbose Ten million till the soil Seven million are pi manufacturing and mechanical pursuits Fivn million are in trade audi trans portation activities Seven million are engaged in do personal or professional services Out of the above total One hundred and fifty thousand are manufacturers For their principally exclusively the tariff is being raised theIthe maximum of 25 per cent equals 71 per cent of the Aldrich bill This works out heavier tax on the 29000000 tolling lowpaid wagework ing producers for the benefit of 150 000 stockhording highlycompeneated prosperous manufacturers- Is that fair Or a good thing Notice i I have and repaired and furnished with now furniture the upstairs part of the Dillinghara Building recently bough by tile Elks and am prepared to nccomodato transient and regular boarders give me a call N A Durham Sni W 0 OJdham aird Co i I 1ficH- r5 i eID T Goods Notion ShoesClothing + t r r Jir I rr i Furnishings Iol 1If4 2 SSS 5J Sh5f ij- c k fr 5S d G t e r V5 TtisY B e CashS r kIli- t r 0 ii tcSS R G 100 look well lisle u Silk silk reversible maco fast u I web it r able a mestic grand benefit almost a rented Please 4 a r s r Telephone Etiquette Lexington Leader Some one writes the following rules ot telephone eti quette in which I agree except for the ban on the use of hello In my te1ephonesreeting sounds ont of place Frequently well or good morning somehow sounds exceedingly irritating to the busy person when given as introductory words over the telephone but hello one does not ever mind itin the least Thin etiquette of the telephone re quires that the one who calls np a friend muotbe the one to put an end to the conversation It is not considered good form to say hollo over the telephone but one must address the person at the other end of the line as he would if thoy met with good morning It i considered very bad form for a woman to call young man up at his placeof business just to have a social chat It is very vulgar to use the word phone in referring to the instrument or the act If you are going to have your bOIlli refreshened with new wall paper see B Juett Son tf 3000 Chickens Dr O P Phares Druggist Liberty Ind says Mr AA Graham tried Bourbon Poultry Cure on twelve hens he was sure would die and it saved them all He raises three thousand chickens during the season and wants a gallon Sold by Perry Thomas A Prohibition Storyit v A prohibition candidate in Kansas had so much campaign literature loll over that ho stored it in his barn not thinking about the cows The cowsIate the prohibition literature and cow on the place went dry Surprised Him saysMyverybadlysurpriseitby Perry Thomas Scheme For Protection The blind tiger keepers of a southern Kentucky county have evolved a unique scheme for protection Before they will sell whiskey to a cuslemer they require hiui to show a concealed weapon BO that they can prosecute him for that offense if he tells on then Notice Having purchased the Coal and Feed business of M- rJ Ballard on Aspen ave weuse this method to in Mte Qur friends and the public for a share of their patronage We handle the celebrated Rich Mountain JeIIicOCOaJS which we guarantee to give perfect satisfactioir Give us a trial order and get acquainted with our Coal and method pf tioijag v w businessS 1 T I 755Sky i Not In The Trust t ADMIRAL 1THE L IIIIi The great advance m methods has kept pace with the improve mtnt of farm machines The most successful farmers have always been ready to consider new ideas and better machines Farmers never have been more than today That is why the bas so quickly itself in Ihcux favor They the great value of its features chief among which are Powerful keen cutting appa ratus easy footlift increased tractive power without increase in weight not the floating frame 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 the latest The Admiral Its a pleasure for us to show the Admiral to a farmer So dont hesitate to ask us at any time the sooner the better 4 I 1 of These poor suffering women have been led to believe that their misery of mind and body is entirely due to Ills of their sex Usually the kidneys and bladder are re or largely so And In such cases the kidneys and blad der are tjie organs that need and must have attention Those torturing sick dragging pains in back groin and limbs bloating and swell Ing of the extreme nervousness or hysteria listless ness and constant tired wornout almost certain symptoms of disordered and diseased kidneys bladder and liver DeWitts Kidney and EladCer Pills have In thousands of cases female organism the most prompt relief and benefit As an of what these Pills Will do Mrs P M Bray of Ga writes that she was very Ill with kidney trouble and that she Is now welland that these Pills are what cured her They are very pleasant to take end can in no case produce any effects upon the system tlS syrupy alcoholic liquid prep Going to THE SUCCESSfUl FARMEB KEEPS UP 1OnIfarming progressive Admiralmower established recognize corresponding forgetting genuine underdraft investigate progressive Douglas Simmons Agents 11- a Women Suffer Agonies KidneysAndReal Cause their Condition sponsible enervating headaches extremities feelingare remarltablybeneficial affording permanent Illustration Columbus deleterious arations are apt to do E C DeWItt r Co Qhlcagi nt want every man and woman who have tho least suspicion that theft are afflicted with kidney and bladt der diseases to at once write them and a trial box of theso Pills will postjpaidFor Sale by PERRY THOMAS Use Any Lumber Sash Doors LathsPaint Rubber or Felt ji Roofing ISIPLANS FURNISHED REASONABLE Better come direct to Todd Lackey Corner Main and Orchard Streets AND GET A SQUARE DEAL Telephone 100 Richmond Ky SSSS pap s p pp p Field Garden I DIIJ We have just received largeshipment of r iT Field andGarden Seed and incite tb who are contemplating sowing grass totcall and examine our line and getpr cesIII before making a purchase Our line o I Staple and Fancy Es1II b AI andSL I The Houston Buggy Break Cart and Speed Sulkies Take pleasure in roferinit you to the following uptodate business men of the life comfort and durabilty of Houghton Line P H Bald of Ebnisville Ky who iSone of the largest dealers oh1gli lass tlioHoughtonGoodman Bros Co of Shelbyville Ky say that the Honchton Buggy ia superior to the Columbus Moyer or Kaufman We do not believe that the Houghton can be surpassed J H McKee Liveryman Shelbyville Ky writes I have in my livery theHoug1ttoQuality and not pounds makes vehicles durable comfortable and stylish yourfii4etArir HWo Richmond0e4 P Simmons Bicbrnond 1 2TTMU Xrwgeld Joe AJason Whites Station EichmondSJCiU3rMWMteH RichmondTbMJIttlCMlWdHowMyoMsol a Hosghto will jell you they ara by far the best 1iMJ9wNlitpAI tfbthacMyllMtlMC uses only the finest matenaland corn oiuektkis teBbaUathehtBrabiC tkthe world I hiri b HUflgfetoa iMlr k jwir imytctioM PIcenrorderearlr 41U K COLY1- 4S5IS I J B StoufferClothing and Tailoring in Harvest Season is here and when in need ofa machine dont forget that r we handle the t it t Deering Binders and Mowers the machine noted for its draft and durability xt Goodloe Curtis o lJi PLUMBINGDoctor 1 I I A Gus and Gasoline Engines I I Agents for Johnson Best System of Water Works I V for country and suburban homes t 1210 Eo Main StreetPhone619 RICHMOND KE TUCKYi+ Hows THIS I Best Beattyville COAL4OO a Tonr 2000 Pounds Figure on above rate and see how much that is per bushel We have cheaper grades if wanted Barber Coal CompanyTELEPHONE 315 Third Street opposite L k A Depot RICHMOND KY c Blue Grass Fairf INCORPORATEDAugust Lexington 914 ii s BIG DAYS AND NIGHTS The Biggest and Best in the South 25000IN Thei Best Horse Show tin America SpletHiidD Ilay ofEvery CIMsefLive Stocki 1000Saddle Horse Stake Excellent AutCHDbile RaciB Mosdfay Aug 9 High Class TreHi aaJ K MW Races Daily UMccUtdPtecr of Amusemeat and Carnival AttrnctiwK 10Bi Free Acts Dailyl0 he C takst M er lrtttMr I enurtiw ftitoM lOUBPTSHOUSE Swy7 Lexingtonf Ky T Sterling ClothesE ARE THE BEST JJ CLOTHES FjWIi1 13enchTailpred r Ready to Wear Guaranteed not to Shrink or Fade bO years experience the factory guarantee m suits all sizes from smallest boy to largest mane Newest stock in city to select from fia t II 3 Fine Line New Style Hatsand Furnishing Goods Suit Cases Trunks Umbrellas etc at lowest prices for high class goods Oldest Established House Richmond light s III The Richmond Climax HEAT WEDXRDiT THE CLIMAX PRINTING C Incorporated A D MILLER Ptest and Mangr LOUIS LAND AM Editor Mtmkr cl PRESS red PBICE 10uV PER YEAR IN ADVANCE rWEDNESDAY AUG 4 100 ANNOUNCEMENT theIILGTOX yspepsl8I9 0 onlywealthy dyspepsia streettheAmokthewomen DYspepsia Is Indicated by n antroubledmdlusterless fothisuslnsuccessfully Clarkofstomach that he had had for forty years ofDraftersurrerlngThese are only a few of the many But thisgranddrug store In a 50cent or SI bottle llfelongexpenswhat bgladmaketest a keepItIndigestIon burn torpid liver etc which may come ItIsdoes not gripe It Is the great laxative tonic If there Is anything your ailment that you do understand or If you any medical advice write to the doctor and he will answer you tully There Is no charge for this service The address Is Dr W J3 bldgMontlceilo STOCKTON HAGAN If you are going to sell out and want your goods to bring all they are worth geti J We Shearer White Hall Ky to conduct your sale His charges are reasonable Money to Loan on Good Farm Lands The Northwestern Mutual LifeIn surance jOj will loan money at 11 per cent interest on good improved farm lands on Mortgage Apply to J C Chonanllj Atty 09f Richmoud Ky MiliD lnsmuhI i IIC oOI 11 Next Session Opens 14lFor Catalog Writer J B CassidayR- ichowod Kentucky Jr f You May NeeditAsk about the wisdom of your keeping Ayers Cherry Pectoral in the house ready for colds coughs croup bronchitis If he says its all right then get a bottle of it at once Why not show a little foresight in such matters Early treatment early cure Svs publish our formula w banish alcohol IAlJ v from our medicine eP7outoI Many a boy is called dull and stupid lazylivertor will tell you that an occasional dose greatdealHade by the J Ayer Co Lowell Max PECULIAR INTEREST Attaches to the Catalog of the Big Blue Grass Fair to Be- Held In August COVER IS A THING OF ART The GreatAnimal Artist George Ford Morris Has Contributed His Genlu- to Give a Fit Setting For Sumptuous WorkOver 25000 to Be Given AwayTh of tfie big Blue Grass Fair which is to be held at Lexington the week of August 9th to 14th has been Issued It Is a book of peculia- interest to all Kentuckians and Is more extensive than the catalog of any pre vious fair ever held at Lexington Th cover Itself Is very attractive It Is design especially drawn by the great animal artist George Ford Morris and is arranged In panels The top panel shows the four classes of cattle which are of particular interest to Kentuck ians namely the Shorthorn the Here 0beef and the Aberdeen Angus of the breeds and the Jersey of the dairy breed The lower panel which is of corresponding size shows the four recognized classes of horses which the Blue Grass Fair Includes In Its premium list namely the thoroughbred the standard bred and the five gaited and threegaitcd saddle horse The side panels give excellent pictures of sheep and hogs Over 25000 to Be Given Away The premium list calls for a tots distribution of more than Twentyfive Thousand Dollars which Is equitably divided among the varied classes of 9live stock The most of this money Is naturally offered for horses because the DIne Grass Fair Is conceded to be the greatest horse sljow in the world Breeding classes are offered for the three recognized American breeds the thoroughbrd the standard bred and the American saddle horse In each instance registration is made arequirement of entry The show classes are thrown open to the world They Include the flvegalted saddle horse for which there are twelve rings th eightringstwelve rings the roadster with twelve rings and the heavy harness horse with three rings In addition there laneoueand the plantation saddl Shellandt lands of variant size to be shown under saddle and to harness StockgVery liberal provision Is made for both mules and jack stock Elove hundred dollars Is offered for Shorthorn cattle five hundred dollars for fiCLyfordollars for Jerseys There are also classes for fat stock with such provi sions that any farmer who has a steer of any merit can find an excellent place to enter him sheepJnclud monoisment has been added this year formesall of farm products grown In DajiartmenTMsllarn ss an running races practically every day o the Fair Among the former Is a thou sanddollar stake for twoyear old trotters which will be contested on Tues day August 10th the second day Dally Program The opening day Monday will be given over to automobile races which proved a most popular feature of last years fair This year many of the most noted drivers rom section of the country will Compete- On Tuesday morning jacks and jen nets and Hereford cattle will be shown andhossrl1oolltherehorsesWcdnesday tho bredhoSessheep and swine Wednesday after noon will be devoted to facing and to Includingthetrophy Ttousand Dollar Stake On Thursday morning will come the breeding glasses for American saddle horses the Shorthorn cattle and the fatstock And as a feature of Thursday afterCpqnsborse show will be the big Thousand Dollar Stake for five gaited saddle horses which should prove the bist saddle ring Bver seen In Kentuc flutes and AberdeenAngus cattle will hold the boards Friday mQrnin rwith another excellent horseshow and racing In the afternoon Saturday the closing day will wit ness the greatest display of thorough bred horses ever seen in the world beingklvenMot disfiguring skin crupMons arcdueBitters is h cleansing blood tonic Makcsyou cleareyed clearbrained The rail roads have granted a re reatRIchmond profanitybut itesingbidlmitre of ittfwk At tiny lrn l ftn Farm and Stock In Nicholas the Wm Soper farm of 50 acres at Masters sales ld j Mrs Soper at 3475 per acre Sstaart fiOIirien of Paris purchisd 850 bushels of bluegrass from Jos Elcndrick of Flemlngsburg at 82 cts per bushel J M Nevins sold to Jas Sharp ot Mercer 22 lambs weighing 2233 pounds an average of 1011 pounds alSJc l the dairy herd ofJ C Vanarsdah Li head of Jersey cows and hollers 311it Ifarrodsburg at an average o f3250 Fiftypound vratcrmellons arc sel tag at 5a each at San Antonia Texas Over two thousand carloads will bt shipped from that section this season The Versailles Sun says E Mul chay shipped to Cincinnati last wctl 735 lambs that were bought at 0 eta Kdwrfrds Hunna lost money on tht cattle they shipped to Tittsburg lea week that brought cts Miss Agnes Welch has sold her till to Jas Cafferey of New York foi 4000 It will be remembered that Louise S won the f1500 take ai Latonia this spring Midway clipper J B Haggin the mnltimillionair and racing horse magnate will dir pose of his 600 thoroughbreds and gel jut of the racing game He state that he will go to the dairy business estatesWhat is said to be tho smallest horse in existence was exhibited near Plain City Ohio recently It is the propertyof tha Kaher Justice pony farm It is a colt and weighs but 26 pounds and stands 21 inches high Its feet are about the sue of a dollar onrhand eJ A Hieatt of the Ron ton town agaand informed us that on the 7ih day of July ho topped an acre ot tobacco which he set on the 20th day of May Much of it ho said had budded for bloom This is the earliest tobacco to be topped we have heard of this season Mr Hieatt in conversation stated that some 30 years ago he and others set a field of tobacco on the 12th day of July they finished housing that same tobacco on the 12th of October and the crop was a good one Mt Olivet Advance The onion crop of 1008 in Southwest Texas netted the farmers of ttiat part of the State 100000 according rruceGroweFs As the business is a comparatively new thing in Southwestern Texas the growing of onions promises to enrich the farmer to a still greater extent A report has just been made public showing that 2850 cars of onions have been shipped to market For these the farmers received at the lowest 75 cents a crate As each car contains an average of 460 crates it represented a net return of 315 to the nettWithin two years the onion industry has more than doubled Asthma And Hay Fev r Will Vanish flyomoidsufferers from asthma and hay fever who dont know that Hyomei will sjivethem instant relief and if used regularly permanent cure wellnwhat Hyomei w do that ho guiran tees It to cure vHPrh hay fever and asthma Surely its worth a trial on that basis and why people continue to choke and wheeze and spit and hawk atthand is beyond the comprebension of human intelligence When you breathe Hyomei deep in to your lungs you breathe exactlY the same pleasant antiseptic sit that you would breathe in ahefo rseats of pine and eucalyptus L stand Doctoring and remedies never helped my hay fever till used Hyomei It mo relief nod has myendorsementIouis A Michf outfit is only f100 and extra bottles 50 cents A Hyomei outfit consists of a boltlp of Hyomei a hard rubberinhaler medi cine dropper and full instructions for use Just breathe it in ami gut liar mediate relief Sold by B L Middle ton augltu MIONACUres It relieves stomach misery sour stom ach belching and cures all stomach dis case ormonoy back Largo box of talc lets CO cents Druggists ui all towns Resumed Business Having been out of the painting and paper businrsa for about four rears have decided to 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 of Richmond end Madison county are familiar with my work such as paper hanging painting var nishing etc I shalUake great pleasue in making estimates on spy work you may desire in thi8Hnetno matter how small thejob Keep spendid line of wall paper from which to select Thanking you for past favors and earnestly soliciting a share of your future business I am Itegpecctfully r AVJJ Leeds I41 Second St tI Richmond Ky DoWhts Little Early Rigura tho pleasant sate sure easy little liver pills A salve youinay always dc pond upon In any C1se where you need salvo Is Uowltts Carbolized Witch Hazel Salveespecially good for Piles Sold by all druggists anglm Have you sees the free Sewing Machine at LuniMi k Higgins Take Kcdorat tetiines when you feel what ybukavt eaten is not di gesUDg Yodol digests what you eat so you can eat jsnftcieatly of any good wholesome you kill wt let K4 tll4 k sold by aU It i 1 IQ I GreatReduction t T EAs the season is growing late we have decided to make a clean sweep ofour stock of spring and summer goods and beginning io TWednesday JUNE 9thzr we willslash prices on everything ot This is a rare chance to buy lORY GOODS DRESS GOODS NOTIONS in fact everything to be found in a highclass establishment at cost and LESS THAN COST The reductions we will make in prices will startle the purchasing public and we cor dially invite you to call early and gt some of the best bargains ever offered in this section 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=c xx = == x===cx====x==== x == === NVVHITEMAIN RICHMOND KYi i K y i Orria e Works B M LACKEY Prop arriages Runabouts uggies Road Wagons Surreys Carts We handle the best brandson the market and sell them on an absolute guarantee of satisfaction Prices Always Lowest ForSale ANo1 carriage In good condition practically new for sale cheap Also a two scat trap which may likewise be bought at a bargain May be seen at Richmond Motor Plumbing Co- If A C Scanlan WOolton General Blacksmith Carriage and Buggy Painting Special Attention t- oRepairing Buggies Wagons and Farm Machinery We Put On The gst R i bber Tires Made Our Facilities For Fimclm Born hJ iDE Are Unsurpassed Shop at Ky Carriage Works Water Street WALL PAPER t We haveadded to our business a Hue of Wall Paper con sistingof the Latest and Most Up iToDate Patterns from 5ctsa bolt up We are practical in this line of work and will be pleased to have you call and get our prices Estimates furnished for any sort of interior decorations B Juett Son Phone 449 145 iTirst st It is always cheapest in the long run to get the best- We do the very b- estConcrete WorkGive us your order and you will be well pleased and thoro ly satisfied Re K Stone Phone 432 Farley March are now selling HATS AT YOUR OWN PRICE Come early and get big bargains GirlTheaelecttoGrad 1at cam Wt be made here Wehave a as sortB Mtof small Gold Jewelry Watches Chains Bracelets Lockets NecJclacesAll of tieyery best and of the charac tier that will give mutual pte sue to both the recipient aDdI the purchaser All specially priced for this occasion Ycmr exaaiiuato is respectfully solicited hfff L E Edclf it Ms a iIW 1lJt The Madison County Fair Fair Grounds RICHMOND KY WednesdayAug 3 tit 3 Liberal Premiums Fine Music FLORAL HALL PresidentTJ McKINNBY VPrcsldent ThursdayAug BC DOTY SURVEYOR Solicits the Patronage the Genera Public Prices Reasonable See him or write Union City Ky FridayAug DAYS David Dunn Secy New Method Teeth Ext without PAIN Dr Hobson Richmond Ky We have just received a ca- Poplar r Idad of Red Cedor Shingles and a car of Yellow Shingles Try MALTHOID to cover that tobacco barn ThcBest Roof Wads Rough and Dressed Lumber of a11 Kinds Doors Sash and j MiUworkZw ED BLANTON COMRA1 Telephone 425iNear L A Depot ro r + c + iitI I Contractors and Builders 1 JlI rWill furnish plans and complett guy of li home or l fthusiness house you may desire AIL WorktgUaralt e ed w be the best that skilled labor can e snake a specialty tof repair work of alt kinds IfsAlsoyou coatemplate buildiIlCJtwill be to your ady tage to se usr1Q Db SON tfro 1tw 1 t aurntp prinhJ ugsBrussels W1ItorVehrets and j 9x J22aninster Best isC isortmeievet brought to this Icity See them I foreyc pur chase tI BENNETT and HiGBiNS A Furniture and Undertaking elephones 73 Main Street L WHY AIT UNTIL THE VERY LAST MINUTEI ont procnslinate Dont be ttlish Take time by the forelock and GET IN YOUR COAL NOW We Deliver Quickly Telephone 110 Rex Red Ash Jellico We have tho exclusive sale A trial order will convince yon that outs is a little better than you have been getting elsewhere and possiblylessFull Weight or Coal Forfeited lRHLuxonOro I yeing and Cleaning Dye will no 5noll or atain Work guaranteed Bell Breck Phone 349 Naturalr3t Furniture Repaired Refinished up lOhtereJ Kwn mowers scissors saws ect sharpened Old fashioned Secondhand furniture bought and sold R A Barlow Irvine St Opposite jail j4lm Moved To rooms over Stanifer and SoperV formerly occupied by McGaughey B E Million 4t Dentist Lot For Sale The trustees of Caldwell High School will sell a lot on High street Thursday August 5th It is a desirable location See ad i For Rent fetore room on First St Suitable for any kind of business Applat tf A Dobrowsky Ewes For Sale Thave OOi good young ewes for Sale Will bell any number It E Henrys 2t I Lancaster Ky To tuild Church An earnest effort is being made by members of the aptidt charch at Val lev yiew to build a house of worship They are few in number and not over stocked with this worlds goods Con sequently they have decided to give tt bit basket dinner and allday service Sunday August Stii A number ol prominent members of the church wit be present and at eleven oclock Eld W D Powell the uoted minister 0 Louisville will preach All are maR cordially invitsd to attend the servicef Bring well filled basket aud don6 fai to come prepared to give substantia Essistance toward the effort to build t iiouse of worship 3t Strayed Or Stolen About ten days ago from Allens pat ture adioiuing J W Ballard one bav haniliran or Prpptftyyears 8 nd information to Dean Allen Berea 82341 You Hate To Take It Oft eiieoyou put on your fisftt e ring we ielyom So other trinkets In enr jewel ease will conaparV iflth it la beauty No lotber CM excel It la quality As wILhur Tiara to wIth all our jewelry JtsbMr1ity- ofilJKn and workmansklp Ja tefced wltk a reliability you will ppi CItI M time pravM Its ptn11 WHiTfiUlWSi 11 Around r+ IVon this week nextSundlY beheldElder I J Spencer of Lexington FIatwoodsChristianchurch The Regular Baptist church will hold Presbyterianchurch E H Burnam thequality ItslIuieQourin it For Rent Aniceseen room icsldence on j1tdenPOSsession Lucky Boys Danville Advocate It is currently reported that at the night fair in Lan caster Richmond carried off all the ties over Danville c Fine Ones Capt J M Allman brought us some of the finest tomatoes seen this season Two of them weighed three pounds Will Preach Sunday Climaxfromreturn to Richmond in time to fill his pulpit at regular hour next Sunday mo nlngtbe Stir Successful Fair Tbe Lancaster lair wes a success in every way Over four thousand paid Thursdayldaily concerts by Guo Michaels band appreciattdby Show Every Night Visitors to the great Richmond fair will have entertainment each evening- of the exhibition Manager Baxter of the opora house has booked one of the strongest attraction on the road re etoire company composed of good artists Further particulars later Good Shows This Week Manager Baxter has a good com pany at the Opera House this week The Howard Dorset Cois made np of good material andls pleasing the iig crowds There is a chango of bill each evening See small bills for list of plays Splendid Article In a recent issue of the Cincinnati- CommonitiTribune appeared a sple- riidartlclowrittenby Mr Green play foinvirly of this city upon The Nero In Dixie lalld1r Clay gives a t fine description of the situation Hn H a fine writer and isconlributing ar id sou various subjects to the lead tog daily papers and magazines MARRIED iiWoopBiKD- Mr John Wood and Miss Mony Bird enny of College Hill were mauled Thursday at the residence of Mr John Bush Rev B 0 neck olllciating The bride is amost charming young woman md adaughter of Mr Johu Deuny one il Madisons most popular citizens Died in Lexington Sites Lee Simmons of Kirksyille ige 79 years died at the Good Samari taD Hospitalln Lexington Friday of a complication of diseases The body gas brought to this city the funeral services beinz held Sunday afUr noon the burial taking place at Rich uioud Cemetery Miss Simmons was widely connected in Madison being a member of one ol its prominent fami lies Died After an illness of several weeks Mrs Same Miller died at the red deace ol Mr John Grecnleaf TliursdaT morsing Mrs Miller who was in her 85th year had been In decJiniiis health for some time but her remark able energy served to keep hec and stinaulate her She was there hot of JeiB Miller who was eof Ma Ions moet widelyknown eitizeas S tersl cbililreu were born but all preceded their mother to the grave Bho WM widely known baying spent liet IW bN Many of her latter years wiqe ppst tthIlHoI6LGlyn 1Q Stae iWiaed a lrp RlOG tdfprop fty in 1M city dWM one of the weaUhleet I dieejthe coanty She wa rQ8ai- JMT of the Prbyterian church Th fuHr l r1ICelllwer coaducted by Dr J A Smith at the raLdeaea Jit initILtilt4 Url ff Great CutPrice Sale of jiNOn Saturday June 19th we will begin a fifteen days cut price clearance sale of all spring and summer suits for CASH ONLYtoo large on account of backward spring weather and we realize that our loss will be less if the goods are sacrificed now than if carried Stocks are mtch These suits are brand newthe very latest stylesall fashionable shades over and colors as well as blacks and blues in sizes a Many are the famous Kenton Specials the finest suits made None reserved all go and models to fit every man For 2 ff About twentyfive Boys Long Pants Suits fine all wool material of great dur ability but old stock andoutof style Take them for 2a suit Cheaper than overalls H Dogs Knee uits Very unusual reduction on all Boys Knee Suits with straight pants as follows 600 500 for 3 rrut 400 350 l rOr 2 50 250 75lorI THE STORE FOR sII 00 00 2 00 II Call up C W Cobb at Red House Ky for Country Hams Country Bacon Coun tryLrdhjhid your 2462 Cattle Drowned Cy Baxter a prominent farmer lost two fine cattle last week by the animals rushing into the mouth of Muddy Cicck They were being driven and quite hot When they saw the backwater they broke away rushed in and were swept away Fete The ladies of the Catholic church will give a lawn fete at the Parson age Wednesday night Aug 11th The Richmond Military Band will furnish music and refreshments will be served A pleasant cvcningiis in sorc All cordially invited Ad- miSsiOn only 25 cents which includes refreshments Great Free Attractions The Madison County FaiCjAsscciaUon has secured the services of Muie Doro thy DeVonda who will make hn as ssusion in a large balloon at 1ieflt ir- grounds each dayHluriug the hair Mme DeVonda is a celebrated artist and has appeared in all the lending cities her work always proving satis factory Many other free atraotlona each day Capt Lusk Improving Capt Robt Lusk tfie L N con rtuelSr who was bpaten up by toughs n lila train last week is ili larifaOlI s improving AfUr his encounter mentioned in The Climax last issue anothergang ol negroei ram Winches icr jumped on himaud whoa react ing end of his run he was about sHin A few heivy workhomo eentenccs wIH checkthe conduct uf eucli rowdies Tickets for Kentucky Day Asjhero will bs such a crowd at the Lexingtonlair CentralKentucky Day August 10 The Climax has se cured a number of tickets to the grounds to bejsqldin Richtnond Tliisi will save yoa the trouble and annoy anca 6t pushing through the crowd at the ticket ollices in Xexineton The tickets will ba sold at the regalar price you will pay there no advance whatever srcp in The Climax office and get your fair ticketsDefore tarting alidsave trouble NotwilhstKnding the factthat the farmers are quite busy good crot I was in town Monday at county CQurt audtbushej was good for August ITdirmeis tell The Clfmax hat wheat harvest is about winding up and wh1elhe grain and stalk are larjena a rule there is Hula sabstauca iui Lithlate cold spells are givers as tho cause TIle corn crop is floe andby hard and 31lt work the weeds have been 4atl118Oagood There were fw sates bf stock there being not much demand tliis beiB5what mlghthe terintid Between j fetEr wita the farmers There wr e a Sittl politics talked bntltsmost too Nrl1f warm apiti this line i Capt WP Prewjtt auctioneer reported Wrbe Olimax man ail follows 2H1HIJ I t8 fii plOK hottwfSQtoil L t Utfr IJJtl t h 1tIr Mth 1 i1 t r I Official Dates For Ball Games Here Wednesday 4th with Paris Tuesday 10th ble header with Paris IWedns ay lltiwith Paris L iJ Meeting of Ladies A meeting of the ladies of the Catholic church viII be held at the pirionago Wednesday alternoon at four oclock Business of Jnlportance andall urged to be present Sunday School Convention Tim county Sunday School Con vuiition will held in this ci yatPresbyterian church next Saturday morning at ten oclock AH Sunday School in the county arc Invited Dinner for all Here for SafeKeeping Jim Whtc the negro who attacked a uineytarold girl at Muldlesliorp a11as spirited away to severn places before escaping a mob was brought to Richmond Sunday night ami placed in jail He Bad a very narrow escape fromffceling the halter draw Big Sale at Red House The Climax job oHlce has just turr od out an enormous number of largo bills advertising the big sale obe put on at that place by Mr C W Cobb tho wideawake merchant He quotes rare bargains and you had better visit Ihs sale It begins Sat Urday rind continues temp days Reduced Rates Tho rate of one fare plusi25 cents lot the round trip will apply from nIl points in Kentucky and from Cincin nati to Lexington during the week of the utile Gross Fair August 9 h to 14th Tins rae goes into effect Aug 8th and return tickets will he good to leave Lexington net later than midnight of August 10th Special trains will be run daily over every road entering Lexington arrIvin early enough iuthe morning and len ing late enough in tIre afternoon to lougtlayGnus Fair Great Blue Grass gair The BJue Grass Far opens at Lex ington tfqit Mousy and will be th best ever held in that hustling city Exhibitions ql tine horses cattle sheep and poultry together with rae ing of lobrises and automobiles Bak- eripa splendid program and the largest crowds ever seen in Lexington are looked for Monday first day will be given over to automobile rac ing with themos aoted drivers In a1isblue grass jeetlotf will tura ontla fullfprcd riMnwUlbEJ all kind of amusemealfeature fine maslc aad a Rood time gen rally Mwlisoa county will send over a Isrjfe deleri tloa The Li iii N rtllrowi Mas made a8p Qititr rite ltl2 lor rut1IHnrJl trs ilUtfl Ern Uttl m4tL iJ it t t i I 2250 2500 2000 Choice for isi 650Choice I 1250 now 950 1000 now 750 I About JOO suits as fine as we ever sold formerly priced atJO to 25 Nothing wrong but the style Choice for only 5 And some that are soiled and shop worn for 350 Cool Suits at 351r I v Fine quality wool crash coat and pants suits no vest nice cool summer suits offstyles but great bargains Former prices 8 to 15 Choice now for 350 The pants alone areworth more rII Lawn Aliceton Camp Meeting The Aliceton camp meeting begins Aug Oth and continues ten days Aliceton Is on the L N railroad midway between Junction City and Lebanon Rev J M Taylor of Knoxville will be the principal evangelist preseptEverybody Teachers Institute The Teachers Institute convened at the Caldwell High School Monday morning There were about 85 teach ers in attendance and the sessions will last the week Prof E C McDouglc this city is the con higbldclightedof the best conductors in the South his services as such are eagerly sought everywhere and the teachers of Madison are to be congratulated upon be ing fortIrnateonongh to secure him secretaryIswork and her promptness and aunt acy are being complimented Manyimatters of intresLand benefit teachers and schools will be discussed and the meeting promises to be very interesting and beneficial to nit con cerned Boys Foot Cut OfftSaturday morning as No 71 tho local freight Was switching at Paint Lick a crowd of boys were playing about the track jumping on and off tho cars Oife little fellow namrd Sebestian about 11 jumped from the caboose and stepped directly in front of a cut of cars moving on the side track lie ffa knocked to one side but his left leg full over the railmash ing it off just above the ankle Strange to say he scrambled up and climbed acrO8 the caboose beloro he couldbe aught and carried away Physicians were quickly on hand and the mangled limb auiontated The boy is the oulychild of a widow lady residing at Paint tick No t Iame can be attached to the trainmen as thfe cars weo were moving slowly and tbV child jump directly in front of them xt many places children persist in bandog onto moving care and Paint Li1and Richmond too are not ex ceptions and whr more arc not crippled or klled is hard to understand There is alaw against it and ifv en forced Would save life ntd limb to Hay nothing of the almoyaiica to time train Imon t Personals + io Mr Charles Htggins has returned from Chicago Miss Belle March is quite ill with malarial fever Miss Lillian Cobb has been visiting In Lancaster Luke D Shearer of NIcholasville was hero thiswect Miss Elva Reeves is visiting in PrlncetOD W Va Mrs Henry of Cincinnati is visit trig Mrs R L Olark Miss Cary Rica Ts spending a week at Crab orbard Springs Mr SeMlaa aid son Philip are guests at Olympian Mrs TkOs King SprnlsIaLirlYei is Mrsr Will Rlftgo and children are vi tic relatives in Winchester Mr A G r of Kansas City iMWHCtaftiB relatftollhercl lifItlhftt 14 tll 101 b j Il AIAlldrefit ijtit L ti Misses Caroline and Elizabeth Far ley attended the Lancaster fair last week Miss Willie Kennedy ofCovington is visiting her sister Mrs E T Bur nail Mr and Mrs Jonas Ruokor arc spending several weeks at Tatum Springs Mr and Mrs Kuhn of Milford O are visiting her mother Mrs Emil Lorisch Mrs Gus Sorries of Maysvillo is visiting Mr and MrtA G Suit on Glyndon Avc Mrs Grinsteacl of Versailles was a guest last week of her daughtur Mrs J W Bryant Mr Harland D Calhoun of Lox ington spent Sunday with frichda in this city Mrs Stanley Frost and mother Mrs Fairchild of Itarca have been guests hero Miss Julia Higgins has returned from a visit to Miss Annie Horndon n Lancaster 19odnGG Perry here Miss Lula Bressler has been visiting r sisters Misses Olantha and Nellie Bressler at Valley View Mr Elmer Dpatherago and family will gc to Crab Orchard Springs this week for an itideunite stay Mrs Joe Carr and son of Cincin nati are visiting her brother Mr Matt Hacker snd other relatives Mrs hattie Buchanon and d ugh ter Elath wore guests ot Mrs Dr Amon nt Lancaster last week Miss Blanche Van Devote of Stan ford is the uost of Mr and Mrs Dave Van Devote on Big Hill Ave Mrs and daughter Miss Dora will loavo Saturday for EstillSprings to spend a short lime Misses Annie May and Ella Walker have returned horn a visit to their aunt Mrs W O Ilignoyin Lancaster MfThos Arnold and gister Mrs SimmonS visited their sister MM Sam Johnson in Laucasterthd past week Dr Curtis Burnam wife and jittles- on of Baltimore arc spending ihl summer with Judge and Mrs AI Burnam is1es Prucilla and Leonora Harris idaughtersIn cennes Ind ire visiting relatives and friends here I I Mri Ella Fancy a party of young people to Lancaster Thurs day where an enjoyable day was spent at the fair Mrs Sam Millard and daughter and son left Monday for their homo In Bristrl Tenn after spending a week with her sister Mr8C L Tuggdrt f Mr and Mrs lames Layton of Cincinnati are spendirgji few daya wIth their daughter Mrs JoeBbggs JIm is as jolly as over and was given a warm welcome by his many friends t Miss Burnrm Taylor was a charmj lug hostess at a birthday party the past week Delightful refreshments were served td theaffair was avery enjoyable event to her many hinds Miss Carrie Allen Millard who has been visiting Mrs C hiraggart was guest of honor at a delightful al Irisco luncheon given at Lake Reba bja number ot the younger sot Mr aHl Mrs 1Ju1JIJtGrlggiWm I4Qr WW t r t- J l WlHa tc rla l lf Si 1150 they will enjoy a trip to Atlantic City Washington and other Eastern pointsDr G Chris Paris who is now lo cated in Colorado was here this week with his brother Burton He has many friends in Richmond who will bo glad to know that he is making good in his new home Misses Madge Uurnam Mary Bars rett Smith Hester Cpvington Eleanor Chenault Katherine White Mary D Pickles and Mesdames G W Pickles anti T IL Pickles have returned from a weeks stay at Mammoth Cave One of tho most charming events byMissof her guest Miss Margaret Rupard of Lexington About 20 couples wens present and the event was greatly enjoyed Jyall Miss Thorpe was assisted in entertaining by her sister Miss Sallie Miss Harriott Parrish entertained last Saturday morning with a chocolate pour in honor other guest Miss Kttth Hawes of Pawtuckett The house was profusely decorated in Summer Mowers and the guests in cluded quite a number of Miss Par rlShs schoolmates and friends Miss Bessie Tribble gave a most charming morning bridge the past week in u nor of her attractive guests Misses Claybrook of Maysville and Barhan of Dalas Texas There were fonrtables and after a most cnjoya biegame Miss Jane Stockton proved the fortunate winner An appetizing lunch was served after the games Stanford Journal Mrs R M Newland is visiting at Richmond MissMao Phelps of Richmond who has been withMrs IL C Hocker re tnrncl home yesterday Miss Cora Nimnelly very delightfully enter tamed a number of her friends at her Boys Suits Long Pants Ages 15 to 20 years Fine stylish suits all our newest at these bargain prIces y 1250 J500 for975 1000 750 IFoi5 m About Boys Long Pants Suits best material and workmanship sizes J6 to 20 years not the latest styles regular prices 10 to J5choice now for 5 Great for school or everyday wear COVINGTO BANKSQUALITY 2X GoufrDayr throughout Robartliudsou chaperoned iiIIL 4 The Schlegel Studio Portraits Views and Enlarging Special attention to Amatuer Work Call andsee us Respectfully McG ughey Moberley home near Peytons Well Wednesday evening in honor of her guest Miss Russell Stouffer of Richmond The following Richmond people were registered at Estill Springs last week Mrs W W Watts who is her young namesake from Dallas Texas Miss Mary Watts Knight Mr and Mrs Tom Pickles MissesMillion Mrs halo Dean Miss Hannah Dean Messrs Earlo Curtis Paul Uurnam Fletcher West W C Bennett J P Chenault Gco Pickels Mrs G G Corzcliua and Miss Msry D Pickcls Washington cor Courier Journal Mr Jerry Sullivan of Richmond spent a few days in Washington en route tq Atlantic City to pass several weeksAn interesting Kentuckian in Washington who with her husband has been spending sonic time at Congress Hall is Mrs Paul Porter formerly Miss Mattie Bronston Wyatt ofRichmond a kinswoman of Senator J B McCrcary Mrs Porter is one of the bright and attractive young women of Kentucky colony here She and her husband will return to Ken tucky at close of Congressto be back again when it convenes in December for fifty only chaperoning Made Em Scatter A gentleman from Paint Lick tells the Climax man the following for the truth which Le vouches A certain doctor residing not a thousand miles from that city was the posseseorof an aligator sent him by a friend in Ftorida Thealigator was noon the ret of tho boys round town and seemed to en joy its surroundings One day some fellow to have a little fun secured a number of snake eggs aud placed in the aligators bed Not knowing what they were the doctor and friends were greatly puzzled Ode day last week when the office was well filled with friends someone opened the box whon to the great surprise of all about half a dozer young snakeS ran out and be gun to crawl over the floor It is Impossible to descrlb the stampede following Aftera council ol war several of time bravest of the crowd banded together entered the moons and killed the shakes We refuse to give names and tales too but oar informant promised to bring nil necessary evi dence to prove the truthfulness ofthis report The interior of thu First Presbyter ian church is being decorated and 1 new carpet will be installed Tli lecture room has also been painted and refurnished Poirch and Lawn Purnlure THIS IS THE WEATHER WHEN YOU WILLp r APPRECIATE A COOLSEAT ON THE PORCH WE ARE OFFERING EXCEP T ION A L VALUES IN PORCH AND LAWN EURNIt iu J TUREr4cL y f r t 0 1ii 1 I 4 T1U1S1ANLa n d0 lIIR G I NSHOME FURNISHERS 4 Witare H dqtwfrtera fSewimf Machine Supplies for all Machines h etLJi ia r TJ I Dougasof their Shoes at the prices in this sale Our Salesmen ncperi encea Art Eittin Shoes Correctly Salesmen Experi Fitiing- oes Correctly w r T 1 0 GREAT f reserved I WEEP1OiSALELl s i HT8J3 ND MENS FURNISHING8 TT II L are 3111 in the of ur are all ced in the Art of w1 fL s Beginning Friday July 30th at 130 P1a- nd i continuing DAYS we will entire stock ltt following f Greatly Reduced Pricey for Cash Mens Fine Shoes 600 Stacy Adams Co cut to 4 79 300 Stacy Adams C To cut to 3 99 400 Swell Shod cut to 3 19 35O W L Douglas cut toH 2 79 OOWLDouglascutto1 2 49 25O W L Douglas cut to 1 99 200 Shoes cut to 1 59 AIL Boys Youths Misses and Childrens Shoes and Slippers at Cut Prices Mens Low Cut Shoes 550 Stacy Adams S Co Low Shoes r cut to 4 Adams Go Low to 3 79 400 Swell ShocVOLow Shoes cut to 2 99 3PO W L Douglas Low Shoes 2 59 300 W L Douglas Low Shoes 2 39 250 Meus Low Shoes cut to t 179 200 Mens Low Shoes cut to X 39 u i Hats cut to 24 29 500 Hats cut to 3 29 500 John B Hats cut to 39 400 John B Hats cut to 3 19 300 Hats cut to 2 T 250 Hats cut to i 1 99 200 Hats cut to v 1 49 150 Hats cut to ji 99 100 cut to + 79 c i r Bros cut to r r 1 100 Bros cut to I is f J750 cut to h H h All 15c cut to vv U 25c Cuffs cut to ii10c Ladies Fine Shoes 300 Drew cut to Y 2 49 250 Drew Selby cut to 7 199 400 to v 8 19 350 n ros cut toI 279 300 Brpscut to V 2 49 250 Bros cut to 199t 200 and 175 Shoes cut tb 159 150 cut to u 119 s 200 cut to i 150 cut to 1 t Vi Hi 1t 7p r 1tft q j J1 it r J f s 50c cut to T i and Toe e to r+ w r r X ttll cu to C r p L r s cut to V Y cut to J f led cut to I 1 1 i f 0 c fTi s IStacy Adams Shoes Shoe on at prices 0 offer 39- 500Stac3 cut LowShoes arid y 350 cut to 5i 300 cut to r 2 49 cut to u 200 cut tO U 1 5p 150 cut to The prices quoted are all the new and uptodate goods Our Special contain odd sizes many of which best styles in house with all goods in house that are of stylemany of which you can buy at 1 3the price Dont miss Bargain Counters Suit Gases Hand Bags and Umbrellas at Cut P ices Mens Hats 6600 Panama Panama Stetson Stetson Mens Shirts B150 Wilson 1jPt Wilson r19 Shirts iyvr39 Collars and qffs Lmenc t7 Collars Selby Zeigler Bruscut Zeigler Zeigler Zeigler Shoes Men Gloves Gloves r59 Gloves ClF lQO HorSehide cutJ M CalFSkin 4ir 39 Ik Meris JHSiel Lisle Socks SQ- Q25c Cotton Interwoven Heel Gepteci illocAGottoncut lOeCo p7 iZt CL MeJ1 Fancy Vests 350ests 250 Vests tl200 Vests 59 ri t iti See the famous the best- Nothing highgrade the market everything cut 15 our Shoes Ladies Slippers Low 79 Low 250 Low 19p Low Low 119 above on Bargain Counters the the together the the out 14 to original wholesale the Hats j9c tcf9cit 279 Shoes Shoes Shoes Shoes Shoes are Mens Neckwear 50c Ties cut to T v 3gc 2oc Pies cut to v Igc r t i aMen s Underwear 100 Garments cut to 5 i Tgc- JSOc Garments cut to 5 3ge 25c Garments cut to Igc i Men s Handkrchiefs ij 50c Silk Handkerchiefscut to 3gc d 25c Linen Handkerchiefs cut to Igc 10c Handkerchiefs cut to 7c Men s Suspenders 50c Suspenders cut to vh I 3gc 25c Suspenders cutfo10c3 f fc r c 7 THE KBPUTATION OF CHIS HOUSE FOR SQUARE DEALING AwD FAIR TRDATMENT xiS s3Fr GI fG1iAR A V 1E wc vERy ITEM wiliiE SoLD AS ADVl3RTISED le J SALE BEGINS= Fr I d ay J u I y 3 O t1 at 130 pm and ends SaturdaYtAugust 14th at 1030 p m I 1 tcnorder thatawe maY perfect our arrangements for this sale our store will he closed from Thursday noon July 29th until Friday afternoon at 130 This isopportunityaobpy first cla sagoodat ietWofiheap- whohavebalesever and inferior goods The object of this sale is to reduce stock and get money Come early and get the best selections Dontconfuse ilus sale itlr other i g month We only have one and sometimes two a year We have one time to begin and one time to close i 4i L i f You haves eq the Little Shows and the Side Shows and now comes the BIG SHOW HH This is what yotj have Been waifrigor Gome and see us and we will make you glad for having waited Dont Ask or Expect GoodsICharged at these Nothing Charged Ex fC cept at the Regular d r Price L I J l fi 2lt Vest Main Street Richmol1dt Kentucky i1rFe J 4 a uc o t r 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